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java/awt/GridBagLayout.java

/*
 * @(#)GridBagLayout.java	1.25 01/12/10
 *
 * Copyright 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
 * SUN PROPRIETARY/CONFIDENTIAL. Use is subject to license terms.
 */
package java.awt;

import java.util.Hashtable;
import java.util.Vector;

class GridBagLayoutInfo implements java.io.Serializable {
  int width, height;		/* number of cells horizontally, vertically */
  int startx, starty;		/* starting point for layout */
  int minWidth[];		/* largest minWidth in each column */
  int minHeight[];		/* largest minHeight in each row */
  double weightX[];		/* largest weight in each column */
  double weightY[];		/* largest weight in each row */

  GridBagLayoutInfo () {
    minWidth = new int[GridBagLayout.MAXGRIDSIZE];
    minHeight = new int[GridBagLayout.MAXGRIDSIZE];
    weightX = new double[GridBagLayout.MAXGRIDSIZE];
    weightY = new double[GridBagLayout.MAXGRIDSIZE];
  }
}

/**
 * The <code>GridBagLayout</code> class is a flexible layout 
 * manager that aligns components vertically and horizontally,
 * without requiring that the components be of the same size.
 * Each <code>GridBagLayout</code> object maintains a dynamic 
 * rectangular grid of cells, with each component occupying 
 * one or more cells, called its <em>display area</em>.
 * <p>
 * Each component managed by a grid bag layout is associated 
 * with an instance of 
 * <a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html"><code>GridBagConstraints</code></a> 
 * that specifies how the component is laid out within its display area.
 * <p>
 * How a <code>GridBagLayout</code> object places a set of components
 * depends on the <code>GridBagConstraints</code> object associated 
 * with each component, and on the minimum size 
 * and the preferred size of the components' containers.
 * <p>
 * To use a grid bag layout effectively, you must customize one or more 
 * of the <code>GridBagConstraints</code> objects that are associated 
 * with its components. You customize a <code>GridBagConstraints</code> 
 * object by setting one or more of its instance variables:
 * <p>
 * <dl>
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#gridx"><code>gridx</code></a>,
 * <a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#gridy"><code>gridy</code></a>
 * <dd>Specifies the cell at the upper left of the component's display area,
 * where the upper-left-most cell has address 
 * <code>gridx&nbsp;=&nbsp;0</code>, 
 * <code>gridy&nbsp;=&nbsp;0</code>. 
 * Use <code>GridBagConstraints.RELATIVE</code> (the default value)
 * to specify that the component be just placed
 * just to the right of (for <code>gridx</code>)
 * or just below (for <code>gridy</code>)
 * the component that was added to the container
 * just before this component was added.
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#gridwidth"><code>gridwidth</code></a>,
 * <a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#gridheight"><code>gridheight</code></a>
 * <dd>Specifies the number of cells in a row (for <code>gridwidth</code>)
 * or column (for <code>gridheight</code>)
 * in the component's display area.
 * The default value is 1.
 * Use <code>GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER</code> to specify 
 * that the component be the last one in its row (for <code>gridwidth</code>)
 * or column (for <code>gridheight</code>).
 * Use <code>GridBagConstraints.RELATIVE</code> to specify 
 * that the component be the next to last one
 * in its row (for <code>gridwidth</code>) 
 * or column (for <code>gridheight</code>).
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#fill"><code>fill</code></a>
 * <dd>Used when the component's display area
 * is larger than the component's requested size
 * to determine whether (and how) to resize the component.
 * Possible values are
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.NONE</code> (the default),
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.HORIZONTAL</code> 
 * (make the component wide enough to fill its display area
 * horizontally, but don't change its height),
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.VERTICAL</code> 
 * (make the component tall enough to fill its display area 
 * vertically, but don't change its width), and 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.BOTH</code> 
 * (make the component fill its display area entirely). 
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#ipadx"><code>ipadx</code></a>,
 * <a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#ipady"><code>ipady</code></a>
 * <dd>Specifies the component's internal padding within the layout, 
 * how much to add to the minimum size of the component.
 * The width of the component will be at least its minimum width 
 * plus <code>(ipadx&nbsp;*&nbsp;2)</code> pixels (since the padding 
 * applies to both sides of the component). Similarly, the height of 
 * the component will be at least the minimum height plus 
 * <code>(ipady&nbsp;*&nbsp;2)</code> pixels.
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#insets"><code>insets</code></a>
 * <dd>Specifies the component's external padding, the minimum
 * amount of space between the component and the edges of its display area.
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#anchor"><code>anchor</code></a>
 * <dd>Used when the component is smaller than its display area
 * to determine where (within the display area) to place the component.
