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File: XftFont.h
Author: Orignal by Keith Stribley heavily modified by Tim Eves
Responsibility: Keith Stribley, Tim Eves
Last reviewed: Not yet.

    A Font is an object that represents a font-family + bold + italic setting, that contains
      Graphite tables.
#include <string>
#include <graphite/GrClient.h>
#include <graphite/Font.h>

#include <map>
#include <ft2build.h>
//:End Ignore

namespace gr

      Stock implementation of an Xft font class. 
* An implementation of the Graphite gr::Font class using Freetype to retrieve font 
* information.
00039 class FreetypeFont : public Font
  * Alternative user constructor. Constructs the font from the supplied FT_Face.
  * @param ftFace the FT_Face handle to initialise from (must not be null)
  FreetypeFont(FT_Face ftFace, int dpiX=72, int dpiY=72, 
      FT_Int32 load_flags=FT_LOAD_DEFAULT);
  * Destructor - cleans up the tables that it has allocated if all other copies
  * of this font have been deleted.
  virtual ~FreetypeFont();
  * Returns a copy of the recipient. Specifically needed to store the Font 
  * in a segment. 
  * @internal
  virtual Font * copyThis();
  * Copy constructor - note the tables are shared between the copy and the
  * original font for efficiency reasons. 
  * The last copy to be deleted will delete the tables.
  * @param font the FreetypeFont object to copy from.
  * @internal
  FreetypeFont(const FreetypeFont & font);

  //virtual FontErrorCode isValidForGraphite(int * pnVersion = NULL, int * pnSubVersion = NULL);
  * Returns a pointer to the start of a table in the font. The ftblid32 type 
  * is a 32-bit unsigned integer.
  * If the Font class cannot easily determine the length of the table, it may 
  * set 0 as the length (while returning a non-NULL pointer to the table). This
  * means that certain kinds of error checking cannot be done by the Graphite
  * engine.
  * Throws an exception if there is some other error in reading the table, or if
  * the table asked for is not one of the expected ones (cmap, head, name, Sile,
  * Silf, Feat, Gloc, Glat). [If we want to be able to read “non-standard” 
  * tables, then the caller needs to be responsible for freeing the memory.]
  virtual const void * getTable(fontTableId32 tableID, size_t * pcbSize);
  * Returns the basic metrics of the font. It corresponds to the current
  * GrGraphics::get_FontAscent, get_FontDescent and GetFontEmSquare methods.
  * @param pAscent pointer to hold font ascent
  * @param pDescent pointer to hold font descent 
  * @param pEmSquare pointer to hold font EM square
  virtual void getFontMetrics(float * pAscent = NULL, float * pDescent = NULL,
          float * pEmSquare = NULL);
  /**  Converts the point number of a glyph’s on-curve point to a pair of x/y
  * coordinates in pixels. The default implementation will read the curve
  * information directly from the font and perform a simple transformation to
  * pixels. Some subclasses (e.g., WinFont) will use a system-level API call to
  * return hinted metrics.
  * Note that the coordinates returned are floating point values, using a 
  * special floating-point point class.
  * @param gid glyph id
  * @param pointNum within glyph
  * @param xyReturn reference to a Point object to hold the x,y result
  virtual void getGlyphPoint(gid16 gid, unsigned int pointNum, gr::Point & xyReturn);
  * Returns the metrics of a glyph in the font as given by FreeType. 
  * Note that the coordinates returned are floating point values, using special 
  * floating-point rectangle and point classes.
  * @param glyphID
  * @param boundingBox reference to gr::Rect to hold bounding box of glyph
  * @param advances refererence to gr::Point to hold the horizontal / vertical
  *                 advances
  virtual void getGlyphMetrics(gid16 glyphID, gr::Rect & boundingBox, gr::Point & advances);
  * Returns true if the given arguments specify a font that contains Graphite
  * tables—specfically an “Silf” table.
  * @param face FT_Face handle
  * @return true if this font has the silf table
  static bool FontHasGraphiteTables(FT_Face face);

  // Temporary, until interface gets thoroughly reworked:
  //GrEngine * GraphiteEngine();
  * Returns the font ascent in pixels. Using floating point allows us to 
  * avoid rounding errors. 
  * Value is the same as that returned by getFontMetrics()
  * @return the font ascent
  virtual float ascent();

  * Returns the font descent in pixels with a positive sign.
  * Value is the same as that returned by getFontMetrics()
  * @return the font descent in pixels.
  virtual float descent();

  * Returns the total height of the font. 
  * Equivalent to ascent() + descent().
  * @return font height
  virtual float height();

  * @return true if the font is a bold styled one. 
  virtual bool bold();

  * @return true if the font is a bold styled one. 
  virtual bool setBold(bool fbold);
  * @return true if the font is italic
  virtual bool italic();

  * @return true if the font is a bold styled one. 
  virtual bool setItalic(bool fitalic);

  /** @return the DPI for the x-axis.
  virtual unsigned int getDPIx();

  /** @return Returns the DPI for the y-axis.
  virtual unsigned int getDPIy();
  virtual void UniqueCacheInfo(std::wstring &, bool &, bool &);
  // Specific to FreetypeFont:
  /** @return the current Freetype GLyph load flag settings
  FT_Int32 glyphLoadFlags() const throw();
  /** @return ste the Freetype GLyph load flag settings
  void setGlyphLoadFlags(FT_Int32 load_flags) throw();
  /** @return set the DPI for the x-axis.
  void setDPIx(unsigned int dpi);

  /** @return set the DPI for the y-axis.
  void setDPIy(unsigned int dpi);

  /** @return get the freetype face.
  FT_Face getFace();
  /** @return set the freetype face.
  FT_Face setFace(FT_Face);

  typedef std::map<gid16, std::pair<gr::Rect, gr::Point> >  GlyphMetricMap;
  typedef std::map<fontTableId32, std::pair<FT_Byte *, size_t> >  TableMap;

  /** Default constructor is not used */
  // Member variables:
  FT_Face   m_ftFace;
  FT_Int32  m_ft_load_flags;

  unsigned long   m_clrFore, m_clrBack;
  bool            m_fBold, m_fItalic;
  float           m_pixHeight, m_ascent, m_descent, m_emSquare;
  unsigned int    m_dpiX, m_dpiY;
  std::wstring    m_faceName;
  GlyphMetricMap m_glyphMetrics;
  TableMap        m_tables;

/** @return set the DPI for the x-axis.
00232 inline void FreetypeFont::setDPIx(unsigned int dpi)   { m_dpiX = dpi; }

/** @return set the DPI for the y-axis.
00236 inline void FreetypeFont::setDPIy(unsigned int dpi)   { m_dpiY = dpi; }

00238 inline FT_Int32 FreetypeFont::glyphLoadFlags() const throw() { 
      return m_ft_load_flags;
00242 inline void FreetypeFont::setGlyphLoadFlags(FT_Int32 load_flags) throw () {
      m_ft_load_flags = load_flags;

} // namespace gr


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