A Look at the current 2.1.6 v. of CMU graphics

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/* CarnegieMellonGraphics Library Version 2.1.4a

  $Id: CarnegieMellonGraphics.h,v 1.3 2010/02/24 20:52:09 jbkorth07 Exp $
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// Changes 10/2007 - Matt Edlefsen // removed autopageflip stuff and copied pageFlip to reDraw


  1. ifndef __CARNEGIEMELLONGRAPHICS_H__
  2. define __CARNEGIEMELLONGRAPHICS_H__
  1. ifdef _MSC_VER
  2. pragma warning (disable : 4786)
  3. endif
  1. include <queue>
  2. include <list>
  3. include <map>
  4. include <string>
  5. include <vector>

// Changes 5/Nov/2009 -- Jordan Korth, et al. // For g++ (Ubuntu 4.3.3-5ubuntu4) 4.3.3 --- resolve undefined INT_MAX errors // c++/4.3/limits does not seem to define INT_MAX where does it come from and why don't we see it?

  1. include <limits.h>

//


// if your compiler understands namespaces, this is all good //#define string std::string //#define vector std::vector //#define map std::map

//using namespace std;


/******************************************************************************

* The KeyModifiers objects act as a "set" whose domain is that of the 
* modifier keys that are available on a given system (usually control, shift,
* and alt). 
* 
*

Users can only work with the named sets provided, and only operate on them * through the overloaded operators : | = Union, & = Intersection, and * ~ = Compliment. Equality and stream output support are also provided. * * <P>So for example, the set of modifers associated with holding down the control * key would simply be KeyModifiers::CONTROL. If you were to hold down both * the shift and alt keys, the modifier set would be equal to * *

  KeyModifiers::SHIFT | KeyModifiers::ALT  
*
* <p>(union of the two singletons) or
*
*
  KeyModifiers::SHIFT_AND_ALT 
*
* or
*  
*
  KeyModifiers::ALT_AND_SHIFT 
*
* <p>Predefined names have been provided for all subsets (the powerset!) of the
* entire domain, since it is a small set this is reasonable.
*****************************************************************************/

class KeyModifiers {

public:
 KeyModifiers();
 ////// Pre-defined modifier sets //////
 /**
  * Matches if there are no active modifiers 
  */
 static const KeyModifiers NO_MODIFIERS;
 /** 
  * Matches "control" key
  */
 static const KeyModifiers CONTROL;
 /**
  * Matches the "shift" key
  */
 static const KeyModifiers SHIFT;
 /**
  * Matches the "alt" key
  */
 static const KeyModifiers ALT;
 /**
  * Matches if both "control" and "alt" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers CONTROL_AND_ALT;
 /**
  * Matches if both "control" and "alt" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers ALT_AND_CONTROL;
 /**
  * Matches if both "control" and "shift" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers CONTROL_AND_SHIFT;
 /**
  * Matches if both "control" and "shift" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers SHIFT_AND_CONTROL;
 /**
  * Matches if both "shift" and "alt" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers SHIFT_AND_ALT;
 /**
  * Matches if both "shift" and "alt" are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers ALT_AND_SHIFT;
 /**
  * Matches when all modifiers are active
  */
 static const KeyModifiers ALL_MODIFIERS;
 /**
  * Matches any set of modifiers
  */
 static const KeyModifiers ANY_MODIFIERS;
 ////// Overloaded operators //////
 /**
  * ~ Compliment operator on KeyModifiers
  */
 KeyModifiers& operator~();
 /**
  * |= Union-Assignment operator on KeyModifiers
  */
 KeyModifiers& operator|=(const KeyModifiers& rhs);
 /**
  * &= Intersection-Assignment operator on KeyModifiers
  */
 KeyModifiers& operator&=(const KeyModifiers& rhs);
 
 /**
  * == Equality tests on KeyModifiers
  */
 bool operator==(const KeyModifiers& rhs) const;
 /**
  * != Inequality tests on KeyModifiers
  */
 bool operator!=(const KeyModifiers& rhs) const;
 /**
  * | Union operator on KeyModifiers
  */
 friend KeyModifiers operator|(const KeyModifiers& lhs, const KeyModifiers& rhs);
 /**
  * & Intersection operator on KeyModifiers
  */
 friend KeyModifiers operator&(const KeyModifiers& lhs, const KeyModifiers& rhs);
private:
 // Ignore these
 int value; 
 KeyModifiers(int v);

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on modifiers std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const KeyModifiers& mod);

/******************************************************************************

* MouseEvents are generated whenever the user performs some action with the 
* mouse.  The types of MouseEvents that can occur are listed below as 
* part of the MouseEvent::Event enumeration.  
* 
* <P>MouseEvents are designed to work in a manner so that a user can easily
* "match" and filter out events in which they have interest.  Basically 
* the user constructs a new event to match against the event they currently
* have.  The MouseEvent constructor has several default parameters 
* so the user doesn't need to specify more detail about the event than they
* need.
*
* <P>It is also possible to simply obtain pertinent information about an
* event through the accessor member functions.
*
* <P>For example, if the user has just removed a mouse event from the mouse input
* queue, and they want to see if the mouse was clicked they can do the 
* following:
*
*
 *     if(MouseEvent(MouseEvent::BUTTON_CLICK_EVENT) == an_event) 
 *     // do something
 * 
*
* <p>Or a more complicated example would be if the user wanted to check to
* see if the mouse has was moved over position (x, y) while holding down the 
* left button they would do this:
*
*
 *   if(MouseEvent(MouseEvent::MOUSE_MOVE_EVENT, MouseEvent::LEFT_BUTTON, x, y) == an_event) 
 *     // do something else
 * 
*
* <p>Finally, if you wanted to check to see if the right mouse buton has been 
* pressed down while holding down the shift key, you would do the following:
* 
*
 *   if(MouseEvent(MouseEvent::ButtonDown, MouseEvent::RIGHT_BUTTON, -1, -1, 
 *                                         KeyModifiers::SHIFT) == an_event) 
 *     // do more of something else 
 * 
*
* <p>In this case the coordinate of (-1, -1) indicates the location at which
* the button press occurred does not matter.
*
* <p>Note that on some platforms, certain mouse and modifier combinations will be
* trapped by the operating system/window manager and will not be reported 
* as having taken place.
*****************************************************************************/