 * Valid values are 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.CENTER</code> (the default), 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.NORTH</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.NORTHEAST</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.EAST</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.SOUTHEAST</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.SOUTH</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.SOUTHWEST</code>, 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.WEST</code>, and 
 * <code>GridBagConstraints.NORTHWEST</code>. 
 * <dt><a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#weightx"><code>weightx</code></a>,
 * <a href="java.awt.GridBagConstraints.html#weighty"><code>weighty</code></a>
 * <dd>Used to determine how to distribute space, which is 
 * important for specifying resizing behavior.
 * Unless you specify a weight for at least one component 
 * in a row (<code>weightx</code>) and column (<code>weighty</code>), 
 * all the components clump together in the center of their container.
 * This is because when the weight is zero (the default),
 * the <code>GridBagLayout</code> object puts any extra space 
 * between its grid of cells and the edges of the container.
 * </dl>
 * <p>
 * The following figure shows ten components (all buttons)
 * managed by a grid bag layout:
 * <p>
 * <img src="images-awt/GridBagLayout-1.gif" 
 * ALIGN=center HSPACE=10 VSPACE=7>
 * <p>
 * Each of the ten components has the <code>fill</code> field 
 * of its associated <code>GridBagConstraints</code> object 
 * set to <code>GridBagConstraints.BOTH</code>.
 * In addition, the components have the following non-default constraints:
 * <p>
 * <ul>
 * <li>Button1, Button2, Button3: <code>weightx&nbsp;=&nbsp;1.0</code> 
 * <li>Button4: <code>weightx&nbsp;=&nbsp;1.0</code>, 
 * <code>gridwidth&nbsp;=&nbsp;GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER</code> 
 * <li>Button5: <code>gridwidth&nbsp;=&nbsp;GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER</code> 
 * <li>Button6: <code>gridwidth&nbsp;=&nbsp;GridBagConstraints.RELATIVE</code> 
 * <li>Button7: <code>gridwidth&nbsp;=&nbsp;GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER</code> 
 * <li>Button8: <code>gridheight&nbsp;=&nbsp;2</code>, 
 * <code>weighty&nbsp;=&nbsp;1.0</code> 
 * <li>Button9, Button 10: 
 * <code>gridwidth&nbsp;=&nbsp;GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER</code> 
 * </ul>
 * <p>
 * Here is the code that implements the example shown above:
 * <p>
 * <hr><blockquote><pre>
 * import java.awt.*;
 * import java.util.*;
 * import java.applet.Applet;
 * 
 * public class GridBagEx1 extends Applet {
 * 
 *     protected void makebutton(String name,
 *                               GridBagLayout gridbag,
 *                               GridBagConstraints c) {
 *         Button button = new Button(name);
 *         gridbag.setConstraints(button, c);
 *         add(button);
 *     }
 * 
 *     public void init() {
 *         GridBagLayout gridbag = new GridBagLayout();
 *         GridBagConstraints c = new GridBagConstraints();
 *  
 *         setFont(new Font("Helvetica", Font.PLAIN, 14));
 *         setLayout(gridbag);
 *    
 *         c.fill = GridBagConstraints.BOTH;
 *         c.weightx = 1.0;
 *         makebutton("Button1", gridbag, c);
 *         makebutton("Button2", gridbag, c);
 *         makebutton("Button3", gridbag, c);
 *     
 *     	   c.gridwidth = GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER; //end row
 *         makebutton("Button4", gridbag, c);
 *     
 *         c.weightx = 0.0;		   //reset to the default
 *         makebutton("Button5", gridbag, c); //another row
 *     
 * 	   c.gridwidth = GridBagConstraints.RELATIVE; //next-to-last in row
 *         makebutton("Button6", gridbag, c);
 *     
 * 	   c.gridwidth = GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER; //end row
 *         makebutton("Button7", gridbag, c);
 *     
 * 	   c.gridwidth = 1;	   	   //reset to the default
 * 	   c.gridheight = 2;
 *         c.weighty = 1.0;
 *         makebutton("Button8", gridbag, c);
 *     
 *         c.weighty = 0.0;		   //reset to the default
 * 	   c.gridwidth = GridBagConstraints.REMAINDER; //end row
 * 	   c.gridheight = 1;		   //reset to the default
 *         makebutton("Button9", gridbag, c);
 *         makebutton("Button10", gridbag, c);
 *     
 *         setSize(300, 100);
 *     }
 *     
 *     public static void main(String args[]) {
 * 	   Frame f = new Frame("GridBag Layout Example");
 * 	   GridBagEx1 ex1 = new GridBagEx1();
 *     
 * 	   ex1.init();
 *     
 * 	   f.add("Center", ex1);
 * 	   f.pack();
 * 	   f.setSize(f.getPreferredSize());
 * 	   f.show();
 *     }
 * }
 * </pre></blockquote><hr>
 * <p>
 * @version 1.5, 16 Nov 1995
 * @author Doug Stein
 * @see       java.awt.GridBagConstraints
 * @since     JDK1.0
 */
public class GridBagLayout implements LayoutManager2,
				      java.io.Serializable {

    /**
     * The maximum number of grid positions (both horizontally and 
     * vertically) that can be laid out by the grid bag layout. 
     * @since     JDK1.0
     */
  protected static final int MAXGRIDSIZE = 512;

    /**
     * The smallest grid that can be laid out by the grid bag layout. 
     * @since     JDK1.0
     */
  protected static final int MINSIZE = 1;
  protected static final int PREFERREDSIZE = 2;

  protected Hashtable comptable;
  protected GridBagConstraints defaultConstraints;
  protected GridBagLayoutInfo layoutInfo;

  public int columnWidths[];
  public int rowHeights[];
  public double columnWeights[];
  public double rowWeights[];

