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commit bf0b68013bc4c2ade559678555daba81620e2979
parent f8fb3d074f2ce6f1136c811c37f9347bb0b3765e
Author: Michael Savage <mikejsavage@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat May 27 15:19:56 +0300

Move stb stuff to libs/stb

Diffstat:
libs/imgui/imgui_draw.cc | 4++--
libs/stb.lua | 14++++++++++++++
libs/stb/stb_image.h | 7177+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
libs/stb/stb_image_write.h | 1092+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
libs/stb/stb_rect_pack.h | 635+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
libs/stb/stb_truetype.h | 4063+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
make.lua | 20+++++---------------
mod_btt.cc | 3++-
pp.cc | 3++-
stb_image.h | 7177-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
stb_image_write.h | 1092-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
stb_rect_pack.h | 635-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
stb_truetype.h | 4063-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
text_renderer.cc | 3++-
14 files changed, 12994 insertions(+), 12987 deletions(-)
diff --git a/libs/imgui/imgui_draw.cc b/libs/imgui/imgui_draw.cc @@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ namespace IMGUI_STB_NAMESPACE #define STBRP_STATIC #define STB_RECT_PACK_IMPLEMENTATION #endif -#include "stb_rect_pack.h" +#include "libs/stb/stb_rect_pack.h" #define STBTT_malloc(x,u) ((void)(u), ImGui::MemAlloc(x)) #define STBTT_free(x,u) ((void)(u), ImGui::MemFree(x)) @@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ namespace IMGUI_STB_NAMESPACE #else #define STBTT_DEF extern #endif -#include "stb_truetype.h" +#include "libs/stb/stb_truetype.h" #ifdef __GNUC__ #pragma GCC diagnostic pop diff --git a/libs/stb.lua b/libs/stb.lua @@ -0,0 +1,14 @@ +lib( "stb_image", { "libs/stb/stb_image" } ) +obj( "libs/stb/stb_image", "libs/stb/stb_image.h" ) +windows_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_image", "/DSTB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION -wd4244" ) +linux_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_image", "-DSTB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION -Wno-shadow" ) + +lib( "stb_image_write", { "libs/stb/stb_image_write" } ) +obj( "libs/stb/stb_image_write", "libs/stb/stb_image_write.h" ) +windows_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_image_write", "/DSTB_IMAGE_WRITE_IMPLEMENTATION" ) +linux_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_image_write", "-DSTB_IMAGE_WRITE_IMPLEMENTATION" ) + +lib( "stb_truetype", { "libs/stb/stb_truetype" } ) +obj( "libs/stb/stb_truetype", "libs/stb/stb_truetype.h" ) +windows_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_truetype", "-DSTB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION -DSTB_RECT_PACK_IMPLEMENTATION" ) +linux_obj_cxxflags( "libs/stb/stb_truetype", "-DSTB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION -DSTB_RECT_PACK_IMPLEMENTATION" ) diff --git a/libs/stb/stb_image.h b/libs/stb/stb_image.h @@ -0,0 +1,7177 @@ +/* stb_image - v2.15 - public domain image loader - http://nothings.org/stb_image.h + no warranty implied; use at your own risk + + Do this: + #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION + before you include this file in *one* C or C++ file to create the implementation. + + // i.e. it should look like this: + #include ... + #include ... + #include ... + #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION + #include "stb_image.h" + + You can #define STBI_ASSERT(x) before the #include to avoid using assert.h. + And #define STBI_MALLOC, STBI_REALLOC, and STBI_FREE to avoid using malloc,realloc,free + + + QUICK NOTES: + Primarily of interest to game developers and other people who can + avoid problematic images and only need the trivial interface + + JPEG baseline & progressive (12 bpc/arithmetic not supported, same as stock IJG lib) + PNG 1/2/4/8/16-bit-per-channel + + TGA (not sure what subset, if a subset) + BMP non-1bpp, non-RLE + PSD (composited view only, no extra channels, 8/16 bit-per-channel) + + GIF (*comp always reports as 4-channel) + HDR (radiance rgbE format) + PIC (Softimage PIC) + PNM (PPM and PGM binary only) + + Animated GIF still needs a proper API, but here's one way to do it: + http://gist.github.com/urraka/685d9a6340b26b830d49 + + - decode from memory or through FILE (define STBI_NO_STDIO to remove code) + - decode from arbitrary I/O callbacks + - SIMD acceleration on x86/x64 (SSE2) and ARM (NEON) + + Full documentation under "DOCUMENTATION" below. + + +LICENSE + + See end of file for license information. + +RECENT REVISION HISTORY: + + 2.15 (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4; all Imagenet JPGs; no runtime SSE detection on GCC + 2.14 (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs + 2.13 (2016-12-04) experimental 16-bit API, only for PNG so far; fixes + 2.12 (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes + 2.11 (2016-04-02) 16-bit PNGS; enable SSE2 in non-gcc x64 + RGB-format JPEG; remove white matting in PSD; + allocate large structures on the stack; + correct channel count for PNG & BMP + 2.10 (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09 + 2.09 (2016-01-16) 16-bit TGA; comments in PNM files; STBI_REALLOC_SIZED + 2.08 (2015-09-13) fix to 2.07 cleanup, reading RGB PSD as RGBA + 2.07 (2015-09-13) partial animated GIF support + limited 16-bit PSD support + minor bugs, code cleanup, and compiler warnings + + See end of file for full revision history. + + + ============================ Contributors ========================= + + Image formats Extensions, features + Sean Barrett (jpeg, png, bmp) Jetro Lauha (stbi_info) + Nicolas Schulz (hdr, psd) Martin "SpartanJ" Golini (stbi_info) + Jonathan Dummer (tga) James "moose2000" Brown (iPhone PNG) + Jean-Marc Lienher (gif) Ben "Disch" Wenger (io callbacks) + Tom Seddon (pic) Omar Cornut (1/2/4-bit PNG) + Thatcher Ulrich (psd) Nicolas Guillemot (vertical flip) + Ken Miller (pgm, ppm) Richard Mitton (16-bit PSD) + github:urraka (animated gif) Junggon Kim (PNM comments) + Daniel Gibson (16-bit TGA) + socks-the-fox (16-bit PNG) + Jeremy Sawicki (handle all ImageNet JPGs) + Optimizations & bugfixes + Fabian "ryg" Giesen + Arseny Kapoulkine + + Bug & warning fixes + Marc LeBlanc David Woo Guillaume George Martins Mozeiko + Christpher Lloyd Jerry Jansson Joseph Thomson Phil Jordan + Dave Moore Roy Eltham Hayaki Saito Nathan Reed + Won Chun Luke Graham Johan Duparc Nick Verigakis + the Horde3D community Thomas Ruf Ronny Chevalier Baldur Karlsson + Janez Zemva John Bartholomew Michal Cichon github:rlyeh + Jonathan Blow Ken Hamada Tero Hanninen github:romigrou + Laurent Gomila Cort Stratton Sergio Gonzalez github:svdijk + Aruelien Pocheville Thibault Reuille Cass Everitt github:snagar + Ryamond Barbiero Paul Du Bois Engin Manap github:Zelex + Michaelangel007@github Philipp Wiesemann Dale Weiler github:grim210 + Oriol Ferrer Mesia Josh Tobin Matthew Gregan github:sammyhw + Blazej Dariusz Roszkowski Gregory Mullen github:phprus + +*/ + +#ifndef STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H +#define STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H + +// DOCUMENTATION +// +// Limitations: +// - no 16-bit-per-channel PNG +// - no 12-bit-per-channel JPEG +// - no JPEGs with arithmetic coding +// - no 1-bit BMP +// - GIF always returns *comp=4 +// +// Basic usage (see HDR discussion below for HDR usage): +// int x,y,n; +// unsigned char *data = stbi_load(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0); +// // ... process data if not NULL ... +// // ... x = width, y = height, n = # 8-bit components per pixel ... +// // ... replace '0' with '1'..'4' to force that many components per pixel +// // ... but 'n' will always be the number that it would have been if you said 0 +// stbi_image_free(data) +// +// Standard parameters: +// int *x -- outputs image width in pixels +// int *y -- outputs image height in pixels +// int *channels_in_file -- outputs # of image components in image file +// int desired_channels -- if non-zero, # of image components requested in result +// +// The return value from an image loader is an 'unsigned char *' which points +// to the pixel data, or NULL on an allocation failure or if the image is +// corrupt or invalid. The pixel data consists of *y scanlines of *x pixels, +// with each pixel consisting of N interleaved 8-bit components; the first +// pixel pointed to is top-left-most in the image. There is no padding between +// image scanlines or between pixels, regardless of format. The number of +// components N is 'req_comp' if req_comp is non-zero, or *comp otherwise. +// If req_comp is non-zero, *comp has the number of components that _would_ +// have been output otherwise. E.g. if you set req_comp to 4, you will always +// get RGBA output, but you can check *comp to see if it's trivially opaque +// because e.g. there were only 3 channels in the source image. +// +// An output image with N components has the following components interleaved +// in this order in each pixel: +// +// N=#comp components +// 1 grey +// 2 grey, alpha +// 3 red, green, blue +// 4 red, green, blue, alpha +// +// If image loading fails for any reason, the return value will be NULL, +// and *x, *y, *comp will be unchanged. The function stbi_failure_reason() +// can be queried for an extremely brief, end-user unfriendly explanation +// of why the load failed. Define STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS to avoid +// compiling these strings at all, and STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG to get slightly +// more user-friendly ones. +// +// Paletted PNG, BMP, GIF, and PIC images are automatically depalettized. +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// Philosophy +// +// stb libraries are designed with the following priorities: +// +// 1. easy to use +// 2. easy to maintain +// 3. good performance +// +// Sometimes I let "good performance" creep up in priority over "easy to maintain", +// and for best performance I may provide less-easy-to-use APIs that give higher +// performance, in addition to the easy to use ones. Nevertheless, it's important +// to keep in mind that from the standpoint of you, a client of this library, +// all you care about is #1 and #3, and stb libraries DO NOT emphasize #3 above all. +// +// Some secondary priorities arise directly from the first two, some of which +// make more explicit reasons why performance can't be emphasized. +// +// - Portable ("ease of use") +// - Small source code footprint ("easy to maintain") +// - No dependencies ("ease of use") +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// I/O callbacks +// +// I/O callbacks allow you to read from arbitrary sources, like packaged +// files or some other source. Data read from callbacks are processed +// through a small internal buffer (currently 128 bytes) to try to reduce +// overhead. +// +// The three functions you must define are "read" (reads some bytes of data), +// "skip" (skips some bytes of data), "eof" (reports if the stream is at the end). +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// SIMD support +// +// The JPEG decoder will try to automatically use SIMD kernels on x86 when +// supported by the compiler. For ARM Neon support, you must explicitly +// request it. +// +// (The old do-it-yourself SIMD API is no longer supported in the current +// code.) +// +// On x86, SSE2 will automatically be used when available based on a run-time +// test; if not, the generic C versions are used as a fall-back. On ARM targets, +// the typical path is to have separate builds for NEON and non-NEON devices +// (at least this is true for iOS and Android). Therefore, the NEON support is +// toggled by a build flag: define STBI_NEON to get NEON loops. +// +// If for some reason you do not want to use any of SIMD code, or if +// you have issues compiling it, you can disable it entirely by +// defining STBI_NO_SIMD. +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// HDR image support (disable by defining STBI_NO_HDR) +// +// stb_image now supports loading HDR images in general, and currently +// the Radiance .HDR file format, although the support is provided +// generically. You can still load any file through the existing interface; +// if you attempt to load an HDR file, it will be automatically remapped to +// LDR, assuming gamma 2.2 and an arbitrary scale factor defaulting to 1; +// both of these constants can be reconfigured through this interface: +// +// stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(2.2f); +// stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(1.0f); +// +// (note, do not use _inverse_ constants; stbi_image will invert them +// appropriately). +// +// Additionally, there is a new, parallel interface for loading files as +// (linear) floats to preserve the full dynamic range: +// +// float *data = stbi_loadf(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0); +// +// If you load LDR images through this interface, those images will +// be promoted to floating point values, run through the inverse of +// constants corresponding to the above: +// +// stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(1.0f); +// stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(2.2f); +// +// Finally, given a filename (or an open file or memory block--see header +// file for details) containing image data, you can query for the "most +// appropriate" interface to use (that is, whether the image is HDR or +// not), using: +// +// stbi_is_hdr(char *filename); +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// iPhone PNG support: +// +// By default we convert iphone-formatted PNGs back to RGB, even though +// they are internally encoded differently. You can disable this conversion +// by by calling stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(0), in which case +// you will always just get the native iphone "format" through (which +// is BGR stored in RGB). +// +// Call stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(1) as well to force a divide per +// pixel to remove any premultiplied alpha *only* if the image file explicitly +// says there's premultiplied data (currently only happens in iPhone images, +// and only if iPhone convert-to-rgb processing is on). +// +// =========================================================================== +// +// ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATION +// +// - You can suppress implementation of any of the decoders to reduce +// your code footprint by #defining one or more of the following +// symbols before creating the implementation. +// +// STBI_NO_JPEG +// STBI_NO_PNG +// STBI_NO_BMP +// STBI_NO_PSD +// STBI_NO_TGA +// STBI_NO_GIF +// STBI_NO_HDR +// STBI_NO_PIC +// STBI_NO_PNM (.ppm and .pgm) +// +// - You can request *only* certain decoders and suppress all other ones +// (this will be more forward-compatible, as addition of new decoders +// doesn't require you to disable them explicitly): +// +// STBI_ONLY_JPEG +// STBI_ONLY_PNG +// STBI_ONLY_BMP +// STBI_ONLY_PSD +// STBI_ONLY_TGA +// STBI_ONLY_GIF +// STBI_ONLY_HDR +// STBI_ONLY_PIC +// STBI_ONLY_PNM (.ppm and .pgm) +// +// - If you use STBI_NO_PNG (or _ONLY_ without PNG), and you still +// want the zlib decoder to be available, #define STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB +// + + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +#include <stdio.h> +#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO + +#define STBI_VERSION 1 + +enum +{ + STBI_default = 0, // only used for req_comp + + STBI_grey = 1, + STBI_grey_alpha = 2, + STBI_rgb = 3, + STBI_rgb_alpha = 4 +}; + +typedef unsigned char stbi_uc; +typedef unsigned short stbi_us; + +#ifdef __cplusplus +extern "C" { +#endif + +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_STATIC +#define STBIDEF static +#else +#define STBIDEF extern +#endif + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// PRIMARY API - works on images of any type +// + +// +// load image by filename, open file, or memory buffer +// + +typedef struct +{ + int (*read) (void *user,char *data,int size); // fill 'data' with 'size' bytes. return number of bytes actually read + void (*skip) (void *user,int n); // skip the next 'n' bytes, or 'unget' the last -n bytes if negative + int (*eof) (void *user); // returns nonzero if we are at end of file/data +} stbi_io_callbacks; + +//////////////////////////////////// +// +// 8-bits-per-channel interface +// + +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len , int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk , void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); +// for stbi_load_from_file, file pointer is left pointing immediately after image +#endif + +//////////////////////////////////// +// +// 16-bits-per-channel interface +// + +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); +#endif +// @TODO the other variants + +//////////////////////////////////// +// +// float-per-channel interface +// +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR + STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); + STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); + STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks (stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); + + #ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO + STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels); + #endif +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + STBIDEF void stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma); + STBIDEF void stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale); +#endif // STBI_NO_HDR + +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR + STBIDEF void stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma); + STBIDEF void stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale); +#endif // STBI_NO_LINEAR + +// stbi_is_hdr is always defined, but always returns false if STBI_NO_HDR +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user); +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len); +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr (char const *filename); +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f); +#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO + + +// get a VERY brief reason for failure +// NOT THREADSAFE +STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason (void); + +// free the loaded image -- this is just free() +STBIDEF void stbi_image_free (void *retval_from_stbi_load); + +// get image dimensions & components without fully decoding +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp); + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF int stbi_info (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_file (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp); + +#endif + + + +// for image formats that explicitly notate that they have premultiplied alpha, +// we just return the colors as stored in the file. set this flag to force +// unpremultiplication. results are undefined if the unpremultiply overflow. +STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply); + +// indicate whether we should process iphone images back to canonical format, +// or just pass them through "as-is" +STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert); + +// flip the image vertically, so the first pixel in the output array is the bottom left +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip); + +// ZLIB client - used by PNG, available for other purposes + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen); +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header); +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen); +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen); + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen); +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen); + + +#ifdef __cplusplus +} +#endif + +// +// +//// end header file ///////////////////////////////////////////////////// +#endif // STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H + +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION + +#if defined(STBI_ONLY_JPEG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_BMP) \ + || defined(STBI_ONLY_TGA) || defined(STBI_ONLY_GIF) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PSD) \ + || defined(STBI_ONLY_HDR) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PIC) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNM) \ + || defined(STBI_ONLY_ZLIB) + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_JPEG + #define STBI_NO_JPEG + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNG + #define STBI_NO_PNG + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_BMP + #define STBI_NO_BMP + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PSD + #define STBI_NO_PSD + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_TGA + #define STBI_NO_TGA + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_GIF + #define STBI_NO_GIF + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_HDR + #define STBI_NO_HDR + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PIC + #define STBI_NO_PIC + #endif + #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNM + #define STBI_NO_PNM + #endif +#endif + +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && !defined(STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB) && !defined(STBI_NO_ZLIB) +#define STBI_NO_ZLIB +#endif + + +#include <stdarg.h> +#include <stddef.h> // ptrdiff_t on osx +#include <stdlib.h> +#include <string.h> +#include <limits.h> + +#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR) +#include <math.h> // ldexp +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +#include <stdio.h> +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_ASSERT +#include <assert.h> +#define STBI_ASSERT(x) assert(x) +#endif + + +#ifndef _MSC_VER + #ifdef __cplusplus + #define stbi_inline inline + #else + #define stbi_inline + #endif +#else + #define stbi_inline __forceinline +#endif + + +#ifdef _MSC_VER +typedef unsigned short stbi__uint16; +typedef signed short stbi__int16; +typedef unsigned int stbi__uint32; +typedef signed int stbi__int32; +#else +#include <stdint.h> +typedef uint16_t stbi__uint16; +typedef int16_t stbi__int16; +typedef uint32_t stbi__uint32; +typedef int32_t stbi__int32; +#endif + +// should produce compiler error if size is wrong +typedef unsigned char validate_uint32[sizeof(stbi__uint32)==4 ? 1 : -1]; + +#ifdef _MSC_VER +#define STBI_NOTUSED(v) (void)(v) +#else +#define STBI_NOTUSED(v) (void)sizeof(v) +#endif + +#ifdef _MSC_VER +#define STBI_HAS_LROTL +#endif + +#ifdef STBI_HAS_LROTL + #define stbi_lrot(x,y) _lrotl(x,y) +#else + #define stbi_lrot(x,y) (((x) << (y)) | ((x) >> (32 - (y)))) +#endif + +#if defined(STBI_MALLOC) && defined(STBI_FREE) && (defined(STBI_REALLOC) || defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)) +// ok +#elif !defined(STBI_MALLOC) && !defined(STBI_FREE) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED) +// ok +#else +#error "Must define all or none of STBI_MALLOC, STBI_FREE, and STBI_REALLOC (or STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)." +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_MALLOC +#define STBI_MALLOC(sz) malloc(sz) +#define STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz) realloc(p,newsz) +#define STBI_FREE(p) free(p) +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_REALLOC_SIZED +#define STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(p,oldsz,newsz) STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz) +#endif + +// x86/x64 detection +#if defined(__x86_64__) || defined(_M_X64) +#define STBI__X64_TARGET +#elif defined(__i386) || defined(_M_IX86) +#define STBI__X86_TARGET +#endif + +#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(__SSE2__) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) +// gcc doesn't support sse2 intrinsics unless you compile with -msse2, +// which in turn means it gets to use SSE2 everywhere. This is unfortunate, +// but previous attempts to provide the SSE2 functions with runtime +// detection caused numerous issues. The way architecture extensions are +// exposed in GCC/Clang is, sadly, not really suited for one-file libs. +// New behavior: if compiled with -msse2, we use SSE2 without any +// detection; if not, we don't use it at all. +#define STBI_NO_SIMD +#endif + +#if defined(__MINGW32__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) +// Note that __MINGW32__ doesn't actually mean 32-bit, so we have to avoid STBI__X64_TARGET +// +// 32-bit MinGW wants ESP to be 16-byte aligned, but this is not in the +// Windows ABI and VC++ as well as Windows DLLs don't maintain that invariant. +// As a result, enabling SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW is dangerous when not +// simultaneously enabling "-mstackrealign". +// +// See https://github.com/nothings/stb/issues/81 for more information. +// +// So default to no SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW. If you've read this far and added +// -mstackrealign to your build settings, feel free to #define STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2. +#define STBI_NO_SIMD +#endif + +#if !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && (defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) || defined(STBI__X64_TARGET)) +#define STBI_SSE2 +#include <emmintrin.h> + +#ifdef _MSC_VER + +#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // not VC6 +#include <intrin.h> // __cpuid +static int stbi__cpuid3(void) +{ + int info[4]; + __cpuid(info,1); + return info[3]; +} +#else +static int stbi__cpuid3(void) +{ + int res; + __asm { + mov eax,1 + cpuid + mov res,edx + } + return res; +} +#endif + +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) __declspec(align(16)) type name + +static int stbi__sse2_available() +{ + int info3 = stbi__cpuid3(); + return ((info3 >> 26) & 1) != 0; +} +#else // assume GCC-style if not VC++ +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16))) + +static int stbi__sse2_available() +{ + // If we're even attempting to compile this on GCC/Clang, that means + // -msse2 is on, which means the compiler is allowed to use SSE2 + // instructions at will, and so are we. + return 1; +} +#endif +#endif + +// ARM NEON +#if defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && defined(STBI_NEON) +#undef STBI_NEON +#endif + +#ifdef STBI_NEON +#include <arm_neon.h> +// assume GCC or Clang on ARM targets +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16))) +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_SIMD_ALIGN +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name +#endif + +/////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// stbi__context struct and start_xxx functions + +// stbi__context structure is our basic context used by all images, so it +// contains all the IO context, plus some basic image information +typedef struct +{ + stbi__uint32 img_x, img_y; + int img_n, img_out_n; + + stbi_io_callbacks io; + void *io_user_data; + + int read_from_callbacks; + int buflen; + stbi_uc buffer_start[128]; + + stbi_uc *img_buffer, *img_buffer_end; + stbi_uc *img_buffer_original, *img_buffer_original_end; +} stbi__context; + + +static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s); + +// initialize a memory-decode context +static void stbi__start_mem(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc const *buffer, int len) +{ + s->io.read = NULL; + s->read_from_callbacks = 0; + s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original = (stbi_uc *) buffer; + s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len; +} + +// initialize a callback-based context +static void stbi__start_callbacks(stbi__context *s, stbi_io_callbacks *c, void *user) +{ + s->io = *c; + s->io_user_data = user; + s->buflen = sizeof(s->buffer_start); + s->read_from_callbacks = 1; + s->img_buffer_original = s->buffer_start; + stbi__refill_buffer(s); + s->img_buffer_original_end = s->img_buffer_end; +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO + +static int stbi__stdio_read(void *user, char *data, int size) +{ + return (int) fread(data,1,size,(FILE*) user); +} + +static void stbi__stdio_skip(void *user, int n) +{ + fseek((FILE*) user, n, SEEK_CUR); +} + +static int stbi__stdio_eof(void *user) +{ + return feof((FILE*) user); +} + +static stbi_io_callbacks stbi__stdio_callbacks = +{ + stbi__stdio_read, + stbi__stdio_skip, + stbi__stdio_eof, +}; + +static void stbi__start_file(stbi__context *s, FILE *f) +{ + stbi__start_callbacks(s, &stbi__stdio_callbacks, (void *) f); +} + +//static void stop_file(stbi__context *s) { } + +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO + +static void stbi__rewind(stbi__context *s) +{ + // conceptually rewind SHOULD rewind to the beginning of the stream, + // but we just rewind to the beginning of the initial buffer, because + // we only use it after doing 'test', which only ever looks at at most 92 bytes + s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original; + s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end; +} + +enum +{ + STBI_ORDER_RGB, + STBI_ORDER_BGR +}; + +typedef struct +{ + int bits_per_channel; + int num_channels; + int channel_order; +} stbi__result_info; + +#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG +static int stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG +static int stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP +static int stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA +static int stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD +static int stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc); +static int stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR +static int stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context *s); +static float *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC +static int stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF +static int stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM +static int stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s); +static void *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri); +static int stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp); +#endif + +// this is not threadsafe +static const char *stbi__g_failure_reason; + +STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason(void) +{ + return stbi__g_failure_reason; +} + +static int stbi__err(const char *str) +{ + stbi__g_failure_reason = str; + return 0; +} + +static void *stbi__malloc(size_t size) +{ + return STBI_MALLOC(size); +} + +// stb_image uses ints pervasively, including for offset calculations. +// therefore the largest decoded image size we can support with the +// current code, even on 64-bit targets, is INT_MAX. this is not a +// significant limitation for the intended use case. +// +// we do, however, need to make sure our size calculations don't +// overflow. hence a few helper functions for size calculations that +// multiply integers together, making sure that they're non-negative +// and no overflow occurs. + +// return 1 if the sum is valid, 0 on overflow. +// negative terms are considered invalid. +static int stbi__addsizes_valid(int a, int b) +{ + if (b < 0) return 0; + // now 0 <= b <= INT_MAX, hence also + // 0 <= INT_MAX - b <= INTMAX. + // And "a + b <= INT_MAX" (which might overflow) is the + // same as a <= INT_MAX - b (no overflow) + return a <= INT_MAX - b; +} + +// returns 1 if the product is valid, 0 on overflow. +// negative factors are considered invalid. +static int stbi__mul2sizes_valid(int a, int b) +{ + if (a < 0 || b < 0) return 0; + if (b == 0) return 1; // mul-by-0 is always safe + // portable way to check for no overflows in a*b + return a <= INT_MAX/b; +} + +// returns 1 if "a*b + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow +static int stbi__mad2sizes_valid(int a, int b, int add) +{ + return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b, add); +} + +// returns 1 if "a*b*c + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow +static int stbi__mad3sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int add) +{ + return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) && + stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c, add); +} + +// returns 1 if "a*b*c*d + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow +static int stbi__mad4sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add) +{ + return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) && + stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b*c, d) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c*d, add); +} + +// mallocs with size overflow checking +static void *stbi__malloc_mad2(int a, int b, int add) +{ + if (!stbi__mad2sizes_valid(a, b, add)) return NULL; + return stbi__malloc(a*b + add); +} + +static void *stbi__malloc_mad3(int a, int b, int c, int add) +{ + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(a, b, c, add)) return NULL; + return stbi__malloc(a*b*c + add); +} + +static void *stbi__malloc_mad4(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add) +{ + if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(a, b, c, d, add)) return NULL; + return stbi__malloc(a*b*c*d + add); +} + +// stbi__err - error +// stbi__errpf - error returning pointer to float +// stbi__errpuc - error returning pointer to unsigned char + +#ifdef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS + #define stbi__err(x,y) 0 +#elif defined(STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG) + #define stbi__err(x,y) stbi__err(y) +#else + #define stbi__err(x,y) stbi__err(x) +#endif + +#define stbi__errpf(x,y) ((float *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL)) +#define stbi__errpuc(x,y) ((unsigned char *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL)) + +STBIDEF void stbi_image_free(void *retval_from_stbi_load) +{ + STBI_FREE(retval_from_stbi_load); +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR +static float *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp); +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR +static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float *data, int x, int y, int comp); +#endif + +static int stbi__vertically_flip_on_load = 0; + +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip) +{ + stbi__vertically_flip_on_load = flag_true_if_should_flip; +} + +static void *stbi__load_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc) +{ + memset(ri, 0, sizeof(*ri)); // make sure it's initialized if we add new fields + ri->bits_per_channel = 8; // default is 8 so most paths don't have to be changed + ri->channel_order = STBI_ORDER_RGB; // all current input & output are this, but this is here so we can add BGR order + ri->num_channels = 0; + + #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG + if (stbi__jpeg_test(s)) return stbi__jpeg_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG + if (stbi__png_test(s)) return stbi__png_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP + if (stbi__bmp_test(s)) return stbi__bmp_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF + if (stbi__gif_test(s)) return stbi__gif_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD + if (stbi__psd_test(s)) return stbi__psd_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri, bpc); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC + if (stbi__pic_test(s)) return stbi__pic_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM + if (stbi__pnm_test(s)) return stbi__pnm_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) { + float *hdr = stbi__hdr_load(s, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + return stbi__hdr_to_ldr(hdr, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp); + } + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA + // test tga last because it's a crappy test! + if (stbi__tga_test(s)) + return stbi__tga_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); + #endif + + return stbi__errpuc("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt"); +} + +static stbi_uc *stbi__convert_16_to_8(stbi__uint16 *orig, int w, int h, int channels) +{ + int i; + int img_len = w * h * channels; + stbi_uc *reduced; + + reduced = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(img_len); + if (reduced == NULL) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i) + reduced[i] = (stbi_uc)((orig[i] >> 8) & 0xFF); // top half of each byte is sufficient approx of 16->8 bit scaling + + STBI_FREE(orig); + return reduced; +} + +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_8_to_16(stbi_uc *orig, int w, int h, int channels) +{ + int i; + int img_len = w * h * channels; + stbi__uint16 *enlarged; + + enlarged = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(img_len*2); + if (enlarged == NULL) return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i) + enlarged[i] = (stbi__uint16)((orig[i] << 8) + orig[i]); // replicate to high and low byte, maps 0->0, 255->0xffff + + STBI_FREE(orig); + return enlarged; +} + +static unsigned char *stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__result_info ri; + void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 8); + + if (result == NULL) + return NULL; + + if (ri.bits_per_channel != 8) { + STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 16); + result = stbi__convert_16_to_8((stbi__uint16 *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp); + ri.bits_per_channel = 8; + } + + // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format to here + + if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) { + int w = *x, h = *y; + int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp; + int row,col,z; + stbi_uc *image = (stbi_uc *) result; + + // @OPTIMIZE: use a bigger temp buffer and memcpy multiple pixels at once + for (row = 0; row < (h>>1); row++) { + for (col = 0; col < w; col++) { + for (z = 0; z < channels; z++) { + stbi_uc temp = image[(row * w + col) * channels + z]; + image[(row * w + col) * channels + z] = image[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * channels + z]; + image[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * channels + z] = temp; + } + } + } + } + + return (unsigned char *) result; +} + +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__result_info ri; + void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 16); + + if (result == NULL) + return NULL; + + if (ri.bits_per_channel != 16) { + STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 8); + result = stbi__convert_8_to_16((stbi_uc *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp); + ri.bits_per_channel = 16; + } + + // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format16 to here + // @TODO: special case RGB-to-Y (and RGBA-to-YA) for 8-bit-to-16-bit case to keep more precision + + if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) { + int w = *x, h = *y; + int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp; + int row,col,z; + stbi__uint16 *image = (stbi__uint16 *) result; + + // @OPTIMIZE: use a bigger temp buffer and memcpy multiple pixels at once + for (row = 0; row < (h>>1); row++) { + for (col = 0; col < w; col++) { + for (z = 0; z < channels; z++) { + stbi__uint16 temp = image[(row * w + col) * channels + z]; + image[(row * w + col) * channels + z] = image[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * channels + z]; + image[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * channels + z] = temp; + } + } + } + } + + return (stbi__uint16 *) result; +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR +static void stbi__float_postprocess(float *result, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load && result != NULL) { + int w = *x, h = *y; + int depth = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp; + int row,col,z; + float temp; + + // @OPTIMIZE: use a bigger temp buffer and memcpy multiple pixels at once + for (row = 0; row < (h>>1); row++) { + for (col = 0; col < w; col++) { + for (z = 0; z < depth; z++) { + temp = result[(row * w + col) * depth + z]; + result[(row * w + col) * depth + z] = result[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * depth + z]; + result[((h - row - 1) * w + col) * depth + z] = temp; + } + } + } + } +} +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO + +static FILE *stbi__fopen(char const *filename, char const *mode) +{ + FILE *f; +#if defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1400 + if (0 != fopen_s(&f, filename, mode)) + f=0; +#else + f = fopen(filename, mode); +#endif + return f; +} + + +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb"); + unsigned char *result; + if (!f) return stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file"); + result = stbi_load_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp); + fclose(f); + return result; +} + +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + unsigned char *result; + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_file(&s,f); + result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); + if (result) { + // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer + fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR); + } + return result; +} + +STBIDEF stbi__uint16 *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__uint16 *result; + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_file(&s,f); + result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); + if (result) { + // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer + fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR); + } + return result; +} + +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb"); + stbi__uint16 *result; + if (!f) return (stbi_us *) stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file"); + result = stbi_load_from_file_16(f,x,y,comp,req_comp); + fclose(f); + return result; +} + + +#endif //!STBI_NO_STDIO + +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len); + return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); +} + +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user); + return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR +static float *stbi__loadf_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + unsigned char *data; + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) { + stbi__result_info ri; + float *hdr_data = stbi__hdr_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, &ri); + if (hdr_data) + stbi__float_postprocess(hdr_data,x,y,comp,req_comp); + return hdr_data; + } + #endif + data = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(s, x, y, comp, req_comp); + if (data) + return stbi__ldr_to_hdr(data, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp); + return stbi__errpf("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt"); +} + +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len); + return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); +} + +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user); + return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + float *result; + FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb"); + if (!f) return stbi__errpf("can't fopen", "Unable to open file"); + result = stbi_loadf_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp); + fclose(f); + return result; +} + +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_file(&s,f); + return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp); +} +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO + +#endif // !STBI_NO_LINEAR + +// these is-hdr-or-not is defined independent of whether STBI_NO_LINEAR is +// defined, for API simplicity; if STBI_NO_LINEAR is defined, it always +// reports false! + +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len) +{ + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len); + return stbi__hdr_test(&s); + #else + STBI_NOTUSED(buffer); + STBI_NOTUSED(len); + return 0; + #endif +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr (char const *filename) +{ + FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb"); + int result=0; + if (f) { + result = stbi_is_hdr_from_file(f); + fclose(f); + } + return result; +} + +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f) +{ + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_file(&s,f); + return stbi__hdr_test(&s); + #else + STBI_NOTUSED(f); + return 0; + #endif +} +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO + +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user) +{ + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user); + return stbi__hdr_test(&s); + #else + STBI_NOTUSED(clbk); + STBI_NOTUSED(user); + return 0; + #endif +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR +static float stbi__l2h_gamma=2.2f, stbi__l2h_scale=1.0f; + +STBIDEF void stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__l2h_gamma = gamma; } +STBIDEF void stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale) { stbi__l2h_scale = scale; } +#endif + +static float stbi__h2l_gamma_i=1.0f/2.2f, stbi__h2l_scale_i=1.0f; + +STBIDEF void stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__h2l_gamma_i = 1/gamma; } +STBIDEF void stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale) { stbi__h2l_scale_i = 1/scale; } + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// Common code used by all image loaders +// + +enum +{ + STBI__SCAN_load=0, + STBI__SCAN_type, + STBI__SCAN_header +}; + +static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s) +{ + int n = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data,(char*)s->buffer_start,s->buflen); + if (n == 0) { + // at end of file, treat same as if from memory, but need to handle case + // where s->img_buffer isn't pointing to safe memory, e.g. 0-byte file + s->read_from_callbacks = 0; + s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start; + s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start+1; + *s->img_buffer = 0; + } else { + s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start; + s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start + n; + } +} + +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__get8(stbi__context *s) +{ + if (s->img_buffer < s->img_buffer_end) + return *s->img_buffer++; + if (s->read_from_callbacks) { + stbi__refill_buffer(s); + return *s->img_buffer++; + } + return 0; +} + +stbi_inline static int stbi__at_eof(stbi__context *s) +{ + if (s->io.read) { + if (!