source: libcaca/trunk/caca/caca.h @ 711

Last change on this file since 711 was 711, checked in by Sam Hocevar, 14 years ago
  • Removed CUCUL_BACKGROUND, CUCUL_ANTIALIASING and CUCUL_DITHERING environment variables handling. Replaced that with three per-bitmap functions: cucul_set_bitmap_antialias(), cucul_set_bitmap_color() and cucul_set_bitmap_dithering().
  • Added cucul_set_bitmap_brightness() and cucul_set_bitmap_contrast() prototypes (but did not implement them yet).
  • Added cucul_set_bitmap_charset() to choose what characters are going to be used for the bitmap rendering.
  • Removed the now useless cucul_get_feature(), cucul_set_feature() etc.
  • Property svn:keywords set to Id
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1/*
2 *  libcaca       Colour ASCII-Art library
3 *  Copyright (c) 2002-2006 Sam Hocevar <sam@zoy.org>
4 *                All Rights Reserved
5 *
6 *  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
7 *  modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want To
8 *  Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar. See
9 *  http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
10 */
11
12/** \file caca.h
13 *  \version \$Id: caca.h 711 2006-04-01 15:02:05Z sam $
14 *  \author Sam Hocevar <sam@zoy.org>
15 *  \brief The \e libcaca public header.
16 *
17 *  This header contains the public types and functions that applications
18 *  using \e libcaca may use.
19 */
20
21/** \mainpage libcaca developer documentation
22 *
23 *  \section intro Introduction
24 *
25 *  \e libcaca is a graphics library that outputs text instead of pixels,
26 *  so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals. It is not
27 *  unlike the famous AAlib library. \e libcaca can use almost any virtual
28 *  terminal to work, thus it should work on all Unix systems (including
29 *  Mac OS X) using either the slang library or the ncurses library, on DOS
30 *  using the conio library, and on Windows systems using either slang or
31 *  ncurses (through Cygwin emulation) or conio. There is also a native X11
32 *  driver, and an OpenGL driver (through freeglut) that does not require a
33 *  text terminal. For machines without a screen, the raw driver can be used
34 *  to send the output to another machine, using for instance cacaserver.
35 *
36 *  \e libcaca is free software, released under the Do What The Fuck You
37 *  Want To Public License. This ensures that no one, not even the \e libcaca
38 *  developers, will ever have anything to say about what you do with the
39 *  software. It used to be licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public
40 *  License, but that was not free enough.
41 *
42 *  \section api The libcaca API
43 *
44 *  \e libcaca relies on a low-level, device independent library, called
45 *  \e libcucul. \e libcucul can be used alone as a simple ASCII and/or
46 *  Unicode compositing canvas.
47 *
48 *  The complete \e libcucul and \e libcaca programming interface is
49 *  available from the cucul.h and caca.h headers.
50 *
51 *  \section env Environment variables
52 *
53 *  Some environment variables can be used to change the behaviour of
54 *  \e libcaca without having to modify the program which uses them. These
55 *  variables are:
56 *
57 *  \li \b CACA_DRIVER: set the backend video driver. In order of preference:
58 *      - \c conio uses the DOS conio.h interface.
59 *      - \c ncurses uses the ncurses library.
60 *      - \c slang uses the S-Lang library.
61 *      - \c x11 uses the native X11 driver.
62 *      - \c gl uses freeglut and opengl libraries.
63 *      - \c raw outputs to the standard output instead of rendering the
64 *        canvas. This is can be used together with cacaserver.
65 *
66 *  \li \b CACA_GEOMETRY: set the video display size. The format of this
67 *      variable must be XxY, with X and Y being integer values. This option
68 *      currently works with the network, X11 and GL drivers.
69 *
70 *  \li \b CACA_FONT: set the rendered font. The format of this variable is
71 *      implementation dependent, but since it currently only works with the
72 *      X11 driver, an X11 font name such as "fixed" or "5x7" is expected.
73 */
74
75#ifndef __CACA_H__
76#define __CACA_H__
77
78#define CACA_API_VERSION_1
79
80#include <cucul.h>
81
82#ifdef __cplusplus
83extern "C"
84{
85#endif
86
87/** \brief User event types.
88 *
89 *  Event types returned by caca_get_event().
90 */
91enum caca_event_type
92{
93    CACA_EVENT_NONE =          0x0000, /**< No event. */
94
95    CACA_EVENT_KEY_PRESS =     0x0001, /**< A key was pressed. */
96    CACA_EVENT_KEY_RELEASE =   0x0002, /**< A key was released. */
97    CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_PRESS =   0x0004, /**< A mouse button was pressed. */
98    CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_RELEASE = 0x0008, /**< A mouse button was released. */
99    CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_MOTION =  0x0010, /**< The mouse was moved. */
100    CACA_EVENT_RESIZE =        0x0020, /**< The window was resized. */
101
102    CACA_EVENT_ANY =           0xffff  /**< Bitmask for any event. */
103};
104
105/** \brief User events.
106 *
107 *  This structure is filled by caca_get_event() when an event is received.
108 *  The \e type field is always valid. The validity of the \e data union
109 *  depends on the value of the \e type field:
110 *
111 *  \li \b CACA_EVENT_NONE: no other field is valid.