  /**
   * Creates a grid bag layout manager.
   * @since       JDK1.0
   */
  public GridBagLayout () {
    comptable = new Hashtable();
    defaultConstraints = new GridBagConstraints();
  }

  /**
   * Sets the constraints for the specified component in this layout.
   * @param       comp the component to be modified.
   * @param       constraints the constraints to be applied.
   * @since       JDK1.0
   */
  public void setConstraints(Component comp, GridBagConstraints constraints) {
    comptable.put(comp, constraints.clone());
  }

  /**
   * Gets the constraints for the specified component.  A copy of
   * the actual <code>GridBagConstraints</code> object is returned.
   * @param       comp the component to be queried.
   * @return      the constraint for the specified component in this 
   *                  grid bag layout; a copy of the actual constraint 
   *                  object is returned.
   * @since       JDK1.0
   */
  public GridBagConstraints getConstraints(Component comp) {
    GridBagConstraints constraints = (GridBagConstraints)comptable.get(comp);
    if (constraints == null) {
      setConstraints(comp, defaultConstraints);
      constraints = (GridBagConstraints)comptable.get(comp);
    }
    return (GridBagConstraints)constraints.clone();
  }

  /**
   * Retrieves the constraints for the specified component.  
   * The return value is not a copy, but is the actual 
   * <code>GridBagConstraints</code> object used by the layout mechanism. 
   * @param       comp the component to be queried
   * @return      the contraints for the specified component.
   * @since       JDK1.0
   */
  protected GridBagConstraints lookupConstraints(Component comp) {
    GridBagConstraints constraints = (GridBagConstraints)comptable.get(comp);
    if (constraints == null) {
      setConstraints(comp, defaultConstraints);
      constraints = (GridBagConstraints)comptable.get(comp);
    }
    return constraints;
  }

    /**
     * Determines the origin of the layout grid. 
     * Most applications do not call this method directly.
     * @return     the origin of the cell in the top-left 
     *                    corner of the layout grid.
     * @since      JDK1.1
     */
  public Point getLayoutOrigin () {
    Point origin = new Point(0,0);
    if (layoutInfo != null) {
      origin.x = layoutInfo.startx;
      origin.y = layoutInfo.starty;
    }
    return origin;
  }

    /**
     * Determines column widths and row heights for the layout grid.
     * <p>
     * Most applications do not call this method directly.
     * @return     an array of two arrays, containing the widths 
     *                       of the layout columns and
     *                       the heights of the layout rows.
     * @since      JDK1.1
     */
  public int [][] getLayoutDimensions () {
    if (layoutInfo == null)
      return new int[2][0];

    int dim[][] = new int [2][];
    dim[0] = new int[layoutInfo.width];
    dim[1] = new int[layoutInfo.height];

    System.arraycopy(layoutInfo.minWidth, 0, dim[0], 0, layoutInfo.width);
    System.arraycopy(layoutInfo.minHeight, 0, dim[1], 0, layoutInfo.height);

    return dim;
  }

    /**
     * Determines the weights of the layout grid's columns and rows.
     * Weights are used to calculate how much a given column or row
     * stretches beyond its preferred size, if the layout has extra
     * room to fill.
     * <p>
     * Most applications do not call this method directly.
     * @return      an array of two arrays, representing the 
     *                    horizontal weights of the layout columns 
     *                    and the vertical weights of the layout rows.
     * @since       JDK1.1
     */
  public double [][] getLayoutWeights () {
    if (layoutInfo == null)
      return new double[2][0];

    double weights[][] = new double [2][];
    weights[0] = new double[layoutInfo.width];
    weights[1] = new double[layoutInfo.height];

    System.arraycopy(layoutInfo.weightX, 0, weights[0], 0, layoutInfo.width);
    System.arraycopy(layoutInfo.weightY, 0, weights[1], 0, layoutInfo.height);

    return weights;
  }

    /**
     * Determines which cell in the layout grid contains the point
     * specified by <code>(x,&nbsp;y)</code>. Each cell is identified 
     * by its column index (ranging from 0 to the number of columns 
     * minus 1) and its row index (ranging from 0 to the number of 
     * rows minus 1).  
     * <p>
     * If the <code>(x,&nbsp;y)</code> point lies 
     * outside the grid, the following rules are used.  
     * The column index is returned as zero if <code>x</code> lies to the
     * left of the layout, and as the number of columns if <code>x</code> lies
     * to the right of the layout. The row index is returned as zero
     * if <code>y</code> lies above the layout, 
     * and as the number of rows if <code>y</code> lies
     * below the layout.
     * @param      x    the <i>x</i> coordinate of a point.
     * @param      y    the <i>y</i> coordinate of a point.
     * @return     an ordered pair of indexes that indicate which cell 
     *             in the layout grid contains the point 
     *             (<i>x</i>,&nbsp;<i>y</i>).
     * @since      JDK1.1
     */
  public Point location(int x, int y) {
    Point loc = new Point(0,0);
    int i, d;

    if (layoutInfo == null)
      return loc;

    d = layoutInfo.startx;
    for (i=0; i<layoutInfo.width; i++) {
      d += layoutInfo.minWidth[i];
      if (d > x)
	break;
    }
    loc.x = i;

    d = layoutInfo.starty;
    for (i=0; i<layoutInfo.height; i++) {
      d += layoutInfo.minHeight[i];
      if (d > y)
	break;
    }
    loc.y = i;

    return loc;
  }

  /**
   * Adds the specified component with the specified name to the layout.
   * @param      name         the name of the component.
   * @param      comp         the component to be added.
   * @since      JDK1.0
   */
  public void addLayoutComponent(String name, Component comp) {
  }

