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* [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type Jules Maselbas
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From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

Ho ho ho,

I had some fun past weeks playing with the QOI image format[1] and I've
added it's support to barebox. I also made the builtin barebox logo image
format selectable, with bmp, png, and qoi...

I am not sure if this be of a great interest to barebox anyway here it is.

[1] https://qoiformat.org/

---

Jules Maselbas (5):
  filetype: Add QOI format image type
  gui: Add qoi image format
  scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
  logo: Enable image format selection for the logo
  logo: Add choice for the QOI image format option

 common/filetype.c   |    3 +
 include/filetype.h  |    1 +
 lib/gui/Kconfig     |    5 +
 lib/gui/Makefile    |    1 +
 lib/gui/qoi.c       |   94 +
 lib/gui/qoi.h       |  671 ++++
 lib/logo/Kconfig    |   27 +-
 lib/logo/Makefile   |   55 +-
 lib/logo/logo.c     |   10 +-
 scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
 scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
 scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
 scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 13 files changed, 8705 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.c
 create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.h
 create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
 create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h

-- 
2.17.1


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* [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-14  9:00   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format Jules Maselbas
                   ` (4 subsequent siblings)
  5 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

QOI image format is a "Quite OK" image format, it's simplicity is it's
strength and could be a good replacement of bmp, maybe even for png.

Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
---
 common/filetype.c  | 3 +++
 include/filetype.h | 1 +
 2 files changed, 4 insertions(+)

diff --git a/common/filetype.c b/common/filetype.c
index 8ffcd6adcd..e5245668e2 100644
--- a/common/filetype.c
+++ b/common/filetype.c
@@ -45,6 +45,7 @@ static const struct filetype_str filetype_str[] = {
 	[filetype_mbr] = { "MBR sector", "mbr" },
 	[filetype_bmp] = { "BMP image", "bmp" },
 	[filetype_png] = { "PNG image", "png" },
+	[filetype_qoi] = { "QOI image", "qoi" },
 	[filetype_ext] = { "EXT filesystem", "ext" },
 	[filetype_gpt] = { "GUID Partition Table", "gpt" },
 	[filetype_ubifs] = { "UBIFS image", "ubifs" },
@@ -300,6 +301,8 @@ enum filetype file_detect_type(const void *_buf, size_t bufsize)
 		return filetype_aimage;
 	if (buf64[0] == le64_to_cpu(0x0a1a0a0d474e5089ull))
 		return filetype_png;
+	if (strncmp(buf8, "qoif", 4) == 0)
+		return filetype_qoi;
 	if (is_barebox_mips_head(_buf))
 		return filetype_mips_barebox;
 	if (buf[0] == be32_to_cpu(0x534F4659))
diff --git a/include/filetype.h b/include/filetype.h
index 2640847e1f..8bc179ac08 100644
--- a/include/filetype.h
+++ b/include/filetype.h
@@ -28,6 +28,7 @@ enum filetype {
 	filetype_mbr,
 	filetype_bmp,
 	filetype_png,
+	filetype_qoi,
 	filetype_ext,
 	filetype_gpt,
 	filetype_ubifs,
-- 
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* [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-14 10:05   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi Jules Maselbas
                   ` (3 subsequent siblings)
  5 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
---
 lib/gui/Kconfig  |   5 +
 lib/gui/Makefile |   1 +
 lib/gui/qoi.c    |  94 +++++++
 lib/gui/qoi.h    | 671 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 4 files changed, 771 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.c
 create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.h

diff --git a/lib/gui/Kconfig b/lib/gui/Kconfig
index 2625d9fb2f..f0263c71cc 100644
--- a/lib/gui/Kconfig
+++ b/lib/gui/Kconfig
@@ -16,6 +16,11 @@ config PNG
 	bool "png"
 	select ZLIB
 
+config QOI
+	bool "qoi"
+	help
+	  Support for the Quite OK Image format
+
 if PNG
 
 choice
diff --git a/lib/gui/Makefile b/lib/gui/Makefile
index 31e66225d7..5ed190e9f8 100644
--- a/lib/gui/Makefile
+++ b/lib/gui/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
 obj-$(CONFIG_BMP)	+= bmp.o
 obj-$(CONFIG_IMAGE_RENDERER)	+= image_renderer.o graphic_utils.o
+obj-$(CONFIG_QOI)	+= qoi.o
 obj-$(CONFIG_PNG)	+= png.o
 obj-$(CONFIG_LODEPNG)	+= png_lode.o lodepng.o
 obj-$(CONFIG_PICOPNG)	+= png_pico.o picopng.o
diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.c b/lib/gui/qoi.c
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..f6c1bc1b94
--- /dev/null
+++ b/lib/gui/qoi.c
@@ -0,0 +1,94 @@
+#include <common.h>
+#include <errno.h>
+#include <malloc.h>
+#include <fb.h>
+#include <asm/byteorder.h>
+#include <gui/graphic_utils.h>
+#include <init.h>
+#include <gui/image_renderer.h>
+#include <asm/unaligned.h>
+
+#define QOI_NO_STDIO
+#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
+#include "qoi.h"
+
+static struct image *qoi_open(char *inbuf, int insize)
+{
+	struct image *img;
+	void *data;
+	qoi_desc qoi;
+
+	img = calloc(1, sizeof(*img));
+	if (!img)
+		return ERR_PTR(-ENOMEM);
+
+	data = qoi_decode(inbuf, insize, &qoi, 0);
+	if (!data) {
+		free(img);
+		return ERR_PTR(-ENOMEM);
+	}
+
+	img->data = data;
+	img->height = qoi.height;
+	img->width = qoi.width;
+	img->bits_per_pixel = qoi.channels * 8;
+
+	pr_debug("qoi: %d x %d  x %d data@0x%p\n", img->width, img->height,
+		 img->bits_per_pixel, img->data);
+	return img;
+}
+
+static void qoi_close(struct image *img)
+{
+	free(img->data);
+}
+
+static int qoi_renderer(struct screen *sc, struct surface *s, struct image *img)
+{
+	int alpha = img->bits_per_pixel == (4 * 8);
+	int width = s->width;
+	int height = s->height;
+	int startx = s->x;
+	int starty = s->y;
+	void *buf;
+
+	if (s->width < 0)
+		width = img->width;
+	if (s->height < 0)
+		height = img->height;
+
+	if (startx < 0) {
+		startx = (sc->s.width - width) / 2;
+		if (startx < 0)
+			startx = 0;
+	}
+
+	if (starty < 0) {
+		starty = (sc->s.height - height) / 2;
+		if (starty < 0)
+			starty = 0;
+	}
+
+	width = min(width, sc->s.width - startx);
+	height = min(height, sc->s.height - starty);
+
+	buf = gui_screen_render_buffer(sc);
+
+	gu_rgba_blend(sc->info, img, buf, height, width, startx, starty, alpha);
+
+	return img->height;
+}
+
+static struct image_renderer qoi = {
+	.type = filetype_qoi,
+	.open = qoi_open,
+	.close = qoi_close,
+	.renderer = qoi_renderer,
+	.keep_file_data = 1,
+};
+
+static int qoi_init(void)
+{
+	return image_renderer_register(&qoi);
+}
+fs_initcall(qoi_init);
diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.h b/lib/gui/qoi.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..988f9edcb4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/lib/gui/qoi.h
@@ -0,0 +1,671 @@
+/*
+
+QOI - The "Quite OK Image" format for fast, lossless image compression
+
+Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
+
+
+-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
+
+Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
+this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
+the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
+use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
+of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
+so, subject to the following conditions :
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
+copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
+SOFTWARE.
+
+
+-- About
+
+QOI encodes and decodes images in a lossless format. Compared to stb_image and
+stb_image_write QOI offers 20x-50x faster encoding, 3x-4x faster decoding and
+20% better compression.
+
+
+-- Synopsis
+
+// Define `QOI_IMPLEMENTATION` in *one* C/C++ file before including this
+// library to create the implementation.
+
+#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
+#include "qoi.h"
+
+// Encode and store an RGBA buffer to the file system. The qoi_desc describes
+// the input pixel data.
+qoi_write("image_new.qoi", rgba_pixels, &(qoi_desc){
+	.width = 1920,
+	.height = 1080,
+	.channels = 4,
+	.colorspace = QOI_SRGB
+});
+
+// Load and decode a QOI image from the file system into a 32bbp RGBA buffer.
+// The qoi_desc struct will be filled with the width, height, number of channels
+// and colorspace read from the file header.
+qoi_desc desc;
+void *rgba_pixels = qoi_read("image.qoi", &desc, 4);
+
+
+
+-- Documentation
+
+This library provides the following functions;
+- qoi_read    -- read and decode a QOI file
+- qoi_decode  -- decode the raw bytes of a QOI image from memory
+- qoi_write   -- encode and write a QOI file
+- qoi_encode  -- encode an rgba buffer into a QOI image in memory
+
+See the function declaration below for the signature and more information.
+
+If you don't want/need the qoi_read and qoi_write functions, you can define
+QOI_NO_STDIO before including this library.
+
+This library uses malloc() and free(). To supply your own malloc implementation
+you can define QOI_MALLOC and QOI_FREE before including this library.
+
+This library uses memset() to zero-initialize the index. To supply your own
+implementation you can define QOI_ZEROARR before including this library.
+
+
+-- Data Format
+
+A QOI file has a 14 byte header, followed by any number of data "chunks" and an
+8-byte end marker.
+
+struct qoi_header_t {
+	char     magic[4];   // magic bytes "qoif"
+	uint32_t width;      // image width in pixels (BE)
+	uint32_t height;     // image height in pixels (BE)
+	uint8_t  channels;   // 3 = RGB, 4 = RGBA
+	uint8_t  colorspace; // 0 = sRGB with linear alpha, 1 = all channels linear
+};
+
+Images are encoded row by row, left to right, top to bottom. The decoder and
+encoder start with {r: 0, g: 0, b: 0, a: 255} as the previous pixel value. An
+image is complete when all pixels specified by width * height have been covered.
+
+Pixels are encoded as
+ - a run of the previous pixel
+ - an index into an array of previously seen pixels
+ - a difference to the previous pixel value in r,g,b
+ - full r,g,b or r,g,b,a values
+
+The color channels are assumed to not be premultiplied with the alpha channel
+("un-premultiplied alpha").
+
+A running array[64] (zero-initialized) of previously seen pixel values is
+maintained by the encoder and decoder. Each pixel that is seen by the encoder
+and decoder is put into this array at the position formed by a hash function of
+the color value. In the encoder, if the pixel value at the index matches the
+current pixel, this index position is written to the stream as QOI_OP_INDEX.
+The hash function for the index is:
+
+	index_position = (r * 3 + g * 5 + b * 7 + a * 11) % 64
+
+Each chunk starts with a 2- or 8-bit tag, followed by a number of data bits. The
+bit length of chunks is divisible by 8 - i.e. all chunks are byte aligned. All
+values encoded in these data bits have the most significant bit on the left.
+
+The 8-bit tags have precedence over the 2-bit tags. A decoder must check for the
+presence of an 8-bit tag first.
+
+The byte stream's end is marked with 7 0x00 bytes followed a single 0x01 byte.
+
+
+The possible chunks are:
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_INDEX ----------.
+|         Byte[0]         |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
+|-------+-----------------|
+|  0  0 |     index       |
+`-------------------------`
+2-bit tag b00
+6-bit index into the color index array: 0..63
+
+A valid encoder must not issue 2 or more consecutive QOI_OP_INDEX chunks to the
+same index. QOI_OP_RUN should be used instead.
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_DIFF -----------.
+|         Byte[0]         |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
+|-------+-----+-----+-----|
+|  0  1 |  dr |  dg |  db |
+`-------------------------`
+2-bit tag b01
+2-bit   red channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
+2-bit green channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
+2-bit  blue channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
+
+The difference to the current channel values are using a wraparound operation,
+so "1 - 2" will result in 255, while "255 + 1" will result in 0.
+
+Values are stored as unsigned integers with a bias of 2. E.g. -2 is stored as
+0 (b00). 1 is stored as 3 (b11).
+
+The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_LUMA -------------------------------------.
+|         Byte[0]         |         Byte[1]         |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
+|-------+-----------------+-------------+-----------|
+|  1  0 |  green diff     |   dr - dg   |  db - dg  |
+`---------------------------------------------------`
+2-bit tag b10
+6-bit green channel difference from the previous pixel -32..31
+4-bit   red channel difference minus green channel difference -8..7
+4-bit  blue channel difference minus green channel difference -8..7
+
+The green channel is used to indicate the general direction of change and is
+encoded in 6 bits. The red and blue channels (dr and db) base their diffs off
+of the green channel difference and are encoded in 4 bits. I.e.:
+	dr_dg = (cur_px.r - prev_px.r) - (cur_px.g - prev_px.g)
+	db_dg = (cur_px.b - prev_px.b) - (cur_px.g - prev_px.g)
+
+The difference to the current channel values are using a wraparound operation,
+so "10 - 13" will result in 253, while "250 + 7" will result in 1.
+
+Values are stored as unsigned integers with a bias of 32 for the green channel
+and a bias of 8 for the red and blue channel.
+
+The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_RUN ------------.
+|         Byte[0]         |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
+|-------+-----------------|
+|  1  1 |       run       |
+`-------------------------`
+2-bit tag b11
+6-bit run-length repeating the previous pixel: 1..62
+
+The run-length is stored with a bias of -1. Note that the run-lengths 63 and 64
+(b111110 and b111111) are illegal as they are occupied by the QOI_OP_RGB and
+QOI_OP_RGBA tags.
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_RGB ------------------------------------------.
+|         Byte[0]         | Byte[1] | Byte[2] | Byte[3] |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  |
+|-------------------------+---------+---------+---------|
+|  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  0 |   red   |  green  |  blue   |
+`-------------------------------------------------------`
+8-bit tag b11111110
+8-bit   red channel value
+8-bit green channel value
+8-bit  blue channel value
+
+The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
+
+
+.- QOI_OP_RGBA ---------------------------------------------------.
+|         Byte[0]         | Byte[1] | Byte[2] | Byte[3] | Byte[4] |
+|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  |
+|-------------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------|
+|  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1 |   red   |  green  |  blue   |  alpha  |
+`-----------------------------------------------------------------`
+8-bit tag b11111111
+8-bit   red channel value
+8-bit green channel value
+8-bit  blue channel value
+8-bit alpha channel value
+
+*/
+
+
+/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+Header - Public functions */
+
+#ifndef QOI_H
+#define QOI_H
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+extern "C" {
+#endif
+
+/* A pointer to a qoi_desc struct has to be supplied to all of qoi's functions.
+It describes either the input format (for qoi_write and qoi_encode), or is
+filled with the description read from the file header (for qoi_read and
+qoi_decode).
+
+The colorspace in this qoi_desc is an enum where
+	0 = sRGB, i.e. gamma scaled RGB channels and a linear alpha channel
+	1 = all channels are linear
+You may use the constants QOI_SRGB or QOI_LINEAR. The colorspace is purely
+informative. It will be saved to the file header, but does not affect
+how chunks are en-/decoded. */
+
+#define QOI_SRGB   0
+#define QOI_LINEAR 1
+
+typedef struct {
+	unsigned int width;
+	unsigned int height;
+	unsigned char channels;
+	unsigned char colorspace;
+} qoi_desc;
+
+#ifndef QOI_NO_STDIO
+
+/* Encode raw RGB or RGBA pixels into a QOI image and write it to the file
+system. The qoi_desc struct must be filled with the image width, height,
+number of channels (3 = RGB, 4 = RGBA) and the colorspace.
+
+The function returns 0 on failure (invalid parameters, or fopen or malloc
+failed) or the number of bytes written on success. */
+
+int qoi_write(const char *filename, const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc);
+
+
+/* Read and decode a QOI image from the file system. If channels is 0, the
+number of channels from the file header is used. If channels is 3 or 4 the
+output format will be forced into this number of channels.
+
+The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid data, or malloc or fopen
+failed) or a pointer to the decoded pixels. On success, the qoi_desc struct
+will be filled with the description from the file header.
+
+The returned pixel data should be free()d after use. */
+
+void *qoi_read(const char *filename, qoi_desc *desc, int channels);
+
+#endif /* QOI_NO_STDIO */
+
+
+/* Encode raw RGB or RGBA pixels into a QOI image in memory.
+
+The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid parameters or malloc
+failed) or a pointer to the encoded data on success. On success the out_len
+is set to the size in bytes of the encoded data.
+
+The returned qoi data should be free()d after use. */
+
+void *qoi_encode(const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc, int *out_len);
+
+
+/* Decode a QOI image from memory.
+
+The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid parameters or malloc
+failed) or a pointer to the decoded pixels. On success, the qoi_desc struct
+is filled with the description from the file header.
+
+The returned pixel data should be free()d after use. */
+
+void *qoi_decode(const void *data, int size, qoi_desc *desc, int channels);
+
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+}
+#endif
+#endif /* QOI_H */
+
+
+/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+Implementation */
+
+#ifdef QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <string.h>
+
+#ifndef QOI_MALLOC
+	#define QOI_MALLOC(sz) malloc(sz)
+	#define QOI_FREE(p)    free(p)
+#endif
+#ifndef QOI_ZEROARR
+	#define QOI_ZEROARR(a) memset((a),0,sizeof(a))
+#endif
+
+#define QOI_OP_INDEX  0x00 /* 00xxxxxx */
+#define QOI_OP_DIFF   0x40 /* 01xxxxxx */
+#define QOI_OP_LUMA   0x80 /* 10xxxxxx */
+#define QOI_OP_RUN    0xc0 /* 11xxxxxx */
+#define QOI_OP_RGB    0xfe /* 11111110 */
+#define QOI_OP_RGBA   0xff /* 11111111 */
+
+#define QOI_MASK_2    0xc0 /* 11000000 */
+
+#define QOI_COLOR_HASH(C) (C.rgba.r*3 + C.rgba.g*5 + C.rgba.b*7 + C.rgba.a*11)
+#define QOI_MAGIC \
+	(((unsigned int)'q') << 24 | ((unsigned int)'o') << 16 | \
+	 ((unsigned int)'i') <<  8 | ((unsigned int)'f'))
+#define QOI_HEADER_SIZE 14
+
+/* 2GB is the max file size that this implementation can safely handle. We guard
+against anything larger than that, assuming the worst case with 5 bytes per
+pixel, rounded down to a nice clean value. 400 million pixels ought to be
+enough for anybody. */
+#define QOI_PIXELS_MAX ((unsigned int)400000000)
+
+typedef union {
+	struct { unsigned char r, g, b, a; } rgba;
+	unsigned int v;
+} qoi_rgba_t;
+
+static const unsigned char qoi_padding[8] = {0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1};
+
+static void qoi_write_32(unsigned char *bytes, int *p, unsigned int v) {
+	bytes[(*p)++] = (0xff000000 & v) >> 24;
+	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x00ff0000 & v) >> 16;
+	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x0000ff00 & v) >> 8;
+	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x000000ff & v);
+}
+
+static unsigned int qoi_read_32(const unsigned char *bytes, int *p) {
+	unsigned int a = bytes[(*p)++];
+	unsigned int b = bytes[(*p)++];
+	unsigned int c = bytes[(*p)++];
+	unsigned int d = bytes[(*p)++];
+	return a << 24 | b << 16 | c << 8 | d;
+}
+
+void *qoi_encode(const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc, int *out_len) {
+	int i, max_size, p, run;
+	int px_len, px_end, px_pos, channels;
+	unsigned char *bytes;
+	const unsigned char *pixels;
+	qoi_rgba_t index[64];
+	qoi_rgba_t px, px_prev;
+
+	if (
+		data == NULL || out_len == NULL || desc == NULL ||
+		desc->width == 0 || desc->height == 0 ||
+		desc->channels < 3 || desc->channels > 4 ||
+		desc->colorspace > 1 ||
+		desc->height >= QOI_PIXELS_MAX / desc->width
+	) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	max_size =
+		desc->width * desc->height * (desc->channels + 1) +
+		QOI_HEADER_SIZE + sizeof(qoi_padding);
+
+	p = 0;
+	bytes = (unsigned char *) QOI_MALLOC(max_size);
+	if (!bytes) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, QOI_MAGIC);
+	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, desc->width);
+	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, desc->height);
+	bytes[p++] = desc->channels;
+	bytes[p++] = desc->colorspace;
+
+
+	pixels = (const unsigned char *)data;
+
+	QOI_ZEROARR(index);
+
+	run = 0;
+	px_prev.rgba.r = 0;
+	px_prev.rgba.g = 0;
+	px_prev.rgba.b = 0;
+	px_prev.rgba.a = 255;
+	px = px_prev;
+
+	px_len = desc->width * desc->height * desc->channels;
+	px_end = px_len - desc->channels;
+	channels = desc->channels;
+
+	for (px_pos = 0; px_pos < px_len; px_pos += channels) {
+		if (channels == 4) {
+			px = *(qoi_rgba_t *)(pixels + px_pos);
+		}
+		else {
+			px.rgba.r = pixels[px_pos + 0];
+			px.rgba.g = pixels[px_pos + 1];
+			px.rgba.b = pixels[px_pos + 2];
+		}
+
+		if (px.v == px_prev.v) {
+			run++;
+			if (run == 62 || px_pos == px_end) {
+				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RUN | (run - 1);
+				run = 0;
+			}
+		}
+		else {
+			int index_pos;
+
+			if (run > 0) {
+				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RUN | (run - 1);
+				run = 0;
+			}
+
+			index_pos = QOI_COLOR_HASH(px) % 64;
+
+			if (index[index_pos].v == px.v) {
+				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_INDEX | index_pos;
+			}
+			else {
+				index[index_pos] = px;
+
+				if (px.rgba.a == px_prev.rgba.a) {
+					signed char vr = px.rgba.r - px_prev.rgba.r;
+					signed char vg = px.rgba.g - px_prev.rgba.g;
+					signed char vb = px.rgba.b - px_prev.rgba.b;
+
+					signed char vg_r = vr - vg;
+					signed char vg_b = vb - vg;
+
+					if (
+						vr > -3 && vr < 2 &&
+						vg > -3 && vg < 2 &&
+						vb > -3 && vb < 2
+					) {
+						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_DIFF | (vr + 2) << 4 | (vg + 2) << 2 | (vb + 2);
+					}
+					else if (
+						vg_r >  -9 && vg_r <  8 &&
+						vg   > -33 && vg   < 32 &&
+						vg_b >  -9 && vg_b <  8
+					) {
+						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_LUMA     | (vg   + 32);
+						bytes[p++] = (vg_r + 8) << 4 | (vg_b +  8);
+					}
+					else {
+						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RGB;
+						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.r;
+						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.g;
+						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.b;
+					}
+				}
+				else {
+					bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RGBA;
+					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.r;
+					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.g;
+					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.b;
+					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.a;
+				}
+			}
+		}
+		px_prev = px;
+	}
+
+	for (i = 0; i < (int)sizeof(qoi_padding); i++) {
+		bytes[p++] = qoi_padding[i];
+	}
+
+	*out_len = p;
+	return bytes;
+}
+
+void *qoi_decode(const void *data, int size, qoi_desc *desc, int channels) {
+	const unsigned char *bytes;
+	unsigned int header_magic;
+	unsigned char *pixels;
+	qoi_rgba_t index[64];
+	qoi_rgba_t px;
+	int px_len, chunks_len, px_pos;
+	int p = 0, run = 0;
+
+	if (
+		data == NULL || desc == NULL ||
+		(channels != 0 && channels != 3 && channels != 4) ||
+		size < QOI_HEADER_SIZE + (int)sizeof(qoi_padding)
+	) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	bytes = (const unsigned char *)data;
+
+	header_magic = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
+	desc->width = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
+	desc->height = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
+	desc->channels = bytes[p++];
+	desc->colorspace = bytes[p++];
+
+	if (
+		desc->width == 0 || desc->height == 0 ||
+		desc->channels < 3 || desc->channels > 4 ||
+		desc->colorspace > 1 ||
+		header_magic != QOI_MAGIC ||
+		desc->height >= QOI_PIXELS_MAX / desc->width
+	) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	if (channels == 0) {
+		channels = desc->channels;
+	}
+
+	px_len = desc->width * desc->height * channels;
+	pixels = (unsigned char *) QOI_MALLOC(px_len);
+	if (!pixels) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	QOI_ZEROARR(index);
+	px.rgba.r = 0;
+	px.rgba.g = 0;
+	px.rgba.b = 0;
+	px.rgba.a = 255;
+
+	chunks_len = size - (int)sizeof(qoi_padding);
+	for (px_pos = 0; px_pos < px_len; px_pos += channels) {
+		if (run > 0) {
+			run--;
+		}
+		else if (p < chunks_len) {
+			int b1 = bytes[p++];
+
+			if (b1 == QOI_OP_RGB) {
+				px.rgba.r = bytes[p++];
+				px.rgba.g = bytes[p++];
+				px.rgba.b = bytes[p++];
+			}
+			else if (b1 == QOI_OP_RGBA) {
+				px.rgba.r = bytes[p++];
+				px.rgba.g = bytes[p++];
+				px.rgba.b = bytes[p++];
+				px.rgba.a = bytes[p++];
+			}
+			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_INDEX) {
+				px = index[b1];
+			}
+			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_DIFF) {
+				px.rgba.r += ((b1 >> 4) & 0x03) - 2;
+				px.rgba.g += ((b1 >> 2) & 0x03) - 2;
+				px.rgba.b += ( b1       & 0x03) - 2;
+			}
+			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_LUMA) {
+				int b2 = bytes[p++];
+				int vg = (b1 & 0x3f) - 32;
+				px.rgba.r += vg - 8 + ((b2 >> 4) & 0x0f);
+				px.rgba.g += vg;
+				px.rgba.b += vg - 8 +  (b2       & 0x0f);
+			}
+			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_RUN) {
+				run = (b1 & 0x3f);
+			}
+
+			index[QOI_COLOR_HASH(px) % 64] = px;
+		}
+
+		if (channels == 4) {
+			*(qoi_rgba_t*)(pixels + px_pos) = px;
+		}
+		else {
+			pixels[px_pos + 0] = px.rgba.r;
+			pixels[px_pos + 1] = px.rgba.g;
+			pixels[px_pos + 2] = px.rgba.b;
+		}
+	}
+
+	return pixels;
+}
+
+#ifndef QOI_NO_STDIO
+#include <stdio.h>
+
+int qoi_write(const char *filename, const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc) {
+	FILE *f = fopen(filename, "wb");
+	int size;
+	void *encoded;
+
+	if (!f) {
+		return 0;
+	}
+
+	encoded = qoi_encode(data, desc, &size);
+	if (!encoded) {
+		fclose(f);
+		return 0;
+	}
+
+	fwrite(encoded, 1, size, f);
+	fclose(f);
+
+	QOI_FREE(encoded);
+	return size;
+}
+
+void *qoi_read(const char *filename, qoi_desc *desc, int channels) {
+	FILE *f = fopen(filename, "rb");
+	int size, bytes_read;
+	void *pixels, *data;
+
+	if (!f) {
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	fseek(f, 0, SEEK_END);
+	size = ftell(f);
+	if (size <= 0) {
+		fclose(f);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+	fseek(f, 0, SEEK_SET);
+
+	data = QOI_MALLOC(size);
+	if (!data) {
+		fclose(f);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	bytes_read = fread(data, 1, size, f);
+	fclose(f);
+
+	pixels = qoi_decode(data, bytes_read, desc, channels);
+	QOI_FREE(data);
+	return pixels;
+}
+
+#endif /* QOI_NO_STDIO */
+#endif /* QOI_IMPLEMENTATION */
-- 
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* [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-14 10:29   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 4/5] logo: Enable image format selection for the logo Jules Maselbas
                   ` (2 subsequent siblings)
  5 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