(s->io.eof)(s->io_user_data)) return 0; + // if feof() is true, check if buffer = end + // special case: we've only got the special 0 character at the end + if (s->read_from_callbacks == 0) return 1; + } + + return s->img_buffer >= s->img_buffer_end; +} + +static void stbi__skip(stbi__context *s, int n) +{ + if (n < 0) { + s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end; + return; + } + if (s->io.read) { + int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer); + if (blen < n) { + s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end; + (s->io.skip)(s->io_user_data, n - blen); + return; + } + } + s->img_buffer += n; +} + +static int stbi__getn(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *buffer, int n) +{ + if (s->io.read) { + int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer); + if (blen < n) { + int res, count; + + memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, blen); + + count = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data, (char*) buffer + blen, n - blen); + res = (count == (n-blen)); + s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end; + return res; + } + } + + if (s->img_buffer+n <= s->img_buffer_end) { + memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, n); + s->img_buffer += n; + return 1; + } else + return 0; +} + +static int stbi__get16be(stbi__context *s) +{ + int z = stbi__get8(s); + return (z << 8) + stbi__get8(s); +} + +static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32be(stbi__context *s) +{ + stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16be(s); + return (z << 16) + stbi__get16be(s); +} + +#if defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) +// nothing +#else +static int stbi__get16le(stbi__context *s) +{ + int z = stbi__get8(s); + return z + (stbi__get8(s) << 8); +} +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP +static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32le(stbi__context *s) +{ + stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16le(s); + return z + (stbi__get16le(s) << 16); +} +#endif + +#define STBI__BYTECAST(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) & 255)) // truncate int to byte without warnings + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// generic converter from built-in img_n to req_comp +// individual types do this automatically as much as possible (e.g. jpeg +// does all cases internally since it needs to colorspace convert anyway, +// and it never has alpha, so very few cases ). png can automatically +// interleave an alpha=255 channel, but falls back to this for other cases +// +// assume data buffer is malloced, so malloc a new one and free that one +// only failure mode is malloc failing + +static stbi_uc stbi__compute_y(int r, int g, int b) +{ + return (stbi_uc) (((r*77) + (g*150) + (29*b)) >> 8); +} + +static unsigned char *stbi__convert_format(unsigned char *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y) +{ + int i,j; + unsigned char *good; + + if (req_comp == img_n) return data; + STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4); + + good = (unsigned char *) stbi__malloc_mad3(req_comp, x, y, 0); + if (good == NULL) { + STBI_FREE(data); + return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + } + + for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) { + unsigned char *src = data + j * x * img_n ; + unsigned char *dest = good + j * x * req_comp; + + #define STBI__COMBO(a,b) ((a)*8+(b)) + #define STBI__CASE(a,b) case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b) + // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components; + // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros + switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) { + STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0], dest[1]=255; } break; + STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0], dest[3]=255; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0], dest[3]=src[1]; } break; + STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0],dest[1]=src[1],dest[2]=src[2],dest[3]=255; } break; + STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); } break; + STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]), dest[1] = 255; } break; + STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); } break; + STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]), dest[1] = src[3]; } break; + STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0],dest[1]=src[1],dest[2]=src[2]; } break; + default: STBI_ASSERT(0); + } + #undef STBI__CASE + } + + STBI_FREE(data); + return good; +} + +static stbi__uint16 stbi__compute_y_16(int r, int g, int b) +{ + return (stbi__uint16) (((r*77) + (g*150) + (29*b)) >> 8); +} + +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_format16(stbi__uint16 *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y) +{ + int i,j; + stbi__uint16 *good; + + if (req_comp == img_n) return data; + STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4); + + good = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(req_comp * x * y * 2); + if (good == NULL) { + STBI_FREE(data); + return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + } + + for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) { + stbi__uint16 *src = data + j * x * img_n ; + stbi__uint16 *dest = good + j * x * req_comp; + + #define STBI__COMBO(a,b) ((a)*8+(b)) + #define STBI__CASE(a,b) case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b) + // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components; + // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros + switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) { + STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0], dest[1]=0xffff; } break; + STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0], dest[3]=0xffff; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; } break; + STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0], dest[3]=src[1]; } break; + STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0],dest[1]=src[1],dest[2]=src[2],dest[3]=0xffff; } break; + STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); } break; + STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]), dest[1] = 0xffff; } break; + STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); } break; + STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]), dest[1] = src[3]; } break; + STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0],dest[1]=src[1],dest[2]=src[2]; } break; + default: STBI_ASSERT(0); + } + #undef STBI__CASE + } + + STBI_FREE(data); + return good; +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR +static float *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp) +{ + int i,k,n; + float *output; + if (!data) return NULL; + output = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(x, y, comp, sizeof(float), 0); + if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory"); } + // compute number of non-alpha components + if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1; + for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) { + for (k=0; k < n; ++k) { + output[i*comp + k] = (float) (pow(data[i*comp+k]/255.0f, stbi__l2h_gamma) * stbi__l2h_scale); + } + if (k < comp) output[i*comp + k] = data[i*comp+k]/255.0f; + } + STBI_FREE(data); + return output; +} +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR +#define stbi__float2int(x) ((int) (x)) +static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float *data, int x, int y, int comp) +{ + int i,k,n; + stbi_uc *output; + if (!data) return NULL; + output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, comp, 0); + if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); } + // compute number of non-alpha components + if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1; + for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) { + for (k=0; k < n; ++k) { + float z = (float) pow(data[i*comp+k]*stbi__h2l_scale_i, stbi__h2l_gamma_i) * 255 + 0.5f; + if (z < 0) z = 0; + if (z > 255) z = 255; + output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z); + } + if (k < comp) { + float z = data[i*comp+k] * 255 + 0.5f; + if (z < 0) z = 0; + if (z > 255) z = 255; + output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z); + } + } + STBI_FREE(data); + return output; +} +#endif + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// "baseline" JPEG/JFIF decoder +// +// simple implementation +// - doesn't support delayed output of y-dimension +// - simple interface (only one output format: 8-bit interleaved RGB) +// - doesn't try to recover corrupt jpegs +// - doesn't allow partial loading, loading multiple at once +// - still fast on x86 (copying globals into locals doesn't help x86) +// - allocates lots of intermediate memory (full size of all components) +// - non-interleaved case requires this anyway +// - allows good upsampling (see next) +// high-quality +// - upsampled channels are bilinearly interpolated, even across blocks +// - quality integer IDCT derived from IJG's 'slow' +// performance +// - fast huffman; reasonable integer IDCT +// - some SIMD kernels for common paths on targets with SSE2/NEON +// - uses a lot of intermediate memory, could cache poorly + +#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG + +// huffman decoding acceleration +#define FAST_BITS 9 // larger handles more cases; smaller stomps less cache + +typedef struct +{ + stbi_uc fast[1 << FAST_BITS]; + // weirdly, repacking this into AoS is a 10% speed loss, instead of a win + stbi__uint16 code[256]; + stbi_uc values[256]; + stbi_uc size[257]; + unsigned int maxcode[18]; + int delta[17]; // old 'firstsymbol' - old 'firstcode' +} stbi__huffman; + +typedef struct +{ + stbi__context *s; + stbi__huffman huff_dc[4]; + stbi__huffman huff_ac[4]; + stbi__uint16 dequant[4][64]; + stbi__int16 fast_ac[4][1 << FAST_BITS]; + +// sizes for components, interleaved MCUs + int img_h_max, img_v_max; + int img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y; + int img_mcu_w, img_mcu_h; + +// definition of jpeg image component + struct + { + int id; + int h,v; + int tq; + int hd,ha; + int dc_pred; + + int x,y,w2,h2; + stbi_uc *data; + void *raw_data, *raw_coeff; + stbi_uc *linebuf; + short *coeff; // progressive only + int coeff_w, coeff_h; // number of 8x8 coefficient blocks + } img_comp[4]; + + stbi__uint32 code_buffer; // jpeg entropy-coded buffer + int code_bits; // number of valid bits + unsigned char marker; // marker seen while filling entropy buffer + int nomore; // flag if we saw a marker so must stop + + int progressive; + int spec_start; + int spec_end; + int succ_high; + int succ_low; + int eob_run; + int jfif; + int app14_color_transform; // Adobe APP14 tag + int rgb; + + int scan_n, order[4]; + int restart_interval, todo; + +// kernels + void (*idct_block_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]); + void (*YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step); + stbi_uc *(*resample_row_hv_2_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs); +} stbi__jpeg; + +static int stbi__build_huffman(stbi__huffman *h, int *count) +{ + int i,j,k=0,code; + // build size list for each symbol (from JPEG spec) + for (i=0; i < 16; ++i) + for (j=0; j < count[i]; ++j) + h->size[k++] = (stbi_uc) (i+1); + h->size[k] = 0; + + // compute actual symbols (from jpeg spec) + code = 0; + k = 0; + for(j=1; j <= 16; ++j) { + // compute delta to add to code to compute symbol id + h->delta[j] = k - code; + if (h->size[k] == j) { + while (h->size[k] == j) + h->code[k++] = (stbi__uint16) (code++); + if (code-1 >= (1 << j)) return stbi__err("bad code lengths","Corrupt JPEG"); + } + // compute largest code + 1 for this size, preshifted as needed later + h->maxcode[j] = code << (16-j); + code <<= 1; + } + h->maxcode[j] = 0xffffffff; + + // build non-spec acceleration table; 255 is flag for not-accelerated + memset(h->fast, 255, 1 << FAST_BITS); + for (i=0; i < k; ++i) { + int s = h->size[i]; + if (s <= FAST_BITS) { + int c = h->code[i] << (FAST_BITS-s); + int m = 1 << (FAST_BITS-s); + for (j=0; j < m; ++j) { + h->fast[c+j] = (stbi_uc) i; + } + } + } + return 1; +} + +// build a table that decodes both magnitude and value of small ACs in +// one go. +static void stbi__build_fast_ac(stbi__int16 *fast_ac, stbi__huffman *h) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < (1 << FAST_BITS); ++i) { + stbi_uc fast = h->fast[i]; + fast_ac[i] = 0; + if (fast < 255) { + int rs = h->values[fast]; + int run = (rs >> 4) & 15; + int magbits = rs & 15; + int len = h->size[fast]; + + if (magbits && len + magbits <= FAST_BITS) { + // magnitude code followed by receive_extend code + int k = ((i << len) & ((1 << FAST_BITS) - 1)) >> (FAST_BITS - magbits); + int m = 1 << (magbits - 1); + if (k < m) k += (~0U << magbits) + 1; + // if the result is small enough, we can fit it in fast_ac table + if (k >= -128 && k <= 127) + fast_ac[i] = (stbi__int16) ((k << 8) + (run << 4) + (len + magbits)); + } + } + } +} + +static void stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + do { + int b = j->nomore ? 0 : stbi__get8(j->s); + if (b == 0xff) { + int c = stbi__get8(j->s); + while (c == 0xff) c = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume fill bytes + if (c != 0) { + j->marker = (unsigned char) c; + j->nomore = 1; + return; + } + } + j->code_buffer |= b << (24 - j->code_bits); + j->code_bits += 8; + } while (j->code_bits <= 24); +} + +// (1 << n) - 1 +static stbi__uint32 stbi__bmask[17]={0,1,3,7,15,31,63,127,255,511,1023,2047,4095,8191,16383,32767,65535}; + +// decode a jpeg huffman value from the bitstream +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(stbi__jpeg *j, stbi__huffman *h) +{ + unsigned int temp; + int c,k; + + if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + + // look at the top FAST_BITS and determine what symbol ID it is, + // if the code is <= FAST_BITS + c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1); + k = h->fast[c]; + if (k < 255) { + int s = h->size[k]; + if (s > j->code_bits) + return -1; + j->code_buffer <<= s; + j->code_bits -= s; + return h->values[k]; + } + + // naive test is to shift the code_buffer down so k bits are + // valid, then test against maxcode. To speed this up, we've + // preshifted maxcode left so that it has (16-k) 0s at the + // end; in other words, regardless of the number of bits, it + // wants to be compared against something shifted to have 16; + // that way we don't need to shift inside the loop. + temp = j->code_buffer >> 16; + for (k=FAST_BITS+1 ; ; ++k) + if (temp < h->maxcode[k]) + break; + if (k == 17) { + // error! code not found + j->code_bits -= 16; + return -1; + } + + if (k > j->code_bits) + return -1; + + // convert the huffman code to the symbol id + c = ((j->code_buffer >> (32 - k)) & stbi__bmask[k]) + h->delta[k]; + STBI_ASSERT((((j->code_buffer) >> (32 - h->size[c])) & stbi__bmask[h->size[c]]) == h->code[c]); + + // convert the id to a symbol + j->code_bits -= k; + j->code_buffer <<= k; + return h->values[c]; +} + +// bias[n] = (-1<<n) + 1 +static int const stbi__jbias[16] = {0,-1,-3,-7,-15,-31,-63,-127,-255,-511,-1023,-2047,-4095,-8191,-16383,-32767}; + +// combined JPEG 'receive' and JPEG 'extend', since baseline +// always extends everything it receives. +stbi_inline static int stbi__extend_receive(stbi__jpeg *j, int n) +{ + unsigned int k; + int sgn; + if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + + sgn = (stbi__int32)j->code_buffer >> 31; // sign bit is always in MSB + k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n); + STBI_ASSERT(n >= 0 && n < (int) (sizeof(stbi__bmask)/sizeof(*stbi__bmask))); + j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n]; + k &= stbi__bmask[n]; + j->code_bits -= n; + return k + (stbi__jbias[n] & ~sgn); +} + +// get some unsigned bits +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bits(stbi__jpeg *j, int n) +{ + unsigned int k; + if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n); + j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n]; + k &= stbi__bmask[n]; + j->code_bits -= n; + return k; +} + +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bit(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + unsigned int k; + if (j->code_bits < 1) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + k = j->code_buffer; + j->code_buffer <<= 1; + --j->code_bits; + return k & 0x80000000; +} + +// given a value that's at position X in the zigzag stream, +// where does it appear in the 8x8 matrix coded as row-major? +static stbi_uc stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[64+15] = +{ + 0, 1, 8, 16, 9, 2, 3, 10, + 17, 24, 32, 25, 18, 11, 4, 5, + 12, 19, 26, 33, 40, 48, 41, 34, + 27, 20, 13, 6, 7, 14, 21, 28, + 35, 42, 49, 56, 57, 50, 43, 36, + 29, 22, 15, 23, 30, 37, 44, 51, + 58, 59, 52, 45, 38, 31, 39, 46, + 53, 60, 61, 54, 47, 55, 62, 63, + // let corrupt input sample past end + 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, + 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63 +}; + +// decode one 64-entry block-- +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac, int b, stbi__uint16 *dequant) +{ + int diff,dc,k; + int t; + + if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc); + if (t < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG"); + + // 0 all the ac values now so we can do it 32-bits at a time + memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0])); + + diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0; + dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff; + j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc; + data[0] = (short) (dc * dequant[0]); + + // decode AC components, see JPEG spec + k = 1; + do { + unsigned int zig; + int c,r,s; + if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1); + r = fac[c]; + if (r) { // fast-AC path + k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run + s = r & 15; // combined length + j->code_buffer <<= s; + j->code_bits -= s; + // decode into unzigzag'd location + zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]; + data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) * dequant[zig]); + } else { + int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac); + if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG"); + s = rs & 15; + r = rs >> 4; + if (s == 0) { + if (rs != 0xf0) break; // end block + k += 16; + } else { + k += r; + // decode into unzigzag'd location + zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]; + data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) * dequant[zig]); + } + } + } while (k < 64); + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, int b) +{ + int diff,dc; + int t; + if (j->spec_end != 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG"); + + if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + + if (j->succ_high == 0) { + // first scan for DC coefficient, must be first + memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0])); // 0 all the ac values now + t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc); + diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0; + + dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff; + j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc; + data[0] = (short) (dc << j->succ_low); + } else { + // refinement scan for DC coefficient + if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j)) + data[0] += (short) (1 << j->succ_low); + } + return 1; +} + +// @OPTIMIZE: store non-zigzagged during the decode passes, +// and only de-zigzag when dequantizing +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac) +{ + int k; + if (j->spec_start == 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG"); + + if (j->succ_high == 0) { + int shift = j->succ_low; + + if (j->eob_run) { + --j->eob_run; + return 1; + } + + k = j->spec_start; + do { + unsigned int zig; + int c,r,s; + if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j); + c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1); + r = fac[c]; + if (r) { // fast-AC path + k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run + s = r & 15; // combined length + j->code_buffer <<= s; + j->code_bits -= s; + zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]; + data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) << shift); + } else { + int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac); + if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG"); + s = rs & 15; + r = rs >> 4; + if (s == 0) { + if (r < 15) { + j->eob_run = (1 << r); + if (r) + j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r); + --j->eob_run; + break; + } + k += 16; + } else { + k += r; + zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]; + data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) << shift); + } + } + } while (k <= j->spec_end); + } else { + // refinement scan for these AC coefficients + + short bit = (short) (1 << j->succ_low); + + if (j->eob_run) { + --j->eob_run; + for (k = j->spec_start; k <= j->spec_end; ++k) { + short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k]]; + if (*p != 0) + if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j)) + if ((*p & bit)==0) { + if (*p > 0) + *p += bit; + else + *p -= bit; + } + } + } else { + k = j->spec_start; + do { + int r,s; + int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac); // @OPTIMIZE see if we can use the fast path here, advance-by-r is so slow, eh + if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG"); + s = rs & 15; + r = rs >> 4; + if (s == 0) { + if (r < 15) { + j->eob_run = (1 << r) - 1; + if (r) + j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r); + r = 64; // force end of block + } else { + // r=15 s=0 should write 16 0s, so we just do + // a run of 15 0s and then write s (which is 0), + // so we don't have to do anything special here + } + } else { + if (s != 1) return stbi__err("bad huffman code", "Corrupt JPEG"); + // sign bit + if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j)) + s = bit; + else + s = -bit; + } + + // advance by r + while (k <= j->spec_end) { + short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]]; + if (*p != 0) { + if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j)) + if ((*p & bit)==0) { + if (*p > 0) + *p += bit; + else + *p -= bit; + } + } else { + if (r == 0) { + *p = (short) s; + break; + } + --r; + } + } + } while (k <= j->spec_end); + } + } + return 1; +} + +// take a -128..127 value and stbi__clamp it and convert to 0..255 +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__clamp(int x) +{ + // trick to use a single test to catch both cases + if ((unsigned int) x > 255) { + if (x < 0) return 0; + if (x > 255) return 255; + } + return (stbi_uc) x; +} + +#define stbi__f2f(x) ((int) (((x) * 4096 + 0.5))) +#define stbi__fsh(x) ((x) << 12) + +// derived from jidctint -- DCT_ISLOW +#define STBI__IDCT_1D(s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6,s7) \ + int t0,t1,t2,t3,p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,x0,x1,x2,x3; \ + p2 = s2; \ + p3 = s6; \ + p1 = (p2+p3) * stbi__f2f(0.5411961f); \ + t2 = p1 + p3*stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f); \ + t3 = p1 + p2*stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f); \ + p2 = s0; \ + p3 = s4; \ + t0 = stbi__fsh(p2+p3); \ + t1 = stbi__fsh(p2-p3); \ + x0 = t0+t3; \ + x3 = t0-t3; \ + x1 = t1+t2; \ + x2 = t1-t2; \ + t0 = s7; \ + t1 = s5; \ + t2 = s3; \ + t3 = s1; \ + p3 = t0+t2; \ + p4 = t1+t3; \ + p1 = t0+t3; \ + p2 = t1+t2; \ + p5 = (p3+p4)*stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f); \ + t0 = t0*stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f); \ + t1 = t1*stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f); \ + t2 = t2*stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f); \ + t3 = t3*stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f); \ + p1 = p5 + p1*stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f); \ + p2 = p5 + p2*stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f); \ + p3 = p3*stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f); \ + p4 = p4*stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f); \ + t3 += p1+p4; \ + t2 += p2+p3; \ + t1 += p2+p4; \ + t0 += p1+p3; + +static void stbi__idct_block(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]) +{ + int i,val[64],*v=val; + stbi_uc *o; + short *d = data; + + // columns + for (i=0; i < 8; ++i,++d, ++v) { + // if all zeroes, shortcut -- this avoids dequantizing 0s and IDCTing + if (d[ 8]==0 && d[16]==0 && d[24]==0 && d[32]==0 + && d[40]==0 && d[48]==0 && d[56]==0) { + // no shortcut 0 seconds + // (1|2|3|4|5|6|7)==0 0 seconds + // all separate -0.047 seconds + // 1 && 2|3 && 4|5 && 6|7: -0.047 seconds + int dcterm = d[0] << 2; + v[0] = v[8] = v[16] = v[24] = v[32] = v[40] = v[48] = v[56] = dcterm; + } else { + STBI__IDCT_1D(d[ 0],d[ 8],d[16],d[24],d[32],d[40],d[48],d[56]) + // constants scaled things up by 1<<12; let's bring them back + // down, but keep 2 extra bits of precision + x0 += 512; x1 += 512; x2 += 512; x3 += 512; + v[ 0] = (x0+t3) >> 10; + v[56] = (x0-t3) >> 10; + v[ 8] = (x1+t2) >> 10; + v[48] = (x1-t2) >> 10; + v[16] = (x2+t1) >> 10; + v[40] = (x2-t1) >> 10; + v[24] = (x3+t0) >> 10; + v[32] = (x3-t0) >> 10; + } + } + + for (i=0, v=val, o=out; i < 8; ++i,v+=8,o+=out_stride) { + // no fast case since the first 1D IDCT spread components out + STBI__IDCT_1D(v[0],v[1],v[2],v[3],v[4],v[5],v[6],v[7]) + // constants scaled things up by 1<<12, plus we had 1<<2 from first + // loop, plus horizontal and vertical each scale by sqrt(8) so together + // we've got an extra 1<<3, so 1<<17 total we need to remove. + // so we want to round that, which means adding 0.5 * 1<<17, + // aka 65536. Also, we'll end up with -128 to 127 that we want + // to encode as 0..255 by adding 128, so we'll add that before the shift + x0 += 65536 + (128<<17); + x1 += 65536 + (128<<17); + x2 += 65536 + (128<<17); + x3 += 65536 + (128<<17); + // tried computing the shifts into temps, or'ing the temps to see + // if any were out of range, but that was slower + o[0] = stbi__clamp((x0+t3) >> 17); + o[7] = stbi__clamp((x0-t3) >> 17); + o[1] = stbi__clamp((x1+t2) >> 17); + o[6] = stbi__clamp((x1-t2) >> 17); + o[2] = stbi__clamp((x2+t1) >> 17); + o[5] = stbi__clamp((x2-t1) >> 17); + o[3] = stbi__clamp((x3+t0) >> 17); + o[4] = stbi__clamp((x3-t0) >> 17); + } +} + +#ifdef STBI_SSE2 +// sse2 integer IDCT. not the fastest possible implementation but it +// produces bit-identical results to the generic C version so it's +// fully "transparent". +static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]) +{ + // This is constructed to match our regular (generic) integer IDCT exactly. + __m128i row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7; + __m128i tmp; + + // dot product constant: even elems=x, odd elems=y + #define dct_const(x,y) _mm_setr_epi16((x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y)) + + // out(0) = c0[even]*x + c0[odd]*y (c0, x, y 16-bit, out 32-bit) + // out(1) = c1[even]*x + c1[odd]*y + #define dct_rot(out0,out1, x,y,c0,c1) \ + __m128i c0##lo = _mm_unpacklo_epi16((x),(y)); \ + __m128i c0##hi = _mm_unpackhi_epi16((x),(y)); \ + __m128i out0##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c0); \ + __m128i out0##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c0); \ + __m128i out1##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c1); \ + __m128i out1##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c1) + + // out = in << 12 (in 16-bit, out 32-bit) + #define dct_widen(out, in) \ + __m128i out##_l = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpacklo_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4); \ + __m128i out##_h = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpackhi_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4) + + // wide add + #define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \ + __m128i out##_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \ + __m128i out##_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, b##_h) + + // wide sub + #define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \ + __m128i out##_l = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \ + __m128i out##_h = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_h, b##_h) + + // butterfly a/b, add bias, then shift by "s" and pack + #define dct_bfly32o(out0, out1, a,b,bias,s) \ + { \ + __m128i abiased_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, bias); \ + __m128i abiased_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, bias); \ + dct_wadd(sum, abiased, b); \ + dct_wsub(dif, abiased, b); \ + out0 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(sum_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(sum_h, s)); \ + out1 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(dif_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(dif_h, s)); \ + } + + // 8-bit interleave step (for transposes) + #define dct_interleave8(a, b) \ + tmp = a; \ + a = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(a, b); \ + b = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(tmp, b) + + // 16-bit interleave step (for transposes) + #define dct_interleave16(a, b) \ + tmp = a; \ + a = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(a, b); \ + b = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(tmp, b) + + #define dct_pass(bias,shift) \ + { \ + /* even part */ \ + dct_rot(t2e,t3e, row2,row6, rot0_0,rot0_1); \ + __m128i sum04 = _mm_add_epi16(row0, row4); \ + __m128i dif04 = _mm_sub_epi16(row0, row4); \ + dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \ + dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \ + dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \ + dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \ + dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \ + dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \ + /* odd part */ \ + dct_rot(y0o,y2o, row7,row3, rot2_0,rot2_1); \ + dct_rot(y1o,y3o, row5,row1, rot3_0,rot3_1); \ + __m128i sum17 = _mm_add_epi16(row1, row7); \ + __m128i sum35 = _mm_add_epi16(row3, row5); \ + dct_rot(y4o,y5o, sum17,sum35, rot1_0,rot1_1); \ + dct_wadd(x4, y0o, y4o); \ + dct_wadd(x5, y1o, y5o); \ + dct_wadd(x6, y2o, y5o); \ + dct_wadd(x7, y3o, y4o); \ + dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,bias,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,bias,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,bias,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,bias,shift); \ + } + + __m128i rot0_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f)); + __m128i rot0_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f)); + __m128i rot1_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f)); + __m128i rot1_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f)); + __m128i rot2_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f)); + __m128i rot2_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f)); + __m128i rot3_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f)); + __m128i rot3_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f)); + + // rounding biases in column/row passes, see stbi__idct_block for explanation. + __m128i bias_0 = _mm_set1_epi32(512); + __m128i bias_1 = _mm_set1_epi32(65536 + (128<<17)); + + // load + row0 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 0*8)); + row1 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 1*8)); + row2 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 2*8)); + row3 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 3*8)); + row4 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 4*8)); + row5 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 5*8)); + row6 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 6*8)); + row7 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 7*8)); + + // column pass + dct_pass(bias_0, 10); + + { + // 16bit 8x8 transpose pass 1 + dct_interleave16(row0, row4); + dct_interleave16(row1, row5); + dct_interleave16(row2, row6); + dct_interleave16(row3, row7); + + // transpose pass 2 + dct_interleave16(row0, row2); + dct_interleave16(row1, row3); + dct_interleave16(row4, row6); + dct_interleave16(row5, row7); + + // transpose pass 3 + dct_interleave16(row0, row1); + dct_interleave16(row2, row3); + dct_interleave16(row4, row5); + dct_interleave16(row6, row7); + } + + // row pass + dct_pass(bias_1, 17); + + { + // pack + __m128i p0 = _mm_packus_epi16(row0, row1); // a0a1a2a3...a7b0b1b2b3...b7 + __m128i p1 = _mm_packus_epi16(row2, row3); + __m128i p2 = _mm_packus_epi16(row4, row5); + __m128i p3 = _mm_packus_epi16(row6, row7); + + // 8bit 8x8 transpose pass 1 + dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0e0a1e1... + dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // c0g0c1g1... + + // transpose pass 2 + dct_interleave8(p0, p1); // a0c0e0g0... + dct_interleave8(p2, p3); // b0d0f0h0... + + // transpose pass 3 + dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0b0c0d0... + dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // a4b4c4d4... + + // store + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p0); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p0, 0x4e)); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p2); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p2, 0x4e)); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p1); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p1, 0x4e)); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p3); out += out_stride; + _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p3, 0x4e)); + } + +#undef dct_const +#undef dct_rot +#undef dct_widen +#undef dct_wadd +#undef dct_wsub +#undef dct_bfly32o +#undef dct_interleave8 +#undef dct_interleave16 +#undef dct_pass +} + +#endif // STBI_SSE2 + +#ifdef STBI_NEON + +// NEON integer IDCT. should produce bit-identical +// results to the generic C version. +static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]) +{ + int16x8_t row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7; + + int16x4_t rot0_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f)); + int16x4_t rot0_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f)); + int16x4_t rot0_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f)); + int16x4_t rot1_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f)); + int16x4_t rot1_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f)); + int16x4_t rot1_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f)); + int16x4_t rot2_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f)); + int16x4_t rot2_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f)); + int16x4_t rot3_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f)); + int16x4_t rot3_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f)); + int16x4_t rot3_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f)); + int16x4_t rot3_3 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f)); + +#define dct_long_mul(out, inq, coeff) \ + int32x4_t out##_l = vmull_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \ + int32x4_t out##_h = vmull_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), coeff) + +#define dct_long_mac(out, acc, inq, coeff) \ + int32x4_t out##_l = vmlal_s16(acc##_l, vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \ + int32x4_t out##_h = vmlal_s16(acc##_h, vget_high_s16(inq), coeff) + +#define dct_widen(out, inq) \ + int32x4_t out##_l = vshll_n_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), 12); \ + int32x4_t out##_h = vshll_n_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), 12) + +// wide add +#define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \ + int32x4_t out##_l = vaddq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \ + int32x4_t out##_h = vaddq_s32(a##_h, b##_h) + +// wide sub +#define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \ + int32x4_t out##_l = vsubq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \ + int32x4_t out##_h = vsubq_s32(a##_h, b##_h) + +// butterfly a/b, then shift using "shiftop" by "s" and pack +#define dct_bfly32o(out0,out1, a,b,shiftop,s) \ + { \ + dct_wadd(sum, a, b); \ + dct_wsub(dif, a, b); \ + out0 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(sum_l, s), shiftop(sum_h, s)); \ + out1 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(dif_l, s), shiftop(dif_h, s)); \ + } + +#define dct_pass(shiftop, shift) \ + { \ + /* even part */ \ + int16x8_t sum26 = vaddq_s16(row2, row6); \ + dct_long_mul(p1e, sum26, rot0_0); \ + dct_long_mac(t2e, p1e, row6, rot0_1); \ + dct_long_mac(t3e, p1e, row2, rot0_2); \ + int16x8_t sum04 = vaddq_s16(row0, row4); \ + int16x8_t dif04 = vsubq_s16(row0, row4); \ + dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \ + dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \ + dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \ + dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \ + dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \ + dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \ + /* odd part */ \ + int16x8_t sum15 = vaddq_s16(row1, row5); \ + int16x8_t sum17 = vaddq_s16(row1, row7); \ + int16x8_t sum35 = vaddq_s16(row3, row5); \ + int16x8_t sum37 = vaddq_s16(row3, row7); \ + int16x8_t sumodd = vaddq_s16(sum17, sum35); \ + dct_long_mul(p5o, sumodd, rot1_0); \ + dct_long_mac(p1o, p5o, sum17, rot1_1); \ + dct_long_mac(p2o, p5o, sum35, rot1_2); \ + dct_long_mul(p3o, sum37, rot2_0); \ + dct_long_mul(p4o, sum15, rot2_1); \ + dct_wadd(sump13o, p1o, p3o); \ + dct_wadd(sump24o, p2o, p4o); \ + dct_wadd(sump23o, p2o, p3o); \ + dct_wadd(sump14o, p1o, p4o); \ + dct_long_mac(x4, sump13o, row7, rot3_0); \ + dct_long_mac(x5, sump24o, row5, rot3_1); \ + dct_long_mac(x6, sump23o, row3, rot3_2); \ + dct_long_mac(x7, sump14o, row1, rot3_3); \ + dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,shiftop,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,shiftop,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,shiftop,shift); \ + dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,shiftop,shift); \ + } + + // load + row0 = vld1q_s16(data + 0*8); + row1 = vld1q_s16(data + 1*8); + row2 = vld1q_s16(data + 2*8); + row3 = vld1q_s16(data + 3*8); + row4 = vld1q_s16(data + 4*8); + row5 = vld1q_s16(data + 5*8); + row6 = vld1q_s16(data + 6*8); + row7 = vld1q_s16(data + 7*8); + + // add DC bias + row0 = vaddq_s16(row0, vsetq_lane_s16(1024, vdupq_n_s16(0), 0)); + + // column pass + dct_pass(vrshrn_n_s32, 10); + + // 16bit 8x8 transpose + { +// these three map to a single VTRN.16, VTRN.32, and VSWP, respectively. +// whether compilers actually get this is another story, sadly. +#define dct_trn16(x, y) { int16x8x2_t t = vtrnq_s16(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; } +#define dct_trn32(x, y) { int32x4x2_t t = vtrnq_s32(vreinterpretq_s32_s16(x), vreinterpretq_s32_s16(y)); x = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[1]); } +#define dct_trn64(x, y) { int16x8_t x0 = x; int16x8_t y0 = y; x = vcombine_s16(vget_low_s16(x0), vget_low_s16(y0)); y = vcombine_s16(vget_high_s16(x0), vget_high_s16(y0)); } + + // pass 1 + dct_trn16(row0, row1); // a0b0a2b2a4b4a6b6 + dct_trn16(row2, row3); + dct_trn16(row4, row5); + dct_trn16(row6, row7); + + // pass 2 + dct_trn32(row0, row2); // a0b0c0d0a4b4c4d4 + dct_trn32(row1, row3); + dct_trn32(row4, row6); + dct_trn32(row5, row7); + + // pass 3 + dct_trn64(row0, row4); // a0b0c0d0e0f0g0h0 + dct_trn64(row1, row5); + dct_trn64(row2, row6); + dct_trn64(row3, row7); + +#undef dct_trn16 +#undef dct_trn32 +#undef dct_trn64 + } + + // row pass + // vrshrn_n_s32 only supports shifts up to 16, we need + // 17. so do a non-rounding shift of 16 first then follow + // up with a rounding shift by 1. + dct_pass(vshrn_n_s32, 16); + + { + // pack and round + uint8x8_t p0 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row0, 1); + uint8x8_t p1 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row1, 1); + uint8x8_t p2 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row2, 1); + uint8x8_t p3 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row3, 1); + uint8x8_t p4 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row4, 1); + uint8x8_t p5 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row5, 1); + uint8x8_t p6 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row6, 1); + uint8x8_t p7 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row7, 1); + + // again, these can translate into one instruction, but often don't. +#define dct_trn8_8(x, y) { uint8x8x2_t t = vtrn_u8(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; } +#define dct_trn8_16(x, y) { uint16x4x2_t t = vtrn_u16(vreinterpret_u16_u8(x), vreinterpret_u16_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[1]); } +#define dct_trn8_32(x, y) { uint32x2x2_t t = vtrn_u32(vreinterpret_u32_u8(x), vreinterpret_u32_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[1]); } + + // sadly can't use interleaved stores here since we only write + // 8 bytes to each scan line! + + // 8x8 8-bit transpose pass 1 + dct_trn8_8(p0, p1); + dct_trn8_8(p2, p3); + dct_trn8_8(p4, p5); + dct_trn8_8(p6, p7); + + // pass 2 + dct_trn8_16(p0, p2); + dct_trn8_16(p1, p3); + dct_trn8_16(p4, p6); + dct_trn8_16(p5, p7); + + // pass 3 + dct_trn8_32(p0, p4); + dct_trn8_32(p1, p5); + dct_trn8_32(p2, p6); + dct_trn8_32(p3, p7); + + // store + vst1_u8(out, p0); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p1); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p2); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p3); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p4); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p5); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p6); out += out_stride; + vst1_u8(out, p7); + +#undef dct_trn8_8 +#undef dct_trn8_16 +#undef dct_trn8_32 + } + +#undef dct_long_mul +#undef dct_long_mac +#undef dct_widen +#undef dct_wadd +#undef dct_wsub +#undef dct_bfly32o +#undef dct_pass +} + +#endif // STBI_NEON + +#define STBI__MARKER_none 0xff +// if there's a pending marker from the entropy stream, return that +// otherwise, fetch from the stream and get a marker. if there's no +// marker, return 0xff, which is never a valid marker value +static stbi_uc stbi__get_marker(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + stbi_uc x; + if (j->marker != STBI__MARKER_none) { x = j->marker; j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; return x; } + x = stbi__get8(j->s); + if (x != 0xff) return STBI__MARKER_none; + while (x == 0xff) + x = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume repeated 0xff fill bytes + return x; +} + +// in each scan, we'll have scan_n components, and the order +// of the components is specified by order[] +#define STBI__RESTART(x) ((x) >= 0xd0 && (x) <= 0xd7) + +// after a restart interval, stbi__jpeg_reset the entropy decoder and +// the dc prediction +static void stbi__jpeg_reset(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + j->code_bits = 0; + j->code_buffer = 0; + j->nomore = 0; + j->img_comp[0].dc_pred = j->img_comp[1].dc_pred = j->img_comp[2].dc_pred = j->img_comp[3].dc_pred = 0; + j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; + j->todo = j->restart_interval ? j->restart_interval : 0x7fffffff; + j->eob_run = 0; + // no more than 1<<31 MCUs if no restart_interal? that's plenty safe, + // since we don't even allow 1<<30 pixels +} + +static int stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(stbi__jpeg *z) +{ + stbi__jpeg_reset(z); + if (!z->progressive) { + if (z->scan_n == 1) { + int i,j; + STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]); + int n = z->order[0]; + // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time, + // in trivial scanline order + // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this + // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such + int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3; + int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3; + for (j=0; j < h; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) { + int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha; + if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0; + z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data); + // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval + if (--z->todo <= 0) { + if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z); + // if it's NOT a restart, then just bail, so we get corrupt data + // rather than no data + if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1; + stbi__jpeg_reset(z); + } + } + } + return 1; + } else { // interleaved + int i,j,k,x,y; + STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]); + for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) { + // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order + for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) { + int n = z->order[k]; + // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined + // by the basic H and V specified for the component + for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) { + for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) { + int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x)*8; + int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y)*8; + int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha; + if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0; + z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*y2+x2, z->img_comp[n].w2, data); + } + } + } + // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU, + // so now count down the restart interval + if (--z->todo <= 0) { + if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z); + if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1; + stbi__jpeg_reset(z); + } + } + } + return 1; + } + } else { + if (z->scan_n == 1) { + int i,j; + int n = z->order[0]; + // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time, + // in trivial scanline order + // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this + // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such + int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3; + int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3; + for (j=0; j < h; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) { + short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w); + if (z->spec_start == 0) { + if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n)) + return 0; + } else { + int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha; + if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(z, data, &z->huff_ac[ha], z->fast_ac[ha])) + return 0; + } + // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval + if (--z->todo <= 0) { + if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z); + if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1; + stbi__jpeg_reset(z); + } + } + } + return 1; + } else { // interleaved + int i,j,k,x,y; + for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) { + // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order + for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) { + int n = z->order[k]; + // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined + // by the basic H and V specified for the component + for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) { + for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) { + int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x); + int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y); + short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (x2 + y2 * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w); + if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n)) + return 0; + } + } + } + // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU, + // so now count down the restart interval + if (--z->todo <= 0) { + if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z); + if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1; + stbi__jpeg_reset(z); + } + } + } + return 1; + } + } +} + +static void stbi__jpeg_dequantize(short *data, stbi__uint16 *dequant) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < 64; ++i) + data[i] *= dequant[i]; +} + +static void stbi__jpeg_finish(stbi__jpeg *z) +{ + if (z->progressive) { + // dequantize and idct the data + int i,j,n; + for (n=0; n < z->s->img_n; ++n) { + int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3; + int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3; + for (j=0; j < h; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) { + short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w); + stbi__jpeg_dequantize(data, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq]); + z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data); + } + } + } + } +} + +static int stbi__process_marker(stbi__jpeg *z, int m) +{ + int L; + switch (m) { + case STBI__MARKER_none: // no marker found + return stbi__err("expected marker","Corrupt JPEG"); + + case 0xDD: // DRI - specify restart interval + if (stbi__get16be(z->s) != 4) return stbi__err("bad DRI len","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->restart_interval = stbi__get16be(z->s); + return 1; + + case 0xDB: // DQT - define quantization table + L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2; + while (L > 0) { + int q = stbi__get8(z->s); + int p = q >> 4, sixteen = (p != 0); + int t = q & 15,i; + if (p != 0 && p != 1) return stbi__err("bad DQT type","Corrupt JPEG"); + if (t > 3) return stbi__err("bad DQT table","Corrupt JPEG"); + + for (i=0; i < 64; ++i) + z->dequant[t][stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[i]] = sixteen ? stbi__get16be(z->s) : stbi__get8(z->s); + L -= (sixteen ? 129 : 65); + } + return L==0; + + case 0xC4: // DHT - define huffman table + L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2; + while (L > 0) { + stbi_uc *v; + int sizes[16],i,n=0; + int q = stbi__get8(z->s); + int tc = q >> 4; + int th = q & 15; + if (tc > 1 || th > 3) return stbi__err("bad DHT header","Corrupt JPEG"); + for (i=0; i < 16; ++i) { + sizes[i] = stbi__get8(z->s); + n += sizes[i]; + } + L -= 17; + if (tc == 0) { + if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_dc+th, sizes)) return 0; + v = z->huff_dc[th].values; + } else { + if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_ac+th, sizes)) return 0; + v = z->huff_ac[th].values; + } + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) + v[i] = stbi__get8(z->s); + if (tc != 0) + stbi__build_fast_ac(z->fast_ac[th], z->huff_ac + th); + L -= n; + } + return L==0; + } + + // check for comment block or APP blocks + if ((m >= 0xE0 && m <= 0xEF) || m == 0xFE) { + L = stbi__get16be(z->s); + if (L < 2) { + if (m == 0xFE) + return stbi__err("bad COM len","Corrupt JPEG"); + else + return stbi__err("bad APP len","Corrupt JPEG"); + } + L -= 2; + + if (m == 0xE0 && L >= 5) { // JFIF APP0 segment + static const unsigned char tag[5] = {'J','F','I','F','\0'}; + int ok = 1; + int i; + for (i=0; i < 5; ++i) + if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i]) + ok = 0; + L -= 5; + if (ok) + z->jfif = 1; + } else if (m == 0xEE && L >= 12) { // Adobe APP14 segment + static const unsigned char tag[6] = {'A','d','o','b','e','\0'}; + int ok = 1; + int i; + for (i=0; i < 6; ++i) + if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i]) + ok = 0; + L -= 6; + if (ok) { + stbi__get8(z->s); // version + stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags0 + stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags1 + z->app14_color_transform = stbi__get8(z->s); // color transform + L -= 6; + } + } + + stbi__skip(z->s, L); + return 1; + } + + return stbi__err("unknown marker","Corrupt JPEG"); +} + +// after we see SOS +static int stbi__process_scan_header(stbi__jpeg *z) +{ + int i; + int Ls = stbi__get16be(z->s); + z->scan_n = stbi__get8(z->s); + if (z->scan_n < 1 || z->scan_n > 4 || z->scan_n > (int) z->s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS component count","Corrupt JPEG"); + if (Ls != 6+2*z->scan_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS len","Corrupt JPEG"); + for (i=0; i < z->scan_n; ++i) { + int id = stbi__get8(z->s), which; + int q = stbi__get8(z->s); + for (which = 0; which < z->s->img_n; ++which) + if (z->img_comp[which].id == id) + break; + if (which == z->s->img_n) return 0; // no match + z->img_comp[which].hd = q >> 4; if (z->img_comp[which].hd > 3) return stbi__err("bad DC huff","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->img_comp[which].ha = q & 15; if (z->img_comp[which].ha > 3) return stbi__err("bad AC huff","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->order[i] = which; + } + + { + int aa; + z->spec_start = stbi__get8(z->s); + z->spec_end = stbi__get8(z->s); // should be 63, but might be 0 + aa = stbi__get8(z->s); + z->succ_high = (aa >> 4); + z->succ_low = (aa & 15); + if (z->progressive) { + if (z->spec_start > 63 || z->spec_end > 63 || z->spec_start > z->spec_end || z->succ_high > 13 || z->succ_low > 13) + return stbi__err("bad SOS", "Corrupt JPEG"); + } else { + if (z->spec_start != