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Q3Canvas Class Reference

The Q3Canvas class provides a 2D area that can contain Q3CanvasItem objects. More...

 #include <Q3Canvas>

This class is part of the Qt 3 support library. It is provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using it in new code. See Porting to Qt 4 for more information.

Inherits: QObject.

Public Functions

Q3Canvas ( QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
Q3Canvas ( int w, int h )
Q3Canvas ( QPixmap p, int h, int v, int tilewidth, int tileheight )
virtual ~Q3Canvas ()
Q3CanvasItemList allItems ()
QColor backgroundColor () const
QPixmap backgroundPixmap () const
int chunkSize () const
Q3CanvasItemList collisions ( const QPoint & p ) const
Q3CanvasItemList collisions ( const QRect & r ) const
Q3CanvasItemList collisions ( const Q3PointArray & chunklist, const Q3CanvasItem * item, bool exact ) const
void drawArea ( const QRect & clip, QPainter * painter, bool dbuf = false )
int height () const
bool onCanvas ( int x, int y ) const
bool onCanvas ( const QPoint & p ) const
QRect rect () const
virtual void resize ( int w, int h )
virtual void retune ( int chunksze, int mxclusters = 100 )
virtual void setAdvancePeriod ( int ms )
virtual void setAllChanged ()
virtual void setBackgroundColor ( const QColor & c )
virtual void setBackgroundPixmap ( const QPixmap & p )
virtual void setChanged ( const QRect & area )
virtual void setDoubleBuffering ( bool y )
virtual void setTile ( int x, int y, int tilenum )
virtual void setTiles ( QPixmap p, int h, int v, int tilewidth, int tileheight )
virtual void setUnchanged ( const QRect & area )
virtual void setUpdatePeriod ( int ms )
QSize size () const
int tile ( int x, int y ) const
int tileHeight () const
int tileWidth () const
int tilesHorizontally () const
int tilesVertically () const
bool validChunk ( int x, int y ) const
bool validChunk ( const QPoint & p ) const
int width () const
  • 29 public functions inherited from QObject

Public Slots

virtual void advance ()
virtual void update ()
  • 1 public slot inherited from QObject

Signals

void resized ()

Protected Functions

virtual void drawBackground ( QPainter & painter, const QRect & clip )
virtual void drawForeground ( QPainter & painter, const QRect & clip )
  • 7 protected functions inherited from QObject

Additional Inherited Members

  • 1 property inherited from QObject
  • 5 static public members inherited from QObject

Detailed Description

The Q3Canvas class provides a 2D area that can contain Q3CanvasItem objects.

The Q3Canvas class manages its 2D graphic area and all the canvas items the area contains. The canvas has no visual appearance of its own. Instead, it is displayed on screen using a Q3CanvasView. Multiple Q3CanvasView widgets may be associated with a canvas to provide multiple views of the same canvas.

The canvas is optimized for large numbers of items, particularly where only a small percentage of the items change at any one time. If the entire display changes very frequently, you should consider using your own custom Q3ScrollView subclass.

Qt provides a rich set of canvas item classes, e.g. Q3CanvasEllipse, Q3CanvasLine, Q3CanvasPolygon, Q3CanvasPolygonalItem, Q3CanvasRectangle, Q3CanvasSpline, Q3CanvasSprite and Q3CanvasText. You can subclass to create your own canvas items; Q3CanvasPolygonalItem is the most common base class used for this purpose.

Items appear on the canvas after their show() function has been called (or setVisible(true)), and after update() has been called. The canvas only shows items that are visible, and then only if update() is called. (By default the canvas is white and so are canvas items, so if nothing appears try changing colors.)

If you created the canvas without passing a width and height to the constructor you must also call resize().

