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/****************************************************************************
*
* ftcolor.h
*
* FreeType's glyph color management (specification).
*
* Copyright (C) 2018-2021 by
* David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.
*
* This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used,
* modified, and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project
* license, LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute
* this file you indicate that you have read the license and
* understand and accept it fully.
*
*/
#ifndef FTCOLOR_H_
#define FTCOLOR_H_
#include <freetype/freetype.h>
#ifdef FREETYPE_H
#error "freetype.h of FreeType 1 has been loaded!"
#error "Please fix the directory search order for header files"
#error "so that freetype.h of FreeType 2 is found first."
#endif
FT_BEGIN_HEADER
/**************************************************************************
*
* @section:
* color_management
*
* @title:
* Glyph Color Management
*
* @abstract:
* Retrieving and manipulating OpenType's 'CPAL' table data.
*
* @description:
* The functions described here allow access and manipulation of color
* palette entries in OpenType's 'CPAL' tables.
*/
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_Color
*
* @description:
* This structure models a BGRA color value of a 'CPAL' palette entry.
*
* The used color space is sRGB; the colors are not pre-multiplied, and
* alpha values must be explicitly set.
*
* @fields:
* blue ::
* Blue value.
*
* green ::
* Green value.
*
* red ::
* Red value.
*
* alpha ::
* Alpha value, giving the red, green, and blue color's opacity.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
typedef struct FT_Color_
{
FT_Byte blue;
FT_Byte green;
FT_Byte red;
FT_Byte alpha;
} FT_Color;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @enum:
* FT_PALETTE_XXX
*
* @description:
* A list of bit field constants used in the `palette_flags` array of the
* @FT_Palette_Data structure to indicate for which background a palette
* with a given index is usable.
*
* @values:
* FT_PALETTE_FOR_LIGHT_BACKGROUND ::
* The palette is appropriate to use when displaying the font on a
* light background such as white.
*
* FT_PALETTE_FOR_DARK_BACKGROUND ::
* The palette is appropriate to use when displaying the font on a dark
* background such as black.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
#define FT_PALETTE_FOR_LIGHT_BACKGROUND 0x01
#define FT_PALETTE_FOR_DARK_BACKGROUND 0x02
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_Palette_Data
*
* @description:
* This structure holds the data of the 'CPAL' table.
*
* @fields:
* num_palettes ::
* The number of palettes.
*
* palette_name_ids ::
* An optional read-only array of palette name IDs with `num_palettes`
* elements, corresponding to entries like 'dark' or 'light' in the
* font's 'name' table.
*
* An empty name ID in the 'CPAL' table gets represented as value
* 0xFFFF.
*
* `NULL` if the font's 'CPAL' table doesn't contain appropriate data.
*
* palette_flags ::
* An optional read-only array of palette flags with `num_palettes`
* elements. Possible values are an ORed combination of
* @FT_PALETTE_FOR_LIGHT_BACKGROUND and
* @FT_PALETTE_FOR_DARK_BACKGROUND.
*
* `NULL` if the font's 'CPAL' table doesn't contain appropriate data.
*
* num_palette_entries ::
* The number of entries in a single palette. All palettes have the
* same size.
*
* palette_entry_name_ids ::
* An optional read-only array of palette entry name IDs with
* `num_palette_entries`. In each palette, entries with the same index
* have the same function. For example, index~0 might correspond to
* string 'outline' in the font's 'name' table to indicate that this
* palette entry is used for outlines, index~1 might correspond to
* 'fill' to indicate the filling color palette entry, etc.
*
* An empty entry name ID in the 'CPAL' table gets represented as value
* 0xFFFF.
*
* `NULL` if the font's 'CPAL' table doesn't contain appropriate data.
*
* @note:
* Use function @FT_Get_Sfnt_Name to map name IDs and entry name IDs to
* name strings.
*
* Use function @FT_Palette_Select to get the colors associated with a
* palette entry.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
typedef struct FT_Palette_Data_ {
FT_UShort num_palettes;
const FT_UShort* palette_name_ids;
const FT_UShort* palette_flags;
FT_UShort num_palette_entries;
const FT_UShort* palette_entry_name_ids;
} FT_Palette_Data;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Palette_Data_Get
*
* @description:
* Retrieve the face's color palette data.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* The source face handle.
