1: #include <X/mit-copyright.h>
   2: 
   3: /* Copyright 1985 Massachusetts Institute of Technology */
   4: 
   5: /*
   6:  * xclock.c MIT Project Athena, X Window system clock.
   7:  *
   8:  *  This program provides the user with a small
   9:  * window contining a digital clock with day and date.
  10:  * Parameters are variable from the command line.
  11:  *
  12:  *  Author:	Tony Della Fera, DEC
  13:  *		September, 1984
  14:  * Hacked up by a cast of thousands....
  15:  */
  16: 
  17: #include <stdio.h>
  18: #include <math.h>
  19: #include <sys/time.h>
  20: #include <X/Xlib.h>
  21: 
  22: #define PI          3.141592
  23: 
  24: #define SEG_BUFF_SIZE       128
  25: 
  26: #define SECOND_HAND_FRACT   90
  27: #define MINUTE_HAND_FRACT   70
  28: #define HOUR_HAND_FRACT     40
  29: #define SECOND_HAND_TIME    30
  30: 
  31: #define DEF_UPDATE      60
  32: 
  33: #define DEF_BORDER      2
  34: #define DEF_VECTOR_HEIGHT   1
  35: #define DEF_VECTOR_WIDTH    1
  36: 
  37: #define DEF_DIGITAL_PADDING 10
  38: #define DEF_DIGITAL_FONT    "6x10"
  39: #define DEF_ANALOG_PADDING  8
  40: #define DEF_ANALOG_WIDTH    164
  41: #define DEF_ANALOG_HEIGHT   164
  42: 
  43: #define DEF_BORDER_COLOR    BlackPixel
  44: #define DEF_HIGH_COLOR      BlackPixel
  45: #define DEF_FRGRND_COLOR    BlackPixel
  46: #define DEF_BKGRND_COLOR    WhitePixel
  47: 
  48: #define UNINIT          -1
  49: #define FAILURE         0
  50: 
  51: #define max(a, b) ((a) > (b) ? (a) : (b))
  52: #define min(a, b) ((a) < (b) ? (a) : (b))
  53: #define abs(a) ((a) < 0 ? -(a) : (a))
  54: 
  55: typedef enum _bool {FALSE, TRUE} Bool;
  56: 
  57: Bool XClockDebug = FALSE;
  58: Bool AnalogClock = FALSE;
  59: Bool ShowSecondHand = FALSE;
  60: Bool Reverse = FALSE;
  61: 
  62: int CenterX = 0;
  63: int CenterY = 0;
  64: int NumSegs = 0;
  65: 
  66: int FrgrndColor;
  67: int BkgrndColor;
  68: int BorderColor;
  69: int HighColor;
  70: 
  71: Vertex SegBuff[SEG_BUFF_SIZE];
  72: Vertex *SegBuffPtr;
  73: 
  74: Window ClockWindow;
  75: 
  76: main(argc, argv)
  77:     int argc;
  78:     char **argv;
  79: {
  80:     char time_string[26];
  81:     register char *time_ptr = time_string;
  82: #ifdef DEBUG
  83:     register Bool debug = XClockDebug;
  84: #endif
  85:     register int i;
  86:     register int radius;
  87:     register int padding = UNINIT;  /* UNINIT = parameter uninitialized. */
  88:     int border = UNINIT;        /* UNINIT = parameter uninitialized. */
  89:     int update = UNINIT;        /* UNINIT = parameter uninitialized. */
  90:     int win_width = UNINIT;         /* UNINIT = parameter uninitialized. */
  91:     int win_height = UNINIT;        /* UNINIT = parameter uninitialized. */
  92:     int second_hand_length;
  93:     int minute_hand_length;
  94:     int hour_hand_length;
  95:     int readfds = 0;
  96:     int maxfds = 0;
  97:     int string_width;
  98:     int status;
  99:     Bool even_update = FALSE;
 100: 
 101:     long time_value;
 102: 
 103:     char *index();
 104:     char *ctime(), asctim();
 105:     char *strind;
 106:     char *fn = DEF_DIGITAL_FONT;
 107:     char *fore_color;
 108:     char *back_color;
 109:     char *high_color;
 110:     char *brdr_color;
 111:     char *geom = NULL;
 112:     char *display = NULL;
 113:     int rvflag = 0;
 114: 
 115:     Color cdef;
 116: 
 117:     struct tm *localtime();
 118:     struct timeval timeout;
 119:     struct tm tm;
 120:     struct tm otm;
 121: 
 122:     Font font;
 123:     FontInfo font_info;
 124:     XEvent event;
 125:     char *def_val;
 126: 
 127:     def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0], "BorderWidth");
 128:     if (def_val != NULL) border = atoi(def_val);
 129: 
 130:     def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0], "BodyFont");
 131:     if (def_val != NULL) fn = def_val;
 132: 
 133:     fore_color = XGetDefault(argv[0], "Foreground");
 134:     back_color = XGetDefault(argv[0], "Background");
 135:     high_color = XGetDefault(argv[0], "Highlight");
 136:     brdr_color = XGetDefault(argv[0], "Border");
 137: 
 138:     def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0], "ReverseVideo");
 139:     if(def_val != NULL && strcmp(def_val, "on") == 0) rvflag++;
 140: 
