Java Code Examples for java.awt.geom.AffineTransform#getTranslateX()

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Example 1
private static AffineTransform extractRotation(Point2D.Double pt,
    AffineTransform tx, boolean andTranslation) {

    tx.deltaTransform(pt, pt);
    AffineTransform rtx = AffineTransform.getRotateInstance(pt.x, pt.y);

    try {
        AffineTransform rtxi = rtx.createInverse();
        double dx = tx.getTranslateX();
        double dy = tx.getTranslateY();
        tx.preConcatenate(rtxi);
        if (andTranslation) {
            if (dx != 0 || dy != 0) {
                tx.setTransform(tx.getScaleX(), tx.getShearY(),
                                tx.getShearX(), tx.getScaleY(), 0, 0);
                rtx.setTransform(rtx.getScaleX(), rtx.getShearY(),
                                 rtx.getShearX(), rtx.getScaleY(), dx, dy);
            }
        }
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        return null;
    }
    return rtx;
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Sets this transform to a given AffineTransform.
 *
 * @throws IllegalArgumentException if Tx is null
 */
public void setTransform(AffineTransform Tx) {
    if (Tx == null) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException(JaiI18N.getString("Generic0"));
    }

    m00 = Tx.getScaleX();
    m01 = Tx.getShearX();
    m02 = Tx.getTranslateX();
    m10 = Tx.getShearY();
    m11 = Tx.getScaleY();
    m12 = Tx.getTranslateY();
    m20 = 0.0;
    m21 = 0.0;
    m22 = 1.0;
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: Bytecoder   File: Font2D.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public FontStrike getStrike(Font font, FontRenderContext frc) {

        AffineTransform at = frc.getTransform();
        double ptSize = font.getSize2D();
        at.scale(ptSize, ptSize);
        if (font.isTransformed()) {
            at.concatenate(font.getTransform());
            if (at.getTranslateX() != 0 || at.getTranslateY() != 0) {
                at.setTransform(at.getScaleX(),
                                at.getShearY(),
                                at.getShearX(),
                                at.getScaleY(),
                                0.0, 0.0);
            }
        }
        int aa = FontStrikeDesc.getAAHintIntVal(this, font, frc);
        int fm = FontStrikeDesc.getFMHintIntVal(frc.getFractionalMetricsHint());
        FontStrikeDesc desc = new FontStrikeDesc(frc.getTransform(),
                                                 at, font.getStyle(),
                                                 aa, fm);
        return getStrike(desc, false);
    }
 
Example 4
private static AffineTransform extractRotation(Point2D.Double pt,
    AffineTransform tx, boolean andTranslation) {

    tx.deltaTransform(pt, pt);
    AffineTransform rtx = AffineTransform.getRotateInstance(pt.x, pt.y);

    try {
        AffineTransform rtxi = rtx.createInverse();
        double dx = tx.getTranslateX();
        double dy = tx.getTranslateY();
        tx.preConcatenate(rtxi);
        if (andTranslation) {
            if (dx != 0 || dy != 0) {
                tx.setTransform(tx.getScaleX(), tx.getShearY(),
                                tx.getShearX(), tx.getScaleY(), 0, 0);
                rtx.setTransform(rtx.getScaleX(), rtx.getShearY(),
                                 rtx.getShearX(), rtx.getScaleY(), dx, dy);
            }
        }
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        return null;
    }
    return rtx;
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: pumpernickel   File: PerspectiveTransform.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Constructs a new PerspectiveTransform with the same effect as an existing
 * AffineTransform.
 * 
 * @throws IllegalArgumentException
 *             if transform is null
 */
public PerspectiveTransform(AffineTransform transform) {
	if (transform == null) {
		throw new IllegalArgumentException(JaiI18N.getString("Generic0"));
	}

	m00 = transform.getScaleX();
	m01 = transform.getShearX();
	m02 = transform.getTranslateX();
	m10 = transform.getShearY();
	m11 = transform.getScaleY();
	m12 = transform.getTranslateY();
	m20 = 0.0;
	m21 = 0.0;
	m22 = 1.0;
}
 