*
* @output:
* apalette ::
* A pointer to an @FT_Palette_Data structure.
*
* @return:
* FreeType error code. 0~means success.
*
* @note:
* All arrays in the returned @FT_Palette_Data structure are read-only.
*
* This function always returns an error if the config macro
* `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COLOR_LAYERS` is not defined in `ftoption.h`.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Error )
FT_Palette_Data_Get( FT_Face face,
FT_Palette_Data *apalette );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Palette_Select
*
* @description:
* This function has two purposes.
*
* (1) It activates a palette for rendering color glyphs, and
*
* (2) it retrieves all (unmodified) color entries of this palette. This
* function returns a read-write array, which means that a calling
* application can modify the palette entries on demand.
*
* A corollary of (2) is that calling the function, then modifying some
* values, then calling the function again with the same arguments resets
* all color entries to the original 'CPAL' values; all user modifications
* are lost.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* The source face handle.
*
* palette_index ::
* The palette index.
*
* @output:
* apalette ::
* An array of color entries for a palette with index `palette_index`,
* having `num_palette_entries` elements (as found in the
* `FT_Palette_Data` structure). If `apalette` is set to `NULL`, no
* array gets returned (and no color entries can be modified).
*
* In case the font doesn't support color palettes, `NULL` is returned.
*
* @return:
* FreeType error code. 0~means success.
*
* @note:
* The array pointed to by `apalette_entries` is owned and managed by
* FreeType.
*
* This function always returns an error if the config macro
* `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COLOR_LAYERS` is not defined in `ftoption.h`.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Error )
FT_Palette_Select( FT_Face face,
FT_UShort palette_index,
FT_Color* *apalette );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Palette_Set_Foreground_Color
*
* @description:
* 'COLR' uses palette index 0xFFFF to indicate a 'text foreground
* color'. This function sets this value.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* The source face handle.
*
* foreground_color ::
* An `FT_Color` structure to define the text foreground color.
*
* @return:
* FreeType error code. 0~means success.
*
* @note:
* If this function isn't called, the text foreground color is set to
* white opaque (BGRA value 0xFFFFFFFF) if
* @FT_PALETTE_FOR_DARK_BACKGROUND is present for the current palette,
* and black opaque (BGRA value 0x000000FF) otherwise, including the case
* that no palette types are available in the 'CPAL' table.
*
* This function always returns an error if the config macro
* `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COLOR_LAYERS` is not defined in `ftoption.h`.
*
* @since:
* 2.10
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Error )
FT_Palette_Set_Foreground_Color( FT_Face face,
FT_Color foreground_color );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @section:
* layer_management
*
* @title:
* Glyph Layer Management
*
* @abstract:
* Retrieving and manipulating OpenType's 'COLR' table data.
*
* @description:
* The functions described here allow access of colored glyph layer data
* in OpenType's 'COLR' tables.
*/
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_LayerIterator
*
* @description:
* This iterator object is needed for @FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer.
*
* @fields:
* num_layers ::
* The number of glyph layers for the requested glyph index. Will be
* set by @FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer.
*
* layer ::
* The current layer. Will be set by @FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer.
*
* p ::
* An opaque pointer into 'COLR' table data. The caller must set this
* to `NULL` before the first call of @FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer.
*/
typedef struct FT_LayerIterator_
{
FT_UInt num_layers;
FT_UInt layer;
FT_Byte* p;
} FT_LayerIterator;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer
*
* @description:
* This is an interface to the 'COLR' table in OpenType fonts to
* iteratively retrieve the colored glyph layers associated with the
* current glyph slot.
*
* https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/typography/opentype/spec/colr
*
* The glyph layer data for a given glyph index, if present, provides an
* alternative, multi-color glyph representation: Instead of rendering
* the outline or bitmap with the given glyph index, glyphs with the
* indices and colors returned by this function are rendered layer by
* layer.
*
* The returned elements are ordered in the z~direction from bottom to
* top; the 'n'th element should be rendered with the associated palette
* color and blended on top of the already rendered layers (elements 0,
* 1, ..., n-1).
*
* @input:
* face ::
* A handle to the parent face object.
*
* base_glyph ::
* The glyph index the colored glyph layers are associated with.
*
* @inout:
* iterator ::
* An @FT_LayerIterator object. For the first call you should set
* `iterator->p` to `NULL`. For all following calls, simply use the
* same object again.
