Commit abda40ed authored by Tor Lillqvist's avatar Tor Lillqvist Committed by Tor Lillqvist
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Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.

2002-04-04  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@iki.fi>

	* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.

	(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
	pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).

	(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
	same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
	was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
	handled correctly.

	(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
	(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
	colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
	depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
	occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
	there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
	restrict the size of palette used.)
	(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
	is set.
	(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
	and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
	static color.
parent b7333010
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
2002-04-04 Tor Lillqvist <tml@iki.fi>
* gdk/gdkrgb.c: Fix some bugs, and introduce a minor feature.
(gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack): New function, for 16-color (4 bits per
pixel) static visuals (fixes #858).
(gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack, gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack): Fix
same bugs in both functions: Odd start coordinate (partial byte)
was not handled correctly. Also a partial final byte was not
handled correctly.
(gdk_rgb_do_colormaps): Use G_N_ELEMENTS.
(gdk_rgb_create_info): For pseudocolor visuals, use the 2x2x2
colorcube only for depths 3 and 4. For static color, use it for
depths 3..7 like before. (Depth 5..7 pseudocolor probably never
occurs on X11. It doesn't normally occur on Win32 either, but
there is experimental code in gdkvisual-win32.c to let the user
restrict the size of palette used.)
(gdk_rgb_init): Set gdk_rgb_verbose if the GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB flag
is set.
(gdk_rgb_select_conv): Use gdk_rgb_convert_8 also for depths 5, 6
and 7 (see above). Use gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack for 4 bits per pixel
static color.
Tue Apr 2 11:10:13 2002 Jonathan Blandford <jrb@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtkliststore.c (gtk_list_store_set_sort_func): set the
sort_func correctly, 77030
......
......@@ -339,7 +339,7 @@ gdk_rgb_do_colormaps (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, gboolean force)
{ 3, 3, 3 },
{ 2, 2, 2 }
};
static const gint n_sizes = sizeof(sizes) / (3 * sizeof(gint));
static const gint n_sizes = G_N_ELEMENTS (sizes);
gint i;
/* Try the possible sizes. If the force parameter is set to TRUE
......@@ -611,10 +611,26 @@ gdk_rgb_create_info (GdkVisual *visual, GdkColormap *colormap)
image_info->cmap = colormap;
if ((image_info->visual->type == GDK_VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR ||
image_info->visual->type == GDK_VISUAL_STATIC_COLOR) &&
image_info->visual->depth < 8 &&
image_info->visual->depth >= 3)
/* We used to use the 2x2x2 color cube for pseudo-color with depths
* 5, 6, 7 as well but now only use it for depths (3 and) 4 in
* pseudo-color. The reason for this is that on Win32 we let the
* user restrict the color allocation for PSEUDO_COLOR visuals
* (i.e., 256-color mode) and we probably want to do the full
* gdk_rgb_do_colormaps() if we are doing that. (Though the color
* sharing code won't really be right.)
*
* (The actual usefulness of this user-requested restriction remains
* to be seen, but the code is there in gdkvisual-win32.c. The
* thought is that it might occasionally be useful to restrict the
* palette size in a GTK application in order to reduce color
* flashing.)
*/
if ((image_info->visual->type == GDK_VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR &&
image_info->visual->depth <= 4 &&
image_info->visual->depth >= 3) ||
(image_info->visual->type == GDK_VISUAL_STATIC_COLOR &&
image_info->visual->depth < 8 &&
image_info->visual->depth >= 3))
{
if (!image_info->cmap)
image_info->cmap = gdk_colormap_ref (gdk_colormap_get_system ());
......@@ -691,6 +707,9 @@ gdk_rgb_init (void)
{
static const gint byte_order[1] = { 1 };
if (_gdk_debug_flags & GDK_DEBUG_GDKRGB)
gdk_rgb_verbose = TRUE;
/* check endian sanity */
#if G_BYTE_ORDER == G_BIG_ENDIAN
if (((char *)byte_order)[0] == 1)
......@@ -2321,6 +2340,79 @@ gdk_rgb_convert_4 (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, GdkImage *image,
}
}
static void
gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, GdkImage *image,
gint x0, gint y0, gint width, gint height,
guchar *buf, int rowstride,
gint x_align, gint y_align,
GdkRgbCmap *cmap)
{
int x, y, ix;
gint bpl;
guchar *obuf, *obptr;
guchar *bptr, *bp2;
