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#include "qlayout.h"

#include "qapplication.h"
#include "qlayoutengine_p.h"
#include "qmenubar.h"
#include "qtoolbar.h"
#include "qevent.h"
#include "qstyle.h"
#include "qvariant.h"
#include "qwidget_p.h"
#include "qlayout_p.h"

static int menuBarHeightForWidth(QWidget *menubar, int w)
{
    if (menubar && !menubar->isHidden() && !menubar->isWindow()) {
        int result = menubar->heightForWidth(qMax(w, menubar->minimumWidth()));
        if (result != -1)
            return result;
        result = menubar->sizeHint().height();
        if (result != -1)
            return result;
    }
    return 0;
}

/*!
    \class QLayout
    \brief The QLayout class is the base class of geometry managers.

    \ingroup appearance
    \ingroup geomanagement

    This is an abstract base class inherited by the concrete classes
    QBoxLayout, QGridLayout, and QStackedLayout.

    For users of QLayout subclasses or of QMainWindow there is seldom
    any need to use the basic functions provided by QLayout, such as
    setSizeConstraint() or setMenuBar(). See \l{Layout Classes}
    for more information.

    To make your own layout manager, implement the functions
    addItem(), sizeHint(), setGeometry(), itemAt() and takeAt(). You
    should also implement minimumSize() to ensure your layout isn't
    resized to zero size if there is too little space. To support
    children whose heights depend on their widths, implement
    hasHeightForWidth() and heightForWidth(). See the
    \l{layouts/borderlayout}{Border Layout} and
    \l{layouts/flowlayout}{Flow Layout} examples for
    more information about implementing custom layout managers.

    Geometry management stops when the layout manager is deleted.

    \sa QLayoutItem, {Layout Classes}, {Basic Layouts Example},
        {Border Layout Example}, {Flow Layout Example}
*/


/*!
    Constructs a new top-level QLayout, with parent \a parent.
    \a parent may not be 0.

    There can be only one top-level layout for a widget. It is
    returned by QWidget::layout().
*/
00108 QLayout::QLayout(QWidget *parent)
    : QObject(*new QLayoutPrivate, parent)
{
    if (!parent)
        return;
    parent->setLayout(this);
}

/*!
    Constructs a new child QLayout.

    This layout has to be inserted into another layout before geometry
    management will work.
*/
00122 QLayout::QLayout()
    : QObject(*new QLayoutPrivate, 0)
{
}


/*! \internal
 */
00130 QLayout::QLayout(QLayoutPrivate &dd, QLayout *lay, QWidget *w)
    : QObject(dd, lay ? static_cast<QObject*>(lay) : static_cast<QObject*>(w))
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (lay) {
        lay->addItem(this);
    } else if (w) {
        if (w->layout()) {
            qWarning("QLayout: Attempting to add QLayout \"%s\" to %s \"%s\", which"
                     " already has a layout",
                     qPrintable(QObject::objectName()), w->metaObject()->className(),
                     w->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
            setParent(0);
        } else {
            d->topLevel = true;
            w->d_func()->layout = this;
            invalidate();
        }
    }
}

QLayoutPrivate::QLayoutPrivate()
    : QObjectPrivate(), insideSpacing(-1), userLeftMargin(-1), userTopMargin(-1), userRightMargin(-1),
      userBottomMargin(-1), topLevel(false), enabled(true), activated(true), autoNewChild(false),
      constraint(QLayout::SetDefaultConstraint), menubar(0)
{
}

void QLayoutPrivate::getMargin(int *result, int userMargin, QStyle::PixelMetric pm) const
{
    if (!result)
        return;

    Q_Q(const QLayout);
    if (userMargin >= 0) {
        *result = userMargin;
    } else if (!topLevel) {
        *result = 0;
    } else if (QWidget *pw = q->parentWidget()) {
        *result = pw->style()->pixelMetric(pm, 0, pw);
    } else {
        *result = 0;
    }
}

#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT
/*!
    Constructs a new top-level QLayout called \a name, with parent
    widget \a parent. \a parent may not be 0.

    The \a margin is the number of pixels between the edge of the
    widget and the managed children. The \a spacing sets the value of
    spacing(), which gives the spacing between the managed widgets. If
    \a spacing is -1 (the default), spacing is set to the value of \a
    margin.

    There can be only one top-level layout for a widget. It is
    returned by QWidget::layout()

    \sa QWidget::setLayout()
*/
QLayout::QLayout(QWidget *parent, int margin, int spacing, const char *name)
    : QObject(*new QLayoutPrivate,parent)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    setObjectName(QString::fromAscii(name));
    setMargin(margin);
    if (spacing < 0)
        d->insideSpacing = margin;
    else
        d->insideSpacing = spacing;
    if (parent) {
        if (parent->layout()) {
            qWarning("QLayout \"%s\" added to %s \"%s\", which already has a layout",
                     QObject::objectName().toLocal8Bit().data(), parent->metaObject()->className(),
                     parent->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
            parent->layout()->setParent(0);
        } else {
            d->topLevel = true;
            parent->d_func()->layout = this;
            invalidate();
        }
    }
}

/*!
    Constructs a new child QLayout called \a name, and places it
    inside \a parentLayout by using the default placement defined by
    addItem().

