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 * @(#) $Header: /cvsroot/nsnam/nam-1/animation.cc,v 1.24 2003/10/11 22:56:49 xuanc Exp $ (LBL)
 */

#include <memory.h>
#include <tcl.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "animation.h"
#include "paint.h"
#include "monitor.h"

unsigned int Animation::LASTID_ = 0;
Tcl_HashTable *Animation::AniHash_ = 0;
unsigned int Animation::nAniHash_ = 0;

// Static method
Animation* Animation::find(unsigned int id)
{
      Tcl_HashEntry *he = Tcl_FindHashEntry(AniHash_, (const char *)id);
      Animation *res = NULL;
      if (he != NULL) 
            res = (Animation*) Tcl_GetHashValue(he);
      return res;
}

Animation::Animation(double tim, long offset)
{
      paint_ = 0;
      oldPaint_ = 0;
      next_ = 0;
      prev_ = 0;
      si_.time = tim;
      si_.offset = offset;
      monitor_ = NULL;
      id_ = Animation::LASTID_++;
      tags_ = NULL;
      nTag_ = 0;
      aType_ = 0 ;
      bb_.clear();

      if (Animation::AniHash_ == 0) {
            Animation::AniHash_ = new Tcl_HashTable;
            Tcl_InitHashTable(Animation::AniHash_, TCL_ONE_WORD_KEYS);
      }

      // Enter hash table for quick lookup and access
      int newEntry = 1;
      Tcl_HashEntry *he = Tcl_CreateHashEntry(AniHash_, 
                                    (const char *)id_, &newEntry);
      if (newEntry && (he != NULL)) {
            // Do not handle exception he == NULL. Don't know how.
            Tcl_SetHashValue(he, (ClientData)this);
            nAniHash_++;
      }
}

//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// Animation::~Animation()
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
Animation::~Animation() {
//    if (prev_ != 0)
//          *prev_ = next_;
//    if (next_ != 0)
//          next_->prev_ = prev_;
// The above is taken care of by calling detach
  // Remove myself from the list on which I may be connected
  detach();

      if (tags_ != NULL)
            delete tags_;

      // Remove from hash table
      Tcl_HashEntry *he = Tcl_FindHashEntry(AniHash_, (const char *)id_);
      if (he != NULL) {
            Tcl_DeleteHashEntry(he);
            nAniHash_--;
      }
}

void Animation::addTag(Animation *t)
{
      if (tags_ == NULL) 
            tags_ = new Animation* [AnimationTagIncrement];
      else if (nTag_ % AnimationTagIncrement == 0) {
            // Increase tag array space
            Animation **tmp = new Animation* [nTag_+AnimationTagIncrement];
            memcpy((char *)tmp, (char *)tags_, nTag_ * sizeof(Animation*));
            delete tags_;
            tags_ = tmp;
      }
      tags_[nTag_++] = t;
}

void Animation::deleteTag(Animation *t)
{
      for (int i = 0; i < nTag_; i++) {
            if (tags_[i] == t) {
                  tags_[i] = tags_[nTag_ - 1];
                  nTag_ --;
            }
      }
}

//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// void
// Animation::detach()
//   - Removes animation object from its prev_/next_ linked list
//   - Mostly used by the drawables_ and animations_ lists in NetModel
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
void
Animation::detach() {
      if (prev_ != 0) {
    // Set my previous neighbor's next_ to point to my next neighbor
            *prev_ = next_;
  }
  
      if (next_ != 0) {
    // Set my next neighbor's prev_ to point to my previous neighbors next_
            next_->prev_ = prev_;
  }

  // When you remove this object don't forget to set all animation 
  // pointers to NULL because when this object is deleted it will also 
  // try to detach itself from the list
  prev_ = NULL;
  next_ = NULL;
}

//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// void
// Animation::insert(Animation **head)
//   - Insert to the front of the list
//   - This seems to be a bad implementation.  All over the nam code
//     I see use of this insert method right after the next_ pointer
//     is used for another list.
//     For Example from netmodel.cc:
//               n->next_ = nodes_;
//               nodes_ = n;
//               n->insert(&drawables_);
//
//   - It works but is very confusing as to which next_ refers to what.
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
void
Animation::insert(Animation **head) {
  //Set my next pointer to the former head of the list
      next_ = * head;

      if (next_) {
    // Make the former head of the list point to my next_
    // so that it can assign me to another object if it is 
    // removed.
            next_->prev_ = &next_;
  }

      prev_ = head;
      *head = this;
}

void Animation::update(double /*now*/)
{
      /* do nothing */
}

void Animation::reset(double /*now*/)
{
      /* do nothing */
}

int Animation::inside(double /*now*/, float px, float py) const
{
      // Why not use bbox to make a generic inside???
      return bb_.inside(px, py);
}

float Animation::distance(float, float) const
{
      // do nothing 
      return HUGE_VAL;
}

void
Animation::merge(BBox & b) { 
      if (b.xmin > bb_.xmin)
            b.xmin = bb_.xmin;

      if (b.ymin > bb_.ymin)
            b.ymin = bb_.ymin;

      if (b.xmax < bb_.xmax)
            b.xmax = bb_.xmax;

      if (b.ymax < bb_.ymax)
            b.ymax = bb_.ymax;
}


const char* Animation::info() const
{
      return (0);
}

const char* Animation::property()
{
      return (0);
}

//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// const char *
// Animation::getProperties(char * type)
//   - type is a object type. for example in queuehandle.h you can 
//     have different types of queueahandles (DropTail, RED, etc)
//   - Used by the editor to update the properties window when the
//     type is changed
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
const char *
Animation::getProperties(const char * type) {
      return property();
}

const char* Animation::getname() const
{
      return (0);
}

const char* Animation::getfid() const
{
      return (0);
}

const char* Animation::getesrc() const
{
      return (0);
}

const char* Animation::getedst() const
{
      return (0);
}

const char* Animation::gettype() const
{
      return (0);
}

void Animation::monitor(Monitor *m, double now, char *result, int len)
{
}

MonState *Animation::monitor_state(void)
{
  return NULL;
}


void Animation::color(const char *color)
{
  int pno = Paint::instance()->lookup(color, 3);
  if (pno < 0) {
    fprintf(stderr, "Animation::color: no such color: %s",
            color);
    return;
  }
  paint(pno);
}

void Animation::change_color(char *clr)
{
      oldPaint_ = paint_;
      color(clr);
}

void Animation::toggle_color() 
{
      int pno = oldPaint_;
      oldPaint_ = paint_;
      paint_ = pno;
}

Animation* Animation::getLastTag()
{
      if (nTag_ > 0) 
            return tags_[0]->getLastTag();
      else 
            return this;
}

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