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#include "qbrush.h"
#include "qpixmap.h"
#include "qbitmap.h"
#include "qpixmapcache.h"
#include "qdatastream.h"
#include "qvariant.h"
#include "qline.h"
#include "qdebug.h"

const uchar *qt_patternForBrush(int brushStyle, bool invert)
{
    Q_ASSERT(brushStyle > Qt::SolidPattern && brushStyle < Qt::LinearGradientPattern);
    if(invert) {
        static const uchar dense1_pat[] = { 0xff, 0xbb, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xbb, 0xff, 0xff };
        static const uchar dense2_pat[] = { 0x77, 0xff, 0xdd, 0xff, 0x77, 0xff, 0xdd, 0xff };
        static const uchar dense3_pat[] = { 0x55, 0xbb, 0x55, 0xee, 0x55, 0xbb, 0x55, 0xee };
        static const uchar dense4_pat[] = { 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55 };
        static const uchar dense5_pat[] = { 0xaa, 0x44, 0xaa, 0x11, 0xaa, 0x44, 0xaa, 0x11 };
        static const uchar dense6_pat[] = { 0x88, 0x00, 0x22, 0x00, 0x88, 0x00, 0x22, 0x00 };
        static const uchar dense7_pat[] = { 0x00, 0x44, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x44, 0x00, 0x00 };
        static const uchar hor_pat[]    = { 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0xff, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 };
        static const uchar ver_pat[]    = { 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10 };
        static const uchar cross_pat[]  = { 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0xff, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x10 };
        static const uchar bdiag_pat[]  = { 0x80, 0x40, 0x20, 0x10, 0x08, 0x04, 0x02, 0x01 };
        static const uchar fdiag_pat[]  = { 0x01, 0x02, 0x04, 0x08, 0x10, 0x20, 0x40, 0x80 };
        static const uchar dcross_pat[] = { 0x81, 0x42, 0x24, 0x18, 0x18, 0x24, 0x42, 0x81 };
        static const uchar *const pat_tbl[] = {
            dense1_pat, dense2_pat, dense3_pat, dense4_pat, dense5_pat,
            dense6_pat, dense7_pat,
            hor_pat, ver_pat, cross_pat, bdiag_pat, fdiag_pat, dcross_pat };
        return pat_tbl[brushStyle - Qt::Dense1Pattern];
    }
    static const uchar dense1_pat[] = { 0x00, 0x44, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x44, 0x00, 0x00 };
    static const uchar dense2_pat[] = { 0x88, 0x00, 0x22, 0x00, 0x88, 0x00, 0x22, 0x00 };
    static const uchar dense3_pat[] = { 0xaa, 0x44, 0xaa, 0x11, 0xaa, 0x44, 0xaa, 0x11 };
    static const uchar dense4_pat[] = { 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa, 0x55, 0xaa };
    static const uchar dense5_pat[] = { 0x55, 0xbb, 0x55, 0xee, 0x55, 0xbb, 0x55, 0xee };
    static const uchar dense6_pat[] = { 0x77, 0xff, 0xdd, 0xff, 0x77, 0xff, 0xdd, 0xff };
    static const uchar dense7_pat[] = { 0xff, 0xbb, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xbb, 0xff, 0xff };
    static const uchar hor_pat[]    = { 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0x00, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff };
    static const uchar ver_pat[]    = { 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef };
    static const uchar cross_pat[]  = { 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0x00, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef, 0xef };
    static const uchar bdiag_pat[]  = { 0x7f, 0xbf, 0xdf, 0xef, 0xf7, 0xfb, 0xfd, 0xfe };
    static const uchar fdiag_pat[]  = { 0xfe, 0xfd, 0xfb, 0xf7, 0xef, 0xdf, 0xbf, 0x7f };
    static const uchar dcross_pat[] = { 0x7e, 0xbd, 0xdb, 0xe7, 0xe7, 0xdb, 0xbd, 0x7e };
    static const uchar *const pat_tbl[] = {
        dense1_pat, dense2_pat, dense3_pat, dense4_pat, dense5_pat,
        dense6_pat, dense7_pat,
        hor_pat, ver_pat, cross_pat, bdiag_pat, fdiag_pat, dcross_pat };
    return pat_tbl[brushStyle - Qt::Dense1Pattern];
}

QPixmap qt_pixmapForBrush(int brushStyle, bool invert)
{
    QPixmap pm;
    QString key = QLatin1String("$qt-brush$") + QString::number(brushStyle)
                  + QString::number((int)invert);
    if (!QPixmapCache::find(key, pm)) {
        pm = QBitmap::fromData(QSize(8, 8), qt_patternForBrush(brushStyle, invert),
                               QImage::Format_MonoLSB);
        QPixmapCache::insert(key, pm);
    }

    return pm;
}

Q_GUI_EXPORT
QImage qt_imageForBrush(int brushStyle, bool invert)
{
    QImage image(8, 8, QImage::Format_MonoLSB);
    const uchar *pattern = qt_patternForBrush(brushStyle, invert);

    for (int y=0; y<8; ++y)
        *image.scanLine(y) = pattern[y];

    return image;
}


struct QTexturedBrushData : public QBrushData
{
    QTexturedBrushData() {
        m_has_pixmap_texture = false;
        m_pixmap = 0;
    }
    ~QTexturedBrushData() {
        delete m_pixmap;
    }

    void setPixmap(const QPixmap &pm) {
        delete m_pixmap;

        if (pm.isNull()) {
            m_pixmap = 0;
            m_has_pixmap_texture = false;
        } else {
            m_pixmap = new QPixmap(pm);
            m_has_pixmap_texture = true;
        }

        m_image = QImage();
    }

    void setImage(const QImage &image) {
        m_image = image;
        delete m_pixmap;
        m_pixmap = 0;
        m_has_pixmap_texture = false;
    }

    QPixmap &pixmap() {
        if (!m_pixmap) {
            m_pixmap = new QPixmap(QPixmap::fromImage(m_image));
        }
        return *m_pixmap;
    }

    QImage &image() {
        if (m_image.isNull() && m_pixmap)
            m_image = m_pixmap->toImage();
        return m_image;
    }

    QPixmap *m_pixmap;
    QImage m_image;
    bool m_has_pixmap_texture;
};

// returns true if the brush has a pixmap (or bitmap) set as the
// brush texture, false otherwise
bool hasPixmapTexture(const QBrush& brush)
{
    QTexturedBrushData *tx_data = static_cast<QTexturedBrushData *>(brush.d);
    return tx_data->m_has_pixmap_texture;
}

struct QGradientBrushData : public QBrushData
{
    QGradient gradient;
};


/*!
    \class QBrush
    \ingroup multimedia
    \ingroup shared

    \brief The QBrush class defines the fill pattern of shapes drawn
    by QPainter.