Example 6
public void fillRectangle(SunGraphics2D sg2d,
                          double rx, double ry,
                          double rw, double rh)
{
    double px, py;
    double dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2;
    AffineTransform txform = sg2d.transform;
    dx1 = txform.getScaleX();
    dy1 = txform.getShearY();
    dx2 = txform.getShearX();
    dy2 = txform.getScaleY();
    px = rx * dx1 + ry * dx2 + txform.getTranslateX();
    py = rx * dy1 + ry * dy2 + txform.getTranslateY();
    dx1 *= rw;
    dy1 *= rw;
    dx2 *= rh;
    dy2 *= rh;
    if (adjustfill &&
        sg2d.strokeState < SunGraphics2D.STROKE_CUSTOM &&
        sg2d.strokeHint != SunHints.INTVAL_STROKE_PURE)
    {
        double newx = normalize(px);
        double newy = normalize(py);
        dx1 = normalize(px + dx1) - newx;
        dy1 = normalize(py + dy1) - newy;
        dx2 = normalize(px + dx2) - newx;
        dy2 = normalize(py + dy2) - newy;
        px = newx;
        py = newy;
    }
    outrenderer.fillParallelogram(sg2d, rx, ry, rx+rw, ry+rh,
                                  px, py, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2);
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Returns true if the given AffineTransform is an integer
 * translation.
 */
private static boolean isIntegerTranslation(AffineTransform xform) {
    if (xform.isIdentity()) {
        return true;
    }
    if (xform.getType() == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
        double tx = xform.getTranslateX();
        double ty = xform.getTranslateY();
        return (tx == (int)tx && ty == (int)ty);
    }
    return false;
}
 
Example 8
public FontStrike getStrike(Font font, AffineTransform devTx,
                            int aa, int fm) {

    /* Create the descriptor which is used to identify a strike
     * in the strike cache/map. A strike is fully described by
     * the attributes of this descriptor.
     */
    /* REMIND: generating garbage and doing computation here in order
     * to include pt size in the tx just for a lookup! Figure out a
     * better way.
     */
    double ptSize = font.getSize2D();
    AffineTransform glyphTx = (AffineTransform)devTx.clone();
    glyphTx.scale(ptSize, ptSize);
    if (font.isTransformed()) {
        glyphTx.concatenate(font.getTransform());
    }
    if (glyphTx.getTranslateX() != 0 || glyphTx.getTranslateY() != 0) {
        glyphTx.setTransform(glyphTx.getScaleX(),
                             glyphTx.getShearY(),
                             glyphTx.getShearX(),
                             glyphTx.getScaleY(),
                             0.0, 0.0);
    }
    FontStrikeDesc desc = new FontStrikeDesc(devTx, glyphTx,
                                             font.getStyle(), aa, fm);
    return getStrike(desc, false);
}
 
Example 9
public static PathConsumer2D
    transformConsumer(PathConsumer2D out,
                      AffineTransform at)
{
    if (at == null) {
        return out;
    }
    float Mxx = (float) at.getScaleX();
    float Mxy = (float) at.getShearX();
    float Mxt = (float) at.getTranslateX();
    float Myx = (float) at.getShearY();
    float Myy = (float) at.getScaleY();
    float Myt = (float) at.getTranslateY();
    if (Mxy == 0f && Myx == 0f) {
        if (Mxx == 1f && Myy == 1f) {
            if (Mxt == 0f && Myt == 0f) {
                return out;
            } else {
                return new TranslateFilter(out, Mxt, Myt);
            }
        } else {
            if (Mxt == 0f && Myt == 0f) {
                return new DeltaScaleFilter(out, Mxx, Myy);
            } else {
                return new ScaleFilter(out, Mxx, Myy, Mxt, Myt);
            }
        }
    } else if (Mxt == 0f && Myt == 0f) {
        return new DeltaTransformFilter(out, Mxx, Mxy, Myx, Myy);
    } else {
        return new TransformFilter(out, Mxx, Mxy, Mxt, Myx, Myy, Myt);
    }
}
 
Example 10
public FontStrike getStrike(Font font, AffineTransform devTx,
                            int aa, int fm) {

    /* Create the descriptor which is used to identify a strike
     * in the strike cache/map. A strike is fully described by
     * the attributes of this descriptor.
     */
    /* REMIND: generating garbage and doing computation here in order
     * to include pt size in the tx just for a lookup! Figure out a
     * better way.
     */
    double ptSize = font.getSize2D();
    AffineTransform glyphTx = (AffineTransform)devTx.clone();
    glyphTx.scale(ptSize, ptSize);
    if (font.isTransformed()) {
        glyphTx.concatenate(font.getTransform());
    }
    if (glyphTx.getTranslateX() != 0 || glyphTx.getTranslateY() != 0) {
        glyphTx.setTransform(glyphTx.getScaleX(),
                             glyphTx.getShearY(),
                             glyphTx.getShearX(),
                             glyphTx.getScaleY(),
                             0.0, 0.0);
    }
    FontStrikeDesc desc = new FontStrikeDesc(devTx, glyphTx,
                                             font.getStyle(), aa, fm);
    return getStrike(desc, false);
}
 