    /**
     * Adds the specified component to the layout, using the specified
     * constraint object.
     * @param      comp         the component to be added.
     * @param      constraints  an object that determines how 
     *                              the component is added to the layout.
     * @since      JDK1.0
     */
    public void addLayoutComponent(Component comp, Object constraints) {
      if (constraints instanceof GridBagConstraints) {
	    setConstraints(comp, (GridBagConstraints)constraints);
	}else if (constraints instanceof String){
		//Netscape : Just Ignore it
	}else if (constraints != null) {
	    throw new IllegalArgumentException("cannot add to layout: constraint must be a GridBagConstraint");
	}
    }

  /**
     * Removes the specified component from this layout. 
     * <p>
     * Most applications do not call this method directly.  
     * @param    comp   the component to be removed.
     * @see      java.awt.Container#remove(java.awt.Component)
     * @see      java.awt.Container#removeAll()
     * @since    JDK1.0
   */
  public void removeLayoutComponent(Component comp) {
  }

  /** 
     * Determines the preferred size of the <code>target</code> 
     * container using this grid bag layout. 
     * <p>
     * Most applications do not call this method directly.
     * @param     target   the container in which to do the layout.
     * @see       java.awt.Container#getPreferredSize
     * @since     JDK1.0
   */
  public Dimension preferredLayoutSize(Container parent) {
    GridBagLayoutInfo info = GetLayoutInfo(parent, PREFERREDSIZE);
    return GetMinSize(parent, info);
  }

  /**
     * Determines the minimum size of the <code>target</code> container 
     * using this grid bag layout. 
     * <p>
     * Most applications do not call this method directly. 
     * @param     target   the container in which to do the layout.
     * @see       java.awt.Container#doLayout
     * @since     JDK1.0
   */
  public Dimension minimumLayoutSize(Container parent) {
    GridBagLayoutInfo info = GetLayoutInfo(parent, MINSIZE);
    return GetMinSize(parent, info);
  }

    /**
     * Returns the maximum dimensions for this layout given the components
     * in the specified target container.
     * @param target the component which needs to be laid out
     * @see Container
     * @see #minimumLayoutSize
     * @see #preferredLayoutSize
     */
    public Dimension maximumLayoutSize(Container target) {
	return new Dimension(Integer.MAX_VALUE, Integer.MAX_VALUE);
    }

    /**
     * Returns the alignment along the x axis.  This specifies how
     * the component would like to be aligned relative to other 
     * components.  The value should be a number between 0 and 1
     * where 0 represents alignment along the origin, 1 is aligned
     * the furthest away from the origin, 0.5 is centered, etc.
     */
    public float getLayoutAlignmentX(Container parent) {
	return 0.5f;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the alignment along the y axis.  This specifies how
     * the component would like to be aligned relative to other 
     * components.  The value should be a number between 0 and 1
     * where 0 represents alignment along the origin, 1 is aligned
     * the furthest away from the origin, 0.5 is centered, etc.
     */
    public float getLayoutAlignmentY(Container parent) {
	return 0.5f;
    }

    /**
     * Invalidates the layout, indicating that if the layout manager
     * has cached information it should be discarded.
     */
    public void invalidateLayout(Container target) {
    }
				      
  /** 
   * Lays out the specified container using this grid bag layout.
   * This method reshapes components in the specified container in 
   * order to satisfy the contraints of this <code>GridBagLayout</code> 
   * object.
   * <p>
   * Most applications do not call this method directly.
   * @param parent the container in which to do the layout.
   * @see java.awt.Container
   * @see java.awt.Container#doLayout
   * @since JDK1.0
   */
  public void layoutContainer(Container parent) {
    ArrangeGrid(parent);
  }

  /**
     * Returns a string representation of this grid bag layout's values.
     * @return     a string representation of this grid bag layout.
     * @since      JDK1.0
   */
  public String toString() {
    return getClass().getName();
  }

  /**
   * Print the layout information.  Useful for debugging.
   */

  /* DEBUG
   *
   *  protected void DumpLayoutInfo(GridBagLayoutInfo s) {
   *    int x;
   *
   *    System.out.println("Col\tWidth\tWeight");
   *    for (x=0; x<s.width; x++) {
   *      System.out.println(x + "\t" +
   *			 s.minWidth[x] + "\t" +
   *			 s.weightX[x]);
   *    }
   *    System.out.println("Row\tHeight\tWeight");
   *    for (x=0; x<s.height; x++) {
   *      System.out.println(x + "\t" +
   *			 s.minHeight[x] + "\t" +
   *			 s.weightY[x]);
   *    }
   *  }
   */