    If \a spacing is -1, this QLayout inherits \a parentLayout's
    spacing(), otherwise the value of \a spacing is used.
*/
QLayout::QLayout(QLayout *parentLayout, int spacing, const char *name)
    : QObject(*new QLayoutPrivate,parentLayout)

{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    setObjectName(QString::fromAscii(name));
    d->insideSpacing = spacing;
    parentLayout->addItem(this);
}

/*!
    Constructs a new child QLayout called \a name. If \a spacing is
    -1, this QLayout inherits its parent's spacing(); otherwise the
    value of \a spacing is used.

    This layout has to be inserted into another layout before geometry
    management will work.
*/
QLayout::QLayout(int spacing, const char *name)
    : QObject(*new QLayoutPrivate, 0)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    setObjectName(QString::fromAscii(name));
    d->insideSpacing = spacing;
}

/*!
    Automatically adding widgets is deprecated. Use addWidget() or
    addLayout() instead.
*/
void QLayout::setAutoAdd(bool a) { Q_D(QLayout); d->autoNewChild = a; }

/*!
    Automatically adding widgets is deprecated. Use addWidget() or
    addLayout() instead.
*/
bool QLayout::autoAdd() const { Q_D(const QLayout); return d->autoNewChild; }
#endif


/*!
    \fn void QLayout::addItem(QLayoutItem *item)

    Implemented in subclasses to add an \a item. How it is added is
    specific to each subclass.

    This function is not usually called in application code. To add a widget
    to a layout, use the addWidget() function; to add a child layout, use the
    addLayout() function provided by the relevant QLayout subclass.

    \bold{Note:} The ownership of \a item is transferred to the layout, and it's
    the layout's responsibility to delete it.

    \sa addWidget(), QBoxLayout::addLayout(), QGridLayout::addLayout()
*/

/*!
    Adds widget \a w to this layout in a manner specific to the
    layout. This function uses addItem().
*/
00283 void QLayout::addWidget(QWidget *w)
{
    addChildWidget(w);
    addItem(new QWidgetItem(w));
}



/*!
    Sets the alignment for widget \a w to \a alignment and returns
    true if \a w is found in this layout (not including child
    layouts); otherwise returns false.
*/
00296 bool QLayout::setAlignment(QWidget *w, Qt::Alignment alignment)
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *item = itemAt(i);
    while (item) {
        if (item->widget() == w) {
            item->setAlignment(alignment);
            invalidate();
            return true;
        }
        ++i;
        item = itemAt(i);
    }
    return false;
}

/*!
  \overload

  Sets the alignment for the layout \a l to \a alignment and
  returns true if \a l is found in this layout (not including child
  layouts); otherwise returns false.
*/
00319 bool QLayout::setAlignment(QLayout *l, Qt::Alignment alignment)
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *item = itemAt(i);
    while (item) {
        if (item->layout() == l) {
            item->setAlignment(alignment);
            invalidate();
            return true;
        }
        ++i;
        item = itemAt(i);
    }
    return false;
}

/*!
    \fn void QLayout::setAlignment(Qt::Alignment alignment)

    Sets the alignment of this item to \a alignment.

    \sa QLayoutItem::setAlignment()
*/

/*!
    \fn bool QLayout::isTopLevel() const

    Returns true if this layout is a top-level layout, i.e. not a
    child of another layout; otherwise returns false.
*/

/*!
    \property QLayout::margin
    \brief the width of the outside border of the layout
    \obsolete

    Use setContentsMargins() and getContentsMargins() instead.

    \sa contentsRect(), spacing
*/

/*!
    \obsolete
*/
int QLayout::margin() const
{
    int left, top, right, bottom;
    getContentsMargins(&left, &top, &right, &bottom);
    if (left == top && top == right && right == bottom) {
        return left;
    } else {
        return -1;
    }
}

/*!
    \property QLayout::spacing
    \brief the spacing between widgets inside the layout

    If no value is explicitly set, the layout's spacing is inherited
    from the parent layout, or from the style settings for the parent
    widget.

    For QGridLayout, it is possible to set different horizontal and
    vertical spacings using \l{QGridLayout::}{setHorizontalSpacing()}
    and \l{QGridLayout::}{setVerticalSpacing()}. In that case,
    spacing() returns -1.

    \sa contentsRect(), getContentsMargins(), QStyle::layoutSpacing(),
        QStyle::pixelMetric()
*/

int QLayout::spacing() const
{
    if (const QBoxLayout* boxlayout = qobject_cast<const QBoxLayout*>(this)) {
        return boxlayout->spacing();
    } else if (const QGridLayout* gridlayout = qobject_cast<const QGridLayout*>(this)) {
        return gridlayout->spacing();
    } else {
        Q_D(const QLayout);
        if (d->insideSpacing >=0) {
            return d->insideSpacing;
        } else {
            // arbitrarily prefer horizontal spacing to vertical spacing
            return qSmartSpacing(this, QStyle::PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing);
        }
    }
}

/*!
    \obsolete
*/
00411 void QLayout::setMargin(int margin)
{
    setContentsMargins(margin, margin, margin, margin);
}

void QLayout::setSpacing(int spacing)
{
    if (QBoxLayout* boxlayout = qobject_cast<QBoxLayout*>(this)) {
        boxlayout->setSpacing(spacing);
    } else if (QGridLayout* gridlayout = qobject_cast<QGridLayout*>(this)) {
        gridlayout->setSpacing(spacing);
    } else {
        Q_D(QLayout);
        d->insideSpacing = spacing;
        invalidate();
    }
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Sets the \a left, \a top, \a right, and \a bottom margins to use
    around the layout.