    A brush has a style, a color, a gradient and a texture.

    The brush style() defines the fill pattern using the
    Qt::BrushStyle enum. The default brush style is Qt::NoBrush
    (depending on how you construct a brush). This style tells the
    painter to not fill shapes. The standard style for filling is
    Qt::SolidPattern. The style can be set when the brush is created
    using the appropriate constructor, and in addition the setStyle()
    function provides means for altering the style once the brush is
    constructed.

    \image brush-styles.png Brush Styles

    The brush color() defines the color of the fill pattern. The color
    can either be one of Qt's predefined colors, Qt::GlobalColor, or
    any other custom QColor. The currently set color can be retrieved
    and altered using the color() and setColor() functions,
    respectively.

    The gradient() defines the gradient fill used when the current
    style is either Qt::LinearGradientPattern,
    Qt::RadialGradientPattern or Qt::ConicalGradientPattern. Gradient
    brushes are created by giving a QGradient as a constructor
    argument when creating the QBrush. Qt provides three different
    gradients: QLinearGradient, QConicalGradient, and QRadialGradient
    - all of which inherit QGradient.

    \quotefromfile snippets/brush/gradientcreationsnippet.cpp
    \skipto QRadialGradient
    \printuntil QBrush

    The texture() defines the pixmap used when the current style is
    Qt::TexturePattern.  You can create a brush with a texture by
    providing the pixmap when the brush is created or by using
    setTexture().

    Note that applying setTexture() makes style() ==
    Qt::TexturePattern, regardless of previous style
    settings. Also, calling setColor() will not make a difference if
    the style is a gradient. The same is the case if the style is
    Qt::TexturePattern style unless the current texture is a QBitmap.

    The isOpaque() function returns true if the brush is fully opaque
    otherwise false. A brush is considered opaque if:

    \list
    \o The alpha component of the color() is 255.
    \o Its texture() does not have an alpha channel and is not a QBitmap.
    \o The colors in the gradient() all have an alpha component that is 255.
    \endlist

    \table 100%
    \row
    \o \inlineimage brush-outline.png Outlines
    \o

    To specify the style and color of lines and outlines, use the
    QPainter's \l {QPen}{pen} combined with Qt::PenStyle and
    Qt::GlobalColor:

    \code
        QPainter painter(this);

        painter.setBrush(Qt::cyan);
        painter.setPen(Qt::darkCyan);
        painter.drawRect(0, 0, 100,100);

        painter.setBrush(Qt::NoBrush);
        painter.setPen(Qt::darkGreen);
        painter.drawRect(40, 40, 100, 100);
    \endcode

    Note that, by default, QPainter renders the outline (using the
    currently set pen) when drawing shapes. Use \l {Qt::NoPen}{\c
    painter.setPen(Qt::NoPen)} to disable this behavior.

    \endtable

    For more information about painting in general, see \l{The Paint
    System} documentation.

    \sa Qt::BrushStyle, QPainter, QColor
*/

class QBrushStatic
{
public:
    QBrushData *pointer;
    bool destroyed;

    inline QBrushStatic()
        : pointer(0), destroyed(false)
    { }

    inline ~QBrushStatic()
    {
        if (!pointer->ref.deref())
            delete pointer;
        pointer = 0;
        destroyed = true;
    }
};

static QBrushData *nullBrushInstance()
{
    static QBrushStatic defaultBrush;
    if (!defaultBrush.pointer && !defaultBrush.destroyed) {
        QBrushData *x = new QBrushData;
        x->ref = 1; x->style = Qt::BrushStyle(0); x->color = Qt::black;
        x->hasTransform = false;
        x->forceTextureClamp = false;
        if (!q_atomic_test_and_set_ptr(&defaultBrush.pointer, 0, x))
            delete x;
    }
    return defaultBrush.pointer;
}

static bool qbrush_check_type(Qt::BrushStyle style) {
    switch (style) {
    case Qt::TexturePattern:
         qWarning("QBrush: Incorrect use of TexturePattern");
         break;
    case Qt::LinearGradientPattern:
    case Qt::RadialGradientPattern:
    case Qt::ConicalGradientPattern:
        qWarning("QBrush: Wrong use of a gradient pattern");
        break;
    default:
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}

/*!
  \internal
  Initializes the brush.
*/

00332 void QBrush::init(const QColor &color, Qt::BrushStyle style)
{
    switch(style) {
    case Qt::NoBrush:
        d = nullBrushInstance();
        d->ref.ref();
        return;
    case Qt::TexturePattern:
        d = new QTexturedBrushData;
        static_cast<QTexturedBrushData *>(d)->setPixmap(QPixmap());
        break;
    case Qt::LinearGradientPattern:
    case Qt::RadialGradientPattern:
    case Qt::ConicalGradientPattern:
        d = new QGradientBrushData;
        break;
    default:
        d = new QBrushData;
        break;
    }
    d->ref = 1;
    d->style = style;
    d->color = color;
    d->hasTransform = false;
    d->forceTextureClamp = false;
}

/*!
    Constructs a default black brush with the style Qt::NoBrush
    (i.e. this brush will not fill shapes).
*/

00364 QBrush::QBrush()
{
    d = nullBrushInstance();
    Q_ASSERT(d);
    d->ref.ref();
}

/*!
    Constructs a brush with a black color and a texture set to the
    given \a pixmap. The style is set to Qt::TexturePattern.

    \sa setTexture()
*/

00378 QBrush::QBrush(const QPixmap &pixmap)
{
    init(Qt::black, Qt::TexturePattern);
    setTexture(pixmap);
}


/*!
    Constructs a brush with a black color and a texture set to the
    given \a image. The style is set to Qt::TexturePattern.

    \sa setTextureImage()
*/

00392 QBrush::QBrush(const QImage &image)
{
    init(Qt::black, Qt::TexturePattern);
    setTextureImage(image);
}

/*!
    Constructs a black brush with the given \a style.

    \sa setStyle()
*/

00404 QBrush::QBrush(Qt::BrushStyle style)
{
    if (qbrush_check_type(style))
        init(Qt::black, style);
    else {
        d = nullBrushInstance();
        d->ref.ref();
    }
}

/*!
    Constructs a brush with the given \a color and \a style.

    \sa setColor(), setStyle()
*/

00420 QBrush::QBrush(const QColor &color, Qt::BrushStyle style)
{
    if (qbrush_check_type(style))
        init(color, style);
    else {
        d = nullBrushInstance();
        d->ref.ref();
    }
}

/*!
    \fn QBrush::QBrush(Qt::GlobalColor color, Qt::BrushStyle style)

    Constructs a brush with the given \a color and \a style.

