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/* Hello, Emacs, this is -*-C-*-
 * $Id: gd.trm,v 1.179.2.1 2014/11/21 21:41:14 sfeam Exp $
 */

/* GNUPLOT -- gd.trm */

/*[
 * Copyright 1998, 2001, 2004
 *
 * Permission to use, copy, and distribute this software and its
 * documentation for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted,
 * provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and
 * that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear
 * in supporting documentation.
 *
 * Permission to modify the software is granted, but not the right to
 * distribute the complete modified source code.  Modifications are to
 * be distributed as patches to the released version.  Permission to
 * distribute binaries produced by compiling modified sources is granted,
 * provided you
 *   1. distribute the corresponding source modifications from the
 *    released version in the form of a patch file along with the binaries,
 *   2. add special version identification to distinguish your version
 *    in addition to the base release version number,
 *   3. provide your name and address as the primary contact for the
 *    support of your modified version, and
 *   4. retain our contact information in regard to use of the base
 *    software.
 * Permission to distribute the released version of the source code along
 * with corresponding source modifications in the form of a patch file is
 * granted with same provisions 2 through 4 for binary distributions.
 *
 * This software is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty
 * to the extent permitted by applicable law.
]*/

/*
 * This file is included by ../term.c.
 *
 * This terminal driver supports PNG and JPEG output using
 *  GD library version 2
 *
 * To Use:
 *
 * set terminal png ?options ...?
 *
 * Where an option is:
 *
 * transparent - generate transparent PNGs.  The first color will
 * be the transparent one.
 *
 * interlace - generate interlaced PNGs.
 *
 * image size (in pixels)
 *
 * font size (tiny,small,medium,large,giant)
 *
 * font name (TrueType or Adobe Type 1 font name is passed to libgd)
 *
 * EAM Dec 2010: Obsolete!
 * xrrggbb - sets the next color.  x is the literal character 'x',
 * rrggbb are the red green and blue components in hex.  For example
 * x00ff00 is green.  The background color is set first, then the
 * color borders, then the X & Y axis, then the plotting colors.
 * (The wierd color spec is in order to get around limitations
 * in gnuplot's scanner.)
 *
 * This driver is modeled after the PBM driver pbm.trm.
 *
 * AUTHORS
 *  Sam Shen <sls@mh1.lbl.gov>
 *  Alex Woo <woo@playfair.stanford.edu>
 *  Ethan A Merritt <merritt@u.washington.edu>
 *
 * CONTRIBUTORS
 *  Alfred Reibenschuh <alfred.reibenschuh@it-austria.com> or <fredo@blackbox.at>
 *  Ben Laurie <ben@algroup.co.uk>
 *
 * This version outputs either indexed or truecolor (24-bit RGB) images
 * The default size is 640x480 pixels.
 *
 ******************************************************************************
 * PLEASE READ                                                                *
 * This driver uses the gd library, available from http://www.libgd.org       *
 * This driver allows you to use TrueType, OpenType, or Adobe Type 1 fonts.   *
 * If you have libgd version 2.0.36 or later, you may also be able to access  *
 * any fonts that are managed by the fontconfig utility.                      *
 * You can use this driver without having any TrueType fonts installed,       *
 * but the default fonts are comparatively limited.                           *
 ******************************************************************************
 *
 * Petr Mikulik, Jan 1999: terminal entries for PM3D functionality
 * Ethan Merritt, May 2001: modified gd/gif driver to produce png instead;
 *                          added support for line width and TrueType fonts
 * Shige Takeno, Mar 2011: deal with libgd built to use SJIS rather than UTF-8
 * Ethan Merritt, Apr 2012: Don't claim to support versions 1.x of libgd
 */

#define GD_DEFINED_COLORS	96	/* Must not exceed size of pm3d_color_names_tbl[] */

#include "driver.h"

#ifdef TERM_REGISTER
register_term(png)
#endif

#ifdef TERM_PROTO
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_options __PROTO((void));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_init __PROTO((void));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_graphics __PROTO((void));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_text __PROTO((void));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_linetype __PROTO((int linetype));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_linewidth __PROTO((double linewidth));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_move __PROTO((unsigned int x, unsigned int y));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_vector __PROTO((unsigned int x, unsigned int y));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_put_text __PROTO((unsigned int x, unsigned int y, const char str[]));
TERM_PUBLIC int PNG_justify_text __PROTO((enum JUSTIFY mode));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_point __PROTO((unsigned int x, unsigned int y, int number));
TERM_PUBLIC int PNG_text_angle __PROTO((int ang));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_reset __PROTO((void));
TERM_PUBLIC int PNG_set_font __PROTO((const char *fontname));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_pointsize __PROTO((double ptsize));
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_boxfill(int, unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int, unsigned int);
TERM_PUBLIC int PNG_make_palette (t_sm_palette *);
/* TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_previous_palette (void); */
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_set_color (t_colorspec *);
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_filled_polygon (int, gpiPoint *);
TERM_PUBLIC void PNG_image __PROTO((unsigned int, unsigned int, coordval *, gpiPoint *, t_imagecolor));

/* To support "set term png enhanced" */
TERM_PUBLIC void ENHGD_put_text __PROTO((unsigned int x, unsigned int y, const char str[]));
TERM_PUBLIC void ENHGD_OPEN __PROTO((char * fontname, double fontsize,
			double base, TBOOLEAN widthflag, TBOOLEAN showflag,
			int overprint));
TERM_PUBLIC void ENHGD_FLUSH __PROTO((void));

#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
TERM_PUBLIC void ENHGD_boxed_text __PROTO((unsigned int, unsigned int, int));
#endif

#include <gd.h>
/* Include files for bitmap fonts */
#include <gdfontt.h>
#include <gdfonts.h>
#include <gdfontl.h>
#include <gdfontmb.h>
#include <gdfontg.h>

/* Before version 2.0.36, the libgd function gdFTUseFontConfig() didn't */
/* do what we need.  Test for earlier versions and ignore it.           */
#ifdef GD_MAJOR_VERSION
#  if (GD_MINOR_VERSION > 0  ||  GD_RELEASE_VERSION > 35)
#    define gdUseFontConfig(x) gdFTUseFontConfig(x)
#  endif
#endif
#ifndef gdUseFontConfig
#define gdUseFontConfig(x) 0
#endif

/* These intermediate functions are necessary on Windows since 
   the shared version of libgd uses a different calling convention
   and there is no proper macro defined.
*/
#if defined(WIN32) && !defined(NONDLL)
static void gp_gdImagePolygon(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int);
static void gp_gdImageFilledPolygon(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int);
#else
# define gp_gdImagePolygon gdImagePolygon
# define gp_gdImageFilledPolygon gdImageFilledPolygon 
#endif

static void PNG_PointX __PROTO((unsigned int, unsigned int));
static void PNG_PointPlus __PROTO((unsigned int, unsigned int));
static void PNG_Triangle(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, int direction,
	void (*draw_func)(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int));
static void PNG_Diamond(unsigned int x, unsigned int y,
	void (*draw_func)(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int));
static void PNG_init_brush __PROTO((int));

#define GREG_XMAX 640
#define GREG_YMAX 480

/* This will be the default font */
# define gdfont gdFontMediumBold
# define PNG_VCHAR 13
# define PNG_HCHAR 7

#define PNG_TICSIZE (GREG_YMAX/100)

#define PNG_MAX_COLORS 256
#define GOT_NEXT_PROTO
#endif

#ifndef TERM_PROTO_ONLY
#ifdef TERM_BODY

static TBOOLEAN PNG_initialized = FALSE;	/* Set when terminal first initialized */

static struct {
    gdImagePtr image;
    gdFontPtr font;
    unsigned int x, y;
    int height;
    int charh, charw;
    int color;             /* Magic index returned by libgd */
    int rgb;               /* Our guess at the corresponding rgb */
    int n_colors;
    int color_table[PNG_MAX_COLORS];
    int rgb_table[PNG_MAX_COLORS];
    int angle;
    enum JUSTIFY justify;
    int flags;
    int linetype;
    int linewidth;
    TBOOLEAN capbutt;  /* use capbutt on lines with GD2, 20051205 MWS*/
    TBOOLEAN use_builtin;
    int ttfsize;
    char *ttffont;
    gdFontPtr default_font;
    char *    default_ttffont;
    int       default_ttfsize;
    double    fontscale;
    TBOOLEAN  TrueColor;
    /* Variables for animated gif support: */
    TBOOLEAN  animate;		/* Only gif supports animation */
    int       loop_count;	/* Number of times to repeat sequence */
    int       frame_count;	/* Number of frames in animation */
    int       frame_delay;	/* Time between frames in .01 seconds */
    TBOOLEAN  frame_optimization;
    gdImagePtr previous_image;	/* Needed to encode animation as a series of deltas */
} png_state;

#define PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT 1
#define PNG_USE_INTERLACE   2
#define PNG_USE_CROP        4

enum PNG_id {
    PNG_TRANSPARENT, PNG_NOTRANSPARENT,
    PNG_INTERLACE, PNG_NOINTERLACE,
    PNG_CROP, PNG_NOCROP,
    /* Font size */
    PNG_TINY, PNG_SMALL, PNG_MEDIUM, PNG_LARGE, PNG_GIANT,
    PNG_FONT, PNG_FONTSCALE,
    PNG_SIZE, PNG_BACKGROUND,
    PNG_ENHANCED, PNG_NOENHANCED,
    PNG_TRUECOLOR, PNG_NOTRUECOLOR,
    PNG_LINEWIDTH, PNG_BUTT, PNG_ROUNDED, PNG_DASHLENGTH,
    GIF_ANIMATE, GIF_DELAY, GIF_LOOP, GIF_NOOPT, GIF_OPT,
    PNG_OTHER
};

#ifdef Y
#   undef Y
#endif
#define Y(y) (png_state.height - (y))

static int PNG_XMAX = GREG_XMAX;
static int PNG_YMAX = GREG_YMAX;
static const int PNG_POINT_SCALE = 3;
static int PNG_ps = 3;

#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
    unsigned int bounding_box[4];
#define GD_TEXTBOX_MARGIN 1.0
    double bounding_xmargin = GD_TEXTBOX_MARGIN;
    double bounding_ymargin = GD_TEXTBOX_MARGIN;
#endif

static TBOOLEAN ENHgd_show = TRUE;
static TBOOLEAN ENHgd_sizeonly = FALSE;

static struct gen_table PNG_opts[] =
{
    { "trans$parent", PNG_TRANSPARENT },
    { "notran$sparent", PNG_NOTRANSPARENT },
    { "inter$lace", PNG_INTERLACE },
    { "nointer$lace", PNG_NOINTERLACE },
    { "crop", PNG_CROP },
    { "nocrop", PNG_NOCROP },
    { "ti$ny", PNG_TINY },
    { "s$mall", PNG_SMALL },
    { "m$edium", PNG_MEDIUM },
    { "l$arge", PNG_LARGE },
    { "g$iant", PNG_GIANT },
    { "fontscale", PNG_FONTSCALE },
    { "fo$nt", PNG_FONT },
    { "si$ze", PNG_SIZE },
    { "enh$anced", PNG_ENHANCED },
    { "noenh$anced", PNG_NOENHANCED },
    { "true$color", PNG_TRUECOLOR },
    { "notrue$color", PNG_NOTRUECOLOR },
    { "linew$idth", PNG_LINEWIDTH },
    { "anim$ate", GIF_ANIMATE }, /* gif animation options */
    { "delay", GIF_DELAY },
    { "loop", GIF_LOOP },
    { "noopt$imize", GIF_NOOPT },
    { "opt$imize", GIF_OPT }, /* end of gif animation options */
    { "lw", PNG_LINEWIDTH },
    { "butt", PNG_BUTT},
    { "round$ed", PNG_ROUNDED},
    { "dashl$ength", PNG_DASHLENGTH},
    { "dl", PNG_DASHLENGTH},
    { "backg$round", PNG_BACKGROUND},
    { NULL, PNG_OTHER }
};

#undef MAXLINEWIDTH
#define MAXLINEWIDTH 100
static double PNG_linewidth_factor = 1.0;
static double PNG_dashlength_factor = 1.0;

/* shige takeno: 
 * libgd can be built to prefer UTF-8 or SJIS encoding for Japanese.
 * If it wants SJIS and we are currently in UTF8, convert.
 * If it wants UTF8 and we are currently in SJIS, convert.
 * conditional compilation flags:
 *   HAVE_ICONV (iconv library)
 *   JIS_GDLIB (using gdlib configured with -DJISX0208)
 */
#ifdef HAVE_ICONV
#include <iconv.h>
#endif
static void gd_iconv __PROTO((char **string));