    By default, QLayout uses the values provided by the style. On
    most platforms, the margin is 11 pixels in all directions.

    \sa getContentsMargins(), QStyle::pixelMetric(),
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutLeftMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutTopMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutRightMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutBottomMargin}
*/
00444 void QLayout::setContentsMargins(int left, int top, int right, int bottom)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    d->userLeftMargin = left;
    d->userTopMargin = top;
    d->userRightMargin = right;
    d->userBottomMargin = bottom;
    invalidate();
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Extracts the left, top, right, and bottom margins used around the
    layout, and assigns them to *\a left, *\a top, *\a right, and *\a
    bottom (unless they are null pointers).

    By default, QLayout uses the values provided by the style. On
    most platforms, the margin is 11 pixels in all directions.

    \sa setContentsMargins(), QStyle::pixelMetric(),
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutLeftMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutTopMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutRightMargin},
        {QStyle::}{PM_LayoutBottomMargin}
*/
00470 void QLayout::getContentsMargins(int *left, int *top, int *right, int *bottom) const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    d->getMargin(left, d->userLeftMargin, QStyle::PM_LayoutLeftMargin);
    d->getMargin(top, d->userTopMargin, QStyle::PM_LayoutTopMargin);
    d->getMargin(right, d->userRightMargin, QStyle::PM_LayoutRightMargin);
    d->getMargin(bottom, d->userBottomMargin, QStyle::PM_LayoutBottomMargin);
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Returns the layout's geometry() rectangle, but taking into account the
    contents margins.

    \sa setContentsMargins(), getContentsMargins()
*/
00487 QRect QLayout::contentsRect() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    int left, top, right, bottom;
    getContentsMargins(&left, &top, &right, &bottom);
    return d->rect.adjusted(+left, +top, -right, -bottom);
}

#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT
bool QLayout::isTopLevel() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    return d->topLevel;
}
#endif

/*!
    Returns the parent widget of this layout, or 0 if this layout is
    not installed on any widget.

    If the layout is a sub-layout, this function returns the parent
    widget of the parent layout.

    \sa parent()
*/
00512 QWidget *QLayout::parentWidget() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    if (!d->topLevel) {
        if (parent()) {
            QLayout *parentLayout = ::qobject_cast<QLayout*>(parent());
            Q_ASSERT(parentLayout);
            return parentLayout->parentWidget();
        } else {
            return 0;
        }
    } else {
        Q_ASSERT(parent() && parent()->isWidgetType());
        return static_cast<QWidget *>(parent());
    }
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
00532 bool QLayout::isEmpty() const
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *item = itemAt(i);
    while (item) {
        if (!item->isEmpty())
            return false;
        ++i;
        item = itemAt(i);
    }
    return true;
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
00548 void QLayout::setGeometry(const QRect &r)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    d->rect = r;
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
00557 QRect QLayout::geometry() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    return d->rect;
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
00566 void QLayout::invalidate()
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    d->rect = QRect();
    update();
}

static bool removeWidgetRecursively(QLayoutItem *li, QWidget *w)
{
    QLayout *lay = li->layout();
    if (!lay)
        return false;
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *child;
    while ((child = lay->itemAt(i))) {
        if (child->widget() == w) {
            delete lay->takeAt(i);
            lay->invalidate();
            return true;
        } else if (removeWidgetRecursively(child, w)) {
            return true;
        } else {
            ++i;
        }
    }
    return false;
}


void QLayoutPrivate::doResize(const QSize &r)
{
    Q_Q(QLayout);
    int mbh = menuBarHeightForWidth(menubar, r.width());
    QWidget *mw = q->parentWidget();
    QRect rect = mw->testAttribute(Qt::WA_LayoutOnEntireRect) ? mw->rect() : mw->contentsRect();
    rect.setTop(rect.top() + mbh);
    q->setGeometry(rect);
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    if (menubar)
        menubar->setGeometry(0,0,r.width(), mbh);
#endif
}