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG"); + if (z->succ_high != 0 || z->succ_low != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->spec_end = 63; + } + } + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__free_jpeg_components(stbi__jpeg *z, int ncomp, int why) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < ncomp; ++i) { + if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data) { + STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_data); + z->img_comp[i].raw_data = NULL; + z->img_comp[i].data = NULL; + } + if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff) { + STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff); + z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0; + z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0; + } + if (z->img_comp[i].linebuf) { + STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].linebuf); + z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL; + } + } + return why; +} + +static int stbi__process_frame_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan) +{ + stbi__context *s = z->s; + int Lf,p,i,q, h_max=1,v_max=1,c; + Lf = stbi__get16be(s); if (Lf < 11) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG + p = stbi__get8(s); if (p != 8) return stbi__err("only 8-bit","JPEG format not supported: 8-bit only"); // JPEG baseline + s->img_y = stbi__get16be(s); if (s->img_y == 0) return stbi__err("no header height", "JPEG format not supported: delayed height"); // Legal, but we don't handle it--but neither does IJG + s->img_x = stbi__get16be(s); if (s->img_x == 0) return stbi__err("0 width","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG requires + c = stbi__get8(s); + if (c != 3 && c != 1 && c != 4) return stbi__err("bad component count","Corrupt JPEG"); + s->img_n = c; + for (i=0; i < c; ++i) { + z->img_comp[i].data = NULL; + z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL; + } + + if (Lf != 8+3*s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG"); + + z->rgb = 0; + for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) { + static unsigned char rgb[3] = { 'R', 'G', 'B' }; + z->img_comp[i].id = stbi__get8(s); + if (s->img_n == 3 && z->img_comp[i].id == rgb[i]) + ++z->rgb; + q = stbi__get8(s); + z->img_comp[i].h = (q >> 4); if (!z->img_comp[i].h || z->img_comp[i].h > 4) return stbi__err("bad H","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->img_comp[i].v = q & 15; if (!z->img_comp[i].v || z->img_comp[i].v > 4) return stbi__err("bad V","Corrupt JPEG"); + z->img_comp[i].tq = stbi__get8(s); if (z->img_comp[i].tq > 3) return stbi__err("bad TQ","Corrupt JPEG"); + } + + if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1; + + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_x, s->img_y, s->img_n, 0)) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode"); + + for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) { + if (z->img_comp[i].h > h_max) h_max = z->img_comp[i].h; + if (z->img_comp[i].v > v_max) v_max = z->img_comp[i].v; + } + + // compute interleaved mcu info + z->img_h_max = h_max; + z->img_v_max = v_max; + z->img_mcu_w = h_max * 8; + z->img_mcu_h = v_max * 8; + // these sizes can't be more than 17 bits + z->img_mcu_x = (s->img_x + z->img_mcu_w-1) / z->img_mcu_w; + z->img_mcu_y = (s->img_y + z->img_mcu_h-1) / z->img_mcu_h; + + for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) { + // number of effective pixels (e.g. for non-interleaved MCU) + z->img_comp[i].x = (s->img_x * z->img_comp[i].h + h_max-1) / h_max; + z->img_comp[i].y = (s->img_y * z->img_comp[i].v + v_max-1) / v_max; + // to simplify generation, we'll allocate enough memory to decode + // the bogus oversized data from using interleaved MCUs and their + // big blocks (e.g. a 16x16 iMCU on an image of width 33); we won't + // discard the extra data until colorspace conversion + // + // img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y: <=17 bits; comp[i].h and .v are <=4 (checked earlier) + // so these muls can't overflow with 32-bit ints (which we require) + z->img_comp[i].w2 = z->img_mcu_x * z->img_comp[i].h * 8; + z->img_comp[i].h2 = z->img_mcu_y * z->img_comp[i].v * 8; + z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0; + z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0; + z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL; + z->img_comp[i].raw_data = stbi__malloc_mad2(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, 15); + if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data == NULL) + return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory")); + // align blocks for idct using mmx/sse + z->img_comp[i].data = (stbi_uc*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_data + 15) & ~15); + if (z->progressive) { + // w2, h2 are multiples of 8 (see above) + z->img_comp[i].coeff_w = z->img_comp[i].w2 / 8; + z->img_comp[i].coeff_h = z->img_comp[i].h2 / 8; + z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = stbi__malloc_mad3(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, sizeof(short), 15); + if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff == NULL) + return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory")); + z->img_comp[i].coeff = (short*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff + 15) & ~15); + } + } + + return 1; +} + +// use comparisons since in some cases we handle more than one case (e.g. SOF) +#define stbi__DNL(x) ((x) == 0xdc) +#define stbi__SOI(x) ((x) == 0xd8) +#define stbi__EOI(x) ((x) == 0xd9) +#define stbi__SOF(x) ((x) == 0xc0 || (x) == 0xc1 || (x) == 0xc2) +#define stbi__SOS(x) ((x) == 0xda) + +#define stbi__SOF_progressive(x) ((x) == 0xc2) + +static int stbi__decode_jpeg_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan) +{ + int m; + z->jfif = 0; + z->app14_color_transform = -1; // valid values are 0,1,2 + z->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; // initialize cached marker to empty + m = stbi__get_marker(z); + if (!stbi__SOI(m)) return stbi__err("no SOI","Corrupt JPEG"); + if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1; + m = stbi__get_marker(z); + while (!stbi__SOF(m)) { + if (!stbi__process_marker(z,m)) return 0; + m = stbi__get_marker(z); + while (m == STBI__MARKER_none) { + // some files have extra padding after their blocks, so ok, we'll scan + if (stbi__at_eof(z->s)) return stbi__err("no SOF", "Corrupt JPEG"); + m = stbi__get_marker(z); + } + } + z->progressive = stbi__SOF_progressive(m); + if (!stbi__process_frame_header(z, scan)) return 0; + return 1; +} + +// decode image to YCbCr format +static int stbi__decode_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + int m; + for (m = 0; m < 4; m++) { + j->img_comp[m].raw_data = NULL; + j->img_comp[m].raw_coeff = NULL; + } + j->restart_interval = 0; + if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_load)) return 0; + m = stbi__get_marker(j); + while (!stbi__EOI(m)) { + if (stbi__SOS(m)) { + if (!stbi__process_scan_header(j)) return 0; + if (!stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(j)) return 0; + if (j->marker == STBI__MARKER_none ) { + // handle 0s at the end of image data from IP Kamera 9060 + while (!stbi__at_eof(j->s)) { + int x = stbi__get8(j->s); + if (x == 255) { + j->marker = stbi__get8(j->s); + break; + } + } + // if we reach eof without hitting a marker, stbi__get_marker() below will fail and we'll eventually return 0 + } + } else if (stbi__DNL(m)) { + int Ld = stbi__get16be(j->s); + stbi__uint32 NL = stbi__get16be(j->s); + if (Ld != 4) stbi__err("bad DNL len", "Corrupt JPEG"); + if (NL != j->s->img_y) stbi__err("bad DNL height", "Corrupt JPEG"); + } else { + if (!stbi__process_marker(j, m)) return 0; + } + m = stbi__get_marker(j); + } + if (j->progressive) + stbi__jpeg_finish(j); + return 1; +} + +// static jfif-centered resampling (across block boundaries) + +typedef stbi_uc *(*resample_row_func)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in0, stbi_uc *in1, + int w, int hs); + +#define stbi__div4(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 2)) + +static stbi_uc *resample_row_1(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + STBI_NOTUSED(out); + STBI_NOTUSED(in_far); + STBI_NOTUSED(w); + STBI_NOTUSED(hs); + return in_near; +} + +static stbi_uc* stbi__resample_row_v_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + // need to generate two samples vertically for every one in input + int i; + STBI_NOTUSED(hs); + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) + out[i] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[i] + in_far[i] + 2); + return out; +} + +static stbi_uc* stbi__resample_row_h_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + // need to generate two samples horizontally for every one in input + int i; + stbi_uc *input = in_near; + + if (w == 1) { + // if only one sample, can't do any interpolation + out[0] = out[1] = input[0]; + return out; + } + + out[0] = input[0]; + out[1] = stbi__div4(input[0]*3 + input[1] + 2); + for (i=1; i < w-1; ++i) { + int n = 3*input[i]+2; + out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(n+input[i-1]); + out[i*2+1] = stbi__div4(n+input[i+1]); + } + out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(input[w-2]*3 + input[w-1] + 2); + out[i*2+1] = input[w-1]; + + STBI_NOTUSED(in_far); + STBI_NOTUSED(hs); + + return out; +} + +#define stbi__div16(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 4)) + +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input + int i,t0,t1; + if (w == 1) { + out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2); + return out; + } + + t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0]; + out[0] = stbi__div4(t1+2); + for (i=1; i < w; ++i) { + t0 = t1; + t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i]; + out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8); + out[i*2 ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8); + } + out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2); + + STBI_NOTUSED(hs); + + return out; +} + +#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON) +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input + int i=0,t0,t1; + + if (w == 1) { + out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2); + return out; + } + + t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0]; + // process groups of 8 pixels for as long as we can. + // note we can't handle the last pixel in a row in this loop + // because we need to handle the filter boundary conditions. + for (; i < ((w-1) & ~7); i += 8) { +#if defined(STBI_SSE2) + // load and perform the vertical filtering pass + // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x) + __m128i zero = _mm_setzero_si128(); + __m128i farb = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_far + i)); + __m128i nearb = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_near + i)); + __m128i farw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(farb, zero); + __m128i nearw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(nearb, zero); + __m128i diff = _mm_sub_epi16(farw, nearw); + __m128i nears = _mm_slli_epi16(nearw, 2); + __m128i curr = _mm_add_epi16(nears, diff); // current row + + // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current + // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to + // insert the previous pixel value (from t1). + // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel + // of next block of 8 pixels added in. + __m128i prv0 = _mm_slli_si128(curr, 2); + __m128i nxt0 = _mm_srli_si128(curr, 2); + __m128i prev = _mm_insert_epi16(prv0, t1, 0); + __m128i next = _mm_insert_epi16(nxt0, 3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], 7); + + // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient: + // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur) + // odd pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur) + // note the shared term. + __m128i bias = _mm_set1_epi16(8); + __m128i curs = _mm_slli_epi16(curr, 2); + __m128i prvd = _mm_sub_epi16(prev, curr); + __m128i nxtd = _mm_sub_epi16(next, curr); + __m128i curb = _mm_add_epi16(curs, bias); + __m128i even = _mm_add_epi16(prvd, curb); + __m128i odd = _mm_add_epi16(nxtd, curb); + + // interleave even and odd pixels, then undo scaling. + __m128i int0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(even, odd); + __m128i int1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(even, odd); + __m128i de0 = _mm_srli_epi16(int0, 4); + __m128i de1 = _mm_srli_epi16(int1, 4); + + // pack and write output + __m128i outv = _mm_packus_epi16(de0, de1); + _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + i*2), outv); +#elif defined(STBI_NEON) + // load and perform the vertical filtering pass + // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x) + uint8x8_t farb = vld1_u8(in_far + i); + uint8x8_t nearb = vld1_u8(in_near + i); + int16x8_t diff = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vsubl_u8(farb, nearb)); + int16x8_t nears = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(nearb, 2)); + int16x8_t curr = vaddq_s16(nears, diff); // current row + + // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current + // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to + // insert the previous pixel value (from t1). + // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel + // of next block of 8 pixels added in. + int16x8_t prv0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 7); + int16x8_t nxt0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 1); + int16x8_t prev = vsetq_lane_s16(t1, prv0, 0); + int16x8_t next = vsetq_lane_s16(3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], nxt0, 7); + + // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient: + // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur) + // odd pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur) + // note the shared term. + int16x8_t curs = vshlq_n_s16(curr, 2); + int16x8_t prvd = vsubq_s16(prev, curr); + int16x8_t nxtd = vsubq_s16(next, curr); + int16x8_t even = vaddq_s16(curs, prvd); + int16x8_t odd = vaddq_s16(curs, nxtd); + + // undo scaling and round, then store with even/odd phases interleaved + uint8x8x2_t o; + o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(even, 4); + o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(odd, 4); + vst2_u8(out + i*2, o); +#endif + + // "previous" value for next iter + t1 = 3*in_near[i+7] + in_far[i+7]; + } + + t0 = t1; + t1 = 3*in_near[i] + in_far[i]; + out[i*2] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8); + + for (++i; i < w; ++i) { + t0 = t1; + t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i]; + out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8); + out[i*2 ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8); + } + out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2); + + STBI_NOTUSED(hs); + + return out; +} +#endif + +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_generic(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs) +{ + // resample with nearest-neighbor + int i,j; + STBI_NOTUSED(in_far); + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) + for (j=0; j < hs; ++j) + out[i*hs+j] = in_near[i]; + return out; +} + +// this is a reduced-precision calculation of YCbCr-to-RGB introduced +// to make sure the code produces the same results in both SIMD and scalar +#define stbi__float2fixed(x) (((int) ((x) * 4096.0f + 0.5f)) << 8) +static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < count; ++i) { + int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding + int r,g,b; + int cr = pcr[i] - 128; + int cb = pcb[i] - 128; + r = y_fixed + cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f); + g = y_fixed + (cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f)) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000); + b = y_fixed + cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f); + r >>= 20; + g >>= 20; + b >>= 20; + if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; } + if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; } + if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; } + out[0] = (stbi_uc)r; + out[1] = (stbi_uc)g; + out[2] = (stbi_uc)b; + out[3] = 255; + out += step; + } +} + +#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON) +static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc const *y, stbi_uc const *pcb, stbi_uc const *pcr, int count, int step) +{ + int i = 0; + +#ifdef STBI_SSE2 + // step == 3 is pretty ugly on the final interleave, and i'm not convinced + // it's useful in practice (you wouldn't use it for textures, for example). + // so just accelerate step == 4 case. + if (step == 4) { + // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized. + __m128i signflip = _mm_set1_epi8(-0x80); + __m128i cr_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16( (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + __m128i cr_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + __m128i cb_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + __m128i cb_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16( (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + __m128i y_bias = _mm_set1_epi8((char) (unsigned char) 128); + __m128i xw = _mm_set1_epi16(255); // alpha channel + + for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) { + // load + __m128i y_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (y+i)); + __m128i cr_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcr+i)); + __m128i cb_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcb+i)); + __m128i cr_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cr_bytes, signflip); // -128 + __m128i cb_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cb_bytes, signflip); // -128 + + // unpack to short (and left-shift cr, cb by 8) + __m128i yw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(y_bias, y_bytes); + __m128i crw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cr_biased); + __m128i cbw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cb_biased); + + // color transform + __m128i yws = _mm_srli_epi16(yw, 4); + __m128i cr0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cr_const0, crw); + __m128i cb0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cb_const0, cbw); + __m128i cb1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cbw, cb_const1); + __m128i cr1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(crw, cr_const1); + __m128i rws = _mm_add_epi16(cr0, yws); + __m128i gwt = _mm_add_epi16(cb0, yws); + __m128i bws = _mm_add_epi16(yws, cb1); + __m128i gws = _mm_add_epi16(gwt, cr1); + + // descale + __m128i rw = _mm_srai_epi16(rws, 4); + __m128i bw = _mm_srai_epi16(bws, 4); + __m128i gw = _mm_srai_epi16(gws, 4); + + // back to byte, set up for transpose + __m128i brb = _mm_packus_epi16(rw, bw); + __m128i gxb = _mm_packus_epi16(gw, xw); + + // transpose to interleave channels + __m128i t0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(brb, gxb); + __m128i t1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(brb, gxb); + __m128i o0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(t0, t1); + __m128i o1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(t0, t1); + + // store + _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 0), o0); + _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 16), o1); + out += 32; + } + } +#endif + +#ifdef STBI_NEON + // in this version, step=3 support would be easy to add. but is there demand? + if (step == 4) { + // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized. + uint8x8_t signflip = vdup_n_u8(0x80); + int16x8_t cr_const0 = vdupq_n_s16( (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + int16x8_t cr_const1 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + int16x8_t cb_const0 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + int16x8_t cb_const1 = vdupq_n_s16( (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f)); + + for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) { + // load + uint8x8_t y_bytes = vld1_u8(y + i); + uint8x8_t cr_bytes = vld1_u8(pcr + i); + uint8x8_t cb_bytes = vld1_u8(pcb + i); + int8x8_t cr_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cr_bytes, signflip)); + int8x8_t cb_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cb_bytes, signflip)); + + // expand to s16 + int16x8_t yws = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(y_bytes, 4)); + int16x8_t crw = vshll_n_s8(cr_biased, 7); + int16x8_t cbw = vshll_n_s8(cb_biased, 7); + + // color transform + int16x8_t cr0 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const0); + int16x8_t cb0 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const0); + int16x8_t cr1 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const1); + int16x8_t cb1 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const1); + int16x8_t rws = vaddq_s16(yws, cr0); + int16x8_t gws = vaddq_s16(vaddq_s16(yws, cb0), cr1); + int16x8_t bws = vaddq_s16(yws, cb1); + + // undo scaling, round, convert to byte + uint8x8x4_t o; + o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(rws, 4); + o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(gws, 4); + o.val[2] = vqrshrun_n_s16(bws, 4); + o.val[3] = vdup_n_u8(255); + + // store, interleaving r/g/b/a + vst4_u8(out, o); + out += 8*4; + } + } +#endif + + for (; i < count; ++i) { + int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding + int r,g,b; + int cr = pcr[i] - 128; + int cb = pcb[i] - 128; + r = y_fixed + cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f); + g = y_fixed + cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000); + b = y_fixed + cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f); + r >>= 20; + g >>= 20; + b >>= 20; + if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; } + if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; } + if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; } + out[0] = (stbi_uc)r; + out[1] = (stbi_uc)g; + out[2] = (stbi_uc)b; + out[3] = 255; + out += step; + } +} +#endif + +// set up the kernels +static void stbi__setup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_block; + j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row; + j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2; + +#ifdef STBI_SSE2 + if (stbi__sse2_available()) { + j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd; + j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd; + j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd; + } +#endif + +#ifdef STBI_NEON + j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd; + j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd; + j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd; +#endif +} + +// clean up the temporary component buffers +static void stbi__cleanup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j) +{ + stbi__free_jpeg_components(j, j->s->img_n, 0); +} + +typedef struct +{ + resample_row_func resample; + stbi_uc *line0,*line1; + int hs,vs; // expansion factor in each axis + int w_lores; // horizontal pixels pre-expansion + int ystep; // how far through vertical expansion we are + int ypos; // which pre-expansion row we're on +} stbi__resample; + +// fast 0..255 * 0..255 => 0..255 rounded multiplication +static stbi_uc stbi__blinn_8x8(stbi_uc x, stbi_uc y) +{ + unsigned int t = x*y + 128; + return (stbi_uc) ((t + (t >>8)) >> 8); +} + +static stbi_uc *load_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *z, int *out_x, int *out_y, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + int n, decode_n, is_rgb; + z->s->img_n = 0; // make stbi__cleanup_jpeg safe + + // validate req_comp + if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error"); + + // load a jpeg image from whichever source, but leave in YCbCr format + if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_image(z)) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return NULL; } + + // determine actual number of components to generate + n = req_comp ? req_comp : z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1; + + is_rgb = z->s->img_n == 3 && (z->rgb == 3 || (z->app14_color_transform == 0 && !z->jfif)); + + if (z->s->img_n == 3 && n < 3 && !is_rgb) + decode_n = 1; + else + decode_n = z->s->img_n; + + // resample and color-convert + { + int k; + unsigned int i,j; + stbi_uc *output; + stbi_uc *coutput[4]; + + stbi__resample res_comp[4]; + + for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) { + stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k]; + + // allocate line buffer big enough for upsampling off the edges + // with upsample factor of 4 + z->img_comp[k].linebuf = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(z->s->img_x + 3); + if (!z->img_comp[k].linebuf) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); } + + r->hs = z->img_h_max / z->img_comp[k].h; + r->vs = z->img_v_max / z->img_comp[k].v; + r->ystep = r->vs >> 1; + r->w_lores = (z->s->img_x + r->hs-1) / r->hs; + r->ypos = 0; + r->line0 = r->line1 = z->img_comp[k].data; + + if (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = resample_row_1; + else if (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_v_2; + else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_h_2; + else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = z->resample_row_hv_2_kernel; + else r->resample = stbi__resample_row_generic; + } + + // can't error after this so, this is safe + output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(n, z->s->img_x, z->s->img_y, 1); + if (!output) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); } + + // now go ahead and resample + for (j=0; j < z->s->img_y; ++j) { + stbi_uc *out = output + n * z->s->img_x * j; + for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) { + stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k]; + int y_bot = r->ystep >= (r->vs >> 1); + coutput[k] = r->resample(z->img_comp[k].linebuf, + y_bot ? r->line1 : r->line0, + y_bot ? r->line0 : r->line1, + r->w_lores, r->hs); + if (++r->ystep >= r->vs) { + r->ystep = 0; + r->line0 = r->line1; + if (++r->ypos < z->img_comp[k].y) + r->line1 += z->img_comp[k].w2; + } + } + if (n >= 3) { + stbi_uc *y = coutput[0]; + if (z->s->img_n == 3) { + if (is_rgb) { + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + out[0] = y[i]; + out[1] = coutput[1][i]; + out[2] = coutput[2][i]; + out[3] = 255; + out += n; + } + } else { + z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n); + } + } else if (z->s->img_n == 4) { + if (z->app14_color_transform == 0) { // CMYK + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + stbi_uc k = coutput[3][i]; + out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], k); + out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], k); + out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], k); + out[3] = 255; + out += n; + } + } else if (z->app14_color_transform == 2) { // YCCK + z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n); + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + stbi_uc k = coutput[3][i]; + out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[0], k); + out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[1], k); + out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[2], k); + out += n; + } + } else { // YCbCr + alpha? Ignore the fourth channel for now + z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n); + } + } else + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + out[0] = out[1] = out[2] = y[i]; + out[3] = 255; // not used if n==3 + out += n; + } + } else { + if (is_rgb) { + if (n == 1) + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) + *out++ = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]); + else { + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i, out += 2) { + out[0] = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]); + out[1] = 255; + } + } + } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 0) { + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + stbi_uc k = coutput[3][i]; + stbi_uc r = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], k); + stbi_uc g = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], k); + stbi_uc b = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], k); + out[0] = stbi__compute_y(r, g, b); + out[1] = 255; + out += n; + } + } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 2) { + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { + out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - coutput[0][i], coutput[3][i]); + out[1] = 255; + out += n; + } + } else { + stbi_uc *y = coutput[0]; + if (n == 1) + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) out[i] = y[i]; + else + for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) *out++ = y[i], *out++ = 255; + } + } + } + stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); + *out_x = z->s->img_x; + *out_y = z->s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1; // report original components, not output + return output; + } +} + +static void *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + unsigned char* result; + stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg)); + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + j->s = s; + stbi__setup_jpeg(j); + result = load_jpeg_image(j, x,y,comp,req_comp); + STBI_FREE(j); + return result; +} + +static int stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r; + stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*)stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg)); + j->s = s; + stbi__setup_jpeg(j); + r = stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_type); + stbi__rewind(s); + STBI_FREE(j); + return r; +} + +static int stbi__jpeg_info_raw(stbi__jpeg *j, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_header)) { + stbi__rewind( j->s ); + return 0; + } + if (x) *x = j->s->img_x; + if (y) *y = j->s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = j->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int result; + stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) (stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg))); + j->s = s; + result = stbi__jpeg_info_raw(j, x, y, comp); + STBI_FREE(j); + return result; +} +#endif + +// public domain zlib decode v0.2 Sean Barrett 2006-11-18 +// simple implementation +// - all input must be provided in an upfront buffer +// - all output is written to a single output buffer (can malloc/realloc) +// performance +// - fast huffman + +#ifndef STBI_NO_ZLIB + +// fast-way is faster to check than jpeg huffman, but slow way is slower +#define STBI__ZFAST_BITS 9 // accelerate all cases in default tables +#define STBI__ZFAST_MASK ((1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS) - 1) + +// zlib-style huffman encoding +// (jpegs packs from left, zlib from right, so can't share code) +typedef struct +{ + stbi__uint16 fast[1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS]; + stbi__uint16 firstcode[16]; + int maxcode[17]; + stbi__uint16 firstsymbol[16]; + stbi_uc size[288]; + stbi__uint16 value[288]; +} stbi__zhuffman; + +stbi_inline static int stbi__bitreverse16(int n) +{ + n = ((n & 0xAAAA) >> 1) | ((n & 0x5555) << 1); + n = ((n & 0xCCCC) >> 2) | ((n & 0x3333) << 2); + n = ((n & 0xF0F0) >> 4) | ((n & 0x0F0F) << 4); + n = ((n & 0xFF00) >> 8) | ((n & 0x00FF) << 8); + return n; +} + +stbi_inline static int stbi__bit_reverse(int v, int bits) +{ + STBI_ASSERT(bits <= 16); + // to bit reverse n bits, reverse 16 and shift + // e.g. 11 bits, bit reverse and shift away 5 + return stbi__bitreverse16(v) >> (16-bits); +} + +static int stbi__zbuild_huffman(stbi__zhuffman *z, const stbi_uc *sizelist, int num) +{ + int i,k=0; + int code, next_code[16], sizes[17]; + + // DEFLATE spec for generating codes + memset(sizes, 0, sizeof(sizes)); + memset(z->fast, 0, sizeof(z->fast)); + for (i=0; i < num; ++i) + ++sizes[sizelist[i]]; + sizes[0] = 0; + for (i=1; i < 16; ++i) + if (sizes[i] > (1 << i)) + return stbi__err("bad sizes", "Corrupt PNG"); + code = 0; + for (i=1; i < 16; ++i) { + next_code[i] = code; + z->firstcode[i] = (stbi__uint16) code; + z->firstsymbol[i] = (stbi__uint16) k; + code = (code + sizes[i]); + if (sizes[i]) + if (code-1 >= (1 << i)) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG"); + z->maxcode[i] = code << (16-i); // preshift for inner loop + code <<= 1; + k += sizes[i]; + } + z->maxcode[16] = 0x10000; // sentinel + for (i=0; i < num; ++i) { + int s = sizelist[i]; + if (s) { + int c = next_code[s] - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s]; + stbi__uint16 fastv = (stbi__uint16) ((s << 9) | i); + z->size [c] = (stbi_uc ) s; + z->value[c] = (stbi__uint16) i; + if (s <= STBI__ZFAST_BITS) { + int j = stbi__bit_reverse(next_code[s],s); + while (j < (1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS)) { + z->fast[j] = fastv; + j += (1 << s); + } + } + ++next_code[s]; + } + } + return 1; +} + +// zlib-from-memory implementation for PNG reading +// because PNG allows splitting the zlib stream arbitrarily, +// and it's annoying structurally to have PNG call ZLIB call PNG, +// we require PNG read all the IDATs and combine them into a single +// memory buffer + +typedef struct +{ + stbi_uc *zbuffer, *zbuffer_end; + int num_bits; + stbi__uint32 code_buffer; + + char *zout; + char *zout_start; + char *zout_end; + int z_expandable; + + stbi__zhuffman z_length, z_distance; +} stbi__zbuf; + +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__zget8(stbi__zbuf *z) +{ + if (z->zbuffer >= z->zbuffer_end) return 0; + return *z->zbuffer++; +} + +static void stbi__fill_bits(stbi__zbuf *z) +{ + do { + STBI_ASSERT(z->code_buffer < (1U << z->num_bits)); + z->code_buffer |= (unsigned int) stbi__zget8(z) << z->num_bits; + z->num_bits += 8; + } while (z->num_bits <= 24); +} + +stbi_inline static unsigned int stbi__zreceive(stbi__zbuf *z, int n) +{ + unsigned int k; + if (z->num_bits < n) stbi__fill_bits(z); + k = z->code_buffer & ((1 << n) - 1); + z->code_buffer >>= n; + z->num_bits -= n; + return k; +} + +static int stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z) +{ + int b,s,k; + // not resolved by fast table, so compute it the slow way + // use jpeg approach, which requires MSbits at top + k = stbi__bit_reverse(a->code_buffer, 16); + for (s=STBI__ZFAST_BITS+1; ; ++s) + if (k < z->maxcode[s]) + break; + if (s == 16) return -1; // invalid code! + // code size is s, so: + b = (k >> (16-s)) - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s]; + STBI_ASSERT(z->size[b] == s); + a->code_buffer >>= s; + a->num_bits -= s; + return z->value[b]; +} + +stbi_inline static int stbi__zhuffman_decode(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z) +{ + int b,s; + if (a->num_bits < 16) stbi__fill_bits(a); + b = z->fast[a->code_buffer & STBI__ZFAST_MASK]; + if (b) { + s = b >> 9; + a->code_buffer >>= s; + a->num_bits -= s; + return b & 511; + } + return stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(a, z); +} + +static int stbi__zexpand(stbi__zbuf *z, char *zout, int n) // need to make room for n bytes +{ + char *q; + int cur, limit, old_limit; + z->zout = zout; + if (!z->z_expandable) return stbi__err("output buffer limit","Corrupt PNG"); + cur = (int) (z->zout - z->zout_start); + limit = old_limit = (int) (z->zout_end - z->zout_start); + while (cur + n > limit) + limit *= 2; + q = (char *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->zout_start, old_limit, limit); + STBI_NOTUSED(old_limit); + if (q == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + z->zout_start = q; + z->zout = q + cur; + z->zout_end = q + limit; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__zlength_base[31] = { + 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13, + 15,17,19,23,27,31,35,43,51,59, + 67,83,99,115,131,163,195,227,258,0,0 }; + +static int stbi__zlength_extra[31]= +{ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3,4,4,4,4,5,5,5,5,0,0,0 }; + +static int stbi__zdist_base[32] = { 1,2,3,4,5,7,9,13,17,25,33,49,65,97,129,193, +257,385,513,769,1025,1537,2049,3073,4097,6145,8193,12289,16385,24577,0,0}; + +static int stbi__zdist_extra[32] = +{ 0,0,0,0,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,13,13}; + +static int stbi__parse_huffman_block(stbi__zbuf *a) +{ + char *zout = a->zout; + for(;;) { + int z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_length); + if (z < 256) { + if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG"); // error in huffman codes + if (zout >= a->zout_end) { + if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, 1)) return 0; + zout = a->zout; + } + *zout++ = (char) z; + } else { + stbi_uc *p; + int len,dist; + if (z == 256) { + a->zout = zout; + return 1; + } + z -= 257; + len = stbi__zlength_base[z]; + if (stbi__zlength_extra[z]) len += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zlength_extra[z]); + z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_distance); + if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG"); + dist = stbi__zdist_base[z]; + if (stbi__zdist_extra[z]) dist += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zdist_extra[z]); + if (zout - a->zout_start < dist) return stbi__err("bad dist","Corrupt PNG"); + if (zout + len > a->zout_end) { + if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, len)) return 0; + zout = a->zout; + } + p = (stbi_uc *) (zout - dist); + if (dist == 1) { // run of one byte; common in images. + stbi_uc v = *p; + if (len) { do *zout++ = v; while (--len); } + } else { + if (len) { do *zout++ = *p++; while (--len); } + } + } + } +} + +static int stbi__compute_huffman_codes(stbi__zbuf *a) +{ + static stbi_uc length_dezigzag[19] = { 16,17,18,0,8,7,9,6,10,5,11,4,12,3,13,2,14,1,15 }; + stbi__zhuffman z_codelength; + stbi_uc lencodes[286+32+137];//padding for maximum single op + stbi_uc codelength_sizes[19]; + int i,n; + + int hlit = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 257; + int hdist = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 1; + int hclen = stbi__zreceive(a,4) + 4; + int ntot = hlit + hdist; + + memset(codelength_sizes, 0, sizeof(codelength_sizes)); + for (i=0; i < hclen; ++i) { + int s = stbi__zreceive(a,3); + codelength_sizes[length_dezigzag[i]] = (stbi_uc) s; + } + if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&z_codelength, codelength_sizes, 19)) return 0; + + n = 0; + while (n < ntot) { + int c = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &z_codelength); + if (c < 0 || c >= 19) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG"); + if (c < 16) + lencodes[n++] = (stbi_uc) c; + else { + stbi_uc fill = 0; + if (c == 16) { + c = stbi__zreceive(a,2)+3; + if (n == 0) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG"); + fill = lencodes[n-1]; + } else if (c == 17) + c = stbi__zreceive(a,3)+3; + else { + STBI_ASSERT(c == 18); + c = stbi__zreceive(a,7)+11; + } + if (ntot - n < c) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG"); + memset(lencodes+n, fill, c); + n += c; + } + } + if (n != ntot) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG"); + if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length, lencodes, hlit)) return 0; + if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, lencodes+hlit, hdist)) return 0; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(stbi__zbuf *a) +{ + stbi_uc header[4]; + int len,nlen,k; + if (a->num_bits & 7) + stbi__zreceive(a, a->num_bits & 7); // discard + // drain the bit-packed data into header + k = 0; + while (a->num_bits > 0) { + header[k++] = (stbi_uc) (a->code_buffer & 255); // suppress MSVC run-time check + a->code_buffer >>= 8; + a->num_bits -= 8; + } + STBI_ASSERT(a->num_bits == 0); + // now fill header the normal way + while (k < 4) + header[k++] = stbi__zget8(a); + len = header[1] * 256 + header[0]; + nlen = header[3] * 256 + header[2]; + if (nlen != (len ^ 0xffff)) return stbi__err("zlib corrupt","Corrupt PNG"); + if (a->zbuffer + len > a->zbuffer_end) return stbi__err("read past buffer","Corrupt PNG"); + if (a->zout + len > a->zout_end) + if (!stbi__zexpand(a, a->zout, len)) return 0; + memcpy(a->zout, a->zbuffer, len); + a->zbuffer += len; + a->zout += len; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__parse_zlib_header(stbi__zbuf *a) +{ + int cmf = stbi__zget8(a); + int cm = cmf & 15; + /* int cinfo = cmf >> 4; */ + int flg = stbi__zget8(a); + if ((cmf*256+flg) % 31 != 0) return stbi__err("bad zlib header","Corrupt PNG"); // zlib spec + if (flg & 32) return stbi__err("no preset dict","Corrupt PNG"); // preset dictionary not allowed in png + if (cm != 8) return stbi__err("bad compression","Corrupt PNG"); // DEFLATE required for png + // window = 1 << (8 + cinfo)... but who cares, we fully buffer output + return 1; +} + +static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_length[288] = +{ + 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, + 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, + 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, + 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, + 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, + 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, + 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, + 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, + 7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7, 7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8 +}; +static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_distance[32] = +{ + 5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5 +}; +/* +Init algorithm: +{ + int i; // use <= to match clearly with spec + for (i=0; i <= 143; ++i) stbi__zdefault_length[i] = 8; + for ( ; i <= 255; ++i) stbi__zdefault_length[i] = 9; + for ( ; i <= 279; ++i) stbi__zdefault_length[i] = 7; + for ( ; i <= 287; ++i) stbi__zdefault_length[i] = 8; + + for (i=0; i <= 31; ++i) stbi__zdefault_distance[i] = 5; +} +*/ + +static int stbi__parse_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, int parse_header) +{ + int final, type; + if (parse_header) + if (!stbi__parse_zlib_header(a)) return 0; + a->num_bits = 0; + a->code_buffer = 0; + do { + final = stbi__zreceive(a,1); + type = stbi__zreceive(a,2); + if (type == 0) { + if (!stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(a)) return 0; + } else if (type == 3) { + return 0; + } else { + if (type == 1) { + // use fixed code lengths + if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length , stbi__zdefault_length , 288)) return 0; + if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, stbi__zdefault_distance, 32)) return 0; + } else { + if (!stbi__compute_huffman_codes(a)) return 0; + } + if (!stbi__parse_huffman_block(a)) return 0; + } + } while (!final); + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__do_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, char *obuf, int olen, int exp, int parse_header) +{ + a->zout_start = obuf; + a->zout = obuf; + a->zout_end = obuf + olen; + a->z_expandable = exp; + + return stbi__parse_zlib(a, parse_header); +} + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen) +{ + stbi__zbuf a; + char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size); + if (p == NULL) return NULL; + a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer; + a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len; + if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, 1)) { + if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start); + return a.zout_start; + } else { + STBI_FREE(a.zout_start); + return NULL; + } +} + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen) +{ + return stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(buffer, len, 16384, outlen); +} + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header) +{ + stbi__zbuf a; + char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size); + if (p == NULL) return NULL; + a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer; + a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len; + if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, parse_header)) { + if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start); + return a.zout_start; + } else { + STBI_FREE(a.zout_start); + return NULL; + } +} + +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, char const *ibuffer, int ilen) +{ + stbi__zbuf a; + a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer; + a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen; + if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 1)) + return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start); + else + return -1; +} + +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen) +{ + stbi__zbuf a; + char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(16384); + if (p == NULL) return NULL; + a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer; + a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len; + if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, 16384, 1, 0)) { + if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start); + return a.zout_start; + } else { + STBI_FREE(a.zout_start); + return NULL; + } +} + +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen) +{ + stbi__zbuf a; + a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer; + a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen; + if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 0)) + return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start); + else + return -1; +} +#endif + +// public domain "baseline" PNG decoder v0.10 Sean Barrett 2006-11-18 +// simple implementation +// - only 8-bit samples +// - no CRC checking +// - allocates lots of intermediate memory +// - avoids problem of streaming data between subsystems +// - avoids explicit window management +// performance +// - uses stb_zlib, a PD zlib implementation with fast huffman decoding + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG +typedef struct +{ + stbi__uint32 length; + stbi__uint32 type; +} stbi__pngchunk; + +static stbi__pngchunk stbi__get_chunk_header(stbi__context *s) +{ + stbi__pngchunk c; + c.length = stbi__get32be(s); + c.type = stbi__get32be(s); + return c; +} + +static int stbi__check_png_header(stbi__context *s) +{ + static stbi_uc png_sig[8] = { 137,80,78,71,13,10,26,10 }; + int i; + for (i=0; i < 8; ++i) + if (stbi__get8(s) != png_sig[i]) return stbi__err("bad png sig","Not a PNG"); + return 1; +} + +typedef struct +{ + stbi__context *s; + stbi_uc *idata, *expanded, *out; + int depth; +} stbi__png; + + +enum { + STBI__F_none=0, + STBI__F_sub=1, + STBI__F_up=2, + STBI__F_avg=3, + STBI__F_paeth=4, + // synthetic filters used for first scanline to avoid needing a dummy row of 0s + STBI__F_avg_first, + STBI__F_paeth_first +}; + +static stbi_uc first_row_filter[5] = +{ + STBI__F_none, + STBI__F_sub, + STBI__F_none, + STBI__F_avg_first, + STBI__F_paeth_first +}; + +static int stbi__paeth(int a, int b, int c) +{ + int p = a + b - c; + int pa = abs(p-a); + int pb = abs(p-b); + int pc = abs(p-c); + if (pa <= pb && pa <= pc) return a; + if (pb <= pc) return b; + return c; +} + +static stbi_uc stbi__depth_scale_table[9] = { 0, 0xff, 0x55, 0, 0x11, 0,0,0, 0x01 }; + +// create the png data from post-deflated data +static int stbi__create_png_image_raw(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *raw, stbi__uint32 raw_len, int out_n, stbi__uint32 x, stbi__uint32 y, int depth, int color) +{ + int bytes = (depth == 16? 