 141:     def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0], "InternalBorder");
 142:     if (def_val != NULL) padding = atoi(def_val);
 143: 
 144:     if ((def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0], "Mode")) != NULL) {
 145:         if (strcmp(def_val, "analog") == 0) AnalogClock = TRUE;
 146:         if (strcmp(def_val, "digital") == 0) AnalogClock = FALSE;
 147:         if (strcmp(def_val, "Analog") == 0) AnalogClock = TRUE;
 148:         if (strcmp(def_val, "Digital") == 0) AnalogClock = FALSE;
 149:     }
 150: 
 151:     def_val = XGetDefault(argv[0],"Update");
 152:     if (def_val != NULL) update = atoi(def_val);
 153: 
 154:     for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
 155:         if (argv [i] [0] == '=') {
 156:                 geom = argv[i];
 157:                 continue;
 158:         }
 159:         strind = index(argv[i], ':');
 160:         if(strind != NULL) {
 161:                 display = argv[i];
 162:             continue;
 163:         }
 164:         strind = index(argv [i], '-');
 165:         if (strind == NULL) Syntax(argv[0]);
 166:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-a") == 0 ||
 167:             strcmp(argv [i], "-analog") == 0) {
 168:             AnalogClock = TRUE;
 169:             continue;
 170:         }
 171:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-d") == 0 ||
 172:             strcmp(argv [i], "-digital") == 0) {
 173:             AnalogClock = FALSE;
 174:             continue;
 175:         }
 176:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-bw") == 0 ||
 177:             strcmp(argv [i], "-border") == 0) {
 178:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 179:             border = atoi(argv [i]);
 180:             continue;
 181:         }
 182: #ifdef DEBUG
 183:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-debug") == 0) {
 184:             XClockDebug = TRUE;
 185:             debug = TRUE;
 186:             continue;
 187:         }
 188: #endif
 189:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-fn") == 0 ||
 190:             strcmp(argv [i], "-font") == 0) {
 191:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 192:             fn = argv [i];
 193:             continue;
 194:         }
 195:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-fg") == 0 ||
 196:             strcmp(argv [i], "-foreground") == 0) {
 197:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 198:             fore_color = argv [i];
 199:             continue;
 200:         }
 201:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-bg") == 0 ||
 202:             strcmp(argv [i], "-background") == 0) {
 203:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 204:             back_color = argv [i];
 205:             continue;
 206:         }
 207:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-hl") == 0 ||
 208:             strcmp(argv [i], "-highlight") == 0) {
 209:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 210:             high_color = argv [i];
 211:             continue;
 212:         }
 213:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-bd") == 0 ||
 214:             strcmp(argv [i], "-bordercolor") == 0) {
 215:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 216:             brdr_color = argv [i];
 217:             continue;
 218:         }
 219:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-help") == 0) {
 220:             Syntax(argv[0]);
 221:         }
 222:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-p") == 0 ||
 223:             strcmp(argv [i], "-padding") == 0) {
 224:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 225:             padding = atoi(argv [i]);
 226:             continue;
 227:         }
 228:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-rv") == 0 ||
 229:             strcmp(argv [i], "-reverse") == 0) {
 230:             rvflag++;
 231:             continue;
 232:         }
 233:         if (strcmp(argv [i], "-u") == 0 ||
 234:             strcmp(argv [i], "-update") == 0) {
 235:             if (++i >= argc) Syntax(argv[0]);
 236:             update = atoi(argv [i]);
 237:             continue;
 238:         }
 239:         Syntax(argv[0]);
 240:     }
 241: 
 242:     /*
 243: 	 * Open up the display.
