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TeXFont_PK.cpp

// -*- Mode: C++; c-basic-offset: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-brace-offset: 0; -*-
/*
 * Copyright (c) 1994 Paul Vojta.  All rights reserved.
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 */

/*
 * DVI previewer for X.
 *
 * Eric Cooper, CMU, September 1985.
 *
 * Code derived from dvi-imagen.c.
 *
 * Modification history:
 * 1/1986        Modified for X.10        --Bob Scheifler, MIT LCS.
 * 7/1988        Modified for X.11        --Mark Eichin, MIT
 * 12/1988        Added 'R' option, toolkit, magnifying glass
 *                                        --Paul Vojta, UC Berkeley.
 * 2/1989        Added tpic support       --Jeffrey Lee, U of Toronto
 * 4/1989        Modified for System V    --Donald Richardson, Clarkson Univ.
 * 3/1990        Added VMS support        --Scott Allendorf, U of Iowa
 * 7/1990        Added reflection mode    --Michael Pak, Hebrew U of Jerusalem
 * 1/1992        Added greyscale code     --Till Brychcy, Techn. Univ. Muenchen
 *                                          and Lee Hetherington, MIT
 * 4/1994        Added DPS support, bounding box
 *                                        --Ricardo Telichevesky
 *                                          and Luis Miguel Silveira, MIT RLE.
 */

#include <config.h>

#include "TeXFont_PK.h"
#include "fontpool.h"
#include "kvs_debug.h"
#include "xdvi.h"

#include <klocale.h>

#include <QFile>
#include <QImage>

#include <cmath>
#include <math.h>

//#define DEBUG_PK

#define        PK_PRE          247
#define        PK_ID           89
#define        PK_MAGIC        (PK_PRE << 8) + PK_ID


extern void oops(const QString& message);



TeXFont_PK::TeXFont_PK(TeXFontDefinition *parent)
  : TeXFont(parent)
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::TeXFont_PK( parent=" << parent << ")";
#endif

  for(unsigned int i=0; i<TeXFontDefinition::max_num_of_chars_in_font; i++)
    characterBitmaps[i] = 0;
  file = fopen(QFile::encodeName(parent->filename), "r");
  if (file == 0)
    kError(kvs::dvi) << i18n("Cannot open font file %1.", parent->filename) << endl;
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  else
    kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::TeXFont_PK(): file opened successfully";
#endif

  read_PK_index();

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::TeXFont_PK() ended";
#endif
}


TeXFont_PK::~TeXFont_PK()
{
  //@@@ Release bitmaps

  if (file != 0) {
    fclose(file);
    file = 0;
  }
}


glyph* TeXFont_PK::getGlyph(quint16 ch, bool generateCharacterPixmap, const QColor& color)
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::getGlyph( ch=" << ch << ", generateCharacterPixmap=" << generateCharacterPixmap << " )";
#endif

  // Paranoia checks
  if (ch >= TeXFontDefinition::max_num_of_chars_in_font) {
    kError(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::getGlyph(): Argument is too big." << endl;
    return glyphtable;
  }

  // This is the address of the glyph that will be returned.
  class glyph *g = glyphtable+ch;

  // Check if the glyph is loaded. If not, load it now.
  if (characterBitmaps[ch] == 0) {
    // If the character is not defined in the PK file, mark the
    // character as missing, and print an error message
    if (g->addr == 0) {
      kError(kvs::dvi) << i18n("TexFont_PK::operator[]: Character %1 not defined in font %2", ch, parent->filename) << endl;
      g->addr = -1;
      return g;
    }

    // If the character has already been marked as missing, just
    // return a pointer to the glyph (which will then be empty)
    if (g->addr == -1)
      return g;

    // Otherwise, try to load the character
    fseek(file, g->addr, 0);
    read_PK_char(ch);
    // Check if the character could be loaded. If not, mark the
    // character as 'missing', and return a pointer.
    if (characterBitmaps[ch]->bits == 0) {
      g->addr = -1;
      return g;
    }
  }