    \sa setColor(), setStyle()
*/
00437 QBrush::QBrush(Qt::GlobalColor color, Qt::BrushStyle style)
{
    if (qbrush_check_type(style))
        init(color, style);
    else {
        d = nullBrushInstance();
        d->ref.ref();
    }
}

/*!
    Constructs a brush with the given \a color and the custom pattern
    stored in \a pixmap.

    The style is set to Qt::TexturePattern. The color will only have
    an effect for QBitmaps.

    \sa setColor(), setPixmap()
*/

00457 QBrush::QBrush(const QColor &color, const QPixmap &pixmap)
{
    init(color, Qt::TexturePattern);
    setTexture(pixmap);
}

/*!

    Constructs a brush with the given \a color and the custom pattern
    stored in \a pixmap.

    The style is set to Qt::TexturePattern. The color will only have
    an effect for QBitmaps.

    \sa setColor(), setPixmap()
*/
00473 QBrush::QBrush(Qt::GlobalColor color, const QPixmap &pixmap)
{
    init(color, Qt::TexturePattern);
    setTexture(pixmap);
}

/*!
    Constructs a copy of \a other.
*/

00483 QBrush::QBrush(const QBrush &other)
{
    d = other.d;
    d->ref.ref();
}

/*!
    Constructs a brush based on the given \a gradient.

    The brush style is set to the corresponding gradient style (either
    Qt::LinearGradientPattern, Qt::RadialGradientPattern or
    Qt::ConicalGradientPattern).
*/
00496 QBrush::QBrush(const QGradient &gradient)
{
    Q_ASSERT_X(gradient.type() != QGradient::NoGradient, "QBrush::QBrush",
               "QGradient should not be used directly, use the linear, radial\n"
               "or conical gradients instead");

    const Qt::BrushStyle enum_table[] = {
        Qt::LinearGradientPattern,
        Qt::RadialGradientPattern,
        Qt::ConicalGradientPattern
    };

    init(QColor(), enum_table[gradient.type()]);
    QGradientBrushData *grad = static_cast<QGradientBrushData *>(d);
    grad->gradient = gradient;
}

/*!
    Destroys the brush.
*/

00517 QBrush::~QBrush()
{
    if (!d->ref.deref())
        cleanUp(d);
}

void QBrush::cleanUp(QBrushData *x)
{
    switch (x->style) {
    case Qt::TexturePattern:
        delete static_cast<QTexturedBrushData*>(x);
        break;
    case Qt::LinearGradientPattern:
    case Qt::RadialGradientPattern:
    case Qt::ConicalGradientPattern:
        delete static_cast<QGradientBrushData*>(x);
        break;
    default:
        delete x;
    }
}


void QBrush::detach(Qt::BrushStyle newStyle)
{
    if (newStyle == d->style && d->ref == 1)
        return;

    QBrushData *x;
    switch(newStyle) {
    case Qt::TexturePattern: {
        QTexturedBrushData *tbd = new QTexturedBrushData;
        tbd->setPixmap(d->style == Qt::TexturePattern
                       ? static_cast<QTexturedBrushData *>(d)->pixmap()
                       : QPixmap());
        x = tbd;
        break;
        }
    case Qt::LinearGradientPattern:
    case Qt::RadialGradientPattern:
    case Qt::ConicalGradientPattern:
        x = new QGradientBrushData;
        static_cast<QGradientBrushData *>(x)->gradient =
            static_cast<QGradientBrushData *>(d)->gradient;
        break;
    default:
        x = new QBrushData;
        break;
    }
    x->ref = 1;
    x->style = newStyle;
    x->color = d->color;
    x->transform = d->transform;
    x->hasTransform = d->hasTransform;
    x->forceTextureClamp = d->forceTextureClamp;
    x = qAtomicSetPtr(&d, x);
    if (!x->ref.deref())
        cleanUp(x);
}


/*!
    \fn QBrush &QBrush::operator=(const QBrush &brush)

    Assigns the given \a brush to \e this brush and returns a
    reference to \e this brush.
*/

00585 QBrush &QBrush::operator=(const QBrush &b)
{
    QBrushData *x = b.d;
    x->ref.ref();
    x = qAtomicSetPtr(&d, x);
    if (!x->ref.deref())
        cleanUp(x);
    return *this;
}

/*!
   Returns the brush as a QVariant
*/
00598 QBrush::operator QVariant() const
{
    return QVariant(QVariant::Brush, this);
}

/*!
    \fn Qt::BrushStyle QBrush::style() const

    Returns the brush style.

    \sa setStyle()
*/

/*!
    Sets the brush style to \a style.

    \sa style()
*/

00617 void QBrush::setStyle(Qt::BrushStyle style)
{
    if (d->style == style)
        return;

    if (qbrush_check_type(style)) {
        detach(style);
        d->style = style;
    }
}


/*!
    \fn const QColor &QBrush::color() const

    Returns the brush color.

    \sa setColor()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QBrush::setColor(const QColor &color)

    Sets the brush color to the given \a color.

    Note that calling setColor() will not make a difference if the
    style is a gradient. The same is the case if the style is
    Qt::TexturePattern style unless the current texture is a QBitmap.

    \sa color()
*/

00649 void QBrush::setColor(const QColor &c)
{
    detach(d->style);
    d->color = c;
}

/*!
    \fn void QBrush::setColor(Qt::GlobalColor color)
    \overload

    Sets the brush color to the given \a color.
*/


#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT

/*!
    \fn void QBrush::setPixmap(const QPixmap &pixmap)

    \compat

    Sets a custom pattern for this brush.

    Use setTexture() instead.
*/

/*!
    \fn QPixmap *QBrush::pixmap() const

    Returns a pointer to the custom brush pattern.

    Use texture() instead.
*/
QPixmap *QBrush::pixmap() const
{
    if (d->style != Qt::TexturePattern)
        return 0;
    QTexturedBrushData *data  = static_cast<QTexturedBrushData*>(d);
    QPixmap &pixmap = data->pixmap();
    return pixmap.isNull() ? 0 : &pixmap;
}
#endif

/*!
    \fn QPixmap QBrush::texture() const

    Returns the custom brush pattern, or a null pixmap if no custom brush pattern
    has been set.

    \sa setTexture()
*/
00700 QPixmap QBrush::texture() const
{
    return d->style == Qt::TexturePattern
                     ? ((QTexturedBrushData*) d)->pixmap()
                     : QPixmap();
}

/*!
    Sets the brush pixmap to \a pixmap. The style is set to
    Qt::TexturePattern.

    The current brush color will only have an effect for monochrome
    pixmaps, i.e. for QPixmap::depth() == 1 (\l {QBitmap}{QBitmaps}).

