LEADTOOLS GDI/GDI+(Leadtools.Drawingアセンブリ)



public class RasterPaintCallbacks 
Public Class RasterPaintCallbacks 
Dim instance As RasterPaintCallbacks
public ref class RasterPaintCallbacks 








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/* Use GlobalAlloc instead of malloc to avoid some known errors 
   ("The string binding is invalid") when an application written in C++/CLI exits,
   These errors were supposed to be solved in Visual Studio 2005, 
   but we have encountered them during development.
   So we switched to using GlobalAlloc in order to avoid complicating the code 
   unnecessarily with workarounds for these Microsoft compiler problems.
/***************** Macros ********************/
#define ALLOC(SIZE)           GlobalAllocPtr(GMEM_MOVEABLE, SIZE)
#define FREE(PTR)             GlobalFreePtr(PTR)
#define DIB_WIDTH_BYTES(pixels) ((((pixels) + 31) & ~31) << 3)
#define SAFE_FREE(PTR) { if(PTR) { FREE(PTR); (PTR) = NULL; } }
#define GET_HIGHBIT(IMAGE, HIGHBIT) ((HIGHBIT) == -1 ? (IMAGE)-<BitsPerPixel - 1 : (HIGHBIT))
/* Hardcoded define that tells whether the LUT should be applied by the hardware or not.
   We are leaving it here to show you how you can choose whether to pay attention to the lookup table or not */
using namespace System;
using namespace Leadtools;
using namespace Leadtools::Drawing;
namespace GrayCallbacks
   // This class will convert a grayscale bitmap to a 16-bit image which has the
   // image data in the low 12 bits.
   // This type of image data can be be useful in painting to advanced 
   // medical display adapters that can display more than 256 shades of gray.
   // One example of such display can be found at www.barco.com
   // This example will also show you how to implement your own function
   // for converting the image data. The built-in conversion function is capable of
   // performing this conversion, but we are implementing it as an example.
   public ref class MyRasterPaintCallbacks : public IDisposable
      public: MyRasterPaintCallbacks();
      public: ~MyRasterPaintCallbacks();
      public: !MyRasterPaintCallbacks();
      // return a RasterPaintCallbacks class
      public: RasterPaintCallbacks^ _rasterPaintCallbacks;
      public: RasterPaintCallbacks^ GetRasterPaintCallbacks()
         return _rasterPaintCallbacks;
      // member variables needed for the painting operations. These are volatile and change for each paint call
      unsigned char        *_LocalConvertBuffer;
      unsigned int         _LocalConvertBufferSize;
      // callbacks
      public: Object^ IsCompatibleDCCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args);
      public: Object^ GetDibInfoCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args);
      public: Object^ ConvertLineCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args);
      public: Object^ StretchDIBitsCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args);
      public: Object^ PrePaintCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args);
      // internal functions
      private: unsigned char *AllocateConvertBuffer(unsigned int uBytes);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks = gcnew RasterPaintCallbacks();
      PaintCallbackDelegate ^f;
      f = gcnew PaintCallbackDelegate(this, &MyRasterPaintCallbacks::IsCompatibleDCCallback);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks-<SetCallback(RasterImagePaintCallbackFunction::IsCompatibleDCCallback, f);
      f = gcnew PaintCallbackDelegate(this, &MyRasterPaintCallbacks::GetDibInfoCallback);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks-<SetCallback(RasterImagePaintCallbackFunction::GetDibInfoCallback, f);
      f = gcnew PaintCallbackDelegate(this, &MyRasterPaintCallbacks::ConvertLineCallback);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks-<SetCallback(RasterImagePaintCallbackFunction::ConvertLineCallback, f);
      f = gcnew PaintCallbackDelegate(this, &MyRasterPaintCallbacks::StretchDIBitsCallback);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks-<SetCallback(RasterImagePaintCallbackFunction::StretchDIBitsCallback, f);
      f = gcnew PaintCallbackDelegate(this, &MyRasterPaintCallbacks::PrePaintCallback);
      _rasterPaintCallbacks-<SetCallback(RasterImagePaintCallbackFunction::PrePaintCallback, f);
   // destructor - might not get called all the time
   // finalizer - will always be called at some point
   /* This function tells LEADTOOLS whether the HDC is for a compatible display device. 
      If the display is not a compatible, the normal paint functions are used instead of my paint functions.
      Since my advanced device is useful for rendering 12-bits of grayscale data, we will lie and say the 
      device is not compatible if the image is not 12/16-bit grayscale.