*
* @output:
* aglyph_index ::
* The glyph index of the current layer.
*
* acolor_index ::
* The color index into the font face's color palette of the current
* layer. The value 0xFFFF is special; it doesn't reference a palette
* entry but indicates that the text foreground color should be used
* instead (to be set up by the application outside of FreeType).
*
* The color palette can be retrieved with @FT_Palette_Select.
*
* @return:
* Value~1 if everything is OK. If there are no more layers (or if there
* are no layers at all), value~0 gets returned. In case of an error,
* value~0 is returned also.
*
* @note:
* This function is necessary if you want to handle glyph layers by
* yourself. In particular, functions that operate with @FT_GlyphRec
* objects (like @FT_Get_Glyph or @FT_Glyph_To_Bitmap) don't have access
* to this information.
*
* Note that @FT_Render_Glyph is able to handle colored glyph layers
* automatically if the @FT_LOAD_COLOR flag is passed to a previous call
* to @FT_Load_Glyph. [This is an experimental feature.]
*
* @example:
* ```
* FT_Color* palette;
* FT_LayerIterator iterator;
*
* FT_Bool have_layers;
* FT_UInt layer_glyph_index;
* FT_UInt layer_color_index;
*
*
* error = FT_Palette_Select( face, palette_index, &palette );
* if ( error )
* palette = NULL;
*
* iterator.p = NULL;
* have_layers = FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer( face,
* glyph_index,
* &layer_glyph_index,
* &layer_color_index,
* &iterator );
*
* if ( palette && have_layers )
* {
* do
* {
* FT_Color layer_color;
*
*
* if ( layer_color_index == 0xFFFF )
* layer_color = text_foreground_color;
* else
* layer_color = palette[layer_color_index];
*
* // Load and render glyph `layer_glyph_index', then
* // blend resulting pixmap (using color `layer_color')
* // with previously created pixmaps.
*
* } while ( FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer( face,
* glyph_index,
* &layer_glyph_index,
* &layer_color_index,
* &iterator ) );
* }
* ```
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Bool )
FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Layer( FT_Face face,
FT_UInt base_glyph,
FT_UInt *aglyph_index,
FT_UInt *acolor_index,
FT_LayerIterator* iterator );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @enum:
* FT_PaintFormat
*
* @description:
* Enumeration describing the different paint format types of the v1
* extensions to the 'COLR' table, see
* 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
*
* The enumeration values losely correspond with the format numbers of
* the specification: FreeType always returns a fully specified 'Paint'
* structure for the 'Transform', 'Translate', 'Scale', 'Rotate', and
* 'Skew' table types even though the specification has different formats
* depending on whether or not a center is specified, whether the scale
* is uniform in x and y~direction or not, etc. Also, only non-variable
* format identifiers are listed in this enumeration; as soon as support
* for variable 'COLR' v1 fonts is implemented, interpolation is
* performed dependent on axis coordinates, which are configured on the
* @FT_Face through @FT_Set_Var_Design_Coordinates. This implies that
* always static, readily interpolated values are returned in the 'Paint'
* structures.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef enum FT_PaintFormat_
{
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_COLR_LAYERS = 1,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_SOLID = 2,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_LINEAR_GRADIENT = 4,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_RADIAL_GRADIENT = 6,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_SWEEP_GRADIENT = 8,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_GLYPH = 10,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_COLR_GLYPH = 11,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_TRANSFORM = 12,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_TRANSLATE = 14,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_SCALE = 16,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_ROTATE = 24,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_SKEW = 28,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_COMPOSITE = 32,
FT_COLR_PAINT_FORMAT_MAX = 33,
FT_COLR_PAINTFORMAT_UNSUPPORTED = 255
} FT_PaintFormat;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_ColorStopIterator
*
* @description:
* This iterator object is needed for @FT_Get_Colorline_Stops. It keeps
* state while iterating over the stops of an @FT_ColorLine,
* representing the `ColorLine` struct of the v1 extensions to 'COLR',
* see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
*
* @fields:
* num_color_stops ::
* The number of color stops for the requested glyph index. Set by
* @FT_Get_Colorline_Stops.
*
* current_color_stop ::
* The current color stop. Set by @FT_Get_Colorline_Stops.