    \sa texture()
*/

00717 void QBrush::setTexture(const QPixmap &pixmap)
{
    if (!pixmap.isNull()) {
        detach(Qt::TexturePattern);
        QTexturedBrushData *data = static_cast<QTexturedBrushData *>(d);
        data->setPixmap(pixmap);
    } else {
        detach(Qt::NoBrush);
    }
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Returns the custom brush pattern, or a null image if no custom
    brush pattern has been set.

    If the texture was set as a QPixmap it will be converted to a
    QImage.

    \sa setTextureImage()
*/

00741 QImage QBrush::textureImage() const
{
    return d->style == Qt::TexturePattern
                     ? ((QTexturedBrushData *) d)->image()
                     : QImage();
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the brush image to \a image. The style is set to
    Qt::TexturePattern.

    The current brush color will only have an effect for monochrome
    images, i.e. for QImage::depth() == 1.

    \sa textureImage()
*/

00761 void QBrush::setTextureImage(const QImage &image)
{
    if (!image.isNull()) {
        detach(Qt::TexturePattern);
        QTexturedBrushData *data = static_cast<QTexturedBrushData *>(d);
        data->setImage(image);
    } else {
        detach(Qt::NoBrush);
    }
}


/*!
    Returns the gradient describing this brush.
*/
00776 const QGradient *QBrush::gradient() const
{
    if (d->style == Qt::LinearGradientPattern
        || d->style == Qt::RadialGradientPattern
        || d->style == Qt::ConicalGradientPattern) {
        return &static_cast<const QGradientBrushData *>(d)->gradient;
    }
    return 0;
}


/*!
    Returns true if the brush is fully opaque otherwise false. A brush
    is considered opaque if:

    \list
    \i The alpha component of the color() is 255.
    \i Its texture() does not have an alpha channel and is not a QBitmap.
    \i The colors in the gradient() all have an alpha component that is 255.
    \endlist
*/

00798 bool QBrush::isOpaque() const
{
    bool opaqueColor = d->color.alpha() == 255;

    // Test awfully simple case first
    if (d->style == Qt::SolidPattern)
        return opaqueColor;

    if (d->style == Qt::LinearGradientPattern
        || d->style == Qt::RadialGradientPattern
        || d->style == Qt::ConicalGradientPattern) {
        QGradientStops stops = gradient()->stops();
        for (int i=0; i<stops.size(); ++i)
            if (stops.at(i).second.alpha() != 255)
                return false;
        return true;
    } else if (d->style == Qt::TexturePattern) {
        return !texture().hasAlpha();
    }

    return false;
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets \a matrix as an explicit transformation matrix on the
    current brush. The brush transformation matrix is merged with
    QPainter transformation matrix to produce the final result.

    \sa matrix()
*/
00831 void QBrush::setMatrix(const QMatrix &matrix)
{
    setTransform(QTransform(matrix));
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Sets \a matrix as an explicit transformation matrix on the
    current brush. The brush transformation matrix is merged with
    QPainter transformation matrix to produce the final result.

    \sa transform()
*/
00845 void QBrush::setTransform(const QTransform &matrix)
{
    detach(d->style);
    d->transform = matrix;
    d->hasTransform = !matrix.isIdentity();
}


/*!
    \fn void QBrush::matrix() const
    \since 4.2

    Returns the current transformation matrix for the brush.

    \sa setMatrix()
*/

/*!
    \fn bool QBrush::operator!=(const QBrush &brush) const

    Returns true if the brush is different from the given \a brush;
    otherwise returns false.

    Two brushes are different if they have different styles, colors or
    pixmaps.

    \sa operator==()
*/

/*!
    \fn bool QBrush::operator==(const QBrush &brush) const

    Returns true if the brush is equal to the given \a brush;
    otherwise returns false.

    Two brushes are equal if they have equal styles, colors and
    pixmaps.

    \sa operator!=()
*/

00886 bool QBrush::operator==(const QBrush &b) const
{
    if (b.d == d)
        return true;
    if (b.d->style == d->style && b.d->color == d->color) {
        switch (d->style) {
        case Qt::TexturePattern: {
            QPixmap &us = ((QTexturedBrushData *) d)->pixmap();
            QPixmap &them = ((QTexturedBrushData *) b.d)->pixmap();
            return ((us.isNull() && them.isNull()) || us.cacheKey() == them.cacheKey());
        }
        case Qt::LinearGradientPattern:
        case Qt::RadialGradientPattern:
        case Qt::ConicalGradientPattern:
            {
                QGradientBrushData *d1 = static_cast<QGradientBrushData *>(d);
                QGradientBrushData *d2 = static_cast<QGradientBrushData *>(b.d);
                return d1->gradient == d2->gradient;
            }
        default:
            return true;
        }
    }
    return false;
}

/*!
    \fn QBrush::operator const QColor&() const

    Returns the brush's color.

    Use color() instead.
*/

#ifndef QT_NO_DEBUG_STREAM
/*!
  \internal
*/
QDebug operator<<(QDebug dbg, const QBrush &b)
{
#ifndef Q_BROKEN_DEBUG_STREAM
    dbg.nospace() << "QBrush(" << b.color() << ',' << b.style() << ')';
    return dbg.space();
#else
    qWarning("This compiler doesn't support streaming QBrush to QDebug");
    return dbg;
    Q_UNUSED(b);
#endif
}
#endif

/*****************************************************************************
  QBrush stream functions
 *****************************************************************************/
#ifndef QT_NO_DATASTREAM
/*!
    \fn QDataStream &operator<<(QDataStream &stream, const QBrush &brush)
    \relates QBrush

    Writes the given \a brush to the given \a stream and returns a
    reference to the \a stream.

    \sa {Format of the QDataStream Operators}
*/

00951 QDataStream &operator<<(QDataStream &s, const QBrush &b)
{
    s << (quint8)b.style() << b.color();
    if (b.style() == Qt::TexturePattern) {
        s << b.texture();
    } else if (b.style() == Qt::LinearGradientPattern
               || b.style() == Qt::RadialGradientPattern
               || b.style() == Qt::ConicalGradientPattern) {
        const QGradient *gradient = b.gradient();
        int type_as_int = int(gradient->type());
        s << type_as_int;
        if (s.version() >= QDataStream::Qt_4_3) {
            s << int(gradient->spread());
            s << int(gradient->coordinateMode());
        }

        if (sizeof(qreal) == sizeof(double)) {
            s << gradient->stops();
        } else {
            // ensure that we write doubles here instead of streaming the stops
            // directly; otherwise, platforms that redefine qreal might generate
            // data that cannot be read on other platforms.
            QVector<QGradientStop> stops = gradient->stops();
            s << quint32(stops.size());
            for (int i = 0; i < stops.size(); ++i) {
                const QGradientStop &stop = stops.at(i);
                s << QPair<double, QColor>(double(stop.first), stop.second);
            }
        }

        if (gradient->type() == QGradient::LinearGradient) {
            s << static_cast<const QLinearGradient *>(gradient)->start();
            s << static_cast<const QLinearGradient *>(gradient)->finalStop();
        } else if (gradient->type() == QGradient::RadialGradient) {
            s << static_cast<const QRadialGradient *>(gradient)->center();
            s << static_cast<const QRadialGradient *>(gradient)->focalPoint();
            s << (double) static_cast<const QRadialGradient *>(gradient)->radius();
        } else { // type == Conical
            s << static_cast<const QConicalGradient *>(gradient)->center();
            s << (double) static_cast<const QConicalGradient *>(gradient)->angle();
        }
    }
    if (s.version() >= QDataStream::Qt_4_3)
        s << b.transform();
    return s;
}

