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 * Copyright (c) 2008-2010 Ricardo Quesada
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#import "CCNode.h"
#import "CCProtocols.h"
#import "CCTextureAtlas.h"

@class CCSpriteBatchNode;
@class CCSpriteFrame;
@class CCAnimation;

#pragma mark CCSprite

#define CCSpriteIndexNotInitialized 0xffffffff 	/// CCSprite invalid index on the CCSpriteBatchode

/**
 Whether or not an CCSprite will rotate, scale or translate with it's parent.
 Useful in health bars, when you want that the health bar translates with it's parent but you don't
 want it to rotate with its parent.
 @since v0.99.0
 */
typedef enum {
	//! Translate with it's parent
	CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_TRANSLATE =  1 << 0,
	//! Rotate with it's parent
	CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_ROTATE	=  1 << 1,
	//! Scale with it's parent
	CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_SCALE		=  1 << 2,
	//! Skew with it's parent
	CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_SKEW		=  1 << 3,

	//! All possible transformation enabled. Default value.
	CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_ALL		=  CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_TRANSLATE | CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_ROTATE | CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_SCALE | CC_HONOR_PARENT_TRANSFORM_SKEW,

} ccHonorParentTransform;

/** CCSprite is a 2d image ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_(computer_graphics) )
 *
 * CCSprite can be created with an image, or with a sub-rectangle of an image.
 *
 * If the parent or any of its ancestors is a CCSpriteBatchNode then the following features/limitations are valid
 *	- Features when the parent is a CCBatchNode:
 *		- MUCH faster rendering, specially if the CCSpriteBatchNode has many children. All the children will be drawn in a single batch.
 *
 *	- Limitations
 *		- Camera is not supported yet (eg: CCOrbitCamera action doesn't work)
 *		- GridBase actions are not supported (eg: CCLens, CCRipple, CCTwirl)
 *		- The Alias/Antialias property belongs to CCSpriteBatchNode, so you can't individually set the aliased property.
 *		- The Blending function property belongs to CCSpriteBatchNode, so you can't individually set the blending function property.
 *		- Parallax scroller is not supported, but can be simulated with a "proxy" sprite.
 *
 *  If the parent is an standard CCNode, then CCSprite behaves like any other CCNode:
 *    - It supports blending functions
 *    - It supports aliasing / antialiasing
 *    - But the rendering will be slower: 1 draw per children.
 *
 * The default anchorPoint in CCSprite is (0.5, 0.5).
 */
@interface CCSprite : CCNode <CCRGBAProtocol, CCTextureProtocol>
{
	
	//
	// Data used when the sprite is rendered using a CCSpriteBatchNode
	//
	CCTextureAtlas			*textureAtlas_;			// Sprite Sheet texture atlas (weak reference)
	NSUInteger				atlasIndex_;			// Absolute (real) Index on the batch node
	CCSpriteBatchNode		*batchNode_;			// Used batch node (weak reference)
	ccHonorParentTransform	honorParentTransform_;	// whether or not to transform according to its parent transformations
	BOOL					dirty_;					// Sprite needs to be updated
	BOOL					recursiveDirty_;		// Subchildren needs to be updated
	BOOL					hasChildren_;			// optimization to check if it contain children
	
	//
	// Data used when the sprite is self-rendered
	//
	ccBlendFunc				blendFunc_;				// Needed for the texture protocol
	CCTexture2D				*texture_;				// Texture used to render the sprite

	//
	// Shared data
	//

	// whether or not it's parent is a CCSpriteBatchNode
	BOOL	usesBatchNode_;

	// texture
	CGRect	rect_;
	CGRect	rectInPixels_;
	BOOL	rectRotated_;
	
	// Offset Position (used by Zwoptex)
	CGPoint	offsetPositionInPixels_;
	CGPoint unflippedOffsetPositionFromCenter_;