  /**
   * Print the layout constraints.  Useful for debugging.
   */

  /* DEBUG
   *
   *  protected void DumpConstraints(GridBagConstraints constraints) {
   *    System.out.println(
   *		       "wt " +
   *		       constraints.weightx +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.weighty +
   *		       ", " +
   *
   *		       "box " +
   *		       constraints.gridx +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.gridy +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.gridwidth +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.gridheight +
   *		       ", " +
   *
   *		       "min " +
   *		       constraints.minWidth +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.minHeight +
   *		       ", " +
   *
   *		       "pad " +
   *		       constraints.insets.bottom +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.insets.left +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.insets.right +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.insets.top +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.ipadx +
   *		       " " +
   *		       constraints.ipady);
   *  }
   */

  /*
   * Fill in an instance of the above structure for the current set
   * of managed children.  This requires three passes through the
   * set of children:
   *
   * 1) Figure out the dimensions of the layout grid
   * 2) Determine which cells the components occupy
   * 3) Distribute the weights and min sizes amoung the rows/columns.
   *
   * This also caches the minsizes for all the children when they are
   * first encountered (so subsequent loops don't need to ask again).
   */
  
  protected GridBagLayoutInfo GetLayoutInfo(Container parent, int sizeflag) {
   synchronized (parent.getTreeLock()) {
    GridBagLayoutInfo r = new GridBagLayoutInfo();
    Component comp;
    GridBagConstraints constraints;
    Dimension d;
    Component components[] = parent.getComponents();

    int compindex, i, j, k, px, py, pixels_diff, nextSize;
    int curX, curY, curWidth, curHeight, curRow, curCol;
    double weight_diff, weight, start, size;
    int xMax[], yMax[];

    /*
     * Pass #1
     *
     * Figure out the dimensions of the layout grid (use a value of 1 for
     * zero or negative widths and heights).
     */
    
    r.width = r.height = 0;
    curRow = curCol = -1;
    xMax = new int[MAXGRIDSIZE];
    yMax = new int[MAXGRIDSIZE];

    for (compindex = 0 ; compindex < components.length ; compindex++) {
      comp = components[compindex];
      if (!comp.isVisible())
	continue;
      constraints = lookupConstraints(comp);
      
      curX = constraints.gridx;
      curY = constraints.gridy;
      curWidth = constraints.gridwidth;
      if (curWidth <= 0)
	curWidth = 1;
      curHeight = constraints.gridheight;
      if (curHeight <= 0)
	curHeight = 1;
      
      /* If x or y is negative, then use relative positioning: */
      if (curX < 0 && curY < 0) {
	if (curRow >= 0)
	  curY = curRow;
	else if (curCol >= 0)
	  curX = curCol;
	else
	  curY = 0;
      }
      if (curX < 0) {
	px = 0;
	for (i = curY; i < (curY + curHeight); i++)
	  px = Math.max(px, xMax[i]);
	
	curX = px - curX - 1;
	if(curX < 0)
	  curX = 0;
      }
      else if (curY < 0) {
	py = 0;
	for (i = curX; i < (curX + curWidth); i++)
	  py = Math.max(py, yMax[i]);
	
	curY = py - curY - 1;
	if(curY < 0)
	  curY = 0;
      }
      
      /* Adjust the grid width and height */
      for (px = curX + curWidth; r.width < px; r.width++);
      for (py = curY + curHeight; r.height < py; r.height++);
      
      /* Adjust the xMax and yMax arrays */
      for (i = curX; i < (curX + curWidth); i++) { yMax[i] = py; }
      for (i = curY; i < (curY + curHeight); i++) { xMax[i] = px; }
      
      /* Cache the current slave's size. */
      if (sizeflag == PREFERREDSIZE)
	d = comp.getPreferredSize();
      else
	d = comp.getMinimumSize();
      constraints.minWidth = d.width;
      constraints.minHeight = d.height;
      
      /* Zero width and height must mean that this is the last item (or
       * else something is wrong). */
      if (constraints.gridheight == 0 && constraints.gridwidth == 0)
	curRow = curCol = -1;
      
      /* Zero width starts a new row */
      if (constraints.gridheight == 0 && curRow < 0)
	curCol = curX + curWidth;
      
      /* Zero height starts a new column */
      else if (constraints.gridwidth == 0 && curCol < 0)
	curRow = curY + curHeight;
    }
    
    /*
     * Apply minimum row/column dimensions
     */
    if (columnWidths != null && r.width < columnWidths.length)
      r.width = columnWidths.length;
    if (rowHeights != null && r.height < rowHeights.length)
      r.height = rowHeights.length;