  // At this point, g points to a properly loaded character. Generate
  // a smoothly scaled QPixmap if the user asks for it.
  if ((generateCharacterPixmap == true) &&
      ((g->shrunkenCharacter.isNull()) || (color != g->color)) &&
      (characterBitmaps[ch]->w != 0)) {
    g->color = color;
    double shrinkFactor = 1200 / parent->displayResolution_in_dpi;

    // All is fine? Then we rescale the bitmap in order to produce the
    // required pixmap.  Rescaling a character, however, is an art
    // that requires some explanation...
    //
    // If we would just divide the size of the character and the
    // coordinates by the shrink factor, then the result would look
    // quite ugly: due to the ineviatable rounding errors in the
    // integer arithmetic, the characters would be displaced by up to
    // a pixel. That doesn't sound much, but on low-resolution
    // devices, such as a notebook screen, the effect would be a
    // "dancing line" of characters, which looks really bad.

    // Calculate the coordinates of the hot point in the shrunken
    // bitmap. For simplicity, let us consider the x-coordinate
    // first. In principle, the hot point should have an x-coordinate
    // of (g->x/shrinkFactor). That, however, will generally NOT be an
    // integral number. The cure is to translate the source image
    // somewhat, so that the x-coordinate of the hot point falls onto
    // the round-up of this number, i.e.
    g->x2 = (int)ceil(g->x/shrinkFactor);

    // Translating and scaling then means that the pixel in the scaled
    // image which covers the range [x,x+1) corresponds to the range
    // [x*shrinkFactor+srcXTrans, (x+1)*shrinkFactor+srcXTrans), where
    // srcXTrans is the following NEGATIVE number
    double srcXTrans = shrinkFactor * (g->x/shrinkFactor - ceil(g->x/shrinkFactor));

    // How big will the shrunken bitmap then become? If shrunk_width
    // denotes that width of the scaled image, and
    // characterBitmaps[ch]->w the width of the orininal image, we
    // need to make sure that the following inequality holds:
    //
    // shrunk_width*shrinkFactor+srcXTrans >= characterBitmaps[ch]->w
    //
    // in other words,
    int shrunk_width  = (int)ceil( (characterBitmaps[ch]->w - srcXTrans)/shrinkFactor );

    // Now do the same for the y-coordinate
    g->y2 = (int)ceil(g->y/shrinkFactor);
    double srcYTrans = shrinkFactor * (g->y/shrinkFactor - ceil(g->y/shrinkFactor ));
    int shrunk_height = (int)ceil( (characterBitmaps[ch]->h - srcYTrans)/shrinkFactor );

    // Turn the image into 8 bit
    QByteArray translated(characterBitmaps[ch]->w * characterBitmaps[ch]->h, '\0');
    quint8 *data = (quint8 *)translated.data();
    for(int x=0; x<characterBitmaps[ch]->w; x++)
      for(int y=0; y<characterBitmaps[ch]->h; y++) {
        quint8 bit = *(characterBitmaps[ch]->bits + characterBitmaps[ch]->bytes_wide*y + (x >> 3));
        bit = bit >> (x & 7);
        bit = bit & 1;
        data[characterBitmaps[ch]->w*y + x] = bit;
      }

    // Now shrink the image. We shrink the X-direction first
    QByteArray xshrunk(shrunk_width*characterBitmaps[ch]->h, '\0');
    quint8 *xdata = (quint8 *)xshrunk.data();

    // Do the shrinking. The pixel (x,y) that we want to calculate
    // corresponds to the line segment from
    //
    // [shrinkFactor*x+srcXTrans, shrinkFactor*(x+1)+srcXTrans)
    //
    // The trouble is, these numbers are in general no integers.