Example 11
/**
 * Returns true if the given AffineTransform is an integer
 * translation.
 */
private static boolean isIntegerTranslation(AffineTransform xform) {
    if (xform.isIdentity()) {
        return true;
    }
    if (xform.getType() == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
        double tx = xform.getTranslateX();
        double ty = xform.getTranslateY();
        return (tx == (int)tx && ty == (int)ty);
    }
    return false;
}
 
Example 12
TexturePaintContext(ColorModel cm, AffineTransform xform,
                    int bWidth, int bHeight, int maxw) {
    this.colorModel = getInternedColorModel(cm);
    this.bWidth = bWidth;
    this.bHeight = bHeight;
    this.maxWidth = maxw;

    try {
        xform = xform.createInverse();
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        xform.setToScale(0, 0);
    }
    this.incXAcross = mod(xform.getScaleX(), bWidth);
    this.incYAcross = mod(xform.getShearY(), bHeight);
    this.incXDown = mod(xform.getShearX(), bWidth);
    this.incYDown = mod(xform.getScaleY(), bHeight);
    this.xOrg = xform.getTranslateX();
    this.yOrg = xform.getTranslateY();
    this.colincx = (int) incXAcross;
    this.colincy = (int) incYAcross;
    this.colincxerr = fractAsInt(incXAcross);
    this.colincyerr = fractAsInt(incYAcross);
    this.rowincx = (int) incXDown;
    this.rowincy = (int) incYDown;
    this.rowincxerr = fractAsInt(incXDown);
    this.rowincyerr = fractAsInt(incYDown);

}
 
Example 13
/**
 * We use OpenGL's texture coordinate generator to automatically
 * map the TexturePaint image to the geometry being rendered.  The
 * generator uses two separate plane equations that take the (x,y)
 * location (in device space) of the fragment being rendered to
 * calculate (u,v) texture coordinates for that fragment:
 *     u = Ax + By + Cz + Dw
 *     v = Ex + Fy + Gz + Hw
 *
 * Since we use a 2D orthographic projection, we can assume that z=0
 * and w=1 for any fragment.  So we need to calculate appropriate
 * values for the plane equation constants (A,B,D) and (E,F,H) such
 * that {u,v}=0 for the top-left of the TexturePaint's anchor
 * rectangle and {u,v}=1 for the bottom-right of the anchor rectangle.
 * We can easily make the texture image repeat for {u,v} values
 * outside the range [0,1] by specifying the GL_REPEAT texture wrap
 * mode.
 *
 * Calculating the plane equation constants is surprisingly simple.
 * We can think of it as an inverse matrix operation that takes
 * device space coordinates and transforms them into user space
 * coordinates that correspond to a location relative to the anchor
 * rectangle.  First, we translate and scale the current user space
 * transform by applying the anchor rectangle bounds.  We then take
 * the inverse of this affine transform.  The rows of the resulting
 * inverse matrix correlate nicely to the plane equation constants
 * we were seeking.
 */
private static void setTexturePaint(RenderQueue rq,
                                    SunGraphics2D sg2d,
                                    TexturePaint paint,
                                    boolean useMask)
{
    BufferedImage bi = paint.getImage();
    SurfaceData dstData = sg2d.surfaceData;
    SurfaceData srcData =
        dstData.getSourceSurfaceData(bi, SunGraphics2D.TRANSFORM_ISIDENT,
                                     CompositeType.SrcOver, null);
    boolean filter =
        (sg2d.interpolationType !=
         AffineTransformOp.TYPE_NEAREST_NEIGHBOR);

    // calculate plane equation constants
    AffineTransform at = (AffineTransform)sg2d.transform.clone();
    Rectangle2D anchor = paint.getAnchorRect();
    at.translate(anchor.getX(), anchor.getY());
    at.scale(anchor.getWidth(), anchor.getHeight());

    double xp0, xp1, xp3, yp0, yp1, yp3;
    try {
        at.invert();
        xp0 = at.getScaleX();
        xp1 = at.getShearX();
        xp3 = at.getTranslateX();
        yp0 = at.getShearY();
        yp1 = at.getScaleY();
        yp3 = at.getTranslateY();
    } catch (java.awt.geom.NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        xp0 = xp1 = xp3 = yp0 = yp1 = yp3 = 0.0;
    }