	// vertex coords, texture coords and color info
	ccV3F_C4B_T2F_Quad quad_;
	
	// opacity and RGB protocol
	GLubyte		opacity_;
	ccColor3B	color_;
	ccColor3B	colorUnmodified_;
	BOOL		opacityModifyRGB_;
	
	// image is flipped
	BOOL	flipX_;
	BOOL	flipY_;
		
@public
	// used internally.
	void (*updateMethod)(id, SEL);
}

/** whether or not the Sprite needs to be updated in the Atlas */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) BOOL dirty;
/** the quad (tex coords, vertex coords and color) information */
@property (nonatomic,readonly) ccV3F_C4B_T2F_Quad quad;
/** The index used on the TextureAtlas. Don't modify this value unless you know what you are doing */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) NSUInteger atlasIndex;
/** returns the rect of the CCSprite in points */
@property (nonatomic,readonly) CGRect textureRect;
/** returns whether or not the texture rectangle is rotated */
@property (nonatomic,readonly) BOOL textureRectRotated;
/** whether or not the sprite is flipped horizontally. 
 It only flips the texture of the sprite, and not the texture of the sprite's children.
 Also, flipping the texture doesn't alter the anchorPoint.
 If you want to flip the anchorPoint too, and/or to flip the children too use:
 
	sprite.scaleX *= -1;
 */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) BOOL flipX;
/** whether or not the sprite is flipped vertically.
 It only flips the texture of the sprite, and not the texture of the sprite's children.
 Also, flipping the texture doesn't alter the anchorPoint.
 If you want to flip the anchorPoint too, and/or to flip the children too use:
 
	sprite.scaleY *= -1;
 */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) BOOL flipY;
/** opacity: conforms to CCRGBAProtocol protocol */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) GLubyte opacity;
/** RGB colors: conforms to CCRGBAProtocol protocol */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) ccColor3B color;
/** whether or not the Sprite is rendered using a CCSpriteBatchNode */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) BOOL usesBatchNode;
/** weak reference of the CCTextureAtlas used when the sprite is rendered using a CCSpriteBatchNode */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite,assign) CCTextureAtlas *textureAtlas;
/** weak reference to the CCSpriteBatchNode that renders the CCSprite */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite,assign) CCSpriteBatchNode *batchNode;
/** whether or not to transform according to its parent transfomrations.
 Useful for health bars. eg: Don't rotate the health bar, even if the parent rotates.
 IMPORTANT: Only valid if it is rendered using an CCSpriteBatchNode.
 @since v0.99.0
 */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) ccHonorParentTransform honorParentTransform;
/** offset position in pixels of the sprite in points. Calculated automatically by editors like Zwoptex.
 @since v0.99.0
 */
@property (nonatomic,readonly) CGPoint	offsetPositionInPixels;
/** conforms to CCTextureProtocol protocol */
@property (nonatomic,readwrite) ccBlendFunc blendFunc;

#pragma mark CCSprite - Initializers

/** Creates an sprite with a texture.
 The rect used will be the size of the texture.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
+(id) spriteWithTexture:(CCTexture2D*)texture;

/** Creates an sprite with a texture and a rect.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
+(id) spriteWithTexture:(CCTexture2D*)texture rect:(CGRect)rect;

/** Creates an sprite with an sprite frame.
 */
+(id) spriteWithSpriteFrame:(CCSpriteFrame*)spriteFrame;

/** Creates an sprite with an sprite frame name.
 An CCSpriteFrame will be fetched from the CCSpriteFrameCache by name.
 If the CCSpriteFrame doesn't exist it will raise an exception.
 @since v0.9
 */
+(id) spriteWithSpriteFrameName:(NSString*)spriteFrameName;

/** Creates an sprite with an image filename.
 The rect used will be the size of the image.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
+(id) spriteWithFile:(NSString*)filename;

/** Creates an sprite with an image filename and a rect.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
+(id) spriteWithFile:(NSString*)filename rect:(CGRect)rect;