    for(int y=0; y<characterBitmaps[ch]->h; y++)
      for(int x=0; x<shrunk_width; x++) {
        quint32 value = 0;
        double destStartX = shrinkFactor*x+srcXTrans;
        double destEndX   = shrinkFactor*(x+1)+srcXTrans;
        for(int srcX=(int)ceil(destStartX); srcX<floor(destEndX); srcX++)
          if ((srcX >= 0) && (srcX < characterBitmaps[ch]->w))
            value += data[characterBitmaps[ch]->w*y + srcX] * 255;

        if (destStartX >= 0.0)
          value += (quint32) (255.0*(ceil(destStartX)-destStartX) * data[characterBitmaps[ch]->w*y + (int)floor(destStartX)]);
        if (floor(destEndX) < characterBitmaps[ch]->w)
          value += (quint32) (255.0*(destEndX-floor(destEndX)) * data[characterBitmaps[ch]->w*y + (int)floor(destEndX)]);

        xdata[shrunk_width*y + x] = (int)(value/shrinkFactor + 0.5);
      }

    // Now shrink the Y-direction
    QByteArray xyshrunk(shrunk_width*shrunk_height, '\0');
    quint8 *xydata = (quint8 *)xyshrunk.data();
    for(int x=0; x<shrunk_width; x++)
      for(int y=0; y<shrunk_height; y++) {
        quint32 value = 0;
        double destStartY = shrinkFactor*y+srcYTrans;
        double destEndY   = shrinkFactor*(y+1)+srcYTrans;
        for(int srcY=(int)ceil(destStartY); srcY<floor(destEndY); srcY++)
          if ((srcY >= 0) && (srcY < characterBitmaps[ch]->h))
            value += xdata[shrunk_width*srcY + x];

        if (destStartY >= 0.0)
          value += (quint32) ((ceil(destStartY)-destStartY) * xdata[shrunk_width*(int)floor(destStartY) + x]);
        if (floor(destEndY) < characterBitmaps[ch]->h)
          value += (quint32) ((destEndY-floor(destEndY)) * xdata[shrunk_width*(int)floor(destEndY) + x]);

        xydata[shrunk_width*y + x] = (int)(value/shrinkFactor);
      }

    QImage im32(shrunk_width, shrunk_height, QImage::Format_ARGB32);
    // Do QPixmaps fully support the alpha channel? If yes, we use
    // that. Otherwise, use other routines as a fallback
    if (parent->font_pool->QPixmapSupportsAlpha) {
      // If the alpha channel is properly supported, we set the
      // character glyph to a colored rectangle, and define the
      // character outline only using the alpha channel. That ensures
      // good quality rendering for overlapping characters.
      im32.fill(qRgb(color.red(), color.green(), color.blue()));
      for(quint16 y=0; y<shrunk_height; y++) {
        quint8 *destScanLine = (quint8 *)im32.scanLine(y);
        for(quint16 col=0; col<shrunk_width; col++)
          destScanLine[4*col+3] = xydata[shrunk_width*y + col];
      }
    } else {
      // If the alpha channel is not supported... QT seems to turn the
      // alpha channel into a crude bitmap which is used to mask the
      // resulting QPixmap. In this case, we define the character
      // outline using the image data, and use the alpha channel only
      // to store "maximally opaque" or "completely transparent"
      // values. When characters are rendered, overlapping characters
      // are no longer correctly drawn, but quality is still
      // sufficient for most purposes. One notable exception is output
      // from the gftodvi program, which will be partially unreadable.
      quint16 rInv = 0xFF - color.red();
      quint16 gInv = 0xFF - color.green();
      quint16 bInv = 0xFF - color.blue();

      quint8 *srcScanLine = xydata;
      for(quint16 y=0; y<shrunk_height; y++) {
        unsigned int *destScanLine = (unsigned int *)im32.scanLine(y);
        for(quint16 col=0; col<shrunk_width; col++) {
          quint16 data =  *srcScanLine;
          // The value stored in "data" now has the following meaning:
          // data = 0 -> white; data = 0xff -> use "color"
          *destScanLine = qRgba(0xFF - (rInv*data + 0x7F) / 0xFF,
                                0xFF - (gInv*data + 0x7F) / 0xFF,
                                0xFF - (bInv*data + 0x7F) / 0xFF,
                                (data > 0x03) ? 0xff : 0x00);
          destScanLine++;
          srcScanLine++;
        }
      }
    }

    g->shrunkenCharacter = im32;
  }
  return g;
}



#define        ADD(a, b)        ((quint32 *) (((char *) a) + b))
#define        SUB(a, b)        ((quint32 *) (((char *) a) - b))



