[cairo] cairo_clip()-related question
a.babich at rez.ru
Wed Nov 26 02:21:21 PST 2008
> You seem to be abusing the
> cairo_save/restore calls
Do you mean the stack overflow with cairo_save() calls? If yes, then see the sequence of calls in my example:
That is, we have separately the current cairo context and the saved
context. The last one is to be extracted from stack before its modification
by means of carrying in a clipping mask for cairo_clip(); so no stack
overflow takes place.
> and reusing a cairo context
> for a transient window
> which i am not sure will
I'm little bit confused about what the "transient window" is. Can you
comment on it? My example draws the single constant window.
> First try splitting
> out your drawing code to a
> seperate function that
> accepts only a cairo
> context. Then create a new
> cairo surface and context
> on every fillWinWithCairo
> but if it's a redrawRequest
> just add the clip like you
> have it before calling
> drawing function.
OK. I've created initCairo() function for creating a surface and a context
for a one window; a function redraw() as well for adding a clipping and stroke to the
current context. The context isn't passed as a parameter; it is global and
it is applied to one single window.
The source file is attended. Look through, please (this is modified
according to your advice as I understood it).
If line 106 is uncommented, the clipping would take place and _nothing_ be
drawn, although the clipping borders are defined correctly. In other case it
is drawn without clipping. Is there some glitch?
Alexei Babich, circuit engineer, OOO NPP "Rezonans", Chelyabinsk, Russia
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