 244: 	 */
 245:     if (XOpenDisplay(display) == NULL) {
 246:         XClockError("Error while trying to open display");
 247:     }
 248:     if (rvflag) Reverse = TRUE;
 249: 
 250:     /*
 251: 	 * Set up colors and pixmaps.
 252: 	 */
 253:     if (brdr_color != NULL) {
 254:         if (DisplayCells() > 2) {
 255:         if (
 256:             XParseColor(brdr_color, &cdef) &&
 257:             XGetHardwareColor(&cdef)
 258:         ) BorderColor = cdef.pixel;
 259:         else BorderColor = DEF_BORDER_COLOR;
 260:         }
 261:         else if (strcmp(brdr_color, "black") == 0)
 262:         BorderColor = BlackPixel;
 263:         else if (strcmp(brdr_color, "white") == 0)
 264:         BorderColor = WhitePixel;
 265:         else BorderColor = DEF_BORDER_COLOR;
 266:     }
 267:     else BorderColor = DEF_BORDER_COLOR;
 268: 
 269:     if (fore_color != NULL) {
 270:         if (DisplayCells() > 2) {
 271:         if (
 272:             XParseColor(fore_color, &cdef) &&
 273:             XGetHardwareColor(&cdef)
 274:         ) FrgrndColor = cdef.pixel;
 275:         else FrgrndColor = DEF_FRGRND_COLOR;
 276:         }
 277:         else if (strcmp(fore_color, "black") == 0)
 278:         FrgrndColor = BlackPixel;
 279:         else if (strcmp(fore_color, "white") == 0)
 280:         FrgrndColor = WhitePixel;
 281:         else FrgrndColor = DEF_FRGRND_COLOR;
 282:     }
 283:     else FrgrndColor = DEF_FRGRND_COLOR;
 284: 
 285:     if (back_color != NULL) {
 286:         if (DisplayCells() > 2) {
 287:         if (
 288:             XParseColor(back_color, &cdef) &&
 289:             XGetHardwareColor(&cdef)
 290:         ) BkgrndColor = cdef.pixel;
 291:         else BkgrndColor = DEF_BKGRND_COLOR;
 292:         }
 293:         else if (strcmp(back_color, "black") == 0)
 294:         BkgrndColor = BlackPixel;
 295:         else if (strcmp(back_color, "white") == 0)
 296:         BkgrndColor = WhitePixel;
 297:         else BkgrndColor = DEF_BKGRND_COLOR;
 298:     }
 299:     else BkgrndColor = DEF_BKGRND_COLOR;
 300: 
 301:     if ((high_color != NULL) && AnalogClock) {
 302:         if (DisplayCells() > 2) {
 303:         if (
 304:             XParseColor(high_color, &cdef) &&
 305:             XGetHardwareColor(&cdef)
 306:         ) HighColor = cdef.pixel;
 307:         else HighColor = DEF_HIGH_COLOR;
 308:         }
 309:         else if (strcmp(high_color, "black") == 0)
 310:         HighColor = BlackPixel;
 311:         else if (strcmp(high_color, "white") == 0)
 312:         HighColor = WhitePixel;
 313:         else HighColor = DEF_HIGH_COLOR;
 314:     }
 315:     else HighColor = DEF_HIGH_COLOR;
 316: 
 317:     if (Reverse) {
 318:         HighColor = BorderColor = BkgrndColor;
 319:         BkgrndColor = FrgrndColor;
 320:         FrgrndColor = HighColor;
 321:     }
 322: 
 323:     /*
 324: 	 * Set up analog and digital specific defaults.