Although a canvas may appear to be similar to a widget with child widgets, there are several notable differences:

  • Canvas items are usually much faster to manipulate and redraw than child widgets, with the speed advantage becoming especially great when there are many canvas items and non-rectangular items. In most situations canvas items are also a lot more memory efficient than child widgets.
  • It's easy to detect overlapping items (collision detection).
  • The canvas can be larger than a widget. A million-by-million canvas is perfectly possible. At such a size a widget might be very inefficient, and some window systems might not support it at all, whereas Q3Canvas scales well. Even with a billion pixels and a million items, finding a particular canvas item, detecting collisions, etc., is still fast (though the memory consumption may be prohibitive at such extremes).
  • Two or more Q3CanvasView objects can view the same canvas.
  • An arbitrary transformation matrix can be set on each Q3CanvasView which makes it easy to zoom, rotate or shear the viewed canvas.
  • Widgets provide a lot more functionality, such as input (QKeyEvent, QMouseEvent etc.) and layout management (QGridLayout etc.).

A canvas consists of a background, a number of canvas items organized by x, y and z coordinates, and a foreground. A canvas item's z coordinate can be treated as a layer number -- canvas items with a higher z coordinate appear in front of canvas items with a lower z coordinate.

The background is white by default, but can be set to a different color using setBackgroundColor(), or to a repeated pixmap using setBackgroundPixmap() or to a mosaic of smaller pixmaps using setTiles(). Individual tiles can be set with setTile(). There are corresponding get functions, e.g. backgroundColor() and backgroundPixmap().

Note that Q3Canvas does not inherit from QWidget, even though it has some functions which provide the same functionality as those in QWidget. One of these is setBackgroundPixmap(); some others are resize(), size(), width() and height(). Q3CanvasView is the widget used to display a canvas on the screen.

Canvas items are added to a canvas by constructing them and passing the canvas to the canvas item's constructor. An item can be moved to a different canvas using Q3CanvasItem::setCanvas().

Canvas items are movable (and in the case of Q3CanvasSprites, animated) objects that inherit Q3CanvasItem. Each canvas item has a position on the canvas (x, y coordinates) and a height (z coordinate), all of which are held as floating-point numbers. Moving canvas items also have x and y velocities. It's possible for a canvas item to be outside the canvas (for example Q3CanvasItem::x() is greater than width()). When a canvas item is off the canvas, onCanvas() returns false and the canvas disregards the item. (Canvas items off the canvas do not slow down any of the common operations on the canvas.)

Canvas items can be moved with Q3CanvasItem::move(). The advance() function moves all Q3CanvasItem::animated() canvas items and setAdvancePeriod() makes Q3Canvas move them automatically on a periodic basis. In the context of the Q3Canvas classes, to `animate' a canvas item is to set it in motion, i.e. using Q3CanvasItem::setVelocity(). Animation of a canvas item itself, i.e. items which change over time, is enabled by calling Q3CanvasSprite::setFrameAnimation(), or more generally by subclassing and reimplementing Q3CanvasItem::advance(). To detect collisions use one of the Q3CanvasItem::collisions() functions.

The changed parts of the canvas are redrawn (if they are visible in a canvas view) whenever update() is called. You can either call update() manually after having changed the contents of the canvas, or force periodic updates using setUpdatePeriod(). If you have moving objects on the canvas, you must call advance() every time the objects should move one step further. Periodic calls to advance() can be forced using setAdvancePeriod(). The advance() function will call Q3CanvasItem::advance() on every item that is animated and trigger an update of the affected areas afterwards. (A canvas item that is `animated' is simply a canvas item that is in motion.)

Q3Canvas organizes its canvas items into chunks; these are areas on the canvas that are used to speed up most operations. Many operations start by eliminating most chunks (i.e. those which haven't changed) and then process only the canvas items that are in the few interesting (i.e. changed) chunks. A valid chunk, validChunk(), is one which is on the canvas.

The chunk size is a key factor to Q3Canvas's speed: if there are too many chunks, the speed benefit of grouping canvas items into chunks is reduced. If the chunks are too large, it takes too long to process each one. The Q3Canvas constructor tries to pick a suitable size, but you can call retune() to change it at any time. The chunkSize() function returns the current chunk size. The canvas items always make sure they're in the right chunks; all you need to make sure of is that the canvas uses the right chunk size. A good rule of thumb is that the size should be a bit smaller than the average canvas item size. If you have moving objects, the chunk size should be a bit smaller than the average size of the moving items.