    // assert rq.lock.isHeldByCurrentThread();
    rq.ensureCapacityAndAlignment(68, 12);
    RenderBuffer buf = rq.getBuffer();
    buf.putInt(SET_TEXTURE_PAINT);
    buf.putInt(useMask ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putInt(filter ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putLong(srcData.getNativeOps());
    buf.putDouble(xp0).putDouble(xp1).putDouble(xp3);
    buf.putDouble(yp0).putDouble(yp1).putDouble(yp3);
}
 
Example 14
Source Project: Bytecoder   File: PSPathGraphics.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
protected void drawString(String str, float x, float y,
                          Font font, FontRenderContext frc, float w) {
    if (str.length() == 0) {
        return;
    }

    /* If the Font has layout attributes we need to delegate to TextLayout.
     * TextLayout renders text as GlyphVectors. We try to print those
     * using printer fonts - ie using Postscript text operators so
     * we may be reinvoked. In that case the "!printingGlyphVector" test
     * prevents us recursing and instead sends us into the body of the
     * method where we can safely ignore layout attributes as those
     * are already handled by TextLayout.
     */
    if (font.hasLayoutAttributes() && !printingGlyphVector) {
        TextLayout layout = new TextLayout(str, font, frc);
        layout.draw(this, x, y);
        return;
    }

    Font oldFont = getFont();
    if (!oldFont.equals(font)) {
        setFont(font);
    } else {
        oldFont = null;
    }

    boolean drawnWithPS = false;

    float translateX = 0f, translateY = 0f;
    boolean fontisTransformed = getFont().isTransformed();

    if (fontisTransformed) {
        AffineTransform fontTx = getFont().getTransform();
        int transformType = fontTx.getType();
        /* TYPE_TRANSLATION is a flag bit but we can do "==" here
         * because we want to detect when its just that bit set and
         *
         */
        if (transformType == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
            translateX = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateX());
            translateY = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateY());
            if (Math.abs(translateX) < 0.00001) translateX = 0f;
            if (Math.abs(translateY) < 0.00001) translateY = 0f;
            fontisTransformed = false;
        }
    }

    boolean directToPS = !fontisTransformed;

    if (!PSPrinterJob.shapeTextProp && directToPS) {

        PSPrinterJob psPrinterJob = (PSPrinterJob) getPrinterJob();
        if (psPrinterJob.setFont(getFont())) {

            /* Set the text color.
             * We should not be in this shape printing path
             * if the application is drawing with non-solid
             * colors. We should be in the raster path. Because
             * we are here in the shape path, the cast of the
             * paint to a Color should be fine.
             */
            try {
                psPrinterJob.setColor((Color)getPaint());
            } catch (ClassCastException e) {
                if (oldFont != null) {
                    setFont(oldFont);
                }
                throw new IllegalArgumentException(
                                            "Expected a Color instance");
            }

            psPrinterJob.setTransform(getTransform());
            psPrinterJob.setClip(getClip());

            drawnWithPS = psPrinterJob.textOut(this, str,
                                               x+translateX, y+translateY,
                                               font, frc, w);
        }
    }

    /* The text could not be converted directly to PS text
     * calls so decompose the text into a shape.
     */
    if (drawnWithPS == false) {
        if (oldFont != null) {
            setFont(oldFont);
            oldFont = null;
        }
        super.drawString(str, x, y, font, frc, w);
    }

    if (oldFont != null) {
        setFont(oldFont);
    }
}
 
Example 15
protected void drawString(String str, float x, float y,
                          Font font, FontRenderContext frc, float w) {
    if (str.length() == 0) {
        return;
    }

    /* If the Font has layout attributes we need to delegate to TextLayout.
     * TextLayout renders text as GlyphVectors. We try to print those
     * using printer fonts - ie using Postscript text operators so
     * we may be reinvoked. In that case the "!printingGlyphVector" test
     * prevents us recursing and instead sends us into the body of the
     * method where we can safely ignore layout attributes as those
     * are already handled by TextLayout.
     */
    if (font.hasLayoutAttributes() && !printingGlyphVector) {
        TextLayout layout = new TextLayout(str, font, frc);
        layout.draw(this, x, y);
        return;
    }