gint r, g, b;
const guchar *dmp;
gint dith;
guchar *colorcube_d = image_info->colorcube_d;
guchar pix0, pix1;
bptr = buf;
bpl = image->bpl;
obuf = ((guchar *)image->mem) + y0 * bpl + (x0 >> 1);
for (y = 0; y < height; y++)
{
dmp = DM[(y_align + y) & (DM_HEIGHT - 1)];
bp2 = bptr;
obptr = obuf;
x = 0;
if (x0 & 1)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
dith = (dmp[(x_align + x + 1) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) | 3;
ix = (((r + dith) & 0x100) >> 2) |
(((g + 258 - dith) & 0x100) >> 5) |
(((b + dith) & 0x100) >> 8);
pix1 = (colorcube_d[ix]);
*obptr = (*obptr & 0xF0) | pix1;
obptr++;
x++;
}
while (x < width)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
dith = (dmp[(x_align + x) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) | 3;
ix = (((r + dith) & 0x100) >> 2) |
(((g + 258 - dith) & 0x100) >> 5) |
(((b + dith) & 0x100) >> 8);
pix0 = (colorcube_d[ix]);
x++;
if (x == width)
pix1 = (*obptr & 0x0F);
else
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
dith = (dmp[(x_align + x + 1) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) | 3;
ix = (((r + dith) & 0x100) >> 2) |
(((g + 258 - dith) & 0x100) >> 5) |
(((b + dith) & 0x100) >> 8);
pix1 = (colorcube_d[ix]);
x++;
}
*obptr++ = (pix0 << 4) | pix1;
}
bptr += rowstride;
obuf += bpl;
}
}
/* This actually works for depths from 3 to 7 */
static void
gdk_rgb_convert_gray4 (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, GdkImage *image,
......@@ -2379,26 +2471,36 @@ gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, GdkImage *image,
{
bp2 = bptr;
obptr = obuf;
for (x = 0; x < width; x += 2)
x = 0;
if (x0 & 1)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
pix0 = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> shift;
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
pix1 = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> shift;
obptr[0] = (pix0 << 4) | pix1;
*obptr = (*obptr & 0xF0) | pix1;
obptr++;
x++;
}
if (width & 1)
while (x < width)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
pix0 = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> shift;
obptr[0] = (pix0 << 4);
x++;
if (x == width)
pix1 = (*obptr & 0x0F);
else
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
pix1 = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> shift;
x++;
}
*obptr++ = (pix0 << 4) | pix1;
}
bptr += rowstride;
obuf += bpl;
......@@ -2473,32 +2575,42 @@ gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack (GdkRgbInfo *image_info, GdkImage *image,
bp2 = bptr;
obptr = obuf;
dmp = DM[(y_align + y) & (DM_HEIGHT - 1)];
for (x = 0; x < width; x += 2)
x = 0;
if (x0 & 1)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
gray = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> 1;
gray += (dmp[(x_align + x) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) >> prec;
pix0 = (gray - (gray >> prec)) >> right;
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
gray = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> 1;
gray += (dmp[(x_align + x + 1) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) >> prec;
pix1 = (gray - (gray >> prec)) >> right;
obptr[0] = (pix0 << 4) | pix1;
*obptr = (*obptr & 0xF0) | pix1;
obptr++;
x++;
}
if (width & 1)
while (x < width)
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
gray = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> 1;
gray += (dmp[(x_align + x + 1) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) >> prec;
gray += (dmp[(x_align + x) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) >> prec;
pix0 = (gray - (gray >> prec)) >> right;
obptr[0] = (pix0 << 4);
x++;
if (x == width)
pix1 = (*obptr & 0x0F);
else
{
r = *bp2++;
g = *bp2++;
b = *bp2++;
gray = (g + ((b + r) >> 1)) >> 1;
gray += (dmp[(x_align + x + 1) & (DM_WIDTH - 1)] << 2) >> prec;
pix1 = (gray - (gray >> prec)) >> right;
x++;
}
*obptr++ = (pix0 << 4) | pix1;
}
bptr += rowstride;
obuf += bpl;
......@@ -2877,12 +2989,19 @@ gdk_rgb_select_conv (GdkRgbInfo *image_info)
conv = gdk_rgb_convert_truecolor_msb;
conv_d = gdk_rgb_convert_truecolor_msb_d;
}
else if (bpp == 8 && depth == 8 && (vtype == GDK_VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR
else if (bpp == 8 &&
depth <= 8 &&
(vtype == GDK_VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR
#ifdef ENABLE_GRAYSCALE
|| vtype == GDK_VISUAL_GRAYSCALE
|| vtype == GDK_VISUAL_GRAYSCALE
#endif
))
))
{
/* Mainly for Win32: use these conversion functions also for the
* explicitly (on user request) restricted palette versions of
* 256-color, i.e. depths 5, 6 and 7. On X11, such depths
* probably never occur.
*/
image_info->dith_default = TRUE;
conv = gdk_rgb_convert_8;
if (vtype != GDK_VISUAL_GRAYSCALE)
......@@ -2924,6 +3043,9 @@ gdk_rgb_select_conv (GdkRgbInfo *image_info)
conv = gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_pack;
conv_d = gdk_rgb_convert_gray4_d_pack;
}
else if (bpp == 4 && depth == 4 &&
vtype == GDK_VISUAL_STATIC_COLOR)
conv = gdk_rgb_convert_4_pack;
if (!conv)
{
......
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