/* EAM - gdImage structure to hold brushes for linewidth */
/* We will allocate and initialize these on demand */
typedef struct {
    gdImagePtr im;
    unsigned int last_rgb;
    int bgnd;
    int fgnd;
}   PNG_BRUSH;

static PNG_BRUSH *PNG_brush[MAXLINEWIDTH+1];

typedef struct {
    gdImagePtr im;
    unsigned int last_rgb;
    int fillpar;
}   PNG_FILL_TILE;

static PNG_FILL_TILE PNG_fill_tile = { (gdImagePtr)0, 0, 0 };

/* To be used with libgd 2.0.34 to request Symbol encoding */
#ifdef gdFTEX_Adobe_Custom
static gdFTStringExtra PNG_FONT_INFO = {0,0,0,0,0,NULL,NULL};
#endif

#if defined(WIN32) && !defined(NONDLL)
static void 
gp_gdImagePolygon(gdImagePtr im, gdPointPtr p, int n, int c)
{
    gdImagePolygon(im, p, n, c);
}

static void 
gp_gdImageFilledPolygon(gdImagePtr im, gdPointPtr p, int n, int c)
{
    gdImageFilledPolygon(im, p, n, c);
}
#endif


/* Common code to crop the image around its bounding box, just before writing
   down the file.
*/
static void
image_do_crop ()
{
    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_CROP) {
	int x, y, x1, y1, x2, y2, flag;
	int bg = png_state.color_table[0]; /* index of the background color */
	gdImagePtr im_crop;
	for (flag=0, x1=0; x1 < gdImageSX(png_state.image)-1; x1++) {
	    for (y=0; y < gdImageSY(png_state.image); y++)
		if (gdImageGetPixel(png_state.image, x1, y) != bg) { flag = 1; break; }
	    if (flag) break;
	}
	for (flag=0, x2=gdImageSX(png_state.image)-1; x2 >= x1; x2--) {
	    for (y=0; y < gdImageSY(png_state.image); y++)
		if (gdImageGetPixel(png_state.image, x2, y) != bg) { flag = 1; break; }
	    if (flag) break;
	}
	for (flag=0, y1=0; y1 < gdImageSY(png_state.image)-1; y1++) {
	    for (x=x1; x <= x2; x++)
		if (gdImageGetPixel(png_state.image, x, y1) != bg) { flag = 1; break; };
	    if (flag) break;
	}
	for (flag=0, y2=gdImageSY(png_state.image)-1; y2 >= y1; y2--) {
	    for (x=x1; x <= x2; x++)
		if (gdImageGetPixel(png_state.image, x, y2) != bg) { flag = 1; break; };
	    if (flag) break;
	}
	x = x2 - x1 + 1; /* width */
	y = y2 - y1 + 1; /* height */

	if (png_state.TrueColor)
	    im_crop = gdImageCreateTrueColor(x,y);
	else
	    im_crop = gdImageCreate(x,y);
	if (!im_crop) {
	    int_warn(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create cropped image structure");
	    return;
	}
	bg = gdImageColorAllocateAlpha(im_crop,255,255,255,127);

	gdImagePaletteCopy(im_crop, png_state.image);
	if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT) {
	    gdImageColorTransparent(im_crop, bg);
	    /* WARNING: This is a work-around for strangeness in libgd,  */
	    /* which doesn't copy transparent pixels in TrueColor images. */
	    if (png_state.TrueColor)
		gdImageColorTransparent(png_state.image, -1);
	} else
	    gdImageColorTransparent(im_crop, -1);

	gdImageCopy(im_crop, png_state.image, 0, 0, x1, y1, x, y);
	gdImageDestroy(png_state.image);
	png_state.image = im_crop;
    }
}


static int PNG_FillSolid __PROTO((int fillpar));
static int PNG_FillPattern __PROTO((int fillpar));
static int PNG_FillTransparent __PROTO((int fillpar));

static int
PNG_FillSolid(int fillpar)
{
    int red   = (png_state.rgb >> 16) & 0xff;
    int green = (png_state.rgb >> 8) & 0xff;
    int blue  = png_state.rgb & 0xff;

    double fact = (double)(100 - fillpar) * 0.01;

    int color;

    if (fact <= 0 || fact >= 1.0)
	return png_state.color;

    red   += (0xff - red) * fact;
    green += (0xff - green) * fact;
    blue  += (0xff - blue) * fact;

    color = gdImageColorExact(png_state.image, red, green, blue);
    if (color < 0) {
	color = gdImageColorAllocate(png_state.image, red, green, blue);
    }
    if (color < 0) {
	color = gdImageColorClosest(png_state.image, red, green, blue);
    }

    return color;
}

static int
PNG_FillTransparent(int fillpar)
{
    int red   = (png_state.rgb >> 16) & 0xff;
    int green = (png_state.rgb >> 8) & 0xff;
    int blue  = png_state.rgb & 0xff;
    int alpha = 127 * (float)(100-fillpar) / 100.;

    return  gdImageColorExactAlpha(png_state.image, red, green, blue, alpha);
}

static int
PNG_FillPattern(int style)
{
    int rgb = png_state.rgb;
    int brgb = png_state.rgb_table[0];
    int fillpar = (style >> 4) % 8;
    style = style & 0xf;

    if (!PNG_fill_tile.im || rgb != PNG_fill_tile.last_rgb || PNG_fill_tile.fillpar != fillpar) {

	int foreground, background;

	if (PNG_fill_tile.im) {
	    gdImageDestroy(PNG_fill_tile.im);
	    PNG_fill_tile.im = (gdImagePtr)0;
	}

	/* save new values */
	PNG_fill_tile.fillpar = fillpar;
	PNG_fill_tile.last_rgb = rgb;

	/* create new tile */
	if (!((PNG_fill_tile.im = gdImageCreate(8, 8))))
	    int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create pattern-fill tile");

	background = gdImageColorAllocate(PNG_fill_tile.im,
		(brgb >> 16) & 0xff, (brgb >> 8) & 0xff, brgb & 0xff);
	if (style == FS_TRANSPARENT_PATTERN)
	    gdImageColorTransparent(PNG_fill_tile.im, background);
	gdImageFilledRectangle(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 7, background);

	/* foreground */
	foreground = gdImageColorAllocate(PNG_fill_tile.im,
		(rgb >> 16) & 0xff, (rgb >> 8) & 0xff, rgb & 0xff);

	switch (fillpar) {
	    case 0: /* no fill */
	    default:
		break;
	    case 1: /* cross-hatch */
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 7, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 6, 6, 0, foreground);
		break;
	    case 2: /* double cross-hatch */
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 7, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 6, 6, 0, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 2, 2, 0, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 7, 3, 3, 7, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 4, 0, 7, 3, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 4, 3, 7, foreground);
		break;
	    case 3: /* solid */
		gdImageFilledRectangle(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 7, foreground);
		break;
	    case 4:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 7, foreground);
		break;
	    case 5:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 7, 7, 0, foreground);
		break;
	    case 6:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 3, 7, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 4, 0, 7, 7, foreground);
		break;
	    case 7:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 7, 3, 0, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 4, 7, 7, 0, foreground);
		break;
	    case 8:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 0, 7, 3, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 4, 7, 7, foreground);
		break;
	    case 9:
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 3, 7, 0, foreground);
		gdImageLine(PNG_fill_tile.im, 0, 7, 7, 4, foreground);
		break;
	}
    }

    gdImageSetTile(png_state.image, PNG_fill_tile.im);
    return (int)gdTiled;
}

static void
PNG_PointX(unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
{
    gdImageLine(png_state.image, x - PNG_ps, y - PNG_ps,
	    x + PNG_ps, y + PNG_ps, png_state.color);
    gdImageLine(png_state.image, x + PNG_ps, y - PNG_ps,
	    x - PNG_ps, y + PNG_ps, png_state.color);
}

static void
PNG_PointPlus(unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
{
    gdImageLine(png_state.image, x - PNG_ps, y,
	    x + PNG_ps, y, png_state.color);
    gdImageLine(png_state.image, x, y - PNG_ps,
	    x, y + PNG_ps, png_state.color);
}

static void
PNG_Triangle(
    unsigned int x, unsigned int y,
    int direction,
    void (*draw_func)(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int))
{
    int delta  = (int)((1.33 * (double)PNG_ps) + 0.5);
    int delta_ = (int)((0.67 * (double)PNG_ps) + 0.5);

    gdPoint points[4];
    points[0].x = x;
    points[0].y = y - direction * delta;
    points[1].x = x - delta;
    points[1].y = y + direction * delta_;
    points[2].x = x + delta;
    points[2].y = y + direction * delta_;
    points[3].x = points[0].x;
    points[3].y = points[0].y;
    draw_func(png_state.image, points, 4, png_state.color);
}

static void
PNG_Diamond(
    unsigned int x, unsigned int y,
    void (*draw_func)(gdImagePtr, gdPointPtr, int, int))
{
    gdPoint points[5];
    points[0].x = x;
    points[0].y = y - PNG_ps;
    points[1].x = x + PNG_ps;
    points[1].y = y;
    points[2].x = x;
    points[2].y = y + PNG_ps;
    points[3].x = x - PNG_ps;
    points[3].y = y;
    points[4].x = points[0].x;
    points[4].y = points[0].y;
    draw_func(png_state.image, points, 5, png_state.color);
}

/*
 * _options()  Called when terminal type is selected.
 * This procedure should parse options on the command line.  A list of the
 * currently selected options should be stored in term_options[] in a form
 * suitable for use with the set term command.  term_options[] is used by
 * the save command.  Use options_null() if no options are available.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_options()
{
    int i;
    char *string;
    unsigned long color;
    TBOOLEAN gif_anim_option = FALSE; /* set to TRUE if an animated gif option given */

    if (!PNG_initialized) {
	PNG_initialized = TRUE;
	term_options[0] = '\0';
	term->h_char = PNG_HCHAR; /* Default to medium font */
	png_state.default_font = gdfont;
	png_state.n_colors = 0;
	png_state.flags = 0;
	png_state.use_builtin = FALSE;
	png_state.ttffont = NULL;
	png_state.default_ttffont = NULL;
	png_state.default_ttfsize = 0;
	png_state.fontscale = 1;
	png_state.justify = CENTRE;
	png_state.TrueColor = FALSE;
	PNG_linewidth_factor = 1.0;
	PNG_dashlength_factor = 1.0;
	png_state.capbutt = FALSE; /* to preserve previous default behavior */
#ifdef _Windows
	/* Set the default search path for fonts to something useful. */
	if (getenv("GDFONTPATH") == NULL) {
	    const char fonts[] = "\\fonts";
	    char *windir = getenv("windir");
	    if (windir) {
		char *gdfontpath = (char *)
		    gp_alloc(strlen(windir) + strlen(fonts) + 1, "GDFONTPATH");
		if (gdfontpath) {
		   strcpy(gdfontpath, windir);
		   strcat(gdfontpath, fonts);
		   SetEnvironmentVariable("GDFONTPATH", gdfontpath);
		   free(gdfontpath);
		}
	    }
	}
#endif
    } else {
	/* FIXME EAM - these should never happen! */
	if (!png_state.default_font) {
	    fprintf(stderr,"gd.trm: caught initialization error\n");
	    png_state.default_font = gdfont;
	}
    }

    /* Annoying hack to handle the case of 'set termoption' after */
    /* we are already in animation mode.                          */
    if (almost_equals(c_token-1, "termopt$ion"))
	FPRINTF((stderr,"gif: Maintaining animation state\n"));
    else {
	/* Otherwise reset animation parameters */
	if (png_state.previous_image)
	    gdImageDestroy(png_state.previous_image);
	png_state.animate = FALSE;
	png_state.previous_image = NULL;
	png_state.frame_optimization = FALSE;
	png_state.loop_count = 0;
	/* And default font size */
	term->h_char = PNG_HCHAR;
	png_state.default_ttfsize = 0;
	PNG_linewidth_factor = 1.0;
	PNG_dashlength_factor = 1.0;
	/* Default to enhanced text */
	term->flags |= TERM_ENHANCED_TEXT;
	term->put_text = ENHGD_put_text;
    }

    while (!END_OF_COMMAND) {
	switch(lookup_table(&PNG_opts[0],c_token)) {
	case PNG_TRANSPARENT:
	    png_state.flags |= PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_NOTRANSPARENT:
	    png_state.flags &= ~PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_INTERLACE:
	    png_state.flags |= PNG_USE_INTERLACE;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_NOINTERLACE:
	    png_state.flags &= ~PNG_USE_INTERLACE;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_CROP:
	    png_state.flags |= PNG_USE_CROP;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_NOCROP:
	    png_state.flags &= ~PNG_USE_CROP;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;