 325: 	 */
 326:     if (AnalogClock == TRUE) {
 327:         /*
 328: 		 * Set analog defaults.
 329: 		 */
 330:         if (padding == UNINIT) padding = DEF_ANALOG_PADDING;
 331:         if (update == UNINIT) update = DEF_UPDATE;
 332:         if (update <= SECOND_HAND_TIME) ShowSecondHand = TRUE;
 333:         /*
 334: 		 * Initialize the segment buffer and segment buffer pointer.
 335: 		 */
 336:         SegBuffPtr = SegBuff;
 337: 
 338:         /*
 339: 		 * Initialize the number of "segments" in the buffer; each
 340: 		 * segment is one Vertex or 3 shorts, an x value, a y value
 341: 		 * and the flags as passed to XDraw.
 342: 		 */
 343:         NumSegs = 0;
 344:     }
 345:     else {
 346:         /*
 347: 		 * Set digital defaults.
 348: 		 */
 349: 
 350:         if (padding == UNINIT) padding = DEF_DIGITAL_PADDING;
 351:         if (update == UNINIT) update = DEF_UPDATE;
 352: 
 353:         /*
 354: 		 * Get font dependent information and determine window
 355: 		 * size from a test string.
 356: 		 */
 357:         time(&time_value);
 358:         time_ptr = ctime(&time_value);
 359:         time_ptr[strlen(time_ptr) - 1] = 0;
 360: 
 361:         font = XGetFont(fn);
 362:         if (font == FAILURE) XClockError("Can't get font");
 363: 
 364:         status = XQueryFont(font, &font_info);
 365:         if (status == FAILURE) XClockError("Can't query font");
 366: 
 367:         string_width = XQueryWidth (time_ptr, font);
 368: 
 369:         }
 370: 
 371: 
 372:     /*
 373: 	 * Now set analog and digital independent defaults.
 374: 	 */
 375:     if (border == UNINIT) border = DEF_BORDER;
 376:     if (update > 1 && ((60 / update) * update == 60)) even_update = TRUE;
 377: 
 378:     /*
 379: 	 * Open the main window.
 380: 	 */
 381:     {
 382:     int min_width, min_height;
 383:     char default_geom[20];
 384:     OpaqueFrame frame;
 385:     if (AnalogClock) {
 386:         min_width = DEF_ANALOG_WIDTH/3;
 387:         min_height = DEF_ANALOG_HEIGHT/3;
 388:         sprintf (default_geom,
 389:              "%dx%d-0-0", DEF_ANALOG_WIDTH, DEF_ANALOG_HEIGHT);
 390:         }
 391:     else {
 392:         min_width = string_width + (2 * padding);
 393:         min_height = font_info.height + (2 * padding);
 394:         sprintf (default_geom, "%dx%d-0-0", min_width, min_height);
 395:         }
 396:     frame.bdrwidth = border;
 397:     frame.border = XMakeTile (BorderColor);
 398:     frame.background = XMakeTile (BkgrndColor);
 399:     ClockWindow = XCreate (
 400:         AnalogClock ? "Analog XClock" : "Digital XClock",
 401:         argv[0],
 402:         geom,
 403:         default_geom,
 404:         &frame,
 405:         min_width,
 406:         min_height);
 407:     if (ClockWindow == FAILURE)
 408:         XClockError("Can't open clock window");
 409:     }
 410: 
 411:     /*
 412: 	 * Select window exposure events to see if the contents of
 413: 	 * the window have been erased or altered.  Select unmap events so
 414: 	 * we can stop output when iconified.
