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/* ScummVM - Graphic Adventure Engine
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 * $URL: https://scummvm.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/scummvm/scummvm/tags/release-1-2-1/engines/draci/screen.cpp $
 * $Id: screen.cpp 46320 2009-12-09 21:03:22Z fingolfin $
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#include "common/stream.h"
#include "common/system.h"

#include "draci/draci.h"
#include "draci/screen.h"
#include "draci/surface.h"
#include "draci/sprite.h"


namespace Draci {

Screen::Screen(DraciEngine *vm) : _vm(vm) {
      _surface = new Surface(kScreenWidth, kScreenHeight);
      _palette = new byte[4 * kNumColours];
      _blackPalette = new byte[3 * kNumColours];
      for (int i = 0; i < 3 * kNumColours; ++i) {
            _blackPalette[i] = 0;
      }
      setPalette(NULL, 0, kNumColours);
      this->clearScreen();
}

Screen::~Screen() {
      delete _surface;
      delete[] _palette;
      delete[] _blackPalette;
}

/**
 * @brief Sets a part of the palette
 * @param data Pointer to a buffer containing new palette data
 *        start Index of the colour where replacement should start
 *        num Number of colours to replace
 */
00060 void Screen::setPalette(const byte *data, uint16 start, uint16 num) {
      Common::MemoryReadStream pal(data ? data : _blackPalette, 3 * kNumColours);
      pal.seek(start * 3);

      // Copy the palette
      for (uint16 i = start; i < start + num; ++i) {
            _palette[i * 4] = pal.readByte();
            _palette[i * 4 + 1] = pal.readByte();
            _palette[i * 4 + 2] = pal.readByte();
            _palette[i * 4 + 3] = 0;
      }

      // Shift the palette two bits to the left to make it brighter.  The
      // original game only uses 6-bit colors 0..63.
      for (int i = start * 4; i < (start + num) * 4; ++i) {
            _palette[i] <<= 2;
      }

      _vm->_system->setPalette(_palette, start, num);
}

void Screen::interpolatePalettes(const byte *first, const byte *second, uint16 start, uint16 num, int index, int number) {
      Common::MemoryReadStream firstPal(first ? first : _blackPalette, 3 * kNumColours);
      Common::MemoryReadStream secondPal(second ? second : _blackPalette, 3 * kNumColours);
      firstPal.seek(start * 3);
      secondPal.seek(start * 3);

      // Interpolate the palettes
      for (uint16 i = start; i < start + num; ++i) {
            _palette[i * 4] = interpolate(firstPal.readByte(), secondPal.readByte(), index, number);
            _palette[i * 4 + 1] = interpolate(firstPal.readByte(), secondPal.readByte(), index, number);
            _palette[i * 4 + 2] = interpolate(firstPal.readByte(), secondPal.readByte(), index, number);
            _palette[i * 4 + 3] = 0;
      }

      // Shift the palette two bits to the left to make it brighter
      for (int i = start * 4; i < (start + num) * 4; ++i) {
            _palette[i] <<= 2;
      }

      _vm->_system->setPalette(_palette, start, num);
}

int Screen::interpolate(int first, int second, int index, int number) {
      return (second * index + first * (number - index)) / number;
}

/**
 * @brief Copies the current memory screen buffer to the real screen
 */
00110 void Screen::copyToScreen() {
      const Common::List<Common::Rect> *dirtyRects = _surface->getDirtyRects();
      Common::List<Common::Rect>::const_iterator it;

      // If a full update is needed, update the whole screen
      if (_surface->needsFullUpdate()) {
            byte *ptr = (byte *)_surface->getBasePtr(0, 0);

            _vm->_system->copyRectToScreen(ptr, kScreenWidth,
                  0, 0, kScreenWidth, kScreenHeight);
      } else {
            // Otherwise, update only the dirty rectangles

            for (it = dirtyRects->begin(); it != dirtyRects->end(); ++it) {

                  // Pointer to the upper left corner of the rectangle
                  byte *ptr = (byte *)_surface->getBasePtr(it->left, it->top);

                  _vm->_system->copyRectToScreen(ptr, kScreenWidth,
                        it->left, it->top, it->width(), it->height());
            }
      }

      // Call the "real" updateScreen and mark the surface clean
      _vm->_system->updateScreen();
      _surface->markClean();
}

/**
 * @brief Clears the screen
 *
 * Clears the screen and marks the whole screen dirty.
 */
00143 void Screen::clearScreen() {
      byte *ptr = (byte *)_surface->getBasePtr(0, 0);

      _surface->markDirty();

      memset(ptr, 0, kScreenWidth * kScreenHeight);
}

} // End of namespace Draci

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