The foreground is normally nothing, but if you reimplement drawForeground(), you can draw things in front of all the canvas items.

Areas can be set as changed with setChanged() and set unchanged with setUnchanged(). The entire canvas can be set as changed with setAllChanged(). A list of all the items on the canvas is returned by allItems().

An area can be copied (painted) to a QPainter with drawArea().

If the canvas is resized it emits the resized() signal.

The examples/canvas application and the 2D graphics page of the examples/demo application demonstrate many of Q3Canvas's facilities.

See also Q3CanvasView, Q3CanvasItem, QtCanvas, and Porting to Graphics View.

Member Function Documentation

Q3Canvas::Q3Canvas ( QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )

Create a Q3Canvas with no size. parent and name are passed to the QObject superclass.

Warning: You must call resize() at some time after creation to be able to use the canvas.

Q3Canvas::Q3Canvas ( int w, int h )

Constructs a Q3Canvas that is w pixels wide and h pixels high.

Q3Canvas::Q3Canvas ( QPixmap p, int h, int v, int tilewidth, int tileheight )

Constructs a Q3Canvas which will be composed of h tiles horizontally and v tiles vertically. Each tile will be an image tilewidth by tileheight pixels taken from pixmap p.

The pixmap p is a list of tiles, arranged left to right, (and in the case of pixmaps that have multiple rows of tiles, top to bottom), with tile 0 in the top-left corner, tile 1 next to the right, and so on, e.g.

0123
4567

The Q3Canvas is initially sized to show exactly the given number of tiles horizontally and vertically. If it is resized to be larger, the entire matrix of tiles will be repeated as often as necessary to cover the area. If it is smaller, tiles to the right and bottom will not be visible.

See also setTiles().

Q3Canvas::~Q3Canvas () [virtual]

Destroys the canvas and all the canvas's canvas items.

void Q3Canvas::advance () [virtual slot]

Moves all Q3CanvasItem::animated() canvas items on the canvas and refreshes all changes to all views of the canvas. (An `animated' item is an item that is in motion; see setVelocity().)

The advance takes place in two phases. In phase 0, the Q3CanvasItem::advance() function of each Q3CanvasItem::animated() canvas item is called with parameter 0. Then all these canvas items are called again, with parameter 1. In phase 0, the canvas items should not change position, merely examine other items on the canvas for which special processing is required, such as collisions between items. In phase 1, all canvas items should change positions, ignoring any other items on the canvas. This two-phase approach allows for considerations of "fairness", although no Q3CanvasItem subclasses supplied with Qt do anything interesting in phase 0.

The canvas can be configured to call this function periodically with setAdvancePeriod().

See also update().

Q3CanvasItemList Q3Canvas::allItems ()

Returns a list of all the items in the canvas.

QColor Q3Canvas::backgroundColor () const

Returns the color set by setBackgroundColor(). By default, this is white.

This function is not a reimplementation of QWidget::backgroundColor() (Q3Canvas is not a subclass of QWidget), but all Q3CanvasViews that are viewing the canvas will set their backgrounds to this color.

See also setBackgroundColor() and backgroundPixmap().

QPixmap Q3Canvas::backgroundPixmap () const

Returns the pixmap set by setBackgroundPixmap(). By default, this is a null pixmap.

See also setBackgroundPixmap() and backgroundColor().

int Q3Canvas::chunkSize () const

Returns the chunk size of the canvas.

See also retune().

Q3CanvasItemList Q3Canvas::collisions ( const QPoint & p ) const

Returns a list of canvas items that collide with the point p. The list is ordered by z coordinates, from highest z coordinate (front-most item) to lowest z coordinate (rear-most item).

