nmps

simple network-based command-line rpg wrote in c99
git clone git://git.kocotian.pl/nmps.git
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commit e0458872b2dfc8eeeff914ea6ebd6c4dfd945d5d
parent bacc6b12e141c44dad25e53ace62500227589783
Author: kocotian <kocotian@kocotian.pl>
Date:   Mon,  9 Nov 2020 17:50:13 +0100

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ALICENSE_LIBSL | 24++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Adrw.c | 435+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Adrw.h | 57+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Autil.c | 36++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Autil.h | 8++++++++
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Library users should use + * drw_fontset_create instead. + */ +static Fnt * +xfont_create(Drw *drw, const char *fontname, FcPattern *fontpattern) +{ + Fnt *font; + XftFont *xfont = NULL; + FcPattern *pattern = NULL; + + if (fontname) { + /* Using the pattern found at font->xfont->pattern does not yield the + * same substitution results as using the pattern returned by + * FcNameParse; using the latter results in the desired fallback + * behaviour whereas the former just results in missing-character + * rectangles being drawn, at least with some fonts. */ + if (!(xfont = XftFontOpenName(drw->dpy, drw->screen, fontname))) { + fprintf(stderr, "error, cannot load font from name: '%s'\n", fontname); + return NULL; + } + if (!(pattern = FcNameParse((FcChar8 *) fontname))) { + fprintf(stderr, "error, cannot parse font name to pattern: '%s'\n", fontname); + XftFontClose(drw->dpy, xfont); + return NULL; + } + } else if (fontpattern) { + if (!(xfont = XftFontOpenPattern(drw->dpy, fontpattern))) { + fprintf(stderr, "error, cannot load font from pattern.\n"); + return NULL; + } + } else { + die("no font specified."); + } + + /* Do not allow using color fonts. This is a workaround for a BadLength + * error from Xft with color glyphs. Modelled on the Xterm workaround. See + * https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1498269 + * https://lists.suckless.org/dev/1701/30932.html + * https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=916349 + * and lots more all over the internet. + */ + FcBool iscol; + if(FcPatternGetBool(xfont->pattern, FC_COLOR, 0, &iscol) == FcResultMatch && iscol) { + XftFontClose(drw->dpy, xfont); + return NULL; + } + + font = ecalloc(1, sizeof(Fnt)); + font->xfont = xfont; + font->pattern = pattern; + font->h = xfont->ascent + xfont->descent; + font->dpy = drw->dpy; + + return font; +} + +static void +xfont_free(Fnt *font) +{ + if (!font) + return; + if (font->pattern) + FcPatternDestroy(font->pattern); + XftFontClose(font->dpy, font->xfont); + free(font); +} + +Fnt* +drw_fontset_create(Drw* drw, const char *fonts[], size_t fontcount) +{ + Fnt *cur, *ret = NULL; + size_t i; + + if (!drw || !fonts) + return NULL; + + for (i = 1; i <= fontcount; i++) { + if ((cur = xfont_create(drw, fonts[fontcount - i], NULL))) { + cur->next = ret; + ret = cur; + } + } + return (drw->fonts = ret); +} + +void +drw_fontset_free(Fnt *font) +{ + if (font) { + drw_fontset_free(font->next); + xfont_free(font); + } +} + +void +drw_clr_create(Drw *drw, Clr *dest, const char *clrname) +{ + if (!drw || !dest || !clrname) + return; + + if (!XftColorAllocName(drw->dpy, DefaultVisual(drw->dpy, drw->screen), + DefaultColormap(drw->dpy, drw->screen), + clrname, dest)) + die("error, cannot allocate color '%s'", clrname); +} + +/* Wrapper to create color schemes. The caller has to call free(3) on the + * returned color scheme when done using it. */ +Clr * +drw_scm_create(Drw *drw, const char *clrnames[], size_t clrcount) +{ + size_t i; + Clr *ret; + + /* need at least two colors for a scheme */ + if (!drw || !clrnames || clrcount < 2 || !