// This table is used for changing the bit order in a byte. The
// expression bitflp[byte] takes a byte in big endian and gives the
// little endian equivalent of that.
static const uchar bitflip[256] = {
  0, 128, 64, 192, 32, 160, 96, 224, 16, 144, 80, 208, 48, 176, 112, 240,
  8, 136, 72, 200, 40, 168, 104, 232, 24, 152, 88, 216, 56, 184, 120, 248,
  4, 132, 68, 196, 36, 164, 100, 228, 20, 148, 84, 212, 52, 180, 116, 244,
  12, 140, 76, 204, 44, 172, 108, 236, 28, 156, 92, 220, 60, 188, 124, 252,
  2, 130, 66, 194, 34, 162, 98, 226, 18, 146, 82, 210, 50, 178, 114, 242,
  10, 138, 74, 202, 42, 170, 106, 234, 26, 154, 90, 218, 58, 186, 122, 250,
  6, 134, 70, 198, 38, 166, 102, 230, 22, 150, 86, 214, 54, 182, 118, 246,
  14, 142, 78, 206, 46, 174, 110, 238, 30, 158, 94, 222, 62, 190, 126, 254,
  1, 129, 65, 193, 33, 161, 97, 225, 17, 145, 81, 209, 49, 177, 113, 241,
  9, 137, 73, 201, 41, 169, 105, 233, 25, 153, 89, 217, 57, 185, 121, 249,
  5, 133, 69, 197, 37, 165, 101, 229, 21, 149, 85, 213, 53, 181, 117, 245,
  13, 141, 77, 205, 45, 173, 109, 237, 29, 157, 93, 221, 61, 189, 125, 253,
  3, 131, 67, 195, 35, 163, 99, 227, 19, 147, 83, 211, 51, 179, 115, 243,
  11, 139, 75, 203, 43, 171, 107, 235, 27, 155, 91, 219, 59, 187, 123, 251,
  7, 135, 71, 199, 39, 167, 103, 231, 23, 151, 87, 215, 55, 183, 119, 247,
  15, 143, 79, 207, 47, 175, 111, 239, 31, 159, 95, 223, 63, 191, 127, 255
};

static quint32        bit_masks[33] = {
        0x0,           0x1,            0x3,            0x7,
        0xf,           0x1f,           0x3f,           0x7f,
        0xff,          0x1ff,          0x3ff,          0x7ff,
        0xfff,         0x1fff,         0x3fff,         0x7fff,
        0xffff,        0x1ffff,        0x3ffff,        0x7ffff,
        0xfffff,       0x1fffff,       0x3fffff,       0x7fffff,
        0xffffff,      0x1ffffff,      0x3ffffff,      0x7ffffff,
        0xfffffff,     0x1fffffff,     0x3fffffff,     0x7fffffff,
        0xffffffff
};


#define PK_ID      89
#define PK_CMD_START 240
#define PK_X1     240
#define PK_X2     241
#define PK_X3     242
#define PK_X4     243
#define PK_Y      244
#define PK_POST   245
#define PK_NOOP   246
#define PK_PRE    247


int TeXFont_PK::PK_get_nyb(FILE *fp)
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "PK_get_nyb";
#endif

  unsigned temp;
  if (PK_bitpos < 0) {
    PK_input_byte = one(fp);
    PK_bitpos = 4;
  }
  temp = PK_input_byte >> PK_bitpos;
  PK_bitpos -= 4;
  return (temp & 0xf);
}


int TeXFont_PK::PK_packed_num(FILE *fp)
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "PK_packed_num";
#endif

  int i, j;

