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/* GdkPixbuf library - Io handling.  This is an internal header for 
 * GdkPixbuf. You should never use it unless you are doing development for 
 * GdkPixbuf itself.
 * Copyright (C) 1999 The Free Software Foundation
 * Authors: Mark Crichton <>
 *          Miguel de Icaza <>
 *          Federico Mena-Quintero <>
 *          Jonathan Blandford <>
 *          Michael Fulbright <>
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
 * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * Lesser General Public License for more details.
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
 * License along with this library; if not, see <>.


#error "Only <gdk-pixbuf/gdk-pixbuf.h> can be included directly."

#include <stdio.h>
#include <glib.h>
#include <gmodule.h>
#include <gdk-pixbuf/gdk-pixbuf-core.h>
#include <gdk-pixbuf/gdk-pixbuf-animation.h>


typedef struct _GdkPixbufFormat GdkPixbufFormat;

GType gdk_pixbuf_format_get_type (void) G_GNUC_CONST;

GSList    *gdk_pixbuf_get_formats            (void);
gchar     *gdk_pixbuf_format_get_name        (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gchar     *gdk_pixbuf_format_get_description (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gchar    **gdk_pixbuf_format_get_mime_types  (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gchar    **gdk_pixbuf_format_get_extensions  (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gboolean   gdk_pixbuf_format_is_save_option_supported (GdkPixbufFormat *format,
                                                       const gchar     *option_key);
gboolean   gdk_pixbuf_format_is_writable     (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gboolean   gdk_pixbuf_format_is_scalable     (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
gboolean   gdk_pixbuf_format_is_disabled     (GdkPixbufFormat *format);
void       gdk_pixbuf_format_set_disabled    (GdkPixbufFormat *format,
					      gboolean         disabled);
gchar     *gdk_pixbuf_format_get_license     (GdkPixbufFormat *format);

GdkPixbufFormat *gdk_pixbuf_get_file_info    (const gchar     *filename,
					      gint            *width, 
					      gint            *height);
void             gdk_pixbuf_get_file_info_async  (const gchar          *filename,
						  GCancellable         *cancellable,
						  GAsyncReadyCallback   callback,
						  gpointer              user_data);
GdkPixbufFormat *gdk_pixbuf_get_file_info_finish (GAsyncResult         *async_result,
						  gint                 *width,
						  gint                 *height,
						  GError              **error);

GdkPixbufFormat *gdk_pixbuf_format_copy (const GdkPixbufFormat *format);
void             gdk_pixbuf_format_free (GdkPixbufFormat       *format);



 * GdkPixbufModuleSizeFunc:
 * @width: pointer to a location containing the current image width
 * @height: pointer to a location containing the current image height
 * @user_data: the loader.
 * Defines the type of the function that gets called once the size 
 * of the loaded image is known.
 * The function is expected to set @width and @height to the desired
 * size to which the image should be scaled. If a module has no efficient 
 * way to achieve the desired scaling during the loading of the image, it may
 * either ignore the size request, or only approximate it - gdk-pixbuf will
 * then perform the required scaling on the completely loaded image. 
 * If the function sets @width or @height to zero, the module should interpret
 * this as a hint that it will be closed soon and shouldn't allocate further 
 * resources. This convention is used to implement gdk_pixbuf_get_file_info()
 * efficiently.
 * Since: 2.2
typedef void (* GdkPixbufModuleSizeFunc)           (gint *width, 
						    gint *height, 
						    gpointer user_data);

 * GdkPixbufModulePreparedFunc:
 * @pixbuf: the #GdkPixbuf that is currently being loaded.
 * @anim: if an animation is being loaded, the #GdkPixbufAnimation, else %NULL.
 * @user_data: the loader.
 * Defines the type of the function that gets called once the initial 
 * setup of @pixbuf is done.
 * #GdkPixbufLoader uses a function of this type to emit the 
 * "<link linkend="GdkPixbufLoader-area-prepared">area_prepared</link>"
 * signal.
 * Since: 2.2
typedef void (* GdkPixbufModulePreparedFunc) (GdkPixbuf          *pixbuf,
					      GdkPixbufAnimation *anim,
					      gpointer            user_data);