Q3CanvasItemList Q3Canvas::collisions ( const QRect & r ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Returns a list of items which collide with the rectangle r. The list is ordered by z coordinates, from highest z coordinate (front-most item) to lowest z coordinate (rear-most item).

Q3CanvasItemList Q3Canvas::collisions ( const Q3PointArray & chunklist, const Q3CanvasItem * item, bool exact ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Returns a list of canvas items which intersect with the chunks listed in chunklist, excluding item. If exact is true, only those which actually collide with item are returned; otherwise canvas items are included just for being in the chunks.

This is a utility function mainly used to implement the simpler Q3CanvasItem::collisions() function.

void Q3Canvas::drawArea ( const QRect & clip, QPainter * painter, bool dbuf = false )

Paints all canvas items that are in the area clip to painter, using double-buffering if dbuf is true.

e.g. to print the canvas to a printer:

 QPrinter pr;
 if (pr.setup()) {
     QPainter p(&pr);
     canvas.drawArea(canvas.rect(), &p);
 }

void Q3Canvas::drawBackground ( QPainter & painter, const QRect & clip ) [virtual protected]

This virtual function is called for all updates of the canvas. It renders any background graphics using the painter painter, in the area clip. If the canvas has a background pixmap or a tiled background, that graphic is used, otherwise the canvas is cleared using the background color.

If the graphics for an area change, you must explicitly call setChanged(const QRect&) for the result to be visible when update() is next called.

See also setBackgroundColor(), setBackgroundPixmap(), and setTiles().

void Q3Canvas::drawForeground ( QPainter & painter, const QRect & clip ) [virtual protected]

This virtual function is called for all updates of the canvas. It renders any foreground graphics using the painter painter, in the area clip.

If the graphics for an area change, you must explicitly call setChanged(const QRect&) for the result to be visible when update() is next called.

The default is to draw nothing.

int Q3Canvas::height () const

Returns the height of the canvas, in pixels.

bool Q3Canvas::onCanvas ( int x, int y ) const

Returns true if the pixel position (x, y) is on the canvas; otherwise returns false.

See also validChunk().

bool Q3Canvas::onCanvas ( const QPoint & p ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Returns true if the pixel position p is on the canvas; otherwise returns false.

See also validChunk().

QRect Q3Canvas::rect () const

Returns a rectangle the size of the canvas.

void Q3Canvas::resize ( int w, int h ) [virtual]

Changes the size of the canvas to have a width of w and a height of h. This is a slow operation.

void Q3Canvas::resized () [signal]

This signal is emitted whenever the canvas is resized. Each Q3CanvasView connects to this signal to keep the scrollview's size correct.

void Q3Canvas::retune ( int chunksze, int mxclusters = 100 ) [virtual]

Change the efficiency tuning parameters to mxclusters clusters, each of size chunksze. This is a slow operation if there are many objects on the canvas.

The canvas is divided into chunks which are rectangular areas chunksze wide by chunksze high. Use a chunk size which is about the average size of the canvas items. If you choose a chunk size which is too small it will increase the amount of calculation required when drawing since each change will affect many chunks. If you choose a chunk size which is too large the amount of drawing required will increase because for each change, a lot of drawing will be required since there will be many (unchanged) canvas items which are in the same chunk as the changed canvas items.

Internally, a canvas uses a low-resolution "chunk matrix" to keep track of all the items in the canvas. A 64x64 chunk matrix is the default for a 1024x1024 pixel canvas, where each chunk collects canvas items in a 16x16 pixel square. This default is also affected by setTiles(). You can tune this default using this function. For example if you have a very large canvas and want to trade off speed for memory then you might set the chunk size to 32 or 64.

The mxclusters argument is the number of rectangular groups of chunks that will be separately drawn. If the canvas has a large number of small, dispersed items, this should be about that number. Our testing suggests that a large number of clusters is almost always best.

void Q3Canvas::setAdvancePeriod ( int ms ) [virtual]

Sets the canvas to call advance() every ms milliseconds. Any previous setting by setAdvancePeriod() or setUpdatePeriod() is overridden.