ImageMagick will eventually support the qoi image format, in the
mean time add a png to qoi conversion program.

Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
---
 scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
 scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
 scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
 scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 4 files changed, 7853 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
 create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h

diff --git a/scripts/Kconfig b/scripts/Kconfig
index 9b744deba9..747f665e02 100644
--- a/scripts/Kconfig
+++ b/scripts/Kconfig
@@ -110,6 +110,11 @@ config RK_USB_LOADER
 
 	  You need libusb-1.0 to compile this tool.
 
+config QOICONV
+	bool "QOI image format conversion" if COMPILE_HOST_TOOLS
+	help
+	  This enable converting png to qoi images to generate boot logo.
+
 endmenu
 
 menu "Target Tools"
diff --git a/scripts/Makefile b/scripts/Makefile
index dc5fa75f90..cbaf2d55ff 100644
--- a/scripts/Makefile
+++ b/scripts/Makefile
@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ hostprogs-always-y					+= fix_size
 hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxenv
 hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxcrc32
 hostprogs-always-y					+= kernel-install
+hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_QOICONV)			+= qoiconv
 hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_RSA_BUILTIN_KEYS)	+= rsatoc
 HOSTCFLAGS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --cflags openssl`
 HOSTLDLIBS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --libs openssl`
diff --git a/scripts/qoiconv.c b/scripts/qoiconv.c
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..010c70ead0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/scripts/qoiconv.c
@@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
+/*
+
+Command line tool to convert between png <> qoi format
+
+Requires "stb_image.h" and "stb_image_write.h"
+Compile with: 
+	gcc qoiconv.c -std=c99 -O3 -o qoiconv
+
+Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
+
+
+-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
+
+Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
+this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
+the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
+use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
+of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
+so, subject to the following conditions :
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
+copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
+SOFTWARE.
+
+*/
+
+
+#define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
+#define STBI_ONLY_PNG
+#define STBI_NO_LINEAR
+#include "stb_image.h"
+
+#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
+#include "../lib/gui/qoi.h"
+
+#define STR_ENDS_WITH(S, E) (strcmp(S + strlen(S) - (sizeof(E)-1), E) == 0)
+
+int main(int argc, char **argv) {
+	if (argc < 3) {
+		puts("Usage: qoiconv <infile> <outfile>");
+		puts("Examples:");
+		puts("  qoiconv input.png output.qoi");
+		puts("  qoiconv input.qoi output.png");
+		exit(1);
+	}
+
+	void *pixels = NULL;
+	int w, h, channels;
+	if (STR_ENDS_WITH(argv[1], ".png")) {
+		if(!stbi_info(argv[1], &w, &h, &channels)) {
+			printf("Couldn't read header %s\n", argv[1]);
+			exit(1);
+		}
+
+		// Force all odd encodings to be RGBA
+		if(channels != 3) {
+			channels = 4;
+		}
+
+		pixels = (void *)stbi_load(argv[1], &w, &h, NULL, channels);
+	}
+	if (pixels == NULL) {
+		printf("Couldn't load/decode %s\n", argv[1]);
+		exit(1);
+	}
+
+	int encoded = 0;
+	if (STR_ENDS_WITH(argv[2], ".qoi")) {
+		encoded = qoi_write(argv[2], pixels, &(qoi_desc){
+			.width = w,
+			.height = h, 
+			.channels = channels,
+			.colorspace = QOI_SRGB
+		});
+	}
+
+	if (!encoded) {
+		printf("Couldn't write/encode %s\n", argv[2]);
+		exit(1);
+	}
+
+	free(pixels);
+	return 0;
+}
diff --git a/scripts/stb_image.h b/scripts/stb_image.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..742fac74f7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/scripts/stb_image.h
@@ -0,0 +1,7756 @@
+/* stb_image - v2.26 - public domain image loader - http://nothings.org/stb
+                                  no warranty implied; use at your own risk
+
+   Do this:
+      #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
+   before you include this file in *one* C or C++ file to create the implementation.
+
+   // i.e. it should look like this:
+   #include ...
+   #include ...
+   #include ...
+   #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
+   #include "stb_image.h"
+
+   You can #define STBI_ASSERT(x) before the #include to avoid using assert.h.
+   And #define STBI_MALLOC, STBI_REALLOC, and STBI_FREE to avoid using malloc,realloc,free
+
+
+   QUICK NOTES:
+      Primarily of interest to game developers and other people who can
+          avoid problematic images and only need the trivial interface
+
+      JPEG baseline & progressive (12 bpc/arithmetic not supported, same as stock IJG lib)
+      PNG 1/2/4/8/16-bit-per-channel
+
+      TGA (not sure what subset, if a subset)
+      BMP non-1bpp, non-RLE
+      PSD (composited view only, no extra channels, 8/16 bit-per-channel)
+
+      GIF (*comp always reports as 4-channel)
+      HDR (radiance rgbE format)
+      PIC (Softimage PIC)
+      PNM (PPM and PGM binary only)
+
+      Animated GIF still needs a proper API, but here's one way to do it:
+          http://gist.github.com/urraka/685d9a6340b26b830d49
+
+      - decode from memory or through FILE (define STBI_NO_STDIO to remove code)
+      - decode from arbitrary I/O callbacks
+      - SIMD acceleration on x86/x64 (SSE2) and ARM (NEON)
+
+   Full documentation under "DOCUMENTATION" below.
+
+
+LICENSE
+
+  See end of file for license information.
+
+RECENT REVISION HISTORY:
+
+      2.26  (2020-07-13) many minor fixes
+      2.25  (2020-02-02) fix warnings
+      2.24  (2020-02-02) fix warnings; thread-local failure_reason and flip_vertically
+      2.23  (2019-08-11) fix clang static analysis warning
+      2.22  (2019-03-04) gif fixes, fix warnings
+      2.21  (2019-02-25) fix typo in comment
+      2.20  (2019-02-07) support utf8 filenames in Windows; fix warnings and platform ifdefs
+      2.19  (2018-02-11) fix warning
+      2.18  (2018-01-30) fix warnings
+      2.17  (2018-01-29) bugfix, 1-bit BMP, 16-bitness query, fix warnings
+      2.16  (2017-07-23) all functions have 16-bit variants; optimizations; bugfixes
+      2.15  (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4; all Imagenet JPGs; no runtime SSE detection on GCC
+      2.14  (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs
+      2.13  (2016-12-04) experimental 16-bit API, only for PNG so far; fixes
+      2.12  (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes
+      2.11  (2016-04-02) 16-bit PNGS; enable SSE2 in non-gcc x64
+                         RGB-format JPEG; remove white matting in PSD;
+                         allocate large structures on the stack;
+                         correct channel count for PNG & BMP
+      2.10  (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09
+      2.09  (2016-01-16) 16-bit TGA; comments in PNM files; STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
+
+   See end of file for full revision history.
+
+
+ ============================    Contributors    =========================
+
+ Image formats                          Extensions, features
+    Sean Barrett (jpeg, png, bmp)          Jetro Lauha (stbi_info)
+    Nicolas Schulz (hdr, psd)              Martin "SpartanJ" Golini (stbi_info)
+    Jonathan Dummer (tga)                  James "moose2000" Brown (iPhone PNG)
+    Jean-Marc Lienher (gif)                Ben "Disch" Wenger (io callbacks)
+    Tom Seddon (pic)                       Omar Cornut (1/2/4-bit PNG)
+    Thatcher Ulrich (psd)                  Nicolas Guillemot (vertical flip)
+    Ken Miller (pgm, ppm)                  Richard Mitton (16-bit PSD)
+    github:urraka (animated gif)           Junggon Kim (PNM comments)
+    Christopher Forseth (animated gif)     Daniel Gibson (16-bit TGA)
+                                           socks-the-fox (16-bit PNG)
+                                           Jeremy Sawicki (handle all ImageNet JPGs)
+ Optimizations & bugfixes                  Mikhail Morozov (1-bit BMP)
+    Fabian "ryg" Giesen                    Anael Seghezzi (is-16-bit query)
+    Arseny Kapoulkine
+    John-Mark Allen
+    Carmelo J Fdez-Aguera
+
+ Bug & warning fixes
+    Marc LeBlanc            David Woo          Guillaume George     Martins Mozeiko
+    Christpher Lloyd        Jerry Jansson      Joseph Thomson       Blazej Dariusz Roszkowski
+    Phil Jordan                                Dave Moore           Roy Eltham
+    Hayaki Saito            Nathan Reed        Won Chun
+    Luke Graham             Johan Duparc       Nick Verigakis       the Horde3D community
+    Thomas Ruf              Ronny Chevalier                         github:rlyeh
+    Janez Zemva             John Bartholomew   Michal Cichon        github:romigrou
+    Jonathan Blow           Ken Hamada         Tero Hanninen        github:svdijk
+                            Laurent Gomila     Cort Stratton        github:snagar
+    Aruelien Pocheville     Sergio Gonzalez    Thibault Reuille     github:Zelex
+    Cass Everitt            Ryamond Barbiero                        github:grim210
+    Paul Du Bois            Engin Manap        Aldo Culquicondor    github:sammyhw
+    Philipp Wiesemann       Dale Weiler        Oriol Ferrer Mesia   github:phprus
+    Josh Tobin                                 Matthew Gregan       github:poppolopoppo
+    Julian Raschke          Gregory Mullen     Christian Floisand   github:darealshinji
+    Baldur Karlsson         Kevin Schmidt      JR Smith             github:Michaelangel007
+                            Brad Weinberger    Matvey Cherevko      [reserved]
+    Luca Sas                Alexander Veselov  Zack Middleton       [reserved]
+    Ryan C. Gordon          [reserved]                              [reserved]
+                     DO NOT ADD YOUR NAME HERE
+
+  To add your name to the credits, pick a random blank space in the middle and fill it.
+  80% of merge conflicts on stb PRs are due to people adding their name at the end
+  of the credits.
+*/
+
+#ifndef STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
+#define STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
+
+// DOCUMENTATION
+//
+// Limitations:
+//    - no 12-bit-per-channel JPEG
+//    - no JPEGs with arithmetic coding
+//    - GIF always returns *comp=4
+//
+// Basic usage (see HDR discussion below for HDR usage):
+//    int x,y,n;
+//    unsigned char *data = stbi_load(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0);
+//    // ... process data if not NULL ...
+//    // ... x = width, y = height, n = # 8-bit components per pixel ...
+//    // ... replace '0' with '1'..'4' to force that many components per pixel
+//    // ... but 'n' will always be the number that it would have been if you said 0
+//    stbi_image_free(data)
+//
+// Standard parameters:
+//    int *x                 -- outputs image width in pixels
+//    int *y                 -- outputs image height in pixels
+//    int *channels_in_file  -- outputs # of image components in image file
+//    int desired_channels   -- if non-zero, # of image components requested in result
+//
+// The return value from an image loader is an 'unsigned char *' which points
+// to the pixel data, or NULL on an allocation failure or if the image is
+// corrupt or invalid. The pixel data consists of *y scanlines of *x pixels,
+// with each pixel consisting of N interleaved 8-bit components; the first
+// pixel pointed to is top-left-most in the image. There is no padding between
+// image scanlines or between pixels, regardless of format. The number of
+// components N is 'desired_channels' if desired_channels is non-zero, or
+// *channels_in_file otherwise. If desired_channels is non-zero,
+// *channels_in_file has the number of components that _would_ have been
+// output otherwise. E.g. if you set desired_channels to 4, you will always
+// get RGBA output, but you can check *channels_in_file to see if it's trivially
+// opaque because e.g. there were only 3 channels in the source image.
+//
+// An output image with N components has the following components interleaved
+// in this order in each pixel:
+//
+//     N=#comp     components
+//       1           grey
+//       2           grey, alpha
+//       3           red, green, blue
+//       4           red, green, blue, alpha
+//
+// If image loading fails for any reason, the return value will be NULL,
+// and *x, *y, *channels_in_file will be unchanged. The function
+// stbi_failure_reason() can be queried for an extremely brief, end-user
+// unfriendly explanation of why the load failed. Define STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
+// to avoid compiling these strings at all, and STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG to get slightly
+// more user-friendly ones.
+//
+// Paletted PNG, BMP, GIF, and PIC images are automatically depalettized.
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// UNICODE:
+//
+//   If compiling for Windows and you wish to use Unicode filenames, compile
+//   with
+//       #define STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8
+//   and pass utf8-encoded filenames. Call stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8 to convert
+//   Windows wchar_t filenames to utf8.
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// Philosophy
+//
+// stb libraries are designed with the following priorities:
+//
+//    1. easy to use
+//    2. easy to maintain
+//    3. good performance
+//
+// Sometimes I let "good performance" creep up in priority over "easy to maintain",
+// and for best performance I may provide less-easy-to-use APIs that give higher
+// performance, in addition to the easy-to-use ones. Nevertheless, it's important
+// to keep in mind that from the standpoint of you, a client of this library,
+// all you care about is #1 and #3, and stb libraries DO NOT emphasize #3 above all.
+//
+// Some secondary priorities arise directly from the first two, some of which
+// provide more explicit reasons why performance can't be emphasized.
+//
+//    - Portable ("ease of use")
+//    - Small source code footprint ("easy to maintain")
+//    - No dependencies ("ease of use")
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// I/O callbacks
+//
+// I/O callbacks allow you to read from arbitrary sources, like packaged
+// files or some other source. Data read from callbacks are processed
+// through a small internal buffer (currently 128 bytes) to try to reduce
+// overhead.
+//
+// The three functions you must define are "read" (reads some bytes of data),
+// "skip" (skips some bytes of data), "eof" (reports if the stream is at the end).
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// SIMD support
+//
+// The JPEG decoder will try to automatically use SIMD kernels on x86 when
+// supported by the compiler. For ARM Neon support, you must explicitly
+// request it.
+//
+// (The old do-it-yourself SIMD API is no longer supported in the current
+// code.)
+//
+// On x86, SSE2 will automatically be used when available based on a run-time
+// test; if not, the generic C versions are used as a fall-back. On ARM targets,
+// the typical path is to have separate builds for NEON and non-NEON devices
+// (at least this is true for iOS and Android). Therefore, the NEON support is
+// toggled by a build flag: define STBI_NEON to get NEON loops.
+//
+// If for some reason you do not want to use any of SIMD code, or if
+// you have issues compiling it, you can disable it entirely by
+// defining STBI_NO_SIMD.
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// HDR image support   (disable by defining STBI_NO_HDR)
+//
+// stb_image supports loading HDR images in general, and currently the Radiance
+// .HDR file format specifically. You can still load any file through the existing
+// interface; if you attempt to load an HDR file, it will be automatically remapped
+// to LDR, assuming gamma 2.2 and an arbitrary scale factor defaulting to 1;
+// both of these constants can be reconfigured through this interface:
+//
+//     stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(2.2f);
+//     stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(1.0f);
+//
+// (note, do not use _inverse_ constants; stbi_image will invert them
+// appropriately).
+//
+// Additionally, there is a new, parallel interface for loading files as
+// (linear) floats to preserve the full dynamic range:
+//
+//    float *data = stbi_loadf(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0);
+//
+// If you load LDR images through this interface, those images will
+// be promoted to floating point values, run through the inverse of
+// constants corresponding to the above:
+//
+//     stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(1.0f);
+//     stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(2.2f);
+//
+// Finally, given a filename (or an open file or memory block--see header
+// file for details) containing image data, you can query for the "most
+// appropriate" interface to use (that is, whether the image is HDR or
+// not), using:
+//
+//     stbi_is_hdr(char *filename);
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// iPhone PNG support:
+//
+// By default we convert iphone-formatted PNGs back to RGB, even though
+// they are internally encoded differently. You can disable this conversion
+// by calling stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(0), in which case
+// you will always just get the native iphone "format" through (which
+// is BGR stored in RGB).
+//
+// Call stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(1) as well to force a divide per
+// pixel to remove any premultiplied alpha *only* if the image file explicitly
+// says there's premultiplied data (currently only happens in iPhone images,
+// and only if iPhone convert-to-rgb processing is on).
+//
+// ===========================================================================
+//
+// ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATION
+//
+//  - You can suppress implementation of any of the decoders to reduce
+//    your code footprint by #defining one or more of the following
+//    symbols before creating the implementation.
+//
+//        STBI_NO_JPEG
+//        STBI_NO_PNG
+//        STBI_NO_BMP
+//        STBI_NO_PSD
+//        STBI_NO_TGA
+//        STBI_NO_GIF
+//        STBI_NO_HDR
+//        STBI_NO_PIC
+//        STBI_NO_PNM   (.ppm and .pgm)
+//
+//  - You can request *only* certain decoders and suppress all other ones
+//    (this will be more forward-compatible, as addition of new decoders
+//    doesn't require you to disable them explicitly):
+//
+//        STBI_ONLY_JPEG
+//        STBI_ONLY_PNG
+//        STBI_ONLY_BMP
+//        STBI_ONLY_PSD
+//        STBI_ONLY_TGA
+//        STBI_ONLY_GIF
+//        STBI_ONLY_HDR
+//        STBI_ONLY_PIC
+//        STBI_ONLY_PNM   (.ppm and .pgm)
+//
+//   - If you use STBI_NO_PNG (or _ONLY_ without PNG), and you still
+//     want the zlib decoder to be available, #define STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB
+//
+//  - If you define STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS, stb_image will reject images greater
+//    than that size (in either width or height) without further processing.
+//    This is to let programs in the wild set an upper bound to prevent
+//    denial-of-service attacks on untrusted data, as one could generate a
+//    valid image of gigantic dimensions and force stb_image to allocate a
+//    huge block of memory and spend disproportionate time decoding it. By
+//    default this is set to (1 << 24), which is 16777216, but that's still
+//    very big.
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+#include <stdio.h>
+#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+#define STBI_VERSION 1
+
+enum
+{
+   STBI_default = 0, // only used for desired_channels
+
+   STBI_grey       = 1,
+   STBI_grey_alpha = 2,
+   STBI_rgb        = 3,
+   STBI_rgb_alpha  = 4
+};
+
+#include <stdlib.h>
+typedef unsigned char stbi_uc;
+typedef unsigned short stbi_us;
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+extern "C" {
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBIDEF
+#ifdef STB_IMAGE_STATIC
+#define STBIDEF static
+#else
+#define STBIDEF extern
+#endif
+#endif
+
+//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// PRIMARY API - works on images of any type
+//
+
+//
+// load image by filename, open file, or memory buffer
+//
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   int      (*read)  (void *user,char *data,int size);   // fill 'data' with 'size' bytes.  return number of bytes actually read
+   void     (*skip)  (void *user,int n);                 // skip the next 'n' bytes, or 'unget' the last -n bytes if negative
+   int      (*eof)   (void *user);                       // returns nonzero if we are at end of file/data
+} stbi_io_callbacks;
+
+////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// 8-bits-per-channel interface
+//
+
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory   (stbi_uc           const *buffer, int len   , int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk  , void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load            (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file  (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+// for stbi_load_from_file, file pointer is left pointing immediately after image
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_gif_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifdef STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8
+STBIDEF int stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8(char *buffer, size_t bufferlen, const wchar_t* input);
+#endif
+
+////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// 16-bits-per-channel interface
+//
+
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_memory   (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16          (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+#endif
+
+////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// float-per-channel interface
+//
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory     (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks  (stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y,  int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf            (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file  (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
+   #endif
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma);
+   STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale);
+#endif // STBI_NO_HDR
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+   STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma);
+   STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale);
+#endif // STBI_NO_LINEAR
+
+// stbi_is_hdr is always defined, but always returns false if STBI_NO_HDR
+STBIDEF int    stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user);
+STBIDEF int    stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len);
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr          (char const *filename);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f);
+#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+
+// get a VERY brief reason for failure
+// on most compilers (and ALL modern mainstream compilers) this is threadsafe
+STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason  (void);
+
+// free the loaded image -- this is just free()
+STBIDEF void     stbi_image_free      (void *retval_from_stbi_load);
+
+// get image dimensions & components without fully decoding
+STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user);
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF int      stbi_info               (char const *filename,     int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_file     (FILE *f,                  int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit          (char const *filename);
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(FILE *f);
+#endif
+
+
+
+// for image formats that explicitly notate that they have premultiplied alpha,
+// we just return the colors as stored in the file. set this flag to force
+// unpremultiplication. results are undefined if the unpremultiply overflow.
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply);
+
+// indicate whether we should process iphone images back to canonical format,
+// or just pass them through "as-is"
+STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert);
+
+// flip the image vertically, so the first pixel in the output array is the bottom left
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip);
+
+// as above, but only applies to images loaded on the thread that calls the function
+// this function is only available if your compiler supports thread-local variables;
+// calling it will fail to link if your compiler doesn't
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load_thread(int flag_true_if_should_flip);
+
+// ZLIB client - used by PNG, available for other purposes
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen);
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header);
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen);
+STBIDEF int   stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen);
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen);
+STBIDEF int   stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen);
+
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+}
+#endif
+
+//
+//
+////   end header file   /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#endif // STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
+
+#ifdef STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
+
+#if defined(STBI_ONLY_JPEG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_BMP) \
+  || defined(STBI_ONLY_TGA) || defined(STBI_ONLY_GIF) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PSD) \
+  || defined(STBI_ONLY_HDR) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PIC) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNM) \
+  || defined(STBI_ONLY_ZLIB)
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_JPEG
+   #define STBI_NO_JPEG
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNG
+   #define STBI_NO_PNG
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_BMP
+   #define STBI_NO_BMP
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PSD
+   #define STBI_NO_PSD
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_TGA
+   #define STBI_NO_TGA
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_GIF
+   #define STBI_NO_GIF
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_HDR
+   #define STBI_NO_HDR
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PIC
+   #define STBI_NO_PIC
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNM
+   #define STBI_NO_PNM
+   #endif
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && !defined(STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB) && !defined(STBI_NO_ZLIB)
+#define STBI_NO_ZLIB
+#endif
+
+
+#include <stdarg.h>
+#include <stddef.h> // ptrdiff_t on osx
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include <limits.h>
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
+#include <math.h>  // ldexp, pow
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+#include <stdio.h>
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_ASSERT
+#include <assert.h>
+#define STBI_ASSERT(x) assert(x)
+#endif
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+#define STBI_EXTERN extern "C"
+#else
+#define STBI_EXTERN extern
+#endif
+
+
+#ifndef _MSC_VER
+   #ifdef __cplusplus
+   #define stbi_inline inline
+   #else
+   #define stbi_inline
+   #endif
+#else
+   #define stbi_inline __forceinline
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_THREAD_LOCALS
+   #if defined(__cplusplus) &&  __cplusplus >= 201103L
+      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       thread_local
+   #elif defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__ < 5
+      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __thread
+   #elif defined(_MSC_VER)
+      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __declspec(thread)
+   #elif defined (__STDC_VERSION__) && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 201112L && !defined(__STDC_NO_THREADS__)
+      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       _Thread_local
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
+      #if defined(__GNUC__)
+        #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __thread
+      #endif
+   #endif
+#endif
+
+#ifdef _MSC_VER
+typedef unsigned short stbi__uint16;
+typedef   signed short stbi__int16;
+typedef unsigned int   stbi__uint32;
+typedef   signed int   stbi__int32;
+#else
+#include <stdint.h>
+typedef uint16_t stbi__uint16;
+typedef int16_t  stbi__int16;
+typedef uint32_t stbi__uint32;
+typedef int32_t  stbi__int32;
+#endif
+
+// should produce compiler error if size is wrong
+typedef unsigned char validate_uint32[sizeof(stbi__uint32)==4 ? 1 : -1];
+
+#ifdef _MSC_VER
+#define STBI_NOTUSED(v)  (void)(v)
+#else
+#define STBI_NOTUSED(v)  (void)sizeof(v)
+#endif
+
+#ifdef _MSC_VER
+#define STBI_HAS_LROTL
+#endif
+
+#ifdef STBI_HAS_LROTL
+   #define stbi_lrot(x,y)  _lrotl(x,y)
+#else
