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/*===========================================================================
  Copyright (C) 2001 European Southern Observatory (ESO)
 
  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or 
  modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as 
  published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of 
  the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 
  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
  GNU General Public License for more details.
 
  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public 
  License along with this program; if not, write to the Free 
  Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Massachusetss Ave, Cambridge, 
  MA 02139, USA.
 
  Corresponding concerning ESO-MIDAS should be addressed as follows:
  Internet e-mail: midas@eso.org
  Postal address: European Southern Observatory
  Data Management Division 
  Karl-Schwarzschild-Strasse 2
  D 85748 Garching bei Muenchen 
  GERMANY
  ===========================================================================*/
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
 * @defgroup flames_initallflatsout Substep: copy input into output frame
 *
 */
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Includes
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#  include <config.h>
#endif

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <flames_midas_def.h>
#include <flames_uves.h>
#include <flames_newmatrix.h>
#include <flames_initallflatsout.h>
#include <flames_shiftcommon.h>
#include <flames_shiftall.h>
#include <flames_allocallflats.h>
/**@{*/

/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Implementation
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
   @name  flames_initallflatsout()  
   @short copy input into output frame 
   @author G. Mulas  -  ITAL_FLAMES Consortium. Ported to CPL by A. Modigliani

   @param allflatsin  input allflat frame
   @param allflatsout out allflat frame copy of input one

   @return success or failure code

   DRS Functions called:          
   none                                         
                                                                         
   Pseudocode:                                                             
   copy input into output frame                                         

   @note
*/

flames_err  
initallflatsout(
                allflats *allflatsin, 
                allflats *allflatsout)
{
  /* TODO: check the proper order of the dimensions in the allocation of the 
     matrix */
  /* BEWARE: the matrix is allocated with the indices starting from 1 and 
     not zero */
  /* BEWARE2: I changed my mind, the matrix is allocated with the indices 
     starting from zero */
  int32_t iframe=0;
  int32_t ix=0;
  int32_t ifibre=0;
  int32_t iorderifibreixlimit=0;
  int status=0;
  frame_data *fdvecbuf1=0;
  frame_data *fdvecbuf2=0;
  frame_data *fdvecbuf3=0;
  frame_data *fdvecbuf4=0;
  frame_mask *fmvecbuf1=0;
  frame_mask *fmvecbuf2=0;

  /* copy all relevant scalars from allflatsin */
  allflatsout->nflats = allflatsin->nflats;
  allflatsout->subrows = allflatsin->subrows;
  allflatsout->subcols = allflatsin->subcols;
  /*
    allflatsout->chiprows = allflatsin->chiprows;
    allflatsout->chipcols = allflatsin->chipcols;
    allflatsout->subfirstrow = allflatsin->subfirstrow;
    allflatsout->subfirstcol = allflatsin->subfirstcol;
  */
  allflatsout->substartx = allflatsin->substartx;
  allflatsout->substarty = allflatsin->substarty;
  allflatsout->substepx = allflatsin->substepx;
  allflatsout->substepy = allflatsin->substepy;
  /*
    allflatsout->chipstartx = allflatsin->chipstartx;
    allflatsout->chipstarty = allflatsin->chipstarty;
    allflatsout->chipstepx = allflatsin->chipstepx;
    allflatsout->chipstepy = allflatsin->chipstepy;
  */
  allflatsout->chipchoice = allflatsin->chipchoice;
  allflatsout->ron = allflatsin->ron;
  allflatsout->gain = allflatsin->gain;
  allflatsout->maxfibres = allflatsin->maxfibres;
  allflatsout->pixmax = allflatsin->pixmax;
  allflatsout->halfibrewidth = allflatsin->halfibrewidth;
  allflatsout->minfibrefrac = allflatsin->minfibrefrac;
  allflatsout->firstorder = allflatsin->firstorder;
  allflatsout->lastorder = allflatsin->lastorder;
  allflatsout->numfibres = allflatsin->numfibres;

  /* allocate array members of allflatsout */
  if (status = allocallflats(allflatsout) != NOERR) {
    /* error allocating allflatsout */
    return flames_midas_fail();
  }

  for(iframe=0;iframe<=allflatsin->nflats-1;iframe++){
    /* ok, initialisation of the internal matrices:
       - initialise data matrix to zero (non-null values will be filled in 
       later)
       - initialise sigma matrix to read out noise only (assumed variance 
       of zeroed pixels)
       - initialise badpixel mask to zero (all pixels are supposed to be 
       good at this stage)
    */
    fdvecbuf1 = allflatsout->flatdata[iframe].data[0];
    fdvecbuf2 = allflatsout->flatdata[iframe].sigma[0];
    fmvecbuf1 = allflatsout->flatdata[iframe].badpixel[0];
    for (ix=0; ix<=((allflatsin->subrows*allflatsin->subcols)-1); ix++){
      fdvecbuf1[ix] = 0;
      fdvecbuf2[ix] = allflatsout->ron;
      fmvecbuf1[ix] = 0;
    }
    /* file names will be different from allflatsin, only copy framename, 
       as the descriptors will be taken from it */
    strcpy(allflatsout->flatdata[iframe].framename, 
	   allflatsin->flatdata[iframe].framename);
    /* lit fibres are the same as in the unshifted frames */
    ((allflatsout->flatdata)[iframe]).numfibres = 
      ((allflatsin->flatdata)[iframe]).numfibres;
    for(ifibre=0;ifibre<=allflatsin->maxfibres-1;ifibre++){
      (((allflatsout->flatdata)[iframe]).fibres)[ifibre] = 
	(((allflatsin->flatdata)[iframe]).fibres)[ifibre];
    }
    /* the yshift is set to 0 here, as it will be compensated in the shift */
    ((allflatsout->flatdata)[iframe]).yshift = 0;
  }
  for (ifibre=0; ifibre<=allflatsin->maxfibres-1; ifibre++) {
    allflatsout->fibremask[ifibre] = allflatsin->fibremask[ifibre];
    allflatsout->fibre2frame[ifibre] = allflatsin->fibre2frame[ifibre];
  }
  iorderifibreixlimit = ((allflatsin->lastorder-allflatsin->firstorder+1)*
			 allflatsin->maxfibres*allflatsin->subcols)-1;
  fdvecbuf1 = allflatsout->normfactors[0][0];
  fdvecbuf2 = allflatsout->normsigmas[0][0];
  fmvecbuf1 = allflatsout->goodfibres[0][0];
  fdvecbuf3 = allflatsin->normfactors[0][0];
  fdvecbuf4 = allflatsin->normsigmas[0][0];
  fmvecbuf2 = allflatsin->goodfibres[0][0];
  for(ix=0; ix<=iorderifibreixlimit; ix++) {
    /*the normfactors and normsigmas must not be affected by shifting 
      (that's what the "shifting" problem is all about!) so they are just 
      copied over from allflatsin. I might even copy just the pointer, 
      but this would be begging for trouble right now... */
    fdvecbuf1[ix] = fdvecbuf3[ix];
    fdvecbuf2[ix] = fdvecbuf4[ix];
    /* copy over from allflatsin also goodfibres: bad ix/fibre/order 
       points are typically the ones that were not normalisable, hence 
       unusable at all */
    fmvecbuf1[ix] = fmvecbuf2[ix];
    /* lowfibrebounds and highfibrebounds do not need to be initialised, 
       they will get the right values in the main loop while shifting, 
       therefore there is nothing to be done here for them */
  }
  
  return(NOERR);

}

/**@}*/