/** Creates an sprite with a CGImageRef and a key.
 The key is used by the CCTextureCache to know if a texture was already created with this CGImage.
 For example, a valid key is: @"sprite_frame_01".
 If key is nil, then a new texture will be created each time by the CCTextureCache. 
 @since v0.99.0
 */
+(id) spriteWithCGImage: (CGImageRef)image key:(NSString*)key;


/** Creates an sprite with an CCBatchNode and a rect
 */
+(id) spriteWithBatchNode:(CCSpriteBatchNode*)batchNode rect:(CGRect)rect;


/** Initializes an sprite with a texture.
 The rect used will be the size of the texture.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
-(id) initWithTexture:(CCTexture2D*)texture;

/** Initializes an sprite with a texture and a rect in points.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
-(id) initWithTexture:(CCTexture2D*)texture rect:(CGRect)rect;

/** Initializes an sprite with an sprite frame.
 */
-(id) initWithSpriteFrame:(CCSpriteFrame*)spriteFrame;

/** Initializes an sprite with an sprite frame name.
 An CCSpriteFrame will be fetched from the CCSpriteFrameCache by name.
 If the CCSpriteFrame doesn't exist it will raise an exception.
 @since v0.9
 */
-(id) initWithSpriteFrameName:(NSString*)spriteFrameName;

/** Initializes an sprite with an image filename.
 The rect used will be the size of the image.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
-(id) initWithFile:(NSString*)filename;

/** Initializes an sprite with an image filename, and a rect.
 The offset will be (0,0).
 */
-(id) initWithFile:(NSString*)filename rect:(CGRect)rect;

/** Initializes an sprite with a CGImageRef and a key
 The key is used by the CCTextureCache to know if a texture was already created with this CGImage.
 For example, a valid key is: @"sprite_frame_01".
 If key is nil, then a new texture will be created each time by the CCTextureCache. 
 @since v0.99.0
 */
-(id) initWithCGImage:(CGImageRef)image key:(NSString*)key;

/** Initializes an sprite with an CCSpriteBatchNode and a rect in points
 */
-(id) initWithBatchNode:(CCSpriteBatchNode*)batchNode rect:(CGRect)rect;

/** Initializes an sprite with an CCSpriteBatchNode and a rect in pixels
 @since v0.99.5
 */
-(id) initWithBatchNode:(CCSpriteBatchNode*)batchNode rectInPixels:(CGRect)rect;



#pragma mark CCSprite - BatchNode methods

/** updates the quad according the the rotation, position, scale values.
 */
-(void)updateTransform;

/** updates the texture rect of the CCSprite in points.
 */
-(void) setTextureRect:(CGRect) rect;
/** updates the texture rect, rectRotated and untrimmed size of the CCSprite in pixels
 */
-(void) setTextureRectInPixels:(CGRect)rect rotated:(BOOL)rotated untrimmedSize:(CGSize)size;

/** tell the sprite to use self-render.
 @since v0.99.0
 */
-(void) useSelfRender;

/** tell the sprite to use sprite batch node
 @since v0.99.0
 */
-(void) useBatchNode:(CCSpriteBatchNode*)batchNode;


#pragma mark CCSprite - Frames

/** sets a new display frame to the CCSprite. */
-(void) setDisplayFrame:(CCSpriteFrame*)newFrame;

/** returns whether or not a CCSpriteFrame is being displayed */
-(BOOL) isFrameDisplayed:(CCSpriteFrame*)frame;

/** returns the current displayed frame. */
-(CCSpriteFrame*) displayedFrame;

#pragma mark CCSprite - Animation

/** changes the display frame with animation name and index.
 The animation name will be get from the CCAnimationCache
 @since v0.99.5
 */
-(void) setDisplayFrameWithAnimationName:(NSString*)animationName index:(int) frameIndex;

@end