+   #define stbi_lrot(x,y)  (((x) << (y)) | ((x) >> (32 - (y))))
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_MALLOC) && defined(STBI_FREE) && (defined(STBI_REALLOC) || defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED))
+// ok
+#elif !defined(STBI_MALLOC) && !defined(STBI_FREE) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)
+// ok
+#else
+#error "Must define all or none of STBI_MALLOC, STBI_FREE, and STBI_REALLOC (or STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)."
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_MALLOC
+#define STBI_MALLOC(sz)           malloc(sz)
+#define STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz)     realloc(p,newsz)
+#define STBI_FREE(p)              free(p)
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
+#define STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(p,oldsz,newsz) STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz)
+#endif
+
+// x86/x64 detection
+#if defined(__x86_64__) || defined(_M_X64)
+#define STBI__X64_TARGET
+#elif defined(__i386) || defined(_M_IX86)
+#define STBI__X86_TARGET
+#endif
+
+#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(__SSE2__) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD)
+// gcc doesn't support sse2 intrinsics unless you compile with -msse2,
+// which in turn means it gets to use SSE2 everywhere. This is unfortunate,
+// but previous attempts to provide the SSE2 functions with runtime
+// detection caused numerous issues. The way architecture extensions are
+// exposed in GCC/Clang is, sadly, not really suited for one-file libs.
+// New behavior: if compiled with -msse2, we use SSE2 without any
+// detection; if not, we don't use it at all.
+#define STBI_NO_SIMD
+#endif
+
+#if defined(__MINGW32__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD)
+// Note that __MINGW32__ doesn't actually mean 32-bit, so we have to avoid STBI__X64_TARGET
+//
+// 32-bit MinGW wants ESP to be 16-byte aligned, but this is not in the
+// Windows ABI and VC++ as well as Windows DLLs don't maintain that invariant.
+// As a result, enabling SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW is dangerous when not
+// simultaneously enabling "-mstackrealign".
+//
+// See https://github.com/nothings/stb/issues/81 for more information.
+//
+// So default to no SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW. If you've read this far and added
+// -mstackrealign to your build settings, feel free to #define STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2.
+#define STBI_NO_SIMD
+#endif
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && (defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) || defined(STBI__X64_TARGET))
+#define STBI_SSE2
+#include <emmintrin.h>
+
+#ifdef _MSC_VER
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400  // not VC6
+#include <intrin.h> // __cpuid
+static int stbi__cpuid3(void)
+{
+   int info[4];
+   __cpuid(info,1);
+   return info[3];
+}
+#else
+static int stbi__cpuid3(void)
+{
+   int res;
+   __asm {
+      mov  eax,1
+      cpuid
+      mov  res,edx
+   }
+   return res;
+}
+#endif
+
+#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) __declspec(align(16)) type name
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_SSE2)
+static int stbi__sse2_available(void)
+{
+   int info3 = stbi__cpuid3();
+   return ((info3 >> 26) & 1) != 0;
+}
+#endif
+
+#else // assume GCC-style if not VC++
+#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16)))
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_SSE2)
+static int stbi__sse2_available(void)
+{
+   // If we're even attempting to compile this on GCC/Clang, that means
+   // -msse2 is on, which means the compiler is allowed to use SSE2
+   // instructions at will, and so are we.
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+#endif
+#endif
+
+// ARM NEON
+#if defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && defined(STBI_NEON)
+#undef STBI_NEON
+#endif
+
+#ifdef STBI_NEON
+#include <arm_neon.h>
+// assume GCC or Clang on ARM targets
+#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16)))
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_SIMD_ALIGN
+#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS
+#define STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS (1 << 24)
+#endif
+
+///////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+//  stbi__context struct and start_xxx functions
+
+// stbi__context structure is our basic context used by all images, so it
+// contains all the IO context, plus some basic image information
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__uint32 img_x, img_y;
+   int img_n, img_out_n;
+
+   stbi_io_callbacks io;
+   void *io_user_data;
+
+   int read_from_callbacks;
+   int buflen;
+   stbi_uc buffer_start[128];
+   int callback_already_read;
+
+   stbi_uc *img_buffer, *img_buffer_end;
+   stbi_uc *img_buffer_original, *img_buffer_original_end;
+} stbi__context;
+
+
+static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s);
+
+// initialize a memory-decode context
+static void stbi__start_mem(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
+{
+   s->io.read = NULL;
+   s->read_from_callbacks = 0;
+   s->callback_already_read = 0;
+   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
+   s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len;
+}
+
+// initialize a callback-based context
+static void stbi__start_callbacks(stbi__context *s, stbi_io_callbacks *c, void *user)
+{
+   s->io = *c;
+   s->io_user_data = user;
+   s->buflen = sizeof(s->buffer_start);
+   s->read_from_callbacks = 1;
+   s->callback_already_read = 0;
+   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original = s->buffer_start;
+   stbi__refill_buffer(s);
+   s->img_buffer_original_end = s->img_buffer_end;
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+static int stbi__stdio_read(void *user, char *data, int size)
+{
+   return (int) fread(data,1,size,(FILE*) user);
+}
+
+static void stbi__stdio_skip(void *user, int n)
+{
+   int ch;
+   fseek((FILE*) user, n, SEEK_CUR);
+   ch = fgetc((FILE*) user);  /* have to read a byte to reset feof()'s flag */
+   if (ch != EOF) {
+      ungetc(ch, (FILE *) user);  /* push byte back onto stream if valid. */
+   }
+}
+
+static int stbi__stdio_eof(void *user)
+{
+   return feof((FILE*) user) || ferror((FILE *) user);
+}
+
+static stbi_io_callbacks stbi__stdio_callbacks =
+{
+   stbi__stdio_read,
+   stbi__stdio_skip,
+   stbi__stdio_eof,
+};
+
+static void stbi__start_file(stbi__context *s, FILE *f)
+{
+   stbi__start_callbacks(s, &stbi__stdio_callbacks, (void *) f);
+}
+
+//static void stop_file(stbi__context *s) { }
+
+#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+static void stbi__rewind(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   // conceptually rewind SHOULD rewind to the beginning of the stream,
+   // but we just rewind to the beginning of the initial buffer, because
+   // we only use it after doing 'test', which only ever looks at at most 92 bytes
+   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original;
+   s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end;
+}
+
+enum
+{
+   STBI_ORDER_RGB,
+   STBI_ORDER_BGR
+};
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   int bits_per_channel;
+   int num_channels;
+   int channel_order;
+} stbi__result_info;
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
+static int      stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
+static int      stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+static int      stbi__png_is16(stbi__context *s);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+static int      stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
+static int      stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+static int      stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc);
+static int      stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+static int      stbi__psd_is16(stbi__context *s);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+static int      stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context *s);
+static float   *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
+static int      stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+static int      stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static void    *stbi__load_gif_main(stbi__context *s, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp);
+static int      stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
+static int      stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s);
+static void    *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
+static int      stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
+#endif
+
+static
+#ifdef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
+STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
+#endif
+const char *stbi__g_failure_reason;
+
+STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason(void)
+{
+   return stbi__g_failure_reason;
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
+static int stbi__err(const char *str)
+{
+   stbi__g_failure_reason = str;
+   return 0;
+}
+#endif
+
+static void *stbi__malloc(size_t size)
+{
+    return STBI_MALLOC(size);
+}
+
+// stb_image uses ints pervasively, including for offset calculations.
+// therefore the largest decoded image size we can support with the
+// current code, even on 64-bit targets, is INT_MAX. this is not a
+// significant limitation for the intended use case.
+//
+// we do, however, need to make sure our size calculations don't
+// overflow. hence a few helper functions for size calculations that
+// multiply integers together, making sure that they're non-negative
+// and no overflow occurs.
+
+// return 1 if the sum is valid, 0 on overflow.
+// negative terms are considered invalid.
+static int stbi__addsizes_valid(int a, int b)
+{
+   if (b < 0) return 0;
+   // now 0 <= b <= INT_MAX, hence also
+   // 0 <= INT_MAX - b <= INTMAX.
+   // And "a + b <= INT_MAX" (which might overflow) is the
+   // same as a <= INT_MAX - b (no overflow)
+   return a <= INT_MAX - b;
+}
+
+// returns 1 if the product is valid, 0 on overflow.
+// negative factors are considered invalid.
+static int stbi__mul2sizes_valid(int a, int b)
+{
+   if (a < 0 || b < 0) return 0;
+   if (b == 0) return 1; // mul-by-0 is always safe
+   // portable way to check for no overflows in a*b
+   return a <= INT_MAX/b;
+}
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) || !defined(STBI_NO_PNG) || !defined(STBI_NO_TGA) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
+// returns 1 if "a*b + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
+static int stbi__mad2sizes_valid(int a, int b, int add)
+{
+   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b, add);
+}
+#endif
+
+// returns 1 if "a*b*c + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
+static int stbi__mad3sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int add)
+{
+   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) &&
+      stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c, add);
+}
+
+// returns 1 if "a*b*c*d + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
+static int stbi__mad4sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add)
+{
+   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) &&
+      stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b*c, d) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c*d, add);
+}
+#endif
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) || !defined(STBI_NO_PNG) || !defined(STBI_NO_TGA) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
+// mallocs with size overflow checking
+static void *stbi__malloc_mad2(int a, int b, int add)
+{
+   if (!stbi__mad2sizes_valid(a, b, add)) return NULL;
+   return stbi__malloc(a*b + add);
+}
+#endif
+
+static void *stbi__malloc_mad3(int a, int b, int c, int add)
+{
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(a, b, c, add)) return NULL;
+   return stbi__malloc(a*b*c + add);
+}
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
+static void *stbi__malloc_mad4(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add)
+{
+   if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(a, b, c, d, add)) return NULL;
+   return stbi__malloc(a*b*c*d + add);
+}
+#endif
+
+// stbi__err - error
+// stbi__errpf - error returning pointer to float
+// stbi__errpuc - error returning pointer to unsigned char
+
+#ifdef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
+   #define stbi__err(x,y)  0
+#elif defined(STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG)
+   #define stbi__err(x,y)  stbi__err(y)
+#else
+   #define stbi__err(x,y)  stbi__err(x)
+#endif
+
+#define stbi__errpf(x,y)   ((float *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL))
+#define stbi__errpuc(x,y)  ((unsigned char *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL))
+
+STBIDEF void stbi_image_free(void *retval_from_stbi_load)
+{
+   STBI_FREE(retval_from_stbi_load);
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+static float   *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp);
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float   *data, int x, int y, int comp);
+#endif
+
+static int stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global = 0;
+
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip)
+{
+   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global = flag_true_if_should_flip;
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
+#define stbi__vertically_flip_on_load  stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global
+#else
+static STBI_THREAD_LOCAL int stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local, stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set;
+
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load_thread(int flag_true_if_should_flip)
+{
+   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local = flag_true_if_should_flip;
+   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set = 1;
+}
+
+#define stbi__vertically_flip_on_load  (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set       \
+                                         ? stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local  \
+                                         : stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global)
+#endif // STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
+
+static void *stbi__load_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc)
+{
+   memset(ri, 0, sizeof(*ri)); // make sure it's initialized if we add new fields
+   ri->bits_per_channel = 8; // default is 8 so most paths don't have to be changed
+   ri->channel_order = STBI_ORDER_RGB; // all current input & output are this, but this is here so we can add BGR order
+   ri->num_channels = 0;
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
+   if (stbi__jpeg_test(s)) return stbi__jpeg_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
+   if (stbi__png_test(s))  return stbi__png_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+   if (stbi__bmp_test(s))  return stbi__bmp_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+   if (stbi__gif_test(s))  return stbi__gif_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+   if (stbi__psd_test(s))  return stbi__psd_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri, bpc);
+   #else
+   STBI_NOTUSED(bpc);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
+   if (stbi__pic_test(s))  return stbi__pic_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
+   if (stbi__pnm_test(s))  return stbi__pnm_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) {
+      float *hdr = stbi__hdr_load(s, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+      return stbi__hdr_to_ldr(hdr, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp);
+   }
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
+   // test tga last because it's a crappy test!
+   if (stbi__tga_test(s))
+      return stbi__tga_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+   #endif
+
+   return stbi__errpuc("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
+}
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__convert_16_to_8(stbi__uint16 *orig, int w, int h, int channels)
+{
+   int i;
+   int img_len = w * h * channels;
+   stbi_uc *reduced;
+
+   reduced = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(img_len);
+   if (reduced == NULL) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i)
+      reduced[i] = (stbi_uc)((orig[i] >> 8) & 0xFF); // top half of each byte is sufficient approx of 16->8 bit scaling
+
+   STBI_FREE(orig);
+   return reduced;
+}
+
+static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_8_to_16(stbi_uc *orig, int w, int h, int channels)
+{
+   int i;
+   int img_len = w * h * channels;
+   stbi__uint16 *enlarged;
+
+   enlarged = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(img_len*2);
+   if (enlarged == NULL) return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i)
+      enlarged[i] = (stbi__uint16)((orig[i] << 8) + orig[i]); // replicate to high and low byte, maps 0->0, 255->0xffff
+
+   STBI_FREE(orig);
+   return enlarged;
+}
+
+static void stbi__vertical_flip(void *image, int w, int h, int bytes_per_pixel)
+{
+   int row;
+   size_t bytes_per_row = (size_t)w * bytes_per_pixel;
+   stbi_uc temp[2048];
+   stbi_uc *bytes = (stbi_uc *)image;
+
+   for (row = 0; row < (h>>1); row++) {
+      stbi_uc *row0 = bytes + row*bytes_per_row;
+      stbi_uc *row1 = bytes + (h - row - 1)*bytes_per_row;
+      // swap row0 with row1
+      size_t bytes_left = bytes_per_row;
+      while (bytes_left) {
+         size_t bytes_copy = (bytes_left < sizeof(temp)) ? bytes_left : sizeof(temp);
+         memcpy(temp, row0, bytes_copy);
+         memcpy(row0, row1, bytes_copy);
+         memcpy(row1, temp, bytes_copy);
+         row0 += bytes_copy;
+         row1 += bytes_copy;
+         bytes_left -= bytes_copy;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+static void stbi__vertical_flip_slices(void *image, int w, int h, int z, int bytes_per_pixel)
+{
+   int slice;
+   int slice_size = w * h * bytes_per_pixel;
+
+   stbi_uc *bytes = (stbi_uc *)image;
+   for (slice = 0; slice < z; ++slice) {
+      stbi__vertical_flip(bytes, w, h, bytes_per_pixel);
+      bytes += slice_size;
+   }
+}
+#endif
+
+static unsigned char *stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__result_info ri;
+   void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 8);
+
+   if (result == NULL)
+      return NULL;
+
+   // it is the responsibility of the loaders to make sure we get either 8 or 16 bit.
+   STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 8 || ri.bits_per_channel == 16);
+
+   if (ri.bits_per_channel != 8) {
+      result = stbi__convert_16_to_8((stbi__uint16 *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp);
+      ri.bits_per_channel = 8;
+   }
+
+   // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format to here
+
+   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
+      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
+      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(stbi_uc));
+   }
+
+   return (unsigned char *) result;
+}
+
+static stbi__uint16 *stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__result_info ri;
+   void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 16);
+
+   if (result == NULL)
+      return NULL;
+
+   // it is the responsibility of the loaders to make sure we get either 8 or 16 bit.
+   STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 8 || ri.bits_per_channel == 16);
+
+   if (ri.bits_per_channel != 16) {
+      result = stbi__convert_8_to_16((stbi_uc *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp);
+      ri.bits_per_channel = 16;
+   }
+
+   // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format16 to here
+   // @TODO: special case RGB-to-Y (and RGBA-to-YA) for 8-bit-to-16-bit case to keep more precision
+
+   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
+      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
+      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(stbi__uint16));
+   }
+
+   return (stbi__uint16 *) result;
+}
+
+#if !defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR)
+static void stbi__float_postprocess(float *result, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load && result != NULL) {
+      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
+      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(float));
+   }
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
+STBI_EXTERN __declspec(dllimport) int __stdcall MultiByteToWideChar(unsigned int cp, unsigned long flags, const char *str, int cbmb, wchar_t *widestr, int cchwide);
+STBI_EXTERN __declspec(dllimport) int __stdcall WideCharToMultiByte(unsigned int cp, unsigned long flags, const wchar_t *widestr, int cchwide, char *str, int cbmb, const char *defchar, int *used_default);
+#endif
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
+STBIDEF int stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8(char *buffer, size_t bufferlen, const wchar_t* input)
+{
+	return WideCharToMultiByte(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, input, -1, buffer, (int) bufferlen, NULL, NULL);
+}
+#endif
+
+static FILE *stbi__fopen(char const *filename, char const *mode)
+{
+   FILE *f;
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
+   wchar_t wMode[64];
+   wchar_t wFilename[1024];
+	if (0 == MultiByteToWideChar(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, filename, -1, wFilename, sizeof(wFilename)))
+      return 0;
+
+	if (0 == MultiByteToWideChar(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, mode, -1, wMode, sizeof(wMode)))
+      return 0;
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400
+	if (0 != _wfopen_s(&f, wFilename, wMode))
+		f = 0;
+#else
+   f = _wfopen(wFilename, wMode);
+#endif
+
+#elif defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1400
+   if (0 != fopen_s(&f, filename, mode))
+      f=0;
+#else
+   f = fopen(filename, mode);
+#endif
+   return f;
+}
+
+
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+   unsigned char *result;
+   if (!f) return stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
+   result = stbi_load_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   fclose(f);
+   return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   unsigned char *result;
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
+   result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   if (result) {
+      // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer
+      fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR);
+   }
+   return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi__uint16 *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__uint16 *result;
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
+   result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   if (result) {
+      // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer
+      fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR);
+   }
+   return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+   stbi__uint16 *result;
+   if (!f) return (stbi_us *) stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
+   result = stbi_load_from_file_16(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   fclose(f);
+   return result;
+}
+
+
+#endif //!STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,channels_in_file,desired_channels);
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *)clbk, user);
+   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,channels_in_file,desired_channels);
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+}
+
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
+   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_gif_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   unsigned char *result;
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+
+   result = (unsigned char*) stbi__load_gif_main(&s, delays, x, y, z, comp, req_comp);
+   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
+      stbi__vertical_flip_slices( result, *x, *y, *z, *comp );
+   }
+
+   return result;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+static float *stbi__loadf_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   unsigned char *data;
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) {
+      stbi__result_info ri;
+      float *hdr_data = stbi__hdr_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, &ri);
+      if (hdr_data)
+         stbi__float_postprocess(hdr_data,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+      return hdr_data;
+   }
+   #endif
+   data = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(s, x, y, comp, req_comp);
+   if (data)
+      return stbi__ldr_to_hdr(data, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp);
+   return stbi__errpf("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
+}
+
+STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+}
+
+STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
+   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   float *result;
+   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+   if (!f) return stbi__errpf("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
+   result = stbi_loadf_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   fclose(f);
+   return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
+   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
+}
+#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+#endif // !STBI_NO_LINEAR
+
+// these is-hdr-or-not is defined independent of whether STBI_NO_LINEAR is
+// defined, for API simplicity; if STBI_NO_LINEAR is defined, it always
+// reports false!
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
+{
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__hdr_test(&s);
+   #else
+   STBI_NOTUSED(buffer);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(len);
+   return 0;
+   #endif
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr          (char const *filename)
+{
+   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+   int result=0;
+   if (f) {
+      result = stbi_is_hdr_from_file(f);
+      fclose(f);
+   }
+   return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f)
+{
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   long pos = ftell(f);
+   int res;
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
+   res = stbi__hdr_test(&s);
+   fseek(f, pos, SEEK_SET);
+   return res;
+   #else
+   STBI_NOTUSED(f);
+   return 0;
+   #endif
+}
+#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user)
+{
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
+   return stbi__hdr_test(&s);
+   #else
+   STBI_NOTUSED(clbk);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(user);
+   return 0;
+   #endif
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+static float stbi__l2h_gamma=2.2f, stbi__l2h_scale=1.0f;
+
+STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__l2h_gamma = gamma; }
+STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale) { stbi__l2h_scale = scale; }
+#endif
+
+static float stbi__h2l_gamma_i=1.0f/2.2f, stbi__h2l_scale_i=1.0f;
+
+STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__h2l_gamma_i = 1/gamma; }
+STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale) { stbi__h2l_scale_i = 1/scale; }
+
+
+//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Common code used by all image loaders
+//
+
+enum
+{
+   STBI__SCAN_load=0,
+   STBI__SCAN_type,
+   STBI__SCAN_header
+};
+
+static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int n = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data,(char*)s->buffer_start,s->buflen);
+   s->callback_already_read += (int) (s->img_buffer - s->img_buffer_original);
+   if (n == 0) {
+      // at end of file, treat same as if from memory, but need to handle case
+      // where s->img_buffer isn't pointing to safe memory, e.g. 0-byte file
+      s->read_from_callbacks = 0;
+      s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start;
+      s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start+1;
+      *s->img_buffer = 0;
+   } else {
+      s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start;
+      s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start + n;
+   }
+}
+
+stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__get8(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   if (s->img_buffer < s->img_buffer_end)
+      return *s->img_buffer++;
+   if (s->read_from_callbacks) {
+      stbi__refill_buffer(s);
+      return *s->img_buffer++;
+   }
+   return 0;
+}
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
+// nothing
+#else
+stbi_inline static int stbi__at_eof(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   if (s->io.read) {
+      if (!(s->io.eof)(s->io_user_data)) return 0;
+      // if feof() is true, check if buffer = end
+      // special case: we've only got the special 0 character at the end
+      if (s->read_from_callbacks == 0) return 1;
+   }
+
+   return s->img_buffer >= s->img_buffer_end;
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
+// nothing
+#else
+static void stbi__skip(stbi__context *s, int n)
+{
+   if (n == 0) return;  // already there!
+   if (n < 0) {
+      s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
+      return;
+   }
+   if (s->io.read) {
+      int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer);
+      if (blen < n) {
+         s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