/*!
    \internal
    Performs child widget layout when the parent widget is
    resized.  Also handles removal of widgets. \a e is the
    event
*/
00616 void QLayout::widgetEvent(QEvent *e)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (!d->enabled)
        return;

    switch (e->type()) {
    case QEvent::Resize:
        if (d->activated) {
            QResizeEvent *r = (QResizeEvent *)e;
            d->doResize(r->size());
        } else {
            activate();
        }
        break;
    case QEvent::ChildRemoved:
        {
            QChildEvent *c = (QChildEvent *)e;
            if (c->child()->isWidgetType()) {
                QWidget *w = (QWidget *)c->child();
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
                if (w == d->menubar)
                    d->menubar = 0;
#endif
                removeWidgetRecursively(this, w);
            }
        }
        break;
#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT
    case QEvent::ChildInserted:
        if (d->topLevel && d->autoNewChild) {
            QChildEvent *c = (QChildEvent *)e;
            if (c->child()->isWidgetType()) {
                QWidget *w = (QWidget *)c->child();
                if (!w->isWindow()) {
#if !defined(QT_NO_MENUBAR) && !defined(QT_NO_TOOLBAR)
                    if (qobject_cast<QMenuBar*>(w) && !::qobject_cast<QToolBar*>(w->parentWidget())) {
                        d->menubar = (QMenuBar *)w;
                        invalidate();
                    } else
#endif
                        addItem(new QWidgetItem(w));
                }
            }
        }
        break;
    case QEvent::LayoutHint:
        d->activated = false;
        // fall through
#endif
    case QEvent::LayoutRequest:
        activate();
        break;
    default:
        break;
    }
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
00677 void QLayout::childEvent(QChildEvent *e)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (!d->enabled)
        return;

    if (e->type() == QEvent::ChildRemoved) {
        QChildEvent *c = (QChildEvent*)e;
        int i = 0;

        QLayoutItem *item;
        while ((item = itemAt(i))) {
            if (item == static_cast<QLayout*>(c->child())) {
                takeAt(i);
                invalidate();
                break;
            } else {
                ++i;
            }
        }
    }
}

/*!
  \internal
  Also takes contentsMargins and menu bar into account.
*/
00704 int QLayout::totalHeightForWidth(int w) const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    int side=0, top=0;
    if (d->topLevel) {
        QWidget *parent = parentWidget();
        parent->ensurePolished();
        QWidgetPrivate *wd = parent->d_func();
        side += wd->leftmargin + wd->rightmargin;
        top += wd->topmargin + wd->bottommargin;
    }
    int h = heightForWidth(w - side) + top;
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    h += menuBarHeightForWidth(d->menubar, w);
#endif
    return h;
}

/*!
  \internal
  Also takes contentsMargins and menu bar into account.
*/
00726 QSize QLayout::totalMinimumSize() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    int side=0, top=0;
    if (d->topLevel) {
        QWidget *pw = parentWidget();
        pw->ensurePolished();
        QWidgetPrivate *wd = pw->d_func();
        side += wd->leftmargin + wd->rightmargin;
        top += wd->topmargin + wd->bottommargin;
    }

    QSize s = minimumSize();
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    top += menuBarHeightForWidth(d->menubar, s.width() + side);
#endif
    return s + QSize(side, top);
}

/*!
  \internal
  Also takes contentsMargins and menu bar into account.
*/
00749 QSize QLayout::totalSizeHint() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    int side=0, top=0;
    if (d->topLevel) {
        QWidget *pw = parentWidget();
        pw->ensurePolished();
        QWidgetPrivate *wd = pw->d_func();
        side += wd->leftmargin + wd->rightmargin;
        top += wd->topmargin + wd->bottommargin;
    }

    QSize s = sizeHint();
    if (hasHeightForWidth())
        s.setHeight(heightForWidth(s.width() + side));
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    top += menuBarHeightForWidth(d->menubar, s.width());
#endif
    return s + QSize(side, top);
}

/*!
  \internal
  Also takes contentsMargins and menu bar into account.
*/
00774 QSize QLayout::totalMaximumSize() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    int side=0, top=0;
    if (d->topLevel) {
        QWidget *pw = parentWidget();
        pw->ensurePolished();
        QWidgetPrivate *wd = pw->d_func();
        side += wd->leftmargin + wd->rightmargin;
        top += wd->topmargin + wd->bottommargin;
    }

    QSize s = maximumSize();
#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    top += menuBarHeightForWidth(d->menubar, s.width());
#endif

    if (d->topLevel)
        s = QSize(qMin(s.width() + side, QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX),
                   qMin(s.height() + top, QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX));
    return s;
}

/*!
  \internal
  Destroys the layout, deleting all child layouts.
  Geometry management stops when a top-level layout is deleted.

  The layout classes will probably be fatally confused if you delete
  a sublayout.
*/
00805 QLayout::~QLayout()
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    /*
      This function may be called during the QObject destructor,
      when the parent no longer is a QWidget.
    */
    if (d->topLevel && parent() && parent()->isWidgetType() &&
         ((QWidget*)parent())->layout() == this)
        ((QWidget*)parent())->d_func()->layout = 0;
}

#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT
/*!
    Removes and deletes all items in this layout.
*/
void QLayout::deleteAllItems()
{
    QLayoutItem *l;
    while ((l = takeAt(0)))
        delete l;
}
#endif

/*!
    This function is called from \c addLayout() or \c insertLayout() functions in
    subclasses to add layout \a l as a sub-layout.

    The only scenario in which you need to call it directly is if you
    implement a custom layout that supports nested layouts.

