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henrin

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #15 on: November 21, 2016, 09:34:50 am »
Hello jj2007,

I never heard about animated PNGs. This format does not seem to be widely accepted, and I am not surprised that GDI+ ignore it.

To test multiframe TIFF images, I used the attached image (probably the only one I have found, and I do not remember where!).

In a previous post I did not attach correctly the message box sample. Here it is.

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #16 on: November 21, 2016, 09:58:35 am »
May the source be with you

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #17 on: November 21, 2016, 01:21:28 pm »
I do not remember where

http://www.nightprogrammer.org/development/multipage-tiff-example-download-test-image-file/

There are two examples, and indeed I didn't find any others on the wide world web :(
But they both work fine. In contrast to the GIFs, their PropertyTagFrameDelay is not set, though.

APNG is a different story indeed, not supported by Gdi+, and while it would be theoretically possible to pick a frame from an APNG, it would be a lot of work with a badly documented format.
« Last Edit: November 21, 2016, 01:26:03 pm by jj2007 »

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #18 on: November 21, 2016, 05:22:32 pm »
Make your own multiframe TIFF images!

I just remember few years ago ( today its my birthday  8) ) I created multiframe images, here is how :

- use ACDSee (my sersion is ACDSee Pro 7)
- select several images
- menu batch image conversion

The last option before conversion starts is for multiframe.

TIP : sample_image64/32.exe does not erase the panel before each image.
Results may be unpleasant if all frames don't have the same size.


It is possible to view multiframe images with ACDSee, as well as with FastStome Image Viewer.

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #19 on: November 21, 2016, 05:54:35 pm »
Happy birthday then  :)

Re roll your own: Not worth the effort for TIFFs. It's an exotic format anyway, so I guess animated GIFs is enough for 99% of all users. APNG may be the future. I wonder if they have much better compression than GIF, though.

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #20 on: November 21, 2016, 06:02:35 pm »
MultiTIFF, remind me a FAX
This example make 3 pages TIFF.
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#define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
#include <windows.h>
//#include "GdiPlusFlat.h"

#pragma comment(linker, "-subsystem:windows")
#pragma comment(lib, "gdiplus.lib")
// https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms534041(v=vs.85).aspx
// https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms533839(v=vs.85).aspx
typedef int GpStatus;
#define WINGDIPAPI __stdcall
#define GDIPCONST const

typedef struct
{
    UINT32 GdiplusVersion ;
    void* DebugEventCallback ;
    BOOL SuppressBackgroundThread ;
    BOOL SuppressExternalCodecs ;
} GDIPLUSSTARTUPINPUT ;
/*
typedef int (_stdcall *NotificationHookProc)(ULONG_PTR *token);
typedef VOID (_stdcall *NotificationUnhookProc)(ULONG_PTR token);
*/
typedef struct
{
    void* NotificationHook; //NotificationHookProc NotificationHook;
    void* NotificationUnhook; //NotificationUnhookProc NotificationUnhook;
} GDIPLUSSTARTUPOUTPUT ;

typedef struct EncoderParameter {
GUID Guid;
ULONG NumberOfValues;
ULONG Type;
VOID *Value;
} EncoderParameter;

typedef struct EncoderParameters {
UINT Count;
EncoderParameter Parameter[1];
} EncoderParameters;

typedef enum EncoderParameterValueType {
EncoderParameterValueTypeByte = 1,
EncoderParameterValueTypeASCII = 2,
EncoderParameterValueTypeShort = 3,
EncoderParameterValueTypeLong = 4,
EncoderParameterValueTypeRational = 5,
EncoderParameterValueTypeLongRange = 6,
EncoderParameterValueTypeUndefined = 7,
EncoderParameterValueTypeRationalRange = 8,
EncoderParameterValueTypePointer = 9
} EncoderParameterValueType;

typedef enum EncoderValue {
EncoderValueColorTypeCMYK = 0,
EncoderValueColorTypeYCCK = 1,
EncoderValueCompressionLZW = 2,
EncoderValueCompressionCCITT3 = 3,
EncoderValueCompressionCCITT4 = 4,
EncoderValueCompressionRle = 5,
EncoderValueCompressionNone = 6,
EncoderValueScanMethodInterlaced = 7,
EncoderValueScanMethodNonInterlaced = 8,
EncoderValueVersionGif87 = 9,
EncoderValueVersionGif89 = 10,
EncoderValueRenderProgressive = 11,
EncoderValueRenderNonProgressive = 12,
EncoderValueTransformRotate90 = 13,
EncoderValueTransformRotate180 = 14,
EncoderValueTransformRotate270 = 15,
EncoderValueTransformFlipHorizontal = 16,
EncoderValueTransformFlipVertical = 17,
EncoderValueMultiFrame = 18,
EncoderValueLastFrame = 19,
EncoderValueFlush = 20,
EncoderValueFrameDimensionTime = 21,
EncoderValueFrameDimensionResolution = 22,
EncoderValueFrameDimensionPage = 23
} EncoderValue;

int __stdcall GdiplusStartup(ULONG_PTR*, const GDIPLUSSTARTUPINPUT*, GDIPLUSSTARTUPOUTPUT*) ;
VOID __stdcall GdiplusShutdown(ULONG_PTR) ;

typedef void GpImage;
int __stdcall GdipLoadImageFromFile(WCHAR* filename, GpImage **image);
int __stdcall GdipSaveImageToFile(GpImage *image, WCHAR* filename, GDIPCONST CLSID* clsidEncoder, void*);
//                    EncoderParameters* encoderParams);
int __stdcall GdipSaveAdd(GpImage*,GDIPCONST EncoderParameters*);
int __stdcall GdipSaveAddImage(GpImage*,GpImage*,GDIPCONST EncoderParameters*);
int __stdcall GdipDisposeImage(GpImage*);