         Param0: HDC hdc
   Object^ MyRasterPaintCallbacks::IsCompatibleDCCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args)
      // we will reject images that are not grayscale because the regular GDI paint works for them
      if((image-<BitsPerPixel != 12 && image-<BitsPerPixel != 16 && image-<BitsPerPixel != 32) || image-<Order != RasterByteOrder::Gray)
         return false;
      // also reject images that do not require at least 9-bits for painting
      unsigned int uRequiredBits = GET_HIGHBIT(image, image-<HighBit) - image-<LowBit + 1;
      if(uRequiredBits >= 8)
         // Console.Error.WriteLine("The image has only {0} bits, so I can use the regular paint functions", uRequiredBits);
         return false;
      // You should always receive one parameter (HDC)
      if(args-<Length != 1)
         return false;
      IntPtr hdcPtr = (IntPtr)args[0];
      HDC   hdc = (HDC)hdcPtr.ToPointer();
      // you need to replace this call to a check that determines whether this DC is compatible
         return false;
      /* Get information about your device here */
      return true;
   /* This function tells LEADTOOLS how the data expected by my displays looks like.
      I will convert the data to 16-bits per pixel, with the image data in the low 12 bits.
         Param0: HDC hdc
         Param1: unsigned int uWidth;
   Object^ MyRasterPaintCallbacks::GetDibInfoCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args)
      if(args-<Length != 2 || image == nullptr)
         throw gcnew RasterException(RasterExceptionCode::InvalidParameter);
         return nullptr;
      UInt32 uWidth = (UInt32)args[1];
      RasterPaintDibInfo^ pDibInfo = gcnew RasterPaintDibInfo;
      if(pDibInfo == nullptr)
         throw gcnew RasterException(RasterExceptionCode::NoMemory);
         return nullptr;
      pDibInfo-<BitsPerPixel = 16;          // paint using 16-bit data, although there are only 12 significant bits
      pDibInfo-<PlaneCount = 1;             // One plane
      pDibInfo-<BytesPerLine = DIB_WIDTH_BYTES(uWidth * 16);   // bytes per line is a multiple of 4 bytes
      // assume my display device expects the image data to be top-down, unlike the regular GDI
      pDibInfo-<ViewPerspective = RasterViewPerspective::TopLeft;
      pDibInfo-<Order = RasterByteOrder::Gray;         // gray bitmap
      // indicate that the data should be in the low 12 bits
      pDibInfo-<Flags = RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::LowHighBitValid;
      pDibInfo-<LowBit = 0;
      pDibInfo-<HighBit = 11;
         pDibInfo-<Flags |= RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::IgnoreLut; // Ignore the LUT during conversion if I use hardware LUT
      return pDibInfo;
   // allocate a convert buffer of at least nBytes
   unsigned char *MyRasterPaintCallbacks::AllocateConvertBuffer(unsigned int uBytes)
      if(_LocalConvertBufferSize > uBytes)
         unsigned char *pBuffer = (unsigned char *)REALLOC(_LocalConvertBuffer, uBytes);
            return pBuffer;
         _LocalConvertBuffer = pBuffer;
         _LocalConvertBufferSize = uBytes;
      return _LocalConvertBuffer;
   /* callback function for converting data 
         Param0:  L_UCHAR* pOutScan    = Buffer to be filled with the output data. The first bytes correspond to pixel 'nLeft' in the input buffer
         Param1:  L_UCHAR* pInScan     = Buffer containing the data for a row. Data starts at pixel 0 and might have to be truncated
         Param2:  int nLeft          = Offset of the first pixel that should be converted. (Number of pixels from pInScan that should be skipped before doing the conversion)
         Param3:  int nRight         = Offset of the first pixel that should NOT be converted. nRight - 1 is the last pixel that should be converted
         Param4:  RasterPaintDibInfo^ pDibInfo = structure describing the output image. This was filled by the GetDibInfoCallback delegate (GetDibInfoCallback in our case)
   Object^ MyRasterPaintCallbacks::ConvertLineCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args)
      if(args-<Length != 5)
         return RasterExceptionCode::InvalidParameter;
      unsigned char *pOutScan = (unsigned char*)((safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[0])).ToPointer());
      unsigned char *pInScan = (unsigned char*)((safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[1])).ToPointer());
      int nLeft = (int)args[2];
      int nRight = (int)args[3];
      RasterPaintDibInfo^ pDibInfo = safe_cast>RasterPaintDibInfo^<(args[4]);
      if(image == nullptr || pDibInfo == nullptr)
         return RasterExceptionCode::NullPointer;
      // allocate a larger buffer, just in case we need to round nLeft and nRight to a multiple of 2