112 *
113 *  \li \b CACA_EVENT_KEY_PRESS, \b CACA_EVENT_KEY_RELEASE: the \e data.key.c
114 *      field is valid and contains either the ASCII value for the key, or
115 *      an \e enum \e caca_key value. If the value is a printable ASCII
116 *      character, the \e data.key.ucs4 and \e data.key.utf8 fields are
117 *      also filled and contain respectively the UCS-4/UTF-32 and the UTF-8
118 *      representations of the character. Otherwise, their content is
119 *      undefined.
120 *
121 *  \li \b CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_PRESS, \b CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_RELEASE: the
122 *      \e data.mouse.button field is valid and contains the index of the
123 *      mouse button that was pressed.
124 *
125 *  \li \b CACA_EVENT_MOUSE_MOTION: the \e data.mouse.x and \e data.mouse.y
126 *      fields are valid and contain the mouse coordinates in character
127 *      cells.
128 *
129 *  \li \b CACA_EVENT_RESIZE: the \e data.resize.w and \e data.resize.h
130 *      fields are valid and contain the new width and height values of
131 *      the \e libcucul canvas attached to \e libcaca.
132 *
133 *  The result of accessing data members outside the above conditions is
134 *  undefined.
135 */
136struct caca_event
137{
138    enum caca_event_type type;
139    union
140    {
141        struct { unsigned int x, y, button; } mouse;
142        struct { unsigned int w, h; } resize;
143        struct { unsigned int c; unsigned long int ucs4; char utf8[8]; } key;
144    } data;
145};
146
147/** \brief Special key values.
148 *
149 *  Special key values returned by caca_get_event() for which there is no
150 *  ASCII equivalent.
151 */
152enum caca_key
153{
154    CACA_KEY_UNKNOWN = 0x00, /**< Unknown key. */
155
156    /* The following keys have ASCII equivalents */
157    CACA_KEY_BACKSPACE = 0x08, /**< The backspace key. */
158    CACA_KEY_TAB =       0x09, /**< The tabulation key. */
159    CACA_KEY_RETURN =    0x0d, /**< The return key. */
160    CACA_KEY_PAUSE =     0x13, /**< The pause key. */
161    CACA_KEY_ESCAPE =    0x1b, /**< The escape key. */
162    CACA_KEY_DELETE =    0x7f, /**< The delete key. */
163
164    /* The following keys do not have ASCII equivalents but have been
165     * chosen to match the SDL equivalents */
166    CACA_KEY_UP =    0x111, /**< The up arrow key. */
167    CACA_KEY_DOWN =  0x112, /**< The down arrow key. */
168    CACA_KEY_LEFT =  0x113, /**< The left arrow key. */
169    CACA_KEY_RIGHT = 0x114, /**< The right arrow key. */
170
171    CACA_KEY_INSERT =   0x115, /**< The insert key. */
172    CACA_KEY_HOME =     0x116, /**< The home key. */
173    CACA_KEY_END =      0x117, /**< The end key. */
174    CACA_KEY_PAGEUP =   0x118, /**< The page up key. */
175    CACA_KEY_PAGEDOWN = 0x119, /**< The page down key. */
176
177    CACA_KEY_F1 =  0x11a, /**< The F1 key. */
178    CACA_KEY_F2 =  0x11b, /**< The F2 key. */
179    CACA_KEY_F3 =  0x11c, /**< The F3 key. */
180    CACA_KEY_F4 =  0x11d, /**< The F4 key. */
181    CACA_KEY_F5 =  0x11e, /**< The F5 key. */
182    CACA_KEY_F6 =  0x11f, /**< The F6 key. */
183    CACA_KEY_F7 =  0x120, /**< The F7 key. */
184    CACA_KEY_F8 =  0x121, /**< The F8 key. */
185    CACA_KEY_F9 =  0x122, /**< The F9 key. */
186    CACA_KEY_F10 = 0x123, /**< The F10 key. */
187    CACA_KEY_F11 = 0x124, /**< The F11 key. */
188    CACA_KEY_F12 = 0x125, /**< The F12 key. */
189    CACA_KEY_F13 = 0x126, /**< The F13 key. */
190    CACA_KEY_F14 = 0x127, /**< The F14 key. */
191    CACA_KEY_F15 = 0x128  /**< The F15 key. */
192};
193
194typedef struct caca_context caca_t;
195
196/** \defgroup basic Basic functions
197 *
198 *  These functions provide the basic \e libcaca routines for driver
199 *  initialisation, system information retrieval and configuration.
200 *
201 *  @{ */
202caca_t * caca_attach(cucul_t *qq);
203void caca_detach(caca_t *kk);
204void caca_set_delay(caca_t *kk, unsigned int);
205void caca_display(caca_t *kk);
206unsigned int caca_get_rendertime(caca_t *kk);
207unsigned int caca_get_window_width(caca_t *kk);
208unsigned int caca_get_window_height(caca_t *kk);
209int caca_set_window_title(caca_t *kk, char const *);
210/*  @} */
211
212/** \defgroup event Event handling
213 *
214 *  These functions handle user events such as keyboard input and mouse
215 *  clicks.
216 *
217 *  @{ */
218int caca_get_event(caca_t *kk, unsigned int, struct caca_event *, int);
219unsigned int caca_get_mouse_x(caca_t *kk);
220unsigned int caca_get_mouse_y(caca_t *kk);
221void caca_set_mouse(caca_t *kk, int);
222/*  @} */
223
224#ifdef __cplusplus
225}
226#endif
227
228#endif /* __CACA_H__ */
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