class MouseEvent {

public:
 /**
  * These are the buttons that CMG recognizes. A mouse event only ever contains one button.
  * To find out if two buttons are down at the same time, use {@link Window#isButtonDown}.
* * * * * * *
NO_BUTTON Matches if no button was pressed
LEFT_BUTTON Matches if the left button was pressed
RIGHT_BUTTON Matches if the right button was pressed
MIDDLE_BUTTON Matches if the middle button was pressed
ANY_BUTTON Matches if any button was pressed
  * @see Window#isButtonDown
  */
 typedef enum {
   NO_BUTTON,          // Matches if no button was pressed
   LEFT_BUTTON,        // Matches if the left button was pressed 
   RIGHT_BUTTON,       // Matches if the right button was pressed 
   MIDDLE_BUTTON,      // Matches if the middle button was pressed
   ANY_BUTTON          // Matches if any button was pressed
 } Button;
 /**
  * These are the events that CMG reports.
* * * * * * * * *
NULL_EVENT For creating "NULL" mouse events
MOUSE_MOVE_EVENT Event generated if the mouse was moved
ENTER_WINDOW_EVENT Event generated if the mouse has entered the window
EXIT_WINDOW_EVENT Event generated if the mouse has exited the window
BUTTON_CLICK_EVENT Event generated if a mouse button has been clicked (Will always follow a ButtonUp event)
BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT Event generated when a mouse button is pressed
BUTTON_UP_EVENT Event generated when a mouse button is released
  */
 typedef enum {
   NULL_EVENT,           // For creating "NULL" mouse events
   MOUSE_MOVE_EVENT,    // Event generated if the mouse was moved
   ENTER_WINDOW_EVENT, // Event generated if the mouse has entered the window
   EXIT_WINDOW_EVENT,  // Event generated if the mouse has exited the window
   BUTTON_CLICK_EVENT, // Event generated if a mouse button has been clicked
                       // (Will always follow a ButtonUp event)
   BUTTON_DOWN_EVENT,  // Event generated when a mouse button is pressed
   BUTTON_UP_EVENT     // Event generated when a mouse button is released
 } Event;
 /**
  * Constructor for a mouse event from a set of parameters.  
  */
 MouseEvent(const Event e,        // Default values
            const Button b        = ANY_BUTTON, 
            const int x           = -1, // Location not applicable
            const int y           = -1, // Location not applicable
            const KeyModifiers km = KeyModifiers::ANY_MODIFIERS);
 /**
  * Copy constructor
  */
 MouseEvent(const MouseEvent &me);
 /** 
  * Default constructor
  */
 MouseEvent();
 /**
  * Comparison operator for equality on events.
  */
 bool operator==(const MouseEvent& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operator for inequality on events.
  */
 bool operator!=(const MouseEvent& rhs) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 /**
  * @return The actual event information for the mouse event.
  */
 const Event getEvent() const;
 /**
  * @return Which button(s), if any, were involved with this event.
  */
 const Button getButton() const;
 /**
  * @return The X coordinate that this event occurred, if relevant,  otherwise returns -1.
  */
 const int getX() const;
 /**
  * @return The Y coordinate that this event occurred, if relevant, otherwise returns -1
  */
 const int getY() const;  
 /**
  * @return set of modifiers active at the time of the event, if relevant.
  */
 const KeyModifiers getModifiers() const;
private:
 // Ignore these
 Event event;
 Button button;
 int ex, ey;
 KeyModifiers modifiers;

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on mouse events std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const MouseEvent& event);

/******************************************************************************

* KeyboardEvents are generated whenever the user presses a key.
* KeyboardEvents operate in a manner very similar to that of {@link .MouseEvent}.  So
* in the interest of brevity, I won't repeat much of the similar information.
* As before, they use default parameters, so the user only need specify as 
* much detail as they have interest in matching.
*
* <p>As before it is also, possible to simply extract the pertinent information
* from an event using the accessor membor fuctions.
*
* <p>So for example if the user simply wants to see if the "G" key has been
* pressed they can do the following:
*
*
 *   if(KeyboardEvent('g') == some_event)
 *     // do something
 * 
*
* <p>Note, that if they wanted a capital G they should do the following:
* 
*
 *   if(KeyboardEvent('G') == some_event)
 *     // do something
 * 
*
* <p>rather than
*
*
 *   if(KeyboardEvent('g', KeyModifiers::SHIFT) == some_event)
 *     // do something
 * 
*
* <p>One final example would be if the user wants to detect if the Alt and 
* Escape keys have been pressed simultaneously they would do:
* 
*
 *   if(KeyboardEvent(NamedKey::ESCAPE, KeyModifiers::ALT) == some_event)
 *     // do something else
 * 
*
* <p>Note that on some platforms, certain keyboard and modifier combinations 
* will a) be trapped by the operating system/window manager and will not be 
* reported as having taken place or b) correspond to another ASCII value
* for example Control-A under Unix/X11 will not map to A with a control 
* modifier
*****************************************************************************/

class KeyboardEvent {

public:

 /**
  * Constructor for a keyboard event from a pair of parameters.
  */
 KeyboardEvent(const int key,          // Default value
               const KeyModifiers km = KeyModifiers::ANY_MODIFIERS);
 KeyboardEvent(const KeyboardEvent &ke);
 KeyboardEvent();
 /**
  * Comparison operators for equality on keyboard events
  */
 bool operator==(const KeyboardEvent& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operators for inequality on keyboard events
  */
 bool operator!=(const KeyboardEvent& rhs) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 /** 
  * Obtain the integer value cooresponding to the event
  */
 const int getValue() const;
 /**
  * Obtain the set of modifers active at the time of the event
  */
 const KeyModifiers getModifiers() const;
private:
 // Ignore these
 int value;
 KeyModifiers modifiers;

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on keyboard events std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const KeyboardEvent& event);

/******************************************************************************

* The NamedKey class acts as a namespace for constants that 
* correspond to keys that do not have a simple ASCII representation.
*
* <p>So for example, if you wanted the value that corresponds to the 
* letter A you would use 'A', since it can be represented using a displable
* ASCII character.  If you wanted the value that corresponds to the left 
* arrow key, you would use NamedKey::LEFTARROW.  
*****************************************************************************/

class NamedKey {

public:
 ////// Non-displayable ASCII characters //////
 static const int BACKSPACE;
 static const int ENTER;
 static const int ESCAPE;
 static const int DELETE_KEY;
 ////// Function keys //////
 static const int FUNCTION_1;
 static const int FUNCTION_2;
 static const int FUNCTION_3;
 static const int FUNCTION_4;
 static const int FUNCTION_5;
 static const int FUNCTION_6;
 static const int FUNCTION_7;
 static const int FUNCTION_8;
 static const int FUNCTION_9;
 static const int FUNCTION_10;
 static const int FUNCTION_11;
 static const int FUNCTION_12;