2 : 1); + stbi__context *s = a->s; + stbi__uint32 i,j,stride = x*out_n*bytes; + stbi__uint32 img_len, img_width_bytes; + int k; + int img_n = s->img_n; // copy it into a local for later + + int output_bytes = out_n*bytes; + int filter_bytes = img_n*bytes; + int width = x; + + STBI_ASSERT(out_n == s->img_n || out_n == s->img_n+1); + a->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, output_bytes, 0); // extra bytes to write off the end into + if (!a->out) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + img_width_bytes = (((img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3); + img_len = (img_width_bytes + 1) * y; + if (s->img_x == x && s->img_y == y) { + if (raw_len != img_len) return stbi__err("not enough pixels","Corrupt PNG"); + } else { // interlaced: + if (raw_len < img_len) return stbi__err("not enough pixels","Corrupt PNG"); + } + + for (j=0; j < y; ++j) { + stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j; + stbi_uc *prior; + int filter = *raw++; + + if (filter > 4) + return stbi__err("invalid filter","Corrupt PNG"); + + if (depth < 8) { + STBI_ASSERT(img_width_bytes <= x); + cur += x*out_n - img_width_bytes; // store output to the rightmost img_len bytes, so we can decode in place + filter_bytes = 1; + width = img_width_bytes; + } + prior = cur - stride; // bugfix: need to compute this after 'cur +=' computation above + + // if first row, use special filter that doesn't sample previous row + if (j == 0) filter = first_row_filter[filter]; + + // handle first byte explicitly + for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k) { + switch (filter) { + case STBI__F_none : cur[k] = raw[k]; break; + case STBI__F_sub : cur[k] = raw[k]; break; + case STBI__F_up : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); break; + case STBI__F_avg : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (prior[k]>>1)); break; + case STBI__F_paeth : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(0,prior[k],0)); break; + case STBI__F_avg_first : cur[k] = raw[k]; break; + case STBI__F_paeth_first: cur[k] = raw[k]; break; + } + } + + if (depth == 8) { + if (img_n != out_n) + cur[img_n] = 255; // first pixel + raw += img_n; + cur += out_n; + prior += out_n; + } else if (depth == 16) { + if (img_n != out_n) { + cur[filter_bytes] = 255; // first pixel top byte + cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255; // first pixel bottom byte + } + raw += filter_bytes; + cur += output_bytes; + prior += output_bytes; + } else { + raw += 1; + cur += 1; + prior += 1; + } + + // this is a little gross, so that we don't switch per-pixel or per-component + if (depth < 8 || img_n == out_n) { + int nk = (width - 1)*filter_bytes; + #define STBI__CASE(f) \ + case f: \ + for (k=0; k < nk; ++k) + switch (filter) { + // "none" filter turns into a memcpy here; make that explicit. + case STBI__F_none: memcpy(cur, raw, nk); break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes]); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes])>>1)); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],prior[k],prior[k-filter_bytes])); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k-filter_bytes] >> 1)); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],0,0)); } break; + } + #undef STBI__CASE + raw += nk; + } else { + STBI_ASSERT(img_n+1 == out_n); + #define STBI__CASE(f) \ + case f: \ + for (i=x-1; i >= 1; --i, cur[filter_bytes]=255,raw+=filter_bytes,cur+=output_bytes,prior+=output_bytes) \ + for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k) + switch (filter) { + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_none) { cur[k] = raw[k]; } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k- output_bytes]); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k- output_bytes])>>1)); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],prior[k],prior[k- output_bytes])); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k- output_bytes] >> 1)); } break; + STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first) { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],0,0)); } break; + } + #undef STBI__CASE + + // the loop above sets the high byte of the pixels' alpha, but for + // 16 bit png files we also need the low byte set. we'll do that here. + if (depth == 16) { + cur = a->out + stride*j; // start at the beginning of the row again + for (i=0; i < x; ++i,cur+=output_bytes) { + cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255; + } + } + } + } + + // we make a separate pass to expand bits to pixels; for performance, + // this could run two scanlines behind the above code, so it won't + // intefere with filtering but will still be in the cache. + if (depth < 8) { + for (j=0; j < y; ++j) { + stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j; + stbi_uc *in = a->out + stride*j + x*out_n - img_width_bytes; + // unpack 1/2/4-bit into a 8-bit buffer. allows us to keep the common 8-bit path optimal at minimal cost for 1/2/4-bit + // png guarante byte alignment, if width is not multiple of 8/4/2 we'll decode dummy trailing data that will be skipped in the later loop + stbi_uc scale = (color == 0) ? stbi__depth_scale_table[depth] : 1; // scale grayscale values to 0..255 range + + // note that the final byte might overshoot and write more data than desired. + // we can allocate enough data that this never writes out of memory, but it + // could also overwrite the next scanline. can it overwrite non-empty data + // on the next scanline? yes, consider 1-pixel-wide scanlines with 1-bit-per-pixel. + // so we need to explicitly clamp the final ones + + if (depth == 4) { + for (k=x*img_n; k >= 2; k-=2, ++in) { + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) ); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in ) & 0x0f); + } + if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) ); + } else if (depth == 2) { + for (k=x*img_n; k >= 4; k-=4, ++in) { + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) ); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in ) & 0x03); + } + if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) ); + if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03); + if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03); + } else if (depth == 1) { + for (k=x*img_n; k >= 8; k-=8, ++in) { + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7) ); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01); + *cur++ = scale * ((*in ) & 0x01); + } + if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7) ); + if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01); + if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01); + if (k > 3) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01); + if (k > 4) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01); + if (k > 5) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01); + if (k > 6) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01); + } + if (img_n != out_n) { + int q; + // insert alpha = 255 + cur = a->out + stride*j; + if (img_n == 1) { + for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) { + cur[q*2+1] = 255; + cur[q*2+0] = cur[q]; + } + } else { + STBI_ASSERT(img_n == 3); + for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) { + cur[q*4+3] = 255; + cur[q*4+2] = cur[q*3+2]; + cur[q*4+1] = cur[q*3+1]; + cur[q*4+0] = cur[q*3+0]; + } + } + } + } + } else if (depth == 16) { + // force the image data from big-endian to platform-native. + // this is done in a separate pass due to the decoding relying + // on the data being untouched, but could probably be done + // per-line during decode if care is taken. + stbi_uc *cur = a->out; + stbi__uint16 *cur16 = (stbi__uint16*)cur; + + for(i=0; i < x*y*out_n; ++i,cur16++,cur+=2) { + *cur16 = (cur[0] << 8) | cur[1]; + } + } + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__create_png_image(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *image_data, stbi__uint32 image_data_len, int out_n, int depth, int color, int interlaced) +{ + int bytes = (depth == 16 ? 2 : 1); + int out_bytes = out_n * bytes; + stbi_uc *final; + int p; + if (!interlaced) + return stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, depth, color); + + // de-interlacing + final = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, out_bytes, 0); + for (p=0; p < 7; ++p) { + int xorig[] = { 0,4,0,2,0,1,0 }; + int yorig[] = { 0,0,4,0,2,0,1 }; + int xspc[] = { 8,8,4,4,2,2,1 }; + int yspc[] = { 8,8,8,4,4,2,2 }; + int i,j,x,y; + // pass1_x[4] = 0, pass1_x[5] = 1, pass1_x[12] = 1 + x = (a->s->img_x - xorig[p] + xspc[p]-1) / xspc[p]; + y = (a->s->img_y - yorig[p] + yspc[p]-1) / yspc[p]; + if (x && y) { + stbi__uint32 img_len = ((((a->s->img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3) + 1) * y; + if (!stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, x, y, depth, color)) { + STBI_FREE(final); + return 0; + } + for (j=0; j < y; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < x; ++i) { + int out_y = j*yspc[p]+yorig[p]; + int out_x = i*xspc[p]+xorig[p]; + memcpy(final + out_y*a->s->img_x*out_bytes + out_x*out_bytes, + a->out + (j*x+i)*out_bytes, out_bytes); + } + } + STBI_FREE(a->out); + image_data += img_len; + image_data_len -= img_len; + } + } + a->out = final; + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__compute_transparency(stbi__png *z, stbi_uc tc[3], int out_n) +{ + stbi__context *s = z->s; + stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y; + stbi_uc *p = z->out; + + // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've + // already got 255 as the alpha value in the output + STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4); + + if (out_n == 2) { + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 255); + p += 2; + } + } else { + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2]) + p[3] = 0; + p += 4; + } + } + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__compute_transparency16(stbi__png *z, stbi__uint16 tc[3], int out_n) +{ + stbi__context *s = z->s; + stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y; + stbi__uint16 *p = (stbi__uint16*) z->out; + + // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've + // already got 65535 as the alpha value in the output + STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4); + + if (out_n == 2) { + for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 65535); + p += 2; + } + } else { + for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2]) + p[3] = 0; + p += 4; + } + } + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__expand_png_palette(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *palette, int len, int pal_img_n) +{ + stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = a->s->img_x * a->s->img_y; + stbi_uc *p, *temp_out, *orig = a->out; + + p = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(pixel_count, pal_img_n, 0); + if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + // between here and free(out) below, exitting would leak + temp_out = p; + + if (pal_img_n == 3) { + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + int n = orig[i]*4; + p[0] = palette[n ]; + p[1] = palette[n+1]; + p[2] = palette[n+2]; + p += 3; + } + } else { + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + int n = orig[i]*4; + p[0] = palette[n ]; + p[1] = palette[n+1]; + p[2] = palette[n+2]; + p[3] = palette[n+3]; + p += 4; + } + } + STBI_FREE(a->out); + a->out = temp_out; + + STBI_NOTUSED(len); + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = 0; +static int stbi__de_iphone_flag = 0; + +STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply) +{ + stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply; +} + +STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert) +{ + stbi__de_iphone_flag = flag_true_if_should_convert; +} + +static void stbi__de_iphone(stbi__png *z) +{ + stbi__context *s = z->s; + stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y; + stbi_uc *p = z->out; + + if (s->img_out_n == 3) { // convert bgr to rgb + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + stbi_uc t = p[0]; + p[0] = p[2]; + p[2] = t; + p += 3; + } + } else { + STBI_ASSERT(s->img_out_n == 4); + if (stbi__unpremultiply_on_load) { + // convert bgr to rgb and unpremultiply + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + stbi_uc a = p[3]; + stbi_uc t = p[0]; + if (a) { + p[0] = p[2] * 255 / a; + p[1] = p[1] * 255 / a; + p[2] = t * 255 / a; + } else { + p[0] = p[2]; + p[2] = t; + } + p += 4; + } + } else { + // convert bgr to rgb + for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) { + stbi_uc t = p[0]; + p[0] = p[2]; + p[2] = t; + p += 4; + } + } + } +} + +#define STBI__PNG_TYPE(a,b,c,d) (((a) << 24) + ((b) << 16) + ((c) << 8) + (d)) + +static int stbi__parse_png_file(stbi__png *z, int scan, int req_comp) +{ + stbi_uc palette[1024], pal_img_n=0; + stbi_uc has_trans=0, tc[3]; + stbi__uint16 tc16[3]; + stbi__uint32 ioff=0, idata_limit=0, i, pal_len=0; + int first=1,k,interlace=0, color=0, is_iphone=0; + stbi__context *s = z->s; + + z->expanded = NULL; + z->idata = NULL; + z->out = NULL; + + if (!stbi__check_png_header(s)) return 0; + + if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1; + + for (;;) { + stbi__pngchunk c = stbi__get_chunk_header(s); + switch (c.type) { + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('C','g','B','I'): + is_iphone = 1; + stbi__skip(s, c.length); + break; + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','H','D','R'): { + int comp,filter; + if (!first) return stbi__err("multiple IHDR","Corrupt PNG"); + first = 0; + if (c.length != 13) return stbi__err("bad IHDR len","Corrupt PNG"); + s->img_x = stbi__get32be(s); if (s->img_x > (1 << 24)) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)"); + s->img_y = stbi__get32be(s); if (s->img_y > (1 << 24)) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)"); + z->depth = stbi__get8(s); if (z->depth != 1 && z->depth != 2 && z->depth != 4 && z->depth != 8 && z->depth != 16) return stbi__err("1/2/4/8/16-bit only","PNG not supported: 1/2/4/8/16-bit only"); + color = stbi__get8(s); if (color > 6) return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG"); + if (color == 3 && z->depth == 16) return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG"); + if (color == 3) pal_img_n = 3; else if (color & 1) return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG"); + comp = stbi__get8(s); if (comp) return stbi__err("bad comp method","Corrupt PNG"); + filter= stbi__get8(s); if (filter) return stbi__err("bad filter method","Corrupt PNG"); + interlace = stbi__get8(s); if (interlace>1) return stbi__err("bad interlace method","Corrupt PNG"); + if (!s->img_x || !s->img_y) return stbi__err("0-pixel image","Corrupt PNG"); + if (!pal_img_n) { + s->img_n = (color & 2 ? 3 : 1) + (color & 4 ? 1 : 0); + if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / s->img_n < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode"); + if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) return 1; + } else { + // if paletted, then pal_n is our final components, and + // img_n is # components to decompress/filter. + s->img_n = 1; + if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / 4 < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large","Corrupt PNG"); + // if SCAN_header, have to scan to see if we have a tRNS + } + break; + } + + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('P','L','T','E'): { + if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG"); + if (c.length > 256*3) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG"); + pal_len = c.length / 3; + if (pal_len * 3 != c.length) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG"); + for (i=0; i < pal_len; ++i) { + palette[i*4+0] = stbi__get8(s); + palette[i*4+1] = stbi__get8(s); + palette[i*4+2] = stbi__get8(s); + palette[i*4+3] = 255; + } + break; + } + + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('t','R','N','S'): { + if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG"); + if (z->idata) return stbi__err("tRNS after IDAT","Corrupt PNG"); + if (pal_img_n) { + if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = 4; return 1; } + if (pal_len == 0) return stbi__err("tRNS before PLTE","Corrupt PNG"); + if (c.length > pal_len) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG"); + pal_img_n = 4; + for (i=0; i < c.length; ++i) + palette[i*4+3] = stbi__get8(s); + } else { + if (!(s->img_n & 1)) return stbi__err("tRNS with alpha","Corrupt PNG"); + if (c.length != (stbi__uint32) s->img_n*2) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG"); + has_trans = 1; + if (z->depth == 16) { + for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc16[k] = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16be(s); // copy the values as-is + } else { + for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc[k] = (stbi_uc)(stbi__get16be(s) & 255) * stbi__depth_scale_table[z->depth]; // non 8-bit images will be larger + } + } + break; + } + + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','D','A','T'): { + if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG"); + if (pal_img_n && !pal_len) return stbi__err("no PLTE","Corrupt PNG"); + if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = pal_img_n; return 1; } + if ((int)(ioff + c.length) < (int)ioff) return 0; + if (ioff + c.length > idata_limit) { + stbi__uint32 idata_limit_old = idata_limit; + stbi_uc *p; + if (idata_limit == 0) idata_limit = c.length > 4096 ? c.length : 4096; + while (ioff + c.length > idata_limit) + idata_limit *= 2; + STBI_NOTUSED(idata_limit_old); + p = (stbi_uc *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->idata, idata_limit_old, idata_limit); if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + z->idata = p; + } + if (!stbi__getn(s, z->idata+ioff,c.length)) return stbi__err("outofdata","Corrupt PNG"); + ioff += c.length; + break; + } + + case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','E','N','D'): { + stbi__uint32 raw_len, bpl; + if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG"); + if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1; + if (z->idata == NULL) return stbi__err("no IDAT","Corrupt PNG"); + // initial guess for decoded data size to avoid unnecessary reallocs + bpl = (s->img_x * z->depth + 7) / 8; // bytes per line, per component + raw_len = bpl * s->img_y * s->img_n /* pixels */ + s->img_y /* filter mode per row */; + z->expanded = (stbi_uc *) stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag((char *) z->idata, ioff, raw_len, (int *) &raw_len, !is_iphone); + if (z->expanded == NULL) return 0; // zlib should set error + STBI_FREE(z->idata); z->idata = NULL; + if ((req_comp == s->img_n+1 && req_comp != 3 && !pal_img_n) || has_trans) + s->img_out_n = s->img_n+1; + else + s->img_out_n = s->img_n; + if (!stbi__create_png_image(z, z->expanded, raw_len, s->img_out_n, z->depth, color, interlace)) return 0; + if (has_trans) { + if (z->depth == 16) { + if (!stbi__compute_transparency16(z, tc16, s->img_out_n)) return 0; + } else { + if (!stbi__compute_transparency(z, tc, s->img_out_n)) return 0; + } + } + if (is_iphone && stbi__de_iphone_flag && s->img_out_n > 2) + stbi__de_iphone(z); + if (pal_img_n) { + // pal_img_n == 3 or 4 + s->img_n = pal_img_n; // record the actual colors we had + s->img_out_n = pal_img_n; + if (req_comp >= 3) s->img_out_n = req_comp; + if (!stbi__expand_png_palette(z, palette, pal_len, s->img_out_n)) + return 0; + } + STBI_FREE(z->expanded); z->expanded = NULL; + return 1; + } + + default: + // if critical, fail + if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG"); + if ((c.type & (1 << 29)) == 0) { + #ifndef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS + // not threadsafe + static char invalid_chunk[] = "XXXX PNG chunk not known"; + invalid_chunk[0] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 24); + invalid_chunk[1] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 16); + invalid_chunk[2] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 8); + invalid_chunk[3] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 0); + #endif + return stbi__err(invalid_chunk, "PNG not supported: unknown PNG chunk type"); + } + stbi__skip(s, c.length); + break; + } + // end of PNG chunk, read and skip CRC + stbi__get32be(s); + } +} + +static void *stbi__do_png(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *n, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + void *result=NULL; + if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error"); + if (stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_load, req_comp)) { + if (p->depth < 8) + ri->bits_per_channel = 8; + else + ri->bits_per_channel = p->depth; + result = p->out; + p->out = NULL; + if (req_comp && req_comp != p->s->img_out_n) { + if (ri->bits_per_channel == 8) + result = stbi__convert_format((unsigned char *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y); + else + result = stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y); + p->s->img_out_n = req_comp; + if (result == NULL) return result; + } + *x = p->s->img_x; + *y = p->s->img_y; + if (n) *n = p->s->img_n; + } + STBI_FREE(p->out); p->out = NULL; + STBI_FREE(p->expanded); p->expanded = NULL; + STBI_FREE(p->idata); p->idata = NULL; + + return result; +} + +static void *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + stbi__png p; + p.s = s; + return stbi__do_png(&p, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri); +} + +static int stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r; + r = stbi__check_png_header(s); + stbi__rewind(s); + return r; +} + +static int stbi__png_info_raw(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + if (!stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_header, 0)) { + stbi__rewind( p->s ); + return 0; + } + if (x) *x = p->s->img_x; + if (y) *y = p->s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = p->s->img_n; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + stbi__png p; + p.s = s; + return stbi__png_info_raw(&p, x, y, comp); +} +#endif + +// Microsoft/Windows BMP image + +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP +static int stbi__bmp_test_raw(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r; + int sz; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B') return 0; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return 0; + stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize + stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved + stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved + stbi__get32le(s); // discard data offset + sz = stbi__get32le(s); + r = (sz == 12 || sz == 40 || sz == 56 || sz == 108 || sz == 124); + return r; +} + +static int stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r = stbi__bmp_test_raw(s); + stbi__rewind(s); + return r; +} + + +// returns 0..31 for the highest set bit +static int stbi__high_bit(unsigned int z) +{ + int n=0; + if (z == 0) return -1; + if (z >= 0x10000) n += 16, z >>= 16; + if (z >= 0x00100) n += 8, z >>= 8; + if (z >= 0x00010) n += 4, z >>= 4; + if (z >= 0x00004) n += 2, z >>= 2; + if (z >= 0x00002) n += 1, z >>= 1; + return n; +} + +static int stbi__bitcount(unsigned int a) +{ + a = (a & 0x55555555) + ((a >> 1) & 0x55555555); // max 2 + a = (a & 0x33333333) + ((a >> 2) & 0x33333333); // max 4 + a = (a + (a >> 4)) & 0x0f0f0f0f; // max 8 per 4, now 8 bits + a = (a + (a >> 8)); // max 16 per 8 bits + a = (a + (a >> 16)); // max 32 per 8 bits + return a & 0xff; +} + +static int stbi__shiftsigned(int v, int shift, int bits) +{ + int result; + int z=0; + + if (shift < 0) v <<= -shift; + else v >>= shift; + result = v; + + z = bits; + while (z < 8) { + result += v >> z; + z += bits; + } + return result; +} + +typedef struct +{ + int bpp, offset, hsz; + unsigned int mr,mg,mb,ma, all_a; +} stbi__bmp_data; + +static void *stbi__bmp_parse_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__bmp_data *info) +{ + int hsz; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B' || stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return stbi__errpuc("not BMP", "Corrupt BMP"); + stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize + stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved + stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved + info->offset = stbi__get32le(s); + info->hsz = hsz = stbi__get32le(s); + info->mr = info->mg = info->mb = info->ma = 0; + + if (hsz != 12 && hsz != 40 && hsz != 56 && hsz != 108 && hsz != 124) return stbi__errpuc("unknown BMP", "BMP type not supported: unknown"); + if (hsz == 12) { + s->img_x = stbi__get16le(s); + s->img_y = stbi__get16le(s); + } else { + s->img_x = stbi__get32le(s); + s->img_y = stbi__get32le(s); + } + if (stbi__get16le(s) != 1) return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP"); + info->bpp = stbi__get16le(s); + if (info->bpp == 1) return stbi__errpuc("monochrome", "BMP type not supported: 1-bit"); + if (hsz != 12) { + int compress = stbi__get32le(s); + if (compress == 1 || compress == 2) return stbi__errpuc("BMP RLE", "BMP type not supported: RLE"); + stbi__get32le(s); // discard sizeof + stbi__get32le(s); // discard hres + stbi__get32le(s); // discard vres + stbi__get32le(s); // discard colorsused + stbi__get32le(s); // discard max important + if (hsz == 40 || hsz == 56) { + if (hsz == 56) { + stbi__get32le(s); + stbi__get32le(s); + stbi__get32le(s); + stbi__get32le(s); + } + if (info->bpp == 16 || info->bpp == 32) { + if (compress == 0) { + if (info->bpp == 32) { + info->mr = 0xffu << 16; + info->mg = 0xffu << 8; + info->mb = 0xffu << 0; + info->ma = 0xffu << 24; + info->all_a = 0; // if all_a is 0 at end, then we loaded alpha channel but it was all 0 + } else { + info->mr = 31u << 10; + info->mg = 31u << 5; + info->mb = 31u << 0; + } + } else if (compress == 3) { + info->mr = stbi__get32le(s); + info->mg = stbi__get32le(s); + info->mb = stbi__get32le(s); + // not documented, but generated by photoshop and handled by mspaint + if (info->mr == info->mg && info->mg == info->mb) { + // ?!?!? + return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP"); + } + } else + return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP"); + } + } else { + int i; + if (hsz != 108 && hsz != 124) + return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP"); + info->mr = stbi__get32le(s); + info->mg = stbi__get32le(s); + info->mb = stbi__get32le(s); + info->ma = stbi__get32le(s); + stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space + for (i=0; i < 12; ++i) + stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space parameters + if (hsz == 124) { + stbi__get32le(s); // discard rendering intent + stbi__get32le(s); // discard offset of profile data + stbi__get32le(s); // discard size of profile data + stbi__get32le(s); // discard reserved + } + } + } + return (void *) 1; +} + + +static void *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + stbi_uc *out; + unsigned int mr=0,mg=0,mb=0,ma=0, all_a; + stbi_uc pal[256][4]; + int psize=0,i,j,width; + int flip_vertically, pad, target; + stbi__bmp_data info; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + info.all_a = 255; + if (stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info) == NULL) + return NULL; // error code already set + + flip_vertically = ((int) s->img_y) > 0; + s->img_y = abs((int) s->img_y); + + mr = info.mr; + mg = info.mg; + mb = info.mb; + ma = info.ma; + all_a = info.all_a; + + if (info.hsz == 12) { + if (info.bpp < 24) + psize = (info.offset - 14 - 24) / 3; + } else { + if (info.bpp < 16) + psize = (info.offset - 14 - info.hsz) >> 2; + } + + s->img_n = ma ? 4 : 3; + if (req_comp && req_comp >= 3) // we can directly decode 3 or 4 + target = req_comp; + else + target = s->img_n; // if they want monochrome, we'll post-convert + + // sanity-check size + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0)) + return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt BMP"); + + out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0); + if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + if (info.bpp < 16) { + int z=0; + if (psize == 0 || psize > 256) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("invalid", "Corrupt BMP"); } + for (i=0; i < psize; ++i) { + pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s); + if (info.hsz != 12) stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][3] = 255; + } + stbi__skip(s, info.offset - 14 - info.hsz - psize * (info.hsz == 12 ? 3 : 4)); + if (info.bpp == 4) width = (s->img_x + 1) >> 1; + else if (info.bpp == 8) width = s->img_x; + else { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad bpp", "Corrupt BMP"); } + pad = (-width)&3; + for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; i += 2) { + int v=stbi__get8(s),v2=0; + if (info.bpp == 4) { + v2 = v & 15; + v >>= 4; + } + out[z++] = pal[v][0]; + out[z++] = pal[v][1]; + out[z++] = pal[v][2]; + if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255; + if (i+1 == (int) s->img_x) break; + v = (info.bpp == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : v2; + out[z++] = pal[v][0]; + out[z++] = pal[v][1]; + out[z++] = pal[v][2]; + if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255; + } + stbi__skip(s, pad); + } + } else { + int rshift=0,gshift=0,bshift=0,ashift=0,rcount=0,gcount=0,bcount=0,acount=0; + int z = 0; + int easy=0; + stbi__skip(s, info.offset - 14 - info.hsz); + if (info.bpp == 24) width = 3 * s->img_x; + else if (info.bpp == 16) width = 2*s->img_x; + else /* bpp = 32 and pad = 0 */ width=0; + pad = (-width) & 3; + if (info.bpp == 24) { + easy = 1; + } else if (info.bpp == 32) { + if (mb == 0xff && mg == 0xff00 && mr == 0x00ff0000 && ma == 0xff000000) + easy = 2; + } + if (!easy) { + if (!mr || !mg || !mb) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad masks", "Corrupt BMP"); } + // right shift amt to put high bit in position #7 + rshift = stbi__high_bit(mr)-7; rcount = stbi__bitcount(mr); + gshift = stbi__high_bit(mg)-7; gcount = stbi__bitcount(mg); + bshift = stbi__high_bit(mb)-7; bcount = stbi__bitcount(mb); + ashift = stbi__high_bit(ma)-7; acount = stbi__bitcount(ma); + } + for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) { + if (easy) { + for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) { + unsigned char a; + out[z+2] = stbi__get8(s); + out[z+1] = stbi__get8(s); + out[z+0] = stbi__get8(s); + z += 3; + a = (easy == 2 ? stbi__get8(s) : 255); + all_a |= a; + if (target == 4) out[z++] = a; + } + } else { + int bpp = info.bpp; + for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) { + stbi__uint32 v = (bpp == 16 ? (stbi__uint32) stbi__get16le(s) : stbi__get32le(s)); + int a; + out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mr, rshift, rcount)); + out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mg, gshift, gcount)); + out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mb, bshift, bcount)); + a = (ma ? stbi__shiftsigned(v & ma, ashift, acount) : 255); + all_a |= a; + if (target == 4) out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(a); + } + } + stbi__skip(s, pad); + } + } + + // if alpha channel is all 0s, replace with all 255s + if (target == 4 && all_a == 0) + for (i=4*s->img_x*s->img_y-1; i >= 0; i -= 4) + out[i] = 255; + + if (flip_vertically) { + stbi_uc t; + for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y>>1; ++j) { + stbi_uc *p1 = out + j *s->img_x*target; + stbi_uc *p2 = out + (s->img_y-1-j)*s->img_x*target; + for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x*target; ++i) { + t = p1[i], p1[i] = p2[i], p2[i] = t; + } + } + } + + if (req_comp && req_comp != target) { + out = stbi__convert_format(out, target, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y); + if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure + } + + *x = s->img_x; + *y = s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = s->img_n; + return out; +} +#endif + +// Targa Truevision - TGA +// by Jonathan Dummer +#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA +// returns STBI_rgb or whatever, 0 on error +static int stbi__tga_get_comp(int bits_per_pixel, int is_grey, int* is_rgb16) +{ + // only RGB or RGBA (incl. 16bit) or grey allowed + if(is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 0; + switch(bits_per_pixel) { + case 8: return STBI_grey; + case 16: if(is_grey) return STBI_grey_alpha; + // else: fall-through + case 15: if(is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 1; + return STBI_rgb; + case 24: // fall-through + case 32: return bits_per_pixel/8; + default: return 0; + } +} + +static int stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int tga_w, tga_h, tga_comp, tga_image_type, tga_bits_per_pixel, tga_colormap_bpp; + int sz, tga_colormap_type; + stbi__get8(s); // discard Offset + tga_colormap_type = stbi__get8(s); // colormap type + if( tga_colormap_type > 1 ) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; // only RGB or indexed allowed + } + tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s); // image type + if ( tga_colormap_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image + if (tga_image_type != 1 && tga_image_type != 9) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + stbi__skip(s,4); // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries + sz = stbi__get8(s); // check bits per palette color entry + if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + stbi__skip(s,4); // skip image x and y origin + tga_colormap_bpp = sz; + } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap - only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE + if ( (tga_image_type != 2) && (tga_image_type != 3) && (tga_image_type != 10) && (tga_image_type != 11) ) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE + } + stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin + tga_colormap_bpp = 0; + } + tga_w = stbi__get16le(s); + if( tga_w < 1 ) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; // test width + } + tga_h = stbi__get16le(s); + if( tga_h < 1 ) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; // test height + } + tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s); // bits per pixel + stbi__get8(s); // ignore alpha bits + if (tga_colormap_bpp != 0) { + if((tga_bits_per_pixel != 8) && (tga_bits_per_pixel != 16)) { + // when using a colormap, tga_bits_per_pixel is the size of the indexes + // I don't think anything but 8 or 16bit indexes makes sense + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_colormap_bpp, 0, NULL); + } else { + tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3) || (tga_image_type == 11), NULL); + } + if(!tga_comp) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + if (x) *x = tga_w; + if (y) *y = tga_h; + if (comp) *comp = tga_comp; + return 1; // seems to have passed everything +} + +static int stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int res = 0; + int sz, tga_color_type; + stbi__get8(s); // discard Offset + tga_color_type = stbi__get8(s); // color type + if ( tga_color_type > 1 ) goto errorEnd; // only RGB or indexed allowed + sz = stbi__get8(s); // image type + if ( tga_color_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image + if (sz != 1 && sz != 9) goto errorEnd; // colortype 1 demands image type 1 or 9 + stbi__skip(s,4); // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries + sz = stbi__get8(s); // check bits per palette color entry + if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd; + stbi__skip(s,4); // skip image x and y origin + } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap + if ( (sz != 2) && (sz != 3) && (sz != 10) && (sz != 11) ) goto errorEnd; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE + stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin + } + if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd; // test width + if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd; // test height + sz = stbi__get8(s); // bits per pixel + if ( (tga_color_type == 1) && (sz != 8) && (sz != 16) ) goto errorEnd; // for colormapped images, bpp is size of an index + if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd; + + res = 1; // if we got this far, everything's good and we can return 1 instead of 0 + +errorEnd: + stbi__rewind(s); + return res; +} + +// read 16bit value and convert to 24bit RGB +static void stbi__tga_read_rgb16(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc* out) +{ + stbi__uint16 px = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16le(s); + stbi__uint16 fiveBitMask = 31; + // we have 3 channels with 5bits each + int r = (px >> 10) & fiveBitMask; + int g = (px >> 5) & fiveBitMask; + int b = px & fiveBitMask; + // Note that this saves the data in RGB(A) order, so it doesn't need to be swapped later + out[0] = (stbi_uc)((r * 255)/31); + out[1] = (stbi_uc)((g * 255)/31); + out[2] = (stbi_uc)((b * 255)/31); + + // some people claim that the most significant bit might be used for alpha + // (possibly if an alpha-bit is set in the "image descriptor byte") + // but that only made 16bit test images completely translucent.. + // so let's treat all 15 and 16bit TGAs as RGB with no alpha. +} + +static void *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + // read in the TGA header stuff + int tga_offset = stbi__get8(s); + int tga_indexed = stbi__get8(s); + int tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s); + int tga_is_RLE = 0; + int tga_palette_start = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_palette_len = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_palette_bits = stbi__get8(s); + int tga_x_origin = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_y_origin = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_width = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_height = stbi__get16le(s); + int tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s); + int tga_comp, tga_rgb16=0; + int tga_inverted = stbi__get8(s); + // int tga_alpha_bits = tga_inverted & 15; // the 4 lowest bits - unused (useless?) + // image data + unsigned char *tga_data; + unsigned char *tga_palette = NULL; + int i, j; + unsigned char raw_data[4] = {0}; + int RLE_count = 0; + int RLE_repeating = 0; + int read_next_pixel = 1; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + // do a tiny bit of precessing + if ( tga_image_type >= 8 ) + { + tga_image_type -= 8; + tga_is_RLE = 1; + } + tga_inverted = 1 - ((tga_inverted >> 5) & 1); + + // If I'm paletted, then I'll use the number of bits from the palette + if ( tga_indexed ) tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_palette_bits, 0, &tga_rgb16); + else tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3), &tga_rgb16); + + if(!tga_comp) // shouldn't really happen, stbi__tga_test() should have ensured basic consistency + return stbi__errpuc("bad format", "Can't find out TGA pixelformat"); + + // tga info + *x = tga_width; + *y = tga_height; + if (comp) *comp = tga_comp; + + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0)) + return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt TGA"); + + tga_data = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad3(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0); + if (!tga_data) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + // skip to the data's starting position (offset usually = 0) + stbi__skip(s, tga_offset ); + + if ( !tga_indexed && !tga_is_RLE && !tga_rgb16 ) { + for (i=0; i < tga_height; ++i) { + int row = tga_inverted ? tga_height -i - 1 : i; + stbi_uc *tga_row = tga_data + row*tga_width*tga_comp; + stbi__getn(s, tga_row, tga_width * tga_comp); + } + } else { + // do I need to load a palette? + if ( tga_indexed) + { + // any data to skip? (offset usually = 0) + stbi__skip(s, tga_palette_start ); + // load the palette + tga_palette = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad2(tga_palette_len, tga_comp, 0); + if (!tga_palette) { + STBI_FREE(tga_data); + return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + } + if (tga_rgb16) { + stbi_uc *pal_entry = tga_palette; + STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb); + for (i=0; i < tga_palette_len; ++i) { + stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, pal_entry); + pal_entry += tga_comp; + } + } else if (!stbi__getn(s, tga_palette, tga_palette_len * tga_comp)) { + STBI_FREE(tga_data); + STBI_FREE(tga_palette); + return stbi__errpuc("bad palette", "Corrupt TGA"); + } + } + // load the data + for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i) + { + // if I'm in RLE mode, do I need to get a RLE stbi__pngchunk? + if ( tga_is_RLE ) + { + if ( RLE_count == 0 ) + { + // yep, get the next byte as a RLE command + int RLE_cmd = stbi__get8(s); + RLE_count = 1 + (RLE_cmd & 127); + RLE_repeating = RLE_cmd >> 7; + read_next_pixel = 1; + } else if ( !RLE_repeating ) + { + read_next_pixel = 1; + } + } else + { + read_next_pixel = 1; + } + // OK, if I need to read a pixel, do it now + if ( read_next_pixel ) + { + // load however much data we did have + if ( tga_indexed ) + { + // read in index, then perform the lookup + int pal_idx = (tga_bits_per_pixel == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : stbi__get16le(s); + if ( pal_idx >= tga_palette_len ) { + // invalid index + pal_idx = 0; + } + pal_idx *= tga_comp; + for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) { + raw_data[j] = tga_palette[pal_idx+j]; + } + } else if(tga_rgb16) { + STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb); + stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, raw_data); + } else { + // read in the data raw + for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) { + raw_data[j] = stbi__get8(s); + } + } + // clear the reading flag for the next pixel + read_next_pixel = 0; + } // end of reading a pixel + + // copy data + for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) + tga_data[i*tga_comp+j] = raw_data[j]; + + // in case we're in RLE mode, keep counting down + --RLE_count; + } + // do I need to invert the image? + if ( tga_inverted ) + { + for (j = 0; j*2 < tga_height; ++j) + { + int index1 = j * tga_width * tga_comp; + int index2 = (tga_height - 1 - j) * tga_width * tga_comp; + for (i = tga_width * tga_comp; i > 0; --i) + { + unsigned char temp = tga_data[index1]; + tga_data[index1] = tga_data[index2]; + tga_data[index2] = temp; + ++index1; + ++index2; + } + } + } + // clear my palette, if I had one + if ( tga_palette != NULL ) + { + STBI_FREE( tga_palette ); + } + } + + // swap RGB - if the source data was RGB16, it already is in the right order + if (tga_comp >= 3 && !tga_rgb16) + { + unsigned char* tga_pixel = tga_data; + for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i) + { + unsigned char temp = tga_pixel[0]; + tga_pixel[0] = tga_pixel[2]; + tga_pixel[2] = temp; + tga_pixel += tga_comp; + } + } + + // convert to target component count + if (req_comp && req_comp != tga_comp) + tga_data = stbi__convert_format(tga_data, tga_comp, req_comp, tga_width, tga_height); + + // the things I do to get rid of an error message, and yet keep + // Microsoft's C compilers happy... [8^( + tga_palette_start = tga_palette_len = tga_palette_bits = + tga_x_origin = tga_y_origin = 0; + // OK, done + return tga_data; +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// Photoshop PSD loader -- PD by Thatcher Ulrich, integration by Nicolas Schulz, tweaked by STB + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD +static int stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r = (stbi__get32be(s) == 0x38425053); + stbi__rewind(s); + return r; +} + +static int stbi__psd_decode_rle(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *p, int pixelCount) +{ + int count, nleft, len; + + count = 0; + while ((nleft = pixelCount - count) > 0) { + len = stbi__get8(s); + if (len == 128) { + // No-op. + } else if (len < 128) { + // Copy next len+1 bytes literally. + len++; + if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data + count += len; + while (len) { + *p = stbi__get8(s); + p += 4; + len--; + } + } else if (len > 128) { + stbi_uc val; + // Next -len+1 bytes in the dest are replicated from next source byte. + // (Interpret len as a negative 8-bit int.) + len = 257 - len; + if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data + val = stbi__get8(s); + count += len; + while (len) { + *p = val; + p += 4; + len--; + } + } + } + + return 1; +} + +static void *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc) +{ + int pixelCount; + int channelCount, compression; + int channel, i; + int bitdepth; + int w,h; + stbi_uc *out; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + // Check identifier + if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) // "8BPS" + return stbi__errpuc("not PSD", "Corrupt PSD image"); + + // Check file type version. + if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) + return stbi__errpuc("wrong version", "Unsupported version of PSD image"); + + // Skip 6 reserved bytes. + stbi__skip(s, 6 ); + + // Read the number of channels (R, G, B, A, etc). + channelCount = stbi__get16be(s); + if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) + return stbi__errpuc("wrong channel count", "Unsupported number of channels in PSD image"); + + // Read the rows and columns of the image. + h = stbi__get32be(s); + w = stbi__get32be(s); + + // Make sure the depth is 8 bits. + bitdepth = stbi__get16be(s); + if (bitdepth != 8 && bitdepth != 16) + return stbi__errpuc("unsupported bit depth", "PSD bit depth is not 8 or 16 bit"); + + // Make sure the color mode is RGB. + // Valid options are: + // 0: Bitmap + // 1: Grayscale + // 2: Indexed color + // 3: RGB color + // 4: CMYK color + // 7: Multichannel + // 8: Duotone + // 9: Lab color + if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3) + return stbi__errpuc("wrong color format", "PSD is not in RGB color format"); + + // Skip the Mode Data. (It's the palette for indexed color; other info for other modes.) + stbi__skip(s,stbi__get32be(s) ); + + // Skip the image resources. (resolution, pen tool paths, etc) + stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) ); + + // Skip the reserved data. + stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) ); + + // Find out if the data is compressed. + // Known values: + // 0: no compression + // 1: RLE compressed + compression = stbi__get16be(s); + if (compression > 1) + return stbi__errpuc("bad compression", "PSD has an unknown compression format"); + + // Check size + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(4, w, h, 0)) + return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt PSD"); + + // Create the destination image. + + if (!compression && bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) { + out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(8, w, h, 0); + ri->bits_per_channel = 16; + } else + out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * w*h); + + if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + pixelCount = w*h; + + // Initialize the data to zero. + //memset( out, 0, pixelCount * 4 ); + + // Finally, the image data. + if (compression) { + // RLE as used by .PSD and .TIFF + // Loop until you get the number of unpacked bytes you are expecting: + // Read the next source byte into n. + // If n is between 0 and 127 inclusive, copy the next n+1 bytes literally. + // Else if n is between -127 and -1 inclusive, copy the next byte -n+1 times. + // Else if n is 128, noop. + // Endloop + + // The RLE-compressed data is preceeded by a 2-byte data count for each row in the data, + // which we're going to just skip. + stbi__skip(s, h * channelCount * 2 ); + + // Read the RLE data by channel. + for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) { + stbi_uc *p; + + p = out+channel; + if (channel >= channelCount) { + // Fill this channel with default data. + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4) + *p = (channel == 3 ? 255 : 0); + } else { + // Read the RLE data. + if (!stbi__psd_decode_rle(s, p, pixelCount)) { + STBI_FREE(out); + return stbi__errpuc("corrupt", "bad RLE data"); + } + } + } + + } else { + // We're at the raw image data. It's each channel in order (Red, Green, Blue, Alpha, ...) + // where each channel consists of an 8-bit (or 16-bit) value for each pixel in the image. + + // Read the data by channel. + for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) { + if (channel >= channelCount) { + // Fill this channel with default data. + if (bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) { + stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel; + stbi__uint16 val = channel == 3 ? 65535 : 0; + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4) + *q = val; + } else { + stbi_uc *p = out+channel; + stbi_uc val = channel == 3 ? 