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/*
 * Authors:
 *   Ted Gould <ted@gould.cx>
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2006 Johan Engelen <johan@shouraizou.nl>
 * Copyright (C) 2002-2004 Authors
 *
 * Released under GNU GPL, read the file 'COPYING' for more information
 */

#include "document.h"
#include "implementation/implementation.h"
#include "output.h"

#include "prefdialog.h"

/* Inkscape::Extension::Output */

namespace Inkscape {
namespace Extension {

/**
    \return   None
    \brief    Builds a SPModuleOutput object from a XML description
    \param    module  The module to be initialized
    \param    repr    The XML description in a Inkscape::XML::Node tree

    Okay, so you want to build a SPModuleOutput object.

    This function first takes and does the build of the parent class,
    which is SPModule.  Then, it looks for the <output> section of the
    XML description.  Under there should be several fields which
    describe the output module to excruciating detail.  Those are parsed,
    copied, and put into the structure that is passed in as module.
    Overall, there are many levels of indentation, just to handle the
    levels of indentation in the XML file.
*/
Output::Output (Inkscape::XML::Node * in_repr, Implementation::Implementation * in_imp) : Extension(in_repr, in_imp)
{
    mimetype = NULL;
    extension = NULL;
    filetypename = NULL;
    filetypetooltip = NULL;
      dataloss = TRUE;

    if (repr != NULL) {
        Inkscape::XML::Node * child_repr;

        child_repr = sp_repr_children(repr);

        while (child_repr != NULL) {
            if (!strcmp(child_repr->name(), INKSCAPE_EXTENSION_NS "output")) {
                child_repr = sp_repr_children(child_repr);
                while (child_repr != NULL) {
                    char const * chname = child_repr->name();
                              if (!strncmp(chname, INKSCAPE_EXTENSION_NS_NC, strlen(INKSCAPE_EXTENSION_NS_NC))) {
                                    chname += strlen(INKSCAPE_EXTENSION_NS);
                              }
                    if (chname[0] == '_') /* Allow _ for translation of tags */
                        chname++;
                    if (!strcmp(chname, "extension")) {
                        g_free (extension);
                        extension = g_strdup(sp_repr_children(child_repr)->content());
                    }
                    if (!strcmp(chname, "mimetype")) {
                        g_free (mimetype);
                        mimetype = g_strdup(sp_repr_children(child_repr)->content());
                    }
                    if (!strcmp(chname, "filetypename")) {
                        g_free (filetypename);
                        filetypename = g_strdup(sp_repr_children(child_repr)->content());
                    }
                    if (!strcmp(chname, "filetypetooltip")) {
                        g_free (filetypetooltip);
                        filetypetooltip = g_strdup(sp_repr_children(child_repr)->content());
                    }
                    if (!strcmp(chname, "dataloss")) {
                        if (!strcmp(sp_repr_children(child_repr)->content(), "false")) {
                                          dataloss = FALSE;
                                    }
                              }

                    child_repr = sp_repr_next(child_repr);
                }

                break;
            }

            child_repr = sp_repr_next(child_repr);
        }

    }
}

/**
    \brief  Destroy an output extension
*/
Output::~Output (void)
{
    g_free(mimetype);
    g_free(extension);
    g_free(filetypename);
    g_free(filetypetooltip);
    return;
}

/**
    \return  Whether this extension checks out
      \brief   Validate this extension

      This function checks to make sure that the output extension has
      a filename extension and a MIME type.  Then it calls the parent
      class' check function which also checks out the implmentation.
*/
bool
Output::check (void)
{
      if (extension == NULL)
            return FALSE;
      if (mimetype == NULL)
            return FALSE;

      return Extension::check();
}

/**
    \return  IETF mime-type for the extension
      \brief   Get the mime-type that describes this extension
*/
gchar *
Output::get_mimetype(void)
{
    return mimetype;
}

/**
    \return  Filename extension for the extension
      \brief   Get the filename extension for this extension
*/
gchar *
Output::get_extension(void)
{
    return extension;
}

/**
    \return  The name of the filetype supported
      \brief   Get the name of the filetype supported
*/
gchar *
Output::get_filetypename(void)
{
    if (filetypename != NULL)
        return filetypename;
    else
        return get_name();
}

/**
    \return  Tooltip giving more information on the filetype
      \brief   Get the tooltip for more information on the filetype
*/
gchar *
Output::get_filetypetooltip(void)
{
    return filetypetooltip;
}

/**
    \return  A dialog to get settings for this extension
      \brief   Create a dialog for preference for this extension

      Calls the implementation to get the preferences.
*/
bool
Output::prefs (void)
{
    if (!loaded())
        set_state(Extension::STATE_LOADED);
    if (!loaded()) return false;

    Gtk::Widget * controls;
    controls = imp->prefs_output(this);
    if (controls == NULL) {
        // std::cout << "No preferences for Output" << std::endl;
        return true;
    }

    PrefDialog * dialog = new PrefDialog(this->get_name(), this->get_help(), controls);
    int response = dialog->run();
    dialog->hide();

    delete dialog;

    if (response == Gtk::RESPONSE_OK) return true;
    return false;
}

/**
    \return  None
      \brief   Save a document as a file
      \param   doc  Document to save
      \param   filename  File to save the document as

      This function does a little of the dirty work involved in saving
      a document so that the implementation only has to worry about geting
      bits on the disk.

      The big thing that it does is remove and read the fields that are
      only used at runtime and shouldn't be saved.  One that may surprise
      people is the output extension.  This is not saved so that the IDs
      could be changed, and old files will still work properly.
*/
void
Output::save(SPDocument *doc, gchar const *filename)
{
        try {
            imp->save(this, doc, filename);
        }
        catch (...) {
            throw Inkscape::Extension::Output::save_failed();
        }

      return;
}

} }  /* namespace Inkscape, Extension */

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  c-file-offsets:((innamespace . 0)(inline-open . 0)(case-label . +))
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  End:
*/
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