+         (s->io.skip)(s->io_user_data, n - blen);
+         return;
+      }
+   }
+   s->img_buffer += n;
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
+// nothing
+#else
+static int stbi__getn(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *buffer, int n)
+{
+   if (s->io.read) {
+      int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer);
+      if (blen < n) {
+         int res, count;
+
+         memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, blen);
+
+         count = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data, (char*) buffer + blen, n - blen);
+         res = (count == (n-blen));
+         s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
+         return res;
+      }
+   }
+
+   if (s->img_buffer+n <= s->img_buffer_end) {
+      memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, n);
+      s->img_buffer += n;
+      return 1;
+   } else
+      return 0;
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
+// nothing
+#else
+static int stbi__get16be(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int z = stbi__get8(s);
+   return (z << 8) + stbi__get8(s);
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
+// nothing
+#else
+static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32be(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16be(s);
+   return (z << 16) + stbi__get16be(s);
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF)
+// nothing
+#else
+static int stbi__get16le(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int z = stbi__get8(s);
+   return z + (stbi__get8(s) << 8);
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32le(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16le(s);
+   return z + (stbi__get16le(s) << 16);
+}
+#endif
+
+#define STBI__BYTECAST(x)  ((stbi_uc) ((x) & 255))  // truncate int to byte without warnings
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
+// nothing
+#else
+//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+//  generic converter from built-in img_n to req_comp
+//    individual types do this automatically as much as possible (e.g. jpeg
+//    does all cases internally since it needs to colorspace convert anyway,
+//    and it never has alpha, so very few cases ). png can automatically
+//    interleave an alpha=255 channel, but falls back to this for other cases
+//
+//  assume data buffer is malloced, so malloc a new one and free that one
+//  only failure mode is malloc failing
+
+static stbi_uc stbi__compute_y(int r, int g, int b)
+{
+   return (stbi_uc) (((r*77) + (g*150) +  (29*b)) >> 8);
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
+// nothing
+#else
+static unsigned char *stbi__convert_format(unsigned char *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
+{
+   int i,j;
+   unsigned char *good;
+
+   if (req_comp == img_n) return data;
+   STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4);
+
+   good = (unsigned char *) stbi__malloc_mad3(req_comp, x, y, 0);
+   if (good == NULL) {
+      STBI_FREE(data);
+      return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   }
+
+   for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) {
+      unsigned char *src  = data + j * x * img_n   ;
+      unsigned char *dest = good + j * x * req_comp;
+
+      #define STBI__COMBO(a,b)  ((a)*8+(b))
+      #define STBI__CASE(a,b)   case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b)
+      // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components;
+      // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros
+      switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) {
+         STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0]; dest[1]=255;                                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                  } break;
+         STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=255;                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0];                                                  } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                  } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=src[1];                  } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];dest[3]=255;        } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = 255;    } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = src[3]; } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];                    } break;
+         default: STBI_ASSERT(0); STBI_FREE(data); STBI_FREE(good); return stbi__errpuc("unsupported", "Unsupported format conversion");
+      }
+      #undef STBI__CASE
+   }
+
+   STBI_FREE(data);
+   return good;
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD)
+// nothing
+#else
+static stbi__uint16 stbi__compute_y_16(int r, int g, int b)
+{
+   return (stbi__uint16) (((r*77) + (g*150) +  (29*b)) >> 8);
+}
+#endif
+
+#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD)
+// nothing
+#else
+static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_format16(stbi__uint16 *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
+{
+   int i,j;
+   stbi__uint16 *good;
+
+   if (req_comp == img_n) return data;
+   STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4);
+
+   good = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(req_comp * x * y * 2);
+   if (good == NULL) {
+      STBI_FREE(data);
+      return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   }
+
+   for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) {
+      stbi__uint16 *src  = data + j * x * img_n   ;
+      stbi__uint16 *dest = good + j * x * req_comp;
+
+      #define STBI__COMBO(a,b)  ((a)*8+(b))
+      #define STBI__CASE(a,b)   case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b)
+      // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components;
+      // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros
+      switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) {
+         STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0]; dest[1]=0xffff;                                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=0xffff;                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0];                                                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=src[1];                     } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];dest[3]=0xffff;        } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
+         STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = 0xffff; } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = src[3]; } break;
+         STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];                       } break;
+         default: STBI_ASSERT(0); STBI_FREE(data); STBI_FREE(good); return (stbi__uint16*) stbi__errpuc("unsupported", "Unsupported format conversion");
+      }
+      #undef STBI__CASE
+   }
+
+   STBI_FREE(data);
+   return good;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
+static float   *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp)
+{
+   int i,k,n;
+   float *output;
+   if (!data) return NULL;
+   output = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(x, y, comp, sizeof(float), 0);
+   if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
+   // compute number of non-alpha components
+   if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1;
+   for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
+      for (k=0; k < n; ++k) {
+         output[i*comp + k] = (float) (pow(data[i*comp+k]/255.0f, stbi__l2h_gamma) * stbi__l2h_scale);
+      }
+   }
+   if (n < comp) {
+      for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
+         output[i*comp + n] = data[i*comp + n]/255.0f;
+      }
+   }
+   STBI_FREE(data);
+   return output;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+#define stbi__float2int(x)   ((int) (x))
+static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float   *data, int x, int y, int comp)
+{
+   int i,k,n;
+   stbi_uc *output;
+   if (!data) return NULL;
+   output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, comp, 0);
+   if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
+   // compute number of non-alpha components
+   if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1;
+   for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
+      for (k=0; k < n; ++k) {
+         float z = (float) pow(data[i*comp+k]*stbi__h2l_scale_i, stbi__h2l_gamma_i) * 255 + 0.5f;
+         if (z < 0) z = 0;
+         if (z > 255) z = 255;
+         output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z);
+      }
+      if (k < comp) {
+         float z = data[i*comp+k] * 255 + 0.5f;
+         if (z < 0) z = 0;
+         if (z > 255) z = 255;
+         output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z);
+      }
+   }
+   STBI_FREE(data);
+   return output;
+}
+#endif
+
+//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+//  "baseline" JPEG/JFIF decoder
+//
+//    simple implementation
+//      - doesn't support delayed output of y-dimension
+//      - simple interface (only one output format: 8-bit interleaved RGB)
+//      - doesn't try to recover corrupt jpegs
+//      - doesn't allow partial loading, loading multiple at once
+//      - still fast on x86 (copying globals into locals doesn't help x86)
+//      - allocates lots of intermediate memory (full size of all components)
+//        - non-interleaved case requires this anyway
+//        - allows good upsampling (see next)
+//    high-quality
+//      - upsampled channels are bilinearly interpolated, even across blocks
+//      - quality integer IDCT derived from IJG's 'slow'
+//    performance
+//      - fast huffman; reasonable integer IDCT
+//      - some SIMD kernels for common paths on targets with SSE2/NEON
+//      - uses a lot of intermediate memory, could cache poorly
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
+
+// huffman decoding acceleration
+#define FAST_BITS   9  // larger handles more cases; smaller stomps less cache
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi_uc  fast[1 << FAST_BITS];
+   // weirdly, repacking this into AoS is a 10% speed loss, instead of a win
+   stbi__uint16 code[256];
+   stbi_uc  values[256];
+   stbi_uc  size[257];
+   unsigned int maxcode[18];
+   int    delta[17];   // old 'firstsymbol' - old 'firstcode'
+} stbi__huffman;
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__context *s;
+   stbi__huffman huff_dc[4];
+   stbi__huffman huff_ac[4];
+   stbi__uint16 dequant[4][64];
+   stbi__int16 fast_ac[4][1 << FAST_BITS];
+
+// sizes for components, interleaved MCUs
+   int img_h_max, img_v_max;
+   int img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y;
+   int img_mcu_w, img_mcu_h;
+
+// definition of jpeg image component
+   struct
+   {
+      int id;
+      int h,v;
+      int tq;
+      int hd,ha;
+      int dc_pred;
+
+      int x,y,w2,h2;
+      stbi_uc *data;
+      void *raw_data, *raw_coeff;
+      stbi_uc *linebuf;
+      short   *coeff;   // progressive only
+      int      coeff_w, coeff_h; // number of 8x8 coefficient blocks
+   } img_comp[4];
+
+   stbi__uint32   code_buffer; // jpeg entropy-coded buffer
+   int            code_bits;   // number of valid bits
+   unsigned char  marker;      // marker seen while filling entropy buffer
+   int            nomore;      // flag if we saw a marker so must stop
+
+   int            progressive;
+   int            spec_start;
+   int            spec_end;
+   int            succ_high;
+   int            succ_low;
+   int            eob_run;
+   int            jfif;
+   int            app14_color_transform; // Adobe APP14 tag
+   int            rgb;
+
+   int scan_n, order[4];
+   int restart_interval, todo;
+
+// kernels
+   void (*idct_block_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]);
+   void (*YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step);
+   stbi_uc *(*resample_row_hv_2_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs);
+} stbi__jpeg;
+
+static int stbi__build_huffman(stbi__huffman *h, int *count)
+{
+   int i,j,k=0;
+   unsigned int code;
+   // build size list for each symbol (from JPEG spec)
+   for (i=0; i < 16; ++i)
+      for (j=0; j < count[i]; ++j)
+         h->size[k++] = (stbi_uc) (i+1);
+   h->size[k] = 0;
+
+   // compute actual symbols (from jpeg spec)
+   code = 0;
+   k = 0;
+   for(j=1; j <= 16; ++j) {
+      // compute delta to add to code to compute symbol id
+      h->delta[j] = k - code;
+      if (h->size[k] == j) {
+         while (h->size[k] == j)
+            h->code[k++] = (stbi__uint16) (code++);
+         if (code-1 >= (1u << j)) return stbi__err("bad code lengths","Corrupt JPEG");
+      }
+      // compute largest code + 1 for this size, preshifted as needed later
+      h->maxcode[j] = code << (16-j);
+      code <<= 1;
+   }
+   h->maxcode[j] = 0xffffffff;
+
+   // build non-spec acceleration table; 255 is flag for not-accelerated
+   memset(h->fast, 255, 1 << FAST_BITS);
+   for (i=0; i < k; ++i) {
+      int s = h->size[i];
+      if (s <= FAST_BITS) {
+         int c = h->code[i] << (FAST_BITS-s);
+         int m = 1 << (FAST_BITS-s);
+         for (j=0; j < m; ++j) {
+            h->fast[c+j] = (stbi_uc) i;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// build a table that decodes both magnitude and value of small ACs in
+// one go.
+static void stbi__build_fast_ac(stbi__int16 *fast_ac, stbi__huffman *h)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < (1 << FAST_BITS); ++i) {
+      stbi_uc fast = h->fast[i];
+      fast_ac[i] = 0;
+      if (fast < 255) {
+         int rs = h->values[fast];
+         int run = (rs >> 4) & 15;
+         int magbits = rs & 15;
+         int len = h->size[fast];
+
+         if (magbits && len + magbits <= FAST_BITS) {
+            // magnitude code followed by receive_extend code
+            int k = ((i << len) & ((1 << FAST_BITS) - 1)) >> (FAST_BITS - magbits);
+            int m = 1 << (magbits - 1);
+            if (k < m) k += (~0U << magbits) + 1;
+            // if the result is small enough, we can fit it in fast_ac table
+            if (k >= -128 && k <= 127)
+               fast_ac[i] = (stbi__int16) ((k * 256) + (run * 16) + (len + magbits));
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static void stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   do {
+      unsigned int b = j->nomore ? 0 : stbi__get8(j->s);
+      if (b == 0xff) {
+         int c = stbi__get8(j->s);
+         while (c == 0xff) c = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume fill bytes
+         if (c != 0) {
+            j->marker = (unsigned char) c;
+            j->nomore = 1;
+            return;
+         }
+      }
+      j->code_buffer |= b << (24 - j->code_bits);
+      j->code_bits += 8;
+   } while (j->code_bits <= 24);
+}
+
+// (1 << n) - 1
+static const stbi__uint32 stbi__bmask[17]={0,1,3,7,15,31,63,127,255,511,1023,2047,4095,8191,16383,32767,65535};
+
+// decode a jpeg huffman value from the bitstream
+stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(stbi__jpeg *j, stbi__huffman *h)
+{
+   unsigned int temp;
+   int c,k;
+
+   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+
+   // look at the top FAST_BITS and determine what symbol ID it is,
+   // if the code is <= FAST_BITS
+   c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
+   k = h->fast[c];
+   if (k < 255) {
+      int s = h->size[k];
+      if (s > j->code_bits)
+         return -1;
+      j->code_buffer <<= s;
+      j->code_bits -= s;
+      return h->values[k];
+   }
+
+   // naive test is to shift the code_buffer down so k bits are
+   // valid, then test against maxcode. To speed this up, we've
+   // preshifted maxcode left so that it has (16-k) 0s at the
+   // end; in other words, regardless of the number of bits, it
+   // wants to be compared against something shifted to have 16;
+   // that way we don't need to shift inside the loop.
+   temp = j->code_buffer >> 16;
+   for (k=FAST_BITS+1 ; ; ++k)
+      if (temp < h->maxcode[k])
+         break;
+   if (k == 17) {
+      // error! code not found
+      j->code_bits -= 16;
+      return -1;
+   }
+
+   if (k > j->code_bits)
+      return -1;
+
+   // convert the huffman code to the symbol id
+   c = ((j->code_buffer >> (32 - k)) & stbi__bmask[k]) + h->delta[k];
+   STBI_ASSERT((((j->code_buffer) >> (32 - h->size[c])) & stbi__bmask[h->size[c]]) == h->code[c]);
+
+   // convert the id to a symbol
+   j->code_bits -= k;
+   j->code_buffer <<= k;
+   return h->values[c];
+}
+
+// bias[n] = (-1<<n) + 1
+static const int stbi__jbias[16] = {0,-1,-3,-7,-15,-31,-63,-127,-255,-511,-1023,-2047,-4095,-8191,-16383,-32767};
+
+// combined JPEG 'receive' and JPEG 'extend', since baseline
+// always extends everything it receives.
+stbi_inline static int stbi__extend_receive(stbi__jpeg *j, int n)
+{
+   unsigned int k;
+   int sgn;
+   if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+
+   sgn = (stbi__int32)j->code_buffer >> 31; // sign bit is always in MSB
+   k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n);
+   if (n < 0 || n >= (int) (sizeof(stbi__bmask)/sizeof(*stbi__bmask))) return 0;
+   j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n];
+   k &= stbi__bmask[n];
+   j->code_bits -= n;
+   return k + (stbi__jbias[n] & ~sgn);
+}
+
+// get some unsigned bits
+stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bits(stbi__jpeg *j, int n)
+{
+   unsigned int k;
+   if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+   k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n);
+   j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n];
+   k &= stbi__bmask[n];
+   j->code_bits -= n;
+   return k;
+}
+
+stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bit(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   unsigned int k;
+   if (j->code_bits < 1) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+   k = j->code_buffer;
+   j->code_buffer <<= 1;
+   --j->code_bits;
+   return k & 0x80000000;
+}
+
+// given a value that's at position X in the zigzag stream,
+// where does it appear in the 8x8 matrix coded as row-major?
+static const stbi_uc stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[64+15] =
+{
+    0,  1,  8, 16,  9,  2,  3, 10,
+   17, 24, 32, 25, 18, 11,  4,  5,
+   12, 19, 26, 33, 40, 48, 41, 34,
+   27, 20, 13,  6,  7, 14, 21, 28,
+   35, 42, 49, 56, 57, 50, 43, 36,
+   29, 22, 15, 23, 30, 37, 44, 51,
+   58, 59, 52, 45, 38, 31, 39, 46,
+   53, 60, 61, 54, 47, 55, 62, 63,
+   // let corrupt input sample past end
+   63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63,
+   63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63
+};
+
+// decode one 64-entry block--
+static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac, int b, stbi__uint16 *dequant)
+{
+   int diff,dc,k;
+   int t;
+
+   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+   t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc);
+   if (t < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
+
+   // 0 all the ac values now so we can do it 32-bits at a time
+   memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0]));
+
+   diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0;
+   dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff;
+   j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc;
+   data[0] = (short) (dc * dequant[0]);
+
+   // decode AC components, see JPEG spec
+   k = 1;
+   do {
+      unsigned int zig;
+      int c,r,s;
+      if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+      c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
+      r = fac[c];
+      if (r) { // fast-AC path
+         k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run
+         s = r & 15; // combined length
+         j->code_buffer <<= s;
+         j->code_bits -= s;
+         // decode into unzigzag'd location
+         zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
+         data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) * dequant[zig]);
+      } else {
+         int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac);
+         if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
+         s = rs & 15;
+         r = rs >> 4;
+         if (s == 0) {
+            if (rs != 0xf0) break; // end block
+            k += 16;
+         } else {
+            k += r;
+            // decode into unzigzag'd location
+            zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
+            data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) * dequant[zig]);
+         }
+      }
+   } while (k < 64);
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, int b)
+{
+   int diff,dc;
+   int t;
+   if (j->spec_end != 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
+
+   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+
+   if (j->succ_high == 0) {
+      // first scan for DC coefficient, must be first
+      memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0])); // 0 all the ac values now
+      t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc);
+      if (t == -1) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
+      diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0;
+
+      dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff;
+      j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc;
+      data[0] = (short) (dc << j->succ_low);
+   } else {
+      // refinement scan for DC coefficient
+      if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
+         data[0] += (short) (1 << j->succ_low);
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// @OPTIMIZE: store non-zigzagged during the decode passes,
+// and only de-zigzag when dequantizing
+static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac)
+{
+   int k;
+   if (j->spec_start == 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
+
+   if (j->succ_high == 0) {
+      int shift = j->succ_low;
+
+      if (j->eob_run) {
+         --j->eob_run;
+         return 1;
+      }
+
+      k = j->spec_start;
+      do {
+         unsigned int zig;
+         int c,r,s;
+         if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
+         c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
+         r = fac[c];
+         if (r) { // fast-AC path
+            k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run
+            s = r & 15; // combined length
+            j->code_buffer <<= s;
+            j->code_bits -= s;
+            zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
+            data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) << shift);
+         } else {
+            int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac);
+            if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
+            s = rs & 15;
+            r = rs >> 4;
+            if (s == 0) {
+               if (r < 15) {
+                  j->eob_run = (1 << r);
+                  if (r)
+                     j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r);
+                  --j->eob_run;
+                  break;
+               }
+               k += 16;
+            } else {
+               k += r;
+               zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
+               data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) << shift);
+            }
+         }
+      } while (k <= j->spec_end);
+   } else {
+      // refinement scan for these AC coefficients
+
+      short bit = (short) (1 << j->succ_low);
+
+      if (j->eob_run) {
+         --j->eob_run;
+         for (k = j->spec_start; k <= j->spec_end; ++k) {
+            short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k]];
+            if (*p != 0)
+               if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
+                  if ((*p & bit)==0) {
+                     if (*p > 0)
+                        *p += bit;
+                     else
+                        *p -= bit;
+                  }
+         }
+      } else {
+         k = j->spec_start;
+         do {
+            int r,s;
+            int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac); // @OPTIMIZE see if we can use the fast path here, advance-by-r is so slow, eh
+            if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
+            s = rs & 15;
+            r = rs >> 4;
+            if (s == 0) {
+               if (r < 15) {
+                  j->eob_run = (1 << r) - 1;
+                  if (r)
+                     j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r);
+                  r = 64; // force end of block
+               } else {
+                  // r=15 s=0 should write 16 0s, so we just do
+                  // a run of 15 0s and then write s (which is 0),
+                  // so we don't have to do anything special here
+               }
+            } else {
+               if (s != 1) return stbi__err("bad huffman code", "Corrupt JPEG");
+               // sign bit
+               if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
+                  s = bit;
+               else
+                  s = -bit;
+            }
+
+            // advance by r
+            while (k <= j->spec_end) {
+               short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]];
+               if (*p != 0) {
+                  if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
+                     if ((*p & bit)==0) {
+                        if (*p > 0)
+                           *p += bit;
+                        else
+                           *p -= bit;
+                     }
+               } else {
+                  if (r == 0) {
+                     *p = (short) s;
+                     break;
+                  }
+                  --r;
+               }
+            }
+         } while (k <= j->spec_end);
+      }
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// take a -128..127 value and stbi__clamp it and convert to 0..255
+stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__clamp(int x)
+{
+   // trick to use a single test to catch both cases
+   if ((unsigned int) x > 255) {
+      if (x < 0) return 0;
+      if (x > 255) return 255;
+   }
+   return (stbi_uc) x;
+}
+
+#define stbi__f2f(x)  ((int) (((x) * 4096 + 0.5)))
+#define stbi__fsh(x)  ((x) * 4096)
+
+// derived from jidctint -- DCT_ISLOW
+#define STBI__IDCT_1D(s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6,s7) \
+   int t0,t1,t2,t3,p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,x0,x1,x2,x3; \
+   p2 = s2;                                    \
+   p3 = s6;                                    \
+   p1 = (p2+p3) * stbi__f2f(0.5411961f);       \
+   t2 = p1 + p3*stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f);      \
+   t3 = p1 + p2*stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f);      \
+   p2 = s0;                                    \
+   p3 = s4;                                    \
+   t0 = stbi__fsh(p2+p3);                      \
+   t1 = stbi__fsh(p2-p3);                      \
+   x0 = t0+t3;                                 \
+   x3 = t0-t3;                                 \
+   x1 = t1+t2;                                 \
+   x2 = t1-t2;                                 \
+   t0 = s7;                                    \
+   t1 = s5;                                    \
+   t2 = s3;                                    \
+   t3 = s1;                                    \
+   p3 = t0+t2;                                 \
+   p4 = t1+t3;                                 \
+   p1 = t0+t3;                                 \
+   p2 = t1+t2;                                 \
+   p5 = (p3+p4)*stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f);      \
+   t0 = t0*stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f);           \
+   t1 = t1*stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f);           \
+   t2 = t2*stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f);           \
+   t3 = t3*stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f);           \
+   p1 = p5 + p1*stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f);      \
+   p2 = p5 + p2*stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f);      \
+   p3 = p3*stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f);           \
+   p4 = p4*stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f);           \
+   t3 += p1+p4;                                \
+   t2 += p2+p3;                                \
+   t1 += p2+p4;                                \
+   t0 += p1+p3;
+
+static void stbi__idct_block(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
+{
+   int i,val[64],*v=val;
+   stbi_uc *o;
+   short *d = data;
+
+   // columns
+   for (i=0; i < 8; ++i,++d, ++v) {
+      // if all zeroes, shortcut -- this avoids dequantizing 0s and IDCTing
+      if (d[ 8]==0 && d[16]==0 && d[24]==0 && d[32]==0
+           && d[40]==0 && d[48]==0 && d[56]==0) {
+         //    no shortcut                 0     seconds
+         //    (1|2|3|4|5|6|7)==0          0     seconds
+         //    all separate               -0.047 seconds
+         //    1 && 2|3 && 4|5 && 6|7:    -0.047 seconds
+         int dcterm = d[0]*4;
+         v[0] = v[8] = v[16] = v[24] = v[32] = v[40] = v[48] = v[56] = dcterm;
+      } else {
+         STBI__IDCT_1D(d[ 0],d[ 8],d[16],d[24],d[32],d[40],d[48],d[56])
+         // constants scaled things up by 1<<12; let's bring them back
+         // down, but keep 2 extra bits of precision
+         x0 += 512; x1 += 512; x2 += 512; x3 += 512;
+         v[ 0] = (x0+t3) >> 10;
+         v[56] = (x0-t3) >> 10;