255 : 0; + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4) + *p = val; + } + } else { + if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) { // output bpc + stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel; + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4) + *q = (stbi__uint16) stbi__get16be(s); + } else { + stbi_uc *p = out+channel; + if (bitdepth == 16) { // input bpc + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4) + *p = (stbi_uc) (stbi__get16be(s) >> 8); + } else { + for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4) + *p = stbi__get8(s); + } + } + } + } + } + + // remove weird white matte from PSD + if (channelCount >= 4) { + if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) { + for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) { + stbi__uint16 *pixel = (stbi__uint16 *) out + 4*i; + if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 65535) { + float a = pixel[3] / 65535.0f; + float ra = 1.0f / a; + float inv_a = 65535.0f * (1 - ra); + pixel[0] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a); + pixel[1] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a); + pixel[2] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a); + } + } + } else { + for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) { + unsigned char *pixel = out + 4*i; + if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 255) { + float a = pixel[3] / 255.0f; + float ra = 1.0f / a; + float inv_a = 255.0f * (1 - ra); + pixel[0] = (unsigned char) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a); + pixel[1] = (unsigned char) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a); + pixel[2] = (unsigned char) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a); + } + } + } + } + + // convert to desired output format + if (req_comp && req_comp != 4) { + if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) + out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) out, 4, req_comp, w, h); + else + out = stbi__convert_format(out, 4, req_comp, w, h); + if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure + } + + if (comp) *comp = 4; + *y = h; + *x = w; + + return out; +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// Softimage PIC loader +// by Tom Seddon +// +// See http://softimage.wiki.softimage.com/index.php/INFO:_PIC_file_format +// See http://ozviz.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/dataformats/softimagepic/ + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC +static int stbi__pic_is4(stbi__context *s,const char *str) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i<4; ++i) + if (stbi__get8(s) != (stbi_uc)str[i]) + return 0; + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__pic_test_core(stbi__context *s) +{ + int i; + + if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34")) + return 0; + + for(i=0;i<84;++i) + stbi__get8(s); + + if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"PICT")) + return 0; + + return 1; +} + +typedef struct +{ + stbi_uc size,type,channel; +} stbi__pic_packet; + +static stbi_uc *stbi__readval(stbi__context *s, int channel, stbi_uc *dest) +{ + int mask=0x80, i; + + for (i=0; i<4; ++i, mask>>=1) { + if (channel & mask) { + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","PIC file too short"); + dest[i]=stbi__get8(s); + } + } + + return dest; +} + +static void stbi__copyval(int channel,stbi_uc *dest,const stbi_uc *src) +{ + int mask=0x80,i; + + for (i=0;i<4; ++i, mask>>=1) + if (channel&mask) + dest[i]=src[i]; +} + +static stbi_uc *stbi__pic_load_core(stbi__context *s,int width,int height,int *comp, stbi_uc *result) +{ + int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,y,chained; + stbi__pic_packet packets[10]; + + // this will (should...) cater for even some bizarre stuff like having data + // for the same channel in multiple packets. + do { + stbi__pic_packet *packet; + + if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0])) + return stbi__errpuc("bad format","too many packets"); + + packet = &packets[num_packets++]; + + chained = stbi__get8(s); + packet->size = stbi__get8(s); + packet->type = stbi__get8(s); + packet->channel = stbi__get8(s); + + act_comp |= packet->channel; + + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (reading packets)"); + if (packet->size != 8) return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet isn't 8bpp"); + } while (chained); + + *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3); // has alpha channel? + + for(y=0; y<height; ++y) { + int packet_idx; + + for(packet_idx=0; packet_idx < num_packets; ++packet_idx) { + stbi__pic_packet *packet = &packets[packet_idx]; + stbi_uc *dest = result+y*width*4; + + switch (packet->type) { + default: + return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet has bad compression type"); + + case 0: {//uncompressed + int x; + + for(x=0;x<width;++x, dest+=4) + if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest)) + return 0; + break; + } + + case 1://Pure RLE + { + int left=width, i; + + while (left>0) { + stbi_uc count,value[4]; + + count=stbi__get8(s); + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pure read count)"); + + if (count > left) + count = (stbi_uc) left; + + if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value)) return 0; + + for(i=0; i<count; ++i,dest+=4) + stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value); + left -= count; + } + } + break; + + case 2: {//Mixed RLE + int left=width; + while (left>0) { + int count = stbi__get8(s), i; + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (mixed read count)"); + + if (count >= 128) { // Repeated + stbi_uc value[4]; + + if (count==128) + count = stbi__get16be(s); + else + count -= 127; + if (count > left) + return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun"); + + if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value)) + return 0; + + for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest += 4) + stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value); + } else { // Raw + ++count; + if (count>left) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun"); + + for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest+=4) + if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest)) + return 0; + } + left-=count; + } + break; + } + } + } + } + + return result; +} + +static void *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s,int *px,int *py,int *comp,int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + stbi_uc *result; + int i, x,y, internal_comp; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + if (!comp) comp = &internal_comp; + + for (i=0; i<92; ++i) + stbi__get8(s); + + x = stbi__get16be(s); + y = stbi__get16be(s); + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pic header)"); + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(x, y, 4, 0)) return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PIC image too large to decode"); + + stbi__get32be(s); //skip `ratio' + stbi__get16be(s); //skip `fields' + stbi__get16be(s); //skip `pad' + + // intermediate buffer is RGBA + result = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, 4, 0); + memset(result, 0xff, x*y*4); + + if (!stbi__pic_load_core(s,x,y,comp, result)) { + STBI_FREE(result); + result=0; + } + *px = x; + *py = y; + if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = *comp; + result=stbi__convert_format(result,4,req_comp,x,y); + + return result; +} + +static int stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r = stbi__pic_test_core(s); + stbi__rewind(s); + return r; +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// GIF loader -- public domain by Jean-Marc Lienher -- simplified/shrunk by stb + +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF +typedef struct +{ + stbi__int16 prefix; + stbi_uc first; + stbi_uc suffix; +} stbi__gif_lzw; + +typedef struct +{ + int w,h; + stbi_uc *out, *old_out; // output buffer (always 4 components) + int flags, bgindex, ratio, transparent, eflags, delay; + stbi_uc pal[256][4]; + stbi_uc lpal[256][4]; + stbi__gif_lzw codes[4096]; + stbi_uc *color_table; + int parse, step; + int lflags; + int start_x, start_y; + int max_x, max_y; + int cur_x, cur_y; + int line_size; +} stbi__gif; + +static int stbi__gif_test_raw(stbi__context *s) +{ + int sz; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8') return 0; + sz = stbi__get8(s); + if (sz != '9' && sz != '7') return 0; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a') return 0; + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + int r = stbi__gif_test_raw(s); + stbi__rewind(s); + return r; +} + +static void stbi__gif_parse_colortable(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc pal[256][4], int num_entries, int transp) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < num_entries; ++i) { + pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s); + pal[i][3] = transp == i ? 0 : 255; + } +} + +static int stbi__gif_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int is_info) +{ + stbi_uc version; + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8') + return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF"); + + version = stbi__get8(s); + if (version != '7' && version != '9') return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF"); + if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a') return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF"); + + stbi__g_failure_reason = ""; + g->w = stbi__get16le(s); + g->h = stbi__get16le(s); + g->flags = stbi__get8(s); + g->bgindex = stbi__get8(s); + g->ratio = stbi__get8(s); + g->transparent = -1; + + if (comp != 0) *comp = 4; // can't actually tell whether it's 3 or 4 until we parse the comments + + if (is_info) return 1; + + if (g->flags & 0x80) + stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->pal, 2 << (g->flags & 7), -1); + + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__gif_info_raw(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + stbi__gif* g = (stbi__gif*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__gif)); + if (!stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp, 1)) { + STBI_FREE(g); + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + if (x) *x = g->w; + if (y) *y = g->h; + STBI_FREE(g); + return 1; +} + +static void stbi__out_gif_code(stbi__gif *g, stbi__uint16 code) +{ + stbi_uc *p, *c; + + // recurse to decode the prefixes, since the linked-list is backwards, + // and working backwards through an interleaved image would be nasty + if (g->codes[code].prefix >= 0) + stbi__out_gif_code(g, g->codes[code].prefix); + + if (g->cur_y >= g->max_y) return; + + p = &g->out[g->cur_x + g->cur_y]; + c = &g->color_table[g->codes[code].suffix * 4]; + + if (c[3] >= 128) { + p[0] = c[2]; + p[1] = c[1]; + p[2] = c[0]; + p[3] = c[3]; + } + g->cur_x += 4; + + if (g->cur_x >= g->max_x) { + g->cur_x = g->start_x; + g->cur_y += g->step; + + while (g->cur_y >= g->max_y && g->parse > 0) { + g->step = (1 << g->parse) * g->line_size; + g->cur_y = g->start_y + (g->step >> 1); + --g->parse; + } + } +} + +static stbi_uc *stbi__process_gif_raster(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g) +{ + stbi_uc lzw_cs; + stbi__int32 len, init_code; + stbi__uint32 first; + stbi__int32 codesize, codemask, avail, oldcode, bits, valid_bits, clear; + stbi__gif_lzw *p; + + lzw_cs = stbi__get8(s); + if (lzw_cs > 12) return NULL; + clear = 1 << lzw_cs; + first = 1; + codesize = lzw_cs + 1; + codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1; + bits = 0; + valid_bits = 0; + for (init_code = 0; init_code < clear; init_code++) { + g->codes[init_code].prefix = -1; + g->codes[init_code].first = (stbi_uc) init_code; + g->codes[init_code].suffix = (stbi_uc) init_code; + } + + // support no starting clear code + avail = clear+2; + oldcode = -1; + + len = 0; + for(;;) { + if (valid_bits < codesize) { + if (len == 0) { + len = stbi__get8(s); // start new block + if (len == 0) + return g->out; + } + --len; + bits |= (stbi__int32) stbi__get8(s) << valid_bits; + valid_bits += 8; + } else { + stbi__int32 code = bits & codemask; + bits >>= codesize; + valid_bits -= codesize; + // @OPTIMIZE: is there some way we can accelerate the non-clear path? + if (code == clear) { // clear code + codesize = lzw_cs + 1; + codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1; + avail = clear + 2; + oldcode = -1; + first = 0; + } else if (code == clear + 1) { // end of stream code + stbi__skip(s, len); + while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) > 0) + stbi__skip(s,len); + return g->out; + } else if (code <= avail) { + if (first) return stbi__errpuc("no clear code", "Corrupt GIF"); + + if (oldcode >= 0) { + p = &g->codes[avail++]; + if (avail > 4096) return stbi__errpuc("too many codes", "Corrupt GIF"); + p->prefix = (stbi__int16) oldcode; + p->first = g->codes[oldcode].first; + p->suffix = (code == avail) ? p->first : g->codes[code].first; + } else if (code == avail) + return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF"); + + stbi__out_gif_code(g, (stbi__uint16) code); + + if ((avail & codemask) == 0 && avail <= 0x0FFF) { + codesize++; + codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1; + } + + oldcode = code; + } else { + return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF"); + } + } + } +} + +static void stbi__fill_gif_background(stbi__gif *g, int x0, int y0, int x1, int y1) +{ + int x, y; + stbi_uc *c = g->pal[g->bgindex]; + for (y = y0; y < y1; y += 4 * g->w) { + for (x = x0; x < x1; x += 4) { + stbi_uc *p = &g->out[y + x]; + p[0] = c[2]; + p[1] = c[1]; + p[2] = c[0]; + p[3] = 0; + } + } +} + +// this function is designed to support animated gifs, although stb_image doesn't support it +static stbi_uc *stbi__gif_load_next(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int req_comp) +{ + int i; + stbi_uc *prev_out = 0; + + if (g->out == 0 && !stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp,0)) + return 0; // stbi__g_failure_reason set by stbi__gif_header + + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(g->w, g->h, 4, 0)) + return stbi__errpuc("too large", "GIF too large"); + + prev_out = g->out; + g->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(4, g->w, g->h, 0); + if (g->out == 0) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + switch ((g->eflags & 0x1C) >> 2) { + case 0: // unspecified (also always used on 1st frame) + stbi__fill_gif_background(g, 0, 0, 4 * g->w, 4 * g->w * g->h); + break; + case 1: // do not dispose + if (prev_out) memcpy(g->out, prev_out, 4 * g->w * g->h); + g->old_out = prev_out; + break; + case 2: // dispose to background + if (prev_out) memcpy(g->out, prev_out, 4 * g->w * g->h); + stbi__fill_gif_background(g, g->start_x, g->start_y, g->max_x, g->max_y); + break; + case 3: // dispose to previous + if (g->old_out) { + for (i = g->start_y; i < g->max_y; i += 4 * g->w) + memcpy(&g->out[i + g->start_x], &g->old_out[i + g->start_x], g->max_x - g->start_x); + } + break; + } + + for (;;) { + switch (stbi__get8(s)) { + case 0x2C: /* Image Descriptor */ + { + int prev_trans = -1; + stbi__int32 x, y, w, h; + stbi_uc *o; + + x = stbi__get16le(s); + y = stbi__get16le(s); + w = stbi__get16le(s); + h = stbi__get16le(s); + if (((x + w) > (g->w)) || ((y + h) > (g->h))) + return stbi__errpuc("bad Image Descriptor", "Corrupt GIF"); + + g->line_size = g->w * 4; + g->start_x = x * 4; + g->start_y = y * g->line_size; + g->max_x = g->start_x + w * 4; + g->max_y = g->start_y + h * g->line_size; + g->cur_x = g->start_x; + g->cur_y = g->start_y; + + g->lflags = stbi__get8(s); + + if (g->lflags & 0x40) { + g->step = 8 * g->line_size; // first interlaced spacing + g->parse = 3; + } else { + g->step = g->line_size; + g->parse = 0; + } + + if (g->lflags & 0x80) { + stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->lpal, 2 << (g->lflags & 7), g->eflags & 0x01 ? g->transparent : -1); + g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->lpal; + } else if (g->flags & 0x80) { + if (g->transparent >= 0 && (g->eflags & 0x01)) { + prev_trans = g->pal[g->transparent][3]; + g->pal[g->transparent][3] = 0; + } + g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->pal; + } else + return stbi__errpuc("missing color table", "Corrupt GIF"); + + o = stbi__process_gif_raster(s, g); + if (o == NULL) return NULL; + + if (prev_trans != -1) + g->pal[g->transparent][3] = (stbi_uc) prev_trans; + + return o; + } + + case 0x21: // Comment Extension. + { + int len; + if (stbi__get8(s) == 0xF9) { // Graphic Control Extension. + len = stbi__get8(s); + if (len == 4) { + g->eflags = stbi__get8(s); + g->delay = stbi__get16le(s); + g->transparent = stbi__get8(s); + } else { + stbi__skip(s, len); + break; + } + } + while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) != 0) + stbi__skip(s, len); + break; + } + + case 0x3B: // gif stream termination code + return (stbi_uc *) s; // using '1' causes warning on some compilers + + default: + return stbi__errpuc("unknown code", "Corrupt GIF"); + } + } + + STBI_NOTUSED(req_comp); +} + +static void *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + stbi_uc *u = 0; + stbi__gif* g = (stbi__gif*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__gif)); + memset(g, 0, sizeof(*g)); + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + u = stbi__gif_load_next(s, g, comp, req_comp); + if (u == (stbi_uc *) s) u = 0; // end of animated gif marker + if (u) { + *x = g->w; + *y = g->h; + if (req_comp && req_comp != 4) + u = stbi__convert_format(u, 4, req_comp, g->w, g->h); + } + else if (g->out) + STBI_FREE(g->out); + STBI_FREE(g); + return u; +} + +static int stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + return stbi__gif_info_raw(s,x,y,comp); +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// Radiance RGBE HDR loader +// originally by Nicolas Schulz +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR +static int stbi__hdr_test_core(stbi__context *s, const char *signature) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; signature[i]; ++i) + if (stbi__get8(s) != signature[i]) + return 0; + stbi__rewind(s); + return 1; +} + +static int stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context* s) +{ + int r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RADIANCE\n"); + stbi__rewind(s); + if(!r) { + r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RGBE\n"); + stbi__rewind(s); + } + return r; +} + +#define STBI__HDR_BUFLEN 1024 +static char *stbi__hdr_gettoken(stbi__context *z, char *buffer) +{ + int len=0; + char c = '\0'; + + c = (char) stbi__get8(z); + + while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && c != '\n') { + buffer[len++] = c; + if (len == STBI__HDR_BUFLEN-1) { + // flush to end of line + while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && stbi__get8(z) != '\n') + ; + break; + } + c = (char) stbi__get8(z); + } + + buffer[len] = 0; + return buffer; +} + +static void stbi__hdr_convert(float *output, stbi_uc *input, int req_comp) +{ + if ( input[3] != 0 ) { + float f1; + // Exponent + f1 = (float) ldexp(1.0f, input[3] - (int)(128 + 8)); + if (req_comp <= 2) + output[0] = (input[0] + input[1] + input[2]) * f1 / 3; + else { + output[0] = input[0] * f1; + output[1] = input[1] * f1; + output[2] = input[2] * f1; + } + if (req_comp == 2) output[1] = 1; + if (req_comp == 4) output[3] = 1; + } else { + switch (req_comp) { + case 4: output[3] = 1; /* fallthrough */ + case 3: output[0] = output[1] = output[2] = 0; + break; + case 2: output[1] = 1; /* fallthrough */ + case 1: output[0] = 0; + break; + } + } +} + +static float *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN]; + char *token; + int valid = 0; + int width, height; + stbi_uc *scanline; + float *hdr_data; + int len; + unsigned char count, value; + int i, j, k, c1,c2, z; + const char *headerToken; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + // Check identifier + headerToken = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer); + if (strcmp(headerToken, "#?RADIANCE") != 0 && strcmp(headerToken, "#?RGBE") != 0) + return stbi__errpf("not HDR", "Corrupt HDR image"); + + // Parse header + for(;;) { + token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer); + if (token[0] == 0) break; + if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1; + } + + if (!valid) return stbi__errpf("unsupported format", "Unsupported HDR format"); + + // Parse width and height + // can't use sscanf() if we're not using stdio! + token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer); + if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3)) return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format"); + token += 3; + height = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10); + while (*token == ' ') ++token; + if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3)) return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format"); + token += 3; + width = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10); + + *x = width; + *y = height; + + if (comp) *comp = 3; + if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = 3; + + if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0)) + return stbi__errpf("too large", "HDR image is too large"); + + // Read data + hdr_data = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0); + if (!hdr_data) + return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + + // Load image data + // image data is stored as some number of sca + if ( width < 8 || width >= 32768) { + // Read flat data + for (j=0; j < height; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < width; ++i) { + stbi_uc rgbe[4]; + main_decode_loop: + stbi__getn(s, rgbe, 4); + stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data + j * width * req_comp + i * req_comp, rgbe, req_comp); + } + } + } else { + // Read RLE-encoded data + scanline = NULL; + + for (j = 0; j < height; ++j) { + c1 = stbi__get8(s); + c2 = stbi__get8(s); + len = stbi__get8(s); + if (c1 != 2 || c2 != 2 || (len & 0x80)) { + // not run-length encoded, so we have to actually use THIS data as a decoded + // pixel (note this can't be a valid pixel--one of RGB must be >= 128) + stbi_uc rgbe[4]; + rgbe[0] = (stbi_uc) c1; + rgbe[1] = (stbi_uc) c2; + rgbe[2] = (stbi_uc) len; + rgbe[3] = (stbi_uc) stbi__get8(s); + stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data, rgbe, req_comp); + i = 1; + j = 0; + STBI_FREE(scanline); + goto main_decode_loop; // yes, this makes no sense + } + len <<= 8; + len |= stbi__get8(s); + if (len != width) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("invalid decoded scanline length", "corrupt HDR"); } + if (scanline == NULL) { + scanline = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(width, 4, 0); + if (!scanline) { + STBI_FREE(hdr_data); + return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + } + } + + for (k = 0; k < 4; ++k) { + int nleft; + i = 0; + while ((nleft = width - i) > 0) { + count = stbi__get8(s); + if (count > 128) { + // Run + value = stbi__get8(s); + count -= 128; + if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); } + for (z = 0; z < count; ++z) + scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = value; + } else { + // Dump + if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); } + for (z = 0; z < count; ++z) + scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = stbi__get8(s); + } + } + } + for (i=0; i < width; ++i) + stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data+(j*width + i)*req_comp, scanline + i*4, req_comp); + } + if (scanline) + STBI_FREE(scanline); + } + + return hdr_data; +} + +static int stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN]; + char *token; + int valid = 0; + int dummy; + + if (!x) x = &dummy; + if (!y) y = &dummy; + if (!comp) comp = &dummy; + + if (stbi__hdr_test(s) == 0) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + + for(;;) { + token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer); + if (token[0] == 0) break; + if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1; + } + + if (!valid) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer); + if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3)) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + token += 3; + *y = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10); + while (*token == ' ') ++token; + if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3)) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + token += 3; + *x = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10); + *comp = 3; + return 1; +} +#endif // STBI_NO_HDR + +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP +static int stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + void *p; + stbi__bmp_data info; + + info.all_a = 255; + p = stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info); + stbi__rewind( s ); + if (p == NULL) + return 0; + if (x) *x = s->img_x; + if (y) *y = s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = info.ma ? 4 : 3; + return 1; +} +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD +static int stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int channelCount, dummy; + if (!x) x = &dummy; + if (!y) y = &dummy; + if (!comp) comp = &dummy; + if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + stbi__skip(s, 6); + channelCount = stbi__get16be(s); + if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + *y = stbi__get32be(s); + *x = stbi__get32be(s); + if (stbi__get16be(s) != 8) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + *comp = 4; + return 1; +} +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC +static int stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,chained,dummy; + stbi__pic_packet packets[10]; + + if (!x) x = &dummy; + if (!y) y = &dummy; + if (!comp) comp = &dummy; + + if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34")) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + + stbi__skip(s, 88); + + *x = stbi__get16be(s); + *y = stbi__get16be(s); + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) { + stbi__rewind( s); + return 0; + } + if ( (*x) != 0 && (1 << 28) / (*x) < (*y)) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + + stbi__skip(s, 8); + + do { + stbi__pic_packet *packet; + + if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0])) + return 0; + + packet = &packets[num_packets++]; + chained = stbi__get8(s); + packet->size = stbi__get8(s); + packet->type = stbi__get8(s); + packet->channel = stbi__get8(s); + act_comp |= packet->channel; + + if (stbi__at_eof(s)) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + if (packet->size != 8) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + } while (chained); + + *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3); + + return 1; +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// Portable Gray Map and Portable Pixel Map loader +// by Ken Miller +// +// PGM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/pgm.html +// PPM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/ppm.html +// +// Known limitations: +// Does not support comments in the header section +// Does not support ASCII image data (formats P2 and P3) +// Does not support 16-bit-per-channel + +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM + +static int stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s) +{ + char p, t; + p = (char) stbi__get8(s); + t = (char) stbi__get8(s); + if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) { + stbi__rewind( s ); + return 0; + } + return 1; +} + +static void *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri) +{ + stbi_uc *out; + STBI_NOTUSED(ri); + + if (!stbi__pnm_info(s, (int *)&s->img_x, (int *)&s->img_y, (int *)&s->img_n)) + return 0; + + *x = s->img_x; + *y = s->img_y; + if (comp) *comp = s->img_n; + + if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0)) + return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PNM too large"); + + out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0); + if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); + stbi__getn(s, out, s->img_n * s->img_x * s->img_y); + + if (req_comp && req_comp != s->img_n) { + out = stbi__convert_format(out, s->img_n, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y); + if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure + } + return out; +} + +static int stbi__pnm_isspace(char c) +{ + return c == ' ' || c == '\t' || c == '\n' || c == '\v' || c == '\f' || c == '\r'; +} + +static void stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(stbi__context *s, char *c) +{ + for (;;) { + while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isspace(*c)) + *c = (char) stbi__get8(s); + + if (stbi__at_eof(s) || *c != '#') + break; + + while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && *c != '\n' && *c != '\r' ) + *c = (char) stbi__get8(s); + } +} + +static int stbi__pnm_isdigit(char c) +{ + return c >= '0' && c <= '9'; +} + +static int stbi__pnm_getinteger(stbi__context *s, char *c) +{ + int value = 0; + + while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isdigit(*c)) { + value = value*10 + (*c - '0'); + *c = (char) stbi__get8(s); + } + + return value; +} + +static int stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int maxv, dummy; + char c, p, t; + + if (!x) x = &dummy; + if (!y) y = &dummy; + if (!comp) comp = &dummy; + + stbi__rewind(s); + + // Get identifier + p = (char) stbi__get8(s); + t = (char) stbi__get8(s); + if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) { + stbi__rewind(s); + return 0; + } + + *comp = (t == '6') ? 3 : 1; // '5' is 1-component .pgm; '6' is 3-component .ppm + + c = (char) stbi__get8(s); + stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c); + + *x = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read width + stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c); + + *y = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read height + stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c); + + maxv = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read max value + + if (maxv > 255) + return stbi__err("max value > 255", "PPM image not 8-bit"); + else + return 1; +} +#endif + +static int stbi__info_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG + if (stbi__jpeg_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG + if (stbi__png_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF + if (stbi__gif_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP + if (stbi__bmp_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD + if (stbi__psd_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC + if (stbi__pic_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM + if (stbi__pnm_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR + if (stbi__hdr_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1; + #endif + + // test tga last because it's a crappy test! + #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA + if (stbi__tga_info(s, x, y, comp)) + return 1; + #endif + return stbi__err("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt"); +} + +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO +STBIDEF int stbi_info(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb"); + int result; + if (!f) return stbi__err("can't fopen", "Unable to open file"); + result = stbi_info_from_file(f, x, y, comp); + fclose(f); + return result; +} + +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + int r; + stbi__context s; + long pos = ftell(f); + stbi__start_file(&s, f); + r = stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp); + fseek(f,pos,SEEK_SET); + return r; +} +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO + +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len); + return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp); +} + +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *c, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp) +{ + stbi__context s; + stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) c, user); + return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp); +} + +#endif // STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION + +/* + revision history: + 2.15 (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4 bug; now all Imagenet JPGs decode; + warning fixes; disable run-time SSE detection on gcc; + uniform handling of optional "return" values; + thread-safe initialization of zlib tables + 2.14 (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs + 2.13 (2016-11-29) add 16-bit API, only supported for PNG right now + 2.12 (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes + 2.11 (2016-04-02) allocate large structures on the stack + remove white matting for transparent PSD + fix reported channel count for PNG & BMP + re-enable SSE2 in non-gcc 64-bit + support RGB-formatted JPEG + read 16-bit PNGs (only as 8-bit) + 2.10 (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09 by STBI_REALLOC_SIZED + 2.09 (2016-01-16) allow comments in PNM files + 16-bit-per-pixel TGA (not bit-per-component) + info() for TGA could break due to .hdr handling + info() for BMP to shares code instead of sloppy parse + can use STBI_REALLOC_SIZED if allocator doesn't support realloc + code cleanup + 2.08 (2015-09-13) fix to 2.07 cleanup, reading RGB PSD as RGBA + 2.07 (2015-09-13) fix compiler warnings + partial animated GIF support + limited 16-bpc PSD support + #ifdef unused functions + bug with < 92 byte PIC,PNM,HDR,TGA + 2.06 (2015-04-19) fix bug where PSD returns wrong '*comp' value + 2.05 (2015-04-19) fix bug in progressive JPEG handling, fix warning + 2.04 (2015-04-15) try to re-enable SIMD on MinGW 64-bit + 2.03 (2015-04-12) extra corruption checking (mmozeiko) + stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load (nguillemot) + fix NEON support; fix mingw support + 2.02 (2015-01-19) fix incorrect assert, fix warning + 2.01 (2015-01-17) fix various warnings; suppress SIMD on gcc 32-bit without -msse2 + 2.00b (2014-12-25) fix STBI_MALLOC in progressive JPEG + 2.00 (2014-12-25) optimize JPG, including x86 SSE2 & NEON SIMD (ryg) + progressive JPEG (stb) + PGM/PPM support (Ken Miller) + STBI_MALLOC,STBI_REALLOC,STBI_FREE + GIF bugfix -- seemingly never worked + STBI_NO_*, STBI_ONLY_* + 1.48 (2014-12-14) fix incorrectly-named assert() + 1.47 (2014-12-14) 1/2/4-bit PNG support, both direct and paletted (Omar Cornut & stb) + optimize PNG (ryg) + fix bug in interlaced PNG with user-specified channel count (stb) + 1.46 (2014-08-26) + fix broken tRNS chunk (colorkey-style transparency) in non-paletted PNG + 1.45 (2014-08-16) + fix MSVC-ARM internal compiler error by wrapping malloc + 1.44 (2014-08-07) + various warning fixes from Ronny Chevalier + 1.43 (2014-07-15) + fix MSVC-only compiler problem in code changed in 1.42 + 1.42 (2014-07-09) + don't define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS (affects user code) + fixes to stbi__cleanup_jpeg path + added STBI_ASSERT to avoid requiring assert.h + 1.41 (2014-06-25) + fix search&replace from 1.36 that messed up comments/error messages + 1.40 (2014-06-22) + fix gcc struct-initialization warning + 1.39 (2014-06-15) + fix to TGA optimization when req_comp != number of components in TGA; + fix to GIF loading because BMP wasn't rewinding (whoops, no GIFs in my test suite) + add support for BMP version 5 (more ignored fields) + 1.38 (2014-06-06) + suppress MSVC warnings on integer casts truncating values + fix accidental rename of 'skip' field of I/O + 1.37 (2014-06-04) + remove duplicate typedef + 1.36 (2014-06-03) + convert to header file single-file library + if de-iphone isn't set, load iphone images color-swapped instead of returning NULL + 1.35 (2014-05-27) + various warnings + fix broken STBI_SIMD path + fix bug where stbi_load_from_file no longer left file pointer in correct place + fix broken non-easy path for 32-bit BMP (possibly never used) + TGA optimization by Arseny Kapoulkine + 1.34 (unknown) + use STBI_NOTUSED in stbi__resample_row_generic(), fix one more leak in tga failure case + 1.33 (2011-07-14) + make stbi_is_hdr work in STBI_NO_HDR (as specified), minor compiler-friendly improvements + 1.32 (2011-07-13) + support for "info" function for all supported filetypes (SpartanJ) + 1.31 (2011-06-20) + a few more leak fixes, bug in PNG handling (SpartanJ) + 1.30 (2011-06-11) + added ability to load files via callbacks to accomidate custom input streams (Ben Wenger) + removed deprecated format-specific test/load functions + removed support for installable file formats (stbi_loader) -- would have been broken for IO callbacks anyway + error cases in bmp and tga give messages and don't leak (Raymond Barbiero, grisha) + fix inefficiency in decoding 32-bit BMP (David Woo) + 1.29 (2010-08-16) + various warning fixes from Aurelien Pocheville + 1.28 (2010-08-01) + fix bug in GIF palette transparency (SpartanJ) + 1.27 (2010-08-01) + cast-to-stbi_uc to fix warnings + 1.26 (2010-07-24) + fix bug in file buffering for PNG reported by SpartanJ + 1.25 (2010-07-17) + refix trans_data warning (Won Chun) + 1.24 (2010-07-12) + perf improvements reading from files on platforms with lock-heavy fgetc() + minor perf improvements for jpeg + deprecated type-specific functions so we'll get feedback if they're needed + attempt to fix trans_data warning (Won Chun) + 1.23 fixed bug in iPhone support + 1.22 (2010-07-10) + removed image *writing* support + stbi_info support from Jetro Lauha + GIF support from Jean-Marc Lienher + iPhone PNG-extensions from James Brown + warning-fixes from Nicolas Schulz and Janez Zemva (i.stbi__err. Janez (U+017D)emva) + 1.21 fix use of 'stbi_uc' in header (reported by jon blow) + 1.20 added support for Softimage PIC, by Tom Seddon + 1.19 bug in interlaced PNG corruption check (found by ryg) + 1.18 (2008-08-02) + fix a threading bug (local mutable static) + 1.17 support interlaced PNG + 1.16 major bugfix - stbi__convert_format converted one too many pixels + 1.15 initialize some fields for thread safety + 1.14 fix threadsafe conversion bug + header-file-only version (#define STBI_HEADER_FILE_ONLY before including) + 1.13 threadsafe + 1.12 const qualifiers in the API + 1.11 Support installable IDCT, colorspace conversion routines + 1.10 Fixes for 64-bit (don't use "unsigned long") + optimized upsampling by Fabian "ryg" Giesen + 1.09 Fix format-conversion for PSD code (bad global variables!) + 1.08 Thatcher Ulrich's PSD code integrated by Nicolas Schulz + 1.07 attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again + 1.06 attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again + 1.05 fix TGA loading to return correct *comp and use good luminance calc + 1.04 default float alpha is 1, not 255; use 'void *' for stbi_image_free + 1.03 bugfixes to STBI_NO_STDIO, STBI_NO_HDR + 1.02 support for (subset of) HDR files, float interface for preferred access to them + 1.01 fix bug: possible bug in handling right-side up bmps... not sure + fix bug: the stbi__bmp_load() and stbi__tga_load() functions didn't work at all + 1.00 interface to zlib that skips zlib header + 0.99 correct handling of alpha in palette + 0.98 TGA loader by lonesock; dynamically add loaders (untested) + 0.97 jpeg errors on too large a file; also catch another malloc failure + 0.96 fix detection of invalid v value - particleman@mollyrocket forum + 0.95 during header scan, seek to markers in case of padding + 0.94 STBI_NO_STDIO to disable stdio usage; rename all #defines the same + 0.93 handle jpegtran output; verbose errors + 0.92 read 4,8,16,24,32-bit BMP files of several formats + 0.91 output 24-bit Windows 3.0 BMP files + 0.90 fix a few more warnings; bump version number to approach 1.0 + 0.61 bugfixes due to Marc LeBlanc, Christopher Lloyd + 0.60 fix compiling as c++ + 0.59 fix warnings: merge Dave Moore's -Wall fixes + 0.58 fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len/nlen was wrong endian + 0.57 fix bug: jpg last huffman symbol before marker was >9 bits but less than 16 available + 0.56 fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len vs. nlen + 0.55 fix bug: restart_interval not initialized to 0 + 0.54 allow NULL for 'int *comp' + 0.53 fix bug in png 3->4; speedup png decoding + 0.52 png handles req_comp=3,4 directly; minor cleanup; jpeg comments + 0.51 obey req_comp requests, 1-component jpegs return as 1-component, + on 'test' only check type, not whether we support this variant + 0.50 (2006-11-19) + first released version +*/ + + +/* +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer. +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License +Copyright (c) 2017 Sean Barrett +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of +this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do +so, subject to the following conditions: +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all +copies or substantial portions of the Software. +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. 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It could be + adapted to write to memory or a general streaming interface; let me know. + + The PNG output is not optimal; it is 20-50% larger than the file + written by a decent optimizing implementation. This library is designed + for source code compactness and simplicity, not optimal image file size + or run-time performance. + +BUILDING: + + You can #define STBIW_ASSERT(x) before the #include to avoid using assert.h. + You can #define STBIW_MALLOC(), STBIW_REALLOC(), and STBIW_FREE() to replace + malloc,realloc,free. + You can define STBIW_MEMMOVE() to replace memmove() + +USAGE: + + There are four functions, one for each image file format: + + int stbi_write_png(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data, int stride_in_bytes); + int stbi_write_bmp(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); + int stbi_write_tga(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); + int stbi_write_hdr(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const float *data); + + There are also four equivalent functions that use an arbitrary write function. You are + expected to open/close your file-equivalent before and after calling these: + + int stbi_write_png_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data, int stride_in_bytes); + int stbi_write_bmp_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); + int stbi_write_tga_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); + int stbi_write_hdr_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const float *data); + + where the callback is: + void stbi_write_func(void *context, void *data, int size); + + You can define STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO to disable the file variant of these + functions, so the library will not use stdio.h at all. However, this will + also disable HDR writing, because it requires stdio for formatted output. + + Each function returns 0 on failure and non-0 on success. + + The functions create an image file defined by the parameters. The image + is a rectangle of pixels stored from left-to-right, top-to-bottom. + Each pixel contains 'comp' channels of data stored interleaved with 8-bits + per channel, in the following order: 1=Y, 2=YA, 3=RGB, 4=RGBA. (Y is + monochrome color.) The rectangle is 'w' pixels wide and 'h' pixels tall. + The *data pointer points to the first byte of the top-left-most pixel. + For PNG, "stride_in_bytes" is the distance in bytes from the first byte of + a row of pixels to the first byte of the next row of pixels. + + PNG creates output files with the same number of components as the input. + The BMP format expands Y to RGB in the file format and does not + output alpha. + + PNG supports writing rectangles of data even when the bytes storing rows of + data are not consecutive in memory (e.g. sub-rectangles of a larger image), + by supplying the stride between the beginning of adjacent rows. The other + formats do not. (Thus you cannot write a native-format BMP through the BMP + writer, both because it is in BGR order and because it may have padding + at the end of the line.) + + HDR expects linear float data. Since the format is always 32-bit rgb(e) + data, alpha (if provided) is discarded, and for monochrome data it is + replicated across all three channels. + + TGA supports RLE or non-RLE compressed data. To use non-RLE-compressed + data, set the global variable 'stbi_write_tga_with_rle' to 0. + +CREDITS: + + PNG/BMP/TGA + Sean Barrett + HDR + Baldur Karlsson + TGA monochrome: + Jean-Sebastien Guay + misc enhancements: + Tim Kelsey + TGA RLE + Alan Hickman + initial file IO callback implementation + Emmanuel Julien + bugfixes: + github:Chribba + Guillaume Chereau + github:jry2 + github:romigrou + Sergio Gonzalez + Jonas Karlsson + Filip Wasil + Thatcher Ulrich + github:poppolopoppo + Patrick Boettcher + +LICENSE + + See end of file for license information. + +*/ + +#ifndef INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_WRITE_H +#define INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_WRITE_H + +#ifdef __cplusplus +extern "C" { +#endif + +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_WRITE_STATIC +#define STBIWDEF static +#else +#define STBIWDEF extern +extern int stbi_write_tga_with_rle; +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_png(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data, int stride_in_bytes); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_bmp(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_tga(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_hdr(char const *filename, int w, int h, int comp, const float *data); +#endif + +typedef void stbi_write_func(void *context, void *data, int size); + +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_png_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data, int stride_in_bytes); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_bmp_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_tga_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const void *data); +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_hdr_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int w, int h, int comp, const float *data); + +#ifdef __cplusplus +} +#endif + +#endif//INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_WRITE_H + +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_WRITE_IMPLEMENTATION + +#ifdef _WIN32 + #ifndef _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS + #define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS + #endif + #ifndef _CRT_NONSTDC_NO_DEPRECATE + #define _CRT_NONSTDC_NO_DEPRECATE + #endif +#endif + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +#include <stdio.h> +#endif // STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO + +#include <stdarg.h> +#include <stdlib.h> +#include <string.h> +#include <math.h> + +#if defined(STBIW_MALLOC) && defined(STBIW_FREE) && (defined(STBIW_REALLOC) || defined(STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED)) +// ok +#elif !defined(STBIW_MALLOC) && !defined(STBIW_FREE) && !defined(STBIW_REALLOC) && !defined(STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED) +// ok +#else +#error "Must define all or none of STBIW_MALLOC, STBIW_FREE, and STBIW_REALLOC (or STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED)." +#endif + +#ifndef STBIW_MALLOC +#define STBIW_MALLOC(sz) malloc(sz) +#define STBIW_REALLOC(p,newsz) realloc(p,newsz) +#define STBIW_FREE(p) free(p) +#endif + +#ifndef STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED +#define STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED(p,oldsz,newsz) STBIW_REALLOC(p,newsz) +#endif + + +#ifndef STBIW_MEMMOVE +#define STBIW_MEMMOVE(a,b,sz) memmove(a,b,sz) +#endif + + +#ifndef STBIW_ASSERT +#include <assert.h> +#define STBIW_ASSERT(x) assert(x) +#endif + +#define STBIW_UCHAR(x) (unsigned char) ((x) & 0xff) + +typedef struct +{ + stbi_write_func *func; + void *context; +} stbi__write_context; + +// initialize a callback-based context +static void stbi__start_write_callbacks(stbi__write_context *s, stbi_write_func *c, void *context) +{ + s->func = c; + s->context = context; +} + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO + +static void stbi__stdio_write(void *context, void *data, int size) +{ + fwrite(data,1,size,(FILE*) context); +} + +static int stbi__start_write_file(stbi__write_context *s, const char *filename) +{ + FILE *f = fopen(filename, "wb"); + stbi__start_write_callbacks(s, stbi__stdio_write, (void *) f); + return f != NULL; +} + +static void stbi__end_write_file(stbi__write_context *s) +{ + fclose((FILE *)s->context); +} + +#endif // !STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO + +typedef unsigned int stbiw_uint32; +typedef int stb_image_write_test[sizeof(stbiw_uint32)==4 ? 