 * GdkPixbufModuleUpdatedFunc:
 * @pixbuf: the #GdkPixbuf that is currently being loaded.
 * @x: the X origin of the updated area.
 * @y: the Y origin of the updated area.
 * @width: the width of the updated area.
 * @height: the height of the updated area.
 * @user_data: the loader.
 * Defines the type of the function that gets called every time a region
 * of @pixbuf is updated.
 * #GdkPixbufLoader uses a function of this type to emit the 
 * "<link linkend="GdkPixbufLoader-area-updated">area_updated</link>"
 * signal.
 * Since: 2.2
typedef void (* GdkPixbufModuleUpdatedFunc)  (GdkPixbuf *pixbuf,
					      int        x,
					      int        y,
					      int        width,
					      int        height,
					      gpointer   user_data);

 * GdkPixbufModulePattern:
 * @prefix: the prefix for this pattern
 * @mask: mask containing bytes which modify how the prefix is matched against
 *  test data
 * @relevance: relevance of this pattern
 * The signature of a module is a set of prefixes. Prefixes are encoded as
 * pairs of ordinary strings, where the second string, called the mask, if 
 * not %NULL, must be of the same length as the first one and may contain 
 * ' ', '!', 'x', 'z', and 'n' to indicate bytes that must be matched, 
 * not matched, "don't-care"-bytes, zeros and non-zeros. 
 * Each prefix has an associated integer that describes the relevance of 
 * the prefix, with 0 meaning a mismatch and 100 a "perfect match".
 * Starting with gdk-pixbuf 2.8, the first byte of the mask may be '*', 
 * indicating an unanchored pattern that matches not only at the beginning, 
 * but also in the middle. Versions prior to 2.8 will interpret the '*'
 * like an 'x'. 
 * The signature of a module is stored as an array of 
 * #GdkPixbufModulePatterns. The array is terminated by a pattern
 * where the @prefix is %NULL.
 * <informalexample><programlisting>
 * GdkPixbufModulePattern *signature[] = {
 *   { "abcdx", " !x z", 100 },
 *   { "bla", NULL,  90 },
 *   { NULL, NULL, 0 }
 * };
 * </programlisting>
 * The example matches e.g. "auud\0" with relevance 100, and "blau" with 
 * relevance 90.</informalexample>
 * Since: 2.2
typedef struct _GdkPixbufModulePattern GdkPixbufModulePattern;
struct _GdkPixbufModulePattern {
	char *prefix;
	char *mask;
	int relevance;

 * GdkPixbufModule:
 * @module_name: the name of the module, usually the same as the
 *  usual file extension for images of this type, eg. "xpm", "jpeg" or "png".
 * @module_path: the path from which the module is loaded.
 * @module: the loaded #GModule.
 * @info: a #GdkPixbufFormat holding information about the module.
 * @load: loads an image from a file.
 * @load_xpm_data: loads an image from data in memory.
 * @begin_load: begins an incremental load.
 * @stop_load: stops an incremental load.
 * @load_increment: continues an incremental load.
 * @load_animation: loads an animation from a file.
 * @save: saves a #GdkPixbuf to a file.
 * @save_to_callback: saves a #GdkPixbuf by calling the given #GdkPixbufSaveFunc.
 * @is_save_option_supported: returns whether a save option key is supported by the module
 * A #GdkPixbufModule contains the necessary functions to load and save 
 * images in a certain file format. 
 * A #GdkPixbufModule can be loaded dynamically from a #GModule.
 * Each loadable module must contain a #GdkPixbufModuleFillVtableFunc function 
 * named <function>fill_vtable</function>, which will get called when the module
 * is loaded and must set the function pointers of the #GdkPixbufModule. 
typedef struct _GdkPixbufModule GdkPixbufModule;
struct _GdkPixbufModule {
	char *module_name;
	char *module_path;
	GModule *module;
	GdkPixbufFormat *info;
        GdkPixbuf *(* load) (FILE    *f,
                             GError **error);
        GdkPixbuf *(* load_xpm_data) (const char **data);