    /*
     * Pass #2
     *
     * Negative values for gridX are filled in with the current x value.
     * Negative values for gridY are filled in with the current y value.
     * Negative or zero values for gridWidth and gridHeight end the current
     *  row or column, respectively.
     */
    
    curRow = curCol = -1;
    xMax = new int[MAXGRIDSIZE];
    yMax = new int[MAXGRIDSIZE];
    
    for (compindex = 0 ; compindex < components.length ; compindex++) {
      comp = components[compindex];
      if (!comp.isVisible())
	continue;
      constraints = lookupConstraints(comp);
      
      curX = constraints.gridx;
      curY = constraints.gridy;
      curWidth = constraints.gridwidth;
      curHeight = constraints.gridheight;
      
      /* If x or y is negative, then use relative positioning: */
      if (curX < 0 && curY < 0) {
	if(curRow >= 0)
	  curY = curRow;
	else if(curCol >= 0)
	  curX = curCol;
	else
	  curY = 0;
      }
      
      if (curX < 0) {
	if (curHeight <= 0) {
	  curHeight += r.height - curY;
	  if (curHeight < 1)
	    curHeight = 1;
	}
	
	px = 0;
	for (i = curY; i < (curY + curHeight); i++)
	  px = Math.max(px, xMax[i]);
	
	curX = px - curX - 1;
	if(curX < 0)
	  curX = 0;
      }
      else if (curY < 0) {
	if (curWidth <= 0) {
	  curWidth += r.width - curX;
	  if (curWidth < 1)
	    curWidth = 1;
	}
	
	py = 0;
	for (i = curX; i < (curX + curWidth); i++)
	  py = Math.max(py, yMax[i]);
	
	curY = py - curY - 1;
	if(curY < 0)
	  curY = 0;
      }
      
      if (curWidth <= 0) {
	curWidth += r.width - curX;
	if (curWidth < 1)
	  curWidth = 1;
      }
      
      if (curHeight <= 0) {
	curHeight += r.height - curY;
	if (curHeight < 1)
	  curHeight = 1;
      }
      
      px = curX + curWidth;
      py = curY + curHeight;
      
      for (i = curX; i < (curX + curWidth); i++) { yMax[i] = py; }
      for (i = curY; i < (curY + curHeight); i++) { xMax[i] = px; }
      
      /* Make negative sizes start a new row/column */
      if (constraints.gridheight == 0 && constraints.gridwidth == 0)
	curRow = curCol = -1;
      if (constraints.gridheight == 0 && curRow < 0)
	curCol = curX + curWidth;
      else if (constraints.gridwidth == 0 && curCol < 0)
        curRow = curY + curHeight;
      
      /* Assign the new values to the gridbag slave */
      constraints.tempX = curX;
      constraints.tempY = curY;
      constraints.tempWidth = curWidth;
      constraints.tempHeight = curHeight;
    }
    
    /*
     * Apply minimum row/column dimensions and weights
     */
    if (columnWidths != null)
      System.arraycopy(columnWidths, 0, r.minWidth, 0, columnWidths.length);
    if (rowHeights != null)
      System.arraycopy(rowHeights, 0, r.minHeight, 0, rowHeights.length);
    if (columnWeights != null)
      System.arraycopy(columnWeights, 0, r.weightX, 0, columnWeights.length);
    if (rowWeights != null)
      System.arraycopy(rowWeights, 0, r.weightY, 0, rowWeights.length);

    /*
     * Pass #3
     *
     * Distribute the minimun widths and weights:
     */
    
    nextSize = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
    
    for (i = 1;
	 i != Integer.MAX_VALUE;
	 i = nextSize, nextSize = Integer.MAX_VALUE) {
      for (compindex = 0 ; compindex < components.length ; compindex++) {
	comp = components[compindex];
	if (!comp.isVisible())
	  continue;
	constraints = lookupConstraints(comp);
      
	if (constraints.tempWidth == i) {
	  px = constraints.tempX + constraints.tempWidth; /* right column */
	  
	  /* 
	   * Figure out if we should use this slave\'s weight.  If the weight
	   * is less than the total weight spanned by the width of the cell,
	   * then discard the weight.  Otherwise split the difference
	   * according to the existing weights.
	   */
	  
	  weight_diff = constraints.weightx;
	  for (k = constraints.tempX; k < px; k++)
	    weight_diff -= r.weightX[k];
	  if (weight_diff > 0.0) {
	    weight = 0.0;
	    for (k = constraints.tempX; k < px; k++)
	      weight += r.weightX[k];
	    for (k = constraints.tempX; weight > 0.0 && k < px; k++) {
	      double wt = r.weightX[k];
	      double dx = (wt * weight_diff) / weight;
	      r.weightX[k] += dx;
	      weight_diff -= dx;
	      weight -= wt;
	    }
	    /* Assign the remainder to the rightmost cell */
	    r.weightX[px-1] += weight_diff;
	  }
	  
