FLTK 1.3.4
Fl_Bitmap Class Reference

The Fl_Bitmap class supports caching and drawing of mono-color (bitmap) images. More...

#include <Fl_Bitmap.H>

Inheritance diagram for Fl_Bitmap:
Fl_Image Fl_XBM_Image

Public Member Functions

virtual Fl_Imagecopy (int W, int H)
 The copy() method creates a copy of the specified image. More...
 
Fl_Imagecopy ()
 
virtual void draw (int X, int Y, int W, int H, int cx=0, int cy=0)
 Draws the image with a bounding box. More...
 
void draw (int X, int Y)
 
 Fl_Bitmap (const uchar *bits, int W, int H)
 The constructors create a new bitmap from the specified bitmap data. More...
 
 Fl_Bitmap (const char *bits, int W, int H)
 The constructors create a new bitmap from the specified bitmap data. More...
 
virtual void label (Fl_Widget *w)
 The label() methods are an obsolete way to set the image attribute of a widget or menu item. More...
 
virtual void label (Fl_Menu_Item *m)
 The label() methods are an obsolete way to set the image attribute of a widget or menu item. More...
 
virtual void uncache ()
 If the image has been cached for display, delete the cache data. More...
 
virtual ~Fl_Bitmap ()
 The destructor frees all memory and server resources that are used by the bitmap.
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Image
virtual void color_average (Fl_Color c, float i)
 The color_average() method averages the colors in the image with the FLTK color value c. More...
 
Fl_Imagecopy ()
 The copy() method creates a copy of the specified image. More...
 
int count () const
 The count() method returns the number of data values associated with the image. More...
 
int d () const
 Returns the current image depth. More...
 
const char *const * data () const
 Returns a pointer to the current image data array. More...
 
virtual void desaturate ()
 The desaturate() method converts an image to grayscale. More...
 
void draw (int X, int Y)
 Draws the image. More...
 
int fail ()
 Returns a value that is not 0 if there is currently no image available. More...
 
 Fl_Image (int W, int H, int D)
 The constructor creates an empty image with the specified width, height, and depth. More...
 
int h () const
 Returns the current image height in pixels.
 
void inactive ()
 The inactive() method calls color_average(FL_BACKGROUND_COLOR, 0.33f) to produce an image that appears grayed out. More...
 
int ld () const
 Returns the current line data size in bytes. More...
 
int w () const
 Returns the current image width in pixels.
 
virtual ~Fl_Image ()
 The destructor is a virtual method that frees all memory used by the image.
 

Public Attributes

int alloc_array
 Non-zero if array points to bitmap data allocated internally.
 
const uchararray
 pointer to raw bitmap data
 

Friends

class Fl_GDI_Graphics_Driver
 
class Fl_GDI_Printer_Graphics_Driver
 
class Fl_Quartz_Graphics_Driver
 
class Fl_Xlib_Graphics_Driver
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Image
static void RGB_scaling (Fl_RGB_Scaling)
 Sets the RGB image scaling method used for copy(int, int). More...
 
static Fl_RGB_Scaling RGB_scaling ()
 Returns the currently used RGB image scaling method. More...
 
- Static Public Attributes inherited from Fl_Image
static const int ERR_FILE_ACCESS = -2
 
static const int ERR_FORMAT = -3
 
static const int ERR_NO_IMAGE = -1
 
- Protected Member Functions inherited from Fl_Image
void d (int D)
 Sets the current image depth.
 
void data (const char *const *p, int c)
 Sets the current array pointer and count of pointers in the array.
 
void draw_empty (int X, int Y)
 The protected method draw_empty() draws a box with an X in it. More...
 
void h (int H)
 Sets the current image height in pixels.
 
void ld (int LD)
 Sets the current line data size in bytes. More...
 
void w (int W)
 Sets the current image width in pixels.
 
- Static Protected Member Functions inherited from Fl_Image
static void labeltype (const Fl_Label *lo, int lx, int ly, int lw, int lh, Fl_Align la)
 
static void measure (const Fl_Label *lo, int &lw, int &lh)
 

Detailed Description

The Fl_Bitmap class supports caching and drawing of mono-color (bitmap) images.

Images are drawn using the current color.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Fl_Bitmap::Fl_Bitmap ( const uchar bits,
int  W,
int  H 
)
inline

The constructors create a new bitmap from the specified bitmap data.

Fl_Bitmap::Fl_Bitmap ( const char *  array,
int  W,
int  H 
)
inline

The constructors create a new bitmap from the specified bitmap data.

Member Function Documentation

Fl_Image * Fl_Bitmap::copy ( int  W,
int  H 
)
virtual

The copy() method creates a copy of the specified image.

If the width and height are provided, the image is resized to the specified size. The image should be deleted (or in the case of Fl_Shared_Image, released) when you are done with it.

Reimplemented from Fl_Image.

void Fl_Bitmap::draw ( int  X,
int  Y,
int  W,
int  H,
int  cx = 0,
int  cy = 0 
)
virtual

Draws the image with a bounding box.

Arguments X,Y,W,H specify a bounding box for the image, with the origin (upper-left corner) of the image offset by the cx and cy arguments.

In other words: fl_push_clip(X,Y,W,H) is applied, the image is drawn with its upper-left corner at X-cx,Y-cy and its own width and height, fl_pop_clip() is applied.

Reimplemented from Fl_Image.

void Fl_Bitmap::label ( Fl_Widget widget)
virtual

The label() methods are an obsolete way to set the image attribute of a widget or menu item.

Use the image() or deimage() methods of the Fl_Widget and Fl_Menu_Item classes instead.

Reimplemented from Fl_Image.

void Fl_Bitmap::label ( Fl_Menu_Item m)
virtual

The label() methods are an obsolete way to set the image attribute of a widget or menu item.

Use the image() or deimage() methods of the Fl_Widget and Fl_Menu_Item classes instead.

Reimplemented from Fl_Image.

void Fl_Bitmap::uncache ( )
virtual

If the image has been cached for display, delete the cache data.

This allows you to change the data used for the image and then redraw it without recreating an image object.

Reimplemented from Fl_Image.


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