 415: 	 */
 416:     XSelectInput(ClockWindow, ExposeWindow|UnmapWindow);
 417: 
 418:     /*
 419: 	 * Map clock window to screen.
 420: 	 */
 421:     XMapWindow(ClockWindow);
 422: 
 423:     /*
 424: 	 * Initialize the select system call's maximum file
 425: 	 * descriptor number to be one more than the file descriptor
 426: 	 * number of the X connection.
 427: 	 */
 428:     maxfds = dpyno() + 1;
 429: 
 430:     /*
 431: 	 * Initialize the select timeout structure.
 432: 	 */
 433:     timeout.tv_sec = update;
 434:     timeout.tv_usec = 0;
 435: 
 436:     /*
 437: 	 * Initialize the old-time structure.
 438: 	 */
 439:     otm = *localtime(&time_value);
 440: 
 441:     /*
 442: 	 * Synchronize X before proceeding.
 443: 	 */
 444:     XSync(FALSE);
 445: 
 446:     /*
 447: 	 * Main clock loop.
 448: 	 */
 449:     while (TRUE) {
 450:         time(&time_value);
 451:         tm = *localtime(&time_value);
 452:         if (even_update) {
 453:             /* Truncate to update interval, get new timeout */
 454:             timeout.tv_sec = update - tm.tm_sec;
 455:             tm.tm_sec = (tm.tm_sec / update) * update;
 456:             timeout.tv_sec += tm.tm_sec;
 457:         }
 458:         if (AnalogClock == FALSE) {
 459:             /*
 460: 			 * See if there are any events pending that
 461: 			 * arn't supposed to be there.
 462: 			 */
 463:             if (XPending() != 0) {
 464:                 /*
 465: 				 * There is an event pending so we must
 466: 				 * check to see if it is an ExposeWindow
 467: 				 * event, if it is anything else somthing
 468: 				 * went wrong!
 469: 				 */
 470:                 XNextEvent(&event);
 471:                 if (event.type == UnmapWindow) {
 472:                     XPeekEvent(&event);
 473:                     continue;
 474:                 }
 475:                 if (event.type != ExposeWindow) {
 476:                     XClockError("Unexpected X_Event (digital mode)");
 477:                 }
 478:             }
 479:             time_ptr = asctime(&tm);
 480:             time_ptr[strlen(time_ptr) - 1] = 0;
 481:             XTextPad (
 482:                 ClockWindow,
 483:                 padding, padding,
 484:                     time_ptr, strlen(time_ptr),
 485:                 font, 0, 0,
 486:                 FrgrndColor, BkgrndColor,
 487:                 GXcopy, AllPlanes
 488:             );
 489:         }
 490:         else {
 491:             /*
 492: 			 * Look for an X_Event associated with xclock.
 493: 			 */
 494:             if (XPending() != 0) {
 495:                 /*
 496: 				 * There is an event pending so we must
 497: 				 * check to see if it is an ExposeWindow
 498: 				 * event, if it is anything else, somthing
 499: 				 * went wrong!
 500: 				 */
 501:                 XNextEvent(&event);
 502:                 if (event.type == UnmapWindow) {
 503:                     XPeekEvent(&event);
 504:                     continue;
 505:                 }
 506:                 if (event.type == ExposeWindow) {
 507:                     /*
 508: 					 * Ok, we have a window exposure event,
 509: 					 * refresh the clock face.  Check to
 510: 					 * see if the window has changed size.
 511: 					 */
 512:                     XExposeWindowEvent *exp_event = (XExposeWindowEvent *)&event;
 513:                     if ((exp_event->width != win_width) ||
 514:                             (exp_event->height != win_height)) {
 515:                         win_width = exp_event->width;
 516:                         win_height = exp_event->height;
 517:                         radius = (min(win_width, win_height) -(2 * padding)) / 2;
 518:                         second_hand_length =
 519:                              ((SECOND_HAND_FRACT *
 520:                              radius)
 521:                              / 100);
 522:                         minute_hand_length =
 523:                              ((MINUTE_HAND_FRACT *
 524:                              radius) / 100);
 525:                         hour_hand_length =
 526:                             ((HOUR_HAND_FRACT *
 527:                             radius) / 100);
 528:                         CenterX = win_width / 2;
 529:                         CenterY = win_height / 2;
 530:                     }
 531:                     DrawClockFace(second_hand_length,
 532:                         radius);
 533:                 }
 534:                 else {
 535:                     /*
 536: 					 * We should never get here!