	  /*
	   * Calculate the minWidth array values.
	   * First, figure out how wide the current slave needs to be.
	   * Then, see if it will fit within the current minWidth values.
	   * If it will not fit, add the difference according to the
	   * weightX array.
	   */
	  
	  pixels_diff =
	    constraints.minWidth + constraints.ipadx +
	    constraints.insets.left + constraints.insets.right;

	  for (k = constraints.tempX; k < px; k++)
	    pixels_diff -= r.minWidth[k];
	  if (pixels_diff > 0) {
	    weight = 0.0;
	    for (k = constraints.tempX; k < px; k++)
	      weight += r.weightX[k];
	    for (k = constraints.tempX; weight > 0.0 && k < px; k++) {
	      double wt = r.weightX[k];
	      int dx = (int)((wt * ((double)pixels_diff)) / weight);
	      r.minWidth[k] += dx;
	      pixels_diff -= dx;
	      weight -= wt;
	    }
	    /* Any leftovers go into the rightmost cell */
	    r.minWidth[px-1] += pixels_diff;
	  }
	}
	else if (constraints.tempWidth > i && constraints.tempWidth < nextSize)
	  nextSize = constraints.tempWidth;
	
	
	if (constraints.tempHeight == i) {
	  py = constraints.tempY + constraints.tempHeight; /* bottom row */
	  
	  /* 
	   * Figure out if we should use this slave\'s weight.  If the weight
	   * is less than the total weight spanned by the height of the cell,
	   * then discard the weight.  Otherwise split it the difference
	   * according to the existing weights.
	   */
	  
	  weight_diff = constraints.weighty;
	  for (k = constraints.tempY; k < py; k++)
	    weight_diff -= r.weightY[k];
	  if (weight_diff > 0.0) {
	    weight = 0.0;
	    for (k = constraints.tempY; k < py; k++)
	      weight += r.weightY[k];
	    for (k = constraints.tempY; weight > 0.0 && k < py; k++) {
	      double wt = r.weightY[k];
	      double dy = (wt * weight_diff) / weight;
	      r.weightY[k] += dy;
	      weight_diff -= dy;
	      weight -= wt;
	    }
	    /* Assign the remainder to the bottom cell */
	    r.weightY[py-1] += weight_diff;
	  }
	  
	  /*
	   * Calculate the minHeight array values.
	   * First, figure out how tall the current slave needs to be.
	   * Then, see if it will fit within the current minHeight values.
	   * If it will not fit, add the difference according to the
	   * weightY array.
	   */
	  
	  pixels_diff =
	    constraints.minHeight + constraints.ipady +
	    constraints.insets.top + constraints.insets.bottom;
	  for (k = constraints.tempY; k < py; k++)
	    pixels_diff -= r.minHeight[k];
	  if (pixels_diff > 0) {
	    weight = 0.0;
	    for (k = constraints.tempY; k < py; k++)
	      weight += r.weightY[k];
	    for (k = constraints.tempY; weight > 0.0 && k < py; k++) {
	      double wt = r.weightY[k];
	      int dy = (int)((wt * ((double)pixels_diff)) / weight);
	      r.minHeight[k] += dy;
	      pixels_diff -= dy;
	      weight -= wt;
	    }
	    /* Any leftovers go into the bottom cell */
	    r.minHeight[py-1] += pixels_diff;
	  }
	}
	else if (constraints.tempHeight > i &&
		 constraints.tempHeight < nextSize)
	  nextSize = constraints.tempHeight;
      }
    }

    return r;
   }
  }
  
  /*
   * Adjusts the x, y, width, and height fields to the correct
   * values depending on the constraint geometry and pads.
   */
  protected void AdjustForGravity(GridBagConstraints constraints,
				  Rectangle r) {
    int diffx, diffy;

    r.x += constraints.insets.left;
    r.width -= (constraints.insets.left + constraints.insets.right);
    r.y += constraints.insets.top;
    r.height -= (constraints.insets.top + constraints.insets.bottom);
    
    diffx = 0;
    if ((constraints.fill != GridBagConstraints.HORIZONTAL &&
	 constraints.fill != GridBagConstraints.BOTH)
	&& (r.width > (constraints.minWidth + constraints.ipadx))) {
      diffx = r.width - (constraints.minWidth + constraints.ipadx);
      r.width = constraints.minWidth + constraints.ipadx;
    }
    
    diffy = 0;
    if ((constraints.fill != GridBagConstraints.VERTICAL &&
	 constraints.fill != GridBagConstraints.BOTH)
	&& (r.height > (constraints.minHeight + constraints.ipady))) {
      diffy = r.height - (constraints.minHeight + constraints.ipady);
      r.height = constraints.minHeight + constraints.ipady;
    }
    
    switch (constraints.anchor) {
    case GridBagConstraints.CENTER:
      r.x += diffx/2;
      r.y += diffy/2;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.NORTH:
      r.x += diffx/2;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.NORTHEAST:
      r.x += diffx;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.EAST:
      r.x += diffx;
      r.y += diffy/2;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.SOUTHEAST:
      r.x += diffx;
      r.y += diffy;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.SOUTH:
      r.x += diffx/2;
      r.y += diffy;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.SOUTHWEST:
      r.y += diffy;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.WEST:
      r.y += diffy/2;
      break;
    case GridBagConstraints.NORTHWEST:
      break;
    default:
      throw new IllegalArgumentException("illegal anchor value");
    }
  }