+         v[ 8] = (x1+t2) >> 10;
+         v[48] = (x1-t2) >> 10;
+         v[16] = (x2+t1) >> 10;
+         v[40] = (x2-t1) >> 10;
+         v[24] = (x3+t0) >> 10;
+         v[32] = (x3-t0) >> 10;
+      }
+   }
+
+   for (i=0, v=val, o=out; i < 8; ++i,v+=8,o+=out_stride) {
+      // no fast case since the first 1D IDCT spread components out
+      STBI__IDCT_1D(v[0],v[1],v[2],v[3],v[4],v[5],v[6],v[7])
+      // constants scaled things up by 1<<12, plus we had 1<<2 from first
+      // loop, plus horizontal and vertical each scale by sqrt(8) so together
+      // we've got an extra 1<<3, so 1<<17 total we need to remove.
+      // so we want to round that, which means adding 0.5 * 1<<17,
+      // aka 65536. Also, we'll end up with -128 to 127 that we want
+      // to encode as 0..255 by adding 128, so we'll add that before the shift
+      x0 += 65536 + (128<<17);
+      x1 += 65536 + (128<<17);
+      x2 += 65536 + (128<<17);
+      x3 += 65536 + (128<<17);
+      // tried computing the shifts into temps, or'ing the temps to see
+      // if any were out of range, but that was slower
+      o[0] = stbi__clamp((x0+t3) >> 17);
+      o[7] = stbi__clamp((x0-t3) >> 17);
+      o[1] = stbi__clamp((x1+t2) >> 17);
+      o[6] = stbi__clamp((x1-t2) >> 17);
+      o[2] = stbi__clamp((x2+t1) >> 17);
+      o[5] = stbi__clamp((x2-t1) >> 17);
+      o[3] = stbi__clamp((x3+t0) >> 17);
+      o[4] = stbi__clamp((x3-t0) >> 17);
+   }
+}
+
+#ifdef STBI_SSE2
+// sse2 integer IDCT. not the fastest possible implementation but it
+// produces bit-identical results to the generic C version so it's
+// fully "transparent".
+static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
+{
+   // This is constructed to match our regular (generic) integer IDCT exactly.
+   __m128i row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7;
+   __m128i tmp;
+
+   // dot product constant: even elems=x, odd elems=y
+   #define dct_const(x,y)  _mm_setr_epi16((x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y))
+
+   // out(0) = c0[even]*x + c0[odd]*y   (c0, x, y 16-bit, out 32-bit)
+   // out(1) = c1[even]*x + c1[odd]*y
+   #define dct_rot(out0,out1, x,y,c0,c1) \
+      __m128i c0##lo = _mm_unpacklo_epi16((x),(y)); \
+      __m128i c0##hi = _mm_unpackhi_epi16((x),(y)); \
+      __m128i out0##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c0); \
+      __m128i out0##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c0); \
+      __m128i out1##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c1); \
+      __m128i out1##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c1)
+
+   // out = in << 12  (in 16-bit, out 32-bit)
+   #define dct_widen(out, in) \
+      __m128i out##_l = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpacklo_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4); \
+      __m128i out##_h = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpackhi_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4)
+
+   // wide add
+   #define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \
+      __m128i out##_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \
+      __m128i out##_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, b##_h)
+
+   // wide sub
+   #define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \
+      __m128i out##_l = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \
+      __m128i out##_h = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_h, b##_h)
+
+   // butterfly a/b, add bias, then shift by "s" and pack
+   #define dct_bfly32o(out0, out1, a,b,bias,s) \
+      { \
+         __m128i abiased_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, bias); \
+         __m128i abiased_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, bias); \
+         dct_wadd(sum, abiased, b); \
+         dct_wsub(dif, abiased, b); \
+         out0 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(sum_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(sum_h, s)); \
+         out1 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(dif_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(dif_h, s)); \
+      }
+
+   // 8-bit interleave step (for transposes)
+   #define dct_interleave8(a, b) \
+      tmp = a; \
+      a = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(a, b); \
+      b = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(tmp, b)
+
+   // 16-bit interleave step (for transposes)
+   #define dct_interleave16(a, b) \
+      tmp = a; \
+      a = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(a, b); \
+      b = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(tmp, b)
+
+   #define dct_pass(bias,shift) \
+      { \
+         /* even part */ \
+         dct_rot(t2e,t3e, row2,row6, rot0_0,rot0_1); \
+         __m128i sum04 = _mm_add_epi16(row0, row4); \
+         __m128i dif04 = _mm_sub_epi16(row0, row4); \
+         dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \
+         dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \
+         dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \
+         dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \
+         dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \
+         dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \
+         /* odd part */ \
+         dct_rot(y0o,y2o, row7,row3, rot2_0,rot2_1); \
+         dct_rot(y1o,y3o, row5,row1, rot3_0,rot3_1); \
+         __m128i sum17 = _mm_add_epi16(row1, row7); \
+         __m128i sum35 = _mm_add_epi16(row3, row5); \
+         dct_rot(y4o,y5o, sum17,sum35, rot1_0,rot1_1); \
+         dct_wadd(x4, y0o, y4o); \
+         dct_wadd(x5, y1o, y5o); \
+         dct_wadd(x6, y2o, y5o); \
+         dct_wadd(x7, y3o, y4o); \
+         dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,bias,shift); \
+         dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,bias,shift); \
+         dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,bias,shift); \
+         dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,bias,shift); \
+      }
+
+   __m128i rot0_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f));
+   __m128i rot0_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f));
+   __m128i rot1_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f));
+   __m128i rot1_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f));
+   __m128i rot2_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f));
+   __m128i rot2_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f));
+   __m128i rot3_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f));
+   __m128i rot3_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f));
+
+   // rounding biases in column/row passes, see stbi__idct_block for explanation.
+   __m128i bias_0 = _mm_set1_epi32(512);
+   __m128i bias_1 = _mm_set1_epi32(65536 + (128<<17));
+
+   // load
+   row0 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 0*8));
+   row1 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 1*8));
+   row2 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 2*8));
+   row3 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 3*8));
+   row4 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 4*8));
+   row5 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 5*8));
+   row6 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 6*8));
+   row7 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 7*8));
+
+   // column pass
+   dct_pass(bias_0, 10);
+
+   {
+      // 16bit 8x8 transpose pass 1
+      dct_interleave16(row0, row4);
+      dct_interleave16(row1, row5);
+      dct_interleave16(row2, row6);
+      dct_interleave16(row3, row7);
+
+      // transpose pass 2
+      dct_interleave16(row0, row2);
+      dct_interleave16(row1, row3);
+      dct_interleave16(row4, row6);
+      dct_interleave16(row5, row7);
+
+      // transpose pass 3
+      dct_interleave16(row0, row1);
+      dct_interleave16(row2, row3);
+      dct_interleave16(row4, row5);
+      dct_interleave16(row6, row7);
+   }
+
+   // row pass
+   dct_pass(bias_1, 17);
+
+   {
+      // pack
+      __m128i p0 = _mm_packus_epi16(row0, row1); // a0a1a2a3...a7b0b1b2b3...b7
+      __m128i p1 = _mm_packus_epi16(row2, row3);
+      __m128i p2 = _mm_packus_epi16(row4, row5);
+      __m128i p3 = _mm_packus_epi16(row6, row7);
+
+      // 8bit 8x8 transpose pass 1
+      dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0e0a1e1...
+      dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // c0g0c1g1...
+
+      // transpose pass 2
+      dct_interleave8(p0, p1); // a0c0e0g0...
+      dct_interleave8(p2, p3); // b0d0f0h0...
+
+      // transpose pass 3
+      dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0b0c0d0...
+      dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // a4b4c4d4...
+
+      // store
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p0); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p0, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p2); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p2, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p1); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p1, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p3); out += out_stride;
+      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p3, 0x4e));
+   }
+
+#undef dct_const
+#undef dct_rot
+#undef dct_widen
+#undef dct_wadd
+#undef dct_wsub
+#undef dct_bfly32o
+#undef dct_interleave8
+#undef dct_interleave16
+#undef dct_pass
+}
+
+#endif // STBI_SSE2
+
+#ifdef STBI_NEON
+
+// NEON integer IDCT. should produce bit-identical
+// results to the generic C version.
+static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
+{
+   int16x8_t row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7;
+
+   int16x4_t rot0_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f));
+   int16x4_t rot0_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f));
+   int16x4_t rot0_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f));
+   int16x4_t rot1_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f));
+   int16x4_t rot1_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f));
+   int16x4_t rot1_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f));
+   int16x4_t rot2_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f));
+   int16x4_t rot2_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f));
+   int16x4_t rot3_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f));
+   int16x4_t rot3_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f));
+   int16x4_t rot3_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f));
+   int16x4_t rot3_3 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f));
+
+#define dct_long_mul(out, inq, coeff) \
+   int32x4_t out##_l = vmull_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \
+   int32x4_t out##_h = vmull_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), coeff)
+
+#define dct_long_mac(out, acc, inq, coeff) \
+   int32x4_t out##_l = vmlal_s16(acc##_l, vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \
+   int32x4_t out##_h = vmlal_s16(acc##_h, vget_high_s16(inq), coeff)
+
+#define dct_widen(out, inq) \
+   int32x4_t out##_l = vshll_n_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), 12); \
+   int32x4_t out##_h = vshll_n_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), 12)
+
+// wide add
+#define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \
+   int32x4_t out##_l = vaddq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \
+   int32x4_t out##_h = vaddq_s32(a##_h, b##_h)
+
+// wide sub
+#define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \
+   int32x4_t out##_l = vsubq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \
+   int32x4_t out##_h = vsubq_s32(a##_h, b##_h)
+
+// butterfly a/b, then shift using "shiftop" by "s" and pack
+#define dct_bfly32o(out0,out1, a,b,shiftop,s) \
+   { \
+      dct_wadd(sum, a, b); \
+      dct_wsub(dif, a, b); \
+      out0 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(sum_l, s), shiftop(sum_h, s)); \
+      out1 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(dif_l, s), shiftop(dif_h, s)); \
+   }
+
+#define dct_pass(shiftop, shift) \
+   { \
+      /* even part */ \
+      int16x8_t sum26 = vaddq_s16(row2, row6); \
+      dct_long_mul(p1e, sum26, rot0_0); \
+      dct_long_mac(t2e, p1e, row6, rot0_1); \
+      dct_long_mac(t3e, p1e, row2, rot0_2); \
+      int16x8_t sum04 = vaddq_s16(row0, row4); \
+      int16x8_t dif04 = vsubq_s16(row0, row4); \
+      dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \
+      dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \
+      dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \
+      dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \
+      dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \
+      dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \
+      /* odd part */ \
+      int16x8_t sum15 = vaddq_s16(row1, row5); \
+      int16x8_t sum17 = vaddq_s16(row1, row7); \
+      int16x8_t sum35 = vaddq_s16(row3, row5); \
+      int16x8_t sum37 = vaddq_s16(row3, row7); \
+      int16x8_t sumodd = vaddq_s16(sum17, sum35); \
+      dct_long_mul(p5o, sumodd, rot1_0); \
+      dct_long_mac(p1o, p5o, sum17, rot1_1); \
+      dct_long_mac(p2o, p5o, sum35, rot1_2); \
+      dct_long_mul(p3o, sum37, rot2_0); \
+      dct_long_mul(p4o, sum15, rot2_1); \
+      dct_wadd(sump13o, p1o, p3o); \
+      dct_wadd(sump24o, p2o, p4o); \
+      dct_wadd(sump23o, p2o, p3o); \
+      dct_wadd(sump14o, p1o, p4o); \
+      dct_long_mac(x4, sump13o, row7, rot3_0); \
+      dct_long_mac(x5, sump24o, row5, rot3_1); \
+      dct_long_mac(x6, sump23o, row3, rot3_2); \
+      dct_long_mac(x7, sump14o, row1, rot3_3); \
+      dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,shiftop,shift); \
+      dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,shiftop,shift); \
+      dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,shiftop,shift); \
+      dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,shiftop,shift); \
+   }
+
+   // load
+   row0 = vld1q_s16(data + 0*8);
+   row1 = vld1q_s16(data + 1*8);
+   row2 = vld1q_s16(data + 2*8);
+   row3 = vld1q_s16(data + 3*8);
+   row4 = vld1q_s16(data + 4*8);
+   row5 = vld1q_s16(data + 5*8);
+   row6 = vld1q_s16(data + 6*8);
+   row7 = vld1q_s16(data + 7*8);
+
+   // add DC bias
+   row0 = vaddq_s16(row0, vsetq_lane_s16(1024, vdupq_n_s16(0), 0));
+
+   // column pass
+   dct_pass(vrshrn_n_s32, 10);
+
+   // 16bit 8x8 transpose
+   {
+// these three map to a single VTRN.16, VTRN.32, and VSWP, respectively.
+// whether compilers actually get this is another story, sadly.
+#define dct_trn16(x, y) { int16x8x2_t t = vtrnq_s16(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; }
+#define dct_trn32(x, y) { int32x4x2_t t = vtrnq_s32(vreinterpretq_s32_s16(x), vreinterpretq_s32_s16(y)); x = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[1]); }
+#define dct_trn64(x, y) { int16x8_t x0 = x; int16x8_t y0 = y; x = vcombine_s16(vget_low_s16(x0), vget_low_s16(y0)); y = vcombine_s16(vget_high_s16(x0), vget_high_s16(y0)); }
+
+      // pass 1
+      dct_trn16(row0, row1); // a0b0a2b2a4b4a6b6
+      dct_trn16(row2, row3);
+      dct_trn16(row4, row5);
+      dct_trn16(row6, row7);
+
+      // pass 2
+      dct_trn32(row0, row2); // a0b0c0d0a4b4c4d4
+      dct_trn32(row1, row3);
+      dct_trn32(row4, row6);
+      dct_trn32(row5, row7);
+
+      // pass 3
+      dct_trn64(row0, row4); // a0b0c0d0e0f0g0h0
+      dct_trn64(row1, row5);
+      dct_trn64(row2, row6);
+      dct_trn64(row3, row7);
+
+#undef dct_trn16
+#undef dct_trn32
+#undef dct_trn64
+   }
+
+   // row pass
+   // vrshrn_n_s32 only supports shifts up to 16, we need
+   // 17. so do a non-rounding shift of 16 first then follow
+   // up with a rounding shift by 1.
+   dct_pass(vshrn_n_s32, 16);
+
+   {
+      // pack and round
+      uint8x8_t p0 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row0, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p1 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row1, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p2 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row2, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p3 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row3, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p4 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row4, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p5 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row5, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p6 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row6, 1);
+      uint8x8_t p7 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row7, 1);
+
+      // again, these can translate into one instruction, but often don't.
+#define dct_trn8_8(x, y) { uint8x8x2_t t = vtrn_u8(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; }
+#define dct_trn8_16(x, y) { uint16x4x2_t t = vtrn_u16(vreinterpret_u16_u8(x), vreinterpret_u16_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[1]); }
+#define dct_trn8_32(x, y) { uint32x2x2_t t = vtrn_u32(vreinterpret_u32_u8(x), vreinterpret_u32_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[1]); }
+
+      // sadly can't use interleaved stores here since we only write
+      // 8 bytes to each scan line!
+
+      // 8x8 8-bit transpose pass 1
+      dct_trn8_8(p0, p1);
+      dct_trn8_8(p2, p3);
+      dct_trn8_8(p4, p5);
+      dct_trn8_8(p6, p7);
+
+      // pass 2
+      dct_trn8_16(p0, p2);
+      dct_trn8_16(p1, p3);
+      dct_trn8_16(p4, p6);
+      dct_trn8_16(p5, p7);
+
+      // pass 3
+      dct_trn8_32(p0, p4);
+      dct_trn8_32(p1, p5);
+      dct_trn8_32(p2, p6);
+      dct_trn8_32(p3, p7);
+
+      // store
+      vst1_u8(out, p0); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p1); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p2); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p3); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p4); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p5); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p6); out += out_stride;
+      vst1_u8(out, p7);
+
+#undef dct_trn8_8
+#undef dct_trn8_16
+#undef dct_trn8_32
+   }
+
+#undef dct_long_mul
+#undef dct_long_mac
+#undef dct_widen
+#undef dct_wadd
+#undef dct_wsub
+#undef dct_bfly32o
+#undef dct_pass
+}
+
+#endif // STBI_NEON
+
+#define STBI__MARKER_none  0xff
+// if there's a pending marker from the entropy stream, return that
+// otherwise, fetch from the stream and get a marker. if there's no
+// marker, return 0xff, which is never a valid marker value
+static stbi_uc stbi__get_marker(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   stbi_uc x;
+   if (j->marker != STBI__MARKER_none) { x = j->marker; j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; return x; }
+   x = stbi__get8(j->s);
+   if (x != 0xff) return STBI__MARKER_none;
+   while (x == 0xff)
+      x = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume repeated 0xff fill bytes
+   return x;
+}
+
+// in each scan, we'll have scan_n components, and the order
+// of the components is specified by order[]
+#define STBI__RESTART(x)     ((x) >= 0xd0 && (x) <= 0xd7)
+
+// after a restart interval, stbi__jpeg_reset the entropy decoder and
+// the dc prediction
+static void stbi__jpeg_reset(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   j->code_bits = 0;
+   j->code_buffer = 0;
+   j->nomore = 0;
+   j->img_comp[0].dc_pred = j->img_comp[1].dc_pred = j->img_comp[2].dc_pred = j->img_comp[3].dc_pred = 0;
+   j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none;
+   j->todo = j->restart_interval ? j->restart_interval : 0x7fffffff;
+   j->eob_run = 0;
+   // no more than 1<<31 MCUs if no restart_interal? that's plenty safe,
+   // since we don't even allow 1<<30 pixels
+}
+
+static int stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(stbi__jpeg *z)
+{
+   stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
+   if (!z->progressive) {
+      if (z->scan_n == 1) {
+         int i,j;
+         STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]);
+         int n = z->order[0];
+         // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time,
+         // in trivial scanline order
+         // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this
+         // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such
+         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
+         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
+         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
+               int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
+               if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0;
+               z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
+               // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval
+               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
+                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
+                  // if it's NOT a restart, then just bail, so we get corrupt data
+                  // rather than no data
+                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
+                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+         return 1;
+      } else { // interleaved
+         int i,j,k,x,y;
+         STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]);
+         for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) {
+               // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order
+               for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) {
+                  int n = z->order[k];
+                  // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined
+                  // by the basic H and V specified for the component
+                  for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) {
+                     for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) {
+                        int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x)*8;
+                        int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y)*8;
+                        int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
+                        if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0;
+                        z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*y2+x2, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
+                     }
+                  }
+               }
+               // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU,
+               // so now count down the restart interval
+               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
+                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
+                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
+                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+         return 1;
+      }
+   } else {
+      if (z->scan_n == 1) {
+         int i,j;
+         int n = z->order[0];
+         // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time,
+         // in trivial scanline order
+         // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this
+         // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such
+         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
+         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
+         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
+               short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
+               if (z->spec_start == 0) {
+                  if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n))
+                     return 0;
+               } else {
+                  int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
+                  if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(z, data, &z->huff_ac[ha], z->fast_ac[ha]))
+                     return 0;
+               }
+               // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval
+               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
+                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
+                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
+                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+         return 1;
+      } else { // interleaved
+         int i,j,k,x,y;
+         for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) {
+               // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order
+               for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) {
+                  int n = z->order[k];
+                  // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined
+                  // by the basic H and V specified for the component
+                  for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) {
+                     for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) {
+                        int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x);
+                        int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y);
+                        short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (x2 + y2 * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
+                        if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n))
+                           return 0;
+                     }
+                  }
+               }
+               // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU,
+               // so now count down the restart interval
+               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
+                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
+                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
+                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+         return 1;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static void stbi__jpeg_dequantize(short *data, stbi__uint16 *dequant)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < 64; ++i)
+      data[i] *= dequant[i];
+}
+
+static void stbi__jpeg_finish(stbi__jpeg *z)
+{
+   if (z->progressive) {
+      // dequantize and idct the data
+      int i,j,n;
+      for (n=0; n < z->s->img_n; ++n) {
+         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
+         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
+         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
+               short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
+               stbi__jpeg_dequantize(data, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq]);
+               z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static int stbi__process_marker(stbi__jpeg *z, int m)
+{
+   int L;
+   switch (m) {
+      case STBI__MARKER_none: // no marker found
+         return stbi__err("expected marker","Corrupt JPEG");
+
+      case 0xDD: // DRI - specify restart interval
+         if (stbi__get16be(z->s) != 4) return stbi__err("bad DRI len","Corrupt JPEG");
+         z->restart_interval = stbi__get16be(z->s);
+         return 1;
+
+      case 0xDB: // DQT - define quantization table
+         L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2;
+         while (L > 0) {
+            int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
+            int p = q >> 4, sixteen = (p != 0);
+            int t = q & 15,i;
+            if (p != 0 && p != 1) return stbi__err("bad DQT type","Corrupt JPEG");
+            if (t > 3) return stbi__err("bad DQT table","Corrupt JPEG");
+
+            for (i=0; i < 64; ++i)
+               z->dequant[t][stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[i]] = (stbi__uint16)(sixteen ? stbi__get16be(z->s) : stbi__get8(z->s));
+            L -= (sixteen ? 129 : 65);
+         }
+         return L==0;
+
+      case 0xC4: // DHT - define huffman table
+         L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2;
+         while (L > 0) {
+            stbi_uc *v;
+            int sizes[16],i,n=0;
+            int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
+            int tc = q >> 4;
+            int th = q & 15;
+            if (tc > 1 || th > 3) return stbi__err("bad DHT header","Corrupt JPEG");
+            for (i=0; i < 16; ++i) {
+               sizes[i] = stbi__get8(z->s);
+               n += sizes[i];
+            }
+            L -= 17;
+            if (tc == 0) {
+               if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_dc+th, sizes)) return 0;
+               v = z->huff_dc[th].values;
+            } else {
+               if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_ac+th, sizes)) return 0;
+               v = z->huff_ac[th].values;
+            }
+            for (i=0; i < n; ++i)
+               v[i] = stbi__get8(z->s);
+            if (tc != 0)
+               stbi__build_fast_ac(z->fast_ac[th], z->huff_ac + th);
+            L -= n;
+         }
+         return L==0;
+   }
+
+   // check for comment block or APP blocks
+   if ((m >= 0xE0 && m <= 0xEF) || m == 0xFE) {
+      L = stbi__get16be(z->s);
+      if (L < 2) {
+         if (m == 0xFE)
+            return stbi__err("bad COM len","Corrupt JPEG");
+         else
+            return stbi__err("bad APP len","Corrupt JPEG");
+      }
+      L -= 2;
+
+      if (m == 0xE0 && L >= 5) { // JFIF APP0 segment
+         static const unsigned char tag[5] = {'J','F','I','F','\0'};
+         int ok = 1;
+         int i;
+         for (i=0; i < 5; ++i)
+            if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i])
+               ok = 0;
+         L -= 5;
+         if (ok)
+            z->jfif = 1;