If ms is less than 0 advancing will be stopped.

void Q3Canvas::setAllChanged () [virtual]

Marks the whole canvas as changed. All views of the canvas will be entirely redrawn when update() is called next.

void Q3Canvas::setBackgroundColor ( const QColor & c ) [virtual]

Sets the solid background to be the color c.

See also backgroundColor(), setBackgroundPixmap(), and setTiles().

void Q3Canvas::setBackgroundPixmap ( const QPixmap & p ) [virtual]

Sets the solid background to be the pixmap p repeated as necessary to cover the entire canvas.

See also backgroundPixmap(), setBackgroundColor(), and setTiles().

void Q3Canvas::setChanged ( const QRect & area ) [virtual]

Marks area as changed. This area will be redrawn in all views that are showing it when update() is called next.

void Q3Canvas::setDoubleBuffering ( bool y ) [virtual]

If y is true (the default) double-buffering is switched on; otherwise double-buffering is switched off.

Turning off double-buffering causes the redrawn areas to flicker a little and also gives a (usually small) performance improvement.

void Q3Canvas::setTile ( int x, int y, int tilenum ) [virtual]

Sets the tile at (x, y) to use tile number tilenum, which is an index into the tile pixmaps. The canvas will update appropriately when update() is next called.

The images are taken from the pixmap set by setTiles() and are arranged left to right, (and in the case of pixmaps that have multiple rows of tiles, top to bottom), with tile 0 in the top-left corner, tile 1 next to the right, and so on, e.g.

0123
4567

See also tile() and setTiles().

void Q3Canvas::setTiles ( QPixmap p, int h, int v, int tilewidth, int tileheight ) [virtual]

Sets the Q3Canvas to be composed of h tiles horizontally and v tiles vertically. Each tile will be an image tilewidth by tileheight pixels from pixmap p.

The pixmap p is a list of tiles, arranged left to right, (and in the case of pixmaps that have multiple rows of tiles, top to bottom), with tile 0 in the top-left corner, tile 1 next to the right, and so on, e.g.

0123
4567

If the canvas is larger than the matrix of tiles, the entire matrix is repeated as necessary to cover the whole canvas. If it is smaller, tiles to the right and bottom are not visible.

The width and height of p must be a multiple of tilewidth and tileheight. If they are not the function will do nothing.

If you want to unset any tiling set, then just pass in a null pixmap and 0 for h, v, tilewidth, and tileheight.

void Q3Canvas::setUnchanged ( const QRect & area ) [virtual]

Marks area as unchanged. The area will not be redrawn in the views for the next update(), unless it is marked or changed again before the next call to update().

void Q3Canvas::setUpdatePeriod ( int ms ) [virtual]

Sets the canvas to call update() every ms milliseconds. Any previous setting by setAdvancePeriod() or setUpdatePeriod() is overridden.

If ms is less than 0 automatic updating will be stopped.

QSize Q3Canvas::size () const

Returns the size of the canvas, in pixels.

int Q3Canvas::tile ( int x, int y ) const

Returns the tile at position (x, y). Initially, all tiles are 0.

The parameters must be within range, i.e. 0 < x < tilesHorizontally() and 0 < y < tilesVertically().

See also setTile().

int Q3Canvas::tileHeight () const

Returns the height of each tile.

int Q3Canvas::tileWidth () const

Returns the width of each tile.

int Q3Canvas::tilesHorizontally () const

Returns the number of tiles horizontally.

int Q3Canvas::tilesVertically () const

Returns the number of tiles vertically.

void Q3Canvas::update () [virtual slot]

Repaints changed areas in all views of the canvas.

See also advance().

bool Q3Canvas::validChunk ( int x, int y ) const

Returns true if the chunk position (x, y) is on the canvas; otherwise returns false.

See also onCanvas().

bool Q3Canvas::validChunk ( const QPoint & p ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Returns true if the chunk position p is on the canvas; otherwise returns false.

See also onCanvas().

int Q3Canvas::width () const

Returns the width of the canvas, in pixels.

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