(ret = ecalloc(clrcount, sizeof(XftColor)))) + return NULL; + + for (i = 0; i < clrcount; i++) + drw_clr_create(drw, &ret[i], clrnames[i]); + return ret; +} + +void +drw_setfontset(Drw *drw, Fnt *set) +{ + if (drw) + drw->fonts = set; +} + +void +drw_setscheme(Drw *drw, Clr *scm) +{ + if (drw) + drw->scheme = scm; +} + +void +drw_rect(Drw *drw, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h, int filled, int invert) +{ + if (!drw || !drw->scheme) + return; + XSetForeground(drw->dpy, drw->gc, invert ? drw->scheme[ColBg].pixel : drw->scheme[ColFg].pixel); + if (filled) + XFillRectangle(drw->dpy, drw->drawable, drw->gc, x, y, w, h); + else + XDrawRectangle(drw->dpy, drw->drawable, drw->gc, x, y, w - 1, h - 1); +} + +int +drw_text(Drw *drw, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h, unsigned int lpad, const char *text, int invert) +{ + char buf[1024]; + int ty; + unsigned int ew; + XftDraw *d = NULL; + Fnt *usedfont, *curfont, *nextfont; + size_t i, len; + int utf8strlen, utf8charlen, render = x || y || w || h; + long utf8codepoint = 0; + const char *utf8str; + FcCharSet *fccharset; + FcPattern *fcpattern; + FcPattern *match; + XftResult result; + int charexists = 0; + + if (!drw || (render && !drw->scheme) || !text || !drw->fonts) + return 0; + + if (!render) { + w = ~w; + } else { + XSetForeground(drw->dpy, drw->gc, drw->scheme[invert ? ColFg : ColBg].pixel); + XFillRectangle(drw->dpy, drw->drawable, drw->gc, x, y, w, h); + d = XftDrawCreate(drw->dpy, drw->drawable, + DefaultVisual(drw->dpy, drw->screen), + DefaultColormap(drw->dpy, drw->screen)); + x += lpad; + w -= lpad; + } + + usedfont = drw->fonts; + while (1) { + utf8strlen = 0; + utf8str = text; + nextfont = NULL; + while (*text) { + utf8charlen = utf8decode(text, &utf8codepoint, UTF_SIZ); + for (curfont = drw->fonts; curfont; curfont = curfont->next) { + charexists = charexists || XftCharExists(drw->dpy, curfont->xfont, utf8codepoint); + if (charexists) { + if (curfont == usedfont) { + utf8strlen += utf8charlen; + text += utf8charlen; + } else { + nextfont = curfont; + } + break; + } + } + + if (!charexists || nextfont) + break; + else + charexists = 0; + } + + if (utf8strlen) { + drw_font_getexts(usedfont, utf8str, utf8strlen, &ew, NULL); + /* shorten text if necessary */ + for (len = MIN(utf8strlen, sizeof(buf) - 1); len && ew > w; len--) + drw_font_getexts(usedfont, utf8str, len, &ew, NULL); + + if (len) { + memcpy(buf, utf8str, len); + buf[len] = '\0'; + if (len < utf8strlen) + for (i = len; i && i > len - 3; buf[--i] = '.') + ; /* NOP */ + + if (render) { + ty = y + (h - usedfont->h) / 2 + usedfont->xfont->ascent; + XftDrawStringUtf8(d, &drw->scheme[invert ? ColBg : ColFg], + usedfont->xfont, x, ty, (XftChar8 *)buf, len); + } + x += ew; + w -= ew; + } + } + + if (!*text) { + break; + } else if (nextfont) { + charexists = 0; + usedfont = nextfont; + } else { + /* Regardless of whether or not a fallback font is found, the + * character must be drawn. */ + charexists = 1; + + fccharset = FcCharSetCreate(); + FcCharSetAddChar(fccharset, utf8codepoint); + + if (!drw->fonts->pattern) { + /* Refer to the comment in xfont_create for more information. */ + die("the first font in the cache must be loaded from a font string."); + } + + fcpattern = FcPatternDuplicate(drw->fonts->pattern); + FcPatternAddCharSet(fcpattern, FC_CHARSET, fccharset); + FcPatternAddBool(fcpattern, FC_SCALABLE, FcTrue); + FcPatternAddBool(fcpattern, FC_COLOR, FcFalse); + + FcConfigSubstitute(NULL, fcpattern, FcMatchPattern); + FcDefaultSubstitute(fcpattern); + match = XftFontMatch(drw->dpy, drw->screen, fcpattern, &result); + + FcCharSetDestroy(fccharset); + FcPatternDestroy(fcpattern); + + if (match) { + usedfont = xfont_create(drw, NULL, match); + if (usedfont && XftCharExists(drw->dpy, usedfont->xfont, utf8codepoint)) { + for (curfont = drw->fonts; curfont->next; curfont = curfont->next) + ; /* NOP */ + curfont->next = usedfont; + } else { + xfont_free(usedfont); + usedfont = drw->fonts; + } + } + } + } + if (d) + XftDrawDestroy(d); + + return x + (render ? w : 0); +} + +void +drw_map(Drw *drw, Window win, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h) +{ + if (!drw) + return; + + XCopyArea(drw->dpy, drw->drawable, win, drw->gc, x, y, w, h, x, y); + XSync(drw->dpy, False); +} + +unsigned int +drw_fontset_getwidth(Drw *drw, const char *text) +{ + if (!drw || !drw->fonts || !text) + return 0; + return drw_text(drw, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, text, 0); +} + +void +drw_font_getexts(Fnt *font, const char *text, unsigned int len, unsigned int *w, unsigned int *h) +{ + XGlyphInfo ext; + + if (!font || !text) + return; + + XftTextExtentsUtf8(font->dpy, font->xfont, (XftChar8 *)text, len, &ext); + if (w) + *w = ext.xOff; + if (h) + *h = font->h; +} + +Cur * +drw_cur_create(Drw *drw, int shape) +{ + Cur *cur; + + if (!drw || !(cur = ecalloc(1, sizeof(Cur)))) + return NULL; + + cur->cursor = XCreateFontCursor(drw->dpy, shape); + + return cur; +} + +void +drw_cur_free(Drw *drw, Cur *cursor) +{ + if (!cursor) + return; + + XFreeCursor(drw->dpy, cursor->cursor); + free(cursor); +} diff --git a/drw.h b/drw.h @@ -0,0 +1,57 @@ +/* See LICENSE_LIBSL file for copyright and license details. */ + +typedef struct { + Cursor cursor; +} Cur; + +typedef struct Fnt { + Display *dpy; + unsigned int h; + XftFont *xfont; + FcPattern *pattern; + struct Fnt *next; +} Fnt; + +enum { ColFg, ColBg }; /* Clr scheme index */ +typedef XftColor Clr; + +typedef struct { + unsigned int w, h; + Display *dpy; + int screen; + Window root; + Drawable drawable; + GC gc; + Clr *scheme; + Fnt *fonts; +} Drw; + +/* Drawable abstraction */ +Drw *drw_create(Display *dpy, int screen, Window win, unsigned int w, unsigned int h); +void drw_resize(Drw *drw, unsigned int w, unsigned int h); +void drw_free(Drw *drw); + +/* Fnt abstraction */ +Fnt *drw_fontset_create(Drw* drw, const char *fonts[], size_t fontcount); +void drw_fontset_free(Fnt* set); +unsigned int drw_fontset_getwidth(Drw *drw, const char *text); +void drw_font_getexts(Fnt *font, const char *text, unsigned int len, unsigned int *w, unsigned int *h); + +/* Colorscheme abstraction */ +void drw_clr_create(Drw *drw, Clr *dest, const char *clrname); +Clr *drw_scm_create(Drw *drw, const char *clrnames[], size_t clrcount); + +/* Cursor abstraction */ +Cur *drw_cur_create(Drw *drw, int shape); +void drw_cur_free(Drw *drw, Cur *cursor); + +/* Drawing context manipulation */ +void drw_setfontset(Drw *drw, Fnt *set); +void drw_setscheme(Drw *drw, Clr *scm); + +/* Drawing functions */ +void drw_rect(Drw *drw, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h, int filled, int invert); +int drw_text(Drw *drw, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h, unsigned int lpad, const char *text, int invert); + +/* Map functions */ +void drw_map(Drw *drw, Window win, int x, int y, unsigned int w, unsigned int h); diff --git a/util.c b/util.c @@ -0,0 +1,36 @@ +/* See LICENSE_LIBSL file for copyright and license details. */ + +#include <stdarg.h> +#include <stdio.h> +#include <stdlib.h> +#include <string.h> + +#include "util.h" + +void * +ecalloc(size_t nmemb, size_t size) +{ + void *p; + + if (!(p = calloc(nmemb, size))) + die("calloc:"); + return p; +} + +void +die(const char *fmt, ...) { + va_list ap; + + va_start(ap, fmt); + vfprintf(stderr, fmt, ap); + va_end(ap); + + if (fmt[0] && fmt[strlen(fmt)-1] == ':') { + fputc(' ', stderr); + perror(NULL); + } else { + fputc('\n', stderr); + } + + exit(1); +} diff --git a/util.h b/util.h @@ -0,0 +1,8 @@ +/* See LICENSE_LIBSL file for copyright and license details. */ + +#define MAX(A, B) ((A) > (B) ? (A) : (B)) +#define MIN(A, B) ((A) < (B) ? (A) : (B)) +#define BETWEEN(X, A, B) ((A) <= (X) && (X) <= (B)) + +void die(const char *fmt, ...); +void *ecalloc(size_t nmemb, size_t size);