#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
# define UNSET_TTF_FONT \
	    free(png_state.ttffont); \
	    png_state.ttffont = NULL; \
	    png_state.default_ttfsize = 2 * term->h_char - 2; \
	    png_state.use_builtin = TRUE;
#else
# define UNSET_TTF_FONT \
	    ; /* nothing to do */
#endif

	case PNG_TINY:
	    png_state.default_font = gdFontGetTiny();
	    term->v_char = png_state.default_font->h;
	    term->h_char = png_state.default_font->w;
	    ++c_token;
	    UNSET_TTF_FONT;
	    break;
	case PNG_SMALL:
	    png_state.default_font = gdFontGetSmall();
	    term->v_char = png_state.default_font->h;
	    term->h_char = png_state.default_font->w;
	    ++c_token;
	    UNSET_TTF_FONT;
	    break;
	case PNG_MEDIUM:
	    png_state.default_font = gdFontGetMediumBold();
	    term->v_char = png_state.default_font->h;
	    term->h_char = png_state.default_font->w;
	    ++c_token;
	    UNSET_TTF_FONT;
	    break;
	case PNG_LARGE:
	    png_state.default_font = gdFontGetLarge();
	    term->v_char = png_state.default_font->h;
	    term->h_char = png_state.default_font->w;
	    ++c_token;
	    UNSET_TTF_FONT;
	    break;
	case PNG_GIANT:
	    png_state.default_font = gdFontGetGiant();
	    term->v_char = png_state.default_font->h;
	    term->h_char = png_state.default_font->w;
	    ++c_token;
	    UNSET_TTF_FONT;
	    break;

	case PNG_FONT:
	    c_token++;
#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
	    if (END_OF_COMMAND) {
		free(png_state.ttffont);
		png_state.ttffont = NULL;
		png_state.default_ttfsize = 0;
	    } else {
		int brect[8];
		char *err;

		if (isstringvalue(c_token)) {
		    char *s = try_to_get_string();
		    char *comma = strrchr(s,',');
		    double fontsize;
		    if (comma && (1 == sscanf(comma+1,"%lf",&fontsize))) {
			png_state.default_ttfsize = (int)(fontsize+0.5);
			png_state.ttfsize = png_state.default_ttfsize;
			*comma = '\0';
		    }
		    if (*s) {
			free(png_state.ttffont);
			png_state.ttffont = s;
		    } else {
			continue;
		    }
		} else {
		    free(png_state.ttffont);
		    png_state.ttffont = gp_alloc(token_len(c_token)+1,"new font");
		    copy_str(png_state.ttffont, c_token, token_len(c_token)+1);
		    c_token++;
		}
		free(png_state.default_ttffont);
		png_state.default_ttffont = gp_strdup(png_state.ttffont);

		/* First try the old GDFONTPATH mechanism for locating fonts */
		(void)gdUseFontConfig(0);
		err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
			png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
			0.0, 0, 0, "test");
	
		/* If that didn't work, try again using the fontconfig mechanism */
		if (err && gdUseFontConfig(1)) {
		    err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
			png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
			0.0, 0, 0, "test");
		}

		/* If we still haven't found the font, punt to the internal non-TTF default set */
		if (err) {
		    fprintf(stderr, "%s when opening font %s, trying default\n",
				err, png_state.ttffont);
		    free(png_state.ttffont);
		    free(png_state.default_ttffont);
		    png_state.ttffont = NULL;
		    png_state.default_ttffont = NULL;
		}

	    }
#else
	    c_token++;
	    fprintf(stderr,"No TTF font support, using internal non-scalable font\n");
#endif
	    break;
# undef UNSET_TTF_FONT

	case PNG_FONTSCALE:
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.fontscale = END_OF_COMMAND ? 1 : real_expression();
	    if (png_state.fontscale <= 0)
		png_state.fontscale = 1.;
	    break;

	case PNG_SIZE:
	    c_token++;
	    if (END_OF_COMMAND) {
		PNG_XMAX = GREG_XMAX;
		PNG_YMAX = GREG_YMAX;
	    } else {
		PNG_XMAX = real_expression();
		if (equals(c_token, ",")) {
		    c_token++;
		    PNG_YMAX = real_expression();
		}
		if (PNG_XMAX <= 0)
		    PNG_XMAX = GREG_XMAX;
		if (PNG_YMAX <= 0)
		    PNG_YMAX = GREG_YMAX;
	    }
	    term->ymax = PNG_YMAX;
	    term->xmax = PNG_XMAX;
	    /* EAM Apr 2003 - same tic size on both x and y axes */
	    term->v_tic = (PNG_XMAX < PNG_YMAX) ? PNG_XMAX/100 : PNG_YMAX/100;
	    if (term->v_tic < 1)
		term->v_tic = 1;
	    term->h_tic = term->v_tic;
	    break;
	case PNG_ENHANCED:
	    term->flags |= TERM_ENHANCED_TEXT;
	    term->put_text = ENHGD_put_text;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_NOENHANCED:
	    term->flags &= ~TERM_ENHANCED_TEXT;
	    term->put_text = PNG_put_text;
	    ++c_token;
	    break;
	case PNG_TRUECOLOR:
	    png_state.TrueColor = TRUE;
	    term->flags |= TERM_ALPHA_CHANNEL;
	    c_token++;
	    break;
	case PNG_NOTRUECOLOR:
	    png_state.TrueColor = FALSE;
	    term->flags &= ~TERM_ALPHA_CHANNEL;
	    c_token++;
	    break;
	case PNG_LINEWIDTH:
	    c_token++;
	    PNG_linewidth_factor = real_expression();
	    if (PNG_linewidth_factor < 0)
		PNG_linewidth_factor = 1.0;
	    break;
	case PNG_DASHLENGTH:
	    c_token++;
	    PNG_dashlength_factor = real_expression();
	    if (PNG_dashlength_factor <= 0.2)
		PNG_dashlength_factor = 1.0;
	    break;

	/* parse gif animation options */
	case GIF_ANIMATE:
	    if (strncmp("gif",term->name,3))
		int_error(c_token,"Only the gif terminal supports animation");
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.animate = TRUE;
	    png_state.frame_count = 0;
	    png_state.frame_delay = 10;
	    png_state.frame_optimization = FALSE;
	    gif_anim_option = 1;
	    break;
	case GIF_DELAY:
	    if (strncmp("gif",term->name,3))
		int_error(c_token,"Only the gif terminal supports animation");
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.frame_delay = int_expression();
	    if (png_state.frame_delay <= 0)
		png_state.frame_delay = 10;
	    gif_anim_option = 1;
	    break;
	case GIF_LOOP:
	    if (strncmp("gif",term->name,3))
		int_error(c_token,"Only the gif terminal supports animation");
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.loop_count = int_expression();
	    gif_anim_option = 1;
	    break;
	case GIF_NOOPT:
	    if (strncmp("gif",term->name,3))
		int_error(c_token,"Only the gif terminal supports animation");
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.frame_optimization = FALSE;
	    gif_anim_option = 1;
	    break;
	case GIF_OPT:
	    if (strncmp("gif",term->name,3))
		int_error(c_token,"Only the gif terminal supports animation");
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.frame_optimization = TRUE;
	    gif_anim_option = 1;
	    break;

	case PNG_BUTT:
	    png_state.capbutt = TRUE;
	    c_token++;
	    break;

	case PNG_ROUNDED:
	    png_state.capbutt = FALSE;
	    c_token++;
	    break;

	case PNG_BACKGROUND:
	    c_token++;
	    png_state.rgb_table[0] = parse_color_name();
	    png_state.n_colors = 1;
	    break;

	case PNG_OTHER:
	default:
	    /* not "size" */
	    string = gp_input_line + token[c_token].start_index;

#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
	    /* Check for explicit TTF font size */
	    if (sscanf(string, "%d", &i) == 1) {
		if (i > 0 && i < 999)
		    png_state.default_ttfsize = i;
		else
		    int_warn(c_token,"illegal font size");
		c_token++;
	        break;
	    }
#endif

	    if (sscanf(string, "x%lx", &color) == 1)
		int_error(c_token, "obsolete color option");
	    else
		int_error(c_token, "unrecognized terminal option");
	    break;
	}
    }

    if (gif_anim_option) {
#ifndef GIF_ANIMATION /* animated gifs not supported by the current GD library */
	png_state.animate = FALSE;
	int_warn(NO_CARET, "gif animation options ignored (not compiled into this binary)");
#endif
    }

#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
    /* If no font has been chosen but there is a default, use it */
    if (!png_state.ttffont && !png_state.use_builtin) {
	char *external_default = getenv("GNUPLOT_DEFAULT_GDFONT");
	int brect[8];
	char *err;

	if (external_default)
		png_state.ttffont = gp_strdup(external_default);
	else	/* Might as well try some plausible font; it's no worse than failing immediately */
		png_state.ttffont = gp_strdup("/usr/share/fonts/truetype/liberation/LiberationSans-Regular.ttf");

	free(png_state.default_ttffont);
	png_state.default_ttffont = gp_strdup(png_state.ttffont);
	if (png_state.default_ttfsize == 0)
		png_state.default_ttfsize = 2 * term->h_char - 2;

	/* First try the old GDFONTPATH mechanism for locating fonts */
	(void)gdUseFontConfig(0);
	err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
		png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
		0.0, 0, 0, "test");

	/* If that didn't work, try again using fontconfig mechanism */
	if (err && gdUseFontConfig(1)) {
	    err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
		png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
		0.0, 0, 0, "test");
	}

	/* If we still haven't found the font, punt to the internal non-TTF default set */
	if (err) {
		fprintf(stderr,"%s when opening font \"%s\", using internal non-scalable font\n",
			err, png_state.ttffont);
		free(png_state.ttffont);
		free(png_state.default_ttffont);
		png_state.ttffont = NULL;
		png_state.default_ttffont = NULL;
	}

    }

    /* If no explicit TTF font size found, generate default */
    if (!(png_state.default_ttfsize > 0))
	png_state.default_ttfsize = 2 * term->h_char - 2;
    png_state.ttfsize = png_state.default_ttfsize;

    /* Find approximate character width of selected TTF font   */
    /* This is needed in order to set appropriate border width */
    if (png_state.default_ttffont) {
	int brect[8];
	char *err;
	err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
		png_state.default_ttffont, (double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
		0.0, 0, 0, "f00000000g");
	if (!err) {
	    term->h_char = .11 * (float)(brect[2] - brect[0]) + 0.5;
	    term->v_char = 1.1 * (float)(brect[1] - brect[7]) + 0.5;
	}
    }
#endif

    /* This code is shared by png, gif, and jpeg terminal types */
    if (!strcmp(term->name,"jpeg"))
	png_state.flags &= ~PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT;

    /* now generate options string */

    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT) {
	strcat(term_options, "transparent ");
    }
    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_INTERLACE) {
	strcat(term_options, "interlace ");
    }
    /* JPEG files are always 24-bit color */
    if (strcmp(term->name, "jpeg") == 0) {
	png_state.TrueColor = TRUE;
	term->flags |= TERM_ALPHA_CHANNEL;
    } else if (png_state.TrueColor) {
	strcat(term_options, "truecolor ");
    }
    if (!(png_state.flags & PNG_USE_CROP)) {
	strcat(term_options, "no");
    }
    strcat(term_options, "crop ");

    if (term->flags & TERM_ENHANCED_TEXT) {
	strcat(term_options, "enhanced ");
    }

    if (PNG_linewidth_factor != 1.0)
	sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "linewidth %3.1f ", PNG_linewidth_factor);

    if (PNG_dashlength_factor != 1.0)
	sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "dashlength %3.1f ", PNG_dashlength_factor);

    if (png_state.capbutt) {
	sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "butt ");
    }

    if (png_state.animate) {
	sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "animate delay %d loop %d %soptimize ", 
	    png_state.frame_delay, png_state.loop_count,
	    png_state.frame_optimization ? "" : "no");
    }

    sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "size %d,%d ", PNG_XMAX, PNG_YMAX);

    if (png_state.n_colors == 1)
	sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
	    "background \"#%06x\" ", png_state.rgb_table[0]);

    if (png_state.ttffont) {
	if (png_state.fontscale != 1.0)
	    sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
		"fontscale %.1f ", png_state.fontscale);
	if (strlen(term_options) + strlen(png_state.ttffont) < sizeof(term_options) - 32)
	    sprintf(term_options + strlen(term_options),
		"font \"%s,%d\" ", png_state.ttffont, png_state.ttfsize);
    } else switch (term->h_char) {
    case 5:
	strcat(term_options,"tiny ");
	break;
    case 6:
	strcat(term_options, "small ");
	break;
    case 7:
    default:
	strcat(term_options, "medium ");
	break;
    case 8:
	strcat(term_options, "large ");
	break;
    case 9:
	strcat(term_options,"giant ");
	break;
    }

