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* Copyright 2006 The Android Open Source Project
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
#ifndef SkInterpolator_DEFINED
#define SkInterpolator_DEFINED
#include "SkScalar.h"
class SkInterpolatorBase : SkNoncopyable {
enum Result {
void reset(int elemCount, int frameCount);
/** Return the start and end time for this interpolator.
If there are no key frames, return false.
@param startTime If not null, returns the time (in milliseconds) of the
first keyframe. If there are no keyframes, this param
is ignored (left unchanged).
@param endTime If not null, returns the time (in milliseconds) of the
last keyframe. If there are no keyframes, this parameter
is ignored (left unchanged).
@return True if there are key frames, or false if there are none.
bool getDuration(SkMSec* startTime, SkMSec* endTime) const;
/** Set the whether the repeat is mirrored.
@param mirror If true, the odd repeats interpolate from the last key
frame and the first.
void setMirror(bool mirror) {
fFlags = SkToU8((fFlags & ~kMirror) | (int)mirror);
/** Set the repeat count. The repeat count may be fractional.
@param repeatCount Multiplies the total time by this scalar.
void setRepeatCount(SkScalar repeatCount) { fRepeat = repeatCount; }
/** Set the whether the repeat is mirrored.
@param reset If true, the odd repeats interpolate from the last key
frame and the first.
void setReset(bool reset) {
fFlags = SkToU8((fFlags & ~kReset) | (int)reset);
Result timeToT(SkMSec time, SkScalar* T, int* index, bool* exact) const;
enum Flags {
kMirror = 1,
kReset = 2,
kHasBlend = 4
static SkScalar ComputeRelativeT(SkMSec time, SkMSec prevTime,
SkMSec nextTime, const SkScalar blend[4] = NULL);
int16_t fFrameCount;
uint8_t fElemCount;
uint8_t fFlags;
SkScalar fRepeat;
struct SkTimeCode {
SkMSec fTime;
SkScalar fBlend[4];
SkTimeCode* fTimes; // pointer into fStorage
void* fStorage;
#ifdef SK_DEBUG
SkTimeCode(* fTimesArray)[10];
class SkInterpolator : public SkInterpolatorBase {
SkInterpolator(int elemCount, int frameCount);
void reset(int elemCount, int frameCount);
/** Add or replace a key frame, copying the values[] data into the
@param index The index of this frame (frames must be ordered by time)
@param time The millisecond time for this frame
@param values The array of values [elemCount] for this frame. The data
is copied into the interpolator.
@param blend A positive scalar specifying how to blend between this
and the next key frame. [0...1) is a cubic lag/log/lag
blend (slow to change at the beginning and end)
1 is a linear blend (default)
bool setKeyFrame(int index, SkMSec time, const SkScalar values[],
const SkScalar blend[4] = NULL);
/** Return the computed values given the specified time. Return whether
those values are the result of pinning to either the first
(kFreezeStart) or last (kFreezeEnd), or from interpolated the two
nearest key values (kNormal).
@param time The time to sample (in milliseconds)
@param (may be null) where to write the computed values.
Result timeToValues(SkMSec time, SkScalar values[] = NULL) const;
SkScalar* fValues; // pointer into fStorage
#ifdef SK_DEBUG
SkScalar(* fScalarsArray)[10];
typedef SkInterpolatorBase INHERITED;
/** Interpolate a cubic curve, typically to provide an ease-in ease-out transition.
All the parameters are in the range of [0...1].
The input value is treated as the x-coordinate of the cubic.
The output value is the y-coordinate on the cubic at the x-coordinate.
@param value The x-coordinate pinned between [0..1].
@param bx,by,cx,cy The cubic control points where the cubic is specified
as (0,0) (bx,by) (cx,cy) (1,1)
@return the corresponding y-coordinate value, from [0..1].
SkScalar SkUnitCubicInterp(SkScalar value, SkScalar bx, SkScalar by,
SkScalar cx, SkScalar cy);