*
* p ::
* An opaque pointer into 'COLR' table data. The caller must set this
* to `NULL` before the first call of @FT_Get_Colorline_Stops.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_ColorStopIterator_
{
FT_UInt num_color_stops;
FT_UInt current_color_stop;
FT_Byte* p;
} FT_ColorStopIterator;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_ColorIndex
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `ColorIndex` value of the 'COLR' v1
* extensions, see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
*
* @fields:
* palette_index ::
* The palette index into a 'CPAL' palette.
*
* alpha ::
* Alpha transparency value multiplied with the value from 'CPAL'.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_ColorIndex_
{
FT_UInt16 palette_index;
FT_F2Dot14 alpha;
} FT_ColorIndex;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_ColorStop
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `ColorStop` value of the 'COLR' v1
* extensions, see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
*
* @fields:
* stop_offset ::
* The stop offset between 0 and 1 along the gradient.
*
* color ::
* The color information for this stop, see @FT_ColorIndex.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_ColorStop_
{
FT_F2Dot14 stop_offset;
FT_ColorIndex color;
} FT_ColorStop;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @enum:
* FT_PaintExtend
*
* @description:
* An enumeration representing the 'Extend' mode of the 'COLR' v1
* extensions, see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
* It describes how the gradient fill continues at the other boundaries.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef enum FT_PaintExtend_
{
FT_COLR_PAINT_EXTEND_PAD = 0,
FT_COLR_PAINT_EXTEND_REPEAT = 1,
FT_COLR_PAINT_EXTEND_REFLECT = 2
} FT_PaintExtend;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_ColorLine
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `ColorLine` value of the 'COLR' v1
* extensions, see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
* It describes a list of color stops along the defined gradient.
*
* @fields:
* extend ::
* The extend mode at the outer boundaries, see @FT_PaintExtend.
*
* color_stop_iterator ::
* The @FT_ColorStopIterator used to enumerate and retrieve the
* actual @FT_ColorStop's.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_ColorLine_
{
FT_PaintExtend extend;
FT_ColorStopIterator color_stop_iterator;
} FT_ColorLine;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_Affine23
*
* @description:
* A structure used to store a 2x3 matrix. Coefficients are in
* 16.16 fixed-point format. The computation performed is
*
* ```
* x' = x*xx + y*xy + dx
* y' = x*yx + y*yy + dy
* ```
*
* @fields:
* xx ::
* Matrix coefficient.
*
* xy ::
* Matrix coefficient.
*
* dx ::
* x translation.
*
* yx ::
* Matrix coefficient.
*
* yy ::
* Matrix coefficient.
*
* dy ::
* y translation.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_Affine_23_
{
FT_Fixed xx, xy, dx;
FT_Fixed yx, yy, dy;
} FT_Affine23;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @enum:
* FT_Composite_Mode
*
* @description:
* An enumeration listing the 'COLR' v1 composite modes used in
* @FT_PaintComposite. For more details on each paint mode, see
* 'https://www.w3.org/TR/compositing-1/#porterduffcompositingoperators'.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef enum FT_Composite_Mode_
{
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_CLEAR = 0,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC = 1,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DEST = 2,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC_OVER = 3,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DEST_OVER = 4,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC_IN = 5,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DEST_IN = 6,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC_OUT = 7,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DEST_OUT = 8,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC_ATOP = 9,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DEST_ATOP = 10,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_XOR = 11,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SCREEN = 12,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_OVERLAY = 13,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DARKEN = 14,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_LIGHTEN = 15,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_COLOR_DODGE = 16,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_COLOR_BURN = 17,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_HARD_LIGHT = 18,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SOFT_LIGHT = 19,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_DIFFERENCE = 20,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_EXCLUSION = 21,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_MULTIPLY = 22,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_HSL_HUE = 23,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_HSL_SATURATION = 24,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_HSL_COLOR = 25,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_HSL_LUMINOSITY = 26,
FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_MAX = 27
} FT_Composite_Mode;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_OpaquePaint
*
* @description:
* A structure representing an offset to a `Paint` value stored in any
* of the paint tables of a 'COLR' v1 font. Compare Offset<24> there.