}


/*
 * _init()  Called once, when the device is first selected.  This procedure
 * should set up things that only need to be set once, like handshaking and
 * character sets etc...
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_init()
{
int i;

    png_state.linetype = 0;
    png_state.linewidth = 1;

    /* Clear brush array, then initialize a few small ones */
    for (i=2; i<=MAXLINEWIDTH; i++)
	PNG_brush[i] = NULL;
}

/*
 * Internal helper routine to initialize brushes used for stroking linewidth > 1
 */
static void
PNG_init_brush(int width)
{
    PNG_BRUSH *brush = PNG_brush[width];

    if (!brush) {
	brush = gp_alloc(sizeof(PNG_BRUSH),"gd brush");
	PNG_brush[width] = brush;
	brush->last_rgb = -99;  /* Something invalid */
	if (!((brush->im = gdImageCreate(width,width))))
	    int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create brush structure");
	brush->bgnd = gdImageColorAllocate( brush->im, 255, 255, 255 );
	gdImageFill(brush->im, 0, 0, brush->bgnd);
	gdImageColorTransparent(brush->im, brush->bgnd);
    }

    if (png_state.color != brush->last_rgb) {
	brush->fgnd = gdImageColorResolve(brush->im,
	    gdImageRed(png_state.image,png_state.color),
	    gdImageGreen(png_state.image,png_state.color),
	    gdImageBlue(png_state.image,png_state.color) );
	brush->last_rgb = png_state.color;

	/* EAM - quick and dirty is to fill the entire brush (square nib)  */
	/* It might be better to approximate a circular nib by selectively */
	/* coloring the individual pixels of the brush image.          	   */
	gdImageFilledRectangle(brush->im, 0, 0, width-1, width-1, brush->fgnd);
    }
}

/*
 * _reset()  Called when gnuplot is exited, the output device changed or
 * the terminal type changed.  This procedure should reset the device,
 * possibly flushing a buffer somewhere or generating a form feed.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_reset()
{
    int i;
    /* EAM - Clean up the brushes used for linewidth */
    for (i=2; i<=MAXLINEWIDTH; i++) {
	if (PNG_brush[i]) {
	    if (PNG_brush[i]->im)
		gdImageDestroy(PNG_brush[i]->im);
	    PNG_brush[i] = NULL;
	}
    }
    if (PNG_fill_tile.im) {
	gdImageDestroy(PNG_fill_tile.im);
	PNG_fill_tile.im = (gdImagePtr)0;
    }
#ifdef GIF_ANIMATION
    if (png_state.animate) {
	gdImageGifAnimEnd(gpoutfile);
	png_state.frame_count = 0;
	png_state.animate = FALSE;
	fprintf(stderr,"End of animation sequence\n");
    }
#endif
}

#if 0
/* use  #if 1  that's just for debugging */
void
PNG_show_current_palette()
{
    int i;

    fprintf(stderr, "*****\n SHOW THE PALETTE! total=%i\n",
	    gdImageColorsTotal(png_state.image));
    for (i=0; i < gdImageColorsTotal(png_state.image); i++) {
	/* Use access macros to learn colors. */
	fprintf(stderr, "%i\tr=%d\t g=%d\tb=%d\n",
		i,
		gdImageRed(png_state.image,i),
		gdImageGreen(png_state.image,i),
		gdImageBlue(png_state.image,i));
    }
}
#endif

/*
How this works: Gray interval [0;1] will be mapped to interval
[0;sm_palette.colors-1] those r,g,b components are mapped by the array
below palette.offset equals 0 since png_smooth_color[0..colors] are
from ColorAllocate
*/
static int png_smooth_color[gdMaxColors];

  /* TODO: how to recover from a multiplot with two colour pm3d maps?
     They must use the same palette! Or palette size must be
     restricted to certain number of colours---a new user's option
  */

TERM_PUBLIC int PNG_make_palette (t_sm_palette *palette)
{
    int i;
    if (palette == NULL) {
	/* If the output format is TrueColor there in no color limit */
	if (png_state.TrueColor)
	    return(0);

	/* return maximal number of colours in a PNG palette */
	i = gdMaxColors /*256*/ - gdImageColorsTotal(png_state.image);
	/* the latter is the number of currently allocated colours. We want
	   to allocate the rest */
	/*BACK PLEASE  fprintf(stderr,"colors in PNG palette=%i\n",(int)gdMaxColors); */
	if (i == 0) {
	    i = (sm_palette.colors <= 0) ? -1 : sm_palette.colors;
	        /* (no more colorus) : (previous palette (obviously multiplot mode)) */
	}
	return i;
    }
    if (0 == gdMaxColors /*256*/ - gdImageColorsTotal(png_state.image))
	return 0; /* reuse previous palette (without warning) */
    for (i = 0; i < sm_palette.colors; i++) {
	png_smooth_color[i] = gdImageColorAllocate(png_state.image,
	    (int)( palette->color[i].r * 255 + 0.5 ), /* r,g,b values for png */
	    (int)( palette->color[i].g * 255 + 0.5 ), /* terminal are [0;255] */
	    (int)( palette->color[i].b * 255 + 0.5 ) );
    }
    return 0;
}


TERM_PUBLIC
void PNG_set_color (t_colorspec *colorspec)
{
    double gray = colorspec->value;
    int save;

    switch (colorspec->type) {

    case TC_LT:
	save = png_state.linetype;
	PNG_linetype(colorspec->lt);
	png_state.linetype = save;
	break;

    case TC_RGB:
	png_state.rgb = colorspec->lt;
	if (png_state.TrueColor)
	    png_state.color = gdImageColorExactAlpha(png_state.image, 
		(colorspec->lt >> 16) & 0xff,
		(colorspec->lt >> 8) & 0xff, 
		 colorspec->lt & 0xff,
		(colorspec->lt >> 25) & 0x7f);
	else
	    png_state.color = gdImageColorResolve(png_state.image,
		(colorspec->lt >> 16) & 0xff,
		(colorspec->lt >> 8) & 0xff, 
		colorspec->lt & 0xff);
	break;

    case TC_FRAC:
	if (png_state.TrueColor) {
	    rgb255_color color;
	    rgb255maxcolors_from_gray(gray, &color);
	    png_state.color = gdImageColorResolve(png_state.image,
		(int)color.r, (int)color.g, (int)color.b);
	    png_state.rgb = (color.r << 16) + (color.g << 8) +color.b;
	    return;
	} else {
	    int png_color = (gray <= 0) ? 0 : (int)(gray * sm_palette.colors);
	    if (png_color >= sm_palette.colors)
		png_color = sm_palette.colors - 1;
	    /* map [0;1] to interval [0;png_smooth_colors-1] */
	    png_state.color = png_smooth_color[ png_color ];
	}
	break;

    default:
	break;
    }

    /* This is correct, but currently the resulting gdAntiAliased is not used */
    gdImageSetAntiAliased(png_state.image, png_state.color);
}

TERM_PUBLIC
void PNG_filled_polygon(int points, gpiPoint *corners)
{
    int i;
    int fillpar = corners->style >> 4;
    int color = png_state.color;
    
    /* since gpiPoint carries more than just x and y if
     * we have EXTENDED_COLOR_SPECS defined, we need to
     * copy it to the gdPointPtr struct; make it static
     * so that is faster (joze) */
    static gdPointPtr gd_corners = (gdPointPtr) 0;
    static unsigned int size = 0;
    if (points > size) {
	size = points;
	gd_corners = gp_realloc(gd_corners, sizeof(gdPoint) * size,
	    "PNG_filled_polygon->gd_corners");
    }
    for (i = 0; i < points; i++) {
	gd_corners[i].x = corners[i].x;
	gd_corners[i].y = Y(corners[i].y);
    }

    switch (corners->style & 0xf) {
	case FS_EMPTY: /* fill with background color */
	    color = png_state.color_table[0];
	    break;
	case FS_SOLID: /* solid fill */
	    color = PNG_FillSolid(fillpar);
	    break;
	case FS_TRANSPARENT_SOLID:
	    if (png_state.TrueColor)
		color = PNG_FillTransparent(fillpar);
	    else
		color = PNG_FillSolid(fillpar);
	    break;
	case FS_PATTERN: /* pattern fill */
	case FS_TRANSPARENT_PATTERN:
	    color = PNG_FillPattern(corners->style);
	    break;
	default:
	    color = png_state.color;
	    break;
    }

    gdImageFilledPolygon(png_state.image, gd_corners, points, color);
}

/*
 * This function is used for filledboxes
 * style parameter is some garbled hash combining fillstyle and filldensity
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_boxfill(
    int style,
    unsigned int x, unsigned int y,
    unsigned int width, unsigned int height)
{
    unsigned int x1, y1, x2, y2;
    int          color;

    /* fillpar:
     * - solid   : 0 - 100
     * - pattern : 0 - 100
     */
    int fillpar = style >> 4;

    switch (style & 0xf) {
	case FS_EMPTY: /* fill with background color */
	    color = png_state.color_table[0];
	    break;
	case FS_SOLID: /* solid fill */
	    color = PNG_FillSolid(fillpar);
	    break;
	case FS_TRANSPARENT_SOLID:
	    if (png_state.TrueColor)
		color = PNG_FillTransparent(fillpar);
	    else
		color = PNG_FillSolid(fillpar);
	    break;
	case FS_PATTERN: /* pattern fill */
	case FS_TRANSPARENT_PATTERN:
	    color = PNG_FillPattern(style);
	    break;
	default:
	    /* should never happen */
	    color = png_state.color;
	    break;
    }

    x1 = x;
    x2 = x + width - 1;
    y2 = Y(y);
    y1 = y2 - height + 1;
    gdImageFilledRectangle(png_state.image, x1, y1, x2, y2, color);
}

/*
 * _graphics()  Called just before a plot is going to be displayed.  This
 * procedure should set the device into graphics mode.  Devices which can't
 * be used as terminals (like plotters) will probably be in graphics mode
 * always and therefore won't need this.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_graphics()
{
    int i;
    unsigned int rgb;
 
    for (i = png_state.n_colors; i < GD_DEFINED_COLORS; i++)
	png_state.rgb_table[i] = pm3d_color_names_tbl[i].value;
    if (png_state.n_colors < GD_DEFINED_COLORS)
	png_state.n_colors = GD_DEFINED_COLORS;

    /* TrueColor images default to a black background; load white instead.	*/
    /* If PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT, store the background alpha in the output file	*/
    /* but apply alpha for the rest of the image internally. Otherwise you	*/
    /* see only background through the topmost transparent layer.		*/
    if (png_state.TrueColor) {
        unsigned int brgb = png_state.rgb_table[0];
	png_state.image = gdImageCreateTrueColor(PNG_XMAX, PNG_YMAX);
	if (!png_state.image)
	    int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create output image structure");
	if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT) {
	    rgb = gdImageColorAllocateAlpha(png_state.image,
		(brgb >> 16) & 0xff, (brgb >> 8) & 0xff, brgb & 0xff, 127);
	    gdImageSaveAlpha(png_state.image, 1);
	    gdImageAlphaBlending(png_state.image, 0);
	} else {
	    rgb = gdImageColorAllocate(png_state.image,
		(brgb >> 16) & 0xff, (brgb >> 8) & 0xff, brgb & 0xff);
	}
	gdImageFill(png_state.image, 1, 1, rgb);
	gdImageAlphaBlending(png_state.image, 1);