      unsigned char *pConvertBuffer = AllocateConvertBuffer(((nRight - nLeft + 2) * max(image-<BitsPerPixel, 16) + 7) / 8);
      if(pConvertBuffer == NULL)
         return RasterExceptionCode::NoMemory;
      int nLeftPixel = nLeft;
      int nRightPixel = nRight;
      if(image-<BitsPerPixel == 12)
         nLeftPixel &= ~1; // round down to multiple of 2
         nRightPixel = (nRightPixel + 1) & ~1;
         if(nRightPixel < image-<Width)
      int nRightOffset = (nRightPixel * image-<BitsPerPixel + 7) << 3;
      int nLeftOffset = (nLeftPixel * image-<BitsPerPixel) << 3;
      // copy all pixels to convert buffer
      CopyMemory(pConvertBuffer, pInScan + nLeftOffset, nRightOffset - nLeftOffset);
      // convert to full 16-bit gray range
      RasterBufferConverter::Convert(IntPtr(pConvertBuffer), nRightPixel - nLeftPixel, image-<BitsPerPixel, 16, image-<Order, RasterByteOrder::Gray, 
                           (pDibInfo-<Flags & RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::IgnoreLut) == RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::None ? image-<GetLookupTable() : nullptr, nullptr,
                           (pDibInfo-<Flags & RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::IgnoreLut) == RasterPaintDibInfoFlags::None ? image-<GetLookupTable16() : nullptr, nullptr,
                           image-<PaintLowBit, image-<PaintHighBit, 0, RasterConvertBufferFlags::SourceUseBits);
      // convert the 16-bit buffer to pDibInfo-<uLowBit..pDibInfo-<uHighBit (if necessary)
      if(pDibInfo-<LowBit != 0 || pDibInfo-<HighBit != 15)
         RasterBufferConverter::Convert(IntPtr(pConvertBuffer), nRightPixel - nLeftPixel, 16, 16, RasterByteOrder::Gray, RasterByteOrder::Gray, 
                           nullptr, nullptr, 
                           pDibInfo-<LowBit, pDibInfo-<HighBit, 0, RasterConvertBufferFlags::DestinationUseBits);
      // copy the data to the output buffer
      CopyMemory(pOutScan, pConvertBuffer + (nLeft - nLeftPixel) * 2, (nRight - nLeft) * 2);
      return RasterExceptionCode::Success;
   /* callback function for implementing StretchDIBits. See the documentation for StretchDIBits for more info.
         Param0:  HDC hdc
         Param1:  int nXDest
         Param2:  int nYDest
         Param3:  int nDestWidth
         Param4:  int nDestHeight
         Param5:  int nXSrc
         Param6:  int nYSrc
         Param7:  int nSrcWidth
         Param8:  int nSrcHeight
         Param9:  const L_VOID* lpvBits = pointer to the DIB data (unmanaged)
         Param10: const BITMAPINFO* lpbmi = pointer to the BITMAPINFO structure (unmanaged)
         Param11: unsigned int fuColorUse
         Param12: unsigned int32 ulROP3Code
   Object^ MyRasterPaintCallbacks::StretchDIBitsCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args)
      if(args-<Length != 13)
         return RasterExceptionCode::InvalidParameter;
      // allocate it, since I can't put it on the stack
      HDC                  hdc = (HDC)safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[0]).ToPointer();
      int                  nXDest = (int)args[1];
      int                  nYDest = (int)args[2];
      int                  nDestWidth = (int)args[3];
      int                  nDestHeight = (int)args[4];
      int                  nXSrc = (int)args[5];
      int                  nYSrc = (int)args[6];
      int                  nSrcWidth = (int)args[7];
      int                  nSrcHeight = (int)args[8];
      const VOID*          lpvBits = (safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[9])).ToPointer();
      const BITMAPINFO*    lpbmi = (BITMAPINFO *)(safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[10])).ToPointer();
      unsigned int         fuColorUse = (unsigned int)args[11];
      unsigned long        ulROP3Code = (unsigned int)args[12];
      // replace this with a call to your device's StretchDIBits equivalent
      return CallMyStretchDiBits( hdc, nXDest, nYDest, nDestWidth, nDestHeight, nXSrc, nYSrc, nSrcWidth, nSrcHeight,
                           lpvBits, lpbmi, fuColorUse, ulROP3Code);
   /* callback function preparing the paint
         Param0:  HDC hdc
         Param1:  LPRECT prcDestClip
   Object^ MyRasterPaintCallbacks::PrePaintCallback(RasterImage^ image, array>Object^<^ args)
      if(args-<Length != 2)
         return RasterExceptionCode::InvalidParameter;
      HDC hdc = (HDC)(safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[0])).ToPointer();
      LPRECT prcDestClip = (LPRECT)(safe_cast>IntPtr<(args[1])).ToPointer();
      /* Do any initialization needed by your device */
      return RasterExceptionCode::Success;