    Font oldFont = getFont();
    if (!oldFont.equals(font)) {
        setFont(font);
    } else {
        oldFont = null;
    }

    boolean drawnWithPS = false;

    float translateX = 0f, translateY = 0f;
    boolean fontisTransformed = getFont().isTransformed();

    if (fontisTransformed) {
        AffineTransform fontTx = getFont().getTransform();
        int transformType = fontTx.getType();
        /* TYPE_TRANSLATION is a flag bit but we can do "==" here
         * because we want to detect when its just that bit set and
         *
         */
        if (transformType == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
            translateX = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateX());
            translateY = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateY());
            if (Math.abs(translateX) < 0.00001) translateX = 0f;
            if (Math.abs(translateY) < 0.00001) translateY = 0f;
            fontisTransformed = false;
        }
    }

    boolean directToPS = !fontisTransformed;

    if (!PSPrinterJob.shapeTextProp && directToPS) {

        PSPrinterJob psPrinterJob = (PSPrinterJob) getPrinterJob();
        if (psPrinterJob.setFont(getFont())) {

            /* Set the text color.
             * We should not be in this shape printing path
             * if the application is drawing with non-solid
             * colors. We should be in the raster path. Because
             * we are here in the shape path, the cast of the
             * paint to a Color should be fine.
             */
            try {
                psPrinterJob.setColor((Color)getPaint());
            } catch (ClassCastException e) {
                if (oldFont != null) {
                    setFont(oldFont);
                }
                throw new IllegalArgumentException(
                                            "Expected a Color instance");
            }

            psPrinterJob.setTransform(getTransform());
            psPrinterJob.setClip(getClip());

            drawnWithPS = psPrinterJob.textOut(this, str,
                                               x+translateX, y+translateY,
                                               font, frc, w);
        }
    }

    /* The text could not be converted directly to PS text
     * calls so decompose the text into a shape.
     */
    if (drawnWithPS == false) {
        if (oldFont != null) {
            setFont(oldFont);
            oldFont = null;
        }
        super.drawString(str, x, y, font, frc, w);
    }

    if (oldFont != null) {
        setFont(oldFont);
    }
}
 
Example 16
public void drawRectangle(SunGraphics2D sg2d,
                          double rx, double ry,
                          double rw, double rh,
                          double lw)
{
    double px, py;
    double dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2;
    double lw1, lw2;
    AffineTransform txform = sg2d.transform;
    dx1 = txform.getScaleX();
    dy1 = txform.getShearY();
    dx2 = txform.getShearX();
    dy2 = txform.getScaleY();
    px = rx * dx1 + ry * dx2 + txform.getTranslateX();
    py = rx * dy1 + ry * dy2 + txform.getTranslateY();
    // lw along dx1,dy1 scale by transformed length of dx2,dy2 vectors
    // and vice versa
    lw1 = len(dx1, dy1) * lw;
    lw2 = len(dx2, dy2) * lw;
    dx1 *= rw;
    dy1 *= rw;
    dx2 *= rh;
    dy2 *= rh;
    if (sg2d.strokeState < SunGraphics2D.STROKE_CUSTOM &&
        sg2d.strokeHint != SunHints.INTVAL_STROKE_PURE)
    {
        double newx = normalize(px);
        double newy = normalize(py);
        dx1 = normalize(px + dx1) - newx;
        dy1 = normalize(py + dy1) - newy;
        dx2 = normalize(px + dx2) - newx;
        dy2 = normalize(py + dy2) - newy;
        px = newx;
        py = newy;
    }
    lw1 = Math.max(lw1, minPenSize);
    lw2 = Math.max(lw2, minPenSize);
    double len1 = len(dx1, dy1);
    double len2 = len(dx2, dy2);
    if (lw1 >= len1 || lw2 >= len2) {
        // The line widths are large enough to consume the
        // entire hole in the middle of the parallelogram
        // so we can just fill the outer parallelogram.
        fillOuterParallelogram(sg2d,
                               rx, ry, rx+rw, ry+rh,
                               px, py, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2,
                               len1, len2, lw1, lw2);
    } else {
        outrenderer.drawParallelogram(sg2d,
                                      rx, ry, rx+rw, ry+rh,
                                      px, py, dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2,
                                      lw1 / len1, lw2 / len2);
    }
}
 
Example 17
protected void drawString(String str, float x, float y,
                          Font font, FontRenderContext frc, float w) {
    if (str.length() == 0) {
        return;
    }

    /* If the Font has layout attributes we need to delegate to TextLayout.
     * TextLayout renders text as GlyphVectors. We try to print those
     * using printer fonts - ie using Postscript text operators so
     * we may be reinvoked. In that case the "!printingGlyphVector" test
     * prevents us recursing and instead sends us into the body of the
     * method where we can safely ignore layout attributes as those
     * are already handled by TextLayout.
     */
    if (font.hasLayoutAttributes() && !printingGlyphVector) {
        TextLayout layout = new TextLayout(str, font, frc);
        layout.draw(this, x, y);
        return;
    }