 537: 					 */
 538:                     XClockError("Unexpected X_Event (analog mode)");
 539:                 }
 540:             }
 541:             /*
 542: 			 * The second (or minute) hand is sec (or min)
 543: 			 * sixtieths around the clock face. The hour hand is
 544: 			 * (hour + min/60) twelfths of the way around the
 545: 			 * clock-face.  The derivation is left as an excercise
 546: 			 * for the reader.
 547: 			 */
 548: 
 549:             /*
 550: 			 * Erase old hands.
 551: 			 */
 552:             if (ShowSecondHand == TRUE) {
 553:                 DrawHand(1, second_hand_length,
 554:                     ((double) otm.tm_sec)/60.0);
 555:             }
 556:             DrawHand(1, minute_hand_length,
 557:                 ((double) otm.tm_min)/60.0);
 558:             DrawHand(1, hour_hand_length,
 559:                 (((double)otm.tm_hour) +
 560:                 (((double)otm.tm_min)/60.0))/12.0);
 561:             Sync(BkgrndColor);
 562: 
 563:             /*
 564: 			 * 12 hour clock.
 565: 			 */
 566:             if(tm.tm_hour > 12)
 567:             tm.tm_hour -= 12;
 568: 
 569:             /*
 570: 			 * Draw new hands.
 571: 			 */
 572:             if (ShowSecondHand == TRUE) {
 573:                 DrawHand(1, second_hand_length,
 574:                     ((double) tm.tm_sec)/60.0);
 575:             }
 576:             DrawHand(1, minute_hand_length,
 577:                 ((double) tm.tm_min)/60.0);
 578:             DrawHand(1, hour_hand_length,
 579:                 (((double) tm.tm_hour) +
 580:                 (((double) tm.tm_min)/60.0))/12.0);
 581:             Sync(HighColor);
 582: 
 583:             /*
 584: 			 * Make the new time now be the old time.
 585: 			 */
 586:             otm = tm;
 587:         }
 588:         XFlush ();
 589: 
 590:         /*
 591: 		 * Use the select system call on the file descriptor in
 592: 		 * the display structure to determine if there is work
 593: 		 * to be done.  If not block untill timeout.  Remember to
 594: 		 * reset the file descriptor before each select.
 595: 		 */
 596:         readfds = 1 << dpyno();
 597:         if (select(maxfds, &readfds, NULL, NULL, &timeout) == -1)
 598:         XClockError("Error in select on display file descriptor");
 599:     }
 600: }
 601: 
 602: 
 603: /*
 604:  * DrawHand - Draws (or erases) a hand.  Fraction_of_a_circle is a
 605:  * fraction between 0 and 1 (inclusive) indicating how far around the
 606:  * circle (clockwise) high noon.
 607:  *
 608:  * Blank_length is the distance from the center which the hand begins
 609:  * (logically 0, but I have the feature, I might as well use it).
 610:  * length is the maximum length of the hand.
 611:  *
 612:  * The blank_length feature is because I wanted to draw tick-marks around the
 613:  * circle (for seconds).  The obvious means of drawing lines from the center
 614:  * to the perimeter, then erasing all but the outside most pixels doesn't
 615:  * work because of round-off error (sigh).
 616:  */
 617: DrawHand(blank_length, length, fraction_of_a_circle)
 618:     int blank_length;
 619:     int length;
 620:     double fraction_of_a_circle;
 621: {
 622: 
 623:     double cos();
 624:     double sin();
 625:     double angle;
 626: 
 627:     /*
 628: 	 *  A full circle is 2 PI radians.