1 : -1]; + +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_WRITE_STATIC +static int stbi_write_tga_with_rle = 1; +#else +int stbi_write_tga_with_rle = 1; +#endif + +static void stbiw__writefv(stbi__write_context *s, const char *fmt, va_list v) +{ + while (*fmt) { + switch (*fmt++) { + case ' ': break; + case '1': { unsigned char x = STBIW_UCHAR(va_arg(v, int)); + s->func(s->context,&x,1); + break; } + case '2': { int x = va_arg(v,int); + unsigned char b[2]; + b[0] = STBIW_UCHAR(x); + b[1] = STBIW_UCHAR(x>>8); + s->func(s->context,b,2); + break; } + case '4': { stbiw_uint32 x = va_arg(v,int); + unsigned char b[4]; + b[0]=STBIW_UCHAR(x); + b[1]=STBIW_UCHAR(x>>8); + b[2]=STBIW_UCHAR(x>>16); + b[3]=STBIW_UCHAR(x>>24); + s->func(s->context,b,4); + break; } + default: + STBIW_ASSERT(0); + return; + } + } +} + +static void stbiw__writef(stbi__write_context *s, const char *fmt, ...) +{ + va_list v; + va_start(v, fmt); + stbiw__writefv(s, fmt, v); + va_end(v); +} + +static void stbiw__write3(stbi__write_context *s, unsigned char a, unsigned char b, unsigned char c) +{ + unsigned char arr[3]; + arr[0] = a, arr[1] = b, arr[2] = c; + s->func(s->context, arr, 3); +} + +static void stbiw__write_pixel(stbi__write_context *s, int rgb_dir, int comp, int write_alpha, int expand_mono, unsigned char *d) +{ + unsigned char bg[3] = { 255, 0, 255}, px[3]; + int k; + + if (write_alpha < 0) + s->func(s->context, &d[comp - 1], 1); + + switch (comp) { + case 2: // 2 pixels = mono + alpha, alpha is written separately, so same as 1-channel case + case 1: + if (expand_mono) + stbiw__write3(s, d[0], d[0], d[0]); // monochrome bmp + else + s->func(s->context, d, 1); // monochrome TGA + break; + case 4: + if (!write_alpha) { + // composite against pink background + for (k = 0; k < 3; ++k) + px[k] = bg[k] + ((d[k] - bg[k]) * d[3]) / 255; + stbiw__write3(s, px[1 - rgb_dir], px[1], px[1 + rgb_dir]); + break; + } + /* FALLTHROUGH */ + case 3: + stbiw__write3(s, d[1 - rgb_dir], d[1], d[1 + rgb_dir]); + break; + } + if (write_alpha > 0) + s->func(s->context, &d[comp - 1], 1); +} + +static void stbiw__write_pixels(stbi__write_context *s, int rgb_dir, int vdir, int x, int y, int comp, void *data, int write_alpha, int scanline_pad, int expand_mono) +{ + stbiw_uint32 zero = 0; + int i,j, j_end; + + if (y <= 0) + return; + + if (vdir < 0) + j_end = -1, j = y-1; + else + j_end = y, j = 0; + + for (; j != j_end; j += vdir) { + for (i=0; i < x; ++i) { + unsigned char *d = (unsigned char *) data + (j*x+i)*comp; + stbiw__write_pixel(s, rgb_dir, comp, write_alpha, expand_mono, d); + } + s->func(s->context, &zero, scanline_pad); + } +} + +static int stbiw__outfile(stbi__write_context *s, int rgb_dir, int vdir, int x, int y, int comp, int expand_mono, void *data, int alpha, int pad, const char *fmt, ...) +{ + if (y < 0 || x < 0) { + return 0; + } else { + va_list v; + va_start(v, fmt); + stbiw__writefv(s, fmt, v); + va_end(v); + stbiw__write_pixels(s,rgb_dir,vdir,x,y,comp,data,alpha,pad, expand_mono); + return 1; + } +} + +static int stbi_write_bmp_core(stbi__write_context *s, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data) +{ + int pad = (-x*3) & 3; + return stbiw__outfile(s,-1,-1,x,y,comp,1,(void *) data,0,pad, + "11 4 22 4" "4 44 22 444444", + 'B', 'M', 14+40+(x*3+pad)*y, 0,0, 14+40, // file header + 40, x,y, 1,24, 0,0,0,0,0,0); // bitmap header +} + +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_bmp_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + stbi__start_write_callbacks(&s, func, context); + return stbi_write_bmp_core(&s, x, y, comp, data); +} + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_bmp(char const *filename, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + if (stbi__start_write_file(&s,filename)) { + int r = stbi_write_bmp_core(&s, x, y, comp, data); + stbi__end_write_file(&s); + return r; + } else + return 0; +} +#endif //!STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO + +static int stbi_write_tga_core(stbi__write_context *s, int x, int y, int comp, void *data) +{ + int has_alpha = (comp == 2 || comp == 4); + int colorbytes = has_alpha ? comp-1 : comp; + int format = colorbytes < 2 ? 3 : 2; // 3 color channels (RGB/RGBA) = 2, 1 color channel (Y/YA) = 3 + + if (y < 0 || x < 0) + return 0; + + if (!stbi_write_tga_with_rle) { + return stbiw__outfile(s, -1, -1, x, y, comp, 0, (void *) data, has_alpha, 0, + "111 221 2222 11", 0, 0, format, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, x, y, (colorbytes + has_alpha) * 8, has_alpha * 8); + } else { + int i,j,k; + + stbiw__writef(s, "111 221 2222 11", 0,0,format+8, 0,0,0, 0,0,x,y, (colorbytes + has_alpha) * 8, has_alpha * 8); + + for (j = y - 1; j >= 0; --j) { + unsigned char *row = (unsigned char *) data + j * x * comp; + int len; + + for (i = 0; i < x; i += len) { + unsigned char *begin = row + i * comp; + int diff = 1; + len = 1; + + if (i < x - 1) { + ++len; + diff = memcmp(begin, row + (i + 1) * comp, comp); + if (diff) { + const unsigned char *prev = begin; + for (k = i + 2; k < x && len < 128; ++k) { + if (memcmp(prev, row + k * comp, comp)) { + prev += comp; + ++len; + } else { + --len; + break; + } + } + } else { + for (k = i + 2; k < x && len < 128; ++k) { + if (!memcmp(begin, row + k * comp, comp)) { + ++len; + } else { + break; + } + } + } + } + + if (diff) { + unsigned char header = STBIW_UCHAR(len - 1); + s->func(s->context, &header, 1); + for (k = 0; k < len; ++k) { + stbiw__write_pixel(s, -1, comp, has_alpha, 0, begin + k * comp); + } + } else { + unsigned char header = STBIW_UCHAR(len - 129); + s->func(s->context, &header, 1); + stbiw__write_pixel(s, -1, comp, has_alpha, 0, begin); + } + } + } + } + return 1; +} + +int stbi_write_tga_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + stbi__start_write_callbacks(&s, func, context); + return stbi_write_tga_core(&s, x, y, comp, (void *) data); +} + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +int stbi_write_tga(char const *filename, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + if (stbi__start_write_file(&s,filename)) { + int r = stbi_write_tga_core(&s, x, y, comp, (void *) data); + stbi__end_write_file(&s); + return r; + } else + return 0; +} +#endif + +// ************************************************************************************************* +// Radiance RGBE HDR writer +// by Baldur Karlsson + +#define stbiw__max(a, b) ((a) > (b) ? (a) : (b)) + +void stbiw__linear_to_rgbe(unsigned char *rgbe, float *linear) +{ + int exponent; + float maxcomp = stbiw__max(linear[0], stbiw__max(linear[1], linear[2])); + + if (maxcomp < 1e-32f) { + rgbe[0] = rgbe[1] = rgbe[2] = rgbe[3] = 0; + } else { + float normalize = (float) frexp(maxcomp, &exponent) * 256.0f/maxcomp; + + rgbe[0] = (unsigned char)(linear[0] * normalize); + rgbe[1] = (unsigned char)(linear[1] * normalize); + rgbe[2] = (unsigned char)(linear[2] * normalize); + rgbe[3] = (unsigned char)(exponent + 128); + } +} + +void stbiw__write_run_data(stbi__write_context *s, int length, unsigned char databyte) +{ + unsigned char lengthbyte = STBIW_UCHAR(length+128); + STBIW_ASSERT(length+128 <= 255); + s->func(s->context, &lengthbyte, 1); + s->func(s->context, &databyte, 1); +} + +void stbiw__write_dump_data(stbi__write_context *s, int length, unsigned char *data) +{ + unsigned char lengthbyte = STBIW_UCHAR(length); + STBIW_ASSERT(length <= 128); // inconsistent with spec but consistent with official code + s->func(s->context, &lengthbyte, 1); + s->func(s->context, data, length); +} + +void stbiw__write_hdr_scanline(stbi__write_context *s, int width, int ncomp, unsigned char *scratch, float *scanline) +{ + unsigned char scanlineheader[4] = { 2, 2, 0, 0 }; + unsigned char rgbe[4]; + float linear[3]; + int x; + + scanlineheader[2] = (width&0xff00)>>8; + scanlineheader[3] = (width&0x00ff); + + /* skip RLE for images too small or large */ + if (width < 8 || width >= 32768) { + for (x=0; x < width; x++) { + switch (ncomp) { + case 4: /* fallthrough */ + case 3: linear[2] = scanline[x*ncomp + 2]; + linear[1] = scanline[x*ncomp + 1]; + linear[0] = scanline[x*ncomp + 0]; + break; + default: + linear[0] = linear[1] = linear[2] = scanline[x*ncomp + 0]; + break; + } + stbiw__linear_to_rgbe(rgbe, linear); + s->func(s->context, rgbe, 4); + } + } else { + int c,r; + /* encode into scratch buffer */ + for (x=0; x < width; x++) { + switch(ncomp) { + case 4: /* fallthrough */ + case 3: linear[2] = scanline[x*ncomp + 2]; + linear[1] = scanline[x*ncomp + 1]; + linear[0] = scanline[x*ncomp + 0]; + break; + default: + linear[0] = linear[1] = linear[2] = scanline[x*ncomp + 0]; + break; + } + stbiw__linear_to_rgbe(rgbe, linear); + scratch[x + width*0] = rgbe[0]; + scratch[x + width*1] = rgbe[1]; + scratch[x + width*2] = rgbe[2]; + scratch[x + width*3] = rgbe[3]; + } + + s->func(s->context, scanlineheader, 4); + + /* RLE each component separately */ + for (c=0; c < 4; c++) { + unsigned char *comp = &scratch[width*c]; + + x = 0; + while (x < width) { + // find first run + r = x; + while (r+2 < width) { + if (comp[r] == comp[r+1] && comp[r] == comp[r+2]) + break; + ++r; + } + if (r+2 >= width) + r = width; + // dump up to first run + while (x < r) { + int len = r-x; + if (len > 128) len = 128; + stbiw__write_dump_data(s, len, &comp[x]); + x += len; + } + // if there's a run, output it + if (r+2 < width) { // same test as what we break out of in search loop, so only true if we break'd + // find next byte after run + while (r < width && comp[r] == comp[x]) + ++r; + // output run up to r + while (x < r) { + int len = r-x; + if (len > 127) len = 127; + stbiw__write_run_data(s, len, comp[x]); + x += len; + } + } + } + } + } +} + +static int stbi_write_hdr_core(stbi__write_context *s, int x, int y, int comp, float *data) +{ + if (y <= 0 || x <= 0 || data == NULL) + return 0; + else { + // Each component is stored separately. Allocate scratch space for full output scanline. + unsigned char *scratch = (unsigned char *) STBIW_MALLOC(x*4); + int i, len; + char buffer[128]; + char header[] = "#?RADIANCE\n# Written by stb_image_write.h\nFORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe\n"; + s->func(s->context, header, sizeof(header)-1); + + len = sprintf(buffer, "EXPOSURE= 1.0000000000000\n\n-Y %d +X %d\n", y, x); + s->func(s->context, buffer, len); + + for(i=0; i < y; i++) + stbiw__write_hdr_scanline(s, x, comp, scratch, data + comp*i*x); + STBIW_FREE(scratch); + return 1; + } +} + +int stbi_write_hdr_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int x, int y, int comp, const float *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + stbi__start_write_callbacks(&s, func, context); + return stbi_write_hdr_core(&s, x, y, comp, (float *) data); +} + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +int stbi_write_hdr(char const *filename, int x, int y, int comp, const float *data) +{ + stbi__write_context s; + if (stbi__start_write_file(&s,filename)) { + int r = stbi_write_hdr_core(&s, x, y, comp, (float *) data); + stbi__end_write_file(&s); + return r; + } else + return 0; +} +#endif // STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// PNG writer +// + +// stretchy buffer; stbiw__sbpush() == vector<>::push_back() -- stbiw__sbcount() == vector<>::size() +#define stbiw__sbraw(a) ((int *) (a) - 2) +#define stbiw__sbm(a) stbiw__sbraw(a)[0] +#define stbiw__sbn(a) stbiw__sbraw(a)[1] + +#define stbiw__sbneedgrow(a,n) ((a)==0 || stbiw__sbn(a)+n >= stbiw__sbm(a)) +#define stbiw__sbmaybegrow(a,n) (stbiw__sbneedgrow(a,(n)) ? stbiw__sbgrow(a,n) : 0) +#define stbiw__sbgrow(a,n) stbiw__sbgrowf((void **) &(a), (n), sizeof(*(a))) + +#define stbiw__sbpush(a, v) (stbiw__sbmaybegrow(a,1), (a)[stbiw__sbn(a)++] = (v)) +#define stbiw__sbcount(a) ((a) ? stbiw__sbn(a) : 0) +#define stbiw__sbfree(a) ((a) ? STBIW_FREE(stbiw__sbraw(a)),0 : 0) + +static void *stbiw__sbgrowf(void **arr, int increment, int itemsize) +{ + int m = *arr ? 2*stbiw__sbm(*arr)+increment : increment+1; + void *p = STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED(*arr ? stbiw__sbraw(*arr) : 0, *arr ? (stbiw__sbm(*arr)*itemsize + sizeof(int)*2) : 0, itemsize * m + sizeof(int)*2); + STBIW_ASSERT(p); + if (p) { + if (!*arr) ((int *) p)[1] = 0; + *arr = (void *) ((int *) p + 2); + stbiw__sbm(*arr) = m; + } + return *arr; +} + +static unsigned char *stbiw__zlib_flushf(unsigned char *data, unsigned int *bitbuffer, int *bitcount) +{ + while (*bitcount >= 8) { + stbiw__sbpush(data, STBIW_UCHAR(*bitbuffer)); + *bitbuffer >>= 8; + *bitcount -= 8; + } + return data; +} + +static int stbiw__zlib_bitrev(int code, int codebits) +{ + int res=0; + while (codebits--) { + res = (res << 1) | (code & 1); + code >>= 1; + } + return res; +} + +static unsigned int stbiw__zlib_countm(unsigned char *a, unsigned char *b, int limit) +{ + int i; + for (i=0; i < limit && i < 258; ++i) + if (a[i] != b[i]) break; + return i; +} + +static unsigned int stbiw__zhash(unsigned char *data) +{ + stbiw_uint32 hash = data[0] + (data[1] << 8) + (data[2] << 16); + hash ^= hash << 3; + hash += hash >> 5; + hash ^= hash << 4; + hash += hash >> 17; + hash ^= hash << 25; + hash += hash >> 6; + return hash; +} + +#define stbiw__zlib_flush() (out = stbiw__zlib_flushf(out, &bitbuf, &bitcount)) +#define stbiw__zlib_add(code,codebits) \ + (bitbuf |= (code) << bitcount, bitcount += (codebits), stbiw__zlib_flush()) +#define stbiw__zlib_huffa(b,c) stbiw__zlib_add(stbiw__zlib_bitrev(b,c),c) +// default huffman tables +#define stbiw__zlib_huff1(n) stbiw__zlib_huffa(0x30 + (n), 8) +#define stbiw__zlib_huff2(n) stbiw__zlib_huffa(0x190 + (n)-144, 9) +#define stbiw__zlib_huff3(n) stbiw__zlib_huffa(0 + (n)-256,7) +#define stbiw__zlib_huff4(n) stbiw__zlib_huffa(0xc0 + (n)-280,8) +#define stbiw__zlib_huff(n) ((n) <= 143 ? stbiw__zlib_huff1(n) : (n) <= 255 ? stbiw__zlib_huff2(n) : (n) <= 279 ? stbiw__zlib_huff3(n) : stbiw__zlib_huff4(n)) +#define stbiw__zlib_huffb(n) ((n) <= 143 ? stbiw__zlib_huff1(n) : stbiw__zlib_huff2(n)) + +#define stbiw__ZHASH 16384 + +unsigned char * stbi_zlib_compress(unsigned char *data, int data_len, int *out_len, int quality) +{ + static unsigned short lengthc[] = { 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,15,17,19,23,27,31,35,43,51,59,67,83,99,115,131,163,195,227,258, 259 }; + static unsigned char lengtheb[]= { 0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 0 }; + static unsigned short distc[] = { 1,2,3,4,5,7,9,13,17,25,33,49,65,97,129,193,257,385,513,769,1025,1537,2049,3073,4097,6145,8193,12289,16385,24577, 32768 }; + static unsigned char disteb[] = { 0,0,0,0,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,13,13 }; + unsigned int bitbuf=0; + int i,j, bitcount=0; + unsigned char *out = NULL; + unsigned char ***hash_table = (unsigned char***) STBIW_MALLOC(stbiw__ZHASH * sizeof(char**)); + if (quality < 5) quality = 5; + + stbiw__sbpush(out, 0x78); // DEFLATE 32K window + stbiw__sbpush(out, 0x5e); // FLEVEL = 1 + stbiw__zlib_add(1,1); // BFINAL = 1 + stbiw__zlib_add(1,2); // BTYPE = 1 -- fixed huffman + + for (i=0; i < stbiw__ZHASH; ++i) + hash_table[i] = NULL; + + i=0; + while (i < data_len-3) { + // hash next 3 bytes of data to be compressed + int h = stbiw__zhash(data+i)&(stbiw__ZHASH-1), best=3; + unsigned char *bestloc = 0; + unsigned char **hlist = hash_table[h]; + int n = stbiw__sbcount(hlist); + for (j=0; j < n; ++j) { + if (hlist[j]-data > i-32768) { // if entry lies within window + int d = stbiw__zlib_countm(hlist[j], data+i, data_len-i); + if (d >= best) best=d,bestloc=hlist[j]; + } + } + // when hash table entry is too long, delete half the entries + if (hash_table[h] && stbiw__sbn(hash_table[h]) == 2*quality) { + STBIW_MEMMOVE(hash_table[h], hash_table[h]+quality, sizeof(hash_table[h][0])*quality); + stbiw__sbn(hash_table[h]) = quality; + } + stbiw__sbpush(hash_table[h],data+i); + + if (bestloc) { + // "lazy matching" - check match at *next* byte, and if it's better, do cur byte as literal + h = stbiw__zhash(data+i+1)&(stbiw__ZHASH-1); + hlist = hash_table[h]; + n = stbiw__sbcount(hlist); + for (j=0; j < n; ++j) { + if (hlist[j]-data > i-32767) { + int e = stbiw__zlib_countm(hlist[j], data+i+1, data_len-i-1); + if (e > best) { // if next match is better, bail on current match + bestloc = NULL; + break; + } + } + } + } + + if (bestloc) { + int d = (int) (data+i - bestloc); // distance back + STBIW_ASSERT(d <= 32767 && best <= 258); + for (j=0; best > lengthc[j+1]-1; ++j); + stbiw__zlib_huff(j+257); + if (lengtheb[j]) stbiw__zlib_add(best - lengthc[j], lengtheb[j]); + for (j=0; d > distc[j+1]-1; ++j); + stbiw__zlib_add(stbiw__zlib_bitrev(j,5),5); + if (disteb[j]) stbiw__zlib_add(d - distc[j], disteb[j]); + i += best; + } else { + stbiw__zlib_huffb(data[i]); + ++i; + } + } + // write out final bytes + for (;i < data_len; ++i) + stbiw__zlib_huffb(data[i]); + stbiw__zlib_huff(256); // end of block + // pad with 0 bits to byte boundary + while (bitcount) + stbiw__zlib_add(0,1); + + for (i=0; i < stbiw__ZHASH; ++i) + (void) stbiw__sbfree(hash_table[i]); + STBIW_FREE(hash_table); + + { + // compute adler32 on input + unsigned int s1=1, s2=0; + int blocklen = (int) (data_len % 5552); + j=0; + while (j < data_len) { + for (i=0; i < blocklen; ++i) s1 += data[j+i], s2 += s1; + s1 %= 65521, s2 %= 65521; + j += blocklen; + blocklen = 5552; + } + stbiw__sbpush(out, STBIW_UCHAR(s2 >> 8)); + stbiw__sbpush(out, STBIW_UCHAR(s2)); + stbiw__sbpush(out, STBIW_UCHAR(s1 >> 8)); + stbiw__sbpush(out, STBIW_UCHAR(s1)); + } + *out_len = stbiw__sbn(out); + // make returned pointer freeable + STBIW_MEMMOVE(stbiw__sbraw(out), out, *out_len); + return (unsigned char *) stbiw__sbraw(out); +} + +static unsigned int stbiw__crc32(unsigned char *buffer, int len) +{ + static unsigned int crc_table[256] = + { + 0x00000000, 0x77073096, 0xEE0E612C, 0x990951BA, 0x076DC419, 0x706AF48F, 0xE963A535, 0x9E6495A3, + 0x0eDB8832, 0x79DCB8A4, 0xE0D5E91E, 0x97D2D988, 0x09B64C2B, 0x7EB17CBD, 0xE7B82D07, 0x90BF1D91, + 0x1DB71064, 0x6AB020F2, 0xF3B97148, 0x84BE41DE, 0x1ADAD47D, 0x6DDDE4EB, 0xF4D4B551, 0x83D385C7, + 0x136C9856, 0x646BA8C0, 0xFD62F97A, 0x8A65C9EC, 0x14015C4F, 0x63066CD9, 0xFA0F3D63, 0x8D080DF5, + 0x3B6E20C8, 0x4C69105E, 0xD56041E4, 0xA2677172, 0x3C03E4D1, 0x4B04D447, 0xD20D85FD, 0xA50AB56B, + 0x35B5A8FA, 0x42B2986C, 0xDBBBC9D6, 0xACBCF940, 0x32D86CE3, 0x45DF5C75, 0xDCD60DCF, 0xABD13D59, + 0x26D930AC, 0x51DE003A, 0xC8D75180, 0xBFD06116, 0x21B4F4B5, 0x56B3C423, 0xCFBA9599, 0xB8BDA50F, + 0x2802B89E, 0x5F058808, 0xC60CD9B2, 0xB10BE924, 0x2F6F7C87, 0x58684C11, 0xC1611DAB, 0xB6662D3D, + 0x76DC4190, 0x01DB7106, 0x98D220BC, 0xEFD5102A, 0x71B18589, 0x06B6B51F, 0x9FBFE4A5, 0xE8B8D433, + 0x7807C9A2, 0x0F00F934, 0x9609A88E, 0xE10E9818, 0x7F6A0DBB, 0x086D3D2D, 0x91646C97, 0xE6635C01, + 0x6B6B51F4, 0x1C6C6162, 0x856530D8, 0xF262004E, 0x6C0695ED, 0x1B01A57B, 0x8208F4C1, 0xF50FC457, + 0x65B0D9C6, 0x12B7E950, 0x8BBEB8EA, 0xFCB9887C, 0x62DD1DDF, 0x15DA2D49, 0x8CD37CF3, 0xFBD44C65, + 0x4DB26158, 0x3AB551CE, 0xA3BC0074, 0xD4BB30E2, 0x4ADFA541, 0x3DD895D7, 0xA4D1C46D, 0xD3D6F4FB, + 0x4369E96A, 0x346ED9FC, 0xAD678846, 0xDA60B8D0, 0x44042D73, 0x33031DE5, 0xAA0A4C5F, 0xDD0D7CC9, + 0x5005713C, 0x270241AA, 0xBE0B1010, 0xC90C2086, 0x5768B525, 0x206F85B3, 0xB966D409, 0xCE61E49F, + 0x5EDEF90E, 0x29D9C998, 0xB0D09822, 0xC7D7A8B4, 0x59B33D17, 0x2EB40D81, 0xB7BD5C3B, 0xC0BA6CAD, + 0xEDB88320, 0x9ABFB3B6, 0x03B6E20C, 0x74B1D29A, 0xEAD54739, 0x9DD277AF, 0x04DB2615, 0x73DC1683, + 0xE3630B12, 0x94643B84, 0x0D6D6A3E, 0x7A6A5AA8, 0xE40ECF0B, 0x9309FF9D, 0x0A00AE27, 0x7D079EB1, + 0xF00F9344, 0x8708A3D2, 0x1E01F268, 0x6906C2FE, 0xF762575D, 0x806567CB, 0x196C3671, 0x6E6B06E7, + 0xFED41B76, 0x89D32BE0, 0x10DA7A5A, 0x67DD4ACC, 0xF9B9DF6F, 0x8EBEEFF9, 0x17B7BE43, 0x60B08ED5, + 0xD6D6A3E8, 0xA1D1937E, 0x38D8C2C4, 0x4FDFF252, 0xD1BB67F1, 0xA6BC5767, 0x3FB506DD, 0x48B2364B, + 0xD80D2BDA, 0xAF0A1B4C, 0x36034AF6, 0x41047A60, 0xDF60EFC3, 0xA867DF55, 0x316E8EEF, 0x4669BE79, + 0xCB61B38C, 0xBC66831A, 0x256FD2A0, 0x5268E236, 0xCC0C7795, 0xBB0B4703, 0x220216B9, 0x5505262F, + 0xC5BA3BBE, 0xB2BD0B28, 0x2BB45A92, 0x5CB36A04, 0xC2D7FFA7, 0xB5D0CF31, 0x2CD99E8B, 0x5BDEAE1D, + 0x9B64C2B0, 0xEC63F226, 0x756AA39C, 0x026D930A, 0x9C0906A9, 0xEB0E363F, 0x72076785, 0x05005713, + 0x95BF4A82, 0xE2B87A14, 0x7BB12BAE, 0x0CB61B38, 0x92D28E9B, 0xE5D5BE0D, 0x7CDCEFB7, 0x0BDBDF21, + 0x86D3D2D4, 0xF1D4E242, 0x68DDB3F8, 0x1FDA836E, 0x81BE16CD, 0xF6B9265B, 0x6FB077E1, 0x18B74777, + 0x88085AE6, 0xFF0F6A70, 0x66063BCA, 0x11010B5C, 0x8F659EFF, 0xF862AE69, 0x616BFFD3, 0x166CCF45, + 0xA00AE278, 0xD70DD2EE, 0x4E048354, 0x3903B3C2, 0xA7672661, 0xD06016F7, 0x4969474D, 0x3E6E77DB, + 0xAED16A4A, 0xD9D65ADC, 0x40DF0B66, 0x37D83BF0, 0xA9BCAE53, 0xDEBB9EC5, 0x47B2CF7F, 0x30B5FFE9, + 0xBDBDF21C, 0xCABAC28A, 0x53B39330, 0x24B4A3A6, 0xBAD03605, 0xCDD70693, 0x54DE5729, 0x23D967BF, + 0xB3667A2E, 0xC4614AB8, 0x5D681B02, 0x2A6F2B94, 0xB40BBE37, 0xC30C8EA1, 0x5A05DF1B, 0x2D02EF8D + }; + + unsigned int crc = ~0u; + int i; + for (i=0; i < len; ++i) + crc = (crc >> 8) ^ crc_table[buffer[i] ^ (crc & 0xff)]; + return ~crc; +} + +#define stbiw__wpng4(o,a,b,c,d) ((o)[0]=STBIW_UCHAR(a),(o)[1]=STBIW_UCHAR(b),(o)[2]=STBIW_UCHAR(c),(o)[3]=STBIW_UCHAR(d),(o)+=4) +#define stbiw__wp32(data,v) stbiw__wpng4(data, (v)>>24,(v)>>16,(v)>>8,(v)); +#define stbiw__wptag(data,s) stbiw__wpng4(data, s[0],s[1],s[2],s[3]) + +static void stbiw__wpcrc(unsigned char **data, int len) +{ + unsigned int crc = stbiw__crc32(*data - len - 4, len+4); + stbiw__wp32(*data, crc); +} + +static unsigned char stbiw__paeth(int a, int b, int c) +{ + int p = a + b - c, pa = abs(p-a), pb = abs(p-b), pc = abs(p-c); + if (pa <= pb && pa <= pc) return STBIW_UCHAR(a); + if (pb <= pc) return STBIW_UCHAR(b); + return STBIW_UCHAR(c); +} + +// @OPTIMIZE: provide an option that always forces left-predict or paeth predict +unsigned char *stbi_write_png_to_mem(unsigned char *pixels, int stride_bytes, int x, int y, int n, int *out_len) +{ + int ctype[5] = { -1, 0, 4, 2, 6 }; + unsigned char sig[8] = { 137,80,78,71,13,10,26,10 }; + unsigned char *out,*o, *filt, *zlib; + signed char *line_buffer; + int i,j,k,p,zlen; + + if (stride_bytes == 0) + stride_bytes = x * n; + + filt = (unsigned char *) STBIW_MALLOC((x*n+1) * y); if (!filt) return 0; + line_buffer = (signed char *) STBIW_MALLOC(x * n); if (!line_buffer) { STBIW_FREE(filt); return 0; } + for (j=0; j < y; ++j) { + static int mapping[] = { 0,1,2,3,4 }; + static int firstmap[] = { 0,1,0,5,6 }; + int *mymap = (j != 0) ? mapping : firstmap; + int best = 0, bestval = 0x7fffffff; + for (p=0; p < 2; ++p) { + for (k= p?best:0; k < 5; ++k) { // @TODO: clarity: rewrite this to go 0..5, and 'continue' the unwanted ones during 2nd pass + int type = mymap[k],est=0; + unsigned char *z = pixels + stride_bytes*j; + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) + switch (type) { + case 0: line_buffer[i] = z[i]; break; + case 1: line_buffer[i] = z[i]; break; + case 2: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - z[i-stride_bytes]; break; + case 3: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - (z[i-stride_bytes]>>1); break; + case 4: line_buffer[i] = (signed char) (z[i] - stbiw__paeth(0,z[i-stride_bytes],0)); break; + case 5: line_buffer[i] = z[i]; break; + case 6: line_buffer[i] = z[i]; break; + } + for (i=n; i < x*n; ++i) { + switch (type) { + case 0: line_buffer[i] = z[i]; break; + case 1: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - z[i-n]; break; + case 2: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - z[i-stride_bytes]; break; + case 3: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - ((z[i-n] + z[i-stride_bytes])>>1); break; + case 4: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - stbiw__paeth(z[i-n], z[i-stride_bytes], z[i-stride_bytes-n]); break; + case 5: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - (z[i-n]>>1); break; + case 6: line_buffer[i] = z[i] - stbiw__paeth(z[i-n], 0,0); break; + } + } + if (p) break; + for (i=0; i < x*n; ++i) + est += abs((signed char) line_buffer[i]); + if (est < bestval) { bestval = est; best = k; } + } + } + // when we get here, best contains the filter type, and line_buffer contains the data + filt[j*(x*n+1)] = (unsigned char) best; + STBIW_MEMMOVE(filt+j*(x*n+1)+1, line_buffer, x*n); + } + STBIW_FREE(line_buffer); + zlib = stbi_zlib_compress(filt, y*( x*n+1), &zlen, 8); // increase 8 to get smaller but use more memory + STBIW_FREE(filt); + if (!zlib) return 0; + + // each tag requires 12 bytes of overhead + out = (unsigned char *) STBIW_MALLOC(8 + 12+13 + 12+zlen + 12); + if (!out) return 0; + *out_len = 8 + 12+13 + 12+zlen + 12; + + o=out; + STBIW_MEMMOVE(o,sig,8); o+= 8; + stbiw__wp32(o, 13); // header length + stbiw__wptag(o, "IHDR"); + stbiw__wp32(o, x); + stbiw__wp32(o, y); + *o++ = 8; + *o++ = STBIW_UCHAR(ctype[n]); + *o++ = 0; + *o++ = 0; + *o++ = 0; + stbiw__wpcrc(&o,13); + + stbiw__wp32(o, zlen); + stbiw__wptag(o, "IDAT"); + STBIW_MEMMOVE(o, zlib, zlen); + o += zlen; + STBIW_FREE(zlib); + stbiw__wpcrc(&o, zlen); + + stbiw__wp32(o,0); + stbiw__wptag(o, "IEND"); + stbiw__wpcrc(&o,0); + + STBIW_ASSERT(o == out + *out_len); + + return out; +} + +#ifndef STBI_WRITE_NO_STDIO +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_png(char const *filename, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data, int stride_bytes) +{ + FILE *f; + int len; + unsigned char *png = stbi_write_png_to_mem((unsigned char *) data, stride_bytes, x, y, comp, &len); + if (png == NULL) return 0; + f = fopen(filename, "wb"); + if (!f) { STBIW_FREE(png); return 0; } + fwrite(png, 1, len, f); + fclose(f); + STBIW_FREE(png); + return 1; +} +#endif + +STBIWDEF int stbi_write_png_to_func(stbi_write_func *func, void *context, int x, int y, int comp, const void *data, int stride_bytes) +{ + int len; + unsigned char *png = stbi_write_png_to_mem((unsigned char *) data, stride_bytes, x, y, comp, &len); + if (png == NULL) return 0; + func(context, png, len); + STBIW_FREE(png); + return 1; +} + +#endif // STB_IMAGE_WRITE_IMPLEMENTATION + +/* Revision history + 1.04 (2017-03-03) + monochrome BMP expansion + 1.03 ??? + 1.02 (2016-04-02) + avoid allocating large structures on the stack + 1.01 (2016-01-16) + STBIW_REALLOC_SIZED: support allocators with no realloc support + avoid race-condition in crc initialization + minor compile issues + 1.00 (2015-09-14) + installable file IO function + 0.99 (2015-09-13) + warning fixes; TGA rle support + 0.98 (2015-04-08) + added STBIW_MALLOC, STBIW_ASSERT etc + 0.97 (2015-01-18) + fixed HDR asserts, rewrote HDR rle logic + 0.96 (2015-01-17) + add HDR output + fix monochrome BMP + 0.95 (2014-08-17) + add monochrome TGA output + 0.94 (2014-05-31) + rename private functions to avoid conflicts with stb_image.h + 0.93 (2014-05-27) + warning fixes + 0.92 (2010-08-01) + casts to unsigned char to fix warnings + 0.91 (2010-07-17) + first public release + 0.90 first internal release +*/ + +/* +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer. +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License +Copyright (c) 2017 Sean Barrett +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of +this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do +so, subject to the following conditions: +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all +copies or substantial portions of the Software. +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. 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We intend this dedication to be an +overt act of relinquishment in perpetuity of all present and future rights to +this software under copyright law. +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE +AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN +ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION +WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +*/ diff --git a/libs/stb/stb_rect_pack.h b/libs/stb/stb_rect_pack.h @@ -0,0 +1,635 @@ +// stb_rect_pack.h - v0.11 - public domain - rectangle packing +// Sean Barrett 2014 +// +// Useful for e.g. packing rectangular textures into an atlas. +// Does not do rotation. +// +// Not necessarily the awesomest packing method, but better than +// the totally naive one in stb_truetype (which is primarily what +// this is meant to replace). +// +// Has only had a few tests run, may have issues. +// +// More docs to come. +// +// No memory allocations; uses qsort() and assert() from stdlib. +// Can override those by defining STBRP_SORT and STBRP_ASSERT. +// +// This library currently uses the Skyline Bottom-Left algorithm. +// +// Please note: better rectangle packers are welcome! Please +// implement them to the same API, but with a different init +// function. +// +// Credits +// +// Library +// Sean Barrett +// Minor features +// Martins Mozeiko +// github:IntellectualKitty +// +// Bugfixes / warning fixes +// Jeremy Jaussaud +// +// Version history: +// +// 0.11 (2017-03-03) return packing success/fail result +// 0.10 (2016-10-25) remove cast-away-const to avoid warnings +// 0.09 (2016-08-27) fix compiler warnings +// 0.08 (2015-09-13) really fix bug with empty rects (w=0 or h=0) +// 0.07 (2015-09-13) fix bug with empty rects (w=0 or h=0) +// 0.06 (2015-04-15) added STBRP_SORT to allow replacing qsort +// 0.05: added STBRP_ASSERT to allow replacing assert +// 0.04: fixed minor bug in STBRP_LARGE_RECTS support +// 0.01: initial release +// +// LICENSE +// +// See end of file for license information. + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// INCLUDE SECTION +// + +#ifndef STB_INCLUDE_STB_RECT_PACK_H +#define STB_INCLUDE_STB_RECT_PACK_H + +#define STB_RECT_PACK_VERSION 1 + +#ifdef STBRP_STATIC +#define STBRP_DEF static +#else +#define STBRP_DEF extern +#endif + +#ifdef __cplusplus +extern "C" { +#endif + +typedef struct stbrp_context stbrp_context; +typedef struct stbrp_node stbrp_node; +typedef struct stbrp_rect stbrp_rect; + +#ifdef STBRP_LARGE_RECTS +typedef int stbrp_coord; +#else +typedef unsigned short stbrp_coord; +#endif + +STBRP_DEF int stbrp_pack_rects (stbrp_context *context, stbrp_rect *rects, int num_rects); +// Assign packed locations to rectangles. The rectangles are of type +// 'stbrp_rect' defined below, stored in the array 'rects', and there +// are 'num_rects' many of them. +// +// Rectangles which are successfully packed have the 'was_packed' flag +// set to a non-zero value and 'x' and 'y' store the minimum location +// on each axis (i.e. bottom-left in cartesian coordinates, top-left +// if you imagine y increasing downwards). Rectangles which do not fit +// have the 'was_packed' flag set to 0. +// +// You should not try to access the 'rects' array from another thread +// while this function is running, as the function temporarily reorders +// the array while it executes. +// +// To pack into another rectangle, you need to call stbrp_init_target +// again. To continue packing into the same rectangle, you can call +// this function again. Calling this multiple times with multiple rect +// arrays will probably produce worse packing results than calling it +// a single time with the full rectangle array, but the option is +// available. +// +// The function returns 1 if all of the rectangles were successfully +// packed and 0 otherwise. + +struct stbrp_rect +{ + // reserved for your use: + int id; + + // input: + stbrp_coord w, h; + + // output: + stbrp_coord x, y; + int was_packed; // non-zero if valid packing + +}; // 16 bytes, nominally + + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_init_target (stbrp_context *context, int width, int height, stbrp_node *nodes, int num_nodes); +// Initialize a rectangle packer to: +// pack a rectangle that is 'width' by 'height' in dimensions +// using temporary storage provided by the array 'nodes', which is 'num_nodes' long +// +// You must call this function every time you start packing into a new target. +// +// There is no "shutdown" function. The 'nodes' memory must stay valid for +// the following stbrp_pack_rects() call (or calls), but can be freed after +// the call (or calls) finish. +// +// Note: to guarantee best results, either: +// 1. make sure 'num_nodes' >= 'width' +// or 2. call stbrp_allow_out_of_mem() defined below with 'allow_out_of_mem = 1' +// +// If you don't do either of the above things, widths will be quantized to multiples +// of small integers to guarantee the algorithm doesn't run out of temporary storage. +// +// If you do #2, then the non-quantized algorithm will be used, but the algorithm +// may run out of temporary storage and be unable to pack some rectangles. + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_setup_allow_out_of_mem (stbrp_context *context, int allow_out_of_mem); +// Optionally call this function after init but before doing any packing to +// change the handling of the out-of-temp-memory scenario, described above. +// If you call init again, this will be reset to the default (false). + + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_setup_heuristic (stbrp_context *context, int heuristic); +// Optionally select which packing heuristic the library should use. Different +// heuristics will produce better/worse results for different data sets. +// If you call init again, this will be reset to the default. + +enum +{ + STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_default=0, + STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BL_sortHeight = STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_default, + STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BF_sortHeight +}; + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// the details of the following structures don't matter to you, but they must +// be visible so you can handle the memory allocations for them + +struct stbrp_node +{ + stbrp_coord x,y; + stbrp_node *next; +}; + +struct stbrp_context +{ + int width; + int height; + int align; + int init_mode; + int heuristic; + int num_nodes; + stbrp_node *active_head; + stbrp_node *free_head; + stbrp_node extra[2]; // we allocate two extra nodes so optimal user-node-count is 'width' not 'width+2' +}; + +#ifdef __cplusplus +} +#endif + +#endif + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// IMPLEMENTATION SECTION +// + +#ifdef STB_RECT_PACK_IMPLEMENTATION +#ifndef STBRP_SORT +#include <stdlib.h> +#define STBRP_SORT qsort +#endif + +#ifndef STBRP_ASSERT +#include <assert.h> +#define STBRP_ASSERT assert +#endif + +#ifdef _MSC_VER +#define STBRP__NOTUSED(v) (void)(v) +#else +#define STBRP__NOTUSED(v) (void)sizeof(v) +#endif + +enum +{ + STBRP__INIT_skyline = 1 +}; + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_setup_heuristic(stbrp_context *context, int heuristic) +{ + switch (context->init_mode) { + case STBRP__INIT_skyline: + STBRP_ASSERT(heuristic == STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BL_sortHeight || heuristic == STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BF_sortHeight); + context->heuristic = heuristic; + break; + default: + STBRP_ASSERT(0); + } +} + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_setup_allow_out_of_mem(stbrp_context *context, int allow_out_of_mem) +{ + if (allow_out_of_mem) + // if it's ok to run out of memory, then don't bother aligning them; + // this gives better packing, but may fail due to OOM (even though + // the rectangles easily fit). @TODO a smarter approach would be to only + // quantize once we've hit OOM, then we could get rid of this parameter. + context->align = 1; + else { + // if it's not ok to run out of memory, then quantize the widths + // so that num_nodes is always enough nodes. + // + // I.e. num_nodes * align >= width + // align >= width / num_nodes + // align = ceil(width/num_nodes) + + context->align = (context->width + context->num_nodes-1) / context->num_nodes; + } +} + +STBRP_DEF void stbrp_init_target(stbrp_context *context, int width, int height, stbrp_node *nodes, int num_nodes) +{ + int i; +#ifndef STBRP_LARGE_RECTS + STBRP_ASSERT(width <= 0xffff && height <= 0xffff); +#endif + + for (i=0; i < num_nodes-1; ++i) + nodes[i].next = &nodes[i+1]; + nodes[i].next = NULL; + context->init_mode = STBRP__INIT_skyline; + context->heuristic = STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_default; + context->free_head = &nodes[0]; + context->active_head = &context->extra[0]; + context->width = width; + context->height = height; + context->num_nodes = num_nodes; + stbrp_setup_allow_out_of_mem(context, 0); + + // node 0 is the full width, node 1 is the sentinel (lets us not store width explicitly) + context->extra[0].x = 0; + context->extra[0].y = 0; + context->extra[0].next = &context->extra[1]; + context->extra[1].x = (stbrp_coord) width; +#ifdef STBRP_LARGE_RECTS + context->extra[1].y = (1<<30); +#else + context->extra[1].y = 65535; +#endif + context->extra[1].next = NULL; +} + +// find minimum y position if it starts at x1 +static int stbrp__skyline_find_min_y(stbrp_context *c, stbrp_node *first, int x0, int width, int *pwaste) +{ + stbrp_node *node = first; + int x1 = x0 + width; + int min_y, visited_width, waste_area; + + STBRP__NOTUSED(c); + + STBRP_ASSERT(first->x <= x0); + + #if 0 + // skip in case we're past the node + while (node->next->x <= x0) + ++node; + #else + STBRP_ASSERT(node->next->x > x0); // we ended up handling this in the caller for efficiency + #endif + + STBRP_ASSERT(node->x <= x0); + + min_y = 0; + waste_area = 0; + visited_width = 0; + while (node->x < x1) { + if (node->y > min_y) { + // raise min_y higher. + // we've accounted for all waste up to min_y, + // but we'll now add more waste for everything we've visted + waste_area += visited_width * (node->y - min_y); + min_y = node->y; + // the first time through, visited_width might be reduced + if (node->x < x0) + visited_width += node->next->x - x0; + else + visited_width += node->next->x - node->x; + } else { + // add waste area + int under_width = node->next->x - node->x; + if (under_width + visited_width > width) + under_width = width - visited_width; + waste_area += under_width * (min_y - node->y); + visited_width += under_width; + } + node = node->next; + } + + *pwaste = waste_area; + return min_y; +} + +typedef struct +{ + int x,y; + stbrp_node **prev_link; +} stbrp__findresult; + +static stbrp__findresult stbrp__skyline_find_best_pos(stbrp_context *c, int width, int height) +{ + int best_waste = (1<<30), best_x, best_y = (1 << 30); + stbrp__findresult fr; + stbrp_node **prev, *node, *tail, **best = NULL; + + // align to multiple of c->align + width = (width + c->align - 1); + width -= width % c->align; + STBRP_ASSERT(width % c->align == 0); + + node = c->active_head; + prev = &c->active_head; + while (node->x + width <= c->width) { + int y,waste; + y = stbrp__skyline_find_min_y(c, node, node->x, width, &waste); + if (c->heuristic == STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BL_sortHeight) { // actually just want to test BL + // bottom left + if (y < best_y) { + best_y = y; + best = prev; + } + } else { + // best-fit + if (y + height <= c->height) { + // can only use it if it first vertically + if (y < best_y || (y == best_y && waste < best_waste)) { + best_y = y; + best_waste = waste; + best = prev; + } + } + } + prev = &node->next; + node = node->next; + } + + best_x = (best == NULL) ? 0 : (*best)->x; + + // if doing best-fit (BF), we also have to try aligning right edge to each node position + // + // e.g, if fitting + // + // ____________________ + // |____________________| + // + // into + // + // | | + // | ____________| + // |____________| + // + // then right-aligned reduces waste, but bottom-left BL is always chooses left-aligned + // + // This makes BF take about 2x the time + + if (c->heuristic == STBRP_HEURISTIC_Skyline_BF_sortHeight) { + tail = c->active_head; + node = c->active_head; + prev = &c->active_head; + // find first node that's admissible + while (tail->x < width) + tail = tail->next; + while (tail) { + int xpos = tail->x - width; + int y,waste; + STBRP_ASSERT(xpos >= 0); + // find the left position that matches this + while (node->next->x <= xpos) { + prev = &node->next; + node = node->next; + } + STBRP_ASSERT(node->next->x > xpos && node->x <= xpos); + y = stbrp__skyline_find_min_y(c, node, xpos, width, &waste); + if (y + height < c->height) { + if (y <= best_y) { + if (y < best_y || waste < best_waste || (waste==best_waste && xpos < best_x)) { + best_x = xpos; + STBRP_ASSERT(y <= best_y); + best_y = y; + best_waste = waste; + best = prev; + } + } + } + tail = tail->next; + } + } + + fr.prev_link = best; + fr.x = best_x; + fr.y = best_y; + return fr; +} + +static stbrp__findresult stbrp__skyline_pack_rectangle(stbrp_context *context, int width, int height) +{ + // find best position according to heuristic + stbrp__findresult res = stbrp__skyline_find_best_pos(context, width, height); + stbrp_node *node, *cur; + + // bail if: + // 1. it failed + // 2. the best node doesn't fit (we don't always check this) + // 3. we're out of memory + if (res.prev_link == NULL || res.y + height > context->height || context->free_head == NULL) { + res.prev_link = NULL; + return res; + } + + // on success, create new node + node = context->free_head; + node->x = (stbrp_coord) res.x; + node->y = (stbrp_coord) (res.y + height); + + context->free_head = node->next; + + // insert the new node into the right starting point, and + // let 'cur' point to the remaining nodes needing to be + // stiched back in + + cur = *res.prev_link; + if (cur->x < res.x) { + // preserve the existing one, so start testing with the next one + stbrp_node *next = cur->next; + cur->next = node; + cur = next; + } else { + *res.prev_link = node; + } + + // from here, traverse cur and free the nodes, until we get to one + // that shouldn't be freed + while (cur->next && cur->next->x <= res.x + width) { + stbrp_node *next = cur->next; + // move the current node to the free list + cur->next = context->free_head; + context->free_head = cur; + cur = next; + } + + // stitch the list back in + node->next = cur; + + if (cur->x < res.x + width) + cur->x = (stbrp_coord) (res.x + width); + +#ifdef _DEBUG + cur = context->active_head; + while (cur->x < context->width) { + STBRP_ASSERT(cur->x < cur->next->x); + cur = cur->next; + } + STBRP_ASSERT(cur->next == NULL); + + { + stbrp_node *L1 = NULL, *L2 = NULL; + int count=0; + cur = context->active_head; + while (cur) { + L1 = cur; + cur = cur->next; + ++count; + } + cur = context->free_head; + while (cur) { + L2 = cur; + cur = cur->next; + ++count; + } + STBRP_ASSERT(count == context->num_nodes+2); + } +#endif + + return res; +} + +static int rect_height_compare(const void *a, const void *b) +{ + const stbrp_rect *p = (const stbrp_rect *) a; + const stbrp_rect *q = (const stbrp_rect *) b; + if (p->h > q->h) + return -1; + if (p->h < q->h) + return 1; + return (p->w > q->w) ? -1 : (p->w < q->w); +} + +static int rect_width_compare(const void *a, const void *b) +{ + const stbrp_rect *p = (const stbrp_rect *) a; + const stbrp_rect *q = (const stbrp_rect *) b; + if (p->w > q->w) + return -1; + if (p->w < q->w) + return 1; + return (p->h > q->h) ? -1 : (p->h < q->h); +} + +static int rect_original_order(const void *a, const void *b) +{ + const stbrp_rect *p = (const stbrp_rect *) a; + const stbrp_rect *q = (const stbrp_rect *) b; + return (p->was_packed < q->was_packed) ? -1 : (p->was_packed > q->was_packed); +} + +#ifdef STBRP_LARGE_RECTS +#define STBRP__MAXVAL 0xffffffff +#else +#define STBRP__MAXVAL 0xffff +#endif + +STBRP_DEF int stbrp_pack_rects(stbrp_context *context, stbrp_rect *rects, int num_rects) +{ + int i, all_rects_packed = 1; + + // we use the 'was_packed' field internally to allow sorting/unsorting + for (i=0; i < num_rects; ++i) { + rects[i].was_packed = i; + #ifndef STBRP_LARGE_RECTS + STBRP_ASSERT(rects[i].w <= 0xffff && rects[i].h <= 0xffff); + #endif + } + + // sort according to heuristic + STBRP_SORT(rects, num_rects, sizeof(rects[0]), rect_height_compare); + + for (i=0; i < num_rects; ++i) { + if (rects[i].w == 0 || rects[i].h == 0) { + rects[i].x = rects[i].y = 0; // empty rect needs no space + } else { + stbrp__findresult fr = stbrp__skyline_pack_rectangle(context, rects[i].w, rects[i].h); + if (fr.prev_link) { + rects[i].x = (stbrp_coord) fr.x; + rects[i].y = (stbrp_coord) fr.y; + } else { + rects[i].x = rects[i].y = STBRP__MAXVAL; + } + } + } + + // unsort + STBRP_SORT(rects, num_rects, sizeof(rects[0]), rect_original_order); + + // set was_packed flags and all_rects_packed status + for (i=0; i < num_rects; ++i) { + rects[i].was_packed = !(rects[i].x == STBRP__MAXVAL && rects[i].y == STBRP__MAXVAL); + if (!rects[i].was_packed) + all_rects_packed = 0; + } + + // return the all_rects_packed status + return all_rects_packed; +} +#endif + +/* +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer. +------------------------------------------------------------------------------ +ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License +Copyright (c) 2017 Sean Barrett +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of +this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do +so, subject to the following conditions: +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all +copies or substantial portions of the Software. +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. 