    \sa QBoxLayout::addLayout(), QBoxLayout::insertLayout(), QGridLayout::addLayout()
*/
00838 void QLayout::addChildLayout(QLayout *l)
{
    if (l->parent()) {
        qWarning("QLayout::addChildLayout: layout \"%s\" already has a parent",
                 l->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
        return;
    }
    l->setParent(this);

    if (QWidget *mw = parentWidget()) {
        l->d_func()->reparentChildWidgets(mw);
    }

}

#ifdef QT_DEBUG
static bool layoutDebug()
{
    static int checked_env = -1;
    if(checked_env == -1)
        checked_env = !!qgetenv("QT_LAYOUT_DEBUG").toInt();

    return checked_env;
}
#endif

void QLayoutPrivate::reparentChildWidgets(QWidget *mw)
{
    Q_Q(QLayout);
    int n =  q->count();

#ifndef QT_NO_MENUBAR
    if (menubar && menubar->parentWidget() != mw) {
        menubar->setParent(mw);
    }
#endif
    bool mwVisible = mw && mw->isVisible();
    for (int i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
        QLayoutItem *item = q->itemAt(i);
        if (QWidget *w = item->widget()) {
            QWidget *pw = w->parentWidget();
#ifdef QT_DEBUG
            if (pw && pw != mw && layoutDebug()) {
                qWarning("QLayout::addChildLayout: widget %s \"%s\" in wrong parent; moved to correct parent",
                         w->metaObject()->className(), w->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
            }
#endif
            bool needShow = mwVisible && !(w->isHidden() && w->testAttribute(Qt::WA_WState_ExplicitShowHide));
            if (pw != mw)
                w->setParent(mw);
            if (needShow)
                QMetaObject::invokeMethod(w, "_q_showIfNotHidden", Qt::QueuedConnection); //show later
        } else if (QLayout *l = item->layout()) {
            l->d_func()->reparentChildWidgets(mw);
        }
    }
}

/*!
    This function is called from \c addWidget() functions in
    subclasses to add \a w as a child widget.

    If \a w is already in a layout, this function will give a warning
    and remove \a w from the layout. This function must therefore be
    called before adding \a w to the layout's data structure.
*/
00904 void QLayout::addChildWidget(QWidget *w)
{
    QWidget *mw = parentWidget();
    QWidget *pw = w->parentWidget();

    //Qt::WA_LaidOut is never reset. It only means that the widget at some point has
    //been in a layout.
    if (pw && w->testAttribute(Qt::WA_LaidOut)) {
        QLayout *l = pw->layout();
        if (l && removeWidgetRecursively(l, w)) {
#ifdef QT_DEBUG
            if (layoutDebug())
                qWarning("QLayout::addChildWidget: %s \"%s\" is already in a layout; moved to new layout",
                         w->metaObject()->className(), w->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
#endif
        }
    }
    if (pw && mw && pw != mw) {
#ifdef QT_DEBUG
            if (layoutDebug())
                qWarning("QLayout::addChildWidget: %s \"%s\" in wrong parent; moved to correct parent",
                         w->metaObject()->className(), w->objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
#endif
        pw = 0;
    }
    bool needShow = mw && mw->isVisible() && !(w->isHidden() && w->testAttribute(Qt::WA_WState_ExplicitShowHide));
    if (!pw && mw)
        w->setParent(mw);
    w->setAttribute(Qt::WA_LaidOut);
    if (needShow)
        QMetaObject::invokeMethod(w, "_q_showIfNotHidden", Qt::QueuedConnection); //show later
}

#ifdef QT3_SUPPORT
/*!
  \compat

    Sets this layout's parent widget to a fixed size with width \a w
    and height \a h, stopping the user from resizing it, and also
    prevents the layout from resizing it, even if the layout's size
    hint should change. Does nothing if this is not a top-level
    layout (i.e., if parent()->isWidgetType()).

    As a special case, if both \a w and \a h are 0, then the layout's
    current sizeHint() is used.

    Use \c setResizeMode(Fixed) to stop the widget from being resized
    by the user, while still allowing the layout to resize it when
    the sizeHint() changes.

    Use \c setResizeMode(FreeResize) to allow the user to resize the
    widget, while preventing the layout from resizing it.

*/
void QLayout::freeze(int w, int h)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (!d->topLevel)
        return;
    if (w <= 0 || h <= 0) {
        QSize s = totalSizeHint();
        w = s.width();
        h = s.height();
    }
    setSizeConstraint(SetNoConstraint); // layout will not change min/max size
    QWidget *parent = parentWidget();
    if (parent)
        parent->setFixedSize(w, h);
}

#endif







/*!
    Tells the geometry manager to place the menu bar \a widget at the
    top of parentWidget(), outside QWidget::contentsMargins(). All
    child widgets are placed below the bottom edge of the menu bar.
*/
00987 void QLayout::setMenuBar(QWidget *widget)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (widget)
        addChildWidget(widget);
    d->menubar = widget;
}

/*!
    Returns the menu bar set for this layout, or 0 if no menu bar is
    set.
*/

01000 QWidget *QLayout::menuBar() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    return d->menubar;
}


/*!
    Returns the minimum size of this layout. This is the smallest
    size that the layout can have while still respecting the
    specifications.