 629: 	 *  Angles are measured from 6 o'clock, not noon (or so it seems).
 630: 	 *  Thus, when fraction_of_a_circle is 0, we want angle to be PI,
 631: 	 *  and when fraction_of_a_circle is 1, we want angle to be 3 PI.
 632: 	 *
 633: 	 *  Also, angles increase counter-clockwise, not clockwise, so we
 634: 	 *  throw in a factor of -1 so our clock doesn't run backwards.
 635: 	 */
 636:     angle = (-2 * PI * fraction_of_a_circle) + PI;
 637: 
 638:     /*
 639: 	 * Add the move instruction to the segment buffer and increment
 640: 	 * the "next" pointer.
 641: 	 */
 642:     SegBuffPtr->x = CenterX + (int)((float)blank_length * sin(angle));
 643:     SegBuffPtr->y = CenterY + (int)((float)blank_length * cos(angle));
 644:     SegBuffPtr->flags = VertexDontDraw;
 645:     SegBuffPtr++;
 646:     NumSegs++;
 647: 
 648:     /*
 649: 	 * Add the new point to the buffer and increment the "next" pointer.
 650: 	 */
 651:     SegBuffPtr->x = CenterX + (int)((float)length * sin(angle));
 652:     SegBuffPtr->y = CenterY + (int)((float)length * cos(angle));
 653:     SegBuffPtr->flags = VertexDrawLastPoint;
 654:     SegBuffPtr++;
 655:     NumSegs++;
 656: }
 657: 
 658: 
 659: /*
 660:  *  Draw the clock face (every fifth tick-mark is longer
 661:  *  than the others).
 662:  */
 663: DrawClockFace(second_hand, radius)
 664:     int second_hand;
 665:     int radius;
 666: {
 667:     register Bool debug = XClockDebug;
 668:     register int i;
 669:     register int delta = (radius - second_hand) / 3;
 670: 
 671:     XClear(ClockWindow);
 672:     for (i = 0; i < 60; i++) {
 673:         if ((i % 5) == 0) {
 674:             DrawHand(second_hand, radius, ((double) i)/60.);
 675:         }
 676:         else {
 677:             DrawHand((radius - delta), radius, ((double) i)/60.);
 678:         }
 679:     }
 680:     /*
 681: 	 * Flush the buffer to the VS100.
 682: 	 */
 683:     Sync(FrgrndColor);
 684: }
 685: 
 686: 
 687: /*
 688:  * This routine synchronizes the segment buffer contents with the
 689:  * VS100 screen.  In effect, it flushes the buffer contents to the
 690:  * screen.
 691:  */
 692: Sync(color)
 693:     int color;      /* X drawing color. */
 694: {
 695:     register Bool debug = XClockDebug;
 696: 
 697:     /*
 698: 	 * Call the X draw curve routine.
 699: 	 */
 700:     XDraw(
 701:         ClockWindow,
 702:         SegBuff, NumSegs,
 703:         DEF_VECTOR_WIDTH, DEF_VECTOR_HEIGHT,
 704:         color, GXcopy, AllPlanes
 705:     );
 706: 
 707:     /*
 708: 	 * Reset the segment buffer pointer and the segment counter.
 709: 	 */
 710:     SegBuffPtr = SegBuff;
 711:     NumSegs = 0;
 712: }
 713: 
 714: 
 715: 
 716: /*
 717:  * Report the syntax for calling xclock.