/*!
    \fn QDataStream &operator>>(QDataStream &stream, QBrush &brush)
    \relates QBrush

    Reads the given \a brush from the given \a stream and returns a
    reference to the \a stream.

    \sa {Format of the QDataStream Operators}
*/

01008 QDataStream &operator>>(QDataStream &s, QBrush &b)
{
    quint8 style;
    QColor color;
    s >> style;
    s >> color;
    if (style == Qt::TexturePattern) {
        QPixmap pm;
        s >> pm;
        b = QBrush(color, pm);
    } else if (style == Qt::LinearGradientPattern
               || style == Qt::RadialGradientPattern
               || style == Qt::ConicalGradientPattern) {

        int type_as_int;
        QGradient::Type type;
        QGradientStops stops;
        QGradient::CoordinateMode cmode = QGradient::LogicalMode;
        QGradient::Spread spread = QGradient::PadSpread;

        s >> type_as_int;
        type = QGradient::Type(type_as_int);
        if (s.version() >= QDataStream::Qt_4_3) {
            s >> type_as_int;
            spread = QGradient::Spread(type_as_int);
            s >> type_as_int;
            cmode = QGradient::CoordinateMode(type_as_int);
        }

        if (sizeof(qreal) == sizeof(double)) {
            s >> stops;
        } else {
            quint32 numStops;
            double n;
            QColor c;

            s >> numStops;
            for (quint32 i = 0; i < numStops; ++i) {
                s >> n >> c;
                stops << QPair<qreal, QColor>(n, c);
            }
        }

        if (type == QGradient::LinearGradient) {
            QPointF p1, p2;
            s >> p1;
            s >> p2;
            QLinearGradient lg(p1, p2);
            lg.setStops(stops);
            lg.setSpread(spread);
            lg.setCoordinateMode(cmode);
            b = QBrush(lg);
        } else if (type == QGradient::RadialGradient) {
            QPointF center, focal;
            double radius;
            s >> center;
            s >> focal;
            s >> radius;
            QRadialGradient rg(center, radius, focal);
            rg.setStops(stops);
            rg.setSpread(spread);
            rg.setCoordinateMode(cmode);
            b = QBrush(rg);
        } else { // type == QGradient::ConicalGradient
            QPointF center;
            double angle;
            s >> center;
            s >> angle;
            QConicalGradient cg(center, angle);
            cg.setStops(stops);
            cg.setSpread(spread);
            cg.setCoordinateMode(cmode);
            b = QBrush(cg);
        }
    } else {
        b = QBrush(color, (Qt::BrushStyle)style);
    }
    if (s.version() >= QDataStream::Qt_4_3) {
        QTransform transform;
        s >> transform;
        b.setTransform(transform);
    }
    return s;
}
#endif // QT_NO_DATASTREAM

/*******************************************************************************
 * QGradient implementations
 */


/*!
    \class QGradient
    \ingroup multimedia
    \ingroup shared

    \brief The QGradient class is used in combination with QBrush to
    specify gradient fills.

    Qt currently supports three types of gradient fills:

    \list
    \o \e Linear gradients interpolate colors between start and end points.
    \o \e Radial gradients interpolate colors between a focal point and end
        points on a circle surrounding it.
    \o \e Conical gradients interpolate colors around a center point.
    \endlist

    A gradient's type can be retrieved using the type() function.
    Each of the types is represented by a subclass of QGradient:

    \table
    \row
    \o \inlineimage qgradient-linear.png
    \o \inlineimage qgradient-radial.png
    \o \inlineimage qgradient-conical.png
    \header
    \o QLinearGradient
    \o QRadialGradient
    \o QConicalGradient
    \endtable

    The colors in a gradient is defined using stop points of the
    QGradientStop type, i.e. a position and a color.  Use the
    setColorAt() function to define a single stop
    point. Alternatively, use the setStops() function to define
    several stop points in one go. Note that the latter function \e
    replaces the current set of stop points.

    It is the gradient's complete set of stop points (accessible
    through the stops() function) that describes how the gradient area
    should be filled. If no stop points have been specified, a
    gradient of black at 0 to white at 1 is used.

    A diagonal linear gradient from black at (100, 100) to white at
    (200, 200) could be specified like this:

    \quotefromfile snippets/brush/brush.cpp
    \skipto LINEAR
    \skipto QLinearGradient
    \printuntil Qt::white

    A gradient can have an arbitrary number of stop points. The
    following would create a radial gradient starting with
    red in the center, blue and then green on the edges:

    \quotefromfile snippets/brush/brush.cpp
    \skipto RADIAL
    \skipto QRadialGradient
    \printuntil Qt::green

    It is possible to repeat or reflect the gradient outside its area
    by specifiying the \l {QGradient::Spread}{spread method} using the
    setSpread() function. The default is to pad the outside area with
    the color at the closest stop point. The currently set \l
    {QGradient::Spread}{spread method} can be retrieved using the
    spread() function. The QGradient::Spread enum defines three
    different methods:

    \table
    \row
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-pad.png
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-repeat.png
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-reflect.png
    \row
    \o \l {QGradient::PadSpread}{PadSpread}
    \o \l {QGradient::RepeatSpread}{RepeatSpread}
    \o \l {QGradient::ReflectSpread}{ReflectSpread}
    \endtable

    Note that the setSpread() function only has effect for linear and
    radial gradients. The reason is that the conical gradient is
    closed by definition, i.e. the \e conical gradient fills the
    entire circle from 0 - 360 degrees, while the boundary of a radial
    or a linear gradient can be specified through its radius or final
    stop points, respectively.

    \sa {demos/gradients}{The Gradients Demo}, QBrush
*/

/*!
    \internal
*/
01191 QGradient::QGradient()
    : m_type(NoGradient), dummy(0)
{
}


/*!
    \enum QGradient::Type

    Specifies the type of gradient.