 ////// Arrow keys //////
 static const int LEFT_ARROW;
 static const int UP_ARROW;
 static const int RIGHT_ARROW;
 static const int DOWN_ARROW;
 ////// Other keys //////
 static const int PAGE_UP;
 static const int PAGE_DOWN;
 static const int HOME;
 static const int END;
 static const int INSERT;
private:
 //// Ignore ////
 static const int BASE;
 static const int LAST;
 // Should not be able to create an instance of NamedKey
 NamedKey() { };
 friend class KeyboardEvent;

};

/******************************************************************************

* The Color class is used by the system to represent color information 
* (of all things).  The default color object is simply black, but it is also
* possible to construct a color by specifying RGB (red, green, blue) and 
* RGBA (red, green, blue, alpha) component values.  The alpha channel 
* information is use to carry information about the opacity of the color.  
* It is possible that your renderer may not support this capability, in 
* which case it is simply ignored.
*
* <P>Currently, the internal representation of colors is unsigned characters,
* and the external representation uses integers.  This is not completely 
* satisfactory, because the user can create colors using invalid components.
* Currently, component values are clamped between 0 and 255 and issues a
* warning message when an out of bounds color is supplied. In future releases
* it may be desirable to use an internal and external representation that
* will more closely match.  The internal representation can be changed to
* use integers, but then the end user would have to use negative numbers to
* specify some values, which is not entirely intutitive.  Floating point
* values have the same sort of problem.
*****************************************************************************/ 

class Color { public:

 /**
  * Construct an empty color (which is by default, fully opaque black)
  */
 Color();
 /**
  * Construct a completely opaque color from three component hues 
  */
 Color(int red, int green, int blue);
 
 /**
  * Construct a color from the three component hues and an alpha channel.
  * This may be used to provide opacity information to the renderer.
  */
 Color(int red, int green, int blue, int alpha);
 /**
  * Comparison operator for equality on color objects
  */
 bool operator==(const Color& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operator for inequality on color objects
  */
 bool operator!=(const Color& rhs) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 // Obtain the specified component value
 int getRed()   const { return static_cast<int>(red); }
 int getGreen() const { return static_cast<int>(green); }
 int getBlue()  const { return static_cast<int>(blue); }
 int getAlpha() const { return static_cast<int>(alpha); }
 ////// Mutators //////
 // Modify the specified component value
 void setRed  (int value)  { red = checkValue(value, __RED); }
 void setGreen(int value)  { green = checkValue(value, __GREEN); }
 void setBlue (int value)  { blue = checkValue(value, __BLUE); }
 void setAlpha(int value)  { alpha = checkValue(value, __ALPHA); }
 ////// Some predefined colors ////////
 static const Color BLACK;
 static const Color WHITE;
 static const Color RED;
 static const Color GREEN;
 static const Color BLUE;

/* CPPDOC_BEGIN_EXCLUDE */ private:

 // Ignore these
 unsigned char red, green, blue, alpha;
 typedef enum { __RED, __GREEN, __BLUE, __ALPHA } ComponentName;
 std::string ComponentNameToString(ComponentName cn);
 unsigned char checkValue(int value, ComponentName cn);

/* CPPDOC_END_EXCLUDE */ };

// Declare the existance of operator<< on Color objects std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const Color& color);


/******************************************************************************

* The Image class 
*****************************************************************************/

class Image { public:

 /**
  * Image types currently supported
  *
* * * * *
JPEG JPEG Images
PNG PNG Images
SCREENAn image created from a region in a window
  */
 typedef enum {
   JPEG,  // JPEG images
   PNG,   // PNG images
   SCREEN, // An image created from region in a window
   NO_TYPE,
 } Type;
 Image(const std::string &file, const Type type);
 Image();
 ~Image();
 /**
  * Copy constructor 
  */ 
 Image(const Image& image);
 /**
  * Assignment operator
  */
 Image& operator=(const Image &rhs);
 /**
  * Comparison operator for equality on images
  */
 bool operator==(const Image& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operator for inequality on images
  */
 bool operator!=(const Image& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Save this image to a file of the specified type.
  */
 void save(const std::string &file, const Type type) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 /** 
  * Get the width of the image
  */
 int getWidth() const;
 /**
  * Get the height of the image
  */
 int getHeight() const;
 /** 
  * Get the type of the image
  */
 Type getType() const;
 /**
  * Class function for checking to see whether an Image exists 
  */
 static bool checkImage(const std::string &file, const Type type);
 /** 
  * Copy out a sub-portion of the image and return it.
  * This is very useful for creating an animation in a single image and then 
  * chopping it into an array of sprites in your program.
  */
 Image subImage(int x,int y,int w,int h);

protected: /* CPPDOC_BEGIN_EXCLUDE */

 //// Ignore these ////
 int width, height;
 int imagehandle;
 Type type;
 Image(int handle, int width, int height, Type type);
 friend class DaemonImp;
 friend class RENDERER;
 // this should be unnecessary
 friend class EditableImage;

/* CPPDOC_END_EXCLUDE */ };

// Declare the existance of operator<< on keyboard events std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const Image& image);

/******************************************************************************

* Images that can be manipulated at the pixel level.  EditableImages should
* be used when you want to either do lots and lots of pixel manipulation quickly
* or be able to modify other images.  You can use EditableImages just as you would
* Images, just that you can manipulate pixels.
* @see .Window#drawImage
* @since 2.1.4a
*****************************************************************************/

class EditableImage : public Image { public:

 /**
  * Copy constructor
  */
 EditableImage(const EditableImage &image);
 /**
  * Cast Image object up to an EditableImage
  */
 EditableImage(const Image &image);
 /**
  * Constructor to make an image that's width x height. 
  */
 EditableImage(int width, int height);
 ~EditableImage();
 /**
  * Assignment operator.  As always, assignment is done via references,
  * so this is a "shallow" copy of the image.  Changes to either the left-hand-side or
  * right-hand-side will affect the other.  
  * @see #clone
  */
 EditableImage &operator=(const EditableImage &image);
 
 /**
  * gets the color of the pixel at (x,y)
  */
 Color getPixel(int x, int y);
 /**
  * sets the color of the pixel at (x,y)
  */
 void  setPixel(int x, int y, const Color &c);
 /**
  * sets the color of the pixel at (x,y)
  */
 void  setPixel(int x, int y, unsigned char r, unsigned char g, unsigned char b, unsigned char a = 255);
 /**
  * return a "deep" copy of this image
  */
 EditableImage clone();

protected:

 /* CPPDOC_BEGIN_EXCLUDE */
 EditableImage clone(int imagehandle, int width, int height);
 EditableImage(int imagehandle, int width, int height);
 unsigned char *data;
 bool editable;
 int dataheight, datawidth;
 void *imageinstance;
 /* CPPDOC_END_EXCLUDE */