    Font oldFont = getFont();
    if (!oldFont.equals(font)) {
        setFont(font);
    } else {
        oldFont = null;
    }

    boolean drawnWithPS = false;

    float translateX = 0f, translateY = 0f;
    boolean fontisTransformed = getFont().isTransformed();

    if (fontisTransformed) {
        AffineTransform fontTx = getFont().getTransform();
        int transformType = fontTx.getType();
        /* TYPE_TRANSLATION is a flag bit but we can do "==" here
         * because we want to detect when its just that bit set and
         *
         */
        if (transformType == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
            translateX = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateX());
            translateY = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateY());
            if (Math.abs(translateX) < 0.00001) translateX = 0f;
            if (Math.abs(translateY) < 0.00001) translateY = 0f;
            fontisTransformed = false;
        }
    }

    boolean directToPS = !fontisTransformed;

    if (!PSPrinterJob.shapeTextProp && directToPS) {

        PSPrinterJob psPrinterJob = (PSPrinterJob) getPrinterJob();
        if (psPrinterJob.setFont(getFont())) {

            /* Set the text color.
             * We should not be in this shape printing path
             * if the application is drawing with non-solid
             * colors. We should be in the raster path. Because
             * we are here in the shape path, the cast of the
             * paint to a Color should be fine.
             */
            try {
                psPrinterJob.setColor((Color)getPaint());
            } catch (ClassCastException e) {
                if (oldFont != null) {
                    setFont(oldFont);
                }
                throw new IllegalArgumentException(
                                            "Expected a Color instance");
            }

            psPrinterJob.setTransform(getTransform());
            psPrinterJob.setClip(getClip());

            drawnWithPS = psPrinterJob.textOut(this, str,
                                               x+translateX, y+translateY,
                                               font, frc, w);
        }
    }

    /* The text could not be converted directly to PS text
     * calls so decompose the text into a shape.
     */
    if (drawnWithPS == false) {
        if (oldFont != null) {
            setFont(oldFont);
            oldFont = null;
        }
        super.drawString(str, x, y, font, frc, w);
    }

    if (oldFont != null) {
        setFont(oldFont);
    }
}
 
Example 18
protected void drawString(String str, float x, float y,
                          Font font, FontRenderContext frc, float w) {
    if (str.length() == 0) {
        return;
    }

    /* If the Font has layout attributes we need to delegate to TextLayout.
     * TextLayout renders text as GlyphVectors. We try to print those
     * using printer fonts - ie using Postscript text operators so
     * we may be reinvoked. In that case the "!printingGlyphVector" test
     * prevents us recursing and instead sends us into the body of the
     * method where we can safely ignore layout attributes as those
     * are already handled by TextLayout.
     */
    if (font.hasLayoutAttributes() && !printingGlyphVector) {
        TextLayout layout = new TextLayout(str, font, frc);
        layout.draw(this, x, y);
        return;
    }

    Font oldFont = getFont();
    if (!oldFont.equals(font)) {
        setFont(font);
    } else {
        oldFont = null;
    }

    boolean drawnWithPS = false;

    float translateX = 0f, translateY = 0f;
    boolean fontisTransformed = getFont().isTransformed();

    if (fontisTransformed) {
        AffineTransform fontTx = getFont().getTransform();
        int transformType = fontTx.getType();
        /* TYPE_TRANSLATION is a flag bit but we can do "==" here
         * because we want to detect when its just that bit set and
         *
         */
        if (transformType == AffineTransform.TYPE_TRANSLATION) {
            translateX = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateX());
            translateY = (float)(fontTx.getTranslateY());
            if (Math.abs(translateX) < 0.00001) translateX = 0f;
            if (Math.abs(translateY) < 0.00001) translateY = 0f;
            fontisTransformed = false;
        }
    }

    boolean directToPS = !fontisTransformed;

    if (!PSPrinterJob.shapeTextProp && directToPS) {

        PSPrinterJob psPrinterJob = (PSPrinterJob) getPrinterJob();
        if (psPrinterJob.setFont(getFont())) {

            /* Set the text color.
             * We should not be in this shape printing path
             * if the application is drawing with non-solid
             * colors. We should be in the raster path. Because
             * we are here in the shape path, the cast of the
             * paint to a Color should be fine.
             */
            try {
                psPrinterJob.setColor((Color)getPaint());
            } catch (ClassCastException e) {
                if (oldFont != null) {
                    setFont(oldFont);
                }
                throw new IllegalArgumentException(
                                            "Expected a Color instance");
            }

            psPrinterJob.setTransform(getTransform());
            psPrinterJob.setClip(getClip());

            drawnWithPS = psPrinterJob.textOut(this, str,
                                               x+translateX, y+translateY,
                                               font, frc, w);
        }
    }

