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                          snaptogrid.h  -  description
    begin                : Fri May 9 2003
    copyright            : (C) 2003 by Jason Wood
    email                : jasonwood@blueyonder.co.uk

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#include <kdenlivedoc.h>

Manages snap to grid times. Allows the getting and setting of various times
including seek positions, clip start and end times, and various others.

@author Jason Wood
00028 class SnapToGrid {


      Sets the cursor times to the specified list. Each cursor time is individually
      'snapped' to the list of snap times when calculating the final snap.
    void setCursorTimes(const QValueVector < GenTime > &time);

      Adds a new cursor time at the beginning of the cursor list.
    void prependCursor(const GenTime & cursor);

      Adds a new cursor time at the end of the cursor list.
    void appendCursor(const GenTime & cursor);

      Get/Set the snap tolerance. This is the time interval that we must be withing before
      we snap to a a given point.
    void setSnapTolerance(const GenTime & tolerance);
    const GenTime & snapTolerance() const;

    double framesPerSecond() const {
      return m_framesPerSecond;

    void setFramesPerSecond(double fps) {
      m_framesPerSecond = fps;
      Returns a snapped time compared to the specified GenTime. In the case of their being
      multiple cursors, it is assumed that the time specified is that which the first
      cursor time in the list will move to. The returned time takes into account clip
      begin/end times (if they are turned on), seek times (if they are turned on), and
      frame borders (if they are turned on).
      */ GenTime getSnappedTime(const GenTime & time) const;

    // Adds new times to the list of points we snap to.
    void addToSnapList(const GenTime & time);
    void addToSnapList(const QValueVector < GenTime > &times);

    // Clear the snap list.
    void clearSnapList();

      Get/set snapToFrame value. If true, then any returned time will snap to the
      current frame.
    void setSnapToFrame(bool snapToFrame);
    bool snapToFrame() const;
    QValueList < GenTime > m_seekTimes;
    QValueVector < GenTime > m_cursorTimes;

    bool m_snapToFrame;

    GenTime m_snapTolerance;

      /** A list of all times that are "snapToGrid" times. Generated specifically for a
      particular set of cursor times, this list of times is the only thing we need to
      consult when checkinga time to determine when we need to snap to a particular
      location based upon another   clip. */
00097     mutable QValueList < GenTime > m_internalSnapList;
      /** Keeps track of whichever list item is closest to the mouse cursor. */
00099     mutable QValueListConstIterator < GenTime > m_internalSnapTracker;
    mutable bool m_isDirty;

      /** A list of all snap points */
00103     QValueList < GenTime > m_snapToGridList;

      For efficiency reason, we only want to update the internal snap lists when it is
      absolutely necessary. So we keep track of when an important change has happened,
      and then only update the snap list when the next request for data is made.
    void setDirty(bool dirty);
    bool isDirty() const;

      /** Creates a list of all snap points for the timeline. This includes the current seek
      position, the beginning of the timeline, and the start and end points of every clip in
      the document */
    QValueList < GenTime > snapToGridList()const;

      /** Generates the internal snap list. See m_internalSnapList for more details.*/
    void createInternalSnapList() const;

      /** If we snap to frames per second, this is the number of seconds per frame. */
00122     double m_framesPerSecond;


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