    } else
	png_state.image = gdImageCreate(PNG_XMAX, PNG_YMAX);
    if (!png_state.image)
	int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create output image structure");

    png_state.height = PNG_YMAX - 1;
    png_state.charw = term->h_char;	/* png_state.font->w; */
    png_state.charh = term->v_char;	/* png_state.font->h; */
    png_state.font = png_state.default_font;
    png_state.color = 0;

    for (i = 0; i < png_state.n_colors; i++) {
	rgb = png_state.rgb_table[i];
	png_state.color_table[i] =
	    gdImageColorAllocate(png_state.image, (rgb >> 16) & 0xff,
				 (rgb >> 8) & 0xff, rgb & 0xff);
    }
    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT)
	gdImageColorTransparent(png_state.image, png_state.color_table[0]);
    else
	gdImageColorTransparent(png_state.image, -1);

}

/*
 * _text()  Called immediately after a plot is displayed.  This procedure
 * should set the device back into text mode if it is also a terminal, so
 * that commands can be seen as they're typed.  Again, this will probably
 * do nothing if the device can't be used as a terminal.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_text()
{
    image_do_crop();
    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_INTERLACE)
	gdImageInterlace(png_state.image, 1);
    gdImagePng(png_state.image, gpoutfile);
    gdImageDestroy(png_state.image);
}

/* _move(x,y)  Called at the start of a line.  The cursor should move to the
 * (x,y) position without drawing.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_move(unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
{
    png_state.x = x;
    png_state.y = y;
}

/* _vector(x,y)  Called when a line is to be drawn.  This should display a line
 * from the last (x,y) position given by _move() or _vector() to this new (x,y)
 * position.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_vector(unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
{
    int lw = png_state.linewidth;

    /* This terminal does not support dashed lines in general, but does   */
    /* render LT_AXIS as a dotted line, used for zeroaxis and grid lines. */
    /* Nov 2014 - rewritten using the algorithm from the canvas terminal. */
    /* FIXME: should either fix this up the rest of the way to support    */
    /* general dash patterns or simplify it back for dotted lines only.   */
    if (png_state.linetype == LT_AXIS) {
	static int last_lw = -1;
	static int last_color = -1;
	static double dashpattern[4] = {0.1, 0.5, 0.6, 1.0};
	static double dashfraction = 0.0;	/* Where in the pattern we left off */

	int delx = (int)x - png_state.x;
	int dely = (int)y - png_state.y;
	double stride = sqrt(delx*delx + dely*dely) / (8. * PNG_dashlength_factor * lw);

	int new_x, new_y, i;
	double this_step;

	/* Adjust the style when linewidth or color has changed. */
	if (lw != last_lw || last_color != png_state.color) {
	    PNG_init_brush(lw);
	    gdImageSetBrush(png_state.image, PNG_brush[lw]->im);
	    last_lw = lw;
	    last_color = png_state.color;
	}

	while (stride > 0) {
	    for (i=0; dashpattern[i] <= dashfraction; i++);
	    this_step = dashpattern[i] - dashfraction;
	    if (stride > this_step) {
		new_x = png_state.x + (int)(0.5 + delx * this_step / stride);
		new_y = png_state.y + (int)(0.5 + dely * this_step / stride);
		stride -= this_step;
		dashfraction = dashpattern[i];
		delx = x - new_x;
		dely = y - new_y;
	    } else {
		new_x = x;
		new_y = y;
		dashfraction += stride;
		stride = 0;
	    }
	    if (i%2 == 0) {
		/* dashes are fine for thin lines, but true dots look better */
		/* when the line is thick.			             */
		if (lw > 2) {
		    if (dashfraction >= dashpattern[0])
		    gdImageFilledArc(png_state.image, new_x, Y(new_y),
				2 * lw, 2 * lw,
			 	0, 360, png_state.color, gdArc);
		} else {
		    gdImageLine(png_state.image, png_state.x, Y(png_state.y),
				new_x, Y(new_y), gdBrushed );
		}
	    }
	    png_state.x = new_x;
	    png_state.y = new_y;
	    if (dashfraction >= 1.0)
		dashfraction = 0.0;
	}

    /* All other (not dashed) vectors */
    } else {
	if (png_state.linewidth == 1) {
#if defined(gdAntiAliased) 
	    gdImageSetThickness(png_state.image,1);
	    gdImageSetAntiAliased(png_state.image, png_state.color);
	    gdImageLine(png_state.image, png_state.x, Y(png_state.y),
			x, Y(y), gdAntiAliased);
#else
	    gdImageLine(png_state.image, png_state.x, Y(png_state.y),
			x, Y(y), png_state.color);
#endif

	} else if (png_state.capbutt){

	    gdImageSetThickness(png_state.image,png_state.linewidth);
	    gdImageLine(png_state.image, png_state.x, Y(png_state.y),
			x, Y(y), png_state.color);

	} else {
	    /* EAM - Implement linewidth by using a brush */
	    PNG_init_brush(lw);
	    gdImageSetBrush(png_state.image, PNG_brush[lw]->im);
	    gdImageLine(png_state.image, png_state.x, Y(png_state.y),
			x, Y(y), gdBrushed );
	}
    }

    png_state.x = x;
    png_state.y = y;
}

/* _linetype(lt)  Called to set the line type before text is displayed or
 * line(s) plotted.
 * Negative linetypes are defined in gadgets.h
 * lt 0 and upwards are used for plots 0 and upwards.
 * If _linetype() is called with lt greater than the available line types,
 * it should map it to one of the available line types.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_linetype(int type)
{
    if (type >= (png_state.n_colors - 3))
	type %= (png_state.n_colors - 3);
    if (type <= LT_BACKGROUND) /* LT_NODRAW, LT_BACKGROUND, LT_UNDEFINED */
	type = -3;	/* Draw in background color */

    png_state.color = png_state.color_table[type + 3];
    png_state.rgb = png_state.rgb_table[type + 3];
    png_state.linetype = type;
}

/* Use the "brush" tools in the gd library to control line width.
 * Pre-define brushes for linewidths 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (1 doesn't need a brush!).
 * Here we just remember the state.
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_linewidth(double linewidth)
{
    png_state.linewidth = (int)(PNG_linewidth_factor * linewidth+0.49);
    if (png_state.linewidth > MAXLINEWIDTH) png_state.linewidth = MAXLINEWIDTH;
    if (png_state.linewidth < 1) png_state.linewidth = 1;
}

/* _put_text(x,y,str)  Called to display text at the (x,y) position,
 * while in graphics mode.   The text should be vertically (with respect
 * to the text) justified about (x,y).  The text is rotated according
 * to _text_angle and then horizontally (with respect to the text)
 * justified according to _justify_text.
 */
#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_put_text(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, const char *string)
{
    /* Mar 2011 - added to handle SJIS/UTF8 conversion */
    if (contains8bit(string)) {
	gd_iconv((char **)(&string));
    }

    if (png_state.ttffont) {
	int brect[8]; char *err;
	/* Draw once with a NULL image to get the bounding rectangle */
	/* then draw it again, centered.                             */
	err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, brect, png_state.color,
			png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
			(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2 / 90. ,
			x, Y(y), (char *)string);
	if (err) {
	    fprintf(stderr,"gdImageStringFT: %s while printing string %s with font %s\n",
		err,string,png_state.ttffont);
	} else {
	    x += sin((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * (double)png_state.charh/4.;
	    y -= cos((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * (double)png_state.charh/4.;
	    switch (png_state.justify) {
		case RIGHT:
				x -= (brect[2]-brect[0]);
				y += (brect[3]-brect[1]);
				break;
		case CENTRE:
				x -= (brect[2]-brect[0]) / 2.;
				y += (brect[3]-brect[1]) / 2.;
				break;
		case LEFT:
		default:	break;
	    }
	    err = gdImageStringFT(png_state.image, brect, png_state.color,
			png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
			(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2 / 90.,
			x, Y(y), (char *)string);
	    if (err)
		fprintf(stderr,"gdImageStringFT: %s while printing string %s with font %s\n",
		    err,string,png_state.ttffont);

#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
	    if (!ENHgd_sizeonly) {
		int xmax = GPMAX(brect[2],brect[6]);
		int xmin = GPMIN(brect[0],brect[4]);
		int ymax = GPMIN(brect[1],brect[3]);
		int ymin = GPMAX(brect[5],brect[7]);
		if (xmin < bounding_box[0]) bounding_box[0] = xmin;
		if (xmax > bounding_box[2]) bounding_box[2] = xmax;
		if (ymin < bounding_box[1]) bounding_box[1] = ymin;
		if (ymax > bounding_box[3]) bounding_box[3] = ymax;
	    }
#endif

	}
    } else if (png_state.angle != 0) {
	x -= png_state.charh / 2;
	switch (png_state.justify) {
	    case RIGHT:	y -= png_state.charw * strlen(string);
			break;
	    case CENTRE:y -= png_state.charw * strlen(string) / 2;
			break;
	    case LEFT:
	    default:	break;
	}
	gdImageStringUp(png_state.image, png_state.font,
			x, Y(y),
			(unsigned char *)string, png_state.color);
    } else {
	y += png_state.charh / 2;
	switch (png_state.justify) {
	    case RIGHT:	x -= png_state.charw * strlen(string);
			break;
	    case CENTRE:x -= png_state.charw * strlen(string) / 2;
			break;
	    case LEFT:
	    default:	break;
	}
	gdImageString(png_state.image, png_state.font,
		      x, Y(y),
		      (unsigned char *)string, png_state.color);
    }

}

#else  /* not HAVE_GD_TTF */

TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_put_text(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, const char *string)
{
    if (png_state.angle == 0) {
	y += png_state.charh / 2;
	gdImageString(png_state.image, png_state.font,
		      x, Y(y),
		      (unsigned char *)string, png_state.color);
    } else {
	x -= png_state.charh / 2;
	gdImageStringUp(png_state.image, png_state.font,
			x, Y(y),
			(unsigned char *)string, png_state.color);
    }
}

#endif /* HAVE_GD_TTF */


TERM_PUBLIC int
PNG_text_angle(int ang)
{
    while (ang < -180) ang += 360;	/* Should not be needed, but reported to */
    while (ang > 180) ang -= 360;	/* avoid a bug in some libgd versions    */
    png_state.angle = ang;
    return TRUE;
}

TERM_PUBLIC int
PNG_justify_text(enum JUSTIFY mode)
{
#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
    png_state.justify = mode;
    return TRUE;
#else
    return null_justify_text(mode);
#endif
}

TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_point(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, int number)
{
    int save_color = png_state.color;

    if (number < 0) { /* Dot */
	gdImageSetPixel(png_state.image, x, Y(y), png_state.color);
	return;
    }
    /* Use current linewidth to draw the point symbol */
    if (png_state.linewidth > 1) {
	/* EAM - Implement linewidth by using a brush */
	int lw   = png_state.linewidth;
	PNG_init_brush(lw);
	gdImageSetBrush(png_state.image, PNG_brush[lw]->im);
	png_state.color = gdBrushed;
    }

    y = Y(y);

    switch (number % 13) {
    case 0: /* plus */
    default:
	PNG_PointPlus(x, y);
	break;
    case 1: /* X */
	PNG_PointX(x, y);
	break;
    case 2: /* star */
	PNG_PointPlus(x, y);
	PNG_PointX(x, y);
	break;
    case 3: /* box */
	gdImageRectangle(png_state.image, x - PNG_ps, y - PNG_ps,
			 x + PNG_ps, y + PNG_ps, png_state.color);
	break;
    case 4: /* box                   filled */
	gdImageFilledRectangle(png_state.image, x - PNG_ps, y - PNG_ps,
			       x + PNG_ps, y + PNG_ps, png_state.color);
	break;
    case 5: /* circle */
	gdImageArc(png_state.image, x, y, 2 * PNG_ps, 2 * PNG_ps,
		   0, 360, png_state.color);
	break;
    case 6: /* circle (disk)         filled */
	gdImageFilledArc(png_state.image, x, y, 2 * PNG_ps, 2 * PNG_ps,
		   0, 360, png_state.color, gdArc);
	break;
    case 7: /* triangle */
	PNG_Triangle(x, y, 1, gp_gdImagePolygon);
	break;
    case 8: /* triangle              filled */
	PNG_Triangle(x, y, 1, gp_gdImageFilledPolygon);
	break;
    case 9: /* upside down triangle */
	PNG_Triangle(x, y, -1, gp_gdImagePolygon);
	break;
    case 10: /* upside down triangle  filled */
	PNG_Triangle(x, y, -1, gp_gdImageFilledPolygon);
	break;
    case 11: /* diamond */
	PNG_Diamond(x, y, gp_gdImagePolygon);
	break;
    case 12: /* diamond               filled */
	PNG_Diamond(x, y, gp_gdImageFilledPolygon);
	break;
    }

    png_state.color = save_color;
}

TERM_PUBLIC int
PNG_set_font(const char *fontname)
{
    int  sep;
    int  size;
    gdFontPtr font = png_state.default_font;
    char *name = gp_strdup(fontname);

    sep = strcspn(fontname,",");
    strncpy(name,fontname,sep);
    name[sep] = '\0';
    if ((sscanf(&(fontname[sep+1]),"%d",&size) < 1)
    || !(size > 0))
	size = png_state.default_ttfsize;

    if (!strcmp(name,"small"))
	font = gdFontGetSmall();
    else if (!strcmp(name,"medium"))
	font = gdFontGetMediumBold();
    else if (!strcmp(name,"large"))
	font = gdFontGetLarge();
    else if (!strcmp(name,"giant"))
	font = gdFontGetGiant();
    else if (!strcmp(name,"tiny"))
	font = gdFontGetTiny();
    else if (*name) {
	/* New ttf font */
	free(png_state.ttffont);
	png_state.ttffont = gp_strdup(name);
	png_state.ttfsize = size;
    } else {
	/* Restore initial default font */
	free(png_state.ttffont);
	png_state.ttffont = gp_strdup(png_state.default_ttffont);
	png_state.ttfsize = size;
    }
    free(name);

    png_state.font  = font;
    png_state.charw = font->w;
    png_state.charh = font->h;