  /*
   * Figure out the minimum size of the
   * master based on the information from GetLayoutInfo()
   */
  protected Dimension GetMinSize(Container parent, GridBagLayoutInfo info) {
    Dimension d = new Dimension();
    int i, t;
    Insets insets = parent.getInsets();

    t = 0;
    for(i = 0; i < info.width; i++)
      t += info.minWidth[i];
    d.width = t + insets.left + insets.right;

    t = 0;
    for(i = 0; i < info.height; i++)
      t += info.minHeight[i];
    d.height = t + insets.top + insets.bottom;

    return d;
  }

  /*
   * Lay out the grid
   */
  protected void ArrangeGrid(Container parent) {
    Component comp;
    int compindex;
    GridBagConstraints constraints;
    Insets insets = parent.getInsets();
    Component components[] = parent.getComponents();
    Dimension d;
    Rectangle r = new Rectangle();
    int i, diffw, diffh;
    double weight;
    GridBagLayoutInfo info;
    
    /*
     * If the parent has no slaves anymore, then don't do anything
     * at all:  just leave the parent's size as-is.
     */
    if (components.length == 0 &&
	(columnWidths == null || columnWidths.length == 0) &&
	(rowHeights == null || rowHeights.length == 0)) {
      return;
    }
    
    /*
     * Pass #1: scan all the slaves to figure out the total amount
     * of space needed.
     */
    
    info = GetLayoutInfo(parent, PREFERREDSIZE);
    d = GetMinSize(parent, info);

    if (parent.width < d.width || parent.height < d.height) {
      info = GetLayoutInfo(parent, MINSIZE);
      d = GetMinSize(parent, info);
    }

    layoutInfo = info;
    r.width = d.width;
    r.height = d.height;

    /*
     * DEBUG
     *
     * DumpLayoutInfo(info);
     * for (compindex = 0 ; compindex < components.length ; compindex++) {
     * comp = components[compindex];
     * if (!comp.isVisible())
     *	continue;
     * constraints = lookupConstraints(comp);
     * DumpConstraints(constraints);
     * }
     * System.out.println("minSize " + r.width + " " + r.height);
     */
    
    /*
     * If the current dimensions of the window don't match the desired
     * dimensions, then adjust the minWidth and minHeight arrays
     * according to the weights.
     */
    
    diffw = parent.width - r.width;
    if (diffw != 0) {
      weight = 0.0;
      for (i = 0; i < info.width; i++)
	weight += info.weightX[i];
      if (weight > 0.0) {
	for (i = 0; i < info.width; i++) {
	  int dx = (int)(( ((double)diffw) * info.weightX[i]) / weight);
	  info.minWidth[i] += dx;
	  r.width += dx;
	  if (info.minWidth[i] < 0) {
	    r.width -= info.minWidth[i];
	    info.minWidth[i] = 0;
	  }
	}
      }
      diffw = parent.width - r.width;
    }
    else {
      diffw = 0;
    }
    
    diffh = parent.height - r.height;
    if (diffh != 0) {
      weight = 0.0;
      for (i = 0; i < info.height; i++)
	weight += info.weightY[i];
      if (weight > 0.0) {
	for (i = 0; i < info.height; i++) {
	  int dy = (int)(( ((double)diffh) * info.weightY[i]) / weight);
	  info.minHeight[i] += dy;
	  r.height += dy;
	  if (info.minHeight[i] < 0) {
	    r.height -= info.minHeight[i];
	    info.minHeight[i] = 0;
	  }
	}
      }
      diffh = parent.height - r.height;
    }
    else {
      diffh = 0;
    }

    /*
     * DEBUG
     *
     * System.out.println("Re-adjusted:");
     * DumpLayoutInfo(info);
     */
    
    /*
     * Now do the actual layout of the slaves using the layout information
     * that has been collected.
     */
    
    info.startx = diffw/2 + insets.left;
    info.starty = diffh/2 + insets.top;

    for (compindex = 0 ; compindex < components.length ; compindex++) {
      comp = components[compindex];
      if (!comp.isVisible())
	continue;
      constraints = lookupConstraints(comp);

      r.x = info.startx;
      for(i = 0; i < constraints.tempX; i++)
	r.x += info.minWidth[i];
      
      r.y = info.starty;
      for(i = 0; i < constraints.tempY; i++)
	r.y += info.minHeight[i];
      
      r.width = 0;
      for(i = constraints.tempX;
	  i < (constraints.tempX + constraints.tempWidth);
	  i++) {
	r.width += info.minWidth[i];
      }
      
      r.height = 0;
      for(i = constraints.tempY;
	  i < (constraints.tempY + constraints.tempHeight);
	  i++) {
	r.height += info.minHeight[i];
      }
      
      AdjustForGravity(constraints, r);
      
      /*
       * If the window is too small to be interesting then
       * unmap it.  Otherwise configure it and then make sure
       * it's mapped.
       */
      
      if ((r.width <= 0) || (r.height <= 0)) {
	comp.setBounds(0, 0, 0, 0);
      }
      else {
	if (comp.x != r.x || comp.y != r.y ||
	    comp.width != r.width || comp.height != r.height) {
	  comp.setBounds(r.x, r.y, r.width, r.height);
	}
      }
    }
  }
}

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