    The returned value doesn't include the space required by
    QWidget::setContentsMargins() or menuBar().

    The default implementation allows unlimited resizing.
*/
01017 QSize QLayout::minimumSize() const
{
    return QSize(0, 0);
}

/*!
    Returns the maximum size of this layout. This is the largest size
    that the layout can have while still respecting the
    specifications.

    The returned value doesn't include the space required by
    QWidget::setContentsMargins() or menuBar().

    The default implementation allows unlimited resizing.
*/
01032 QSize QLayout::maximumSize() const
{
    return QSize(QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX, QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX);
}

/*!
    Returns whether this layout can make use of more space than
    sizeHint(). A value of Qt::Vertical or Qt::Horizontal means that
    it wants to grow in only one dimension, whereas Qt::Vertical |
    Qt::Horizontal means that it wants to grow in both dimensions.

    The default implementation returns Qt::Horizontal | Qt::Vertical.
    Subclasses reimplement it to return a meaningful value based on
    their child widgets's \l{QSizePolicy}{size policies}.

    \sa sizeHint()
*/
01049 Qt::Orientations QLayout::expandingDirections() const
{
    return Qt::Horizontal | Qt::Vertical;
}

void QLayout::activateRecursiveHelper(QLayoutItem *item)
{
    item->invalidate();
    QLayout *layout = item->layout();
    if (layout) {
        QLayoutItem *child;
        int i=0;
        while ((child = layout->itemAt(i++)))
            activateRecursiveHelper(child);
        layout->d_func()->activated = true;
    }
}

/*!
  Updates the layout for parentWidget().

  You should generally not need to call this because it is
  automatically called at the most appropriate times.

  \sa activate(), invalidate()
*/

01076 void QLayout::update()
{
    QLayout *layout = this;
    while (layout && layout->d_func()->activated) {
        layout->d_func()->activated = false;
        if (layout->d_func()->topLevel) {
            Q_ASSERT(layout->parent()->isWidgetType());
            QWidget *mw = static_cast<QWidget*>(layout->parent());
            if (mw->isVisible())
                QApplication::postEvent(mw, new QEvent(QEvent::LayoutRequest));
            break;
        }
        layout = static_cast<QLayout*>(layout->parent());
    }
}

/*!
    Redoes the layout for parentWidget() if necessary.

    You should generally not need to call this because it is
    automatically called at the most appropriate times. It returns
    true if the layout was redone.

    \sa update(), QWidget::updateGeometry()
*/
01101 bool QLayout::activate()
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (!d->enabled || !parent())
        return false;
    if (!d->topLevel)
        return static_cast<QLayout*>(parent())->activate();
    if (d->activated)
        return false;
    QWidget *mw = static_cast<QWidget*>(parent());
    if (mw == 0) {
        qWarning("QLayout::activate: %s \"%s\" does not have a main widget",
                 QObject::metaObject()->className(), QObject::objectName().toLocal8Bit().data());
        return false;
    }
    activateRecursiveHelper(this);

    QWidgetPrivate *md = mw->d_func();
    uint explMin = md->extra ? md->extra->explicitMinSize : 0;

    switch (d->constraint) {
    case SetFixedSize:
        // will trigger resize
        mw->setFixedSize(totalSizeHint());
        break;
    case SetMinimumSize:
        mw->setMinimumSize(totalMinimumSize());
        break;
    case SetMaximumSize:
        mw->setMaximumSize(totalMaximumSize());
        break;
    case SetMinAndMaxSize:
        mw->setMinimumSize(totalMinimumSize());
        mw->setMaximumSize(totalMaximumSize());
        break;
    case SetDefaultConstraint: {
        bool widthSet = explMin & Qt::Horizontal;
        bool heightSet = explMin & Qt::Vertical;
        if (mw->isWindow()) {
            QSize ms = totalMinimumSize();
            if (widthSet)
                ms.setWidth(mw->minimumSize().width());
            if (heightSet)
                ms.setHeight(mw->minimumSize().height());
            if ((!heightSet || !widthSet) && hasHeightForWidth()) {
                int h = minimumHeightForWidth(ms.width());
                if (h > ms.height()) {
                    if (!heightSet)
                        ms.setHeight(0);
                    if (!widthSet)
                        ms.setWidth(0);
                }
            }
            mw->setMinimumSize(ms);
        } else if (!widthSet || !heightSet) {
            QSize ms = mw->minimumSize();
            if (!widthSet)
                ms.setWidth(0);
            if (!heightSet)
                ms.setHeight(0);
            mw->setMinimumSize(ms);
        }
        break;
    }
    case SetNoConstraint:
        break;
    }

    d->doResize(mw->size());

    if (md->extra)
        md->extra->explicitMinSize = explMin;
    // ideally only if sizeHint() or sizePolicy() has changed
    mw->updateGeometry();
    return true;
}

/*!
    \fn QLayoutItem *QLayout::itemAt(int index) const

    Must be implemented in subclasses to return the layout item at \a
    index. If there is no such item, the function must return 0.
    Items are numbered consecutively from 0. If an item is deleted, other items will be renumbered.