/* EAM 9-Feb-2003 Make new font size visible to higher level routines like write_multiline */
    term->h_char = font->w;
    term->v_char = font->h;
#ifdef HAVE_GD_TTF
    /* Find approximate character width and height of selected TTF font */
    if (png_state.ttffont) {
	int brect[8];
	char *err;
        /* First try the old GDFONTPATH mechanism for locating fonts */
	(void)gdUseFontConfig(0);
	err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
		png_state.ttffont, (double)png_state.ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
		0.0, 0, 0, "f00000000g");
	/* If that didn't work, try again using fontconfig mechanism */
	if (err && gdUseFontConfig(1)) {
	    FPRINTF((stderr,"DEBUG1: gd.trm:3: gdUseFontConfig(1) (%s)\n",
		    png_state.ttffont));
	    err = gdImageStringFT(NULL, &brect[0], 0,
		png_state.ttffont, 
		(double)png_state.default_ttfsize*png_state.fontscale,
		0.0, 0, 0, "f00000000g");
	}
	if (!err) {
	    term->h_char = .11 * (float)(brect[2] - brect[0]) + 0.5;
	    term->v_char = 1.1 * (float)(brect[1] - brect[7]) + 0.5;
	}
    }
#endif

    return TRUE;
}

TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_pointsize(double ptsize)
{
    if (ptsize < 0)
	ptsize = 1;
    PNG_ps = (int)(((double)PNG_POINT_SCALE * ptsize) + 0.5);
}

/*
 * Ethan A Merritt November 2003
 *	- Support for enhanced text mode
 * BUGS:
 *	- placement of overprinted characters is not correct;
 *	  the overprinted text (pass 2) should be centered, not left-justified
 * PROBLEMS:
 *	- the Symbol font encoding didn't work in libgd until 2.0.21
 * 	- Placement of superscripts and subscripts relies on information
 * 	  in the font description that is not always reliable
 *	- the TTF character encoding for non-keyboard characters does
 *	  not always match the PostScript standard.
 *	- Spacing of rotated text is incorrect; I believe this is a due
 *	  to a problem in the text rotation code (aspect ratio??).
 */

static TBOOLEAN ENHgd_opened_string;

/* used in determining height of processed text */
static float ENHgd_base;

/* use these so that we don't over-write the current font settings in png_state */
static double  ENHgd_fontsize;
static char   *ENHgd_font;

static int ENHgd_overprint = 0;
static TBOOLEAN ENHgd_widthflag = TRUE;
static unsigned int ENHgd_xsave, ENHgd_ysave;

TERM_PUBLIC void
ENHGD_OPEN(
    char *fontname,
    double fontsize, double base,
    TBOOLEAN widthflag,
    TBOOLEAN showflag,
    int overprint)
{
    /* If the overprint code requests a save or restore, that's all we do */
    if (overprint == 3) {
	ENHgd_xsave = png_state.x;
	ENHgd_ysave = png_state.y;
	return;
    } else if (overprint == 4) {
	PNG_move(ENHgd_xsave, ENHgd_ysave);
	return;
    }

    if (!ENHgd_opened_string) {
	ENHgd_opened_string = TRUE;
	enhanced_cur_text = &enhanced_text[0];
	ENHgd_font = fontname;
	ENHgd_fontsize = fontsize;
	ENHgd_base = base;
	ENHgd_show = showflag;
	ENHgd_overprint = overprint;
	ENHgd_widthflag = widthflag;
    }
}

/* Write a string fragment and update the current position */
TERM_PUBLIC void
ENHGD_FLUSH()
{
    int brect[8]; char *err;
    unsigned int x, y;
    char *fragment = enhanced_text;

    if (!ENHgd_opened_string)
	return;

    ENHgd_opened_string = FALSE;
    *enhanced_cur_text = '\0';

    /* Mar 2011 - added to handle SJIS/UTF8 conversion */
    if (contains8bit(fragment)) {
	gd_iconv(&fragment);
    }

    x = png_state.x;
    y = png_state.y;
    x -= sin((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * ENHgd_base;
    y += cos((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * ENHgd_base;
    x += sin((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * (double)png_state.charh/4.;
    y -= cos((double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.) * (double)png_state.charh/4.;

    /* First try the old GDFONTPATH mechanism for locating fonts */
    (void)gdUseFontConfig(0);
#ifdef gdFTEX_Adobe_Custom
    /* libgd defaults to UTF-8 encodings. We have limited options for	*/
    /* over-riding this, but we can try					*/
    if (encoding != S_ENC_UTF8 && ENHgd_font && !strcmp(ENHgd_font,"Symbol")) {
	PNG_FONT_INFO.flags |= gdFTEX_CHARMAP;
	PNG_FONT_INFO.charmap = gdFTEX_Adobe_Custom;
    } else {
	PNG_FONT_INFO.flags &= ~gdFTEX_CHARMAP;
	PNG_FONT_INFO.charmap = 0;   /* gdFTEX_Adobe_Custom */
    }
    err = gdImageStringFTEx(
		(ENHgd_show && !ENHgd_sizeonly) ? png_state.image : NULL,
		brect, png_state.color,
		ENHgd_font, ENHgd_fontsize,
		(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.,
		x, Y(y), fragment, &PNG_FONT_INFO);
    if (err && gdUseFontConfig(1)) {
	err = gdImageStringFTEx(
		(ENHgd_show && !ENHgd_sizeonly) ? png_state.image : NULL,
		brect, png_state.color,
		ENHgd_font, ENHgd_fontsize,
		(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.,
		x, Y(y), fragment, &PNG_FONT_INFO);
    }
#else
    err = gdImageStringFT(
		(ENHgd_show && !ENHgd_sizeonly) ? png_state.image : NULL,
		brect, png_state.color,
		ENHgd_font, ENHgd_fontsize,
		(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.,
		x, Y(y), fragment);
    if (err && gdUseFontConfig(1)) {
	err = gdImageStringFT(
		(ENHgd_show && !ENHgd_sizeonly) ? png_state.image : NULL,
		brect, png_state.color,
		ENHgd_font, ENHgd_fontsize,
		(double)png_state.angle * M_PI_2/90.,
		x, Y(y), fragment);
    }
#endif
    if (err) 
	fprintf(stderr,"gdImageStringFT: %s while printing string %s with font %s\n",
	    err,enhanced_text,ENHgd_font);

#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
    if (!ENHgd_sizeonly) {
	int xmax = GPMAX(brect[2],brect[6]);
	int xmin = GPMIN(brect[0],brect[4]);
	int ymax = GPMIN(brect[1],brect[3]);
	int ymin = GPMAX(brect[5],brect[7]);
	if (xmin < bounding_box[0]) bounding_box[0] = xmin;
	if (xmax > bounding_box[2]) bounding_box[2] = xmax;
	if (ymin < bounding_box[1]) bounding_box[1] = ymin;
	if (ymax > bounding_box[3]) bounding_box[3] = ymax;
    }
#endif

    if (ENHgd_overprint == 1) {
	png_state.x += ((brect[2] - brect[0]))/2;
	png_state.y -= (brect[3] - brect[1]);
    } else if (ENHgd_widthflag) {
	png_state.x += (brect[2] - brect[0]);
	png_state.y -= (brect[3] - brect[1]);
    }
}

TERM_PUBLIC void
ENHGD_put_text(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, const char *str)
{
    char *original_string = (char *)str;

    if (ignore_enhanced_text || !png_state.ttffont) {
	PNG_put_text(x,y,str);
	return;
    }

    if (!strlen(str))
	return;

    /* if there are no magic characters, we should just be able
     * punt the string to PNG_put_text()
     */
    if (!strpbrk(str, "{}^_@&~")) {
	/* FIXME: do something to ensure default font is selected */
	PNG_put_text(x,y,str);
	return;
    }

    PNG_move(x,y);

    /* set up the global variables needed by enhanced_recursion() */
    enhanced_fontscale = png_state.fontscale;
    strncpy(enhanced_escape_format,"&#x%2.2x;",sizeof(enhanced_escape_format));

    ENHgd_opened_string = FALSE;
    ENHgd_show = TRUE;
    ENHgd_overprint = 0;

    /* EAM - post.trm wasn't doing this, but how else do they get initialized? */
	ENHgd_font = png_state.ttffont;
	ENHgd_fontsize = png_state.ttfsize;

    /* EAM - Software text justification requires two passes */
    if (png_state.justify == RIGHT || png_state.justify == CENTRE)
	ENHgd_sizeonly = TRUE;

    /* Set the recursion going. We say to keep going until a
     * closing brace, but we don't really expect to find one.
     * If the return value is not the nul-terminator of the
     * string, that can only mean that we did find an unmatched
     * closing brace in the string. We increment past it (else
     * we get stuck in an infinite loop) and try again.
     */
    while (*(str = enhanced_recursion((char *)str, TRUE,
			ENHgd_font, ENHgd_fontsize * png_state.fontscale,
			0.0, TRUE, TRUE, 0))) {
	(term->enhanced_flush)();

	/* I think we can only get here if *str == '}' */
	    enh_err_check(str);

	if (!*++str)
	    break; /* end of string */

	/* else carry on and process the rest of the string */
    }

    /* We can do text justification by running the entire top level string */
    /* through 2 times, with the ENHgd_sizeonly flag set the first time.   */
    /* After seeing where the final position is, we then offset the start  */
    /* point accordingly and run it again without the flag set.            */
    if (png_state.justify == RIGHT || png_state.justify == CENTRE) {
	int justification = png_state.justify;
	int x_offset = png_state.x - x;
	int y_offset = 0;

	if (png_state.angle != 0)
	    y_offset = png_state.y - y;
	png_state.justify = LEFT;
	ENHgd_sizeonly = FALSE;

	if (justification == RIGHT) {
	    ENHGD_put_text(x - x_offset, y - y_offset, original_string);
	} else if (justification == CENTRE) {
	    ENHGD_put_text(x - x_offset/2, y - y_offset/2, original_string);
	}
	png_state.justify = justification;
    }