  if ((i = PK_get_nyb(fp)) == 0) {
    do {
      j = PK_get_nyb(fp);
      ++i;
    }
    while (j == 0);
    while (i > 0) {
      j = (j << 4) | PK_get_nyb(fp);
      --i;
    }
    return (j - 15 + ((13 - PK_dyn_f) << 4) + PK_dyn_f);
  }
  else {
    if (i <= PK_dyn_f) return i;
    if (i < 14)
      return (((i - PK_dyn_f - 1) << 4) + PK_get_nyb(fp)
              + PK_dyn_f + 1);
    if (i == 14) PK_repeat_count = PK_packed_num(fp);
    else PK_repeat_count = 1;
    return PK_packed_num(fp);
  }
}


void TeXFont_PK::PK_skip_specials()
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::PK_skip_specials() called";
#endif

  int i,j;
  register FILE *fp = file;

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  if (fp == 0)
    kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::PK_skip_specials(): file == 0";
#endif

  do {
    PK_flag_byte = one(fp);
    if (PK_flag_byte >= PK_CMD_START) {
      switch (PK_flag_byte) {
      case PK_X1 :
      case PK_X2 :
      case PK_X3 :
      case PK_X4 :
        i = 0;
        for (j = PK_CMD_START; j <= PK_flag_byte; ++j)
          i = (i << 8) | one(fp);
        while (i--) (void) one(fp);
        break;
      case PK_Y :
        (void) four(fp);
      case PK_POST :
      case PK_NOOP :
        break;
      default :
        oops(i18n("Unexpected %1 in PK file %2", PK_flag_byte, parent->filename) );
        break;
      }
    }
  }
  while (PK_flag_byte != PK_POST && PK_flag_byte >= PK_CMD_START);

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::PK_skip_specials() ended";
#endif
}


void TeXFont_PK::read_PK_char(unsigned int ch)
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "read_PK_char";
#endif

  int        i, j;
  int        n;
  int        row_bit_pos;
  bool       paint_switch;
  quint32*  cp;
  register class glyph *g;
  register FILE *fp = file;
  long       fpwidth;
  quint32   word = 0;
  int        word_weight, bytes_wide;
  int        rows_left, h_bit, count;

  g = glyphtable + ch;
  PK_flag_byte = g->x2;
  PK_dyn_f = PK_flag_byte >> 4;
  paint_switch = ((PK_flag_byte & 8) != 0);
  PK_flag_byte &= 0x7;
  if (PK_flag_byte == 7)
    n = 4;
  else
    if (PK_flag_byte > 3)
      n = 2;
    else
      n = 1;

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "loading pk char " << ch << ", char type " << n;
#endif

  if (characterBitmaps[ch] == 0)
    characterBitmaps[ch] = new bitmap();

  /*
   * now read rest of character preamble
   */
  if (n != 4)
    fpwidth = num(fp, 3);
  else {
    fpwidth = sfour(fp);
    (void) four(fp);        /* horizontal escapement */
  }
  (void) num(fp, n);        /* vertical escapement */
  {
    unsigned long w, h;

    w = num(fp, n);
    h = num(fp, n);
    if (w > 0x7fff || h > 0x7fff)
      oops(i18n("The character %1 is too large in file %2", ch, parent->filename));
    characterBitmaps[ch]->w = w;
    characterBitmaps[ch]->h = h;
  }
  g->x = snum(fp, n);
  g->y = snum(fp, n);

  g->dvi_advance_in_units_of_design_size_by_2e20 = fpwidth;

  {
    /* width must be multiple of 16 bits for raster_op */
    characterBitmaps[ch]->bytes_wide = ROUNDUP((int) characterBitmaps[ch]->w, 32) * 4;
    register unsigned int size = characterBitmaps[ch]->bytes_wide * characterBitmaps[ch]->h;
    characterBitmaps[ch]->bits = new char[size != 0 ? size : 1];
  }

  cp = (quint32 *) characterBitmaps[ch]->bits;

  /*
   * read character data into *cp
   */
  bytes_wide = ROUNDUP((int) characterBitmaps[ch]->w, 32) * 4;
  PK_bitpos = -1;

  // The routines which read the character depend on the bit
  // ordering. In principle, the bit order should be detected at
  // compile time and the proper routing chosen. For the moment, as
  // autoconf is somewhat complicated for the author, we prefer a
  // simpler -even if somewhat slower approach and detect the ordering
  // at runtime. That should of course be changed in the future.

  if (QSysInfo::ByteOrder == QSysInfo::BigEndian) {
    // Routine for big Endian machines. Applies e.g. to Motorola and
    // (Ultra-)Sparc processors.

