gfx/skia/src/pdf/SkPDFGraphicState.h
author Lucas Rocha <lucasr@mozilla.com>
Sat, 17 Aug 2013 14:23:52 +0100
changeset 143556 fbbc87078c3c5375d4f3edb2fe0219bd6bb5dedc
parent 137322 b3e5868f25401ac2529fec6f3aaeaec6dc9e40b3
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 903478 - Add findListViewWithTag() to BaseTest (r=margaret)


/*
 * Copyright 2010 The Android Open Source Project
 *
 * Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
 * found in the LICENSE file.
 */


#ifndef SkPDFGraphicState_DEFINED
#define SkPDFGraphicState_DEFINED

#include "SkPaint.h"
#include "SkPDFTypes.h"
#include "SkTemplates.h"
#include "SkThread.h"

class SkPDFFormXObject;

/** \class SkPDFGraphicState
    SkPaint objects roughly correspond to graphic state dictionaries that can
    be installed. So that a given dictionary is only output to the pdf file
    once, we want to canonicalize them. Static methods in this class manage
    a weakly referenced set of SkPDFGraphicState objects: when the last
    reference to a SkPDFGraphicState is removed, it removes itself from the
    static set of objects.

*/
class SkPDFGraphicState : public SkPDFDict {
public:
    virtual ~SkPDFGraphicState();

    virtual void getResources(const SkTSet<SkPDFObject*>& knownResourceObjects,
                              SkTSet<SkPDFObject*>* newResourceObjects);

    // Override emitObject and getOutputSize so that we can populate
    // the dictionary on demand.
    virtual void emitObject(SkWStream* stream, SkPDFCatalog* catalog,
                            bool indirect);
    virtual size_t getOutputSize(SkPDFCatalog* catalog, bool indirect);

    /** Get the graphic state for the passed SkPaint. The reference count of
     *  the object is incremented and it is the caller's responsibility to
     *  unreference it when done. This is needed to accommodate the weak
     *  reference pattern used when the returned object is new and has no
     *  other references.
     *  @param paint  The SkPaint to emulate.
     */
    static SkPDFGraphicState* GetGraphicStateForPaint(const SkPaint& paint);

    /** Make a graphic state that only sets the passed soft mask. The
     *  reference count of the object is incremented and it is the caller's
     *  responsibility to unreference it when done.
     *  @param sMask  The form xobject to use as a soft mask.
     *  @param invert Indicates if the alpha of the sMask should be inverted.
     */
    static SkPDFGraphicState* GetSMaskGraphicState(SkPDFFormXObject* sMask,
                                                   bool invert);

    /** Get a graphic state that only unsets the soft mask. The reference
     *  count of the object is incremented and it is the caller's responsibility
     *  to unreference it when done. This is needed to accommodate the weak
     *  reference pattern used when the returned object is new and has no
     *  other references.
     */
    static SkPDFGraphicState* GetNoSMaskGraphicState();

private:
    const SkPaint fPaint;
    SkTDArray<SkPDFObject*> fResources;
    bool fPopulated;
    bool fSMask;

    class GSCanonicalEntry {
    public:
        SkPDFGraphicState* fGraphicState;
        const SkPaint* fPaint;

        bool operator==(const GSCanonicalEntry& b) const;
        explicit GSCanonicalEntry(SkPDFGraphicState* gs)
            : fGraphicState(gs),
              fPaint(&gs->fPaint) {}
        explicit GSCanonicalEntry(const SkPaint* paint)
            : fGraphicState(NULL),
              fPaint(paint) {}
    };

    // This should be made a hash table if performance is a problem.
    static SkTDArray<GSCanonicalEntry>& CanonicalPaints();
    static SkBaseMutex& CanonicalPaintsMutex();

    SkPDFGraphicState();
    explicit SkPDFGraphicState(const SkPaint& paint);

    void populateDict();

    static SkPDFObject* GetInvertFunction();

    static int Find(const SkPaint& paint);
};

#endif