* When 'COLR' v1 paint tables represented by FreeType objects such as
* @FT_PaintColrLayers, @FT_PaintComposite, or @FT_PaintTransform
* reference downstream nested paint tables, we do not immediately
* retrieve them but encapsulate their location in this type. Use
* @FT_Get_Paint to retrieve the actual @FT_COLR_Paint object that
* describes the details of the respective paint table.
*
* @fields:
* p ::
* An internal offset to a Paint table, needs to be set to NULL before
* passing this struct as an argument to @FT_Get_Paint.
*
* insert_root_transform ::
* An internal boolean to track whether an initial root transform is
* to be provided. Do not set this value.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_Opaque_Paint_
{
FT_Byte* p;
FT_Bool insert_root_transform;
} FT_OpaquePaint;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintColrLayers
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `PaintColrLayers` table of a 'COLR' v1
* font. This table describes a set of layers that are to be composited
* with composite mode `FT_COLR_COMPOSITE_SRC_OVER`. The return value
* of this function is an @FT_LayerIterator initialized so that it can
* be used with @FT_Get_Paint_Layers to retrieve the @FT_OpaquePaint
* objects as references to each layer.
*
* @fields:
* layer_iterator ::
* The layer iterator that describes the layers of this paint.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintColrLayers_
{
FT_LayerIterator layer_iterator;
} FT_PaintColrLayers;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintSolid
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `PaintSolid` value of the 'COLR' v1
* extensions, see 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'.
* Using a `PaintSolid` value means that the glyph layer filled with
* this paint is solid-colored and does not contain a gradient.
*
* @fields:
* color ::
* The color information for this solid paint, see @FT_ColorIndex.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintSolid_
{
FT_ColorIndex color;
} FT_PaintSolid;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintLinearGradient
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `PaintLinearGradient` value of the 'COLR'
* v1 extensions, see
* 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'. The glyph
* layer filled with this paint is drawn filled with a linear gradient.
*
* @fields:
* colorline ::
* The @FT_ColorLine information for this paint, i.e., the list of
* color stops along the gradient.
*
* p0 ::
* The starting point of the gradient definition (in font units).
*
* p1 ::
* The end point of the gradient definition (in font units).
*
* p2 ::
* Optional point~p2 to rotate the gradient (in font units).
* Otherwise equal to~p0.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintLinearGradient_
{
FT_ColorLine colorline;
/* TODO: Potentially expose those as x0, y0 etc. */
FT_Vector p0;
FT_Vector p1;
FT_Vector p2;
} FT_PaintLinearGradient;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintRadialGradient
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `PaintRadialGradient` value of the 'COLR'
* v1 extensions, see
* 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'. The glyph
* layer filled with this paint is drawn filled filled with a radial
* gradient.
*
* @fields:
* colorline ::
* The @FT_ColorLine information for this paint, i.e., the list of
* color stops along the gradient.
*
* c0 ::
* The center of the starting point of the radial gradient (in font
* units).
*
* r0 ::
* The radius of the starting circle of the radial gradient (in font
* units).
*
* c1 ::
* The center of the end point of the radial gradient (in font units).
*
* r1 ::
* The radius of the end circle of the radial gradient (in font
* units).
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintRadialGradient_
{
FT_ColorLine colorline;
FT_Vector c0;
FT_UShort r0;
FT_Vector c1;
FT_UShort r1;
} FT_PaintRadialGradient;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintSweepGradient
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a `PaintSweepGradient` value of the 'COLR'
* v1 extensions, see
* 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'. The glyph
* layer filled with this paint is drawn filled with a sweep gradient
* from `start_angle` to `end_angle`.
*
* @fields:
* colorline ::
* The @FT_ColorLine information for this paint, i.e., the list of
* color stops along the gradient.
*
* center ::
* The center of the sweep gradient (in font units).
*
* start_angle ::
* The start angle of the sweep gradient, in 16.16 fixed point format
* specifying degrees. Values are given counter-clockwise, starting
* from the (positive) y~axis.
*
* end_angle ::
* The end angle of the sweep gradient, in 16.16 fixed point format
* specifying degrees. Values are given counter-clockwise, starting
* from the (positive) y~axis.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintSweepGradient_
{
FT_ColorLine colorline;
FT_Vector center;
FT_Fixed start_angle;
FT_Fixed end_angle;
} FT_PaintSweepGradient;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintGlyph
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintGlyph` paint table.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An opaque paint object pointing to a `Paint` table that serves as
* the fill for the glyph ID.