GDIPLUSSTARTUPINPUT gdiplusStartupInput = { 1, NULL, FALSE, FALSE } ;
ULONG_PTR gdiplusToken;

const CLSID CLSID_image_bmp =  {0x557CF400,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};
const CLSID CLSID_image_jpeg = {0x557CF401,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};
const CLSID CLSID_image_gif =  {0x557CF402,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};
const CLSID CLSID_image_tiff = {0x557CF405,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};
const CLSID CLSID_image_png =  {0x557CF406,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};
const CLSID CLSID_image_ico =  {0x557CF407,0x1A04,0x11D3,0x9A,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xF8,0x1E,0xF3,0x2E};

//292266fc-ac40-47bf-8cfc-a85b89a655de
const CLSID EncoderSaveFlag = {0x292266FC,0xAC40,0x47BF,0x8C,0xFC,0xA8,0x5B,0x89,0xA6,0x55,0xDE};

void __cdecl WinMainCRTStartup(void)
{
GpStatus status;
GpImage *image = NULL;
EncoderParameters encoderParameters;
ULONG parameterValue;

GdiplusStartup(&gdiplusToken, &gdiplusStartupInput, NULL);
encoderParameters.Count = 1;

// Initialize the one EncoderParameter object.
encoderParameters.Parameter[0].Guid = EncoderSaveFlag;
encoderParameters.Parameter[0].Type = EncoderParameterValueTypeLong;
encoderParameters.Parameter[0].NumberOfValues = 1;
encoderParameters.Parameter[0].Value = &parameterValue;
// Load the first page (frame).
status = GdipLoadImageFromFile(L"testimg.bmp", (GpImage **)&image);
if (status == 0) {
GpImage *image2 = NULL;
// Save the first page (frame).
parameterValue = EncoderValueMultiFrame;
status = GdipSaveImageToFile(image, L"test1.tif", &CLSID_image_tiff, &encoderParameters);
// Save the second page (frame).
status = GdipLoadImageFromFile(L"testimg.bmp", (GpImage **)&image2);
parameterValue = EncoderValueFrameDimensionPage;
status = GdipSaveAddImage(image, image2, &encoderParameters);
GdipDisposeImage(image2);
// Save the third page (frame).
status = GdipLoadImageFromFile(L"testimg.bmp", (GpImage **)&image2);
parameterValue = EncoderValueFrameDimensionPage;
status = GdipSaveAddImage(image, image2, &encoderParameters);
GdipDisposeImage(image2);
// Close the multiframe file.
parameterValue = EncoderValueFlush;
status = GdipSaveAdd(image, &encoderParameters);
GdipDisposeImage(image);
}
GdiplusShutdown(gdiplusToken);
ExitProcess(0);
}
« Last Edit: November 21, 2016, 06:08:04 pm by TimoVJL »
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Offline cnoob

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #21 on: September 06, 2018, 12:58:59 pm »
Is this project dead? I download and tried Pelles C 9 give me many errors about missing symbol. I link sgl64.lib correctly though. When I opened the ppj file with notepad it said Pelles C 7.00, is it the reason why it failed? If you still there, please update to latest Pelles C version or consider release the source code, I found only header and a precompiler sgl32/64.lib but no c source file. Thanks  :-\

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #22 on: September 20, 2018, 08:42:40 am »
Hello to every body.
That's true, I was retired for few months, but now back for SGL with a new name (henrik instead of henrin).

The previous version was released with my post of November 19, 2016, and a new version is available here.

New for version 1.3.2 :
- The default font is now the message font (instead of menu font).
- Documentation: minor updates.

The project is still with PellesC 8.00 and the ppj file is :

        PROJECT FILE generated by "Pelles C for Windows, version 8.00".
        # WARNING! DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE.
        #

        POC_PROJECT_VERSION = 7.00

When when switching between 32-bit and 64-bit projects in the same directory, you should :
- update all dependencies
- rebuild the project
 
You can find the development kit here http://perso.numericable.fr/hserindat/sgl/ with documentation and samples.

The source code is available to registered members of the PellesC forum.

Another example of use is PUKABO, a simple and stupid backup program http://perso.numericable.fr/hserindat/pukabo/index.html

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #23 on: September 20, 2018, 10:48:43 am »
Thanks Henri.

With 32-bit library have to use a __cdecl calling convention.
For PellesC 9, the libraries have to recompile, as without it:
POLINK: error: Unresolved external symbol '___get_touppertab' - referenced from 'sgl32.lib(sgl_tools.obj)'.
POLINK: error: Unresolved external symbol '__get_touppertab' - referenced from 'sgl64.lib(sgl_tools.obj)'.

EDIT: sgl project files for V9, using src sub-folder for sources.
« Last Edit: September 21, 2018, 10:47:43 am by TimoVJL »
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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #24 on: September 20, 2018, 03:57:00 pm »
OK TimoVJLand cnoob, I'll switch to PellesC 9and look at this.
The calling conventions are OK and I did not get these errors with PellesC 8

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2018, 09:14:27 am »
The problem appears with PellesC 9. It upgrades the project file (sgl64.ppj) and sgl64.lib cannot be built  ???

I have rebuilt the project from scratch and it works nice :
- sgl64.lib is built
- no unresolved symbol when building the sample programs with it.

I'll investigate what is the reason and then provide the full package.

For now, the attachement the sgl64.lib for PellesC9

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Re: SGL - win32 made simple!
« Reply #26 on: September 23, 2018, 03:27:05 am »
Hihi, I've switched to Pelles C 7.0 because I saw 7.00 in the project file. It's foolish. But it worked well so far  ;D