    \value LinearGradient  Interpolates colors between start and end points
    (QLinearGradient).

    \value RadialGradient Interpolate colors between a focal point and end
    points on a circle surrounding it (QRadialGradient).

    \value ConicalGradient Interpolate colors around a center point (QConicalGradient).
    \value NoGradient No gradient is used.

    \sa type()
*/

/*!
    \enum QGradient::Spread

    Specifies how the area outside the gradient area should be
    filled.

    \value PadSpread The area is filled with the closest stop
    color. This is the default.

    \value RepeatSpread The gradient  is repeated outside the gradient
    area.

    \value ReflectSpread The gradient is reflected outside the
    gradient area.

    \sa spread(), setSpread()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QGradient::setSpread(Spread method)

    Specifies the spread \a method that should be used for this
    gradient.

    Note that this function only has effect for linear and radial
    gradients.

    \sa spread()
*/

/*!
    \fn QGradient::Spread QGradient::spread() const

    Returns the spread method use by this gradient. The default is
    PadSpread.

    \sa setSpread()
*/

/*!
    \fn QGradient::Type QGradient::type() const

    Returns the type of gradient.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QGradient::setColorAt(qreal position, const QColor &color)

    Creates a stop point at the given \a position with the given \a
    color. The given \a position must be in the range 0 to 1.

    \sa setStops(), stops()
*/

01268 void QGradient::setColorAt(qreal pos, const QColor &color)
{
    if (pos > 1 || pos < 0) {
        qWarning("QGradient::setColorAt: Color position must be specified in the range 0 to 1");
        return;
    }

    int index = 0;
    while (index < m_stops.size() && m_stops.at(index).first <= pos) ++index;
    m_stops.insert(index, QGradientStop(pos, color));
}

/*!
    \fn void QGradient::setStops(const QGradientStops &stopPoints)

    Replaces the current set of stop points with the given \a
    stopPoints. The positions of the points must be in the range 0 to
    1, and must be sorted with the lowest point first.

    \sa setColorAt(), stops()
*/
01289 void QGradient::setStops(const QGradientStops &stops)
{
    m_stops.clear();
    for (int i=0; i<stops.size(); ++i)
        setColorAt(stops.at(i).first, stops.at(i).second);
}


/*!
    Returns the stop points for this gradient.

    If no stop points have been specified, a gradient of black at 0 to white
    at 1 is used.

    \sa setStops(), setColorAt()
*/
01305 QGradientStops QGradient::stops() const
{
    if (m_stops.isEmpty()) {
        QGradientStops tmp;
        tmp << QGradientStop(0, Qt::black) << QGradientStop(1, Qt::white);
        return tmp;
    }
    return m_stops;
}

/*!
    \enum QGradient::CoordinateMode
    \internal

    This enum specifies how gradient coordinates map to the paint
    device on which the gradient is used.

    \value LogicalMode
    \value StretchToDeviceMode
    \value ObjectBoundingMode
*/

/*!
    \internal

    Returns the coordinate mode of this gradient. The default mode is
    LogicalMode.
*/
01333 QGradient::CoordinateMode QGradient::coordinateMode() const
{
    if (dummy == 0)
        return LogicalMode;
    else if (dummy == (void*)1)
        return StretchToDeviceMode;
    else
        return ObjectBoundingMode;
}

/*!
    \internal

    Sets the coordinate mode of this gradient to \a mode. The default
    mode is LogicalMode.
*/
01349 void QGradient::setCoordinateMode(CoordinateMode mode)
{
    if (mode == LogicalMode)
        dummy = 0;
    else if (mode == StretchToDeviceMode)
        dummy = (void *) 1;
    else
        dummy = (void *) 2;
}


/*!
    \fn bool QGradient::operator!=(const QGradient &gradient) const
    \since 4.2

    Returns true if the gradient is the same as the other \a gradient
    specified; otherwise returns false.

    \sa operator==()
*/

/*!
    Returns true if the gradient is the same as the other \a gradient
    specified; otherwise returns false.

    \sa operator!=()
*/
01376 bool QGradient::operator==(const QGradient &gradient) const
{
    if (gradient.m_type != m_type
        || gradient.m_spread != m_spread
        || gradient.dummy != dummy) return false;

    if (m_type == LinearGradient) {
        if (m_data.linear.x1 != gradient.m_data.linear.x1
            || m_data.linear.y1 != gradient.m_data.linear.y1
            || m_data.linear.x2 != gradient.m_data.linear.x2
            || m_data.linear.y2 != gradient.m_data.linear.y2)
            return false;
    } else if (m_type == RadialGradient) {
        if (m_data.radial.cx != gradient.m_data.radial.cx
            || m_data.radial.cy != gradient.m_data.radial.cy
            || m_data.radial.fx != gradient.m_data.radial.fx
            || m_data.radial.fy != gradient.m_data.radial.fy
            || m_data.radial.radius != gradient.m_data.radial.radius)
            return false;
    } else { // m_type == ConicalGradient
        if (m_data.conical.cx != gradient.m_data.conical.cx
            || m_data.conical.cy != gradient.m_data.conical.cy
            || m_data.conical.angle != gradient.m_data.conical.angle)
            return false;
    }

    return stops() == gradient.stops();
}

/*!
    \internal
*/
01408 bool QGradient::operator==(const QGradient &gradient)
{
    return const_cast<const QGradient *>(this)->operator==(gradient);
}

/*!
    \class QLinearGradient
    \ingroup multimedia

    \brief The QLinearGradient class is used in combination with QBrush to
    specify a linear gradient brush.

    Linear gradients interpolate colors between start and end
    points. Outside these points the gradient is either padded,
    reflected or repeated depending on the currently set \l
    {QGradient::Spread}{spread} method:

    \table
    \row
    \o \inlineimage qlineargradient-pad.png
    \o \inlineimage qlineargradient-reflect.png
    \o \inlineimage qlineargradient-repeat.png
    \row
    \o \l {QGradient::PadSpread}{PadSpread} (default)
    \o \l {QGradient::ReflectSpread}{ReflectSpread}
    \o \l {QGradient::RepeatSpread}{RepeatSpread}
    \endtable

    The colors in a gradient is defined using stop points of the
    QGradientStop type, i.e. a position and a color. Use the
    QGradient::setColorAt() or the QGradient::setStops() function to
    define the stop points. It is the gradient's complete set of stop
    points that describes how the gradient area should be filled. If
    no stop points have been specified, a gradient of black at 0 to
    white at 1 is used.

    In addition to the functions inherited from QGradient, the
    QLinearGradient class provides the finalStop() function which
    returns the final stop point of the gradient, and the start()
    function returning the start point of the gradient.