*
* glyphID ::
* The glyph ID from the 'glyf' table, which serves as the contour
* information that is filled with paint.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintGlyph_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_UInt glyphID;
} FT_PaintGlyph;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintColrGlyph
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintColorGlyph` paint table.
*
* @fields:
* glyphID ::
* The glyph ID from the `BaseGlyphV1List` table that is drawn for
* this paint.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintColrGlyph_
{
FT_UInt glyphID;
} FT_PaintColrGlyph;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintTransform
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintTransform` paint table.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An opaque paint that is subject to being transformed.
*
* affine ::
* A 2x3 transformation matrix in @FT_Affine23 format.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintTransform_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_Affine23 affine;
} FT_PaintTransform;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintTranslate
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintTranslate` paint table.
* Used for translating downstream paints by a given x and y~delta.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the paint that is to be
* rotated.
*
* dx ::
* Translation in x~direction (in font units).
*
* dy ::
* Translation in y~direction (in font units).
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintTranslate_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_Fixed dx;
FT_Fixed dy;
} FT_PaintTranslate;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintScale
*
* @description:
* A structure representing all of the 'COLR' v1 'PaintScale*' paint
* tables. Used for scaling downstream paints by a given x and y~scale,
* with a given center. This structure is used for all 'PaintScale*'
* types that are part of specification; fields of this structure are
* filled accordingly. If there is a center, the center values are set,
* otherwise they are set to the zero coordinate. If the source font
* file has 'PaintScaleUniform*' set, the scale values are set
* accordingly to the same value.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the paint that is to be
* scaled.
*
* scale_x ::
* Scale factor in x~direction.
*
* scale_y ::
* Scale factor in y~direction.
*
* center_x ::
* x~coordinate of center point to scale from.
*
* center_y ::
* y~coordinate of center point to scale from.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward-compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintScale_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_Fixed scale_x;
FT_Fixed scale_y;
FT_Fixed center_x;
FT_Fixed center_y;
} FT_PaintScale;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintRotate
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintRotate` paint table. Used
* for rotating downstream paints with a given center and angle.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the paint that is to be
* rotated.
*
* angle ::
* The rotation angle that is to be applied in degrees divided by
* 180.0 (as in the spec). Multiply by 180.0f to receive degrees
* value.
*
* center_x ::
* The x~coordinate of the pivot point of the rotation (in font
* units).
*
* center_y ::
* The y~coordinate of the pivot point of the rotation (in font
* units).
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintRotate_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_Fixed angle;
FT_Fixed center_x;
FT_Fixed center_y;
} FT_PaintRotate;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintSkew
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR' v1 `PaintSkew` paint table. Used
* for skewing or shearing downstream paints by a given center and
* angle.
*
* @fields:
* paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the paint that is to be
* skewed.
*
* x_skew_angle ::
* The skewing angle in x~direction.
*
* y_skew_angle ::
* The skewing angle in y~direction.
*
* center_x ::
* The x~coordinate of the pivot point of the skew (in font units).
*
* center_y ::
* The y~coordinate of the pivot point of the skew (in font units).
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintSkew_
{
FT_OpaquePaint paint;
FT_Fixed x_skew_angle;
FT_Fixed y_skew_angle;
FT_Fixed center_x;
FT_Fixed center_y;
} FT_PaintSkew;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @struct:
* FT_PaintComposite
*
* @description:
* A structure representing a 'COLR'v1 `PaintComposite` paint table.
* Used for compositing two paints in a 'COLR' v1 directed acycling
* graph.
*
* @fields:
* source_paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the source that is to be
* composited.
*
* composite_mode ::
* An @FT_Composite_Mode enum value determining the composition
* operation.
*
* backdrop_paint ::
* An @FT_OpaquePaint object referencing the backdrop paint that
* `source_paint` is composited onto.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_PaintComposite_
{
FT_OpaquePaint source_paint;
FT_Composite_Mode composite_mode;
FT_OpaquePaint backdrop_paint;
} FT_PaintComposite;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @union:
* FT_COLR_Paint
*
* @description:
* A union object representing format and details of a paint table of a
* 'COLR' v1 font, see
* 'https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec'. Use
* @FT_Get_Paint to retrieve a @FT_COLR_Paint for an @FT_OpaquePaint
* object.