};

/******************************************************************************

* Class for representing fonts.  A new font object can be created given 
* the location of a TrueType font file, and a point size.
* 
* <p>For example to create a font for 20 point Arial, the user would do the 
* following:
* 
*
 *   Font myArial("/where/I/keep/my/fonts/arial.ttf", 20);
 * 
*
* <P>The string for specifing the font location is dependent upon the platform
* used.
* 
* <P>The user may also use the mutators to alter the font after creation.
* <P>Update: You can now also create a font using one of the built-in fonts. See {@link #Font(int,int)}.
*****************************************************************************/

class Font { public: // Matt Edlefsen 10/2007 removed gltt-based font constructor

 /*
  * Constructor for creating fonts from one of the builtin fonts.
  * @see #ROMAN
  * @see #MONO_ROMAN
  * @see #HELVETICA
  * @see #TIMES
  * @since 2.10
  */
 Font(int fontID, int pointsize);
 ~Font();
 /**
  * Copy constructor
  */
 Font(const Font& font);
 /**
  * Assignment operator
  */
 Font& operator=(const Font &rhs);
 /**
  * Comparison operator for equality on fonts
  */
 bool operator==(const Font& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operator for inequality on fonts
  */
 bool operator!=(const Font& rhs) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 std::string getFace() const;
 int getPointSize() const;
 ////// Mutators //////
 

//JRogers March/2008 // setFace will only work for TrueType fonts // void setFace(const std::string &face); //End patch

 void setPointSize(const int pointsize);
 /**
  * Class function for checking to see whether a font exists 
  */

//JRogers March/2008 I agree with Matt, checkFont is gone // static bool checkFont(const std::string &face, const int pointsize);

 /**
  * Get the dimensions of the specified text.  Put the results in width and height.
  * @param text [in] Text to measure
  * @param width [out] Width of the text.
  * @param height [out] Height of the text.
  * @since 2.1.2 
  */
 void getStringSize(const std::string &text, int &width, int &height);
 /**
  * stroked font, can be used at any resolution
  */
 static const int ROMAN;
 /**
  * stroked font, can be used at any resolution
  */
 static const int MONO_ROMAN;
 /**
  * bitmapped fonts, must be used at specific sizes;
  * helvetica sizes: 10,12, 18.
  */
 static const int HELVETICA;
 /**
  * bitmapped fonts, must be used at specific sizes;
  * times sizes: 10, 24.
  */
 static const int TIMES;
private:
 ////// Ignore //////
 std::string name;
 int size;
 int fonthandle;
 friend class DaemonImp;

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on keyboard events std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const Font& font);

/******************************************************************************

* Style objects are used to encapsulate several pieces of style information
* to be passed to drawing calls.  At the most basic level styles store color
* information, but they also contain information about line-widths, 
* the type of raster operation to use when rendering, and what pattern to use
* when drawing lines and outline primatives.
*
* <P>So if you want to draw a green line you could create a style like so:
* 
*
  
 *   Style mystyle = Style(Color::GREEN); 
 * 
*
* <P>or
*
*
 *   Style mystyle = Style(Color(0,0,255));
 * 
*
* <P>However, when you draw your line it will only be one pixel thick. If you
* want a thicker green line (3 pixels wide) you can do the following:
*
*
 *   Style mystyle = Style(Color::GREEN, 3);
 * 
* 
* <P>In another situation you might want to create an rubber-banding box by
* XORing and outline rectangle, so you would create the following style:
*
*
 *   Style mystyle = Style(Color::BLUE, 2, Style::XOR_OP);
 * 
*
* <P>Patterns for lines, arcs, and curves are represented using 16 bits.
*****************************************************************************/

class Style { private:

 // Ignore 
 static std::vector<bool> defaultpattern;
 

public:

 /**
  * Possible raster operations 
* * * * * * *
COPY_OP Simply draw the color, default behavior
INVERT_OP Invert the drawing surface's color
XOR_OP XOR drawing surface with color
AND_OP AND drawing surface with color
OR_OP OR drawing surface with color
  */
 typedef enum {
   COPY_OP,   // Simply draw the color, default behavior
   INVERT_OP, // Invert the drawing surface's color
   XOR_OP,    // XOR drawing surface with color
   AND_OP,    // AND drawing surface with color
   OR_OP      // OR  drawing surface with color
 } RasterOp;
 /**
  * Construct a style from a set of parameters
  */
 Style(Color col,              // Default values
       int lwidth              = 1, 
       RasterOp rop            = COPY_OP, 
       const std::vector<bool> &newpattern = defaultpattern);
 Style(const Style &s);
 Style &operator=(const Style& rhs);
 /**
  * Comparison operator for equality on style objects
  */
 bool operator==(const Style& rhs) const;
 /**
  * Comparison operator for inequality on style objects
  */
 bool operator!=(const Style& rhs) const;
 ////// Accessors //////
 Color        getColor() const;
 int          getLineWidth() const;
 RasterOp     getRasterOp() const;
 std::vector<bool> getPattern() const;
 unsigned short getPatternAsUShort() const;
 ////// Mutators //////
 void setRasterOp(RasterOp rop);
 void setColor(Color col);
 void setLineWidth(int value);
 void flipPatternBit(int position);
 void setPattern(const std::vector<bool> &newpattern);
 ////// Some predefined styles //////
 static const Style BLACK;
 static const Style WHITE;
 static const Style RED;
 static const Style GREEN;
 static const Style BLUE;
 static const Style INVERTED;
private:
 // Ignore these
 Color color; 
 int linewidth;
 RasterOp rasterop;
 unsigned short pattern;
 unsigned short bvectorToUShort(const std::vector<bool> &pattern);
 
 friend class RENDERER;

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on Style objects std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const Style& style);

/**

* TimerEvents are used to keep track of events that happen at regular intervals.
* Note: Do not instantiate one directly, use {@link .Window#registerNewTimerEvent} or 
* {@link .Window#startTimer} to create one.
*/

class TimerEvent {

public:
 TimerEvent(int timerid);
 TimerEvent();

TimerEvent(const TimerEvent &te);

 // Comparison for timer events
 bool operator==(const TimerEvent& rhs) const;
 bool operator!=(const TimerEvent& rhs) const;  
 int getTimerID() const;


private:
 //// Ignore ////
 int timerid;

};

// Declare the existance of operator<< on timer event objects std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& s, const TimerEvent& timer);

