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/* $Id: gxmatrix.h 8022 2007-06-05 22:23:38Z giles $ */
/* Internal matrix routines for Ghostscript library */
#ifndef gxmatrix_INCLUDED
# define gxmatrix_INCLUDED
#include "gsmatrix.h"
/* The following switch is for developmenty purpose only.
PRECISE_CURRENTPOINT 0 must not go to production due to no clamping. */
#define PRECISE_CURRENTPOINT 1 /* Old code compatible with dropped clamping = 0, new code = 1 */
/*
* Define a matrix with a cached fixed-point copy of the translation.
* This is only used by a few routines in gscoord.c; they are responsible
* for ensuring the validity of the cache. Note that the floating point
* tx/ty values may be too large to fit in a fixed values; txy_fixed_valid
* is false if this is the case, and true otherwise.
*/
struct gs_matrix_fixed_s {
_matrix_body;
fixed tx_fixed, ty_fixed;
bool txy_fixed_valid;
};
#ifndef gs_matrix_fixed_DEFINED
#define gs_matrix_fixed_DEFINED
typedef struct gs_matrix_fixed_s gs_matrix_fixed;
#endif
/* Make a gs_matrix_fixed from a gs_matrix. */
int gs_matrix_fixed_from_matrix(gs_matrix_fixed *, const gs_matrix *);
/* Coordinate transformations to fixed point. */
int gs_point_transform2fixed(const gs_matrix_fixed *, floatp, floatp,
gs_fixed_point *);
int gs_distance_transform2fixed(const gs_matrix_fixed *, floatp, floatp,
gs_fixed_point *);
#if PRECISE_CURRENTPOINT
int gs_point_transform2fixed_rounding(const gs_matrix_fixed * pmat,
floatp x, floatp y, gs_fixed_point * ppt);
#endif
/*
* Define the fixed-point coefficient structure for avoiding
* floating point in coordinate transformations.
* Currently this is used only by the Type 1 font interpreter.
* The setup is in gscoord.c.
*/
typedef struct {
long xx, xy, yx, yy;
int skewed;
int shift; /* see m_fixed */
int max_bits; /* max bits of coefficient */
fixed round; /* ditto */
} fixed_coeff;
/*
* Multiply a fixed point value by a coefficient. The coefficient has two
* parts: a value (long) and a shift factor (int), The result is (fixed *
* coef_value + round_value) >> (shift + _fixed_shift)) where the shift
* factor and the round value are picked from the fixed_coeff structure, and
* the coefficient value (from one of the coeff1 members) is passed
* explicitly. The last parameter specifies the number of bits available to
* prevent overflow for integer arithmetic. (This is a very custom
* routine.) The intermediate value may exceed the size of a long integer.
*/
fixed fixed_coeff_mult(fixed, long, const fixed_coeff *, int);
/*
* Multiply a fixed whose integer part usually does not exceed max_bits
* in magnitude by a coefficient from a fixed_coeff.
* We can use a faster algorithm if the fixed is an integer within
* a range that doesn't cause the multiplication to overflow an int.
*/
#define m_fixed(v, c, fc, maxb)\
(((v) + (fixed_1 << (maxb - 1))) &\
((-fixed_1 << maxb) | _fixed_fraction_v) ? /* out of range, or has fraction */\
fixed_coeff_mult((v), (fc).c, &(fc), maxb) : \
arith_rshift(fixed2int_var(v) * (fc).c + (fc).round, (fc).shift))
#endif /* gxmatrix_INCLUDED */