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/* Generic image scaling stream definitions */
/* Requires strimpl.h */
#ifndef sisparam_INCLUDED
# define sisparam_INCLUDED
#include "gxfixed.h" /* for fixed */
#include "gxdda.h" /* for gx_dda_fixed_point */
#include "scommon.h"
/*
* Image scaling streams all use a common set of parameters to define the
* input and output data. That is what we define here.
*/
/* Input values */
/*typedef byte PixelIn; */ /* per BitsPerComponentIn */
/*#define MaxValueIn 255 */ /* per MaxValueIn */
/* Output values */
/*typedef byte PixelOut; */ /* per BitsPerComponentOut */
/*#define MaxValueOut 255 */ /* per MaxValueOut */
/*
* The 'support' S of a digital filter is the value such that the filter is
* guaranteed to be zero for all arguments outside the range [-S..S]. We
* limit the support so that we can put an upper bound on the time required
* to compute an output value and on the amount of storage required for
* X-filtered input data; this also allows us to use pre-scaled fixed-point
* values for the weights if we wish.
*
* 8x8 pixels should be enough for any reasonable application....
*/
#define LOG2_MAX_ISCALE_SUPPORT 3
#define MAX_ISCALE_SUPPORT (1 << LOG2_MAX_ISCALE_SUPPORT)
/* Define image scaling stream parameters. */
/* We juggle 3 concepts here. Firstly, we are conceptually dealing with an
* Entire image (say 256x256) - this size is EntireWidthIn by EntireHeightIn,
* and would scale to be EntireWidthOut by EntireHeightOut.
* Of this, because of the clist, we may only get data for a section of this
* (say 32x32) - this size is WidthIn by HeightIn, and would scale
* to be WidthOut by HeightOut.
* Finally, we may actually only be rendering a smaller 'patch' of this
* due to restriction by a clip path etc (say 16x16) - this size is
* PatchWidthIn by PatchHeightIn, and would scale to be PatchWidthOut by
* PatchHeightOut. We don't really need PatchHeightOut.
*
* There is one additional complication: Due to the 'support' requirements
* of the scalers, we need to decode a slightly larger area than we
* might think. Accordingly, we are fed 2 different rectangles. drect
* tell us the area that must be decoded - we use this to calculate
* the 'In' values. rrect tells us the area that must be rendered - we
* use this to calculate the 'Out' values.
*
* Scale from:
*
* <-------------------EntireWidthIn--------------------->
* +-----------------------------------------------------+ ^
* | Conceptual Source Image ^ | |
* | | | |
* | src_y_offset | |
* | | | |
* |<-SX-><--------------WidthIn--------------> v | |
* | +-penum->rect-----------------------+ ^ | |
* | | ^ | | | EntireHeightIn
* | | | | | | |
* | | TopMarginIn | | | |
* | | | | | | |
* | | v | | | |
* | | +-penum->drect--+ | | | |
* | | | ^ | | HeightIn | |
* | | | | | | | | |
* | |<-LeftMarginIn->| PatchHeightIn | | | | |
* | | | | | | | | |
* | | | v | | | | |
* | | +---------------+ | | | |
* | | <-PatchWidthIn--> | | | |
* | +-----------------------------------+ v | |
* | | |
* +-----------------------------------------------------+ v
*
* To:
*
* <--------------------EntireWidthOut---------------------->
* +--------------------------------------------------------+ ^
* | Conceptual Destination Image ^ | |
* | | | |
* | DY | |
* | | | |
* |<-DX-><---------------WidthOut--------------> v | |
* | +-------------------------------------+ ^ | |
* | | ^ | | | EntireHeightOut
* | | | | | | |
* | | TopMarginOut | | | |
* | | | | | | |
* | | v | | | |
* | | +-penum->rrect*--+ | | | |
* | | | ^ | | HeightOut | |
* | | | | | | | | |
* | |<-LeftMarginOut->| PatchHeightOut | | | | |
* | | | | | | | | |
* | | | v | | | | |
* | | +----------------+ | | | |
* | | <-PatchWidthOut--> | | | |
* | +-------------------------------------+ v | |
* | | |
* +--------------------------------------------------------+ v
*
* * Note that this rectangle is derived from penum->rrect,
* with appropriate scale factors!
*
* Certain values in this diagram are not currently used within
* gs. DX and SX are always 0, due to banding cutting only on
* Y. If there are cases where the clist code is truncating
* the width of images, then we will be getting incorrect (read
* "marginally sub optimal") results. DY is not supplied, which
* I suspect leads to each band being potentially off by a subpixel
* amount in the Y direction.
*/
typedef struct stream_image_scale_params_s {
int spp_decode; /* >= 1 */
int spp_interp; /* If we do CM first, may not equal spp_decode */
/* 0 < MaxValueIn < 1 << BitsPerComponentIn */
int BitsPerComponentIn; /* bits per input value, 8 or 16 */
uint MaxValueIn; /* max value of input component, */
int BitsPerComponentOut; /* bits per output value, 8 or 16 */
uint MaxValueOut; /* max value of output component, */
/* 0 < MaxValueOut < 1 << BitsPerComponentOut*/
bool ColorPolarityAdditive; /* needed by SpecialDownScale filter */
bool early_cm; /* If this is set, then we will perform
color managment before interpolating */
int src_y_offset; /* Offset of the subimage (data) in the source image. */
int abs_interp_limit; /* limitation of how far to interpolate */
int EntireWidthIn; /* Height of entire input image. */
int EntireHeightIn; /* Height of entire input image. */
int EntireWidthOut; /* Height of entire output image. */
int EntireHeightOut; /* Height of entire output image. */
int WidthIn, HeightIn; /* The sizes for which we get data > 0 */
int WidthOut, HeightOut; /* > 0 */
int PatchWidthIn, PatchHeightIn; /* The sizes we need to render > 0 (source) */
int PatchWidthOut, PatchHeightOut; /* The sizes we need to render > 0 (destination) */
int LeftMarginIn;
int LeftMarginOut;
int TopMarginIn;
int TopMarginOut;
int Active;
gx_dda_fixed_point scale_dda; /* used to scale limited interpolation up to actual size */
} stream_image_scale_params_t;
/* Define a generic image scaling stream state. */
#define stream_image_scale_state_common\
stream_state_common;\
stream_image_scale_params_t params
typedef struct stream_image_scale_state_s {
stream_image_scale_state_common;
} stream_image_scale_state;
#endif /* sisparam_INCLUDED */