/******************************************************************************

* Transform objects are used to encapsulate image transformations:
* rotations and scales.  A transform object can be used to modify how
* an image is displayed.  Images displayed transformed might draw
* slower than untransformed images, depending on your system.
*****************************************************************************/

class Transform { public: Transform(); Transform(double rotation); Transform(double sx,double sy); Transform(double rotation,double sx,double sy);

void setRotation(double theta); void setScale(double sx,double sy); void setScaleX(double sx); void setScaleY(double sy);

double getScaleX() const; double getScaleY() const; double getRotation() const;

static const double SCALE; private: double scaleX,scaleY,theta; };

std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream &s, const Transform &transform);

/* CPPDOC_BEGIN_EXCLUDE */ template <class T> class SemaphoreT; /* CPPDOC_END_EXCLUDE */

/******************************************************************************

* The Window class is used to represent that actual drawing surfaces.  
* Currently on creating a new window object, a new window will open in user's
* operating environment.  The background color is black by default. 
*
* <P>Two different input paradigms have been provided.  One is event based,
* and requires deriving a new Window class and then starting the CarnegieMellonGraphics
* event handler (described below).  For this derived class to do something
* interesting, one or more of the "handle" member functions listed below 
* must be overridden. 
*
* <P>The other method of input works within the standard structured programming
* framework, and involves polling the "isQueueEmpty" functions to see if 
* an event has occurred, removing the event from the queue, and processing it
* as desired.
*
* <P>Drawing into the window is then simply a matter of calling the appropriate 
* member functions on the window.
*
* <P>Updates: 
*
* 
* <P>If you're working on a game, you will probably be interested in investigating
* the following functions: {@link #disableAutoPageFlip}, {@link #flipPage}, {@link #isKeyDown}, 
* {@link #isButtonDown}, {@link #isModifierDown}, and {@link #Window} (fullscreen mode).
*
*****************************************************************************/

