[fpc-pascal] Implementing AggPas with PtcGraph
Stefan V. Pantazi
svpantazi at gmail.com
Tue Jun 13 20:02:58 CEST 2017
There is a minus sign in the call:
agg^.attach(@graph_buffer.data, IMAGE_WIDTH, IMAGE_HEIGHT,
-(IMAGE_WIDTH * RGB_WIDTH))
Removing it will flip the Y axis.
With regard to color, there may be two options:
1) the ideal way would be to specify the rgb order of a pixel format in
the Agg_2D constructor. The m_pixFormat has a m_order field with the
type order_type defined in agg_color.pas; have not figured it yet
2) knowing the R and B channels are swapped, you can do all your drawing
with colors there R and B are switched.
On 06/13/2017 12:42 PM, James Richters wrote:
> I've just realized that the red and blue channels are reversed. The sample
> program aggpas_ptcgraph_output.pas has the star filled in with a red fade
> and a blue series of random lines while the original test.png file had a
> blue fade in the star with red random lines. Also, the image is flipped on
> the Y axis compared to the original example. The small green square is in
> the upper left corner of test.png, but it is in the lower left corner of
> I've been able to duplicate the results of test.png by shifting the left 5
> bits 11 positions to the right and the right 5 bits 11 positions to the left
> and flipping the Y axis, but I can only do that with putpixel and a nested
> loop, which is quite a bit slower than putimage.
> Any ideas how I can build the data correctly so putimage will work?
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