+      } else if (m == 0xEE && L >= 12) { // Adobe APP14 segment
+         static const unsigned char tag[6] = {'A','d','o','b','e','\0'};
+         int ok = 1;
+         int i;
+         for (i=0; i < 6; ++i)
+            if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i])
+               ok = 0;
+         L -= 6;
+         if (ok) {
+            stbi__get8(z->s); // version
+            stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags0
+            stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags1
+            z->app14_color_transform = stbi__get8(z->s); // color transform
+            L -= 6;
+         }
+      }
+
+      stbi__skip(z->s, L);
+      return 1;
+   }
+
+   return stbi__err("unknown marker","Corrupt JPEG");
+}
+
+// after we see SOS
+static int stbi__process_scan_header(stbi__jpeg *z)
+{
+   int i;
+   int Ls = stbi__get16be(z->s);
+   z->scan_n = stbi__get8(z->s);
+   if (z->scan_n < 1 || z->scan_n > 4 || z->scan_n > (int) z->s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS component count","Corrupt JPEG");
+   if (Ls != 6+2*z->scan_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS len","Corrupt JPEG");
+   for (i=0; i < z->scan_n; ++i) {
+      int id = stbi__get8(z->s), which;
+      int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
+      for (which = 0; which < z->s->img_n; ++which)
+         if (z->img_comp[which].id == id)
+            break;
+      if (which == z->s->img_n) return 0; // no match
+      z->img_comp[which].hd = q >> 4;   if (z->img_comp[which].hd > 3) return stbi__err("bad DC huff","Corrupt JPEG");
+      z->img_comp[which].ha = q & 15;   if (z->img_comp[which].ha > 3) return stbi__err("bad AC huff","Corrupt JPEG");
+      z->order[i] = which;
+   }
+
+   {
+      int aa;
+      z->spec_start = stbi__get8(z->s);
+      z->spec_end   = stbi__get8(z->s); // should be 63, but might be 0
+      aa = stbi__get8(z->s);
+      z->succ_high = (aa >> 4);
+      z->succ_low  = (aa & 15);
+      if (z->progressive) {
+         if (z->spec_start > 63 || z->spec_end > 63  || z->spec_start > z->spec_end || z->succ_high > 13 || z->succ_low > 13)
+            return stbi__err("bad SOS", "Corrupt JPEG");
+      } else {
+         if (z->spec_start != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG");
+         if (z->succ_high != 0 || z->succ_low != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG");
+         z->spec_end = 63;
+      }
+   }
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__free_jpeg_components(stbi__jpeg *z, int ncomp, int why)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < ncomp; ++i) {
+      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data) {
+         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_data);
+         z->img_comp[i].raw_data = NULL;
+         z->img_comp[i].data = NULL;
+      }
+      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff) {
+         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff);
+         z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0;
+         z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0;
+      }
+      if (z->img_comp[i].linebuf) {
+         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].linebuf);
+         z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
+      }
+   }
+   return why;
+}
+
+static int stbi__process_frame_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan)
+{
+   stbi__context *s = z->s;
+   int Lf,p,i,q, h_max=1,v_max=1,c;
+   Lf = stbi__get16be(s);         if (Lf < 11) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG
+   p  = stbi__get8(s);            if (p != 8) return stbi__err("only 8-bit","JPEG format not supported: 8-bit only"); // JPEG baseline
+   s->img_y = stbi__get16be(s);   if (s->img_y == 0) return stbi__err("no header height", "JPEG format not supported: delayed height"); // Legal, but we don't handle it--but neither does IJG
+   s->img_x = stbi__get16be(s);   if (s->img_x == 0) return stbi__err("0 width","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG requires
+   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   c = stbi__get8(s);
+   if (c != 3 && c != 1 && c != 4) return stbi__err("bad component count","Corrupt JPEG");
+   s->img_n = c;
+   for (i=0; i < c; ++i) {
+      z->img_comp[i].data = NULL;
+      z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
+   }
+
+   if (Lf != 8+3*s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG");
+
+   z->rgb = 0;
+   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
+      static const unsigned char rgb[3] = { 'R', 'G', 'B' };
+      z->img_comp[i].id = stbi__get8(s);
+      if (s->img_n == 3 && z->img_comp[i].id == rgb[i])
+         ++z->rgb;
+      q = stbi__get8(s);
+      z->img_comp[i].h = (q >> 4);  if (!z->img_comp[i].h || z->img_comp[i].h > 4) return stbi__err("bad H","Corrupt JPEG");
+      z->img_comp[i].v = q & 15;    if (!z->img_comp[i].v || z->img_comp[i].v > 4) return stbi__err("bad V","Corrupt JPEG");
+      z->img_comp[i].tq = stbi__get8(s);  if (z->img_comp[i].tq > 3) return stbi__err("bad TQ","Corrupt JPEG");
+   }
+
+   if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1;
+
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_x, s->img_y, s->img_n, 0)) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode");
+
+   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
+      if (z->img_comp[i].h > h_max) h_max = z->img_comp[i].h;
+      if (z->img_comp[i].v > v_max) v_max = z->img_comp[i].v;
+   }
+
+   // compute interleaved mcu info
+   z->img_h_max = h_max;
+   z->img_v_max = v_max;
+   z->img_mcu_w = h_max * 8;
+   z->img_mcu_h = v_max * 8;
+   // these sizes can't be more than 17 bits
+   z->img_mcu_x = (s->img_x + z->img_mcu_w-1) / z->img_mcu_w;
+   z->img_mcu_y = (s->img_y + z->img_mcu_h-1) / z->img_mcu_h;
+
+   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
+      // number of effective pixels (e.g. for non-interleaved MCU)
+      z->img_comp[i].x = (s->img_x * z->img_comp[i].h + h_max-1) / h_max;
+      z->img_comp[i].y = (s->img_y * z->img_comp[i].v + v_max-1) / v_max;
+      // to simplify generation, we'll allocate enough memory to decode
+      // the bogus oversized data from using interleaved MCUs and their
+      // big blocks (e.g. a 16x16 iMCU on an image of width 33); we won't
+      // discard the extra data until colorspace conversion
+      //
+      // img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y: <=17 bits; comp[i].h and .v are <=4 (checked earlier)
+      // so these muls can't overflow with 32-bit ints (which we require)
+      z->img_comp[i].w2 = z->img_mcu_x * z->img_comp[i].h * 8;
+      z->img_comp[i].h2 = z->img_mcu_y * z->img_comp[i].v * 8;
+      z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0;
+      z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0;
+      z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
+      z->img_comp[i].raw_data = stbi__malloc_mad2(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, 15);
+      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data == NULL)
+         return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"));
+      // align blocks for idct using mmx/sse
+      z->img_comp[i].data = (stbi_uc*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_data + 15) & ~15);
+      if (z->progressive) {
+         // w2, h2 are multiples of 8 (see above)
+         z->img_comp[i].coeff_w = z->img_comp[i].w2 / 8;
+         z->img_comp[i].coeff_h = z->img_comp[i].h2 / 8;
+         z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = stbi__malloc_mad3(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, sizeof(short), 15);
+         if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff == NULL)
+            return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"));
+         z->img_comp[i].coeff = (short*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff + 15) & ~15);
+      }
+   }
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// use comparisons since in some cases we handle more than one case (e.g. SOF)
+#define stbi__DNL(x)         ((x) == 0xdc)
+#define stbi__SOI(x)         ((x) == 0xd8)
+#define stbi__EOI(x)         ((x) == 0xd9)
+#define stbi__SOF(x)         ((x) == 0xc0 || (x) == 0xc1 || (x) == 0xc2)
+#define stbi__SOS(x)         ((x) == 0xda)
+
+#define stbi__SOF_progressive(x)   ((x) == 0xc2)
+
+static int stbi__decode_jpeg_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan)
+{
+   int m;
+   z->jfif = 0;
+   z->app14_color_transform = -1; // valid values are 0,1,2
+   z->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; // initialize cached marker to empty
+   m = stbi__get_marker(z);
+   if (!stbi__SOI(m)) return stbi__err("no SOI","Corrupt JPEG");
+   if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1;
+   m = stbi__get_marker(z);
+   while (!stbi__SOF(m)) {
+      if (!stbi__process_marker(z,m)) return 0;
+      m = stbi__get_marker(z);
+      while (m == STBI__MARKER_none) {
+         // some files have extra padding after their blocks, so ok, we'll scan
+         if (stbi__at_eof(z->s)) return stbi__err("no SOF", "Corrupt JPEG");
+         m = stbi__get_marker(z);
+      }
+   }
+   z->progressive = stbi__SOF_progressive(m);
+   if (!stbi__process_frame_header(z, scan)) return 0;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// decode image to YCbCr format
+static int stbi__decode_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   int m;
+   for (m = 0; m < 4; m++) {
+      j->img_comp[m].raw_data = NULL;
+      j->img_comp[m].raw_coeff = NULL;
+   }
+   j->restart_interval = 0;
+   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_load)) return 0;
+   m = stbi__get_marker(j);
+   while (!stbi__EOI(m)) {
+      if (stbi__SOS(m)) {
+         if (!stbi__process_scan_header(j)) return 0;
+         if (!stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(j)) return 0;
+         if (j->marker == STBI__MARKER_none ) {
+            // handle 0s at the end of image data from IP Kamera 9060
+            while (!stbi__at_eof(j->s)) {
+               int x = stbi__get8(j->s);
+               if (x == 255) {
+                  j->marker = stbi__get8(j->s);
+                  break;
+               }
+            }
+            // if we reach eof without hitting a marker, stbi__get_marker() below will fail and we'll eventually return 0
+         }
+      } else if (stbi__DNL(m)) {
+         int Ld = stbi__get16be(j->s);
+         stbi__uint32 NL = stbi__get16be(j->s);
+         if (Ld != 4) return stbi__err("bad DNL len", "Corrupt JPEG");
+         if (NL != j->s->img_y) return stbi__err("bad DNL height", "Corrupt JPEG");
+      } else {
+         if (!stbi__process_marker(j, m)) return 0;
+      }
+      m = stbi__get_marker(j);
+   }
+   if (j->progressive)
+      stbi__jpeg_finish(j);
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// static jfif-centered resampling (across block boundaries)
+
+typedef stbi_uc *(*resample_row_func)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in0, stbi_uc *in1,
+                                    int w, int hs);
+
+#define stbi__div4(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 2))
+
+static stbi_uc *resample_row_1(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   STBI_NOTUSED(out);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(w);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
+   return in_near;
+}
+
+static stbi_uc* stbi__resample_row_v_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   // need to generate two samples vertically for every one in input
+   int i;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
+   for (i=0; i < w; ++i)
+      out[i] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[i] + in_far[i] + 2);
+   return out;
+}
+
+static stbi_uc*  stbi__resample_row_h_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   // need to generate two samples horizontally for every one in input
+   int i;
+   stbi_uc *input = in_near;
+
+   if (w == 1) {
+      // if only one sample, can't do any interpolation
+      out[0] = out[1] = input[0];
+      return out;
+   }
+
+   out[0] = input[0];
+   out[1] = stbi__div4(input[0]*3 + input[1] + 2);
+   for (i=1; i < w-1; ++i) {
+      int n = 3*input[i]+2;
+      out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(n+input[i-1]);
+      out[i*2+1] = stbi__div4(n+input[i+1]);
+   }
+   out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(input[w-2]*3 + input[w-1] + 2);
+   out[i*2+1] = input[w-1];
+
+   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
+
+   return out;
+}
+
+#define stbi__div16(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 4))
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input
+   int i,t0,t1;
+   if (w == 1) {
+      out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2);
+      return out;
+   }
+
+   t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0];
+   out[0] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
+   for (i=1; i < w; ++i) {
+      t0 = t1;
+      t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i];
+      out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8);
+      out[i*2  ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
+   }
+   out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
+
+   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
+
+   return out;
+}
+
+#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON)
+static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input
+   int i=0,t0,t1;
+
+   if (w == 1) {
+      out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2);
+      return out;
+   }
+
+   t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0];
+   // process groups of 8 pixels for as long as we can.
+   // note we can't handle the last pixel in a row in this loop
+   // because we need to handle the filter boundary conditions.
+   for (; i < ((w-1) & ~7); i += 8) {
+#if defined(STBI_SSE2)
+      // load and perform the vertical filtering pass
+      // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x)
+      __m128i zero  = _mm_setzero_si128();
+      __m128i farb  = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_far + i));
+      __m128i nearb = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_near + i));
+      __m128i farw  = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(farb, zero);
+      __m128i nearw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(nearb, zero);
+      __m128i diff  = _mm_sub_epi16(farw, nearw);
+      __m128i nears = _mm_slli_epi16(nearw, 2);
+      __m128i curr  = _mm_add_epi16(nears, diff); // current row
+
+      // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current
+      // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to
+      // insert the previous pixel value (from t1).
+      // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel
+      // of next block of 8 pixels added in.
+      __m128i prv0 = _mm_slli_si128(curr, 2);
+      __m128i nxt0 = _mm_srli_si128(curr, 2);
+      __m128i prev = _mm_insert_epi16(prv0, t1, 0);
+      __m128i next = _mm_insert_epi16(nxt0, 3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], 7);
+
+      // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient:
+      // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur)
+      // odd  pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur)
+      // note the shared term.
+      __m128i bias  = _mm_set1_epi16(8);
+      __m128i curs = _mm_slli_epi16(curr, 2);
+      __m128i prvd = _mm_sub_epi16(prev, curr);
+      __m128i nxtd = _mm_sub_epi16(next, curr);
+      __m128i curb = _mm_add_epi16(curs, bias);
+      __m128i even = _mm_add_epi16(prvd, curb);
+      __m128i odd  = _mm_add_epi16(nxtd, curb);
+
+      // interleave even and odd pixels, then undo scaling.
+      __m128i int0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(even, odd);
+      __m128i int1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(even, odd);
+      __m128i de0  = _mm_srli_epi16(int0, 4);
+      __m128i de1  = _mm_srli_epi16(int1, 4);
+
+      // pack and write output
+      __m128i outv = _mm_packus_epi16(de0, de1);
+      _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + i*2), outv);
+#elif defined(STBI_NEON)
+      // load and perform the vertical filtering pass
+      // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x)
+      uint8x8_t farb  = vld1_u8(in_far + i);
+      uint8x8_t nearb = vld1_u8(in_near + i);
+      int16x8_t diff  = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vsubl_u8(farb, nearb));
+      int16x8_t nears = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(nearb, 2));
+      int16x8_t curr  = vaddq_s16(nears, diff); // current row
+
+      // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current
+      // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to
+      // insert the previous pixel value (from t1).
+      // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel
+      // of next block of 8 pixels added in.
+      int16x8_t prv0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 7);
+      int16x8_t nxt0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 1);
+      int16x8_t prev = vsetq_lane_s16(t1, prv0, 0);
+      int16x8_t next = vsetq_lane_s16(3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], nxt0, 7);
+
+      // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient:
+      // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur)
+      // odd  pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur)
+      // note the shared term.
+      int16x8_t curs = vshlq_n_s16(curr, 2);
+      int16x8_t prvd = vsubq_s16(prev, curr);
+      int16x8_t nxtd = vsubq_s16(next, curr);
+      int16x8_t even = vaddq_s16(curs, prvd);
+      int16x8_t odd  = vaddq_s16(curs, nxtd);
+
+      // undo scaling and round, then store with even/odd phases interleaved
+      uint8x8x2_t o;
+      o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(even, 4);
+      o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(odd,  4);
+      vst2_u8(out + i*2, o);
+#endif
+
+      // "previous" value for next iter
+      t1 = 3*in_near[i+7] + in_far[i+7];
+   }
+
+   t0 = t1;
+   t1 = 3*in_near[i] + in_far[i];
+   out[i*2] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
+
+   for (++i; i < w; ++i) {
+      t0 = t1;
+      t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i];
+      out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8);
+      out[i*2  ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
+   }
+   out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
+
+   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
+
+   return out;
+}
+#endif
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_generic(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
+{
+   // resample with nearest-neighbor
+   int i,j;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
+   for (i=0; i < w; ++i)
+      for (j=0; j < hs; ++j)
+         out[i*hs+j] = in_near[i];
+   return out;
+}
+
+// this is a reduced-precision calculation of YCbCr-to-RGB introduced
+// to make sure the code produces the same results in both SIMD and scalar
+#define stbi__float2fixed(x)  (((int) ((x) * 4096.0f + 0.5f)) << 8)
+static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < count; ++i) {
+      int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding
+      int r,g,b;
+      int cr = pcr[i] - 128;
+      int cb = pcb[i] - 128;
+      r = y_fixed +  cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f);
+      g = y_fixed + (cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f)) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000);
+      b = y_fixed                                     +   cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f);
+      r >>= 20;
+      g >>= 20;
+      b >>= 20;
+      if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; }
+      if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; }
+      if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; }
+      out[0] = (stbi_uc)r;
+      out[1] = (stbi_uc)g;
+      out[2] = (stbi_uc)b;
+      out[3] = 255;
+      out += step;
+   }
+}
+
+#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON)
+static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc const *y, stbi_uc const *pcb, stbi_uc const *pcr, int count, int step)
+{
+   int i = 0;
+
+#ifdef STBI_SSE2
+   // step == 3 is pretty ugly on the final interleave, and i'm not convinced
+   // it's useful in practice (you wouldn't use it for textures, for example).
+   // so just accelerate step == 4 case.
+   if (step == 4) {
+      // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized.
+      __m128i signflip  = _mm_set1_epi8(-0x80);
+      __m128i cr_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16(   (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      __m128i cr_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      __m128i cb_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      __m128i cb_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16(   (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      __m128i y_bias = _mm_set1_epi8((char) (unsigned char) 128);
+      __m128i xw = _mm_set1_epi16(255); // alpha channel
+
+      for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) {
+         // load
+         __m128i y_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (y+i));
+         __m128i cr_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcr+i));
+         __m128i cb_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcb+i));
+         __m128i cr_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cr_bytes, signflip); // -128
+         __m128i cb_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cb_bytes, signflip); // -128
+
+         // unpack to short (and left-shift cr, cb by 8)
+         __m128i yw  = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(y_bias, y_bytes);
+         __m128i crw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cr_biased);
+         __m128i cbw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cb_biased);
+
+         // color transform
+         __m128i yws = _mm_srli_epi16(yw, 4);
+         __m128i cr0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cr_const0, crw);
+         __m128i cb0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cb_const0, cbw);
+         __m128i cb1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cbw, cb_const1);
+         __m128i cr1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(crw, cr_const1);
+         __m128i rws = _mm_add_epi16(cr0, yws);
+         __m128i gwt = _mm_add_epi16(cb0, yws);
+         __m128i bws = _mm_add_epi16(yws, cb1);
+         __m128i gws = _mm_add_epi16(gwt, cr1);
+
+         // descale
+         __m128i rw = _mm_srai_epi16(rws, 4);
+         __m128i bw = _mm_srai_epi16(bws, 4);
+         __m128i gw = _mm_srai_epi16(gws, 4);
+
+         // back to byte, set up for transpose
+         __m128i brb = _mm_packus_epi16(rw, bw);
+         __m128i gxb = _mm_packus_epi16(gw, xw);
+
+         // transpose to interleave channels
+         __m128i t0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(brb, gxb);
+         __m128i t1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(brb, gxb);
+         __m128i o0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(t0, t1);
+         __m128i o1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(t0, t1);
+
+         // store
+         _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 0), o0);
+         _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 16), o1);
+         out += 32;
+      }
+   }
+#endif
+
+#ifdef STBI_NEON
+   // in this version, step=3 support would be easy to add. but is there demand?
+   if (step == 4) {
+      // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized.
+      uint8x8_t signflip = vdup_n_u8(0x80);
+      int16x8_t cr_const0 = vdupq_n_s16(   (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      int16x8_t cr_const1 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      int16x8_t cb_const0 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+      int16x8_t cb_const1 = vdupq_n_s16(   (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
+
+      for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) {
+         // load
+         uint8x8_t y_bytes  = vld1_u8(y + i);
+         uint8x8_t cr_bytes = vld1_u8(pcr + i);
+         uint8x8_t cb_bytes = vld1_u8(pcb + i);
+         int8x8_t cr_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cr_bytes, signflip));
+         int8x8_t cb_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cb_bytes, signflip));
+
+         // expand to s16
+         int16x8_t yws = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(y_bytes, 4));
+         int16x8_t crw = vshll_n_s8(cr_biased, 7);
+         int16x8_t cbw = vshll_n_s8(cb_biased, 7);
+
+         // color transform
+         int16x8_t cr0 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const0);
+         int16x8_t cb0 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const0);
+         int16x8_t cr1 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const1);
+         int16x8_t cb1 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const1);
+         int16x8_t rws = vaddq_s16(yws, cr0);
+         int16x8_t gws = vaddq_s16(vaddq_s16(yws, cb0), cr1);
+         int16x8_t bws = vaddq_s16(yws, cb1);
+
+         // undo scaling, round, convert to byte
+         uint8x8x4_t o;
+         o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(rws, 4);
+         o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(gws, 4);
+         o.val[2] = vqrshrun_n_s16(bws, 4);
+         o.val[3] = vdup_n_u8(255);
+
+         // store, interleaving r/g/b/a
+         vst4_u8(out, o);
+         out += 8*4;
+      }
+   }
+#endif
+
+   for (; i < count; ++i) {
+      int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding
+      int r,g,b;
+      int cr = pcr[i] - 128;
+      int cb = pcb[i] - 128;
+      r = y_fixed + cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f);
+      g = y_fixed + cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000);
+      b = y_fixed                                   +   cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f);
+      r >>= 20;
+      g >>= 20;
+      b >>= 20;
+      if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; }
+      if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; }
+      if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; }
+      out[0] = (stbi_uc)r;
+      out[1] = (stbi_uc)g;
+      out[2] = (stbi_uc)b;
+      out[3] = 255;
+      out += step;
+   }
+}
+#endif
+
+// set up the kernels
+static void stbi__setup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_block;
+   j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row;
+   j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2;
+
+#ifdef STBI_SSE2
+   if (stbi__sse2_available()) {
+      j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd;
+      j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd;
+      j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd;
+   }
+#endif
+
+#ifdef STBI_NEON
+   j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd;
+   j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd;
+   j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd;
+#endif
+}
+
+// clean up the temporary component buffers
+static void stbi__cleanup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j)
+{
+   stbi__free_jpeg_components(j, j->s->img_n, 0);
+}
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   resample_row_func resample;
+   stbi_uc *line0,*line1;
+   int hs,vs;   // expansion factor in each axis
+   int w_lores; // horizontal pixels pre-expansion
+   int ystep;   // how far through vertical expansion we are
+   int ypos;    // which pre-expansion row we're on
+} stbi__resample;
+
+// fast 0..255 * 0..255 => 0..255 rounded multiplication
+static stbi_uc stbi__blinn_8x8(stbi_uc x, stbi_uc y)
+{
+   unsigned int t = x*y + 128;
+   return (stbi_uc) ((t + (t >>8)) >> 8);
+}
+
+static stbi_uc *load_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *z, int *out_x, int *out_y, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   int n, decode_n, is_rgb;
+   z->s->img_n = 0; // make stbi__cleanup_jpeg safe
+
+   // validate req_comp
+   if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error");
+
+   // load a jpeg image from whichever source, but leave in YCbCr format
+   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_image(z)) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return NULL; }
+
+   // determine actual number of components to generate
+   n = req_comp ? req_comp : z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1;
+
+   is_rgb = z->s->img_n == 3 && (z->rgb == 3 || (z->app14_color_transform == 0 && !z->jfif));
+
+   if (z->s->img_n == 3 && n < 3 && !is_rgb)
+      decode_n = 1;
+   else
+      decode_n = z->s->img_n;
+
+   // resample and color-convert
+   {
+      int k;
+      unsigned int i,j;
+      stbi_uc *output;
+      stbi_uc *coutput[4] = { NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL };
+
+      stbi__resample res_comp[4];
+
+      for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) {
+         stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k];
+
+         // allocate line buffer big enough for upsampling off the edges
+         // with upsample factor of 4
+         z->img_comp[k].linebuf = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(z->s->img_x + 3);
+         if (!z->img_comp[k].linebuf) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