class Window {

public:
 /**
  * Construct a new window with the specified size and title.
  * (defaults to 640 by 480, with "CarnegieMellonGraphics Window" as the title) 
  *
  * <p>This is the appropriate way to go into full screen mode.  To create a regular
  * windowed application, construct a window as follows:
  *
*
   *   Window myWindow();
   * 
  *
  * <p>or
  *
*
   *   Window myWindow(640,480,"my window"); // the last parameter defaults to false
   * 
  *
  * <p>To create a fullscreen window, pass true as the fourth parameter:
  *
*
   *   Window myFullScreenWindow(640,480,"my full screen window",true);
   * 
  *
  * If the dimensions of the window are not a standard dimension or one that is not
  * supported by your video card, the window will probably not be constructed and no
  * error will be reported.  Dimensions such as 320x200, 320x240, 400x300, 640x480,
  * 800x600, 1024x768, etc. are recommended for full screen mode.
  */
 Window(const int width = 640, const int height = 480, const std::string &title = std::string("CarnegieMellonGraphics Window"), bool fullscreen=false,int bitdepth=32,int refreshrate=60);
 /** 
  * An alternate constructor where you get to choose the position of the window as well as 
  * all of the other usual parameters.
  * @since 2.1.5
  */
 Window(int xpos, int ypos, int width, int height, const std::string &title = std::string("CarnegieMellonGraphics Window"), bool fullscreen=false,int bitdepth=32,int refreshrate=60);
 virtual ~Window();
 /** 
  * Hide this window.
  * @see #isHidden
  * @see #show
  */
 void hide();
 /** 
  * Show this window.
  * @see #hide
  * @see #isHidden
  */
 void show();
 /**
  * Tell if this window is hidden or not.
  * @see #hide
  * @see #show
  */
 bool isHidden();
 /**
  * Return the width of the window.
  * @see #getHeight
  */
 int getWidth() const;
 /**
  * Return the height of the window.
  * @see #getWidth
  */
 int getHeight() const;
 /**
  * Return the last location of mouse X position.
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #getMouseY
  * @see #isButtonDown
  */
 int getMouseX() const;
 /**
  * Return the last location of mouse Y position.
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #getMouseX
  * @see #isButtonDown
  */
 int getMouseY() const;
 /**
  * Register a timer event to occur after the specified number of milliseconds.  Only causes the timer
  * to go off once.  If you want repeated occurrences, you must re-register when you recieve the event.
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #setTimerCount
  * @see #startTimer
  * @see #stopTimer
  * @deprecated This has unnecessary overhead.  Use {@link #startTimer} instead.
  */
 TimerEvent registerNewTimerEvent(const int milliseconds);
 /**
  * Register a timer event to occur every specified interval until you stop it using {@link #stopTimer}.
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  * @see #setTimerCount
  * @see #stopTimer
  * @since 2.1.5
  */
 TimerEvent startTimer(int milliseconds);
 /**
  * Stop a timer that was started with {@link #startTimer}.
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  * @see #setTimerCount
  * @see #startTimer
  * @since 2.1.5
  */
 void stopTimer(const TimerEvent &timer);
 /**
  * Check whether there is input sitting in the Keyboard Queue.
  * @see #flushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #waitForKeyboardEvent
  */
 bool isKeyboardQueueEmpty();
 /**
  * Check whether there is input sitting in the Mouse Queue.
  * @see #flushMouseQueue
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #waitForMouseEvent
  */
 bool isMouseQueueEmpty();
 /**
  * Check whether there is input sitting in the Timer Queue.
  * @see #flushTimerQueue
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #waitForTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  */
 bool isTimerQueueEmpty();
 /**
  * Pull events off the front of the Keyboard event queue. 
  * Use {@link #isKeyDown} if you're interested in less precise input processing (i.e. when you're making a game).
  * @see #flushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #ignoreKeyRepeat
  * @see #isKeyboardQueueEmpty
  * @see #isKeyDown
  * @see #waitForKeyboardEvent
  */
 KeyboardEvent getKeyboardEvent();
 /**
  * Pull events off the front of the Mouse event queue
  * Use {@link #isButtonDown} if you're interested in less precise input processing (i.e. when you're making a game).
  * @see #flushMouseQueue
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isMouseQueueEmpty
  * @see #waitForMouseEvent
  */
 MouseEvent getMouseEvent();
 /**
  * Pull events off the front of the Timer event queue
  * Use {@link #getTimerCount} to get lower-overhead event processing.
  * @see #flushTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  * @see #waitForTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  */
 TimerEvent getTimerEvent();
 /**
  * Wait for a keyboard event to occur and then return the event.  If there are 
  * already events in the queue the function will return immediately.
  * @see #flushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #ignoreKeyRepeat
  * @see #isKeyboardQueueEmpty
  * @see #isKeyDown
  */
 KeyboardEvent waitForKeyboardEvent();
 /**
  * Wait for a mouse event to occur and then return the event.  If there are 
  * already events in the queue the function will return immediately.
  * @see #flushMouseQueue
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isMouseQueueEmpty
  */
 MouseEvent waitForMouseEvent();
 /**
  * Wait for a timer event to occur and then return the event.  If there are 
  * already events in the queue the function will return immediately.
  * @see #flushTimerQueue
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  */
 TimerEvent waitForTimerEvent();
 /**
  * Remove all pending messages in the keyboard event queue.
  * @see #autoFlushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #isKeyboardQueueEmpty
  * @see #isKeyDown
  * @see #waitForKeyboardEvent
  */
 void flushKeyboardQueue();
 /**
  * Remove all pending messages in the mouse event queue.
  * @see #autoFlushMouseQueue
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isMouseQueueEmpty
  * @see #waitForMouseEvent
  */
 void flushMouseQueue();
 /**
  * Remove all pending messages in the timer event queue.
  * @see #autoFlushTimerQueue
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  * @see #waitForTimerEvent
  */
 void flushTimerQueue();
 /**
  * Tells whether the specified key is down.  key can either be an ascii character,
  * like 'a' or a {@link NamedKey}, like {@link NamedKey#ESCAPE}.  isKeyDown will 
  * always return the same value for lowercase and uppercase version of the same letter.  
  * This is because there are ways to have a key be pressed in its lowercase form and then be
  * raised in its uppercase form (e.g. press 'a', then press shift, then release 'a').  You can
  * use {@link #isModifierDown} to test if a modifier was pressed at the time that the character was.
  * @since 2.1.2
  * @see #autoFlushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #flushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #ignoreKeyRepeat
  * @see #isKeyboardQueueEmpty
  * @see #isKeyDown
  * @see #isModifierDown
  * @see #waitForKeyboardEvent
  */
 bool isKeyDown(int key);
 /**
  * Tells whether a specified mouse button is down.  You can check for "chording" of mouse buttons
  * in this fashion.  For example:
*
   * if (isButtonDown(MouseEvent::LEFT_BUTTON) && isButtonDown(MouseEvent::RIGHT_BUTTON)) 
   *   // do something if both buttons are down
   * 
  * <p>This is the recommended method of input if you are writing a game.  If you need absolute 
  * precision, then do not use this function.  There is no guarantee that if a button is pressed
  * checking it in this fashion will ever show that it has been pressed.
  * <p>This should probably be used in conjuction with {@link #autoFlushMouseQueue}.
  * @since 2.1.2
  * @see #autoFlushMouseQueue
  * @see #flushMouseQueue
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isModifierDown
  * @see #isMouseQueueEmpty
  * @see #waitForMouseEvent
  */
 bool isButtonDown(MouseEvent::Button b);
 /**
  * Tells whether the specified modifier was pressed during the last recorded mouse or keyboard
  * event.  This will be accurate if there is a lot of keyboard/mouse input going on, but will probably
  * be innaccurate in other instances.  It is recommended that if you need precision to 
  * use the eventqueues.  This is an approximate way of getting whether a modifier is down.
  * @since 2.1.2
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isKeyDown
  */
 bool isModifierDown(KeyModifiers km);
 /**
  * Ignore repeated keystrokes sent to this window.  If this is disabled, keystrokes will
  * occur repeatedly which might be unwanted for games using the keyboard.
  * @since 2.1.2
  * @see #autoFlushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #isKeyDown
  */
 void ignoreKeyRepeat(bool ignore);
 /**
  * Get the number of times this timer event has occurred.  Generally used in 
  * conjunction with {@link @setTimerCount}, this is very good for making sure
  * that your program keeps a time (like maintaining a framerate).  
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  * @see #setTimerCount
  * @since 2.1.2
  */
 int getTimerCount(const TimerEvent &te);
 /**
  * Changes the count for a timer.  This is useful for resetting a timer's count
  * once you've checked it.
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  * @since 2.1.2
  */
 void setTimerCount(const TimerEvent &te, int count = 0);
 /**
  * Automatically lets you ignore the events in the keyboard message queue.  You should use
  * this if you want to ignore the event queue altogether.  Enabling/disabling this will not
  * affect {@link #isKeyDown}.  It is possible that the queue will at some point contain 
  * messages, but it will be flushed eventually.
  * @see #autoFlushMouseQueue
  * @see #autoFlushTimerQueue
  * @see #flushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  * @see #isKeyboardQueueEmpty
  * @see #isKeyDown 
  * @see #isModifierDown
  * @since 2.1.2
  */
 void autoFlushKeyboardQueue(bool enable);
 /**
  * Automatically lets you ignore the events in the mouse message queue.  You should use
  * this if you want to ignore the event queue altogether.  Enabling/disabling this will not
  * affect {@link #isButtonDown}.  It is possible that the queue will at some point contain 
  * messages, but it will be flushed eventually.
  * @see #autoFlushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #autoFlushTimerQueue
  * @see #flushMouseQueue
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  * @see #isButtonDown
  * @see #isModifierDown
  * @see #isMouseQueueEmpty
  * @since 2.1.2
  */
 void autoFlushMouseQueue(bool enable);
 /**
  * Automatically lets you ignore the events in the timer message queue.  You should use
  * this if you want to ignore the event queue altogether.  Enabling/disabling this will not
  * affect {@link #getTimerCount}.  It is possible that the queue will at some point contain 
  * messages, but it will be flushed eventually.
  * @see #autoFlushKeyboardQueue
  * @see #autoFlushMouseQueue
  * @see #flushTimerQueue
  * @see #getTimerCount
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #isTimerQueueEmpty
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  * @since 2.1.2
  */
 void autoFlushTimerQueue(bool enable);
 /** 
  * 
  */

// void ignoreRepeatKeys(bool enable);