    \sa QRadialGradient, QConicalGradient, {demos/gradients}{The
    Gradients Demo}
*/


/*!
    Constructs a default linear gradient with interpolation area
    between (0, 0) and (1, 1).

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), setStart(), setFinalStop()
*/

01461 QLinearGradient::QLinearGradient()
{
    m_type = LinearGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.linear.x1 = 0;
    m_data.linear.y1 = 0;
    m_data.linear.x2 = 1;
    m_data.linear.y2 = 1;
}


/*!
    Constructs a linear gradient with interpolation area between the
    given \a start point and \a finalStop.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/
01478 QLinearGradient::QLinearGradient(const QPointF &start, const QPointF &finalStop)
{
    m_type = LinearGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.linear.x1 = start.x();
    m_data.linear.y1 = start.y();
    m_data.linear.x2 = finalStop.x();
    m_data.linear.y2 = finalStop.y();
}

/*!
    \fn QLinearGradient::QLinearGradient(qreal x1, qreal y1, qreal x2, qreal y2)

    Constructs a linear gradient with interpolation area between (\a
    x1, \a y1) and (\a x2, \a y2).

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/
01496 QLinearGradient::QLinearGradient(qreal xStart, qreal yStart, qreal xFinalStop, qreal yFinalStop)
{
    m_type = LinearGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.linear.x1 = xStart;
    m_data.linear.y1 = yStart;
    m_data.linear.x2 = xFinalStop;
    m_data.linear.y2 = yFinalStop;
}


/*!
    Returns the start point of this linear gradient in logical coordinates.

    \sa QGradient::stops()
*/

01513 QPointF QLinearGradient::start() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == LinearGradient);
    return QPointF(m_data.linear.x1, m_data.linear.y1);
}

/*!
    \fn void QLinearGradient::setStart(qreal x, qreal y)
    \overload
    \since 4.2

    Sets the start point of this linear gradient in logical
    coordinates to \a x, \a y.

    \sa start()
*/

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the start point of this linear gradient in logical
    coordinates to \a start.

    \sa start()
*/

01539 void QLinearGradient::setStart(const QPointF &start)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == LinearGradient);
    m_data.linear.x1 = start.x();
    m_data.linear.y1 = start.y();
}


/*!
    \fn void QLinearGradient::setFinalStop(qreal x, qreal y)
    \overload
    \since 4.2

    Sets the final stop point of this linear gradient in logical
    coordinates to \a x, \a y.

    \sa start()
*/

/*!
    Returns the final stop point of this linear gradient in logical coordinates.

    \sa QGradient::stops()
*/

01564 QPointF QLinearGradient::finalStop() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == LinearGradient);
    return QPointF(m_data.linear.x2, m_data.linear.y2);
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the final stop point of this linear gradient in logical
    coordinates to \a stop.

    \sa finalStop()
*/

01580 void QLinearGradient::setFinalStop(const QPointF &stop)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == LinearGradient);
    m_data.linear.x2 = stop.x();
    m_data.linear.y2 = stop.y();
}


/*!
    \class QRadialGradient
    \ingroup multimedia

    \brief The QRadialGradient class is used in combination with QBrush to
    specify a radial gradient brush.

    Radial gradients interpolate colors between a focal point and end
    points on a circle surrounding it. Outside the end points the
    gradient is either padded, reflected or repeated depending on the
    currently set \l {QGradient::Spread}{spread} method:

    \table
    \row
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-pad.png
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-reflect.png
    \o \inlineimage qradialgradient-repeat.png
    \row
    \o \l {QGradient::PadSpread}{PadSpread} (default)
    \o \l {QGradient::ReflectSpread}{ReflectSpread}
    \o \l {QGradient::RepeatSpread}{RepeatSpread}
    \endtable

    The colors in a gradient is defined using stop points of the
    QGradientStop type, i.e. a position and a color. Use the
    QGradient::setColorAt() or the QGradient::setStops() function to
    define the stop points. It is the gradient's complete set of stop
    points that describes how the gradient area should be filled.  If
    no stop points have been specified, a gradient of black at 0 to
    white at 1 is used.

    In addition to the functions inherited from QGradient, the
    QRadialGradient class provides the center(), focalPoint() and
    radius() functions returning the gradient's center, focal point
    and radius respectively.

    \sa QLinearGradient, QConicalGradient, {demos/gradients}{The
    Gradients Demo}
*/

static QPointF qt_radial_gradient_adapt_focal_point(const QPointF &center,
                                                    qreal radius,
                                                    const QPointF &focalPoint)
{
    // We have a one pixel buffer zone to avoid numerical instability on the
    // circle border
    //### this is hacky because technically we should adjust based on current matrix
    const qreal compensated_radius = radius - 0.0000000001;
    QLineF line(center, focalPoint);
    if (line.length() > (compensated_radius))
        line.setLength(compensated_radius);
    return line.p2();
}

/*!
    Constructs a radial gradient with the given \a center, \a
    radius and \a focalPoint.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/

01649 QRadialGradient::QRadialGradient(const QPointF &center, qreal radius, const QPointF &focalPoint)
{
    m_type = RadialGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.radial.cx = center.x();
    m_data.radial.cy = center.y();
    m_data.radial.radius = radius;

    QPointF adapted_focal = qt_radial_gradient_adapt_focal_point(center, radius, focalPoint);
    m_data.radial.fx = adapted_focal.x();
    m_data.radial.fy = adapted_focal.y();
}

/*!
    Constructs a radial gradient with the given \a center, \a
    radius and the focal point in the circle center.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/
01668 QRadialGradient::QRadialGradient(const QPointF &center, qreal radius)
{
    m_type = RadialGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.radial.cx = center.x();
    m_data.radial.cy = center.y();
    m_data.radial.radius = radius;
    m_data.radial.fx = center.x();
    m_data.radial.fy = center.y();
}


/*!
    Constructs a radial gradient with the given center (\a cx, \a cy),
    \a radius and focal point (\a fx, \a fy).

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/

01687 QRadialGradient::QRadialGradient(qreal cx, qreal cy, qreal radius, qreal fx, qreal fy)
{
    m_type = RadialGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.radial.cx = cx;
    m_data.radial.cy = cy;
    m_data.radial.radius = radius;

    QPointF adapted_focal = qt_radial_gradient_adapt_focal_point(QPointF(cx, cy),
                                                                 radius,
                                                                 QPointF(fx, fy));

    m_data.radial.fx = adapted_focal.x();
    m_data.radial.fy = adapted_focal.y();
}

/*!
    Constructs a radial gradient with the center at (\a cx, \a cy) and the
    specified \a radius. The focal point lies at the center of the circle.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
 */
01709 QRadialGradient::QRadialGradient(qreal cx, qreal cy, qreal radius)
{
    m_type = RadialGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.radial.cx = cx;
    m_data.radial.cy = cy;
    m_data.radial.radius = radius;
    m_data.radial.fx = cx;
    m_data.radial.fy = cy;
}


/*!
    Constructs a radial gradient with the center and focal point at
    (0, 0) with a radius of 1.
*/
01725 QRadialGradient::QRadialGradient()
{
    m_type = RadialGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.radial.cx = 0;
    m_data.radial.cy = 0;
    m_data.radial.radius = 1;
    m_data.radial.fx = 0;
    m_data.radial.fy = 0;
}


/*!
    Returns the center of this radial gradient in logical coordinates.