+
+         r->hs      = z->img_h_max / z->img_comp[k].h;
+         r->vs      = z->img_v_max / z->img_comp[k].v;
+         r->ystep   = r->vs >> 1;
+         r->w_lores = (z->s->img_x + r->hs-1) / r->hs;
+         r->ypos    = 0;
+         r->line0   = r->line1 = z->img_comp[k].data;
+
+         if      (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = resample_row_1;
+         else if (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_v_2;
+         else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_h_2;
+         else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = z->resample_row_hv_2_kernel;
+         else                               r->resample = stbi__resample_row_generic;
+      }
+
+      // can't error after this so, this is safe
+      output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(n, z->s->img_x, z->s->img_y, 1);
+      if (!output) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
+
+      // now go ahead and resample
+      for (j=0; j < z->s->img_y; ++j) {
+         stbi_uc *out = output + n * z->s->img_x * j;
+         for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) {
+            stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k];
+            int y_bot = r->ystep >= (r->vs >> 1);
+            coutput[k] = r->resample(z->img_comp[k].linebuf,
+                                     y_bot ? r->line1 : r->line0,
+                                     y_bot ? r->line0 : r->line1,
+                                     r->w_lores, r->hs);
+            if (++r->ystep >= r->vs) {
+               r->ystep = 0;
+               r->line0 = r->line1;
+               if (++r->ypos < z->img_comp[k].y)
+                  r->line1 += z->img_comp[k].w2;
+            }
+         }
+         if (n >= 3) {
+            stbi_uc *y = coutput[0];
+            if (z->s->img_n == 3) {
+               if (is_rgb) {
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                     out[0] = y[i];
+                     out[1] = coutput[1][i];
+                     out[2] = coutput[2][i];
+                     out[3] = 255;
+                     out += n;
+                  }
+               } else {
+                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
+               }
+            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4) {
+               if (z->app14_color_transform == 0) { // CMYK
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                     stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
+                     out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], m);
+                     out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], m);
+                     out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], m);
+                     out[3] = 255;
+                     out += n;
+                  }
+               } else if (z->app14_color_transform == 2) { // YCCK
+                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                     stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
+                     out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[0], m);
+                     out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[1], m);
+                     out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[2], m);
+                     out += n;
+                  }
+               } else { // YCbCr + alpha?  Ignore the fourth channel for now
+                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
+               }
+            } else
+               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                  out[0] = out[1] = out[2] = y[i];
+                  out[3] = 255; // not used if n==3
+                  out += n;
+               }
+         } else {
+            if (is_rgb) {
+               if (n == 1)
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i)
+                     *out++ = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]);
+               else {
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i, out += 2) {
+                     out[0] = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]);
+                     out[1] = 255;
+                  }
+               }
+            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 0) {
+               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                  stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
+                  stbi_uc r = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], m);
+                  stbi_uc g = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], m);
+                  stbi_uc b = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], m);
+                  out[0] = stbi__compute_y(r, g, b);
+                  out[1] = 255;
+                  out += n;
+               }
+            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 2) {
+               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
+                  out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - coutput[0][i], coutput[3][i]);
+                  out[1] = 255;
+                  out += n;
+               }
+            } else {
+               stbi_uc *y = coutput[0];
+               if (n == 1)
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) out[i] = y[i];
+               else
+                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { *out++ = y[i]; *out++ = 255; }
+            }
+         }
+      }
+      stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z);
+      *out_x = z->s->img_x;
+      *out_y = z->s->img_y;
+      if (comp) *comp = z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1; // report original components, not output
+      return output;
+   }
+}
+
+static void *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   unsigned char* result;
+   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg));
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+   j->s = s;
+   stbi__setup_jpeg(j);
+   result = load_jpeg_image(j, x,y,comp,req_comp);
+   STBI_FREE(j);
+   return result;
+}
+
+static int stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r;
+   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*)stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg));
+   j->s = s;
+   stbi__setup_jpeg(j);
+   r = stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_type);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   STBI_FREE(j);
+   return r;
+}
+
+static int stbi__jpeg_info_raw(stbi__jpeg *j, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_header)) {
+      stbi__rewind( j->s );
+      return 0;
+   }
+   if (x) *x = j->s->img_x;
+   if (y) *y = j->s->img_y;
+   if (comp) *comp = j->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   int result;
+   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) (stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg)));
+   j->s = s;
+   result = stbi__jpeg_info_raw(j, x, y, comp);
+   STBI_FREE(j);
+   return result;
+}
+#endif
+
+// public domain zlib decode    v0.2  Sean Barrett 2006-11-18
+//    simple implementation
+//      - all input must be provided in an upfront buffer
+//      - all output is written to a single output buffer (can malloc/realloc)
+//    performance
+//      - fast huffman
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_ZLIB
+
+// fast-way is faster to check than jpeg huffman, but slow way is slower
+#define STBI__ZFAST_BITS  9 // accelerate all cases in default tables
+#define STBI__ZFAST_MASK  ((1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS) - 1)
+
+// zlib-style huffman encoding
+// (jpegs packs from left, zlib from right, so can't share code)
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__uint16 fast[1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS];
+   stbi__uint16 firstcode[16];
+   int maxcode[17];
+   stbi__uint16 firstsymbol[16];
+   stbi_uc  size[288];
+   stbi__uint16 value[288];
+} stbi__zhuffman;
+
+stbi_inline static int stbi__bitreverse16(int n)
+{
+  n = ((n & 0xAAAA) >>  1) | ((n & 0x5555) << 1);
+  n = ((n & 0xCCCC) >>  2) | ((n & 0x3333) << 2);
+  n = ((n & 0xF0F0) >>  4) | ((n & 0x0F0F) << 4);
+  n = ((n & 0xFF00) >>  8) | ((n & 0x00FF) << 8);
+  return n;
+}
+
+stbi_inline static int stbi__bit_reverse(int v, int bits)
+{
+   STBI_ASSERT(bits <= 16);
+   // to bit reverse n bits, reverse 16 and shift
+   // e.g. 11 bits, bit reverse and shift away 5
+   return stbi__bitreverse16(v) >> (16-bits);
+}
+
+static int stbi__zbuild_huffman(stbi__zhuffman *z, const stbi_uc *sizelist, int num)
+{
+   int i,k=0;
+   int code, next_code[16], sizes[17];
+
+   // DEFLATE spec for generating codes
+   memset(sizes, 0, sizeof(sizes));
+   memset(z->fast, 0, sizeof(z->fast));
+   for (i=0; i < num; ++i)
+      ++sizes[sizelist[i]];
+   sizes[0] = 0;
+   for (i=1; i < 16; ++i)
+      if (sizes[i] > (1 << i))
+         return stbi__err("bad sizes", "Corrupt PNG");
+   code = 0;
+   for (i=1; i < 16; ++i) {
+      next_code[i] = code;
+      z->firstcode[i] = (stbi__uint16) code;
+      z->firstsymbol[i] = (stbi__uint16) k;
+      code = (code + sizes[i]);
+      if (sizes[i])
+         if (code-1 >= (1 << i)) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG");
+      z->maxcode[i] = code << (16-i); // preshift for inner loop
+      code <<= 1;
+      k += sizes[i];
+   }
+   z->maxcode[16] = 0x10000; // sentinel
+   for (i=0; i < num; ++i) {
+      int s = sizelist[i];
+      if (s) {
+         int c = next_code[s] - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s];
+         stbi__uint16 fastv = (stbi__uint16) ((s << 9) | i);
+         z->size [c] = (stbi_uc     ) s;
+         z->value[c] = (stbi__uint16) i;
+         if (s <= STBI__ZFAST_BITS) {
+            int j = stbi__bit_reverse(next_code[s],s);
+            while (j < (1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS)) {
+               z->fast[j] = fastv;
+               j += (1 << s);
+            }
+         }
+         ++next_code[s];
+      }
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+// zlib-from-memory implementation for PNG reading
+//    because PNG allows splitting the zlib stream arbitrarily,
+//    and it's annoying structurally to have PNG call ZLIB call PNG,
+//    we require PNG read all the IDATs and combine them into a single
+//    memory buffer
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi_uc *zbuffer, *zbuffer_end;
+   int num_bits;
+   stbi__uint32 code_buffer;
+
+   char *zout;
+   char *zout_start;
+   char *zout_end;
+   int   z_expandable;
+
+   stbi__zhuffman z_length, z_distance;
+} stbi__zbuf;
+
+stbi_inline static int stbi__zeof(stbi__zbuf *z)
+{
+   return (z->zbuffer >= z->zbuffer_end);
+}
+
+stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__zget8(stbi__zbuf *z)
+{
+   return stbi__zeof(z) ? 0 : *z->zbuffer++;
+}
+
+static void stbi__fill_bits(stbi__zbuf *z)
+{
+   do {
+      if (z->code_buffer >= (1U << z->num_bits)) {
+        z->zbuffer = z->zbuffer_end;  /* treat this as EOF so we fail. */
+        return;
+      }
+      z->code_buffer |= (unsigned int) stbi__zget8(z) << z->num_bits;
+      z->num_bits += 8;
+   } while (z->num_bits <= 24);
+}
+
+stbi_inline static unsigned int stbi__zreceive(stbi__zbuf *z, int n)
+{
+   unsigned int k;
+   if (z->num_bits < n) stbi__fill_bits(z);
+   k = z->code_buffer & ((1 << n) - 1);
+   z->code_buffer >>= n;
+   z->num_bits -= n;
+   return k;
+}
+
+static int stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z)
+{
+   int b,s,k;
+   // not resolved by fast table, so compute it the slow way
+   // use jpeg approach, which requires MSbits at top
+   k = stbi__bit_reverse(a->code_buffer, 16);
+   for (s=STBI__ZFAST_BITS+1; ; ++s)
+      if (k < z->maxcode[s])
+         break;
+   if (s >= 16) return -1; // invalid code!
+   // code size is s, so:
+   b = (k >> (16-s)) - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s];
+   if ((long unsigned int) b >= sizeof (z->size)) return -1; // some data was corrupt somewhere!
+   if (z->size[b] != s) return -1;  // was originally an assert, but report failure instead.
+   a->code_buffer >>= s;
+   a->num_bits -= s;
+   return z->value[b];
+}
+
+stbi_inline static int stbi__zhuffman_decode(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z)
+{
+   int b,s;
+   if (a->num_bits < 16) {
+      if (stbi__zeof(a)) {
+         return -1;   /* report error for unexpected end of data. */
+      }
+      stbi__fill_bits(a);
+   }
+   b = z->fast[a->code_buffer & STBI__ZFAST_MASK];
+   if (b) {
+      s = b >> 9;
+      a->code_buffer >>= s;
+      a->num_bits -= s;
+      return b & 511;
+   }
+   return stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(a, z);
+}
+
+static int stbi__zexpand(stbi__zbuf *z, char *zout, int n)  // need to make room for n bytes
+{
+   char *q;
+   unsigned int cur, limit, old_limit;
+   z->zout = zout;
+   if (!z->z_expandable) return stbi__err("output buffer limit","Corrupt PNG");
+   cur   = (unsigned int) (z->zout - z->zout_start);
+   limit = old_limit = (unsigned) (z->zout_end - z->zout_start);
+   if (UINT_MAX - cur < (unsigned) n) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   while (cur + n > limit) {
+      if(limit > UINT_MAX / 2) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+      limit *= 2;
+   }
+   q = (char *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->zout_start, old_limit, limit);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(old_limit);
+   if (q == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   z->zout_start = q;
+   z->zout       = q + cur;
+   z->zout_end   = q + limit;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static const int stbi__zlength_base[31] = {
+   3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,
+   15,17,19,23,27,31,35,43,51,59,
+   67,83,99,115,131,163,195,227,258,0,0 };
+
+static const int stbi__zlength_extra[31]=
+{ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3,4,4,4,4,5,5,5,5,0,0,0 };
+
+static const int stbi__zdist_base[32] = { 1,2,3,4,5,7,9,13,17,25,33,49,65,97,129,193,
+257,385,513,769,1025,1537,2049,3073,4097,6145,8193,12289,16385,24577,0,0};
+
+static const int stbi__zdist_extra[32] =
+{ 0,0,0,0,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,13,13};
+
+static int stbi__parse_huffman_block(stbi__zbuf *a)
+{
+   char *zout = a->zout;
+   for(;;) {
+      int z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_length);
+      if (z < 256) {
+         if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG"); // error in huffman codes
+         if (zout >= a->zout_end) {
+            if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, 1)) return 0;
+            zout = a->zout;
+         }
+         *zout++ = (char) z;
+      } else {
+         stbi_uc *p;
+         int len,dist;
+         if (z == 256) {
+            a->zout = zout;
+            return 1;
+         }
+         z -= 257;
+         len = stbi__zlength_base[z];
+         if (stbi__zlength_extra[z]) len += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zlength_extra[z]);
+         z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_distance);
+         if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG");
+         dist = stbi__zdist_base[z];
+         if (stbi__zdist_extra[z]) dist += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zdist_extra[z]);
+         if (zout - a->zout_start < dist) return stbi__err("bad dist","Corrupt PNG");
+         if (zout + len > a->zout_end) {
+            if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, len)) return 0;
+            zout = a->zout;
+         }
+         p = (stbi_uc *) (zout - dist);
+         if (dist == 1) { // run of one byte; common in images.
+            stbi_uc v = *p;
+            if (len) { do *zout++ = v; while (--len); }
+         } else {
+            if (len) { do *zout++ = *p++; while (--len); }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static int stbi__compute_huffman_codes(stbi__zbuf *a)
+{
+   static const stbi_uc length_dezigzag[19] = { 16,17,18,0,8,7,9,6,10,5,11,4,12,3,13,2,14,1,15 };
+   stbi__zhuffman z_codelength;
+   stbi_uc lencodes[286+32+137];//padding for maximum single op
+   stbi_uc codelength_sizes[19];
+   int i,n;
+
+   int hlit  = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 257;
+   int hdist = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 1;
+   int hclen = stbi__zreceive(a,4) + 4;
+   int ntot  = hlit + hdist;
+
+   memset(codelength_sizes, 0, sizeof(codelength_sizes));
+   for (i=0; i < hclen; ++i) {
+      int s = stbi__zreceive(a,3);
+      codelength_sizes[length_dezigzag[i]] = (stbi_uc) s;
+   }
+   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&z_codelength, codelength_sizes, 19)) return 0;
+
+   n = 0;
+   while (n < ntot) {
+      int c = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &z_codelength);
+      if (c < 0 || c >= 19) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
+      if (c < 16)
+         lencodes[n++] = (stbi_uc) c;
+      else {
+         stbi_uc fill = 0;
+         if (c == 16) {
+            c = stbi__zreceive(a,2)+3;
+            if (n == 0) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
+            fill = lencodes[n-1];
+         } else if (c == 17) {
+            c = stbi__zreceive(a,3)+3;
+         } else if (c == 18) {
+            c = stbi__zreceive(a,7)+11;
+         } else {
+            return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
+         }
+         if (ntot - n < c) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
+         memset(lencodes+n, fill, c);
+         n += c;
+      }
+   }
+   if (n != ntot) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG");
+   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length, lencodes, hlit)) return 0;
+   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, lencodes+hlit, hdist)) return 0;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(stbi__zbuf *a)
+{
+   stbi_uc header[4];
+   int len,nlen,k;
+   if (a->num_bits & 7)
+      stbi__zreceive(a, a->num_bits & 7); // discard
+   // drain the bit-packed data into header
+   k = 0;
+   while (a->num_bits > 0) {
+      header[k++] = (stbi_uc) (a->code_buffer & 255); // suppress MSVC run-time check
+      a->code_buffer >>= 8;
+      a->num_bits -= 8;
+   }
+   if (a->num_bits < 0) return stbi__err("zlib corrupt","Corrupt PNG");
+   // now fill header the normal way
+   while (k < 4)
+      header[k++] = stbi__zget8(a);
+   len  = header[1] * 256 + header[0];
+   nlen = header[3] * 256 + header[2];
+   if (nlen != (len ^ 0xffff)) return stbi__err("zlib corrupt","Corrupt PNG");
+   if (a->zbuffer + len > a->zbuffer_end) return stbi__err("read past buffer","Corrupt PNG");
+   if (a->zout + len > a->zout_end)
+      if (!stbi__zexpand(a, a->zout, len)) return 0;
+   memcpy(a->zout, a->zbuffer, len);
+   a->zbuffer += len;
+   a->zout += len;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__parse_zlib_header(stbi__zbuf *a)
+{
+   int cmf   = stbi__zget8(a);
+   int cm    = cmf & 15;
+   /* int cinfo = cmf >> 4; */
+   int flg   = stbi__zget8(a);
+   if (stbi__zeof(a)) return stbi__err("bad zlib header","Corrupt PNG"); // zlib spec
+   if ((cmf*256+flg) % 31 != 0) return stbi__err("bad zlib header","Corrupt PNG"); // zlib spec
+   if (flg & 32) return stbi__err("no preset dict","Corrupt PNG"); // preset dictionary not allowed in png
+   if (cm != 8) return stbi__err("bad compression","Corrupt PNG"); // DEFLATE required for png
+   // window = 1 << (8 + cinfo)... but who cares, we fully buffer output
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_length[288] =
+{
+   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
+   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
+   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
+   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
+   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
+   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
+   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
+   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
+   7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7, 7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8
+};
+static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_distance[32] =
+{
+   5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5
+};
+/*
+Init algorithm:
+{
+   int i;   // use <= to match clearly with spec
+   for (i=0; i <= 143; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 8;
+   for (   ; i <= 255; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 9;
+   for (   ; i <= 279; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 7;
+   for (   ; i <= 287; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 8;
+
+   for (i=0; i <=  31; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_distance[i] = 5;
+}
+*/
+
+static int stbi__parse_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, int parse_header)
+{
+   int final, type;
+   if (parse_header)
+      if (!stbi__parse_zlib_header(a)) return 0;
+   a->num_bits = 0;
+   a->code_buffer = 0;
+   do {
+      final = stbi__zreceive(a,1);
+      type = stbi__zreceive(a,2);
+      if (type == 0) {
+         if (!stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(a)) return 0;
+      } else if (type == 3) {
+         return 0;
+      } else {
+         if (type == 1) {
+            // use fixed code lengths
+            if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length  , stbi__zdefault_length  , 288)) return 0;
+            if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, stbi__zdefault_distance,  32)) return 0;
+         } else {
+            if (!stbi__compute_huffman_codes(a)) return 0;
+         }
+         if (!stbi__parse_huffman_block(a)) return 0;
+      }
+   } while (!final);
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__do_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, char *obuf, int olen, int exp, int parse_header)
+{
+   a->zout_start = obuf;
+   a->zout       = obuf;
+   a->zout_end   = obuf + olen;
+   a->z_expandable = exp;
+
+   return stbi__parse_zlib(a, parse_header);
+}
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen)
+{
+   stbi__zbuf a;
+   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size);
+   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
+   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
+   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len;
+   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, 1)) {
+      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
+      return a.zout_start;
+   } else {
+      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
+      return NULL;
+   }
+}
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen)
+{
+   return stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(buffer, len, 16384, outlen);
+}
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header)
+{
+   stbi__zbuf a;
+   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size);
+   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
+   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
+   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len;
+   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, parse_header)) {
+      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
+      return a.zout_start;
+   } else {
+      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
+      return NULL;
+   }
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, char const *ibuffer, int ilen)
+{
+   stbi__zbuf a;
+   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer;
+   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen;
+   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 1))
+      return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
+   else
+      return -1;
+}
+
+STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen)
+{
+   stbi__zbuf a;
+   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(16384);
+   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
+   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
+   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len;
+   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, 16384, 1, 0)) {
+      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
+      return a.zout_start;
+   } else {
+      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
+      return NULL;
+   }
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen)
+{
+   stbi__zbuf a;
+   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer;
+   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen;
+   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 0))
+      return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
+   else
+      return -1;
+}
+#endif
+
+// public domain "baseline" PNG decoder   v0.10  Sean Barrett 2006-11-18
+//    simple implementation
+//      - only 8-bit samples
+//      - no CRC checking
+//      - allocates lots of intermediate memory
+//        - avoids problem of streaming data between subsystems
+//        - avoids explicit window management
+//    performance
+//      - uses stb_zlib, a PD zlib implementation with fast huffman decoding
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__uint32 length;
+   stbi__uint32 type;
+} stbi__pngchunk;
+
+static stbi__pngchunk stbi__get_chunk_header(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   stbi__pngchunk c;
+   c.length = stbi__get32be(s);
+   c.type   = stbi__get32be(s);
+   return c;
+}
+
+static int stbi__check_png_header(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   static const stbi_uc png_sig[8] = { 137,80,78,71,13,10,26,10 };
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < 8; ++i)
+      if (stbi__get8(s) != png_sig[i]) return stbi__err("bad png sig","Not a PNG");
+   return 1;
+}
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__context *s;
+   stbi_uc *idata, *expanded, *out;
+   int depth;
+} stbi__png;
+
+
+enum {
+   STBI__F_none=0,
+   STBI__F_sub=1,
+   STBI__F_up=2,
+   STBI__F_avg=3,
+   STBI__F_paeth=4,
+   // synthetic filters used for first scanline to avoid needing a dummy row of 0s
+   STBI__F_avg_first,
+   STBI__F_paeth_first
+};
+
+static stbi_uc first_row_filter[5] =
+{
+   STBI__F_none,
+   STBI__F_sub,
+   STBI__F_none,
+   STBI__F_avg_first,
+   STBI__F_paeth_first
+};
+
+static int stbi__paeth(int a, int b, int c)
+{
+   int p = a + b - c;
+   int pa = abs(p-a);
+   int pb = abs(p-b);
+   int pc = abs(p-c);
+   if (pa <= pb && pa <= pc) return a;
+   if (pb <= pc) return b;
+   return c;
+}
+
+static const stbi_uc stbi__depth_scale_table[9] = { 0, 0xff, 0x55, 0, 0x11, 0,0,0, 0x01 };
+
+// create the png data from post-deflated data
+static int stbi__create_png_image_raw(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *raw, stbi__uint32 raw_len, int out_n, stbi__uint32 x, stbi__uint32 y, int depth, int color)
+{
+   int bytes = (depth == 16? 2 : 1);
+   stbi__context *s = a->s;
+   stbi__uint32 i,j,stride = x*out_n*bytes;
+   stbi__uint32 img_len, img_width_bytes;
+   int k;
+   int img_n = s->img_n; // copy it into a local for later
+
+   int output_bytes = out_n*bytes;
+   int filter_bytes = img_n*bytes;
+   int width = x;
+
+   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == s->img_n || out_n == s->img_n+1);
+   a->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, output_bytes, 0); // extra bytes to write off the end into
+   if (!a->out) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(img_n, x, depth, 7)) return stbi__err("too large", "Corrupt PNG");
+   img_width_bytes = (((img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3);
+   img_len = (img_width_bytes + 1) * y;
+
+   // we used to check for exact match between raw_len and img_len on non-interlaced PNGs,
+   // but issue #276 reported a PNG in the wild that had extra data at the end (all zeros),
+   // so just check for raw_len < img_len always.
+   if (raw_len < img_len) return stbi__err("not enough pixels","Corrupt PNG");
+
+   for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
+      stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j;
+      stbi_uc *prior;
+      int filter = *raw++;
+
+      if (filter > 4)
+         return stbi__err("invalid filter","Corrupt PNG");
+
+      if (depth < 8) {
+         if (img_width_bytes > x) return stbi__err("invalid width","Corrupt PNG");
+         cur += x*out_n - img_width_bytes; // store output to the rightmost img_len bytes, so we can decode in place
+         filter_bytes = 1;
+         width = img_width_bytes;
+      }
+      prior = cur - stride; // bugfix: need to compute this after 'cur +=' computation above
+
+      // if first row, use special filter that doesn't sample previous row
+      if (j == 0) filter = first_row_filter[filter];
+
+      // handle first byte explicitly
+      for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k) {
+         switch (filter) {
+            case STBI__F_none       : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
+            case STBI__F_sub        : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
+            case STBI__F_up         : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); break;
+            case STBI__F_avg        : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (prior[k]>>1)); break;
+            case STBI__F_paeth      : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(0,prior[k],0)); break;
+            case STBI__F_avg_first  : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