*
* @fields:
* format ::
* The gradient format for this Paint structure.
*
* u ::
* Union of all paint table types:
*
* * @FT_PaintColrLayers
* * @FT_PaintGlyph
* * @FT_PaintSolid
* * @FT_PaintLinearGradient
* * @FT_PaintRadialGradient
* * @FT_PaintSweepGradient
* * @FT_PaintTransform
* * @FT_PaintTranslate
* * @FT_PaintRotate
* * @FT_PaintSkew
* * @FT_PaintComposite
* * @FT_PaintColrGlyph
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef struct FT_COLR_Paint_
{
FT_PaintFormat format;
union
{
FT_PaintColrLayers colr_layers;
FT_PaintGlyph glyph;
FT_PaintSolid solid;
FT_PaintLinearGradient linear_gradient;
FT_PaintRadialGradient radial_gradient;
FT_PaintSweepGradient sweep_gradient;
FT_PaintTransform transform;
FT_PaintTranslate translate;
FT_PaintScale scale;
FT_PaintRotate rotate;
FT_PaintSkew skew;
FT_PaintComposite composite;
FT_PaintColrGlyph colr_glyph;
} u;
} FT_COLR_Paint;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @enum:
* FT_Color_Root_Transform
*
* @description:
* An enumeration to specify whether @FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Paint is to
* return a root transform to configure the client's graphics context
* matrix.
*
* @values:
* FT_COLOR_INCLUDE_ROOT_TRANSFORM ::
* Do include the root transform as the initial @FT_COLR_Paint object.
*
* FT_COLOR_NO_ROOT_TRANSFORM ::
* Do not output an initial root transform.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
typedef enum FT_Color_Root_Transform_
{
FT_COLOR_INCLUDE_ROOT_TRANSFORM,
FT_COLOR_NO_ROOT_TRANSFORM,
FT_COLOR_ROOT_TRANSFORM_MAX
} FT_Color_Root_Transform;
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Paint
*
* @description:
* This is the starting point and interface to color gradient
* information in a 'COLR' v1 table in OpenType fonts to recursively
* retrieve the paint tables for the directed acyclic graph of a colored
* glyph, given a glyph ID.
*
* https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec
*
* In a 'COLR' v1 font, each color glyph defines a directed acyclic
* graph of nested paint tables, such as `PaintGlyph`, `PaintSolid`,
* `PaintLinearGradient`, `PaintRadialGradient`, and so on. Using this
* function and specifying a glyph ID, one retrieves the root paint
* table for this glyph ID.
*
* This function allows control whether an initial root transform is
* returned to configure scaling, transform, and translation correctly
* on the client's graphics context. The initial root transform is
* computed and returned according to the values configured for @FT_Size
* and @FT_Set_Transform on the @FT_Face object, see below for details
* of the `root_transform` parameter. This has implications for a
* client 'COLR' v1 implementation: When this function returns an
* initially computed root transform, at the time of executing the
* @FT_PaintGlyph operation, the contours should be retrieved using
* @FT_Load_Glyph at unscaled, untransformed size. This is because the
* root transform applied to the graphics context will take care of
* correct scaling.
*
* Alternatively, to allow hinting of contours, at the time of executing
* @FT_Load_Glyph, the current graphics context transformation matrix
* can be decomposed into a scaling matrix and a remainder, and
* @FT_Load_Glyph can be used to retrieve the contours at scaled size.
* Care must then be taken to blit or clip to the graphics context with
* taking this remainder transformation into account.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* A handle to the parent face object.
*
* base_glyph ::
* The glyph index for which to retrieve the root paint table.
*
* root_transform ::
* Specifies whether an initially computed root is returned by the
* @FT_PaintTransform operation to account for the activated size
* (see @FT_Activate_Size) and the configured transform and translate
* (see @FT_Set_Transform).
*
* This root transform is returned before nodes of the glyph graph of
* the font are returned. Subsequent @FT_COLR_Paint structures
* contain unscaled and untransformed values. The inserted root
* transform enables the client application to apply an initial
* transform to its graphics context. When executing subsequent
* FT_COLR_Paint operations, values from @FT_COLR_Paint operations
* will ultimately be correctly scaled because of the root transform
* applied to the graphics context. Use
* @FT_COLOR_INCLUDE_ROOT_TRANSFORM to include the root transform, use
* @FT_COLOR_NO_ROOT_TRANSFORM to not include it. The latter may be
* useful when traversing the 'COLR' v1 glyph graph and reaching a
* @FT_PaintColrGlyph. When recursing into @FT_PaintColrGlyph and
* painting that inline, no additional root transform is needed as it
* has already been applied to the graphics context at the beginning
* of drawing this glyph.