 /**
  * Functions to add events to the input queues.
  * These should generally not be used, but it is
  * possible they may be useful in some circumstances.
  * <P>Note:  calling this function will not set the key to be down
  * @see #getKeyboardEvent
  */
 void addKeyboardEvent(const KeyboardEvent& keyboard);
 /**
  * Functions to add events to the input queues.
  * These should generally not be used, but it is
  * possible they may be useful in some circumstances.
  * <P>Note:  calling this function will not set the button to be down
  * @see #getMouseEvent
  */
 void addMouseEvent(const MouseEvent& mouse);
 /**
  * Functions to add events to the input queues.
  * These should generally not be used, but it is
  * possible they may be useful in some circumstances.
  * @see #getTimerEvent
  * @see #registerNewTimerEvent
  */
 void addTimerEvent(const TimerEvent& timer);
 ////// Drawing commands //////
 /**
  * Draw a pixel at (x,y) with style s.
  * If you want to do a lot of bit manipulation, you should use {@link .EditableImage}.  
  * drawPixel can be slow if you do a lot of pixel-level editing.
  * @see .EditableImage
  */
 void drawPixel(const Style &s, const int x, const int y);
 /**
  * Draw a line from (x1,y1) to (x2, y2) with style s
  */
 void drawLine(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2);
 /**
  * Draw a polyline using the specified style and the two vectors to specifiy vertices
  */
 void drawPolyLine(const Style &s, const std::vector<int>& xcoords, const std::vector<int>& ycoords);
 /**
  * Draw an elliptical arc from angle start to end in degrees.  The x and y
  * coordinates specify the bounding box of the ellipse 
  */
 void drawArc(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const double start, const double end);
 /**
  * Draw a filled rectangle with (x1, y1) as the upper left-hand corner,
  * and (x2, y2) as the lower right-hand corner with style s
  */
 void drawRectangleFilled(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2);
 /**
  * Draw a rectangle outline with (x1, y1) as the upper left-hand corner,
  * and (x2, y2) as the lower right-hand corner with style s
  */
 void drawRectangleOutline(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2);
 /**
  * Draw a filled triangle with vertices (x1, y1), (x2, y2), (x3, y3) with in style s
  */
 void drawTriangleFilled(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const int x3, const int y3);
 /** 
  * Draw a triangle outline with vertices (x1, y1), (x2, y2), (x3, y3) with in style s
  */
 void drawTriangleOutline(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const int x3, const int y3);
 /**
  * Draw a filled circle with style s and the specified radius at point (x, y)
  */
 void drawCircleFilled(const Style &s, const int x, const int y, const int radius);
 /**
  * Draw a circle outline with style s and the specified radius at point (x, y)
  */
 void drawCircleOutline(const Style &s, const int x, const int y, const int radius);
 /**
  * Draw a filled ellipse with inside the bounding box specfied by the two 
  * points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2)
  */
 void drawEllipseFilled(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2);
 /**
  * Draw an ellipse outline with inside the bounding box specified by the two
  * points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2)
  */
 void drawEllipseOutline(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2);
 /**
  * Draw a filled elliptical wedge with from start to end degrees
  * The two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) specify the bounding box
  */
 void drawWedgeFilled(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const double start, const double end);
 /**
  * Draw an elliptical wedge outline with from start to end degrees
  * The two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) specify the bounding box
  */
 void drawWedgeOutline(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const double start, const double end);
 /** 
  * Draw a filled elliptical chord with from start to end degrees
  * The two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) specify the bounding box
  */
 void drawChordFilled(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const double start, const double end);
 /**
  * Draw an elliptical chord outline with from start to end degrees
  * The two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) specify the bounding box
  */
 void drawChordOutline(const Style &s, const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const double start, const double end);
 /**
  * Draw a filled polygon using the specified style and the two vectors to specifiy vertices
  */
 void drawPolygonFilled(const Style &s, const std::vector<int>& xcoords, const std::vector<int>& ycoords);
 /**
  * Draw a polygon outline using the specified style and the two vectors to specifiy vertices
  */
 void drawPolygonOutline(const Style &s, const std::vector<int>& xcoords, const std::vector<int>& ycoords);
 /**
  * Draw a bezier curve using the specified style, and the two vectors specifying the control points
  */
 void drawBezierCurve(const Style &s, const std::vector<int>& xcoords, const std::vector<int>& ycoords);
 /**
  * Draw the image at with its upper right-hand corner located at (x,y)
  * @see #drawImage(constImage&,constint,constint,constTransform&)
  * @see .Image
  */
 void drawImage(const Image &image, const int x, const int y);
 /**
  * Draw the image at with its upper right-hand corner located at (x,y) using the specified transform
  * @see #drawImage(constImage&,constint,constint)
  * @see .Image
  * @since 2.10
  */
 void drawImage(const Image &image, const int x, const int y,const Transform &transform);
 /**
  * Draw text in the specified font and style
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #numberToString(int)
  * @see #numberToString(double)
  */
 void drawText(const Style &s, const Font &f, const int x, const int y, const std::string& text);
 /**
  * Draw text in the specified font and style, using the specified transform
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #numberToString(int)
  * @see #numberToString(double)
  * @since 2.10
  */
 void drawText(const Style &s, const Font &f, const int x, const int y, const std::string& text,const Transform &transform);  
 /**
  * Convert the given number to a string.  Recommended for use with drawText.
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #numberToString(double, int)
  * @since 2.1.4a
  */
 static std::string numberToString(int n);
 /**
  * Convert the given double number to a string.  Recommended for use with drawText.
  * @param d [in] number to convert to string
  * @param precision [in, optional] number of digits of precision (numbers after decimal point)
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #drawText(constStyle&,constFont&,constint,constint,conststring&,constTransform&)
  * @see #numberToString(int)
  * @since 2.1.4a
  */
 static std::string numberToString(double d, int precision = -1);
 /**
  * Create an image from the rectangular region with an upper-left hand corner at (x, y)
  * @see .Image
  * @see #drawImage
  */
 Image createImage(const int x, const int y, const int width, const int height);
 /**
  * Return the color at point (x, y)
  */
 Color readPixel(const int x, const int y);
 /**
  * Copy the rectangular region at (x1, y1) to (x2, y2)
  */
 void copyRegion(const int x1, const int y1, const int x2, const int y2, const int width, const int height);

// Matt Edlefsen 10/2007 AutoPageFlip is gone // flipPage is now simply reDraw

 /**
  * Force redraw of window.  Used to flush all changes to the screen.
  */
 void flipPage();
 void reDraw();
 /**
  * Event handlers for when in event handling mode.  To be useful you must 
  * derive your own version of Window that overides these functions
  * @see .WindowManager
  */
 virtual void handleKeyboardEvent(const KeyboardEvent& event);
 /**
  * Event handlers for when in event handling mode.  To be useful you must 
  * derive your own version of Window that overides these functions
  * @see .WindowManager
  */
 virtual void handleMouseEvent(const MouseEvent& event);
 /**
  * Event handlers for when in event handling mode.  To be useful you must 
  * derive your own version of Window that overides these functions
  * @see .WindowManager
  */
 virtual void handleIdleEvent();
 /**
  * Event handlers for when in event handling mode.  To be useful you must 
  * derive your own version of Window that overides these functions
  * @see .WindowManager
  */
 virtual void handleTimerEvent(const TimerEvent& event);
 /** 
  * Renderer dependent capability.  If not supported by current
  * renderer these will be ignored.  Initial state is also dependent on 
  * the supplied renderer.
  */
 void enableAntialiasing();
 /** 
  * Renderer dependent capability.  If not supported by current
  * renderer these will be ignored.  Initial state is also dependent on 
  * the supplied renderer.
  */
 void disableAntialiasing();
 