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
    kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "big Endian byte ordering";
#endif

    if (PK_dyn_f == 14) {        /* get raster by bits */
      memset(characterBitmaps[ch]->bits, 0, (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->h * bytes_wide);
      for (i = 0; i < (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->h; i++) {        /* get all rows */
        cp = ADD(characterBitmaps[ch]->bits, i * bytes_wide);
        row_bit_pos = 32;
        for (j = 0; j < (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->w; j++) {    /* get one row */
          if (--PK_bitpos < 0) {
            word = one(fp);
            PK_bitpos = 7;
          }
          if (--row_bit_pos < 0) {
            cp++;
            row_bit_pos = 32 - 1;
          }
          if (word & (1 << PK_bitpos))
            *cp |= 1 << row_bit_pos;
        }
      }
    } else {                /* get packed raster */
      rows_left = characterBitmaps[ch]->h;
      h_bit = characterBitmaps[ch]->w;
      PK_repeat_count = 0;
      word_weight = 32;
      word = 0;
      while (rows_left > 0) {
        count = PK_packed_num(fp);
        while (count > 0) {
          if (count < word_weight && count < h_bit) {
            h_bit -= count;
            word_weight -= count;
            if (paint_switch)
              word |= bit_masks[count] << word_weight;
            count = 0;
          } else
            if (count >= h_bit && h_bit <= word_weight) {
              if (paint_switch)
                word |= bit_masks[h_bit] << (word_weight - h_bit);
              *cp++ = word;
              /* "output" row(s) */
              for (i = PK_repeat_count * bytes_wide / 4; i > 0; --i) {
                *cp = *SUB(cp, bytes_wide);
                ++cp;
              }
              rows_left -= PK_repeat_count + 1;
              PK_repeat_count = 0;
              word = 0;
              word_weight = 32;
              count -= h_bit;
              h_bit = characterBitmaps[ch]->w;
            } else {
              if (paint_switch)
                word |= bit_masks[word_weight];
              *cp++ = word;
              word = 0;
              count -= word_weight;
              h_bit -= word_weight;
              word_weight = 32;
            }
        }
        paint_switch = 1 - paint_switch;
      }
      if (cp != ((quint32 *) (characterBitmaps[ch]->bits + bytes_wide * characterBitmaps[ch]->h)))
        oops(i18n("Wrong number of bits stored:  char. %1, font %2", ch, parent->filename));
      if (rows_left != 0 || h_bit != characterBitmaps[ch]->w)
        oops(i18n("Bad pk file (%1), too many bits", parent->filename));
    }

    // The data in the bitmap is now in the processor's bit order,
    // that is, big endian. Since XWindows needs little endian, we
    // need to change the bit order now.
    register unsigned char* bitmapData = (unsigned char*) characterBitmaps[ch]->bits;
    register unsigned char* endOfData  = bitmapData + characterBitmaps[ch]->bytes_wide*characterBitmaps[ch]->h;
    while(bitmapData < endOfData) {
      *bitmapData = bitflip[*bitmapData];
      bitmapData++;
    }

  } else {

    // Routines for small Endian start here. This applies e.g. to
    // Intel and Alpha processors.