*
* @output:
* paint ::
* The @FT_OpaquePaint object that references the actual paint table.
*
* The respective actual @FT_COLR_Paint object is retrieved via
* @FT_Get_Paint.
*
* @return:
* Value~1 if everything is OK. If no color glyph is found, or the root
* paint could not be retrieved, value~0 gets returned. In case of an
* error, value~0 is returned also.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Bool )
FT_Get_Color_Glyph_Paint( FT_Face face,
FT_UInt base_glyph,
FT_Color_Root_Transform root_transform,
FT_OpaquePaint* paint );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Get_Paint_Layers
*
* @description:
* Access the layers of a `PaintColrLayers` table.
*
* If the root paint of a color glyph, or a nested paint of a 'COLR'
* glyph is a `PaintColrLayers` table, this function retrieves the
* layers of the `PaintColrLayers` table.
*
* The @FT_PaintColrLayers object contains an @FT_LayerIterator, which
* is used here to iterate over the layers. Each layer is returned as
* an @FT_OpaquePaint object, which then can be used with @FT_Get_Paint
* to retrieve the actual paint object.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* A handle to the parent face object.
*
* @inout:
* iterator ::
* The @FT_LayerIterator from an @FT_PaintColrLayers object, for which
* the layers are to be retrieved. The internal state of the iterator
* is incremented after one call to this function for retrieving one
* layer.
*
* @output:
* paint ::
* The @FT_OpaquePaint object that references the actual paint table.
* The respective actual @FT_COLR_Paint object is retrieved via
* @FT_Get_Paint.
*
* @return:
* Value~1 if everything is OK. Value~0 gets returned when the paint
* object can not be retrieved or any other error occurs.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Bool )
FT_Get_Paint_Layers( FT_Face face,
FT_LayerIterator* iterator,
FT_OpaquePaint* paint );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Get_Colorline_Stops
*
* @description:
* This is an interface to color gradient information in a 'COLR' v1
* table in OpenType fonts to iteratively retrieve the gradient and
* solid fill information for colored glyph layers for a specified glyph
* ID.
*
* https://github.com/googlefonts/colr-gradients-spec
*
* @input:
* face ::
* A handle to the parent face object.
*
* @inout:
* iterator ::
* The retrieved @FT_ColorStopIterator, configured on an @FT_ColorLine,
* which in turn got retrieved via paint information in
* @FT_PaintLinearGradient or @FT_PaintRadialGradient.
*
* @output:
* color_stop ::
* Color index and alpha value for the retrieved color stop.
*
* @return:
* Value~1 if everything is OK. If there are no more color stops,
* value~0 gets returned. In case of an error, value~0 is returned
* also.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Bool )
FT_Get_Colorline_Stops( FT_Face face,
FT_ColorStop* color_stop,
FT_ColorStopIterator* iterator );
/**************************************************************************
*
* @function:
* FT_Get_Paint
*
* @description:
* Access the details of a paint using an @FT_OpaquePaint opaque paint
* object, which internally stores the offset to the respective `Paint`
* object in the 'COLR' table.
*
* @input:
* face ::
* A handle to the parent face object.
*
* opaque_paint ::
* The opaque paint object for which the underlying @FT_COLR_Paint
* data is to be retrieved.
*
* @output:
* paint ::
* The specific @FT_COLR_Paint object containing information coming
* from one of the font's `Paint*` tables.
*
* @return:
* Value~1 if everything is OK. Value~0 if no details can be found for
* this paint or any other error occured.
*
* @since:
* 2.11 -- **currently experimental only!** There might be changes
* without retaining backward compatibility of both the API and ABI.
*
*/
FT_EXPORT( FT_Bool )
FT_Get_Paint( FT_Face face,
FT_OpaquePaint opaque_paint,
FT_COLR_Paint* paint );
/* */
FT_END_HEADER
#endif /* FTCOLOR_H_ */
/* END */