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(no longer patented) +// cleartype-style AA? +// optimize: use simple memory allocator for intermediates +// optimize: build edge-list directly from curves +// optimize: rasterize directly from curves? +// +// ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS +// +// Mikko Mononen: compound shape support, more cmap formats +// Tor Andersson: kerning, subpixel rendering +// Dougall Johnson: OpenType / Type 2 font handling +// +// Misc other: +// Ryan Gordon +// Simon Glass +// github:IntellectualKitty +// +// Bug/warning reports/fixes: +// "Zer" on mollyrocket (with fix) +// Cass Everitt +// stoiko (Haemimont Games) +// Brian Hook +// Walter van Niftrik +// David Gow +// David Given +// Ivan-Assen Ivanov +// Anthony Pesch +// Johan Duparc +// Hou Qiming +// Fabian "ryg" Giesen +// Martins Mozeiko +// Cap Petschulat +// Omar Cornut +// github:aloucks +// Peter LaValle +// Sergey Popov +// Giumo X. Clanjor +// Higor Euripedes +// Thomas Fields +// Derek Vinyard +// Cort Stratton +// +// VERSION HISTORY +// +// 1.15 (2017-03-03) make more arguments const +// 1.14 (2017-01-16) num-fonts-in-TTC function +// 1.13 (2017-01-02) support OpenType fonts, certain Apple fonts +// 1.12 (2016-10-25) suppress warnings about casting away const with -Wcast-qual +// 1.11 (2016-04-02) fix unused-variable warning +// 1.10 (2016-04-02) user-defined fabs(); rare memory leak; remove duplicate typedef +// 1.09 (2016-01-16) warning fix; avoid crash on outofmem; use allocation userdata properly +// 1.08 (2015-09-13) document stbtt_Rasterize(); fixes for vertical & horizontal edges +// 1.07 (2015-08-01) allow PackFontRanges to accept arrays of sparse codepoints; +// variant PackFontRanges to pack and render in separate phases; +// fix stbtt_GetFontOFfsetForIndex (never worked for non-0 input?); +// fixed an assert() bug in the new rasterizer +// replace assert() with STBTT_assert() in new rasterizer +// +// Full history can be found at the end of this file. +// +// LICENSE +// +// See end of file for license information. +// +// USAGE +// +// Include this file in whatever places neeed to refer to it. In ONE C/C++ +// file, write: +// #define STB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION +// before the #include of this file. This expands out the actual +// implementation into that C/C++ file. +// +// To make the implementation private to the file that generates the implementation, +// #define STBTT_STATIC +// +// Simple 3D API (don't ship this, but it's fine for tools and quick start) +// stbtt_BakeFontBitmap() -- bake a font to a bitmap for use as texture +// stbtt_GetBakedQuad() -- compute quad to draw for a given char +// +// Improved 3D API (more shippable): +// #include "stb_rect_pack.h" -- optional, but you really want it +// stbtt_PackBegin() +// stbtt_PackSetOversample() -- for improved quality on small fonts +// stbtt_PackFontRanges() -- pack and renders +// stbtt_PackEnd() +// stbtt_GetPackedQuad() +// +// "Load" a font file from a memory buffer (you have to keep the buffer loaded) +// stbtt_InitFont() +// stbtt_GetFontOffsetForIndex() -- indexing for TTC font collections +// stbtt_GetNumberOfFonts() -- number of fonts for TTC font collections +// +// Render a unicode codepoint to a bitmap +// stbtt_GetCodepointBitmap() -- allocates and returns a bitmap +// stbtt_MakeCodepointBitmap() -- renders into bitmap you provide +// stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBox() -- how big the bitmap must be +// +// Character advance/positioning +// stbtt_GetCodepointHMetrics() +// stbtt_GetFontVMetrics() +// stbtt_GetCodepointKernAdvance() +// +// Starting with version 1.06, the rasterizer was replaced with a new, +// faster and generally-more-precise rasterizer. The new rasterizer more +// accurately measures pixel coverage for anti-aliasing, except in the case +// where multiple shapes overlap, in which case it overestimates the AA pixel +// coverage. Thus, anti-aliasing of intersecting shapes may look wrong. If +// this turns out to be a problem, you can re-enable the old rasterizer with +// #define STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION 1 +// which will incur about a 15% speed hit. +// +// ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION +// +// Immediately after this block comment are a series of sample programs. +// +// After the sample programs is the "header file" section. This section +// includes documentation for each API function. +// +// Some important concepts to understand to use this library: +// +// Codepoint +// Characters are defined by unicode codepoints, e.g. 65 is +// uppercase A, 231 is lowercase c with a cedilla, 0x7e30 is +// the hiragana for "ma". +// +// Glyph +// A visual character shape (every codepoint is rendered as +// some glyph) +// +// Glyph index +// A font-specific integer ID representing a glyph +// +// Baseline +// Glyph shapes are defined relative to a baseline, which is the +// bottom of uppercase characters. Characters extend both above +// and below the baseline. +// +// Current Point +// As you draw text to the screen, you keep track of a "current point" +// which is the origin of each character. The current point's vertical +// position is the baseline. Even "baked fonts" use this model. +// +// Vertical Font Metrics +// The vertical qualities of the font, used to vertically position +// and space the characters. See docs for stbtt_GetFontVMetrics. +// +// Font Size in Pixels or Points +// The preferred interface for specifying font sizes in stb_truetype +// is to specify how tall the font's vertical extent should be in pixels. +// If that sounds good enough, skip the next paragraph. +// +// Most font APIs instead use "points", which are a common typographic +// measurement for describing font size, defined as 72 points per inch. +// stb_truetype provides a point API for compatibility. However, true +// "per inch" conventions don't make much sense on computer displays +// since they different monitors have different number of pixels per +// inch. For example, Windows traditionally uses a convention that +// there are 96 pixels per inch, thus making 'inch' measurements have +// nothing to do with inches, and thus effectively defining a point to +// be 1.333 pixels. Additionally, the TrueType font data provides +// an explicit scale factor to scale a given font's glyphs to points, +// but the author has observed that this scale factor is often wrong +// for non-commercial fonts, thus making fonts scaled in points +// according to the TrueType spec incoherently sized in practice. +// +// ADVANCED USAGE +// +// Quality: +// +// - Use the functions with Subpixel at the end to allow your characters +// to have subpixel positioning. Since the font is anti-aliased, not +// hinted, this is very import for quality. (This is not possible with +// baked fonts.) +// +// - Kerning is now supported, and if you're supporting subpixel rendering +// then kerning is worth using to give your text a polished look. +// +// Performance: +// +// - Convert Unicode codepoints to glyph indexes and operate on the glyphs; +// if you don't do this, stb_truetype is forced to do the conversion on +// every call. +// +// - There are a lot of memory allocations. We should modify it to take +// a temp buffer and allocate from the temp buffer (without freeing), +// should help performance a lot. +// +// NOTES +// +// The system uses the raw data found in the .ttf file without changing it +// and without building auxiliary data structures. This is a bit inefficient +// on little-endian systems (the data is big-endian), but assuming you're +// caching the bitmaps or glyph shapes this shouldn't be a big deal. +// +// It appears to be very hard to programmatically determine what font a +// given file is in a general way. I provide an API for this, but I don't +// recommend it. +// +// +// SOURCE STATISTICS (based on v0.6c, 2050 LOC) +// +// Documentation & header file 520 LOC \___ 660 LOC documentation +// Sample code 140 LOC / +// Truetype parsing 620 LOC ---- 620 LOC TrueType +// Software rasterization 240 LOC \ . +// Curve tesselation 120 LOC \__ 550 LOC Bitmap creation +// Bitmap management 100 LOC / +// Baked bitmap interface 70 LOC / +// Font name matching & access 150 LOC ---- 150 +// C runtime library abstraction 60 LOC ---- 60 +// +// +// PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS FOR 1.06: +// +// 32-bit 64-bit +// Previous release: 8.83 s 7.68 s +// Pool allocations: 7.72 s 6.34 s +// Inline sort : 6.54 s 5.65 s +// New rasterizer : 5.63 s 5.00 s + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +//// +//// SAMPLE PROGRAMS +//// +// +// Incomplete text-in-3d-api example, which draws quads properly aligned to be lossless +// +#if 0 +#define STB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION // force following include to generate implementation +#include "stb_truetype.h" + +unsigned char ttf_buffer[1<<20]; +unsigned char temp_bitmap[512*512]; + +stbtt_bakedchar cdata[96]; // ASCII 32..126 is 95 glyphs +GLuint ftex; + +void my_stbtt_initfont(void) +{ + fread(ttf_buffer, 1, 1<<20, fopen("c:/windows/fonts/times.ttf", "rb")); + stbtt_BakeFontBitmap(ttf_buffer,0, 32.0, temp_bitmap,512,512, 32,96, cdata); // no guarantee this fits! + // can free ttf_buffer at this point + glGenTextures(1, &ftex); + glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, ftex); + glTexImage2D(GL_TEXTURE_2D, 0, GL_ALPHA, 512,512, 0, GL_ALPHA, GL_UNSIGNED_BYTE, temp_bitmap); + // can free temp_bitmap at this point + glTexParameteri(GL_TEXTURE_2D, GL_TEXTURE_MIN_FILTER, GL_LINEAR); +} + +void my_stbtt_print(float x, float y, char *text) +{ + // assume orthographic projection with units = screen pixels, origin at top left + glEnable(GL_TEXTURE_2D); + glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, ftex); + glBegin(GL_QUADS); + while (*text) { + if (*text >= 32 && *text < 128) { + stbtt_aligned_quad q; + stbtt_GetBakedQuad(cdata, 512,512, *text-32, &x,&y,&q,1);//1=opengl & d3d10+,0=d3d9 + glTexCoord2f(q.s0,q.t1); glVertex2f(q.x0,q.y0); + glTexCoord2f(q.s1,q.t1); glVertex2f(q.x1,q.y0); + glTexCoord2f(q.s1,q.t0); glVertex2f(q.x1,q.y1); + glTexCoord2f(q.s0,q.t0); glVertex2f(q.x0,q.y1); + } + ++text; + } + glEnd(); +} +#endif +// +// +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// Complete program (this compiles): get a single bitmap, print as ASCII art +// +#if 0 +#include <stdio.h> +#define STB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION // force following include to generate implementation +#include "stb_truetype.h" + +char ttf_buffer[1<<25]; + +int main(int argc, char **argv) +{ + stbtt_fontinfo font; + unsigned char *bitmap; + int w,h,i,j,c = (argc > 1 ? atoi(argv[1]) : 'a'), s = (argc > 2 ? atoi(argv[2]) : 20); + + fread(ttf_buffer, 1, 1<<25, fopen(argc > 3 ? argv[3] : "c:/windows/fonts/arialbd.ttf", "rb")); + + stbtt_InitFont(&font, ttf_buffer, stbtt_GetFontOffsetForIndex(ttf_buffer,0)); + bitmap = stbtt_GetCodepointBitmap(&font, 0,stbtt_ScaleForPixelHeight(&font, s), c, &w, &h, 0,0); + + for (j=0; j < h; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < w; ++i) + putchar(" .:ioVM@"[bitmap[j*w+i]>>5]); + putchar('\n'); + } + return 0; +} +#endif +// +// Output: +// +// .ii. +// @@@@@@. +// V@Mio@@o +// :i. V@V +// :oM@@M +// :@@@MM@M +// @@o o@M +// :@@. M@M +// @@@o@@@@ +// :M@@V:@@. +// +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// Complete program: print "Hello World!" banner, with bugs +// +#if 0 +char buffer[24<<20]; +unsigned char screen[20][79]; + +int main(int arg, char **argv) +{ + stbtt_fontinfo font; + int i,j,ascent,baseline,ch=0; + float scale, xpos=2; // leave a little padding in case the character extends left + char *text = "Heljo World!"; // intentionally misspelled to show 'lj' brokenness + + fread(buffer, 1, 1000000, fopen("c:/windows/fonts/arialbd.ttf", "rb")); + stbtt_InitFont(&font, buffer, 0); + + scale = stbtt_ScaleForPixelHeight(&font, 15); + stbtt_GetFontVMetrics(&font, &ascent,0,0); + baseline = (int) (ascent*scale); + + while (text[ch]) { + int advance,lsb,x0,y0,x1,y1; + float x_shift = xpos - (float) floor(xpos); + stbtt_GetCodepointHMetrics(&font, text[ch], &advance, &lsb); + stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBoxSubpixel(&font, text[ch], scale,scale,x_shift,0, &x0,&y0,&x1,&y1); + stbtt_MakeCodepointBitmapSubpixel(&font, &screen[baseline + y0][(int) xpos + x0], x1-x0,y1-y0, 79, scale,scale,x_shift,0, text[ch]); + // note that this stomps the old data, so where character boxes overlap (e.g. 'lj') it's wrong + // because this API is really for baking character bitmaps into textures. if you want to render + // a sequence of characters, you really need to render each bitmap to a temp buffer, then + // "alpha blend" that into the working buffer + xpos += (advance * scale); + if (text[ch+1]) + xpos += scale*stbtt_GetCodepointKernAdvance(&font, text[ch],text[ch+1]); + ++ch; + } + + for (j=0; j < 20; ++j) { + for (i=0; i < 78; ++i) + putchar(" .:ioVM@"[screen[j][i]>>5]); + putchar('\n'); + } + + return 0; +} +#endif + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +//// +//// INTEGRATION WITH YOUR CODEBASE +//// +//// The following sections allow you to supply alternate definitions +//// of C library functions used by stb_truetype. + +#include "stb_rect_pack.h" + +#ifdef STB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION + // #define your own (u)stbtt_int8/16/32 before including to override this + #ifndef stbtt_uint8 + typedef unsigned char stbtt_uint8; + typedef signed char stbtt_int8; + typedef unsigned short stbtt_uint16; + typedef signed short stbtt_int16; + typedef unsigned int stbtt_uint32; + typedef signed int stbtt_int32; + #endif + + typedef char stbtt__check_size32[sizeof(stbtt_int32)==4 ? 1 : -1]; + typedef char stbtt__check_size16[sizeof(stbtt_int16)==2 ? 1 : -1]; + + // #define your own STBTT_ifloor/STBTT_iceil() to avoid math.h + #ifndef STBTT_ifloor + #include <math.h> + #define STBTT_ifloor(x) ((int) floor(x)) + #define STBTT_iceil(x) ((int) ceil(x)) + #endif + + #ifndef STBTT_sqrt + #include <math.h> + #define STBTT_sqrt(x) sqrt(x) + #endif + + #ifndef STBTT_fabs + #include <math.h> + #define STBTT_fabs(x) fabs(x) + #endif + + // #define your own functions "STBTT_malloc" / "STBTT_free" to avoid malloc.h + #ifndef STBTT_malloc + #include <stdlib.h> + #define STBTT_malloc(x,u) ((void)(u),malloc(x)) + #define STBTT_free(x,u) ((void)(u),free(x)) + #endif + + #ifndef STBTT_assert + #include <assert.h> + #define STBTT_assert(x) assert(x) + #endif + + #ifndef STBTT_strlen + #include <string.h> + #define STBTT_strlen(x) strlen(x) + #endif + + #ifndef STBTT_memcpy + #include <memory.h> + #define STBTT_memcpy memcpy + #define STBTT_memset memset + #endif +#endif + +/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +//// +//// INTERFACE +//// +//// + +#ifndef __STB_INCLUDE_STB_TRUETYPE_H__ +#define __STB_INCLUDE_STB_TRUETYPE_H__ + +#ifdef STBTT_STATIC +#define STBTT_DEF static +#else +#define STBTT_DEF extern +#endif + +#ifdef __cplusplus +extern "C" { +#endif + +// private structure +typedef struct +{ + unsigned char *data; + int cursor; + int size; +} stbtt__buf; + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// TEXTURE BAKING API +// +// If you use this API, you only have to call two functions ever. +// + +typedef struct +{ + unsigned short x0,y0,x1,y1; // coordinates of bbox in bitmap + float xoff,yoff,xadvance; +} stbtt_bakedchar; + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_BakeFontBitmap(const unsigned char *data, int offset, // font location (use offset=0 for plain .ttf) + float pixel_height, // height of font in pixels + unsigned char *pixels, int pw, int ph, // bitmap to be filled in + int first_char, int num_chars, // characters to bake + stbtt_bakedchar *chardata); // you allocate this, it's num_chars long +// if return is positive, the first unused row of the bitmap +// if return is negative, returns the negative of the number of characters that fit +// if return is 0, no characters fit and no rows were used +// This uses a very crappy packing. + +typedef struct +{ + float x0,y0,s0,t0; // top-left + float x1,y1,s1,t1; // bottom-right +} stbtt_aligned_quad; + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetBakedQuad(const stbtt_bakedchar *chardata, int pw, int ph, // same data as above + int char_index, // character to display + float *xpos, float *ypos, // pointers to current position in screen pixel space + stbtt_aligned_quad *q, // output: quad to draw + int opengl_fillrule); // true if opengl fill rule; false if DX9 or earlier +// Call GetBakedQuad with char_index = 'character - first_char', and it +// creates the quad you need to draw and advances the current position. +// +// The coordinate system used assumes y increases downwards. +// +// Characters will extend both above and below the current position; +// see discussion of "BASELINE" above. +// +// It's inefficient; you might want to c&p it and optimize it. + + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// NEW TEXTURE BAKING API +// +// This provides options for packing multiple fonts into one atlas, not +// perfectly but better than nothing. + +typedef struct +{ + unsigned short x0,y0,x1,y1; // coordinates of bbox in bitmap + float xoff,yoff,xadvance; + float xoff2,yoff2; +} stbtt_packedchar; + +typedef struct stbtt_pack_context stbtt_pack_context; +typedef struct stbtt_fontinfo stbtt_fontinfo; +#ifndef STB_RECT_PACK_VERSION +typedef struct stbrp_rect stbrp_rect; +#endif + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_PackBegin(stbtt_pack_context *spc, unsigned char *pixels, int width, int height, int stride_in_bytes, int padding, void *alloc_context); +// Initializes a packing context stored in the passed-in stbtt_pack_context. +// Future calls using this context will pack characters into the bitmap passed +// in here: a 1-channel bitmap that is width * height. stride_in_bytes is +// the distance from one row to the next (or 0 to mean they are packed tightly +// together). "padding" is the amount of padding to leave between each +// character (normally you want '1' for bitmaps you'll use as textures with +// bilinear filtering). +// +// Returns 0 on failure, 1 on success. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_PackEnd (stbtt_pack_context *spc); +// Cleans up the packing context and frees all memory. + +#define STBTT_POINT_SIZE(x) (-(x)) + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_PackFontRange(stbtt_pack_context *spc, unsigned char *fontdata, int font_index, float font_size, + int first_unicode_char_in_range, int num_chars_in_range, stbtt_packedchar *chardata_for_range); +// Creates character bitmaps from the font_index'th font found in fontdata (use +// font_index=0 if you don't know what that is). It creates num_chars_in_range +// bitmaps for characters with unicode values starting at first_unicode_char_in_range +// and increasing. Data for how to render them is stored in chardata_for_range; +// pass these to stbtt_GetPackedQuad to get back renderable quads. +// +// font_size is the full height of the character from ascender to descender, +// as computed by stbtt_ScaleForPixelHeight. To use a point size as computed +// by stbtt_ScaleForMappingEmToPixels, wrap the point size in STBTT_POINT_SIZE() +// and pass that result as 'font_size': +// ..., 20 , ... // font max minus min y is 20 pixels tall +// ..., STBTT_POINT_SIZE(20), ... // 'M' is 20 pixels tall + +typedef struct +{ + float font_size; + int first_unicode_codepoint_in_range; // if non-zero, then the chars are continuous, and this is the first codepoint + int *array_of_unicode_codepoints; // if non-zero, then this is an array of unicode codepoints + int num_chars; + stbtt_packedchar *chardata_for_range; // output + unsigned char h_oversample, v_oversample; // don't set these, they're used internally +} stbtt_pack_range; + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_PackFontRanges(stbtt_pack_context *spc, unsigned char *fontdata, int font_index, stbtt_pack_range *ranges, int num_ranges); +// Creates character bitmaps from multiple ranges of characters stored in +// ranges. This will usually create a better-packed bitmap than multiple +// calls to stbtt_PackFontRange. Note that you can call this multiple +// times within a single PackBegin/PackEnd. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_PackSetOversampling(stbtt_pack_context *spc, unsigned int h_oversample, unsigned int v_oversample); +// Oversampling a font increases the quality by allowing higher-quality subpixel +// positioning, and is especially valuable at smaller text sizes. +// +// This function sets the amount of oversampling for all following calls to +// stbtt_PackFontRange(s) or stbtt_PackFontRangesGatherRects for a given +// pack context. The default (no oversampling) is achieved by h_oversample=1 +// and v_oversample=1. The total number of pixels required is +// h_oversample*v_oversample larger than the default; for example, 2x2 +// oversampling requires 4x the storage of 1x1. For best results, render +// oversampled textures with bilinear filtering. Look at the readme in +// stb/tests/oversample for information about oversampled fonts +// +// To use with PackFontRangesGather etc., you must set it before calls +// call to PackFontRangesGatherRects. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetPackedQuad(const stbtt_packedchar *chardata, int pw, int ph, // same data as above + int char_index, // character to display + float *xpos, float *ypos, // pointers to current position in screen pixel space + stbtt_aligned_quad *q, // output: quad to draw + int align_to_integer); + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_PackFontRangesGatherRects(stbtt_pack_context *spc, const stbtt_fontinfo *info, stbtt_pack_range *ranges, int num_ranges, stbrp_rect *rects); +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_PackFontRangesPackRects(stbtt_pack_context *spc, stbrp_rect *rects, int num_rects); +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_PackFontRangesRenderIntoRects(stbtt_pack_context *spc, const stbtt_fontinfo *info, stbtt_pack_range *ranges, int num_ranges, stbrp_rect *rects); +// Calling these functions in sequence is roughly equivalent to calling +// stbtt_PackFontRanges(). If you more control over the packing of multiple +// fonts, or if you want to pack custom data into a font texture, take a look +// at the source to of stbtt_PackFontRanges() and create a custom version +// using these functions, e.g. call GatherRects multiple times, +// building up a single array of rects, then call PackRects once, +// then call RenderIntoRects repeatedly. This may result in a +// better packing than calling PackFontRanges multiple times +// (or it may not). + +// this is an opaque structure that you shouldn't mess with which holds +// all the context needed from PackBegin to PackEnd. +struct stbtt_pack_context { + void *user_allocator_context; + void *pack_info; + int width; + int height; + int stride_in_bytes; + int padding; + unsigned int h_oversample, v_oversample; + unsigned char *pixels; + void *nodes; +}; + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// FONT LOADING +// +// + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetNumberOfFonts(const unsigned char *data); +// This function will determine the number of fonts in a font file. TrueType +// collection (.ttc) files may contain multiple fonts, while TrueType font +// (.ttf) files only contain one font. The number of fonts can be used for +// indexing with the previous function where the index is between zero and one +// less than the total fonts. If an error occurs, -1 is returned. + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetFontOffsetForIndex(const unsigned char *data, int index); +// Each .ttf/.ttc file may have more than one font. Each font has a sequential +// index number starting from 0. Call this function to get the font offset for +// a given index; it returns -1 if the index is out of range. A regular .ttf +// file will only define one font and it always be at offset 0, so it will +// return '0' for index 0, and -1 for all other indices. + +// The following structure is defined publically so you can declare one on +// the stack or as a global or etc, but you should treat it as opaque. +struct stbtt_fontinfo +{ + void * userdata; + unsigned char * data; // pointer to .ttf file + int fontstart; // offset of start of font + + int numGlyphs; // number of glyphs, needed for range checking + + int loca,head,glyf,hhea,hmtx,kern; // table locations as offset from start of .ttf + int index_map; // a cmap mapping for our chosen character encoding + int indexToLocFormat; // format needed to map from glyph index to glyph + + stbtt__buf cff; // cff font data + stbtt__buf charstrings; // the charstring index + stbtt__buf gsubrs; // global charstring subroutines index + stbtt__buf subrs; // private charstring subroutines index + stbtt__buf fontdicts; // array of font dicts + stbtt__buf fdselect; // map from glyph to fontdict +}; + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_InitFont(stbtt_fontinfo *info, const unsigned char *data, int offset); +// Given an offset into the file that defines a font, this function builds +// the necessary cached info for the rest of the system. You must allocate +// the stbtt_fontinfo yourself, and stbtt_InitFont will fill it out. You don't +// need to do anything special to free it, because the contents are pure +// value data with no additional data structures. Returns 0 on failure. + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// CHARACTER TO GLYPH-INDEX CONVERSIOn + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int unicode_codepoint); +// If you're going to perform multiple operations on the same character +// and you want a speed-up, call this function with the character you're +// going to process, then use glyph-based functions instead of the +// codepoint-based functions. + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// CHARACTER PROPERTIES +// + +STBTT_DEF float stbtt_ScaleForPixelHeight(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float pixels); +// computes a scale factor to produce a font whose "height" is 'pixels' tall. +// Height is measured as the distance from the highest ascender to the lowest +// descender; in other words, it's equivalent to calling stbtt_GetFontVMetrics +// and computing: +// scale = pixels / (ascent - descent) +// so if you prefer to measure height by the ascent only, use a similar calculation. + +STBTT_DEF float stbtt_ScaleForMappingEmToPixels(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float pixels); +// computes a scale factor to produce a font whose EM size is mapped to +// 'pixels' tall. This is probably what traditional APIs compute, but +// I'm not positive. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetFontVMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int *ascent, int *descent, int *lineGap); +// ascent is the coordinate above the baseline the font extends; descent +// is the coordinate below the baseline the font extends (i.e. it is typically negative) +// lineGap is the spacing between one row's descent and the next row's ascent... +// so you should advance the vertical position by "*ascent - *descent + *lineGap" +// these are expressed in unscaled coordinates, so you must multiply by +// the scale factor for a given size + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetFontBoundingBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1); +// the bounding box around all possible characters + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointHMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int codepoint, int *advanceWidth, int *leftSideBearing); +// leftSideBearing is the offset from the current horizontal position to the left edge of the character +// advanceWidth is the offset from the current horizontal position to the next horizontal position +// these are expressed in unscaled coordinates + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointKernAdvance(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int ch1, int ch2); +// an additional amount to add to the 'advance' value between ch1 and ch2 + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int codepoint, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1); +// Gets the bounding box of the visible part of the glyph, in unscaled coordinates + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphHMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *advanceWidth, int *leftSideBearing); +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphKernAdvance(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph1, int glyph2); +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1); +// as above, but takes one or more glyph indices for greater efficiency + + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// GLYPH SHAPES (you probably don't need these, but they have to go before +// the bitmaps for C declaration-order reasons) +// + +#ifndef STBTT_vmove // you can predefine these to use different values (but why?) + enum { + STBTT_vmove=1, + STBTT_vline, + STBTT_vcurve, + STBTT_vcubic + }; +#endif + +#ifndef stbtt_vertex // you can predefine this to use different values + // (we share this with other code at RAD) + #define stbtt_vertex_type short // can't use stbtt_int16 because that's not visible in the header file + typedef struct + { + stbtt_vertex_type x,y,cx,cy,cx1,cy1; + unsigned char type,padding; + } stbtt_vertex; +#endif + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_IsGlyphEmpty(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index); +// returns non-zero if nothing is drawn for this glyph + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int unicode_codepoint, stbtt_vertex **vertices); +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, stbtt_vertex **vertices); +// returns # of vertices and fills *vertices with the pointer to them +// these are expressed in "unscaled" coordinates +// +// The shape is a series of countours. Each one starts with +// a STBTT_moveto, then consists of a series of mixed +// STBTT_lineto and STBTT_curveto segments. A lineto +// draws a line from previous endpoint to its x,y; a curveto +// draws a quadratic bezier from previous endpoint to +// its x,y, using cx,cy as the bezier control point. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_FreeShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, stbtt_vertex *vertices); +// frees the data allocated above + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// BITMAP RENDERING +// + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_FreeBitmap(unsigned char *bitmap, void *userdata); +// frees the bitmap allocated below + +STBTT_DEF unsigned char *stbtt_GetCodepointBitmap(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float scale_x, float scale_y, int codepoint, int *width, int *height, int *xoff, int *yoff); +// allocates a large-enough single-channel 8bpp bitmap and renders the +// specified character/glyph at the specified scale into it, with +// antialiasing. 0 is no coverage (transparent), 255 is fully covered (opaque). +// *width & *height are filled out with the width & height of the bitmap, +// which is stored left-to-right, top-to-bottom. +// +// xoff/yoff are the offset it pixel space from the glyph origin to the top-left of the bitmap + +STBTT_DEF unsigned char *stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int codepoint, int *width, int *height, int *xoff, int *yoff); +// the same as stbtt_GetCodepoitnBitmap, but you can specify a subpixel +// shift for the character + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_MakeCodepointBitmap(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, unsigned char *output, int out_w, int out_h, int out_stride, float scale_x, float scale_y, int codepoint); +// the same as stbtt_GetCodepointBitmap, but you pass in storage for the bitmap +// in the form of 'output', with row spacing of 'out_stride' bytes. the bitmap +// is clipped to out_w/out_h bytes. Call stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBox to get the +// width and height and positioning info for it first. + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_MakeCodepointBitmapSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, unsigned char *output, int out_w, int out_h, int out_stride, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int codepoint); +// same as stbtt_MakeCodepointBitmap, but you can specify a subpixel +// shift for the character + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int codepoint, float scale_x, float scale_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1); +// get the bbox of the bitmap centered around the glyph origin; so the +// bitmap width is ix1-ix0, height is iy1-iy0, and location to place +// the bitmap top left is (leftSideBearing*scale,iy0). +// (Note that the bitmap uses y-increases-down, but the shape uses +// y-increases-up, so CodepointBitmapBox and CodepointBox are inverted.) + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBoxSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int codepoint, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1); +// same as stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBox, but you can specify a subpixel +// shift for the character + +// the following functions are equivalent to the above functions, but operate +// on glyph indices instead of Unicode codepoints (for efficiency) +STBTT_DEF unsigned char *stbtt_GetGlyphBitmap(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float scale_x, float scale_y, int glyph, int *width, int *height, int *xoff, int *yoff); +STBTT_DEF unsigned char *stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int glyph, int *width, int *height, int *xoff, int *yoff); +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_MakeGlyphBitmap(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, unsigned char *output, int out_w, int out_h, int out_stride, float scale_x, float scale_y, int glyph); +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_MakeGlyphBitmapSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, unsigned char *output, int out_w, int out_h, int out_stride, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int glyph); +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int glyph, float scale_x, float scale_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1); +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBoxSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int glyph, float scale_x, float scale_y,float shift_x, float shift_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1); + + +// @TODO: don't expose this structure +typedef struct +{ + int w,h,stride; + unsigned char *pixels; +} stbtt__bitmap; + +// rasterize a shape with quadratic beziers into a bitmap +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_Rasterize(stbtt__bitmap *result, // 1-channel bitmap to draw into + float flatness_in_pixels, // allowable error of curve in pixels + stbtt_vertex *vertices, // array of vertices defining shape + int num_verts, // number of vertices in above array + float scale_x, float scale_y, // scale applied to input vertices + float shift_x, float shift_y, // translation applied to input vertices + int x_off, int y_off, // another translation applied to input + int invert, // if non-zero, vertically flip shape + void *userdata); // context for to STBTT_MALLOC + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// Finding the right font... +// +// You should really just solve this offline, keep your own tables +// of what font is what, and don't try to get it out of the .ttf file. +// That's because getting it out of the .ttf file is really hard, because +// the names in the file can appear in many possible encodings, in many +// possible languages, and e.g. if you need a case-insensitive comparison, +// the details of that depend on the encoding & language in a complex way +// (actually underspecified in truetype, but also gigantic). +// +// But you can use the provided functions in two possible ways: +// stbtt_FindMatchingFont() will use *case-sensitive* comparisons on +// unicode-encoded names to try to find the font you want; +// you can run this before calling stbtt_InitFont() +// +// stbtt_GetFontNameString() lets you get any of the various strings +// from the file yourself and do your own comparisons on them. +// You have to have called stbtt_InitFont() first. + + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_FindMatchingFont(const unsigned char *fontdata, const char *name, int flags); +// returns the offset (not index) of the font that matches, or -1 if none +// if you use STBTT_MACSTYLE_DONTCARE, use a font name like "Arial Bold". +// if you use any other flag, use a font name like "Arial"; this checks +// the 'macStyle' header field; i don't know if fonts set this consistently +#define STBTT_MACSTYLE_DONTCARE 0 +#define STBTT_MACSTYLE_BOLD 1 +#define STBTT_MACSTYLE_ITALIC 2 +#define STBTT_MACSTYLE_UNDERSCORE 4 +#define STBTT_MACSTYLE_NONE 8 // <= not same as 0, this makes us check the bitfield is 0 + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_CompareUTF8toUTF16_bigendian(const char *s1, int len1, const char *s2, int len2); +// returns 1/0 whether the first string interpreted as utf8 is identical to +// the second string interpreted as big-endian utf16... useful for strings from next func + +STBTT_DEF const char *stbtt_GetFontNameString(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int *length, int platformID, int encodingID, int languageID, int nameID); +// returns the string (which may be big-endian double byte, e.g. for unicode) +// and puts the length in bytes in *length. +// +// some of the values for the IDs are below; for more see the truetype spec: +// http://developer.apple.com/textfonts/TTRefMan/RM06/Chap6name.html +// http://www.microsoft.com/typography/otspec/name.htm + +enum { // platformID + STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_UNICODE =0, + STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MAC =1, + STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_ISO =2, + STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MICROSOFT =3 +}; + +enum { // encodingID for STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_UNICODE + STBTT_UNICODE_EID_UNICODE_1_0 =0, + STBTT_UNICODE_EID_UNICODE_1_1 =1, + STBTT_UNICODE_EID_ISO_10646 =2, + STBTT_UNICODE_EID_UNICODE_2_0_BMP=3, + STBTT_UNICODE_EID_UNICODE_2_0_FULL=4 +}; + +enum { // encodingID for STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MICROSOFT + STBTT_MS_EID_SYMBOL =0, + STBTT_MS_EID_UNICODE_BMP =1, + STBTT_MS_EID_SHIFTJIS =2, + STBTT_MS_EID_UNICODE_FULL =10 +}; + +enum { // encodingID for STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MAC; same as Script Manager codes + STBTT_MAC_EID_ROMAN =0, STBTT_MAC_EID_ARABIC =4, + STBTT_MAC_EID_JAPANESE =1, STBTT_MAC_EID_HEBREW =5, + STBTT_MAC_EID_CHINESE_TRAD =2, STBTT_MAC_EID_GREEK =6, + STBTT_MAC_EID_KOREAN =3, STBTT_MAC_EID_RUSSIAN =7 +}; + +enum { // languageID for STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MICROSOFT; same as LCID... + // problematic because there are e.g. 16 english LCIDs and 16 arabic LCIDs + STBTT_MS_LANG_ENGLISH =0x0409, STBTT_MS_LANG_ITALIAN =0x0410, + STBTT_MS_LANG_CHINESE =0x0804, STBTT_MS_LANG_JAPANESE =0x0411, + STBTT_MS_LANG_DUTCH =0x0413, STBTT_MS_LANG_KOREAN =0x0412, + STBTT_MS_LANG_FRENCH =0x040c, STBTT_MS_LANG_RUSSIAN =0x0419, + STBTT_MS_LANG_GERMAN =0x0407, STBTT_MS_LANG_SPANISH =0x0409, + STBTT_MS_LANG_HEBREW =0x040d, STBTT_MS_LANG_SWEDISH =0x041D +}; + +enum { // languageID for STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MAC + STBTT_MAC_LANG_ENGLISH =0 , STBTT_MAC_LANG_JAPANESE =11, + STBTT_MAC_LANG_ARABIC =12, STBTT_MAC_LANG_KOREAN =23, + STBTT_MAC_LANG_DUTCH =4 , STBTT_MAC_LANG_RUSSIAN =32, + STBTT_MAC_LANG_FRENCH =1 , STBTT_MAC_LANG_SPANISH =6 , + STBTT_MAC_LANG_GERMAN =2 , STBTT_MAC_LANG_SWEDISH =5 , + STBTT_MAC_LANG_HEBREW =10, STBTT_MAC_LANG_CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED =33, + STBTT_MAC_LANG_ITALIAN =3 , STBTT_MAC_LANG_CHINESE_TRAD =19 +}; + +#ifdef __cplusplus +} +#endif + +#endif // __STB_INCLUDE_STB_TRUETYPE_H__ + +/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +//// +//// IMPLEMENTATION +//// +//// + +#ifdef STB_TRUETYPE_IMPLEMENTATION + +#ifndef STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE +#define STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE 8 +#endif + +#if STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE > 255 +#error "STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE cannot be > 255" +#endif + +typedef int stbtt__test_oversample_pow2[(STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE & (STBTT_MAX_OVERSAMPLE-1)) == 0 ? 1 : -1]; + +#ifndef STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION +#define STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION 2 +#endif + +#ifdef _MSC_VER +#define STBTT__NOTUSED(v) (void)(v) +#else +#define STBTT__NOTUSED(v) (void)sizeof(v) +#endif + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// stbtt__buf helpers to parse data from file +// + +static stbtt_uint8 stbtt__buf_get8(stbtt__buf *b) +{ + if (b->cursor >= b->size) + return 0; + return b->data[b->cursor++]; +} + +static stbtt_uint8 stbtt__buf_peek8(stbtt__buf *b) +{ + if (b->cursor >= b->size) + return 0; + return b->data[b->cursor]; +} + +static void stbtt__buf_seek(stbtt__buf *b, int o) +{ + STBTT_assert(!(o > b->size || o < 0)); + b->cursor = (o > b->size || o < 0) ? b->size : o; +} + +static void stbtt__buf_skip(stbtt__buf *b, int o) +{ + stbtt__buf_seek(b, b->cursor + o); +} + +static stbtt_uint32 stbtt__buf_get(stbtt__buf *b, int n) +{ + stbtt_uint32 v = 0; + int i; + STBTT_assert(n >= 1 && n <= 4); + for (i = 0; i < n; i++) + v = (v << 8) | stbtt__buf_get8(b); + return v; +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__new_buf(const void *p, size_t size) +{ + stbtt__buf r; + STBTT_assert(size < 0x40000000); + r.data = (stbtt_uint8*) p; + r.size = (int) size; + r.cursor = 0; + return r; +} + +#define stbtt__buf_get16(b) stbtt__buf_get((b), 2) +#define stbtt__buf_get32(b) stbtt__buf_get((b), 4) + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__buf_range(const stbtt__buf *b, int o, int s) +{ + stbtt__buf r = stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + if (o < 0 || s < 0 || o > b->size || s > b->size - o) return r; + r.data = b->data + o; + r.size = s; + return r; +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__cff_get_index(stbtt__buf *b) +{ + int count, start, offsize; + start = b->cursor; + count = stbtt__buf_get16(b); + if (count) { + offsize = stbtt__buf_get8(b); + STBTT_assert(offsize >= 1 && offsize <= 4); + stbtt__buf_skip(b, offsize * count); + stbtt__buf_skip(b, stbtt__buf_get(b, offsize) - 1); + } + return stbtt__buf_range(b, start, b->cursor - start); +} + +static stbtt_uint32 stbtt__cff_int(stbtt__buf *b) +{ + int b0 = stbtt__buf_get8(b); + if (b0 >= 32 && b0 <= 246) return b0 - 139; + else if (b0 >= 247 && b0 <= 250) return (b0 - 247)*256 + stbtt__buf_get8(b) + 108; + else if (b0 >= 251 && b0 <= 254) return -(b0 - 251)*256 - stbtt__buf_get8(b) - 108; + else if (b0 == 28) return stbtt__buf_get16(b); + else if (b0 == 29) return stbtt__buf_get32(b); + STBTT_assert(0); + return 0; +} + +static void stbtt__cff_skip_operand(stbtt__buf *b) { + int v, b0 = stbtt__buf_peek8(b); + STBTT_assert(b0 >= 28); + if (b0 == 30) { + stbtt__buf_skip(b, 1); + while (b->cursor < b->size) { + v = stbtt__buf_get8(b); + if ((v & 0xF) == 0xF || (v >> 4) == 0xF) + break; + } + } else { + stbtt__cff_int(b); + } +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__dict_get(stbtt__buf *b, int key) +{ + stbtt__buf_seek(b, 0); + while (b->cursor < b->size) { + int start = b->cursor, end, op; + while (stbtt__buf_peek8(b) >= 28) + stbtt__cff_skip_operand(b); + end = b->cursor; + op = stbtt__buf_get8(b); + if (op == 12) op = stbtt__buf_get8(b) | 0x100; + if (op == key) return stbtt__buf_range(b, start, end-start); + } + return stbtt__buf_range(b, 0, 0); +} + +static void stbtt__dict_get_ints(stbtt__buf *b, int key, int outcount, stbtt_uint32 *out) +{ + int i; + stbtt__buf operands = stbtt__dict_get(b, key); + for (i = 0; i < outcount && operands.cursor < operands.size; i++) + out[i] = stbtt__cff_int(&operands); +} + +static int stbtt__cff_index_count(stbtt__buf *b) +{ + stbtt__buf_seek(b, 0); + return stbtt__buf_get16(b); +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__cff_index_get(stbtt__buf b, int i) +{ + int count, offsize, start, end; + stbtt__buf_seek(&b, 0); + count = stbtt__buf_get16(&b); + offsize = stbtt__buf_get8(&b); + STBTT_assert(i >= 0 && i < count); + STBTT_assert(offsize >= 1 && offsize <= 4); + stbtt__buf_skip(&b, i*offsize); + start = stbtt__buf_get(&b, offsize); + end = stbtt__buf_get(&b, offsize); + return stbtt__buf_range(&b, 2+(count+1)*offsize+start, end - start); +} + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// accessors to parse data from file +// + +// on platforms that don't allow misaligned reads, if we want to allow +// truetype fonts that aren't padded to alignment, define ALLOW_UNALIGNED_TRUETYPE + +#define ttBYTE(p) (* (stbtt_uint8 *) (p)) +#define ttCHAR(p) (* (stbtt_int8 *) (p)) +#define ttFixed(p) ttLONG(p) + +static stbtt_uint16 ttUSHORT(stbtt_uint8 *p) { return p[0]*256 + p[1]; } +static stbtt_int16 ttSHORT(stbtt_uint8 *p) { return p[0]*256 + p[1]; } +static stbtt_uint32 ttULONG(stbtt_uint8 *p) { return (p[0]<<24) + (p[1]<<16) + (p[2]<<8) + p[3]; } +static stbtt_int32 ttLONG(stbtt_uint8 *p) { return (p[0]<<24) + (p[1]<<16) + (p[2]<<8) + p[3]; } + +#define stbtt_tag4(p,c0,c1,c2,c3) ((p)[0] == (c0) && (p)[1] == (c1) && (p)[2] == (c2) && (p)[3] == (c3)) +#define stbtt_tag(p,str) stbtt_tag4(p,str[0],str[1],str[2],str[3]) + +static int stbtt__isfont(stbtt_uint8 *font) +{ + // check the version number + if (stbtt_tag4(font, '1',0,0,0)) return 1; // TrueType 1 + if (stbtt_tag(font, "typ1")) return 1; // TrueType with type 1 font -- we don't support this! + if (stbtt_tag(font, "OTTO")) return 1; // OpenType with CFF + if (stbtt_tag4(font, 0,1,0,0)) return 1; // OpenType 1.0 + if (stbtt_tag(font, "true")) return 1; // Apple specification for TrueType fonts + return 0; +} + +// @OPTIMIZE: binary search +static stbtt_uint32 stbtt__find_table(stbtt_uint8 *data, stbtt_uint32 fontstart, const char *tag) +{ + stbtt_int32 num_tables = ttUSHORT(data+fontstart+4); + stbtt_uint32 tabledir = fontstart + 12; + stbtt_int32 i; + for (i=0; i < num_tables; ++i) { + stbtt_uint32 loc = tabledir + 16*i; + if (stbtt_tag(data+loc+0, tag)) + return ttULONG(data+loc+8); + } + return 0; +} + +static int stbtt_GetFontOffsetForIndex_internal(unsigned char *font_collection, int index) +{ + // if it's just a font, there's only one valid index + if (stbtt__isfont(font_collection)) + return index == 0 ? 0 : -1; + + // check if it's a TTC + if (stbtt_tag(font_collection, "ttcf")) { + // version 1? + if (ttULONG(font_collection+4) == 0x00010000 || ttULONG(font_collection+4) == 0x00020000) { + stbtt_int32 n = ttLONG(font_collection+8); + if (index >= n) + return -1; + return ttULONG(font_collection+12+index*4); + } + } + return -1; +} + +static int stbtt_GetNumberOfFonts_internal(unsigned char *font_collection) +{ + // if it's just a font, there's only one valid font + if (stbtt__isfont(font_collection)) + return 1; + + // check if it's a TTC + if (stbtt_tag(font_collection, "ttcf")) { + // version 1? + if (ttULONG(font_collection+4) == 0x00010000 || ttULONG(font_collection+4) == 0x00020000) { + return ttLONG(font_collection+8); + } + } + return 0; +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__get_subrs(stbtt__buf cff, stbtt__buf fontdict) +{ + stbtt_uint32 subrsoff = 0, private_loc[2] = { 0, 0 }; + stbtt__buf pdict; + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&fontdict, 18, 2, private_loc); + if (!private_loc[1] || !private_loc[0]) return stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + pdict = stbtt__buf_range(&cff, private_loc[1], private_loc[0]); + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&pdict, 19, 1, &subrsoff); + if (!subrsoff) return stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + stbtt__buf_seek(&cff, private_loc[1]+subrsoff); + return stbtt__cff_get_index(&cff); +} + +static int stbtt_InitFont_internal(stbtt_fontinfo *info, unsigned char *data, int fontstart) +{ + stbtt_uint32 cmap, t; + stbtt_int32 i,numTables; + + info->data = data; + info->fontstart = fontstart; + info->cff = stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + + cmap = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "cmap"); // required + info->loca = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "loca"); // required + info->head = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "head"); // required + info->glyf = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "glyf"); // required + info->hhea = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "hhea"); // required + info->hmtx = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "hmtx"); // required + info->kern = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "kern"); // not required + + if (!cmap || !info->head || !info->hhea || !info->hmtx) + return 0; + if (info->glyf) { + // required for truetype + if (!info->loca) return 0; + } else { + // initialization for CFF / Type2 fonts (OTF) + stbtt__buf b, topdict, topdictidx; + stbtt_uint32 cstype = 2, charstrings = 0, fdarrayoff = 0, fdselectoff = 0; + stbtt_uint32 cff; + + cff = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "CFF "); + if (!cff) return 0; + + info->fontdicts = stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + info->fdselect = stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + + // @TODO this should use size from table (not 512MB) + info->cff = stbtt__new_buf(data+cff, 512*1024*1024); + b = info->cff; + + // read the header + stbtt__buf_skip(&b, 2); + stbtt__buf_seek(&b, stbtt__buf_get8(&b)); // hdrsize + + // @TODO the name INDEX could list multiple fonts, + // but we just use the first one. + stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); // name INDEX + topdictidx = stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); + topdict = stbtt__cff_index_get(topdictidx, 0); + stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); // string INDEX + info->gsubrs = stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); + + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&topdict, 17, 1, &charstrings); + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&topdict, 0x100 | 6, 1, &cstype); + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&topdict, 0x100 | 36, 1, &fdarrayoff); + stbtt__dict_get_ints(&topdict, 0x100 | 37, 1, &fdselectoff); + info->subrs = stbtt__get_subrs(b, topdict); + + // we only support Type 2 charstrings + if (cstype != 2) return 0; + if (charstrings == 0) return 0; + + if (fdarrayoff) { + // looks like a CID font + if (!fdselectoff) return 0; + stbtt__buf_seek(&b, fdarrayoff); + info->fontdicts = stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); + info->fdselect = stbtt__buf_range(&b, fdselectoff, b.size-fdselectoff); + } + + stbtt__buf_seek(&b, charstrings); + info->charstrings = stbtt__cff_get_index(&b); + } + + t = stbtt__find_table(data, fontstart, "maxp"); + if (t) + info->numGlyphs = ttUSHORT(data+t+4); + else + info->numGlyphs = 0xffff; + + // find a cmap encoding table we understand *now* to avoid searching + // later. (todo: could make this installable) + // the same regardless of glyph. + numTables = ttUSHORT(data + cmap + 2); + info->index_map = 0; + for (i=0; i < numTables; ++i) { + stbtt_uint32 encoding_record = cmap + 4 + 8 * i; + // find an encoding we understand: + switch(ttUSHORT(data+encoding_record)) { + case STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_MICROSOFT: + switch (ttUSHORT(data+encoding_record+2)) { + case STBTT_MS_EID_UNICODE_BMP: + case STBTT_MS_EID_UNICODE_FULL: + // MS/Unicode + info->index_map = cmap + ttULONG(data+encoding_record+4); + break; + } + break; + case STBTT_PLATFORM_ID_UNICODE: + // Mac/iOS has these + // all the encodingIDs are unicode, so we don't bother to check it + info->index_map = cmap + ttULONG(data+encoding_record+4); + break; + } + } + if (info->index_map == 0) + return 0; + + info->indexToLocFormat = ttUSHORT(data+info->head + 50); + return 1; +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int unicode_codepoint) +{ + stbtt_uint8 *data = info->data; + stbtt_uint32 index_map = info->index_map; + + stbtt_uint16 format = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 0); + if (format == 0) { // apple byte encoding + stbtt_int32 bytes = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 2); + if (unicode_codepoint < bytes-6) + return ttBYTE(data + index_map + 6 + unicode_codepoint); + return 0; + } else if (format == 6) { + stbtt_uint32 first = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 6); + stbtt_uint32 count = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 8); + if ((stbtt_uint32) unicode_codepoint >= first && (stbtt_uint32) unicode_codepoint < first+count) + return ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 10 + (unicode_codepoint - first)*2); + return 0; + } else if (format == 2) { + STBTT_assert(0); // @TODO: high-byte mapping for japanese/chinese/korean + return 0; + } else if (format == 4) { // standard mapping for windows fonts: binary search collection of ranges + stbtt_uint16 segcount = ttUSHORT(data+index_map+6) >> 1; + stbtt_uint16 searchRange = ttUSHORT(data+index_map+8) >> 1; + stbtt_uint16 entrySelector = ttUSHORT(data+index_map+10); + stbtt_uint16 rangeShift = ttUSHORT(data+index_map+12) >> 1; + + // do a binary search of the segments + stbtt_uint32 endCount = index_map + 14; + stbtt_uint32 search = endCount; + + if (unicode_codepoint > 0xffff) + return 0; + + // they lie from endCount .. endCount + segCount + // but searchRange is the nearest power of two, so... + if (unicode_codepoint >= ttUSHORT(data + search + rangeShift*2)) + search += rangeShift*2; + + // now decrement to bias correctly to find smallest + search -= 2; + while (entrySelector) { + stbtt_uint16 end; + searchRange >>= 1; + end = ttUSHORT(data + search + searchRange*2); + if (unicode_codepoint > end) + search += searchRange*2; + --entrySelector; + } + search += 2; + + { + stbtt_uint16 offset, start; + stbtt_uint16 item = (stbtt_uint16) ((search - endCount) >> 1); + + STBTT_assert(unicode_codepoint <= ttUSHORT(data + endCount + 2*item)); + start = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 14 + segcount*2 + 2 + 2*item); + if (unicode_codepoint < start) + return 0; + + offset = ttUSHORT(data + index_map + 14 + segcount*6 + 2 + 2*item); + if (offset == 0) + return (stbtt_uint16) (unicode_codepoint + ttSHORT(data + index_map + 14 + segcount*4 + 2 + 2*item)); + + return ttUSHORT(data + offset + (unicode_codepoint-start)*2 + index_map + 14 + segcount*6 + 2 + 2*item); + } + } else if (format == 12 || format == 13) { + stbtt_uint32 ngroups = ttULONG(data+index_map+12); + stbtt_int32 low,high; + low = 0; high = (stbtt_int32)ngroups; + // Binary search the right group. + while (low < high) { + stbtt_int32 mid = low + ((high-low) >> 1); // rounds down, so low <= mid < high + stbtt_uint32 start_char = ttULONG(data+index_map+16+mid*12); + stbtt_uint32 end_char = ttULONG(data+index_map+16+mid*12+4); + if ((stbtt_uint32) unicode_codepoint < start_char) + high = mid; + else if ((stbtt_uint32) unicode_codepoint > end_char) + low = mid+1; + else { + stbtt_uint32 start_glyph = ttULONG(data+index_map+16+mid*12+8); + if (format == 12) + return start_glyph + unicode_codepoint-start_char; + else // format == 13 + return start_glyph; + } + } + return 0; // not found + } + // @TODO + STBTT_assert(0); + return 0; +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int unicode_codepoint, stbtt_vertex **vertices) +{ + return stbtt_GetGlyphShape(info, stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(info, unicode_codepoint), vertices); +} + +static void stbtt_setvertex(stbtt_vertex *v, stbtt_uint8 type, stbtt_int32 x, stbtt_int32 y, stbtt_int32 cx, stbtt_int32 cy) +{ + v->type = type; + v->x = (stbtt_int16) x; + v->y = (stbtt_int16) y; + v->cx = (stbtt_int16) cx; + v->cy = (stbtt_int16) cy; +} + +static int stbtt__GetGlyfOffset(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index) +{ + int g1,g2; + + STBTT_assert(!info->cff.size); + + if (glyph_index >= info->numGlyphs) return -1; // glyph index out of range + if (info->indexToLocFormat >= 2) return -1; // unknown index->glyph map format + + if (info->indexToLocFormat == 0) { + g1 = info->glyf + ttUSHORT(info->data + info->loca + glyph_index * 2) * 2; + g2 = info->glyf + ttUSHORT(info->data + info->loca + glyph_index * 2 + 2) * 2; + } else { + g1 = info->glyf + ttULONG (info->data + info->loca + glyph_index * 4); + g2 = info->glyf + ttULONG (info->data + info->loca + glyph_index * 4 + 4); + } + + return g1==g2 ? -1 : g1; // if length is 0, return -1 +} + +static int stbtt__GetGlyphInfoT2(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1); + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1) +{ + if (info->cff.size) { + stbtt__GetGlyphInfoT2(info, glyph_index, x0, y0, x1, y1); + } else { + int g = stbtt__GetGlyfOffset(info, glyph_index); + if (g < 0) return 0; + + if (x0) *x0 = ttSHORT(info->data + g + 2); + if (y0) *y0 = ttSHORT(info->data + g + 4); + if (x1) *x1 = ttSHORT(info->data + g + 6); + if (y1) *y1 = ttSHORT(info->data + g + 8); + } + return 1; +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int codepoint, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1) +{ + return stbtt_GetGlyphBox(info, stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(info,codepoint), x0,y0,x1,y1); +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_IsGlyphEmpty(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index) +{ + stbtt_int16 numberOfContours; + int g; + if (info->cff.size) + return stbtt__GetGlyphInfoT2(info, glyph_index, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL) == 0; + g = stbtt__GetGlyfOffset(info, glyph_index); + if (g < 0) return 1; + numberOfContours = ttSHORT(info->data + g); + return numberOfContours == 0; +} + +static int stbtt__close_shape(stbtt_vertex *vertices, int num_vertices, int was_off, int start_off, + stbtt_int32 sx, stbtt_int32 sy, stbtt_int32 scx, stbtt_int32 scy, stbtt_int32 cx, stbtt_int32 cy) +{ + if (start_off) { + if (was_off) + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vcurve, (cx+scx)>>1, (cy+scy)>>1, cx,cy); + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vcurve, sx,sy,scx,scy); + } else { + if (was_off) + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vcurve,sx,sy,cx,cy); + else + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vline,sx,sy,0,0); + } + return num_vertices; +} + +static int stbtt__GetGlyphShapeTT(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, stbtt_vertex **pvertices) +{ + stbtt_int16 numberOfContours; + stbtt_uint8 *endPtsOfContours; + stbtt_uint8 *data = info->data; + stbtt_vertex *vertices=0; + int num_vertices=0; + int g = stbtt__GetGlyfOffset(info, glyph_index); + + *pvertices = NULL; + + if (g < 0) return 0; + + numberOfContours = ttSHORT(data + g); + + if (numberOfContours > 0) { + stbtt_uint8 flags=0,flagcount; + stbtt_int32 ins, i,j=0,m,n, next_move, was_off=0, off, start_off=0; + stbtt_int32 x,y,cx,cy,sx,sy, scx,scy; + stbtt_uint8 *points; + endPtsOfContours = (data + g + 10); + ins = ttUSHORT(data + g + 10 + numberOfContours * 2); + points = data + g + 10 + numberOfContours * 2 + 2 + ins; + + n = 1+ttUSHORT(endPtsOfContours + numberOfContours*2-2); + + m = n + 2*numberOfContours; // a loose bound on how many vertices we might need + vertices = (stbtt_vertex *) STBTT_malloc(m * sizeof(vertices[0]), info->userdata); + if (vertices == 0) + return 0; + + next_move = 0; + flagcount=0; + + // in first pass, we load uninterpreted data into the allocated array + // above, shifted to the end of the array so we won't overwrite it when + // we create our final data starting from the front + + off = m - n; // starting offset for uninterpreted data, regardless of how m ends up being calculated + + // first load flags + + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) { + if (flagcount == 0) { + flags = *points++; + if (flags & 8) + flagcount = *points++; + } else + --flagcount; + vertices[off+i].type = flags; + } + + // now load x coordinates + x=0; + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) { + flags = vertices[off+i].type; + if (flags & 2) { + stbtt_int16 dx = *points++; + x += (flags & 16) ? dx : -dx; // ??? + } else { + if (!