    This function can be used to iterate over a layout. The following
    code will draw a rectangle for each layout item in the layout structure of the widget.

    \code
        static void paintLayout(QPainter *painter, QLayoutItem *item)
        {
            QLayout *layout = item->layout();
            if (layout) {
                for (int i = 0; i < layout->count(); ++i)
                    paintLayout(painter, layout->itemAt(i));
            }
            painter->drawRect(layout->geometry());
        }

        void MyWidget::paintEvent(QPaintEvent *)
        {
            QPainter painter(this);
            if (layout())
                paintLayout(&painter, layout());
        }
    \endcode

    \sa count(), takeAt()
*/

/*!
    \fn QLayoutItem *QLayout::takeAt(int index)

    Must be implemented in subclasses to remove the layout item at \a
    index from the layout, and return the item. If there is no such
    item, the function must do nothing and return 0.  Items are numbered
    consecutively from 0. If an item is deleted, other items will be
    renumbered.

    The following code fragment shows a safe way to remove all items
    from a layout:

    \code
        QLayoutItem *child;
        while ((child = layout->takeAt(0)) != 0) {
            ...
            delete child;
        }
    \endcode

    \sa itemAt(), count()
*/

/*!
    \fn int *QLayout::count() const

    Must be implemented in subclasses to return the number of items
    in the layout.

    \sa itemAt()
*/

/*!
    Searches for widget \a widget in this layout (not including child
    layouts).

    Returns the index of \a widget, or -1 if \a widget is not found.

    The default implementation iterates over all items using itemAt()
*/
01250 int QLayout::indexOf(QWidget *widget) const
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *item = itemAt(i);
    while (item) {
        if (item->widget() == widget)
            return i;
        ++i;
        item = itemAt(i);
    }
    return -1;
}

/*!
    \enum QLayout::SizeConstraint

    The possible values are:

    \value SetDefaultConstraint The main widget's minimum size is set
                    to minimumSize(), unless the widget already has
                    a minimum size.

    \value SetFixedSize The main widget's size is set to sizeHint(); it
                    cannot be resized at all.
    \value SetMinimumSize  The main widget's minimum size is set to
                    minimumSize(); it cannot be smaller.

    \value SetMaximumSize  The main widget's maximum size is set to
                    maximumSize(); it cannot be larger.

    \value SetMinAndMaxSize  The main widget's minimum size is set to
                    minimumSize() and its maximum size is set to
                    maximumSize().

    \value SetNoConstraint  The widget is not constrained.

    \omitvalue Auto
    \omitvalue FreeResize
    \omitvalue Minimum
    \omitvalue Fixed

    \sa setSizeConstraint()
*/

/*!
    \property QLayout::sizeConstraint
    \brief the resize mode of the layout

    The default mode is \l SetDefaultConstraint.
*/
void QLayout::setSizeConstraint(SizeConstraint constraint)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    if (constraint == d->constraint)
        return;

    d->constraint = constraint;
    invalidate();
}

QLayout::SizeConstraint QLayout::sizeConstraint() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    return d->constraint;
}

/*!
    Returns the rectangle that should be covered when the geometry of
    this layout is set to \a r, provided that this layout supports
    setAlignment().

    The result is derived from sizeHint() and expanding(). It is never
    larger than \a r.
*/
01324 QRect QLayout::alignmentRect(const QRect &r) const
{
    QSize s = sizeHint();
    Qt::Alignment a = alignment();

    /*
      This is a hack to obtain the real maximum size, not
      QSize(QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX, QLAYOUTSIZE_MAX), the value consistently
      returned by QLayoutItems that have an alignment.
    */
    QLayout *that = const_cast<QLayout *>(this);
    that->setAlignment(0);
    QSize ms = that->maximumSize();
    that->setAlignment(a);

    if ((expandingDirections() & Qt::Horizontal) ||
         !(a & Qt::AlignHorizontal_Mask)) {
        s.setWidth(qMin(r.width(), ms.width()));
    }
    if ((expandingDirections() & Qt::Vertical) ||
         !(a & Qt::AlignVertical_Mask)) {
        s.setHeight(qMin(r.height(), ms.height()));
    } else if (hasHeightForWidth()) {
        int hfw = heightForWidth(s.width());
        if (hfw < s.height())
            s.setHeight(qMin(hfw, ms.height()));
    }

    int x = r.x();
    int y = r.y();

    if (a & Qt::AlignBottom)
        y += (r.height() - s.height());
    else if (!(a & Qt::AlignTop))
        y += (r.height() - s.height()) / 2;

    QWidget *parent = parentWidget();
    a = QStyle::visualAlignment(parent ? parent->layoutDirection() : QApplication::layoutDirection(), a);
    if (a & Qt::AlignRight)
        x += (r.width() - s.width());
    else if (!(a & Qt::AlignLeft))
        x += (r.width() - s.width()) / 2;

    return QRect(x, y, s.width(), s.height());
}

/*!
    Removes the widget \a widget from the layout. After this call, it
    is the caller's responsibility to give the widget a reasonable
    geometry or to put the widget back into a layout.
    