    /* The text could not be converted directly to PS text
     * calls so decompose the text into a shape.
     */
    if (drawnWithPS == false) {
        if (oldFont != null) {
            setFont(oldFont);
            oldFont = null;
        }
        super.drawString(str, x, y, font, frc, w);
    }

    if (oldFont != null) {
        setFont(oldFont);
    }
}
 
Example 19
/**
 * Note: This code is factored out into a separate static method
 * so that it can be shared by both the Gradient and LinearGradient
 * implementations.  LinearGradient uses this code (for the
 * two-color sRGB case only) because it can be much faster than the
 * equivalent implementation that uses fragment shaders.
 *
 * We use OpenGL's texture coordinate generator to automatically
 * apply a smooth gradient (either cyclic or acyclic) to the geometry
 * being rendered.  This technique is almost identical to the one
 * described in the comments for BufferedPaints.setTexturePaint(),
 * except the calculations take place in one dimension instead of two.
 * Instead of an anchor rectangle in the TexturePaint case, we use
 * the vector between the two GradientPaint end points in our
 * calculations.  The generator uses a single plane equation that
 * takes the (x,y) location (in device space) of the fragment being
 * rendered to calculate a (u) texture coordinate for that fragment:
 *     u = Ax + By + Cz + Dw
 *
 * The gradient renderer uses a two-pixel 1D texture where the first
 * pixel contains the first GradientPaint color, and the second pixel
 * contains the second GradientPaint color.  (Note that we use the
 * GL_CLAMP_TO_EDGE wrapping mode for acyclic gradients so that we
 * clamp the colors properly at the extremes.)  The following diagram
 * attempts to show the layout of the texture containing the two
 * GradientPaint colors (C1 and C2):
 *
 *                        +-----------------+
 *                        |   C1   |   C2   |
 *                        |        |        |
 *                        +-----------------+
 *                      u=0  .25  .5   .75  1
 *
 * We calculate our plane equation constants (A,B,D) such that u=0.25
 * corresponds to the first GradientPaint end point in user space and
 * u=0.75 corresponds to the second end point.  This is somewhat
 * non-obvious, but since the gradient colors are generated by
 * interpolating between C1 and C2, we want the pure color at the
 * end points, and we will get the pure color only when u correlates
 * to the center of a texel.  The following chart shows the expected
 * color for some sample values of u (where C' is the color halfway
 * between C1 and C2):
 *
 *       u value      acyclic (GL_CLAMP)      cyclic (GL_REPEAT)
 *       -------      ------------------      ------------------
 *        -0.25              C1                       C2
 *         0.0               C1                       C'
 *         0.25              C1                       C1
 *         0.5               C'                       C'
 *         0.75              C2                       C2
 *         1.0               C2                       C'
 *         1.25              C2                       C1
 *
 * Original inspiration for this technique came from UMD's Agile2D
 * project (GradientManager.java).
 */
private static void setGradientPaint(RenderQueue rq, AffineTransform at,
                                     Color c1, Color c2,
                                     Point2D pt1, Point2D pt2,
                                     boolean isCyclic, boolean useMask)
{
    // convert gradient colors to IntArgbPre format
    PixelConverter pc = PixelConverter.ArgbPre.instance;
    int pixel1 = pc.rgbToPixel(c1.getRGB(), null);
    int pixel2 = pc.rgbToPixel(c2.getRGB(), null);

    // calculate plane equation constants
    double x = pt1.getX();
    double y = pt1.getY();
    at.translate(x, y);
    // now gradient point 1 is at the origin
    x = pt2.getX() - x;
    y = pt2.getY() - y;
    double len = Math.sqrt(x * x + y * y);
    at.rotate(x, y);
    // now gradient point 2 is on the positive x-axis
    at.scale(2*len, 1);
    // now gradient point 2 is at (0.5, 0)
    at.translate(-0.25, 0);
    // now gradient point 1 is at (0.25, 0), point 2 is at (0.75, 0)

    double p0, p1, p3;
    try {
        at.invert();
        p0 = at.getScaleX();
        p1 = at.getShearX();
        p3 = at.getTranslateX();
    } catch (java.awt.geom.NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        p0 = p1 = p3 = 0.0;
    }