        /* Incremental loading */

        gpointer (* begin_load)     (GdkPixbufModuleSizeFunc size_func,
                                     GdkPixbufModulePreparedFunc prepare_func,
                                     GdkPixbufModuleUpdatedFunc update_func,
                                     gpointer user_data,
                                     GError **error);
        gboolean (* stop_load)      (gpointer context,
                                     GError **error);
        gboolean (* load_increment) (gpointer      context,
                                     const guchar *buf,
                                     guint         size,
                                     GError      **error);

	/* Animation loading */
	GdkPixbufAnimation *(* load_animation) (FILE    *f,
                                                GError **error);

        /* Saving */
        gboolean (* save) (FILE      *f,
                           GdkPixbuf *pixbuf,
                           gchar    **param_keys,
                           gchar    **param_values,
                           GError   **error);

        gboolean (*save_to_callback) (GdkPixbufSaveFunc save_func,
				      gpointer user_data,
				      GdkPixbuf *pixbuf,
				      gchar **option_keys,
				      gchar **option_values,
				      GError **error);
        gboolean (* is_save_option_supported) (const gchar *option_key);

  /*< private >*/
	void (*_reserved1) (void); 
	void (*_reserved2) (void); 
	void (*_reserved3) (void); 
	void (*_reserved4) (void);

 * GdkPixbufModuleFillVtableFunc:
 * @module: a #GdkPixbufModule.
 * Defines the type of the function used to set the vtable of a 
 * #GdkPixbufModule when it is loaded. 
 * Since: 2.2

typedef void (* GdkPixbufModuleFillVtableFunc) (GdkPixbufModule *module);

 * GdkPixbufModuleFillInfoFunc:
 * @info: a #GdkPixbufFormat.
 * Defines the type of the function used to fill a 
 * #GdkPixbufFormat structure with information about a module.
 * Since: 2.2
typedef void (* GdkPixbufModuleFillInfoFunc) (GdkPixbufFormat *info);

 * GdkPixbufFormatFlags:
 * @GDK_PIXBUF_FORMAT_WRITABLE: the module can write out images in the format.
 * @GDK_PIXBUF_FORMAT_SCALABLE: the image format is scalable
 * @GDK_PIXBUF_FORMAT_THREADSAFE: the module is threadsafe. gdk-pixbuf
 *     ignores modules that are not marked as threadsafe. (Since 2.28).
 * Flags which allow a module to specify further details about the supported
 * operations.
 * Since: 2.2
typedef enum /*< skip >*/
} GdkPixbufFormatFlags;

 * GdkPixbufFormat:
 * @name: the name of the image format.
 * @signature: the signature of the module.
 * @domain: the message domain for the @description.
 * @description: a description of the image format.
 * @mime_types: a %NULL-terminated array of MIME types for the image format.
 * @extensions: a %NULL-terminated array of typical filename extensions for the
 *  image format.
 * @flags: a combination of #GdkPixbufFormatFlags.
 * @disabled: a boolean determining whether the loader is disabled.
 * @license: a string containing license information, typically set to 
 *  shorthands like "GPL", "LGPL", etc.
 * A #GdkPixbufFormat contains information about the image format accepted by a
 * module. Only modules should access the fields directly, applications should
 * use the <function>gdk_pixbuf_format_*</function> functions.
 * Since: 2.2
struct _GdkPixbufFormat {
  gchar *name;
  GdkPixbufModulePattern *signature;
  gchar *domain;
  gchar *description;
  gchar **mime_types;
  gchar **extensions;
  guint32 flags;
  gboolean disabled;
  gchar *license;



#endif /* GDK_PIXBUF_IO_H */