 718:  */
 719: Syntax(call)
 720:     char *call;
 721: {
 722:     printf ("Usage: %s [-analog] [-bw <pixels>] [-digital]\n", call);
 723:     printf ("       [-fg <color>] [-bg <color>] [-hl <color>] [-bd <color>]\n");
 724:     printf ("       [-fn <font_name>] [-help] [-padding <pixels>]\n");
 725:     printf ("       [-rv] [-update <seconds>] [[<host>]:[<vs>]]\n");
 726:     printf ("       [=[<width>][x<height>][<+-><xoff>[<+-><yoff>]]]\n\n");
 727:     printf ("Default: %s -digital -bw %d -font %s -padding %d -update %d =-0-0\n\n",
 728:         call, DEF_BORDER, DEF_DIGITAL_FONT, DEF_DIGITAL_PADDING, DEF_UPDATE);
 729:     printf ("Default: %s -analog -bw %d -padding %d -update %d =%dx%d-0-0\n\n",
 730:         call, DEF_BORDER, DEF_DIGITAL_PADDING, DEF_UPDATE,
 731:         DEF_ANALOG_WIDTH, DEF_ANALOG_HEIGHT);
 732:     printf ("Notes: The order in which switches are specified is not significant.\n");
 733:     printf ("       In analog mode the second hand only appears for update times\n");
 734:     printf ("       less than or equal to %d seconds.\n", SECOND_HAND_TIME);
 735:     exit(0);
 736: }
 737: 
 738: 
 739: /*
 740:  * XClockError - Fatal xclock error.
 741:  */
 742: XClockError (identifier)
 743:     char *identifier;
 744: {
 745:     register Bool debug = XClockDebug;
 746: 
 747:     if (debug) printf("XClockError: Fatal xclock error encountered.\n");
 748:     perror("xclock");
 749:     fprintf(stderr, "xclock: %s\n", identifier);
 750: 
 751:     exit(1);
 752: }
 753: 
 754: /*
 755:  * End of xclock.c
 756:  */

Defined functions

DrawClockFace defined in line 663; used 1 times
DrawHand defined in line 617; used 8 times
Sync defined in line 692; used 3 times
Syntax defined in line 719; used 11 times
XClockError defined in line 742; used 7 times
main defined in line 76; never used

Defined variables

AnalogClock defined in line 58; used 11 times
BkgrndColor defined in line 67; used 11 times
BorderColor defined in line 68; used 8 times
CenterX defined in line 62; used 3 times
CenterY defined in line 63; used 3 times
ClockWindow defined in line 74; used 7 times
FrgrndColor defined in line 66; used 10 times
HighColor defined in line 69; used 9 times
NumSegs defined in line 64; used 5 times
Reverse defined in line 60; used 2 times
SegBuff defined in line 71; used 3 times
SegBuffPtr defined in line 72; used 10 times
ShowSecondHand defined in line 59; used 3 times
XClockDebug defined in line 57; used 5 times

Defined enum's

_bool defined in line 55; never used

Defined typedef's

Bool defined in line 55; used 9 times

Defined macros

DEF_ANALOG_HEIGHT defined in line 41; used 3 times
DEF_ANALOG_PADDING defined in line 39; used 1 times
DEF_ANALOG_WIDTH defined in line 40; used 3 times
DEF_BKGRND_COLOR defined in line 46; used 3 times
DEF_BORDER defined in line 33; used 3 times
DEF_BORDER_COLOR defined in line 43; used 3 times
DEF_DIGITAL_FONT defined in line 38; used 2 times
DEF_DIGITAL_PADDING defined in line 37; used 3 times
DEF_FRGRND_COLOR defined in line 45; used 3 times
DEF_HIGH_COLOR defined in line 44; used 3 times
DEF_UPDATE defined in line 31; used 4 times
DEF_VECTOR_HEIGHT defined in line 34; used 1 times
DEF_VECTOR_WIDTH defined in line 35; used 1 times
FAILURE defined in line 49; used 3 times
HOUR_HAND_FRACT defined in line 28; used 1 times
MINUTE_HAND_FRACT defined in line 27; used 1 times
PI defined in line 22; used 2 times
  • in line 636(2)
SECOND_HAND_FRACT defined in line 26; used 1 times
SECOND_HAND_TIME defined in line 29; used 2 times
SEG_BUFF_SIZE defined in line 24; used 1 times
  • in line 71
UNINIT defined in line 48; used 10 times
abs defined in line 53; never used
max defined in line 51; never used
min defined in line 52; used 1 times
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