    // assert rq.lock.isHeldByCurrentThread();
    rq.ensureCapacityAndAlignment(44, 12);
    RenderBuffer buf = rq.getBuffer();
    buf.putInt(SET_GRADIENT_PAINT);
    buf.putInt(useMask ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putInt(isCyclic ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putDouble(p0).putDouble(p1).putDouble(p3);
    buf.putInt(pixel1).putInt(pixel2);
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * Note: This code is factored out into a separate static method
 * so that it can be shared by both the Gradient and LinearGradient
 * implementations.  LinearGradient uses this code (for the
 * two-color sRGB case only) because it can be much faster than the
 * equivalent implementation that uses fragment shaders.
 *
 * We use OpenGL's texture coordinate generator to automatically
 * apply a smooth gradient (either cyclic or acyclic) to the geometry
 * being rendered.  This technique is almost identical to the one
 * described in the comments for BufferedPaints.setTexturePaint(),
 * except the calculations take place in one dimension instead of two.
 * Instead of an anchor rectangle in the TexturePaint case, we use
 * the vector between the two GradientPaint end points in our
 * calculations.  The generator uses a single plane equation that
 * takes the (x,y) location (in device space) of the fragment being
 * rendered to calculate a (u) texture coordinate for that fragment:
 *     u = Ax + By + Cz + Dw
 *
 * The gradient renderer uses a two-pixel 1D texture where the first
 * pixel contains the first GradientPaint color, and the second pixel
 * contains the second GradientPaint color.  (Note that we use the
 * GL_CLAMP_TO_EDGE wrapping mode for acyclic gradients so that we
 * clamp the colors properly at the extremes.)  The following diagram
 * attempts to show the layout of the texture containing the two
 * GradientPaint colors (C1 and C2):
 *
 *                        +-----------------+
 *                        |   C1   |   C2   |
 *                        |        |        |
 *                        +-----------------+
 *                      u=0  .25  .5   .75  1
 *
 * We calculate our plane equation constants (A,B,D) such that u=0.25
 * corresponds to the first GradientPaint end point in user space and
 * u=0.75 corresponds to the second end point.  This is somewhat
 * non-obvious, but since the gradient colors are generated by
 * interpolating between C1 and C2, we want the pure color at the
 * end points, and we will get the pure color only when u correlates
 * to the center of a texel.  The following chart shows the expected
 * color for some sample values of u (where C' is the color halfway
 * between C1 and C2):
 *
 *       u value      acyclic (GL_CLAMP)      cyclic (GL_REPEAT)
 *       -------      ------------------      ------------------
 *        -0.25              C1                       C2
 *         0.0               C1                       C'
 *         0.25              C1                       C1
 *         0.5               C'                       C'
 *         0.75              C2                       C2
 *         1.0               C2                       C'
 *         1.25              C2                       C1
 *
 * Original inspiration for this technique came from UMD's Agile2D
 * project (GradientManager.java).
 */
private static void setGradientPaint(RenderQueue rq, AffineTransform at,
                                     Color c1, Color c2,
                                     Point2D pt1, Point2D pt2,
                                     boolean isCyclic, boolean useMask)
{
    // convert gradient colors to IntArgbPre format
    PixelConverter pc = PixelConverter.ArgbPre.instance;
    int pixel1 = pc.rgbToPixel(c1.getRGB(), null);
    int pixel2 = pc.rgbToPixel(c2.getRGB(), null);

    // calculate plane equation constants
    double x = pt1.getX();
    double y = pt1.getY();
    at.translate(x, y);
    // now gradient point 1 is at the origin
    x = pt2.getX() - x;
    y = pt2.getY() - y;
    double len = Math.sqrt(x * x + y * y);
    at.rotate(x, y);
    // now gradient point 2 is on the positive x-axis
    at.scale(2*len, 1);
    // now gradient point 2 is at (0.5, 0)
    at.translate(-0.25, 0);
    // now gradient point 1 is at (0.25, 0), point 2 is at (0.75, 0)

    double p0, p1, p3;
    try {
        at.invert();
        p0 = at.getScaleX();
        p1 = at.getShearX();
        p3 = at.getTranslateX();
    } catch (java.awt.geom.NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        p0 = p1 = p3 = 0.0;
    }

    // assert rq.lock.isHeldByCurrentThread();
    rq.ensureCapacityAndAlignment(44, 12);
    RenderBuffer buf = rq.getBuffer();
    buf.putInt(SET_GRADIENT_PAINT);
    buf.putInt(useMask ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putInt(isCyclic ? 1 : 0);
    buf.putDouble(p0).putDouble(p1).putDouble(p3);
    buf.putInt(pixel1).putInt(pixel2);
}