    \sa QGradient::stops()
*/

01743 QPointF QRadialGradient::center() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    return QPointF(m_data.radial.cx, m_data.radial.cy);
}

/*!
    \fn void QRadialGradient::setCenter(qreal x, qreal y)
    \overload
    \since 4.2

    Sets the center of this radial gradient in logical coordinates
    to (\a x, \a y).

    \sa center()
*/

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the center of this radial gradient in logical coordinates
    to \a center.

    \sa center()
*/

01769 void QRadialGradient::setCenter(const QPointF &center)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    m_data.radial.cx = center.x();
    m_data.radial.cy = center.y();
}


/*!
    Returns the radius of this radial gradient in logical coordinates.

    \sa QGradient::stops()
*/

01783 qreal QRadialGradient::radius() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    return m_data.radial.radius;
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the radius of this radial gradient in logical coordinates
    to \a radius
*/
01796 void QRadialGradient::setRadius(qreal radius)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    m_data.radial.radius = radius;
}


/*!
    Returns the focal point of this radial gradient in logical
    coordinates.

    \sa QGradient::stops()
*/

01810 QPointF QRadialGradient::focalPoint() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    return QPointF(m_data.radial.fx, m_data.radial.fy);
}

/*!
    \fn void QRadialGradient::setFocalPoint(qreal x, qreal y)
    \overload
    \since 4.2

    Sets the focal point of this radial gradient in logical
    coordinates to (\a x, \a y).

    \sa focalPoint()
*/

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the focal point of this radial gradient in logical
    coordinates to \a focalPoint.

    \sa focalPoint()
*/

01836 void QRadialGradient::setFocalPoint(const QPointF &focalPoint)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == RadialGradient);
    m_data.radial.fx = focalPoint.x();
    m_data.radial.fy = focalPoint.y();
}



/*!
    \class QConicalGradient
    \ingroup multimedia

    \brief The QConicalGradient class is used in combination with QBrush to
    specify a conical gradient brush.

    Conical gradients interpolate interpolate colors counter-clockwise
    around a center point.

    \image qconicalgradient.png

    The colors in a gradient is defined using stop points of the
    QGradientStop type, i.e. a position and a color. Use the
    QGradient::setColorAt() or the QGradient::setStops() function to
    define the stop points. It is the gradient's complete set of stop
    points that describes how the gradient area should be filled. If
    no stop points have been specified, a gradient of black at 0 to
    white at 1 is used.

    In addition to the functions inherited from QGradient, the
    QConicalGradient class provides the angle() and center() functions
    returning the start angle and center of the gradient.

    Note that the setSpread() function has no effect for conical
    gradients. The reason is that the conical gradient is closed by
    definition, i.e. the conical gradient fills the entire circle from
    0 - 360 degrees, while the boundary of a radial or a linear
    gradient can be specified through its radius or final stop points,
    respectively.

    \sa QLinearGradient, QRadialGradient, {demos/gradients}{The
    Gradients Demo}
*/


/*!
    Constructs a conical gradient with the given \a center, starting
    the interpolation at the given \a angle. The \a angle must be
    specified in degrees between 0 and 360.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/

01889 QConicalGradient::QConicalGradient(const QPointF &center, qreal angle)
{
    m_type = ConicalGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.conical.cx = center.x();
    m_data.conical.cy = center.y();
    m_data.conical.angle = angle;
}


/*!
    Constructs a conical gradient with the given center (\a cx, \a
    cy), starting the interpolation at the given \a angle. The angle
    must be specified in degrees between 0 and 360.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), QGradient::setStops()
*/

01907 QConicalGradient::QConicalGradient(qreal cx, qreal cy, qreal angle)
{
    m_type = ConicalGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.conical.cx = cx;
    m_data.conical.cy = cy;
    m_data.conical.angle = angle;
}


/*!
    Constructs a conical with center at (0, 0) starting the
    interpolation at angle 0.

    \sa QGradient::setColorAt(), setCenter(), setAngle()
*/

01924 QConicalGradient::QConicalGradient()
{
    m_type = ConicalGradient;
    m_spread = PadSpread;
    m_data.conical.cx = 0;
    m_data.conical.cy = 0;
    m_data.conical.angle = 0;
}


/*!
    Returns the center of the conical gradient in logical
    coordinates.

    \sa stops()
*/

01941 QPointF QConicalGradient::center() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == ConicalGradient);
    return QPointF(m_data.conical.cx, m_data.conical.cy);
}


/*!
    \fn void QConicalGradient::setCenter(qreal x, qreal y)

    \overload

    Sets the center of this conical gradient in logical coordinates to
    (\a x, \a y).

    \sa center()
*/

/*!
    Sets the center of this conical gradient in logical coordinates to
    \a center.

    \sa center()
*/

01966 void QConicalGradient::setCenter(const QPointF &center)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == ConicalGradient);
    m_data.conical.cx = center.x();
    m_data.conical.cy = center.y();
}

/*!
    Returns the start angle of the conical gradient in logical
    coordinates.

    \sa stops()
*/

01980 qreal QConicalGradient::angle() const
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == ConicalGradient);
    return m_data.conical.angle;
}


/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets \a angle to be the start angle for this conical gradient in
    logical coordinates.

    \sa angle()
*/

01996 void QConicalGradient::setAngle(qreal angle)
{
    Q_ASSERT(m_type == ConicalGradient);
    m_data.conical.angle = angle;
}

/*!
    \typedef QGradientStop
    \relates QGradient

    Typedef for QPair<\l qreal, QColor>.
*/

/*!
    \typedef QGradientStops
    \relates QGradient

    Typedef for QVector<QGradientStop>.
*/

/*!
    \typedef QBrush::DataPtr
    \internal
*/

/*!
    \fn DataPtr &QBrush::data_ptr()
    \internal
*/


/*!
    \fn bool QBrush::isDetached() const
    \internal
*/

/*!
    \fn QTransform QBrush::transform() const
    \since 4.3

    Returns the current transformation matrix for the brush.

    \sa setTransform()
*/

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