    \bold{Note:} The ownership of \a widget remains the same as
    when it was added.

    \sa removeItem(), QWidget::setGeometry(), addWidget()
*/
01380 void QLayout::removeWidget(QWidget *widget)
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *child;
    while ((child = itemAt(i))) {
        if (child->widget() == widget) {
            delete takeAt(i);
            invalidate();
        } else {
            ++i;
        }
    }
}

/*!
    Removes the layout item \a item from the layout. It is the
    caller's responsibility to delete the item.

    Notice that \a item can be a layout (since QLayout inherits
    QLayoutItem).

    \sa removeWidget(), addItem()
*/
01403 void QLayout::removeItem(QLayoutItem *item)
{
    int i = 0;
    QLayoutItem *child;
    while ((child = itemAt(i))) {
        if (child == item) {
            takeAt(i);
            invalidate();
        } else {
            ++i;
        }
    }
}

/*!
    Enables this layout if \a enable is true, otherwise disables it.

    An enabled layout adjusts dynamically to changes; a disabled
    layout acts as if it did not exist.

    By default all layouts are enabled.

    \sa isEnabled()
*/
01427 void QLayout::setEnabled(bool enable)
{
    Q_D(QLayout);
    d->enabled = enable;
}

/*!
    Returns true if the layout is enabled; otherwise returns false.

    \sa setEnabled()
*/
01438 bool QLayout::isEnabled() const
{
    Q_D(const QLayout);
    return d->enabled;
}

/*!
    Returns a size that satisfies all size constraints on \a widget,
    including heightForWidth() and that is as close as possible to \a
    size.
*/

01450 QSize QLayout::closestAcceptableSize(const QWidget *widget, const QSize &size)
{
    QSize result = size.boundedTo(qSmartMaxSize(widget));
    result = result.expandedTo(qSmartMinSize(widget));
    QLayout *l = widget->layout();
    if (l && l->hasHeightForWidth() && result.height() < l->minimumHeightForWidth(result.width()) ) {
        QSize current = widget->size();
        int currentHfw =  l->minimumHeightForWidth(current.width());
        int newHfw = l->minimumHeightForWidth(result.width());
        if (current.height() < currentHfw || currentHfw == newHfw) {
            //handle the constant hfw case and the vertical-only case, as well as the
            // current-size-is-not-correct case
            result.setHeight(newHfw);
        } else {
            // binary search; assume hfw is decreasing ###

            int maxw = qMax(widget->width(),result.width());
            int maxh = qMax(widget->height(), result.height());
            int minw = qMin(widget->width(),result.width());
            int minh = qMin(widget->height(), result.height());

            int minhfw = l->minimumHeightForWidth(minw);
            int maxhfw = l->minimumHeightForWidth(maxw);
            while (minw < maxw) {
                if (minhfw > maxh) { //assume decreasing
                    minw = maxw - (maxw-minw)/2;
                    minhfw = l->minimumHeightForWidth(minw);
                } else if (maxhfw < minh ) { //assume decreasing
                    maxw = minw + (maxw-minw)/2;
                    maxhfw = l->minimumHeightForWidth(maxw);
                } else  {
                    break;
                }
            }
            result = result.expandedTo(QSize(minw, minhfw));
        }
    }
    return result;
}

/*!
    \fn void QLayout::setResizeMode(SizeConstraint constraint)

    Use setSizeConstraint(\a constraint) instead.
*/

/*!
    \fn QLayout::SizeConstraint QLayout::resizeMode() const

    Use sizeConstraint() instead.
*/

void QSizePolicy::setControlType(ControlType type)
{
    /*
        The control type is a flag type, with values 0x1, 0x2, 0x4, 0x8, 0x10,
        etc. In memory, we pack it onto the available bits (CTSize) in
        setControlType(), and unpack it here.

        Example:

            0x00000001 maps to 0x00000000
            0x00000002 maps to 0x00000200
            0x00000004 maps to 0x00000400
            0x00000008 maps to 0x00000600
            etc.
    */

    int i = 0;
    while (true) {
        if (type & (0x1 << i)) {
            data = (data & ~CTMask) | (i << CTShift);
            return;
        }
        ++i;
    }
}

QSizePolicy::ControlType QSizePolicy::controlType() const
{
    return QSizePolicy::ControlType(0x1 << ((data & CTMask) >> CTShift));
}

#ifndef QT_NO_DATASTREAM
/*!
    \relates QSizePolicy
    \since 4.2

    Writes the size \a policy to the data stream \a stream.

    \sa \link datastreamformat.html Format of the QDataStream operators \endlink
*/
QDataStream &operator<<(QDataStream &stream, const QSizePolicy &policy)
{
    return stream << policy.data;
}

/*!
    \relates QSizePolicy
    \since 4.2

    Reads the size \a policy from the data stream \a stream.

    \sa \link datastreamformat.html Format of the QDataStream operators \endlink
*/
QDataStream &operator>>(QDataStream &stream, QSizePolicy &policy)
{
    return stream >> policy.data;
}

#endif


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