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/* Miscellaneous utility functions for the EelCanvas widget
 * EelCanvas is basically a port of the Tk toolkit's most excellent canvas widget.  Tk is
 * copyrighted by the Regents of the University of California, Sun Microsystems, and other parties.
 * Author: Federico Mena <federico@nuclecu.unam.mx>



/* This structure defines an array of points.  X coordinates are stored in the even-numbered
 * indices, and Y coordinates are stored in the odd-numbered indices.  num_points indicates the
 * number of points, so the array is 2*num_points elements big.
typedef struct {
      double *coords;
      int num_points;
      int ref_count;
} EelCanvasPoints;

/* Allocate a new EelCanvasPoints structure with enough space for the specified number of points */
EelCanvasPoints *eel_canvas_points_new (int num_points);

/* Increate ref count */
EelCanvasPoints *eel_canvas_points_ref (EelCanvasPoints *points);
#define eel_canvas_points_unref eel_canvas_points_free

/* Decrease ref count and free structure if it has reached zero */
void eel_canvas_points_free (EelCanvasPoints *points);

/* Given three points forming an angle, compute the coordinates of the inside and outside points of
 * the mitered corner formed by a line of a given width at that angle.
 * If the angle is less than 11 degrees, then FALSE is returned and the return points are not
 * modified.  Otherwise, TRUE is returned.
int eel_canvas_get_miter_points (double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2, double x3, double y3,
                           double width,
                           double *mx1, double *my1, double *mx2, double *my2);

/* Compute the butt points of a line segment.  If project is FALSE, then the results are as follows:
 *            -------------------* (bx1, by1)
 *                               |
 *   (x1, y1) *------------------* (x2, y2)
 *                               |
 *            -------------------* (bx2, by2)
 * that is, the line is not projected beyond (x2, y2).  If project is TRUE, then the results are as
 * follows:
 *            -------------------* (bx1, by1)
 *                      (x2, y2) |
 *   (x1, y1) *-------------*    |
 *                               |
 *            -------------------* (bx2, by2)
void eel_canvas_get_butt_points (double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2,
                           double width, int project,
                           double *bx1, double *by1, double *bx2, double *by2);

/* Calculate the distance from a polygon to a point.  The polygon's X coordinates are in the even
 * indices of the poly array, and the Y coordinates are in the odd indices.
double eel_canvas_polygon_to_point (double *poly, int num_points, double x, double y);

void eel_canvas_item_reset_bounds (EelCanvasItem *item);

/* Sets the bbox to the new value, requesting full repaint. */
void eel_canvas_update_bbox (EelCanvasItem *item, int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2);



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