ICONLOAD.H

ICONLOAD.H


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/*	@(#)icon_load.h 10.5 89/09/05 SMI	*/
 
/*
 * Copyright (c) 1984 by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 */

#ifdef notdef
The format of an ASCII representation of an icon file is defined by:
	<icon_file>	::= <header> <icon_image_bits>
	<header>	::= <header_start> <header_body> <header_end>
	<header_start>	::= /* Format_version=1
	<header_end>	::= */
	<header_body>	::= <header_options> <header_misc> 
	<header_options>::= | <header_option> <header_options> 
	<header_option> ::= Depth=1
			  | Height=<Number>
			  | Width=<Number>
			  | Valid_bits_per_item=<Sixteen_or_ThirtyTwo>
	<header_misc>	::= <Anything_except_header_option_or_header_end>
	<icon_image_bits>
			::= <icon_image_value>
			  | <icon_image_bits> , <icon_image_value>

Default values for header parameters are:
	Depth			 1
	Height			64
	Width			64
	Valid_bits_per_item	16

A sample icon file follows:

/* Format_version=1, Width=16, Height=16, Depth=1, Valid_bits_per_item=16
 * This file is the template for all images in the cursor/icon library.
 * The first line contains the information needed to properly interpret the
 *   actual bits, which are expected to be used directly by software that
 *   wants to do compile-time binding to an image via a #include.
 * The actual bits must be specified in hex.
 * The default interpretation of the bits below is specified by the
 *   behavior of mpr_static.
 * Note that Valid_bits_per_item uses the least-significant bits.
 * Description: An empty (clear) cursor
 * Background: White
 */
	0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000,
	0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000


The utilities available to read icon files are:

	int
	icon_load(icon, from_file, error_msg);
		register struct icon	*icon;
		char			*from_file, *error_msg;
Loads the pixrect for the icon, and then copies information from the pixrect
  to initialize the icon.  Information which cannot be specified in the
  current format is set to default values.
See the following description of icon_load_mpr for details about the
  arguments other than icon.
Returns 0 iff it managed to successfully initialize the icon.

	int
	icon_init_from_pr(icon, pr)
		register struct icon	*icon;
		register struct pixrect	*pr;
Initializes the icon struct from the specified pr.
Information, such as the font for any icon text, which cannot be ascertained
  from a pixrect, is set to default values.
The return value is meaningless.

	struct pixrect *
	icon_load_mpr(from_file, error_msg)
		char		*from_file, *error_msg;
Loads the icon named by from_file into a dynamically allocated memory
  pixrect.
If NULL is returned, which happens if the file cannot be accessed or if the
  file is not in a valid format, an appropriate error message is placed
  in error_msg, which should be at least IL_ERRORMSG_SIZE long.

	FILE *
	icon_open_header(from_file, error_msg, info)
		char				*from_file, *error_msg;
		register icon_header_handle	 info;
icon_open_header() allows a client to preserve extra descriptive material
  when rewriting an icon file.  It is also the front-end routine used by
  icon_load_mpr (and thus icon_load).
If NULL is returned, which happens if the file cannot be accessed or if the
  file is not in a valid format, an appropriate error message is placed
  in error_msg, which should be at least IL_ERRORMSG_SIZE long.
info is mostly filled in with the information from the header options.  The
  exception is that info->last_param_pos is filled in with the position
  immediately after the last header option that was read.
The returned FILE * is left positioned at the end of the header, thus
  ftell(icon_open_header()) indicates where the actual bits of the image
  are expected to begin.  Hence, the characters in the range
  [info->last_param_pos..ftell(icon_open_header())) should contain all extra
  descriptive material contained in the icon file's header.

	int
	icon_read_pr(fd, header, pr)
		register FILE			*fd;
		register icon_header_handle	 header;
		register struct pixrect		*pr;
Reads the actual bit pattern for the pixrect's image data from the specified
  fd using the parameters in the specified header.
The fd is expected to be positioned to the beginning of the image data
  (usually by a prior call to icon_open_header).
The fd is left positioned at the end of the image data, so that by doing an
  ftell(fd) before and after calling icon_read_pr, a caller can write out a
  modified version of the image data while keeping intact the surrounding
  commentary, declarations, etc.
The return value is zero if the icon was read successfully, nonzero if
  there was an error.
CAVEAT: currently pr must be a memory pixrect.
#endif



#ifndef IL_ERRORMSG_SIZE

#define IL_ERRORMSG_SIZE	256

typedef struct icon_header_object {
	int	depth,
		height,
		format_version,
		valid_bits_per_item,
		width;
	long	last_param_pos;
} icon_header_object;
typedef icon_header_object	*icon_header_handle;

extern int			 icon_load();
extern int			 icon_init_from_pr();
extern struct pixrect		*icon_load_mpr();
extern int			 icon_read_pr();
extern FILE			*icon_open_header();

#endif