#ifdef DEBUG_PK
    kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "small Endian byte ordering";
#endif

    if (PK_dyn_f == 14) {        /* get raster by bits */
      memset(characterBitmaps[ch]->bits, 0, (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->h * bytes_wide);
      for (i = 0; i < (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->h; i++) {        /* get all rows */
        cp = ADD(characterBitmaps[ch]->bits, i * bytes_wide);
        row_bit_pos = -1;
        for (j = 0; j < (int) characterBitmaps[ch]->w; j++) {    /* get one row */
          if (--PK_bitpos < 0) {
            word = one(fp);
            PK_bitpos = 7;
          }
          if (++row_bit_pos >= 32) {
            cp++;
            row_bit_pos = 0;
          }
          if (word & (1 << PK_bitpos))
            *cp |= 1 << row_bit_pos;
        }
      }
    } else {                /* get packed raster */
      rows_left = characterBitmaps[ch]->h;
      h_bit = characterBitmaps[ch]->w;
      PK_repeat_count = 0;
      word_weight = 32;
      word = 0;
      while (rows_left > 0) {
        count = PK_packed_num(fp);
        while (count > 0) {
          if (count < word_weight && count < h_bit) {
            if (paint_switch)
              word |= bit_masks[count] << (32 - word_weight);
            h_bit -= count;
            word_weight -= count;
            count = 0;
          } else
            if (count >= h_bit && h_bit <= word_weight) {
              if (paint_switch)
                word |= bit_masks[h_bit] << (32 - word_weight);
              *cp++ = word;
              /* "output" row(s) */
              for (i = PK_repeat_count * bytes_wide / 4; i > 0; --i) {
                *cp = *SUB(cp, bytes_wide);
                ++cp;
              }
              rows_left -= PK_repeat_count + 1;
              PK_repeat_count = 0;
              word = 0;
              word_weight = 32;
              count -= h_bit;
              h_bit = characterBitmaps[ch]->w;
            } else {
              if (paint_switch)
                word |= bit_masks[word_weight] << (32 - word_weight);
              *cp++ = word;
              word = 0;
              count -= word_weight;
              h_bit -= word_weight;
              word_weight = 32;
            }
        }
        paint_switch = 1 - paint_switch;
      }
      if (cp != ((quint32 *) (characterBitmaps[ch]->bits + bytes_wide * characterBitmaps[ch]->h)))
        oops(i18n("Wrong number of bits stored:  char. %1, font %2", ch, parent->filename));
      if (rows_left != 0 || h_bit != characterBitmaps[ch]->w)
        oops(i18n("Bad pk file (%1), too many bits", parent->filename));
    }
  } // endif: big or small Endian?
}


void TeXFont_PK::read_PK_index()
{
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::read_PK_index() called";
#endif

  if (file == 0) {
    kError(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::read_PK_index(): file == 0" << endl;
    return;
  }

  int magic      = two(file);
  if (magic != PK_MAGIC) {
    kError(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::read_PK_index(): file is not a PK file" << endl;
    return;
  }

  fseek(file, (long) one(file), SEEK_CUR);      /* skip comment */
  (void) four(file);                /* skip design size */

  checksum = four(file);

  int hppp = sfour(file);
  int vppp = sfour(file);
  if (hppp != vppp)
    kWarning(kvs::dvi) << i18n("Font has non-square aspect ratio ") << vppp << ":" << hppp ;

  // Read glyph directory (really a whole pass over the file).
  for (;;) {
    int bytes_left, flag_low_bits;
    unsigned int ch;

    PK_skip_specials();
    if (PK_flag_byte == PK_POST)
      break;
    flag_low_bits = PK_flag_byte & 0x7;
    if (flag_low_bits == 7) {
      bytes_left = four(file);
      ch = four(file);
    } else
      if (flag_low_bits > 3) {
        bytes_left = ((flag_low_bits - 4) << 16) + two(file);
        ch = one(file);
      } else {
        bytes_left = (flag_low_bits << 8) + one(file);
        ch = one(file);
      }

    glyphtable[ch].addr = ftell(file);
    glyphtable[ch].x2 = PK_flag_byte;
    fseek(file, (long) bytes_left, SEEK_CUR);
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
    kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "Scanning pk char " << ch << "at " << glyphtable[ch].addr;
#endif
  }
#ifdef DEBUG_PK
  kDebug(kvs::dvi) << "TeXFont_PK::read_PK_index() called";
#endif
}

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