 /** 
  * @deprecated Do not use. This works only on some systems.  To ensure that you will always go into fullscreen mode, use the constructor {@link #Window}.
  */
 void enableFullScreen(int bitdepth=16,int refreshrate=60);
 /** 
  * @deprecated Do not use. This works only on some systems.  To ensure that you will always go into fullscreen mode, use the constructor {@link #Window}.
  */
 void disableFullScreen();
 /**
  * Set filters on the input queues, useful in eliminating non-interesting
  * events.  Intended for advanced users only. If set to NULL, no filtering 
  * is performed.  If set to some value, only events that do not match the 
  * event pattern will be placed into the queue.  By default, when not using 
  * the CarnegieMellonGraphics event handler, MOUSE_MOVE events are filtered out to prevent 
  * unnecessary events from cluttering the queue.  
  * @see #setMouseFilter
  */
 MouseEvent getMouseFilter();
 /**
  * Set filters on the input queues, useful in eliminating non-interesting
  * events.  Intended for advanced users only. If set to NULL, no filtering 
  * is performed.  If set to some value, only events that do not match the 
  * event pattern will be placed into the queue.   There is no default 
  * keyboard filter.
  * @see #setKeyboardFilter
  */
 KeyboardEvent getKeyboardFilter();
 /**
  * Set filters on the input queues, useful in eliminating non-interesting
  * events.  Intended for advanced users only. If set to NULL, no filtering 
  * is performed.  If set to some value, only events that do not match the 
  * event pattern will be placed into the queue.   There is no default 
  * timer filter.
  * @see #setTimerFilter
  */
 TimerEvent getTimerFilter();
 /**
  * Change the filter for the mouse queue.  
  * @see #getMouseFilter
  */
 void setMouseFilter(const MouseEvent &filter);
 /**
  * Change the filter for the keyboard queue.  
  * @see #getKeyboardFilter
  */
 void setKeyboardFilter(const KeyboardEvent &filter);
 /**
  * Change the filter for the timer queue.  
  * @see #getTimerFilter
  */
 void setTimerFilter(const TimerEvent &filter);
 /** 
  * Changes the size of the window after creation.
  * @since 2.1.5
  * @see #getPosition
  * @see #setPosition
  * @see #setTitle
  */
 void resize(int newwidth, int newheight);
 /**
  * Changes the position of the window after creation.
  * @since 2.1.5
  * @see #getPosition
  * @see #resize
  * @see #setTitle
  */
 void setPosition(int x, int y);
 /**
  * Retrieves the current position of the window.
  * @since 2.1.5
  * @param x [out] x position of the window
  * @param y [out] y position of the window
  * @see #resize
  * @see #setTitle
  * @see #setPosition
  */
 void getPosition(int &x, int &y);
 /**
  * Changes the title of the window after creation.
  * @since 2.1.5
  * @see #getPosition
  * @see #setPosition
  * @see #resize
  */
 void setTitle(const std::string &title);


 ///// 20/Mar/2007  JRogers Wait for drawing queue to empty
 void finishDrawing();
 //// JRogers erase to background color (default Color::BLACK)
 void erase( Color background = Color::BLACK );
 //////////////

/* CPPDOC_BEGIN_EXCLUDE */

 typedef long SafeWindowPtr;

/* CPPDOC_END_EXCLUDE */

private:
 ////// Ignore these //////
 void _init(int xpos, int ypos, int width, int height, const std::string &title, bool fullscreen,int bitdepth,int refreshrate);
 std::deque<MouseEvent*> mousequeue;
 std::deque<KeyboardEvent*> keyqueue;
 std::deque<TimerEvent*> timerqueue;
 // Prevent passing by value -- does not operate as desired
 Window (const Window& window);
 // Prevent assignment on windows because it is ill defined.
 Window& operator=(const Window& rhs);  
 // Comparison on windows is also ill defined.
 bool operator==(const Window& rhs) const;
 bool operator!=(const Window& rhs) const;
 void _setWindowSize(int newheight, int newwidth);
 int width, height;
 int mousex, mousey;
 MouseEvent mousefilter;
 KeyboardEvent keyfilter;
 TimerEvent timerfilter;
 class PortMutex* mousemutex;
 class PortMutex* keymutex;
 class PortMutex* timermutex;
 class PortMutex* sizemutex;
 SemaphoreT<Color> *colorsignal;
 SemaphoreT<Image> *imagesignal;
 SemaphoreT<std::pair<int, int> > *positionsignal;
 bool hidden, m_autoPageFlipStatus;
 bool autoflushkeyboard,autoflushmouse,autoflushtimer;
 class Semaphore *mousesem,*keyboardsem,*timersem;
 std::map<int,bool> key_state;
 std::map<MouseEvent::Button,bool> button_state;
 std::map<int,int> timer_count; 
 KeyModifiers currentmodifiers;
 class Daemon *daemon;
 friend class DaemonImp;
 friend class RENDERER;

};

/******************************************************************************

* The FullScreenWindow class does everything a normal window does but its 
* constructor automatically makes the window full screen. 
*****************************************************************************/

class FullScreenWindow : public Window { public:

 FullScreenWindow(int width = 640, int height = 480, int bitdepth=32, int refreshrate=60);

};

/******************************************************************************

* The WindowManager class is used when operating the library in an event driven
* mode.  For this to do anything useful, you must first derive your own Window
* class that overloads some of the eventhandlers.  After that, all you
* need to do is call WindowManager::handleEvents() somewhere in your code, and
* it will begin event handling for you.  To exit out of the handler, simply 
* call WindowManager::exitHandler() somewhere inside your derived Window class.
* The event handler will clear our input filters on a window when started,
* but will return them to their original state upon exiting.
*
* WindowManager also encapsulates some simple timing commands.
*****************************************************************************/

class WindowManager { public:

 /**
  * Called to begin event handling
  */
 static void handleEvents();
 /**
  * Called inside the event loop to exit the handle
  */
 static void exitHandler();
 /**
  * Return the number of "ticks" that have ellapsed since the
  * program was started.  A "tick" is usually a microsecond (as it 
  * depends on the platfrom the library was compiled). 
  * This number will probably wrap around after about half an hour.
  */
 static unsigned long getTime();
private:
 ////// Ignore these //////
 static void registerWindow(Window *window);
 static void removeWindow(Window *window);
 // Not allowed to create instances of WindowManager.
 WindowManager() { };
 friend class Window;

};

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

  1. endif //__CARNEGIEMELLONGRAPHICS_H__

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