[cairo] Shouldn't Cairo use/offer degrees rather than radians?
Bill Spitzak
spitzak at gmail.com
Fri Jun 30 22:59:02 UTC 2017
On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 1:44 PM, David Kastrup <dak at gnu.org> wrote:
> I am not calling any atan2d.
Your code copied and pasted from the previous email. If this is not
your code please explain where the code you want to use is:
Real
Offset::angle_degrees () const
{
Real x = coordinate_a_ [X_AXIS];
Real y = coordinate_a_ [Y_AXIS];
// We keep in the vicinity of multiples of 45 degrees here: this is
// where straightforward angles for straightforward angular
// relations are most expected. The factors of 2 employed in the
// comparison are not really perfect for that: sqrt(2)+1 would be
// the factor giving exact windows of 45 degrees rather than what we
// have here. It's just that 2 is likely to generate nicer code
// than 2.4 and the exact handover does not really matter.
//
// Comparisons here are chosen appropriately to let infinities end
// up in their "exact" branch. As opposed to the normal atan2
// function behavior, this makes "competing" infinities result in
// NAN angles.
if (y < 0.0)
{
if (2*x < -y)
if (-x > -2*y) // x < 0, y < 0, |x| > |2y|
return -180 + atan2d (-y, -x);
else if (-2*x >= -y) // x < 0, y < 0, |y| < |2x| <= |4y|
return -135 + atan2d (x - y, -y - x);
else // y < 0, |y| >= |2x|
return -90 + atan2d (x, -y);
else if (x <= -2*y) // x > 0, y < 0, |y| <= |2x| < |4y|
return -45 + atan2d (x + y, x - y);
// Drop through for y < 0, x > |2y|
}
else if (y > 0.0)
{
if (2*x < y)
if (-x > 2*y) // x < 0, y >= 0, |x| > |2y|
return 180 - atan2d (y, -x);
else if (-2*x >= y) // x < 0, y >= 0, |y| < |2x| <= |4y|
return 135 - atan2d (x + y, y - x);
else // y >= 0, |y| >= |2x|
return 90 - atan2d (x, y);
else if (x <= 2*y) // x >= 0, y >= 0, |y| < |2x| < |4y|
return 45 - atan2d (x - y, x + y);
// Drop through for y > 0, x > |2y|
}
else
// we return 0 for (0,0). NAN would be an option but is a
// nuisance for getting back to rectangular coordinates. Strictly
// speaking, this argument would be just as valid for (+inf.0,
// +inf.0), but then infinities are already an indication of a
// problem in LilyPond.
return (x < 0.0) ? 180 : 0;
return atan2d (y, x);
}
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