}

#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
TERM_PUBLIC void
ENHGD_boxed_text(unsigned int x, unsigned int y, int option)
{
    switch (option) {
    case TEXTBOX_INIT:
	/* Initialize bounding box for this text string */
	bounding_box[0] = bounding_box[2] = x;
	bounding_box[1] = bounding_box[3] = Y(y);
	break;
    case TEXTBOX_OUTLINE:
	/* Stroke the outline of the bounding box for previous text */
	gdImageLine(png_state.image,
		bounding_box[0]-bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[1]-bounding_ymargin,
	 	bounding_box[0]-bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[3]+bounding_ymargin,
		png_state.color);
	gdImageLine(png_state.image,
		bounding_box[0]-bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[3]+bounding_ymargin,
		bounding_box[2]+bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[3]+bounding_ymargin,
		png_state.color);
	gdImageLine(png_state.image,
		bounding_box[2]+bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[3]+bounding_ymargin,
		bounding_box[2]+bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[1]-bounding_ymargin,
		png_state.color);
	gdImageLine(png_state.image,
		bounding_box[2]+bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[1]-bounding_ymargin,
		bounding_box[0]-bounding_xmargin, bounding_box[1]-bounding_ymargin,
		png_state.color);
	break;
    case TEXTBOX_BACKGROUNDFILL:
	/* Fill the box with background color. FIXME - other colors? */
	gdImageFilledRectangle(png_state.image,
		bounding_box[0] - bounding_xmargin,
		bounding_box[1] - bounding_ymargin,
		bounding_box[2] + bounding_xmargin,
		bounding_box[3] + bounding_ymargin,
		png_state.color_table[0]);
	break;
    case TEXTBOX_MARGINS:
	/* Change the text margins */
	bounding_xmargin = GD_TEXTBOX_MARGIN * (double)x / 100.;
	bounding_ymargin = GD_TEXTBOX_MARGIN * (double)y / 100.;
	break;
    default:
    	break;
    }
}
#endif



#undef gdfont

TERM_PUBLIC void
PNG_image (unsigned int M, unsigned int N, coordval * image, gpiPoint * corner, t_imagecolor color_mode)
{
    int m, n, mout, nout;
    int x1,y1,x2,y2;
    int xclip1, xclip2, yclip1, yclip2;
    int pixel;
    gdImagePtr im;

    if (png_state.TrueColor) {
	im = gdImageCreateTrueColor(M, N);
	if (!im)
	    int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create image structure");
    } else {
	im = gdImageCreate(M, N);
	if (!im)
	    int_error(NO_CARET,"libgd: failed to create image structure");
	gdImagePaletteCopy(im, png_state.image);
    }

    /* Set clipping bound for area into which we will copy */
    xclip1 = GPMIN(corner[2].x, corner[3].x);
    xclip2 = GPMAX(corner[2].x, corner[3].x);
    yclip1 = GPMIN(Y(corner[2].y), Y(corner[3].y));
    yclip2 = GPMAX(Y(corner[2].y), Y(corner[3].y));
    gdImageGetClip(png_state.image, &x1, &y1, &x2, &y2);
    gdImageSetClip(png_state.image, xclip1, yclip1, xclip2, yclip2);

    /* Initialize image area with current contents of plot. */
    mout = abs( (int)corner[1].x - (int)corner[0].x );
    nout = abs( (int)corner[1].y - (int)corner[0].y );

    if (color_mode == IC_RGBA) {
	/* RGB + Alpha channel
	 * Resize explicitly in a loop rather than calling a library
	 * routine in order not to apply the alpha correction more than
	 * once when building up any given output pixel.
	 */
	for (n=0; n<nout; n++) {
	for (m=0; m<mout; m++) {
	    rgb_color rgb1;
	    rgb255_color rgb255;
	    int alpha;
	    int msrc = (m*(long)(M-1))/(mout-1);
	    int nsrc = (n*(long)(N-1))/(nout-1);
	    coordval *cval = image + 4*(M*nsrc + msrc);
	    rgb1.r = *cval++;
	    rgb1.g = *cval++;
	    rgb1.b = *cval++;
	    alpha  = *cval++;
	    alpha  = 127 - (alpha>>1);	/* input is [0:255] but gd wants [127:0] */
	    rgb255_from_rgb1( rgb1, &rgb255 );
	    pixel = gdImageColorResolveAlpha( png_state.image,
		(int)rgb255.r, (int)rgb255.g, (int)rgb255.b, alpha);
	    gdImageSetPixel( png_state.image, m + corner[0].x, n + Y(corner[0].y), pixel );
	}
	}

    } else if (color_mode == IC_RGB) {
	/* TrueColor 24-bit color mode */
	for (n=0; n<N; n++) {
	for (m=0; m<M; m++) {
	    rgb_color rgb1;
	    rgb255_color rgb255;
	    rgb1.r = *image++;
	    rgb1.g = *image++;
	    rgb1.b = *image++;
	    rgb255_from_rgb1( rgb1, &rgb255 );
	    pixel = gdImageColorResolve( im, 
		(int)rgb255.r, (int)rgb255.g, (int)rgb255.b );
	    gdImageSetPixel( im, m, n, pixel );
	}
	}

    } else if (color_mode == IC_PALETTE) {
	/* Palette color lookup from gray value */
	for (n=0; n<N; n++) {
	for (m=0; m<M; m++) {
	    rgb255_color rgb;
	    if (isnan(*image)) {
		/* Transparent would be even better */
		pixel = png_state.color_table[0];
		image++;
	    } else {
		rgb255maxcolors_from_gray( *image++, &rgb );
		pixel = gdImageColorResolve( im,
		    (int)rgb.r, (int)rgb.g, (int)rgb.b );
	    }
	    gdImageSetPixel( im, m, n, pixel );
	}
	}
    }

    /* Copy and resize onto requested region of plot */
    if (color_mode != IC_RGBA)
	gdImageCopyResized(png_state.image, im,
		(corner[0].x), Y(corner[0].y),	/* Destination X, Y */
		0, 0, 				/* Source X, Y */
		mout, nout,			/* Destination Width, Height */
		M, N				/* Source Width, Height */
		);
    gdImageDestroy(im);

    /* Restore previous clipping, if any */
    gdImageSetClip(png_state.image, x1, y1, x2, y2);

}


/* Mar 2011 - shige takeno
 * libgd can be built to prefer UTF-8 or SJIS encoding for Japanese.
 * If it wants SJIS and we are currently in UTF8, convert.
 * If it wants UTF8 and we are currently in SJIS, convert.
 */
static void
gd_iconv(char **string)
{
#ifdef HAVE_ICONV
    size_t len1 = strlen(*string)+1;
    size_t len2;
    iconv_t cd;
    char *stmp;

    /* We will return this to the caller and free it next time */
    static char *iconv_string = NULL;
    free(iconv_string);
    iconv_string = NULL;

#ifdef JIS_GDLIB
    if (encoding == S_ENC_UTF8) { /* UTF-8 -> Shift_JIS by iconv */
	len2 = len1;
	iconv_string = gp_alloc(len2, "iconv string");
	stmp = iconv_string;
	if ((cd = iconv_open("Shift_JIS", "UTF-8")) == (iconv_t)-1)
	  int_warn(NO_CARET, "iconv_open failed");
	else {
	    if (iconv(cd, (void *)string, &len1, &stmp, &len2) == (size_t)-1)
		int_warn(NO_CARET, "iconv failed");
	    else
		*string = iconv_string;
	    iconv_close(cd);
	}
    }
#else /* ! JIS_GDLIB */
    if (encoding == S_ENC_SJIS) { /* Shift_JIS -> UTF-8 by iconv */
	len2 = len1*3/2+2;
	iconv_string = gp_alloc(len2, "iconv string");
	stmp = iconv_string;
	if ((cd = iconv_open("UTF-8", "Shift_JIS")) == (iconv_t)-1)
	  int_warn(NO_CARET, "iconv_open failed");
	else {
	    if (iconv(cd, (void *)string, &len1, &stmp, &len2) == (size_t)-1)
		int_warn(NO_CARET, "iconv failed");
	    else
		*string = iconv_string;
	    iconv_close(cd);
	}
    }
#endif /* JIS_GDLIB */
#else /* ! HAVE_ICONV */
#ifdef JIS_GDLIB
    if (encoding == S_ENC_UTF8)
	int_warn(NO_CARET,
		 "This gdlib supports Shift_JIS encoding, but not UTF-8.");
#else /* ! JIS_GDLIB */
    if (encoding == S_ENC_SJIS) /* Shift_JIS -> UTF-8 */
	int_warn(NO_CARET,
		 "This gdlib supports UTF-8 encoding, but not Shift_JIS.");
#endif  /* JIS_GDLIB */
#endif /* HAVE_ICONV */
}

#undef MAXLINEWIDTH
#undef Y

#endif /* TERM_BODY */
#ifdef TERM_TABLE

TERM_TABLE_START(png_driver)
    "png", "PNG images using libgd and TrueType fonts",
    GREG_XMAX, GREG_YMAX, PNG_VCHAR, PNG_HCHAR,
    PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_options, PNG_init, PNG_reset,
    PNG_text, null_scale, PNG_graphics, PNG_move, PNG_vector,
    PNG_linetype, PNG_put_text, PNG_text_angle,
    PNG_justify_text, PNG_point, do_arrow, PNG_set_font,
    PNG_pointsize,
    TERM_CAN_MULTIPLOT|TERM_BINARY|TERM_LINEWIDTH|TERM_FONTSCALE, /* TERM_ALPHA_CHANNEL only if truecolor */
    0 /*suspend*/, 0 /*resume*/,
    PNG_boxfill /*EAM - fillbox*/,
    PNG_linewidth /*EAM - linewidth*/
#ifdef USE_MOUSE
    , 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 /* no mouse support */
#endif
    , PNG_make_palette,
    0, /* previous_palette() ... no, single array of 256 colours for PNG */
    PNG_set_color,
    PNG_filled_polygon
    , PNG_image
    , ENHGD_OPEN, ENHGD_FLUSH, do_enh_writec
    , NULL		/* layering */
    , NULL		/* path */
    , 0.0		/* tscale */
    , NULL		/* hypertext */
#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
    , ENHGD_boxed_text
#endif
TERM_TABLE_END(png_driver)

#undef LAST_TERM
#define LAST_TERM png_driver

#endif /* TERM_TABLE */
#endif /* TERM_PROTO_ONLY */

#ifndef JPEG_HELP_ONLY
#ifdef TERM_HELP
START_HELP(png)
"1 png",
"?commands set terminal png",
"?set terminal png",
"?set term png",
"?terminal png",
"?term png",
"?png",
" Syntax:",
"       set terminal png ",
"              {{no}enhanced}",
"              {{no}transparent} {{no}interlace}",
"              {{no}truecolor} {rounded|butt}",
"              {linewidth <lw>} {dashlength <dl>}",
"              {tiny | small | medium | large | giant}",
"              {font \"<face> {,<pointsize>}\"} {fontscale <scale>}",
"              {size <x>,<y>} {{no}crop}",
"              {background <rgb_color>}",
"",
" PNG, JPEG and GIF images are created using the external library libgd.",
" PNG plots may be viewed interactively by piping the output to the",
" 'display' program from the ImageMagick package as follows:",
"                set term png",
"                set output '| display png:-'",
" You can view the output from successive plot commands interactively by typing",
" <space> in the display window.  To save the current plot to a file,",
" left click in the display window and choose `save`.",
"",
" `transparent` instructs the driver to make the background color transparent.",
" Default is `notransparent`.",
"",
" `interlace` instructs the driver to generate interlaced PNGs.",
" Default is `nointerlace`.",
"",
" The `linewidth` and `dashlength` options are scaling factors that affect all",
" lines drawn, i.e. they are multiplied by values requested in various drawing",
" commands.",
"",
" By default output png images use 256 indexed colors. The `truecolor` option",
" instead creates TrueColor images with 24 bits of color information per pixel.",
" Transparent fill styles require the `truecolor` option. See `fillstyle`.",
" A transparent background is possible in either indexed or TrueColor images.",
"",
" `butt` instructs the driver to use a line drawing method that does",
" not overshoot the desired end point of a line.  This setting is only",
" applicable for line widths greater than 1.  This setting is most useful when",
" drawing horizontal or vertical lines.  Default is `rounded`.",
"",
" The details of font selection are complicated.",
" Two equivalent simple examples are given below:",
"      set term png font arial 11",
"      set term png font \"arial,11\"",
" For more information please see the separate section under `fonts`.",
"",
" The output plot size <x,y> is given in pixels---it defaults to 640x480.",
" Please see additional information under `canvas` and `set size`.",
" Blank space at the edges of the finished plot may be trimmed using the `crop`",
" option, resulting in a smaller final image size. Default is `nocrop`.",
"",
"2 examples",
"?set term png examples",
"       set terminal png medium size 640,480 background '#ffffff'",
"",
" Use the medium size built-in non-scaleable, non-rotatable font.",
" Use white (24-bit RGB in hexadecimal) for the non-transparent background.",
"",
"       set terminal png font arial 14 size 800,600",
"",
" Searches for a scalable font with face name 'arial' and sets the font",
" size to 14pt.  Please see `fonts` for details of how the font search",
" is done.",
"",
"       set terminal png transparent truecolor enhanced",
"",
" Use 24 bits of color information per pixel, with a transparent background.",
" Use the `enhanced text` mode to control the layout of strings to be printed.",
""
END_HELP(png)
#endif /* TERM_HELP */
#endif /* JPEG_HELP_ONLY */

