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#ifndef CINE_PAL_H
#define CINE_PAL_H

#include "graphics/pixelformat.h"

namespace Cine {

// Constants related to kLowPalFormat
#define kLowPalBytesPerColor 2
#define kLowPalNumColors 16
#define kLowPalNumBytes ((kLowPalNumColors) * (kLowPalBytesPerColor))

/*! \brief Low resolution (9-bit) color format used in Cine's 16-color modes. */
static const Graphics::PixelFormat kLowPalFormat(kLowPalBytesPerColor, 3, 3, 3, 0, 8, 4, 0, 0);


// Constants related to kHighPalFormat
#define kHighPalBytesPerColor 3
#define kHighPalNumColors 256
#define kHighPalNumBytes ((kHighPalNumColors) * (kHighPalBytesPerColor))

/*! \brief High resolution (24-bit) color format used in Cine's 256-color modes. */
static const Graphics::PixelFormat kHighPalFormat(kHighPalBytesPerColor, 8, 8, 8, 0, 0, 8, 16, 0);

/*! \brief The color format used by OSystem's setPalette-function. */
static const Graphics::PixelFormat kSystemPalFormat(4, 8, 8, 8, 0, 0, 8, 16, 0);

/*! \brief Endian types. Used at least by Palette class's load and save functions.
 * TODO: Move somewhere more general as this is definitely not Cine-engine specific
 *
 * NOTE: It seems LITTLE_ENDIAN and/or BIG_ENDIAN were defined already on some platforms so
 * therefore renamed the enumerations to something not clashing by giving them "CINE_"-prefixes.
 */
00059 enum EndianType {
      CINE_NATIVE_ENDIAN,
      CINE_LITTLE_ENDIAN,
      CINE_BIG_ENDIAN
};

struct PalEntry {
      char name[10];
      byte pal1[16];
      byte pal2[16];
};

extern Common::Array<PalEntry> palArray;

void loadPal(const char *fileName);

void loadRelatedPalette(const char *fileName);

// A class for handling Cine-engine's palettes.
// TODO: Test a bit more
class Palette {
public:
      struct Color {
            uint8 r, g, b;
      };

      /*! \brief Create an initially black palette with the given color format and number of colors.
       * \param format Color format
       * \param numColors Number of colors
       * \note For the default constructed object (i.e. no parameters given) this will hold: empty() && !isValid()
       */
      Palette(const Graphics::PixelFormat format = Graphics::PixelFormat(), const uint numColors = 0);

      /*! \brief Clear the palette (Set color count to zero, release memory, overwrite color format with default value).
       * \note This is very different from using fillWithBlack-function which fills the palette with black.
       */
      Palette &clear();

      /*! \brief Load palette from buffer with given color format, endianness and number of colors.
       * \param buf Input buffer
       * \param size Input buffer size in bytes
       * \param format Input color format
       * \param numColors Number of colors to load
       * \param endian The endianness of the colors in the input buffer
       */
      Palette &load(const byte *buf, const uint size, const Graphics::PixelFormat format, const uint numColors, const EndianType endian);

      /*! \brief Save the whole palette to buffer in original color format using defined endianness.
       * \param buf Output buffer
       * \param size Output buffer size in bytes
       * \param endian The endian type to use
       */
      byte *save(byte *buf, const uint size, const EndianType endian) const;

      /*! \brief Save the whole palette to buffer in given color format using defined endianness.
       * \param buf Output buffer
       * \param size Output buffer size in bytes
       * \param format Output color format
       * \param endian The endian type to use
       */
      byte *save(byte *buf, const uint size, const Graphics::PixelFormat format, const EndianType endian) const;

      /*! \brief Save (partial) palette to buffer in given color format using defined endianness.
       * \param buf Output buffer
       * \param size Output buffer size in bytes
       * \param format Output color format
       * \param numColors Number of colors to save
       * \param endian The endian type to use
       * \param firstIndex Starting color index (from which onwards to save the colors)
       */
      byte *save(byte *buf, const uint size, const Graphics::PixelFormat format, const uint numColors, const EndianType endian, const byte firstIndex = 0) const;

      /*! \brief Rotate the palette in color range [firstIndex, lastIndex] to the right by the specified rotation amount.
       * \param rotationAmount Amount to rotate the sub-palette to the right. Only values 0 and 1 are currently supported!
       */
      Palette &rotateRight(byte firstIndex, byte lastIndex, signed rotationAmount = 1);
      Palette &saturatedAddColor(Palette &output, byte firstIndex, byte lastIndex, signed r, signed g, signed b) const;

      /*! \brief Saturated add an RGB color in given color format to current palette's subset and save the modified colors in the given output palette.
       * \param output The output palette (Only this palette is modified)
       * \param firstIndex First color index of the palette's subset (Inclusive range)
       * \param lastIndex Last color index of the palette's subset (Inclusive range)
       * \param rSource The red color component in the source color format
       * \param gSource The green color component in the source color format
       * \param bSource The blue color component in the source color format
       * \param sourceFormat The source color format (i.e. the color format of the given RGB color)
       * \note This function basically converts the given color to the palette's internal color format
       * and adds that using the normal saturatedAddColor-function.
       */
      Palette &saturatedAddColor(Palette &output, byte firstIndex, byte lastIndex, signed rSource, signed gSource, signed bSource, const Graphics::PixelFormat &sourceFormat) const;

      /*! \brief Saturated add a normalized gray value to current palette's subset and save the modified colors in the given output palette.
       * \param output The output palette (Only this palette is modified)
       * \param firstIndex First color index of the palette's subset (Inclusive range)
       * \param lastIndex Last color index of the palette's subset (Inclusive range)
       * \param grayDividend Dividend of the normalized gray value
       * \param grayDenominator Denominator of the normalized gray value
       * \note The normalized gray value (i.e. in range [-1, +1]) is given as a fractional number
       * (i.e. the normalized gray value is calculated by dividing grayDividend by grayDenominator).
       */
      Palette &saturatedAddNormalizedGray(Palette &output, byte firstIndex, byte lastIndex, signed grayDividend, signed grayDenominator) const;

      bool empty() const;
      uint colorCount() const;

      Palette &fillWithBlack();

      /*! \brief Is the palette valid? (Mostly just checks the color format for correctness) */
      bool isValid() const;

      /*! \brief The original color format in which this palette was loaded. */
      const Graphics::PixelFormat &colorFormat() const;

      /*! \brief Sets current palette to global OSystem's palette using g_system->setPalette. */
      void setGlobalOSystemPalette() const;

      /*! \brief Get the color at the given palette index. */
      Color getColor(byte index) const;

      /*! \brief Get the red color component of the color at the given palette index. */
      uint8 getR(byte index) const;

      /*! \brief Get the green color component of the color at the given palette index. */
      uint8 getG(byte index) const;

      /*! \brief Get the blue color component of the color at the given palette index. */
      uint8 getB(byte index) const;

private:
      void setColorFormat(const Graphics::PixelFormat format);

      // WORKAROUND: Using a reference to a result here instead of returning an Color object.
      // This is needed because when using a Color as return value, this would crash Chrilith's
      // compiler for PalmOS.
      // TODO: Add more information about the compiler.
      void saturatedAddColor(Color &result, const Color &baseColor, signed r, signed g, signed b) const;

private:
      Graphics::PixelFormat _format; ///< The used source color format
      Common::Array<Color> _colors;  ///< The actual palette data
};

} // End of namespace Cine

#endif

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