(flags & 16)) { + x = x + (stbtt_int16) (points[0]*256 + points[1]); + points += 2; + } + } + vertices[off+i].x = (stbtt_int16) x; + } + + // now load y coordinates + y=0; + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) { + flags = vertices[off+i].type; + if (flags & 4) { + stbtt_int16 dy = *points++; + y += (flags & 32) ? dy : -dy; // ??? + } else { + if (!(flags & 32)) { + y = y + (stbtt_int16) (points[0]*256 + points[1]); + points += 2; + } + } + vertices[off+i].y = (stbtt_int16) y; + } + + // now convert them to our format + num_vertices=0; + sx = sy = cx = cy = scx = scy = 0; + for (i=0; i < n; ++i) { + flags = vertices[off+i].type; + x = (stbtt_int16) vertices[off+i].x; + y = (stbtt_int16) vertices[off+i].y; + + if (next_move == i) { + if (i != 0) + num_vertices = stbtt__close_shape(vertices, num_vertices, was_off, start_off, sx,sy,scx,scy,cx,cy); + + // now start the new one + start_off = !(flags & 1); + if (start_off) { + // if we start off with an off-curve point, then when we need to find a point on the curve + // where we can start, and we need to save some state for when we wraparound. + scx = x; + scy = y; + if (!(vertices[off+i+1].type & 1)) { + // next point is also a curve point, so interpolate an on-point curve + sx = (x + (stbtt_int32) vertices[off+i+1].x) >> 1; + sy = (y + (stbtt_int32) vertices[off+i+1].y) >> 1; + } else { + // otherwise just use the next point as our start point + sx = (stbtt_int32) vertices[off+i+1].x; + sy = (stbtt_int32) vertices[off+i+1].y; + ++i; // we're using point i+1 as the starting point, so skip it + } + } else { + sx = x; + sy = y; + } + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vmove,sx,sy,0,0); + was_off = 0; + next_move = 1 + ttUSHORT(endPtsOfContours+j*2); + ++j; + } else { + if (!(flags & 1)) { // if it's a curve + if (was_off) // two off-curve control points in a row means interpolate an on-curve midpoint + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vcurve, (cx+x)>>1, (cy+y)>>1, cx, cy); + cx = x; + cy = y; + was_off = 1; + } else { + if (was_off) + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vcurve, x,y, cx, cy); + else + stbtt_setvertex(&vertices[num_vertices++], STBTT_vline, x,y,0,0); + was_off = 0; + } + } + } + num_vertices = stbtt__close_shape(vertices, num_vertices, was_off, start_off, sx,sy,scx,scy,cx,cy); + } else if (numberOfContours == -1) { + // Compound shapes. + int more = 1; + stbtt_uint8 *comp = data + g + 10; + num_vertices = 0; + vertices = 0; + while (more) { + stbtt_uint16 flags, gidx; + int comp_num_verts = 0, i; + stbtt_vertex *comp_verts = 0, *tmp = 0; + float mtx[6] = {1,0,0,1,0,0}, m, n; + + flags = ttSHORT(comp); comp+=2; + gidx = ttSHORT(comp); comp+=2; + + if (flags & 2) { // XY values + if (flags & 1) { // shorts + mtx[4] = ttSHORT(comp); comp+=2; + mtx[5] = ttSHORT(comp); comp+=2; + } else { + mtx[4] = ttCHAR(comp); comp+=1; + mtx[5] = ttCHAR(comp); comp+=1; + } + } + else { + // @TODO handle matching point + STBTT_assert(0); + } + if (flags & (1<<3)) { // WE_HAVE_A_SCALE + mtx[0] = mtx[3] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + mtx[1] = mtx[2] = 0; + } else if (flags & (1<<6)) { // WE_HAVE_AN_X_AND_YSCALE + mtx[0] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + mtx[1] = mtx[2] = 0; + mtx[3] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + } else if (flags & (1<<7)) { // WE_HAVE_A_TWO_BY_TWO + mtx[0] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + mtx[1] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + mtx[2] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + mtx[3] = ttSHORT(comp)/16384.0f; comp+=2; + } + + // Find transformation scales. + m = (float) STBTT_sqrt(mtx[0]*mtx[0] + mtx[1]*mtx[1]); + n = (float) STBTT_sqrt(mtx[2]*mtx[2] + mtx[3]*mtx[3]); + + // Get indexed glyph. + comp_num_verts = stbtt_GetGlyphShape(info, gidx, &comp_verts); + if (comp_num_verts > 0) { + // Transform vertices. + for (i = 0; i < comp_num_verts; ++i) { + stbtt_vertex* v = &comp_verts[i]; + stbtt_vertex_type x,y; + x=v->x; y=v->y; + v->x = (stbtt_vertex_type)(m * (mtx[0]*x + mtx[2]*y + mtx[4])); + v->y = (stbtt_vertex_type)(n * (mtx[1]*x + mtx[3]*y + mtx[5])); + x=v->cx; y=v->cy; + v->cx = (stbtt_vertex_type)(m * (mtx[0]*x + mtx[2]*y + mtx[4])); + v->cy = (stbtt_vertex_type)(n * (mtx[1]*x + mtx[3]*y + mtx[5])); + } + // Append vertices. + tmp = (stbtt_vertex*)STBTT_malloc((num_vertices+comp_num_verts)*sizeof(stbtt_vertex), info->userdata); + if (!tmp) { + if (vertices) STBTT_free(vertices, info->userdata); + if (comp_verts) STBTT_free(comp_verts, info->userdata); + return 0; + } + if (num_vertices > 0) STBTT_memcpy(tmp, vertices, num_vertices*sizeof(stbtt_vertex)); + STBTT_memcpy(tmp+num_vertices, comp_verts, comp_num_verts*sizeof(stbtt_vertex)); + if (vertices) STBTT_free(vertices, info->userdata); + vertices = tmp; + STBTT_free(comp_verts, info->userdata); + num_vertices += comp_num_verts; + } + // More components ? + more = flags & (1<<5); + } + } else if (numberOfContours < 0) { + // @TODO other compound variations? + STBTT_assert(0); + } else { + // numberOfCounters == 0, do nothing + } + + *pvertices = vertices; + return num_vertices; +} + +typedef struct +{ + int bounds; + int started; + float first_x, first_y; + float x, y; + stbtt_int32 min_x, max_x, min_y, max_y; + + stbtt_vertex *pvertices; + int num_vertices; +} stbtt__csctx; + +#define STBTT__CSCTX_INIT(bounds) {bounds,0, 0,0, 0,0, 0,0,0,0, NULL, 0} + +static void stbtt__track_vertex(stbtt__csctx *c, stbtt_int32 x, stbtt_int32 y) +{ + if (x > c->max_x || !c->started) c->max_x = x; + if (y > c->max_y || !c->started) c->max_y = y; + if (x < c->min_x || !c->started) c->min_x = x; + if (y < c->min_y || !c->started) c->min_y = y; + c->started = 1; +} + +static void stbtt__csctx_v(stbtt__csctx *c, stbtt_uint8 type, stbtt_int32 x, stbtt_int32 y, stbtt_int32 cx, stbtt_int32 cy, stbtt_int32 cx1, stbtt_int32 cy1) +{ + if (c->bounds) { + stbtt__track_vertex(c, x, y); + if (type == STBTT_vcubic) { + stbtt__track_vertex(c, cx, cy); + stbtt__track_vertex(c, cx1, cy1); + } + } else { + stbtt_setvertex(&c->pvertices[c->num_vertices], type, x, y, cx, cy); + c->pvertices[c->num_vertices].cx1 = (stbtt_int16) cx1; + c->pvertices[c->num_vertices].cy1 = (stbtt_int16) cy1; + } + c->num_vertices++; +} + +static void stbtt__csctx_close_shape(stbtt__csctx *ctx) +{ + if (ctx->first_x != ctx->x || ctx->first_y != ctx->y) + stbtt__csctx_v(ctx, STBTT_vline, (int)ctx->first_x, (int)ctx->first_y, 0, 0, 0, 0); +} + +static void stbtt__csctx_rmove_to(stbtt__csctx *ctx, float dx, float dy) +{ + stbtt__csctx_close_shape(ctx); + ctx->first_x = ctx->x = ctx->x + dx; + ctx->first_y = ctx->y = ctx->y + dy; + stbtt__csctx_v(ctx, STBTT_vmove, (int)ctx->x, (int)ctx->y, 0, 0, 0, 0); +} + +static void stbtt__csctx_rline_to(stbtt__csctx *ctx, float dx, float dy) +{ + ctx->x += dx; + ctx->y += dy; + stbtt__csctx_v(ctx, STBTT_vline, (int)ctx->x, (int)ctx->y, 0, 0, 0, 0); +} + +static void stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(stbtt__csctx *ctx, float dx1, float dy1, float dx2, float dy2, float dx3, float dy3) +{ + float cx1 = ctx->x + dx1; + float cy1 = ctx->y + dy1; + float cx2 = cx1 + dx2; + float cy2 = cy1 + dy2; + ctx->x = cx2 + dx3; + ctx->y = cy2 + dy3; + stbtt__csctx_v(ctx, STBTT_vcubic, (int)ctx->x, (int)ctx->y, (int)cx1, (int)cy1, (int)cx2, (int)cy2); +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__get_subr(stbtt__buf idx, int n) +{ + int count = stbtt__cff_index_count(&idx); + int bias = 107; + if (count >= 33900) + bias = 32768; + else if (count >= 1240) + bias = 1131; + n += bias; + if (n < 0 || n >= count) + return stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + return stbtt__cff_index_get(idx, n); +} + +static stbtt__buf stbtt__cid_get_glyph_subrs(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index) +{ + stbtt__buf fdselect = info->fdselect; + int nranges, start, end, v, fmt, fdselector = -1, i; + + stbtt__buf_seek(&fdselect, 0); + fmt = stbtt__buf_get8(&fdselect); + if (fmt == 0) { + // untested + stbtt__buf_skip(&fdselect, glyph_index); + fdselector = stbtt__buf_get8(&fdselect); + } else if (fmt == 3) { + nranges = stbtt__buf_get16(&fdselect); + start = stbtt__buf_get16(&fdselect); + for (i = 0; i < nranges; i++) { + v = stbtt__buf_get8(&fdselect); + end = stbtt__buf_get16(&fdselect); + if (glyph_index >= start && glyph_index < end) { + fdselector = v; + break; + } + start = end; + } + } + if (fdselector == -1) stbtt__new_buf(NULL, 0); + return stbtt__get_subrs(info->cff, stbtt__cff_index_get(info->fontdicts, fdselector)); +} + +static int stbtt__run_charstring(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, stbtt__csctx *c) +{ + int in_header = 1, maskbits = 0, subr_stack_height = 0, sp = 0, v, i, b0; + int has_subrs = 0, clear_stack; + float s[48]; + stbtt__buf subr_stack[10], subrs = info->subrs, b; + float f; + +#define STBTT__CSERR(s) (0) + + // this currently ignores the initial width value, which isn't needed if we have hmtx + b = stbtt__cff_index_get(info->charstrings, glyph_index); + while (b.cursor < b.size) { + i = 0; + clear_stack = 1; + b0 = stbtt__buf_get8(&b); + switch (b0) { + // @TODO implement hinting + case 0x13: // hintmask + case 0x14: // cntrmask + if (in_header) + maskbits += (sp / 2); // implicit "vstem" + in_header = 0; + stbtt__buf_skip(&b, (maskbits + 7) / 8); + break; + + case 0x01: // hstem + case 0x03: // vstem + case 0x12: // hstemhm + case 0x17: // vstemhm + maskbits += (sp / 2); + break; + + case 0x15: // rmoveto + in_header = 0; + if (sp < 2) return STBTT__CSERR("rmoveto stack"); + stbtt__csctx_rmove_to(c, s[sp-2], s[sp-1]); + break; + case 0x04: // vmoveto + in_header = 0; + if (sp < 1) return STBTT__CSERR("vmoveto stack"); + stbtt__csctx_rmove_to(c, 0, s[sp-1]); + break; + case 0x16: // hmoveto + in_header = 0; + if (sp < 1) return STBTT__CSERR("hmoveto stack"); + stbtt__csctx_rmove_to(c, s[sp-1], 0); + break; + + case 0x05: // rlineto + if (sp < 2) return STBTT__CSERR("rlineto stack"); + for (; i + 1 < sp; i += 2) + stbtt__csctx_rline_to(c, s[i], s[i+1]); + break; + + // hlineto/vlineto and vhcurveto/hvcurveto alternate horizontal and vertical + // starting from a different place. + + case 0x07: // vlineto + if (sp < 1) return STBTT__CSERR("vlineto stack"); + goto vlineto; + case 0x06: // hlineto + if (sp < 1) return STBTT__CSERR("hlineto stack"); + for (;;) { + if (i >= sp) break; + stbtt__csctx_rline_to(c, s[i], 0); + i++; + vlineto: + if (i >= sp) break; + stbtt__csctx_rline_to(c, 0, s[i]); + i++; + } + break; + + case 0x1F: // hvcurveto + if (sp < 4) return STBTT__CSERR("hvcurveto stack"); + goto hvcurveto; + case 0x1E: // vhcurveto + if (sp < 4) return STBTT__CSERR("vhcurveto stack"); + for (;;) { + if (i + 3 >= sp) break; + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, 0, s[i], s[i+1], s[i+2], s[i+3], (sp - i == 5) ? s[i + 4] : 0.0f); + i += 4; + hvcurveto: + if (i + 3 >= sp) break; + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, s[i], 0, s[i+1], s[i+2], (sp - i == 5) ? s[i+4] : 0.0f, s[i+3]); + i += 4; + } + break; + + case 0x08: // rrcurveto + if (sp < 6) return STBTT__CSERR("rcurveline stack"); + for (; i + 5 < sp; i += 6) + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, s[i], s[i+1], s[i+2], s[i+3], s[i+4], s[i+5]); + break; + + case 0x18: // rcurveline + if (sp < 8) return STBTT__CSERR("rcurveline stack"); + for (; i + 5 < sp - 2; i += 6) + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, s[i], s[i+1], s[i+2], s[i+3], s[i+4], s[i+5]); + if (i + 1 >= sp) return STBTT__CSERR("rcurveline stack"); + stbtt__csctx_rline_to(c, s[i], s[i+1]); + break; + + case 0x19: // rlinecurve + if (sp < 8) return STBTT__CSERR("rlinecurve stack"); + for (; i + 1 < sp - 6; i += 2) + stbtt__csctx_rline_to(c, s[i], s[i+1]); + if (i + 5 >= sp) return STBTT__CSERR("rlinecurve stack"); + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, s[i], s[i+1], s[i+2], s[i+3], s[i+4], s[i+5]); + break; + + case 0x1A: // vvcurveto + case 0x1B: // hhcurveto + if (sp < 4) return STBTT__CSERR("(vv|hh)curveto stack"); + f = 0.0; + if (sp & 1) { f = s[i]; i++; } + for (; i + 3 < sp; i += 4) { + if (b0 == 0x1B) + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, s[i], f, s[i+1], s[i+2], s[i+3], 0.0); + else + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, f, s[i], s[i+1], s[i+2], 0.0, s[i+3]); + f = 0.0; + } + break; + + case 0x0A: // callsubr + if (!has_subrs) { + if (info->fdselect.size) + subrs = stbtt__cid_get_glyph_subrs(info, glyph_index); + has_subrs = 1; + } + // fallthrough + case 0x1D: // callgsubr + if (sp < 1) return STBTT__CSERR("call(g|)subr stack"); + v = (int) s[--sp]; + if (subr_stack_height >= 10) return STBTT__CSERR("recursion limit"); + subr_stack[subr_stack_height++] = b; + b = stbtt__get_subr(b0 == 0x0A ? subrs : info->gsubrs, v); + if (b.size == 0) return STBTT__CSERR("subr not found"); + b.cursor = 0; + clear_stack = 0; + break; + + case 0x0B: // return + if (subr_stack_height <= 0) return STBTT__CSERR("return outside subr"); + b = subr_stack[--subr_stack_height]; + clear_stack = 0; + break; + + case 0x0E: // endchar + stbtt__csctx_close_shape(c); + return 1; + + case 0x0C: { // two-byte escape + float dx1, dx2, dx3, dx4, dx5, dx6, dy1, dy2, dy3, dy4, dy5, dy6; + float dx, dy; + int b1 = stbtt__buf_get8(&b); + switch (b1) { + // @TODO These "flex" implementations ignore the flex-depth and resolution, + // and always draw beziers. + case 0x22: // hflex + if (sp < 7) return STBTT__CSERR("hflex stack"); + dx1 = s[0]; + dx2 = s[1]; + dy2 = s[2]; + dx3 = s[3]; + dx4 = s[4]; + dx5 = s[5]; + dx6 = s[6]; + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx1, 0, dx2, dy2, dx3, 0); + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx4, 0, dx5, -dy2, dx6, 0); + break; + + case 0x23: // flex + if (sp < 13) return STBTT__CSERR("flex stack"); + dx1 = s[0]; + dy1 = s[1]; + dx2 = s[2]; + dy2 = s[3]; + dx3 = s[4]; + dy3 = s[5]; + dx4 = s[6]; + dy4 = s[7]; + dx5 = s[8]; + dy5 = s[9]; + dx6 = s[10]; + dy6 = s[11]; + //fd is s[12] + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, dy3); + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx4, dy4, dx5, dy5, dx6, dy6); + break; + + case 0x24: // hflex1 + if (sp < 9) return STBTT__CSERR("hflex1 stack"); + dx1 = s[0]; + dy1 = s[1]; + dx2 = s[2]; + dy2 = s[3]; + dx3 = s[4]; + dx4 = s[5]; + dx5 = s[6]; + dy5 = s[7]; + dx6 = s[8]; + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, 0); + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx4, 0, dx5, dy5, dx6, -(dy1+dy2+dy5)); + break; + + case 0x25: // flex1 + if (sp < 11) return STBTT__CSERR("flex1 stack"); + dx1 = s[0]; + dy1 = s[1]; + dx2 = s[2]; + dy2 = s[3]; + dx3 = s[4]; + dy3 = s[5]; + dx4 = s[6]; + dy4 = s[7]; + dx5 = s[8]; + dy5 = s[9]; + dx6 = dy6 = s[10]; + dx = dx1+dx2+dx3+dx4+dx5; + dy = dy1+dy2+dy3+dy4+dy5; + if (STBTT_fabs(dx) > STBTT_fabs(dy)) + dy6 = -dy; + else + dx6 = -dx; + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, dy3); + stbtt__csctx_rccurve_to(c, dx4, dy4, dx5, dy5, dx6, dy6); + break; + + default: + return STBTT__CSERR("unimplemented"); + } + } break; + + default: + if (b0 != 255 && b0 != 28 && (b0 < 32 || b0 > 254)) + return STBTT__CSERR("reserved operator"); + + // push immediate + if (b0 == 255) { + f = (float)stbtt__buf_get32(&b) / 0x10000; + } else { + stbtt__buf_skip(&b, -1); + f = (float)(stbtt_int16)stbtt__cff_int(&b); + } + if (sp >= 48) return STBTT__CSERR("push stack overflow"); + s[sp++] = f; + clear_stack = 0; + break; + } + if (clear_stack) sp = 0; + } + return STBTT__CSERR("no endchar"); + +#undef STBTT__CSERR +} + +static int stbtt__GetGlyphShapeT2(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, stbtt_vertex **pvertices) +{ + // runs the charstring twice, once to count and once to output (to avoid realloc) + stbtt__csctx count_ctx = STBTT__CSCTX_INIT(1); + stbtt__csctx output_ctx = STBTT__CSCTX_INIT(0); + if (stbtt__run_charstring(info, glyph_index, &count_ctx)) { + *pvertices = (stbtt_vertex*)STBTT_malloc(count_ctx.num_vertices*sizeof(stbtt_vertex), info->userdata); + output_ctx.pvertices = *pvertices; + if (stbtt__run_charstring(info, glyph_index, &output_ctx)) { + STBTT_assert(output_ctx.num_vertices == count_ctx.num_vertices); + return output_ctx.num_vertices; + } + } + *pvertices = NULL; + return 0; +} + +static int stbtt__GetGlyphInfoT2(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1) +{ + stbtt__csctx c = STBTT__CSCTX_INIT(1); + int r = stbtt__run_charstring(info, glyph_index, &c); + if (x0) { + *x0 = r ? c.min_x : 0; + *y0 = r ? c.min_y : 0; + *x1 = r ? c.max_x : 0; + *y1 = r ? c.max_y : 0; + } + return r ? c.num_vertices : 0; +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, stbtt_vertex **pvertices) +{ + if (!info->cff.size) + return stbtt__GetGlyphShapeTT(info, glyph_index, pvertices); + else + return stbtt__GetGlyphShapeT2(info, glyph_index, pvertices); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphHMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph_index, int *advanceWidth, int *leftSideBearing) +{ + stbtt_uint16 numOfLongHorMetrics = ttUSHORT(info->data+info->hhea + 34); + if (glyph_index < numOfLongHorMetrics) { + if (advanceWidth) *advanceWidth = ttSHORT(info->data + info->hmtx + 4*glyph_index); + if (leftSideBearing) *leftSideBearing = ttSHORT(info->data + info->hmtx + 4*glyph_index + 2); + } else { + if (advanceWidth) *advanceWidth = ttSHORT(info->data + info->hmtx + 4*(numOfLongHorMetrics-1)); + if (leftSideBearing) *leftSideBearing = ttSHORT(info->data + info->hmtx + 4*numOfLongHorMetrics + 2*(glyph_index - numOfLongHorMetrics)); + } +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetGlyphKernAdvance(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int glyph1, int glyph2) +{ + stbtt_uint8 *data = info->data + info->kern; + stbtt_uint32 needle, straw; + int l, r, m; + + // we only look at the first table. it must be 'horizontal' and format 0. + if (!info->kern) + return 0; + if (ttUSHORT(data+2) < 1) // number of tables, need at least 1 + return 0; + if (ttUSHORT(data+8) != 1) // horizontal flag must be set in format + return 0; + + l = 0; + r = ttUSHORT(data+10) - 1; + needle = glyph1 << 16 | glyph2; + while (l <= r) { + m = (l + r) >> 1; + straw = ttULONG(data+18+(m*6)); // note: unaligned read + if (needle < straw) + r = m - 1; + else if (needle > straw) + l = m + 1; + else + return ttSHORT(data+22+(m*6)); + } + return 0; +} + +STBTT_DEF int stbtt_GetCodepointKernAdvance(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int ch1, int ch2) +{ + if (!info->kern) // if no kerning table, don't waste time looking up both codepoint->glyphs + return 0; + return stbtt_GetGlyphKernAdvance(info, stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(info,ch1), stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(info,ch2)); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointHMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int codepoint, int *advanceWidth, int *leftSideBearing) +{ + stbtt_GetGlyphHMetrics(info, stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(info,codepoint), advanceWidth, leftSideBearing); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetFontVMetrics(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int *ascent, int *descent, int *lineGap) +{ + if (ascent ) *ascent = ttSHORT(info->data+info->hhea + 4); + if (descent) *descent = ttSHORT(info->data+info->hhea + 6); + if (lineGap) *lineGap = ttSHORT(info->data+info->hhea + 8); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetFontBoundingBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, int *x0, int *y0, int *x1, int *y1) +{ + *x0 = ttSHORT(info->data + info->head + 36); + *y0 = ttSHORT(info->data + info->head + 38); + *x1 = ttSHORT(info->data + info->head + 40); + *y1 = ttSHORT(info->data + info->head + 42); +} + +STBTT_DEF float stbtt_ScaleForPixelHeight(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float height) +{ + int fheight = ttSHORT(info->data + info->hhea + 4) - ttSHORT(info->data + info->hhea + 6); + return (float) height / fheight; +} + +STBTT_DEF float stbtt_ScaleForMappingEmToPixels(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, float pixels) +{ + int unitsPerEm = ttUSHORT(info->data + info->head + 18); + return pixels / unitsPerEm; +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_FreeShape(const stbtt_fontinfo *info, stbtt_vertex *v) +{ + STBTT_free(v, info->userdata); +} + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// antialiasing software rasterizer +// + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBoxSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int glyph, float scale_x, float scale_y,float shift_x, float shift_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1) +{ + int x0=0,y0=0,x1,y1; // =0 suppresses compiler warning + if (!stbtt_GetGlyphBox(font, glyph, &x0,&y0,&x1,&y1)) { + // e.g. space character + if (ix0) *ix0 = 0; + if (iy0) *iy0 = 0; + if (ix1) *ix1 = 0; + if (iy1) *iy1 = 0; + } else { + // move to integral bboxes (treating pixels as little squares, what pixels get touched)? + if (ix0) *ix0 = STBTT_ifloor( x0 * scale_x + shift_x); + if (iy0) *iy0 = STBTT_ifloor(-y1 * scale_y + shift_y); + if (ix1) *ix1 = STBTT_iceil ( x1 * scale_x + shift_x); + if (iy1) *iy1 = STBTT_iceil (-y0 * scale_y + shift_y); + } +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int glyph, float scale_x, float scale_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1) +{ + stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBoxSubpixel(font, glyph, scale_x, scale_y,0.0f,0.0f, ix0, iy0, ix1, iy1); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBoxSubpixel(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int codepoint, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1) +{ + stbtt_GetGlyphBitmapBoxSubpixel(font, stbtt_FindGlyphIndex(font,codepoint), scale_x, scale_y,shift_x,shift_y, ix0,iy0,ix1,iy1); +} + +STBTT_DEF void stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBox(const stbtt_fontinfo *font, int codepoint, float scale_x, float scale_y, int *ix0, int *iy0, int *ix1, int *iy1) +{ + stbtt_GetCodepointBitmapBoxSubpixel(font, codepoint, scale_x, scale_y,0.0f,0.0f, ix0,iy0,ix1,iy1); +} + +////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// +// +// Rasterizer + +typedef struct stbtt__hheap_chunk +{ + struct stbtt__hheap_chunk *next; +} stbtt__hheap_chunk; + +typedef struct stbtt__hheap +{ + struct stbtt__hheap_chunk *head; + void *first_free; + int num_remaining_in_head_chunk; +} stbtt__hheap; + +static void *stbtt__hheap_alloc(stbtt__hheap *hh, size_t size, void *userdata) +{ + if (hh->first_free) { + void *p = hh->first_free; + hh->first_free = * (void **) p; + return p; + } else { + if (hh->num_remaining_in_head_chunk == 0) { + int count = (size < 32 ? 2000 : size < 128 ? 800 : 100); + stbtt__hheap_chunk *c = (stbtt__hheap_chunk *) STBTT_malloc(sizeof(stbtt__hheap_chunk) + size * count, userdata); + if (c == NULL) + return NULL; + c->next = hh->head; + hh->head = c; + hh->num_remaining_in_head_chunk = count; + } + --hh->num_remaining_in_head_chunk; + return (char *) (hh->head) + size * hh->num_remaining_in_head_chunk; + } +} + +static void stbtt__hheap_free(stbtt__hheap *hh, void *p) +{ + *(void **) p = hh->first_free; + hh->first_free = p; +} + +static void stbtt__hheap_cleanup(stbtt__hheap *hh, void *userdata) +{ + stbtt__hheap_chunk *c = hh->head; + while (c) { + stbtt__hheap_chunk *n = c->next; + STBTT_free(c, userdata); + c = n; + } +} + +typedef struct stbtt__edge { + float x0,y0, x1,y1; + int invert; +} stbtt__edge; + + +typedef struct stbtt__active_edge +{ + struct stbtt__active_edge *next; + #if STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION==1 + int x,dx; + float ey; + int direction; + #elif STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION==2 + float fx,fdx,fdy; + float direction; + float sy; + float ey; + #else + #error "Unrecognized value of STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION" + #endif +} stbtt__active_edge; + +#if STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 1 +#define STBTT_FIXSHIFT 10 +#define STBTT_FIX (1 << STBTT_FIXSHIFT) +#define STBTT_FIXMASK (STBTT_FIX-1) + +static stbtt__active_edge *stbtt__new_active(stbtt__hheap *hh, stbtt__edge *e, int off_x, float start_point, void *userdata) +{ + stbtt__active_edge *z = (stbtt__active_edge *) stbtt__hheap_alloc(hh, sizeof(*z), userdata); + float dxdy = (e->x1 - e->x0) / (e->y1 - e->y0); + STBTT_assert(z != NULL); + if (!z) return z; + + // round dx down to avoid overshooting + if (dxdy < 0) + z->dx = -STBTT_ifloor(STBTT_FIX * -dxdy); + else + z->dx = STBTT_ifloor(STBTT_FIX * dxdy); + + z->x = STBTT_ifloor(STBTT_FIX * e->x0 + z->dx * (start_point - e->y0)); // use z->dx so when we offset later it's by the same amount + z->x -= off_x * STBTT_FIX; + + z->ey = e->y1; + z->next = 0; + z->direction = e->invert ? 1 : -1; + return z; +} +#elif STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 2 +static stbtt__active_edge *stbtt__new_active(stbtt__hheap *hh, stbtt__edge *e, int off_x, float start_point, void *userdata) +{ + stbtt__active_edge *z = (stbtt__active_edge *) stbtt__hheap_alloc(hh, sizeof(*z), userdata); + float dxdy = (e->x1 - e->x0) / (e->y1 - e->y0); + STBTT_assert(z != NULL); + //STBTT_assert(e->y0 <= start_point); + if (!z) return z; + z->fdx = dxdy; + z->fdy = dxdy != 0.0f ? (1.0f/dxdy) : 0.0f; + z->fx = e->x0 + dxdy * (start_point - e->y0); + z->fx -= off_x; + z->direction = e->invert ? 1.0f : -1.0f; + z->sy = e->y0; + z->ey = e->y1; + z->next = 0; + return z; +} +#else +#error "Unrecognized value of STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION" +#endif + +#if STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 1 +// note: this routine clips fills that extend off the edges... ideally this +// wouldn't happen, but it could happen if the truetype glyph bounding boxes +// are wrong, or if the user supplies a too-small bitmap +static void stbtt__fill_active_edges(unsigned char *scanline, int len, stbtt__active_edge *e, int max_weight) +{ + // non-zero winding fill + int x0=0, w=0; + + while (e) { + if (w == 0) { + // if we're currently at zero, we need to record the edge start point + x0 = e->x; w += e->direction; + } else { + int x1 = e->x; w += e->direction; + // if we went to zero, we need to draw + if (w == 0) { + int i = x0 >> STBTT_FIXSHIFT; + int j = x1 >> STBTT_FIXSHIFT; + + if (i < len && j >= 0) { + if (i == j) { + // x0,x1 are the same pixel, so compute combined coverage + scanline[i] = scanline[i] + (stbtt_uint8) ((x1 - x0) * max_weight >> STBTT_FIXSHIFT); + } else { + if (i >= 0) // add antialiasing for x0 + scanline[i] = scanline[i] + (stbtt_uint8) (((STBTT_FIX - (x0 & STBTT_FIXMASK)) * max_weight) >> STBTT_FIXSHIFT); + else + i = -1; // clip + + if (j < len) // add antialiasing for x1 + scanline[j] = scanline[j] + (stbtt_uint8) (((x1 & STBTT_FIXMASK) * max_weight) >> STBTT_FIXSHIFT); + else + j = len; // clip + + for (++i; i < j; ++i) // fill pixels between x0 and x1 + scanline[i] = scanline[i] + (stbtt_uint8) max_weight; + } + } + } + } + + e = e->next; + } +} + +static void stbtt__rasterize_sorted_edges(stbtt__bitmap *result, stbtt__edge *e, int n, int vsubsample, int off_x, int off_y, void *userdata) +{ + stbtt__hheap hh = { 0, 0, 0 }; + stbtt__active_edge *active = NULL; + int y,j=0; + int max_weight = (255 / vsubsample); // weight per vertical scanline + int s; // vertical subsample index + unsigned char scanline_data[512], *scanline; + + if (result->w > 512) + scanline = (unsigned char *) STBTT_malloc(result->w, userdata); + else + scanline = scanline_data; + + y = off_y * vsubsample; + e[n].y0 = (off_y + result->h) * (float) vsubsample + 1; + + while (j < result->h) { + STBTT_memset(scanline, 0, result->w); + for (s=0; s < vsubsample; ++s) { + // find center of pixel for this scanline + float scan_y = y + 0.5f; + stbtt__active_edge **step = &active; + + // update all active edges; + // remove all active edges that terminate before the center of this scanline + while (*step) { + stbtt__active_edge * z = *step; + if (z->ey <= scan_y) { + *step = z->next; // delete from list + STBTT_assert(z->direction); + z->direction = 0; + stbtt__hheap_free(&hh, z); + } else { + z->x += z->dx; // advance to position for current scanline + step = &((*step)->next); // advance through list + } + } + + // resort the list if needed + for(;;) { + int changed=0; + step = &active; + while (*step && (*step)->next) { + if ((*step)->x > (*step)->next->x) { + stbtt__active_edge *t = *step; + stbtt__active_edge *q = t->next; + + t->next = q->next; + q->next = t; + *step = q; + changed = 1; + } + step = &(*step)->next; + } + if (!changed) break; + } + + // insert all edges that start before the center of this scanline -- omit ones that also end on this scanline + while (e->y0 <= scan_y) { + if (e->y1 > scan_y) { + stbtt__active_edge *z = stbtt__new_active(&hh, e, off_x, scan_y, userdata); + if (z != NULL) { + // find insertion point + if (active == NULL) + active = z; + else if (z->x < active->x) { + // insert at front + z->next = active; + active = z; + } else { + // find thing to insert AFTER + stbtt__active_edge *p = active; + while (p->next && p->next->x < z->x) + p = p->next; + // at this point, p->next->x is NOT < z->x + z->next = p->next; + p->next = z; + } + } + } + ++e; + } + + // now process all active edges in XOR fashion + if (active) + stbtt__fill_active_edges(scanline, result->w, active, max_weight); + + ++y; + } + STBTT_memcpy(result->pixels + j * result->stride, scanline, result->w); + ++j; + } + + stbtt__hheap_cleanup(&hh, userdata); + + if (scanline != scanline_data) + STBTT_free(scanline, userdata); +} + +#elif STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 2 + +// the edge passed in here does not cross the vertical line at x or the vertical line at x+1 +// (i.e. it has already been clipped to those) +static void stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(float *scanline, int x, stbtt__active_edge *e, float x0, float y0, float x1, float y1) +{ + if (y0 == y1) return; + STBTT_assert(y0 < y1); + STBTT_assert(e->sy <= e->ey); + if (y0 > e->ey) return; + if (y1 < e->sy) return; + if (y0 < e->sy) { + x0 += (x1-x0) * (e->sy - y0) / (y1-y0); + y0 = e->sy; + } + if (y1 > e->ey) { + x1 += (x1-x0) * (e->ey - y1) / (y1-y0); + y1 = e->ey; + } + + if (x0 == x) + STBTT_assert(x1 <= x+1); + else if (x0 == x+1) + STBTT_assert(x1 >= x); + else if (x0 <= x) + STBTT_assert(x1 <= x); + else if (x0 >= x+1) + STBTT_assert(x1 >= x+1); + else + STBTT_assert(x1 >= x && x1 <= x+1); + + if (x0 <= x && x1 <= x) + scanline[x] += e->direction * (y1-y0); + else if (x0 >= x+1 && x1 >= x+1) + ; + else { + STBTT_assert(x0 >= x && x0 <= x+1 && x1 >= x && x1 <= x+1); + scanline[x] += e->direction * (y1-y0) * (1-((x0-x)+(x1-x))/2); // coverage = 1 - average x position + } +} + +static void stbtt__fill_active_edges_new(float *scanline, float *scanline_fill, int len, stbtt__active_edge *e, float y_top) +{ + float y_bottom = y_top+1; + + while (e) { + // brute force every pixel + + // compute intersection points with top & bottom + STBTT_assert(e->ey >= y_top); + + if (e->fdx == 0) { + float x0 = e->fx; + if (x0 < len) { + if (x0 >= 0) { + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,(int) x0,e, x0,y_top, x0,y_bottom); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline_fill-1,(int) x0+1,e, x0,y_top, x0,y_bottom); + } else { + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline_fill-1,0,e, x0,y_top, x0,y_bottom); + } + } + } else { + float x0 = e->fx; + float dx = e->fdx; + float xb = x0 + dx; + float x_top, x_bottom; + float sy0,sy1; + float dy = e->fdy; + STBTT_assert(e->sy <= y_bottom && e->ey >= y_top); + + // compute endpoints of line segment clipped to this scanline (if the + // line segment starts on this scanline. x0 is the intersection of the + // line with y_top, but that may be off the line segment. + if (e->sy > y_top) { + x_top = x0 + dx * (e->sy - y_top); + sy0 = e->sy; + } else { + x_top = x0; + sy0 = y_top; + } + if (e->ey < y_bottom) { + x_bottom = x0 + dx * (e->ey - y_top); + sy1 = e->ey; + } else { + x_bottom = xb; + sy1 = y_bottom; + } + + if (x_top >= 0 && x_bottom >= 0 && x_top < len && x_bottom < len) { + // from here on, we don't have to range check x values + + if ((int) x_top == (int) x_bottom) { + float height; + // simple case, only spans one pixel + int x = (int) x_top; + height = sy1 - sy0; + STBTT_assert(x >= 0 && x < len); + scanline[x] += e->direction * (1-((x_top - x) + (x_bottom-x))/2) * height; + scanline_fill[x] += e->direction * height; // everything right of this pixel is filled + } else { + int x,x1,x2; + float y_crossing, step, sign, area; + // covers 2+ pixels + if (x_top > x_bottom) { + // flip scanline vertically; signed area is the same + float t; + sy0 = y_bottom - (sy0 - y_top); + sy1 = y_bottom - (sy1 - y_top); + t = sy0, sy0 = sy1, sy1 = t; + t = x_bottom, x_bottom = x_top, x_top = t; + dx = -dx; + dy = -dy; + t = x0, x0 = xb, xb = t; + } + + x1 = (int) x_top; + x2 = (int) x_bottom; + // compute intersection with y axis at x1+1 + y_crossing = (x1+1 - x0) * dy + y_top; + + sign = e->direction; + // area of the rectangle covered from y0..y_crossing + area = sign * (y_crossing-sy0); + // area of the triangle (x_top,y0), (x+1,y0), (x+1,y_crossing) + scanline[x1] += area * (1-((x_top - x1)+(x1+1-x1))/2); + + step = sign * dy; + for (x = x1+1; x < x2; ++x) { + scanline[x] += area + step/2; + area += step; + } + y_crossing += dy * (x2 - (x1+1)); + + STBTT_assert(STBTT_fabs(area) <= 1.01f); + + scanline[x2] += area + sign * (1-((x2-x2)+(x_bottom-x2))/2) * (sy1-y_crossing); + + scanline_fill[x2] += sign * (sy1-sy0); + } + } else { + // if edge goes outside of box we're drawing, we require + // clipping logic. since this does not match the intended use + // of this library, we use a different, very slow brute + // force implementation + int x; + for (x=0; x < len; ++x) { + // cases: + // + // there can be up to two intersections with the pixel. any intersection + // with left or right edges can be handled by splitting into two (or three) + // regions. intersections with top & bottom do not necessitate case-wise logic. + // + // the old way of doing this found the intersections with the left & right edges, + // then used some simple logic to produce up to three segments in sorted order + // from top-to-bottom. however, this had a problem: if an x edge was epsilon + // across the x border, then the corresponding y position might not be distinct + // from the other y segment, and it might ignored as an empty segment. to avoid + // that, we need to explicitly produce segments based on x positions. + + // rename variables to clear pairs + float y0 = y_top; + float x1 = (float) (x); + float x2 = (float) (x+1); + float x3 = xb; + float y3 = y_bottom; + float y1,y2; + + // x = e->x + e->dx * (y-y_top) + // (y-y_top) = (x - e->x) / e->dx + // y = (x - e->x) / e->dx + y_top + y1 = (x - x0) / dx + y_top; + y2 = (x+1 - x0) / dx + y_top; + + if (x0 < x1 && x3 > x2) { // three segments descending down-right + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x1,y1); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x1,y1, x2,y2); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x2,y2, x3,y3); + } else if (x3 < x1 && x0 > x2) { // three segments descending down-left + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x2,y2); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x2,y2, x1,y1); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x1,y1, x3,y3); + } else if (x0 < x1 && x3 > x1) { // two segments across x, down-right + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x1,y1); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x1,y1, x3,y3); + } else if (x3 < x1 && x0 > x1) { // two segments across x, down-left + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x1,y1); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x1,y1, x3,y3); + } else if (x0 < x2 && x3 > x2) { // two segments across x+1, down-right + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x2,y2); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x2,y2, x3,y3); + } else if (x3 < x2 && x0 > x2) { // two segments across x+1, down-left + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x2,y2); + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x2,y2, x3,y3); + } else { // one segment + stbtt__handle_clipped_edge(scanline,x,e, x0,y0, x3,y3); + } + } + } + } + e = e->next; + } +} + +// directly AA rasterize edges w/o supersampling +static void stbtt__rasterize_sorted_edges(stbtt__bitmap *result, stbtt__edge *e, int n, int vsubsample, int off_x, int off_y, void *userdata) +{ + stbtt__hheap hh = { 0, 0, 0 }; + stbtt__active_edge *active = NULL; + int y,j=0, i; + float scanline_data[129], *scanline, *scanline2; + + STBTT__NOTUSED(vsubsample); + + if (result->w > 64) + scanline = (float *) STBTT_malloc((result->w*2+1) * sizeof(float), userdata); + else + scanline = scanline_data; + + scanline2 = scanline + result->w; + + y = off_y; + e[n].y0 = (float) (off_y + result->h) + 1; + + while (j < result->h) { + // find center of pixel for this scanline + float scan_y_top = y + 0.0f; + float scan_y_bottom = y + 1.0f; + stbtt__active_edge **step = &active; + + STBTT_memset(scanline , 0, result->w*sizeof(scanline[0])); + STBTT_memset(scanline2, 0, (result->w+1)*sizeof(scanline[0])); + + // update all active edges; + // remove all active edges that terminate before the top of this scanline + while (*step) { + stbtt__active_edge * z = *step; + if (z->ey <= scan_y_top) { + *step = z->next; // delete from list + STBTT_assert(z->direction); + z->direction = 0; + stbtt__hheap_free(&hh, z); + } else { + step = &((*step)->next); // advance through list + } + } + + // insert all edges that start before the bottom of this scanline + while (e->y0 <= scan_y_bottom) { + if (e->y0 != e->y1) { + stbtt__active_edge *z = stbtt__new_active(&hh, e, off_x, scan_y_top, userdata); + if (z != NULL) { + STBTT_assert(z->ey >= scan_y_top); + // insert at front + z->next = active; + active = z; + } + } + ++e; + } + + // now process all active edges + if (active) + stbtt__fill_active_edges_new(scanline, scanline2+1, result->w, active, scan_y_top); + + { + float sum = 0; + for (i=0; i < result->w; ++i) { + float k; + int m; + sum += scanline2[i]; + k = scanline[i] + sum; + k = (float) STBTT_fabs(k)*255 + 0.5f; + m = (int) k; + if (m > 255) m = 255; + result->pixels[j*result->stride + i] = (unsigned char) m; + } + } + // advance all the edges + step = &active; + while (*step) { + stbtt__active_edge *z = *step; + z->fx += z->fdx; // advance to position for current scanline + step = &((*step)->next); // advance through list + } + + ++y; + ++j; + } + + stbtt__hheap_cleanup(&hh, userdata); + + if (scanline != scanline_data) + STBTT_free(scanline, userdata); +} +#else +#error "Unrecognized value of STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION" +#endif + +#define STBTT__COMPARE(a,b) ((a)->y0 < (b)->y0) + +static void stbtt__sort_edges_ins_sort(stbtt__edge *p, int n) +{ + int i,j; + for (i=1; i < n; ++i) { + stbtt__edge t = p[i], *a = &t; + j = i; + while (j > 0) { + stbtt__edge *b = &p[j-1]; + int c = STBTT__COMPARE(a,b); + if (!c) break; + p[j] = p[j-1]; + --j; + } + if (i != j) + p[j] = t; + } +} + +static void stbtt__sort_edges_quicksort(stbtt__edge *p, int n) +{ + /* threshhold for transitioning to insertion sort */ + while (n > 12) { + stbtt__edge t; + int c01,c12,c,m,i,j; + + /* compute median of three */ + m = n >> 1; + c01 = STBTT__COMPARE(&p[0],&p[m]); + c12 = STBTT__COMPARE(&p[m],&p[n-1]); + /* if 0 >= mid >= end, or 0 < mid < end, then use mid */ + if (c01 != c12) { + /* otherwise, we'll need to swap something else to middle */ + int z; + c = STBTT__COMPARE(&p[0],&p[n-1]); + /* 0>mid && mid<n: 0>n => n; 0<n => 0 */ + /* 0<mid && mid>n: 0>n => 0; 0<n => n */ + z = (c == c12) ? 0 : n-1; + t = p[z]; + p[z] = p[m]; + p[m] = t; + } + /* now p[m] is the median-of-three */ + /* swap it to the beginning so it won't move around */ + t = p[0]; + p[0] = p[m]; + p[m] = t; + + /* partition loop */ + i=1; + j=n-1; + for(;;) { + /* handling of equality is crucial here */ + /* for sentinels & efficiency with duplicates */ + for (;;++i) { + if (!STBTT__COMPARE(&p[i], &p[0])) break; + } + for (;;--j) { + if (!STBTT__COMPARE(&p[0], &p[j])) break; + } + /* make sure we haven't crossed */ + if (i >= j) break; + t = p[i]; + p[i] = p[j]; + p[j] = t; + + ++i; + --j; + } + /* recurse on smaller side, iterate on larger */ + if (j < (n-i)) { + stbtt__sort_edges_quicksort(p,j); + p = p+i; + n = n-i; + } else { + stbtt__sort_edges_quicksort(p+i, n-i); + n = j; + } + } +} + +static void stbtt__sort_edges(stbtt__edge *p, int n) +{ + stbtt__sort_edges_quicksort(p, n); + stbtt__sort_edges_ins_sort(p, n); +} + +typedef struct +{ + float x,y; +} stbtt__point; + +static void stbtt__rasterize(stbtt__bitmap *result, stbtt__point *pts, int *wcount, int windings, float scale_x, float scale_y, float shift_x, float shift_y, int off_x, int off_y, int invert, void *userdata) +{ + float y_scale_inv = invert ? -scale_y : scale_y; + stbtt__edge *e; + int n,i,j,k,m; +#if STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 1 + int vsubsample = result->h < 8 ? 15 : 5; +#elif STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION == 2 + int vsubsample = 1; +#else + #error "Unrecognized value of STBTT_RASTERIZER_VERSION" +#endif + // vsubsample should divide 255 evenly; otherwise we won't reach full opacity + + // now we have to blow out the windings into explicit edge lists + n = 0; + for (i=0; i < windings; ++i) + n += wcount[i]; + + e = (stbtt__edge *) STBTT_malloc(sizeof(*e) * (n+1), userdata); // add an extra one as a sentinel + if (e == 0) return; + n = 0; + + m=0; + for (i=0; i < windings; ++i) { + stbtt__point *p = pts + m; + m += wcount[i]; + j = wcount[i]-1; + for (k=0; k < wcount[i]; j=k++) { + int a=k,b=j; + // skip the edge if horizontal + if (p[j].y == p[k].y) + continue; + // add edge from j to k to the list + e[n].invert = 0; + if (invert ? p[j].y > p[k].y : p[j].y < p[k].y) { + e[n].invert = 1; + a=j,b=k; + } + e[n].x0 = p[a].x * scale_x + shift_x; + e[n].y0 = (p[a].y * y_scale_inv + shift_y) * vsubsample; + e[n].x1 = p[b].x * scale_x + shift_x; + e[n].y1 = (p[b].y * y_scale_inv + shift_y) * vsubsample; + ++n; + } + } + + // now sort the edges by their highest point (should snap to integer, and then by x) + //STBTT_sort(e, n, sizeof(e[0]), stbtt__edge_compare); + stbtt__sort_edges(e, n); + + // now, traverse the scanlines and find the intersections on each scanline, use xor winding rule + stbtt__rasterize_sorted_edges(result, e, n, vsubsample, off_x, off_y, userdata);