/*
 * JPEG support comes almost for free.
 * We just piggy-back on the PNG routines, since they both go via libgd
 */
#ifdef HAVE_GD_JPEG

#ifdef TERM_REGISTER
register_term(jpeg)
#endif

#ifdef TERM_PROTO
TERM_PUBLIC void JPEG_text __PROTO((void));
#define GOT_NEXT_PROTO
#endif

#ifndef TERM_PROTO_ONLY

#ifdef TERM_BODY

#include <gd.h>
/*
 * All functions except the final write to file
 * are actually performed by the PNG driver code
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
JPEG_text()
{
int quality = 90;

    image_do_crop();
    if (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_INTERLACE)
	gdImageInterlace(png_state.image, 1);
    gdImageJpeg(png_state.image, gpoutfile, quality);
    gdImageDestroy(png_state.image);
}

#endif /* TERM_BODY */

#ifdef TERM_TABLE

TERM_TABLE_START(jpeg_driver)
    "jpeg", "JPEG images using libgd and TrueType fonts",
    GREG_XMAX, GREG_YMAX, PNG_VCHAR, PNG_HCHAR,
    PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_options, PNG_init, PNG_reset,
    JPEG_text, null_scale, PNG_graphics, PNG_move, PNG_vector,
    PNG_linetype, PNG_put_text, PNG_text_angle,
    PNG_justify_text, PNG_point, do_arrow, PNG_set_font,
    PNG_pointsize,
    TERM_CAN_MULTIPLOT|TERM_BINARY|TERM_ALPHA_CHANNEL|TERM_LINEWIDTH|TERM_FONTSCALE,
    0 /*suspend*/, 0 /*resume*/,
    PNG_boxfill /*EAM - fillbox*/,
    PNG_linewidth /*EAM - linewidth*/
#ifdef USE_MOUSE
    , 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 /* no mouse support */
#endif
    , PNG_make_palette,
    0, /* previous_palette() ... no, single array of 256 colours for PNG */
    PNG_set_color,
    PNG_filled_polygon
    , PNG_image
    , ENHGD_OPEN, ENHGD_FLUSH, do_enh_writec
    , NULL		/* layering */
    , NULL		/* path */
    , 0.0		/* tscale */
    , NULL		/* hypertext */
#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
    , ENHGD_boxed_text
#endif
TERM_TABLE_END(jpeg_driver)

#undef LAST_TERM
#define LAST_TERM jpeg_driver

#endif /* TERM_TABLE */
#endif /* TERM_PROTO_ONLY */

#ifdef TERM_HELP
START_HELP(jpeg)
"1 jpeg",
"?commands set terminal jpeg",
"?set terminal jpeg",
"?set term jpeg",
"?terminal jpeg",
"?term jpeg",
"?jpeg",
" Syntax:",
"       set terminal jpeg ",
"              {{no}enhanced}",
"              {{no}interlace}",
"              {linewidth <lw>} {dashlength <dl>} {rounded|butt}",
"              {tiny | small | medium | large | giant}",
"              {font \"<face> {,<pointsize>}\"} {fontscale <scale>}",
"              {size <x>,<y>} {{no}crop}",
"              {background <rgb_color>}",
"",
" PNG, JPEG and GIF images are created using the external library libgd.",
" In most cases, PNG is to be preferred for single plots, and GIF for",
" animations.  Both are loss-less image formats, and produce better image",
" quality than the lossy JPEG format. This is in particular noticeable",
" for solid color lines against a solid background, i.e. exactly the sort",
" of image typically created by gnuplot.",
"",
" The `interlace` option creates a progressive JPEG image.",
" Default is `nointerlace`.",
"",
" The `linewidth` and `dashlength` options are scaling factors that affect all",
" lines drawn, i.e. they are multiplied by values requested in various drawing",
" commands.",
"",
" `butt` instructs the driver to use a line drawing method that does",
" not overshoot the desired end point of a line.  This setting is only",
" applicable for line widths greater than 1.  This setting is most useful when",
" drawing horizontal or vertical lines.  Default is `rounded`.",
"",
" The details of font selection are complicated.",
" Two equivalent simple examples are given below:",
"      set term jpeg font arial 11",
"      set term jpeg font \"arial,11\"",
" For more information please see the separate section under `fonts`.",
"",
" The output plot size <x,y> is given in pixels---it defaults to 640x480.",
" Please see additional information under `canvas` and `set size`.",
" Blank space at the edges of the finished plot may be trimmed using the `crop`",
" option, resulting in a smaller final image size. Default is `nocrop`.",
""
END_HELP(jpeg)
#endif /* TERM_HELP */
#endif /* HAVE_GD_JPEG */

#ifdef HAVE_GD_GIF
/*
 * GIF support comes almost for free.
 * We just piggy-back on the PNG routines, since they both go via libgd.
 * Required libgd version is 2.0.28 or newer.
 */
#ifdef HAVE_GD_GIF

#ifdef TERM_REGISTER
register_term(gif)
#endif

#ifdef TERM_PROTO
TERM_PUBLIC void GIF_text __PROTO((void));
#define GOT_NEXT_PROTO
#endif

#ifndef TERM_PROTO_ONLY

#ifdef TERM_BODY

#include <gd.h>
/*
 * All functions except the final write to file
 * are actually performed by the PNG driver code
 */
TERM_PUBLIC void
GIF_text()
{
    image_do_crop();

#ifdef GIF_ANIMATION
    if (png_state.animate) {
	/* Note - using a global colormap saves space, but it breaks	*/
	/* if later frames add new colors to the palette.		*/
	if (png_state.frame_count == 0) {
	    gdImageGifAnimBegin(png_state.image, gpoutfile, 
		1, /* Load Global Colormap even if it isn't used */ 
		png_state.loop_count );
	}
	gdImageGifAnimAdd(png_state.image, gpoutfile,
	    png_state.frame_optimization ? 0  /* use global map  */
	                                 : 1, /* use private map */
	    0, 0 /* No offset */,
	    png_state.frame_delay,
	    (png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT)
			? gdDisposalRestorePrevious 
			: gdDisposalNone, 
	    (png_state.frame_optimization && !(png_state.flags & PNG_USE_TRANSPARENT))
	    ? png_state.previous_image : NULL);
	png_state.frame_count++;
	if (png_state.previous_image)
	    gdImageDestroy(png_state.previous_image);
	png_state.previous_image = png_state.image;
	return;
    }
#endif

    gdImageGif(png_state.image, gpoutfile);
    gdImageDestroy(png_state.image);
}

#endif /* TERM_BODY */

#ifdef TERM_TABLE

TERM_TABLE_START(gif_driver)
    "gif", "GIF images using libgd and TrueType fonts",
    GREG_XMAX, GREG_YMAX, PNG_VCHAR, PNG_HCHAR,
    PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_TICSIZE, PNG_options, PNG_init, PNG_reset,
    GIF_text, null_scale, PNG_graphics, PNG_move, PNG_vector,
    PNG_linetype, PNG_put_text, PNG_text_angle,
    PNG_justify_text, PNG_point, do_arrow, PNG_set_font,
    PNG_pointsize,
    TERM_CAN_MULTIPLOT|TERM_BINARY|TERM_LINEWIDTH|TERM_FONTSCALE,
    0 /*suspend*/, 0 /*resume*/,
    PNG_boxfill /*EAM - fillbox*/,
    PNG_linewidth /*EAM - linewidth*/
#ifdef USE_MOUSE
    , 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 /* no mouse support */
#endif
    , PNG_make_palette,
    0, /* previous_palette() ... no, single array of 256 colours for PNG */
    PNG_set_color,
    PNG_filled_polygon
    , PNG_image
    , ENHGD_OPEN, ENHGD_FLUSH, do_enh_writec
    , NULL		/* layering */
    , NULL		/* path */
    , 0.0		/* tscale */
    , NULL		/* hypertext */
#ifdef EAM_BOXED_TEXT
    , ENHGD_boxed_text
#endif
TERM_TABLE_END(gif_driver)

#undef LAST_TERM
#define LAST_TERM gif_driver

#endif /* TERM_TABLE */
#endif /* TERM_PROTO_ONLY */


#ifdef TERM_HELP
START_HELP(gif)
"1 gif",
"?commands set terminal gif",
"?set terminal gif",
"?set term gif",
"?terminal gif",
"?term gif",
"?gif",
" Syntax:",
"       set terminal gif ",
"              {{no}enhanced}",
"              {{no}transparent} {rounded|butt}",
"              {linewidth <lw>} {dashlength <dl>}",
"              {tiny | small | medium | large | giant}",
"              {font \"<face> {,<pointsize>}\"} {fontscale <scale>}",
"              {size <x>,<y>} {{no}crop}",
"              {animate {delay <d>} {loop <n>} {{no}optimize}}",
"              {background <rgb_color>}",
"",
" PNG, JPEG and GIF images are created using the external library libgd.",
" GIF plots may be viewed interactively by piping the output to the",
" 'display' program from the ImageMagick package as follows:",
"                set term gif",
"                set output '| display gif:-'",
" You can view the output from successive plot commands interactively by typing",
" <space> in the display window.  To save the current plot to a file,",
" left click in the display window and choose `save`.",
"",
" `transparent` instructs the driver to make the background color transparent.",
" Default is `notransparent`.",
"",
" The `linewidth` and `dashlength` options are scaling factors that affect all",
" lines drawn, i.e. they are multiplied by values requested in various drawing",
" commands.",
"",
" `butt` instructs the driver to use a line drawing method that does",
" not overshoot the desired end point of a line.  This setting is only",
" applicable for line widths greater than 1.  This setting is most useful when",
" drawing horizontal or vertical lines.  Default is `rounded`.",
"",
" The details of font selection are complicated.",
" Two equivalent simple examples are given below:",
"      set term gif font arial 11",
"      set term gif font \"arial,11\"",
" For more information please see the separate section under `fonts`.",
"",
" The `animate` option is available only if your local gd library supports",
" the creation of animated gifs. The default delay between display of",
" successive images may be specified in units of 1/100 second (default 5).",
" The actual delay may vary depending on the program used as a viewer.",
" Number of animation loops can be specified, default 0 means infinity.",
" An animation sequence is terminated by the next `set output` or `set term`",
" command.  The `optimize` option has two effects on the animation.",
"",
" 1) A single color map is used for the entire animation. This requires",
" that all colors used in any frame of the animation are already",
" defined in the first frame.",
"",
" 2) If possible, only the portions of a frame that differ from the",
" previous frame are stored in the animation file.  This space saving",
" may not be possible if the animation uses transparency.",
"",
" Both of these optimizations are intended to produce a smaller output file,",
" but the decrease in size is probably only significant for long animations",
" or very small frame sizes.",
" The `nooptimize` option turns off both of the effects just described.",
" Each frame is stored in its entirety along with a private color map.",
" Note that it is possible to post-process a non-optimized animation",
" using external utilities, and this post-processing can yield a smaller",
" file than gnuplot's internal optimization mode.",
" The default is `nooptimize`.",
"",
" The output plot size <x,y> is given in pixels---it defaults to 640x480.",
" Please see additional information under `canvas` and `set size`.",
" Blank space at the edges of the finished plot may be trimmed using the `crop`",
" option, resulting in a smaller final image size. Default is `nocrop`.",
"",
"2 examples",
"?set term gif examples",
"       set terminal gif medium size 640,480 background '#ffffff'",
"",
" Use the medium size built-in non-scaleable, non-rotatable font.",
" Use white (24 bit RGB in hexadecimal) for the non-transparent background.",
"",
"       set terminal gif font arial 14 enhanced",
"",
" Searches for a scalable font with face name 'arial' and sets the font",
" size to 14pt.  Please see `fonts` for details of how the font search",
" is done.  Because this is a scalable font, we can use enhanced text mode.",
"",
"       set term gif animate transparent opt delay 10 size 200,200",
"       load \"animate2.dem\"",
"",
" Open the gif terminal for creation of an animated gif file.  The individual",
" frames of the animation sequence are created by the script file animate2.dem",
" from the standard collection of demos.",
""
END_HELP(gif)
#endif /* TERM_HELP */
#endif /* HAVE_GD_GIF */
#endif