+            case STBI__F_paeth_first: cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
+         }
+      }
+
+      if (depth == 8) {
+         if (img_n != out_n)
+            cur[img_n] = 255; // first pixel
+         raw += img_n;
+         cur += out_n;
+         prior += out_n;
+      } else if (depth == 16) {
+         if (img_n != out_n) {
+            cur[filter_bytes]   = 255; // first pixel top byte
+            cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255; // first pixel bottom byte
+         }
+         raw += filter_bytes;
+         cur += output_bytes;
+         prior += output_bytes;
+      } else {
+         raw += 1;
+         cur += 1;
+         prior += 1;
+      }
+
+      // this is a little gross, so that we don't switch per-pixel or per-component
+      if (depth < 8 || img_n == out_n) {
+         int nk = (width - 1)*filter_bytes;
+         #define STBI__CASE(f) \
+             case f:     \
+                for (k=0; k < nk; ++k)
+         switch (filter) {
+            // "none" filter turns into a memcpy here; make that explicit.
+            case STBI__F_none:         memcpy(cur, raw, nk); break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes]); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up)           { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes])>>1)); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth)        { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],prior[k],prior[k-filter_bytes])); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first)    { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k-filter_bytes] >> 1)); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first)  { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],0,0)); } break;
+         }
+         #undef STBI__CASE
+         raw += nk;
+      } else {
+         STBI_ASSERT(img_n+1 == out_n);
+         #define STBI__CASE(f) \
+             case f:     \
+                for (i=x-1; i >= 1; --i, cur[filter_bytes]=255,raw+=filter_bytes,cur+=output_bytes,prior+=output_bytes) \
+                   for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k)
+         switch (filter) {
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_none)         { cur[k] = raw[k]; } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k- output_bytes]); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up)           { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k- output_bytes])>>1)); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth)        { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],prior[k],prior[k- output_bytes])); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first)    { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k- output_bytes] >> 1)); } break;
+            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first)  { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],0,0)); } break;
+         }
+         #undef STBI__CASE
+
+         // the loop above sets the high byte of the pixels' alpha, but for
+         // 16 bit png files we also need the low byte set. we'll do that here.
+         if (depth == 16) {
+            cur = a->out + stride*j; // start at the beginning of the row again
+            for (i=0; i < x; ++i,cur+=output_bytes) {
+               cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255;
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   // we make a separate pass to expand bits to pixels; for performance,
+   // this could run two scanlines behind the above code, so it won't
+   // intefere with filtering but will still be in the cache.
+   if (depth < 8) {
+      for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
+         stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j;
+         stbi_uc *in  = a->out + stride*j + x*out_n - img_width_bytes;
+         // unpack 1/2/4-bit into a 8-bit buffer. allows us to keep the common 8-bit path optimal at minimal cost for 1/2/4-bit
+         // png guarante byte alignment, if width is not multiple of 8/4/2 we'll decode dummy trailing data that will be skipped in the later loop
+         stbi_uc scale = (color == 0) ? stbi__depth_scale_table[depth] : 1; // scale grayscale values to 0..255 range
+
+         // note that the final byte might overshoot and write more data than desired.
+         // we can allocate enough data that this never writes out of memory, but it
+         // could also overwrite the next scanline. can it overwrite non-empty data
+         // on the next scanline? yes, consider 1-pixel-wide scanlines with 1-bit-per-pixel.
+         // so we need to explicitly clamp the final ones
+
+         if (depth == 4) {
+            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 2; k-=2, ++in) {
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4)       );
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x0f);
+            }
+            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4)       );
+         } else if (depth == 2) {
+            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 4; k-=4, ++in) {
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6)       );
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x03);
+            }
+            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6)       );
+            if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03);
+            if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03);
+         } else if (depth == 1) {
+            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 8; k-=8, ++in) {
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7)       );
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01);
+               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x01);
+            }
+            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7)       );
+            if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01);
+            if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01);
+            if (k > 3) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01);
+            if (k > 4) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01);
+            if (k > 5) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01);
+            if (k > 6) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01);
+         }
+         if (img_n != out_n) {
+            int q;
+            // insert alpha = 255
+            cur = a->out + stride*j;
+            if (img_n == 1) {
+               for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) {
+                  cur[q*2+1] = 255;
+                  cur[q*2+0] = cur[q];
+               }
+            } else {
+               STBI_ASSERT(img_n == 3);
+               for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) {
+                  cur[q*4+3] = 255;
+                  cur[q*4+2] = cur[q*3+2];
+                  cur[q*4+1] = cur[q*3+1];
+                  cur[q*4+0] = cur[q*3+0];
+               }
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   } else if (depth == 16) {
+      // force the image data from big-endian to platform-native.
+      // this is done in a separate pass due to the decoding relying
+      // on the data being untouched, but could probably be done
+      // per-line during decode if care is taken.
+      stbi_uc *cur = a->out;
+      stbi__uint16 *cur16 = (stbi__uint16*)cur;
+
+      for(i=0; i < x*y*out_n; ++i,cur16++,cur+=2) {
+         *cur16 = (cur[0] << 8) | cur[1];
+      }
+   }
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__create_png_image(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *image_data, stbi__uint32 image_data_len, int out_n, int depth, int color, int interlaced)
+{
+   int bytes = (depth == 16 ? 2 : 1);
+   int out_bytes = out_n * bytes;
+   stbi_uc *final;
+   int p;
+   if (!interlaced)
+      return stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, depth, color);
+
+   // de-interlacing
+   final = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, out_bytes, 0);
+   for (p=0; p < 7; ++p) {
+      int xorig[] = { 0,4,0,2,0,1,0 };
+      int yorig[] = { 0,0,4,0,2,0,1 };
+      int xspc[]  = { 8,8,4,4,2,2,1 };
+      int yspc[]  = { 8,8,8,4,4,2,2 };
+      int i,j,x,y;
+      // pass1_x[4] = 0, pass1_x[5] = 1, pass1_x[12] = 1
+      x = (a->s->img_x - xorig[p] + xspc[p]-1) / xspc[p];
+      y = (a->s->img_y - yorig[p] + yspc[p]-1) / yspc[p];
+      if (x && y) {
+         stbi__uint32 img_len = ((((a->s->img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3) + 1) * y;
+         if (!stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, x, y, depth, color)) {
+            STBI_FREE(final);
+            return 0;
+         }
+         for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < x; ++i) {
+               int out_y = j*yspc[p]+yorig[p];
+               int out_x = i*xspc[p]+xorig[p];
+               memcpy(final + out_y*a->s->img_x*out_bytes + out_x*out_bytes,
+                      a->out + (j*x+i)*out_bytes, out_bytes);
+            }
+         }
+         STBI_FREE(a->out);
+         image_data += img_len;
+         image_data_len -= img_len;
+      }
+   }
+   a->out = final;
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__compute_transparency(stbi__png *z, stbi_uc tc[3], int out_n)
+{
+   stbi__context *s = z->s;
+   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
+   stbi_uc *p = z->out;
+
+   // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've
+   // already got 255 as the alpha value in the output
+   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4);
+
+   if (out_n == 2) {
+      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 255);
+         p += 2;
+      }
+   } else {
+      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2])
+            p[3] = 0;
+         p += 4;
+      }
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__compute_transparency16(stbi__png *z, stbi__uint16 tc[3], int out_n)
+{
+   stbi__context *s = z->s;
+   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
+   stbi__uint16 *p = (stbi__uint16*) z->out;
+
+   // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've
+   // already got 65535 as the alpha value in the output
+   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4);
+
+   if (out_n == 2) {
+      for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 65535);
+         p += 2;
+      }
+   } else {
+      for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2])
+            p[3] = 0;
+         p += 4;
+      }
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__expand_png_palette(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *palette, int len, int pal_img_n)
+{
+   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = a->s->img_x * a->s->img_y;
+   stbi_uc *p, *temp_out, *orig = a->out;
+
+   p = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(pixel_count, pal_img_n, 0);
+   if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   // between here and free(out) below, exitting would leak
+   temp_out = p;
+
+   if (pal_img_n == 3) {
+      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         int n = orig[i]*4;
+         p[0] = palette[n  ];
+         p[1] = palette[n+1];
+         p[2] = palette[n+2];
+         p += 3;
+      }
+   } else {
+      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         int n = orig[i]*4;
+         p[0] = palette[n  ];
+         p[1] = palette[n+1];
+         p[2] = palette[n+2];
+         p[3] = palette[n+3];
+         p += 4;
+      }
+   }
+   STBI_FREE(a->out);
+   a->out = temp_out;
+
+   STBI_NOTUSED(len);
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = 0;
+static int stbi__de_iphone_flag = 0;
+
+STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply)
+{
+   stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply;
+}
+
+STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert)
+{
+   stbi__de_iphone_flag = flag_true_if_should_convert;
+}
+
+static void stbi__de_iphone(stbi__png *z)
+{
+   stbi__context *s = z->s;
+   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
+   stbi_uc *p = z->out;
+
+   if (s->img_out_n == 3) {  // convert bgr to rgb
+      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+         stbi_uc t = p[0];
+         p[0] = p[2];
+         p[2] = t;
+         p += 3;
+      }
+   } else {
+      STBI_ASSERT(s->img_out_n == 4);
+      if (stbi__unpremultiply_on_load) {
+         // convert bgr to rgb and unpremultiply
+         for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+            stbi_uc a = p[3];
+            stbi_uc t = p[0];
+            if (a) {
+               stbi_uc half = a / 2;
+               p[0] = (p[2] * 255 + half) / a;
+               p[1] = (p[1] * 255 + half) / a;
+               p[2] = ( t   * 255 + half) / a;
+            } else {
+               p[0] = p[2];
+               p[2] = t;
+            }
+            p += 4;
+         }
+      } else {
+         // convert bgr to rgb
+         for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
+            stbi_uc t = p[0];
+            p[0] = p[2];
+            p[2] = t;
+            p += 4;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+#define STBI__PNG_TYPE(a,b,c,d)  (((unsigned) (a) << 24) + ((unsigned) (b) << 16) + ((unsigned) (c) << 8) + (unsigned) (d))
+
+static int stbi__parse_png_file(stbi__png *z, int scan, int req_comp)
+{
+   stbi_uc palette[1024], pal_img_n=0;
+   stbi_uc has_trans=0, tc[3]={0};
+   stbi__uint16 tc16[3];
+   stbi__uint32 ioff=0, idata_limit=0, i, pal_len=0;
+   int first=1,k,interlace=0, color=0, is_iphone=0;
+   stbi__context *s = z->s;
+
+   z->expanded = NULL;
+   z->idata = NULL;
+   z->out = NULL;
+
+   if (!stbi__check_png_header(s)) return 0;
+
+   if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1;
+
+   for (;;) {
+      stbi__pngchunk c = stbi__get_chunk_header(s);
+      switch (c.type) {
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('C','g','B','I'):
+            is_iphone = 1;
+            stbi__skip(s, c.length);
+            break;
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','H','D','R'): {
+            int comp,filter;
+            if (!first) return stbi__err("multiple IHDR","Corrupt PNG");
+            first = 0;
+            if (c.length != 13) return stbi__err("bad IHDR len","Corrupt PNG");
+            s->img_x = stbi__get32be(s);
+            s->img_y = stbi__get32be(s);
+            if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+            if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+            z->depth = stbi__get8(s);  if (z->depth != 1 && z->depth != 2 && z->depth != 4 && z->depth != 8 && z->depth != 16)  return stbi__err("1/2/4/8/16-bit only","PNG not supported: 1/2/4/8/16-bit only");
+            color = stbi__get8(s);  if (color > 6)         return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (color == 3 && z->depth == 16)                  return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (color == 3) pal_img_n = 3; else if (color & 1) return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
+            comp  = stbi__get8(s);  if (comp) return stbi__err("bad comp method","Corrupt PNG");
+            filter= stbi__get8(s);  if (filter) return stbi__err("bad filter method","Corrupt PNG");
+            interlace = stbi__get8(s); if (interlace>1) return stbi__err("bad interlace method","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (!s->img_x || !s->img_y) return stbi__err("0-pixel image","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (!pal_img_n) {
+               s->img_n = (color & 2 ? 3 : 1) + (color & 4 ? 1 : 0);
+               if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / s->img_n < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode");
+               if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) return 1;
+            } else {
+               // if paletted, then pal_n is our final components, and
+               // img_n is # components to decompress/filter.
+               s->img_n = 1;
+               if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / 4 < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large","Corrupt PNG");
+               // if SCAN_header, have to scan to see if we have a tRNS
+            }
+            break;
+         }
+
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('P','L','T','E'):  {
+            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
+            if (c.length > 256*3) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
+            pal_len = c.length / 3;
+            if (pal_len * 3 != c.length) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
+            for (i=0; i < pal_len; ++i) {
+               palette[i*4+0] = stbi__get8(s);
+               palette[i*4+1] = stbi__get8(s);
+               palette[i*4+2] = stbi__get8(s);
+               palette[i*4+3] = 255;
+            }
+            break;
+         }
+
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('t','R','N','S'): {
+            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
+            if (z->idata) return stbi__err("tRNS after IDAT","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (pal_img_n) {
+               if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = 4; return 1; }
+               if (pal_len == 0) return stbi__err("tRNS before PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
+               if (c.length > pal_len) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG");
+               pal_img_n = 4;
+               for (i=0; i < c.length; ++i)
+                  palette[i*4+3] = stbi__get8(s);
+            } else {
+               if (!(s->img_n & 1)) return stbi__err("tRNS with alpha","Corrupt PNG");
+               if (c.length != (stbi__uint32) s->img_n*2) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG");
+               has_trans = 1;
+               if (z->depth == 16) {
+                  for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc16[k] = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16be(s); // copy the values as-is
+               } else {
+                  for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc[k] = (stbi_uc)(stbi__get16be(s) & 255) * stbi__depth_scale_table[z->depth]; // non 8-bit images will be larger
+               }
+            }
+            break;
+         }
+
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','D','A','T'): {
+            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
+            if (pal_img_n && !pal_len) return stbi__err("no PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
+            if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = pal_img_n; return 1; }
+            if ((int)(ioff + c.length) < (int)ioff) return 0;
+            if (ioff + c.length > idata_limit) {
+               stbi__uint32 idata_limit_old = idata_limit;
+               stbi_uc *p;
+               if (idata_limit == 0) idata_limit = c.length > 4096 ? c.length : 4096;
+               while (ioff + c.length > idata_limit)
+                  idata_limit *= 2;
+               STBI_NOTUSED(idata_limit_old);
+               p = (stbi_uc *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->idata, idata_limit_old, idata_limit); if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+               z->idata = p;
+            }
+            if (!stbi__getn(s, z->idata+ioff,c.length)) return stbi__err("outofdata","Corrupt PNG");
+            ioff += c.length;
+            break;
+         }
+
+         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','E','N','D'): {
+            stbi__uint32 raw_len, bpl;
+            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
+            if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1;
+            if (z->idata == NULL) return stbi__err("no IDAT","Corrupt PNG");
+            // initial guess for decoded data size to avoid unnecessary reallocs
+            bpl = (s->img_x * z->depth + 7) / 8; // bytes per line, per component
+            raw_len = bpl * s->img_y * s->img_n /* pixels */ + s->img_y /* filter mode per row */;
+            z->expanded = (stbi_uc *) stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag((char *) z->idata, ioff, raw_len, (int *) &raw_len, !is_iphone);
+            if (z->expanded == NULL) return 0; // zlib should set error
+            STBI_FREE(z->idata); z->idata = NULL;
+            if ((req_comp == s->img_n+1 && req_comp != 3 && !pal_img_n) || has_trans)
+               s->img_out_n = s->img_n+1;
+            else
+               s->img_out_n = s->img_n;
+            if (!stbi__create_png_image(z, z->expanded, raw_len, s->img_out_n, z->depth, color, interlace)) return 0;
+            if (has_trans) {
+               if (z->depth == 16) {
+                  if (!stbi__compute_transparency16(z, tc16, s->img_out_n)) return 0;
+               } else {
+                  if (!stbi__compute_transparency(z, tc, s->img_out_n)) return 0;
+               }
+            }
+            if (is_iphone && stbi__de_iphone_flag && s->img_out_n > 2)
+               stbi__de_iphone(z);
+            if (pal_img_n) {
+               // pal_img_n == 3 or 4
+               s->img_n = pal_img_n; // record the actual colors we had
+               s->img_out_n = pal_img_n;
+               if (req_comp >= 3) s->img_out_n = req_comp;
+               if (!stbi__expand_png_palette(z, palette, pal_len, s->img_out_n))
+                  return 0;
+            } else if (has_trans) {
+               // non-paletted image with tRNS -> source image has (constant) alpha
+               ++s->img_n;
+            }
+            STBI_FREE(z->expanded); z->expanded = NULL;
+            // end of PNG chunk, read and skip CRC
+            stbi__get32be(s);
+            return 1;
+         }
+
+         default:
+            // if critical, fail
+            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
+            if ((c.type & (1 << 29)) == 0) {
+               #ifndef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
+               // not threadsafe
+               static char invalid_chunk[] = "XXXX PNG chunk not known";
+               invalid_chunk[0] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 24);
+               invalid_chunk[1] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 16);
+               invalid_chunk[2] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >>  8);
+               invalid_chunk[3] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >>  0);
+               #endif
+               return stbi__err(invalid_chunk, "PNG not supported: unknown PNG chunk type");
+            }
+            stbi__skip(s, c.length);
+            break;
+      }
+      // end of PNG chunk, read and skip CRC
+      stbi__get32be(s);
+   }
+}
+
+static void *stbi__do_png(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *n, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   void *result=NULL;
+   if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error");
+   if (stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_load, req_comp)) {
+      if (p->depth <= 8)
+         ri->bits_per_channel = 8;
+      else if (p->depth == 16)
+         ri->bits_per_channel = 16;
+      else
+         return stbi__errpuc("bad bits_per_channel", "PNG not supported: unsupported color depth");
+      result = p->out;
+      p->out = NULL;
+      if (req_comp && req_comp != p->s->img_out_n) {
+         if (ri->bits_per_channel == 8)
+            result = stbi__convert_format((unsigned char *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y);
+         else
+            result = stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y);
+         p->s->img_out_n = req_comp;
+         if (result == NULL) return result;
+      }
+      *x = p->s->img_x;
+      *y = p->s->img_y;
+      if (n) *n = p->s->img_n;
+   }
+   STBI_FREE(p->out);      p->out      = NULL;
+   STBI_FREE(p->expanded); p->expanded = NULL;
+   STBI_FREE(p->idata);    p->idata    = NULL;
+
+   return result;
+}
+
+static void *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   stbi__png p;
+   p.s = s;
+   return stbi__do_png(&p, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
+}
+
+static int stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r;
+   r = stbi__check_png_header(s);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return r;
+}
+
+static int stbi__png_info_raw(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   if (!stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_header, 0)) {
+      stbi__rewind( p->s );
+      return 0;
+   }
+   if (x) *x = p->s->img_x;
+   if (y) *y = p->s->img_y;
+   if (comp) *comp = p->s->img_n;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   stbi__png p;
+   p.s = s;
+   return stbi__png_info_raw(&p, x, y, comp);
+}
+
+static int stbi__png_is16(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   stbi__png p;
+   p.s = s;
+   if (!stbi__png_info_raw(&p, NULL, NULL, NULL))
+	   return 0;
+   if (p.depth != 16) {
+      stbi__rewind(p.s);
+      return 0;
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+// Microsoft/Windows BMP image
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+static int stbi__bmp_test_raw(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r;
+   int sz;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B') return 0;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return 0;
+   stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize
+   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
+   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
+   stbi__get32le(s); // discard data offset
+   sz = stbi__get32le(s);
+   r = (sz == 12 || sz == 40 || sz == 56 || sz == 108 || sz == 124);
+   return r;
+}
+
+static int stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r = stbi__bmp_test_raw(s);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return r;
+}
+
+
+// returns 0..31 for the highest set bit
+static int stbi__high_bit(unsigned int z)
+{
+   int n=0;
+   if (z == 0) return -1;
+   if (z >= 0x10000) { n += 16; z >>= 16; }
+   if (z >= 0x00100) { n +=  8; z >>=  8; }
+   if (z >= 0x00010) { n +=  4; z >>=  4; }
+   if (z >= 0x00004) { n +=  2; z >>=  2; }
+   if (z >= 0x00002) { n +=  1;/* >>=  1;*/ }
+   return n;
+}
+
+static int stbi__bitcount(unsigned int a)
+{
+   a = (a & 0x55555555) + ((a >>  1) & 0x55555555); // max 2
+   a = (a & 0x33333333) + ((a >>  2) & 0x33333333); // max 4
+   a = (a + (a >> 4)) & 0x0f0f0f0f; // max 8 per 4, now 8 bits
+   a = (a + (a >> 8)); // max 16 per 8 bits
+   a = (a + (a >> 16)); // max 32 per 8 bits
+   return a & 0xff;
+}
+
+// extract an arbitrarily-aligned N-bit value (N=bits)
+// from v, and then make it 8-bits long and fractionally
+// extend it to full full range.
+static int stbi__shiftsigned(unsigned int v, int shift, int bits)
+{
+   static unsigned int mul_table[9] = {
+      0,
+      0xff/*0b11111111*/, 0x55/*0b01010101*/, 0x49/*0b01001001*/, 0x11/*0b00010001*/,
+      0x21/*0b00100001*/, 0x41/*0b01000001*/, 0x81/*0b10000001*/, 0x01/*0b00000001*/,
+   };
+   static unsigned int shift_table[9] = {
+      0, 0,0,1,0,2,4,6,0,
+   };
+   if (shift < 0)
+      v <<= -shift;
+   else
+      v >>= shift;
+   STBI_ASSERT(v < 256);
+   v >>= (8-bits);
+   STBI_ASSERT(bits >= 0 && bits <= 8);
+   return (int) ((unsigned) v * mul_table[bits]) >> shift_table[bits];
+}
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   int bpp, offset, hsz;
+   unsigned int mr,mg,mb,ma, all_a;
+   int extra_read;
+} stbi__bmp_data;
+
+static void *stbi__bmp_parse_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__bmp_data *info)
+{
+   int hsz;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B' || stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return stbi__errpuc("not BMP", "Corrupt BMP");
+   stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize
+   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
+   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
+   info->offset = stbi__get32le(s);
+   info->hsz = hsz = stbi__get32le(s);
+   info->mr = info->mg = info->mb = info->ma = 0;
+   info->extra_read = 14;
+
+   if (info->offset < 0) return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
+
+   if (hsz != 12 && hsz != 40 && hsz != 56 && hsz != 108 && hsz != 124) return stbi__errpuc("unknown BMP", "BMP type not supported: unknown");
+   if (hsz == 12) {
+      s->img_x = stbi__get16le(s);
+      s->img_y = stbi__get16le(s);
+   } else {
+      s->img_x = stbi__get32le(s);
+      s->img_y = stbi__get32le(s);
+   }
+   if (stbi__get16le(s) != 1) return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
+   info->bpp = stbi__get16le(s);
+   if (hsz != 12) {
+      int compress = stbi__get32le(s);
+      if (compress == 1 || compress == 2) return stbi__errpuc("BMP RLE", "BMP type not supported: RLE");
+      stbi__get32le(s); // discard sizeof
+      stbi__get32le(s); // discard hres
+      stbi__get32le(s); // discard vres
+      stbi__get32le(s); // discard colorsused
+      stbi__get32le(s); // discard max important
+      if (hsz == 40 || hsz == 56) {
+         if (hsz == 56) {
+            stbi__get32le(s);
+            stbi__get32le(s);
+            stbi__get32le(s);
+            stbi__get32le(s);
+         }
+         if (info->bpp == 16 || info->bpp == 32) {
+            if (compress == 0) {
+               if (info->bpp == 32) {
+                  info->mr = 0xffu << 16;
+                  info->mg = 0xffu <<  8;
+                  info->mb = 0xffu <<  0;
+                  info->ma = 0xffu << 24;
+                  info->all_a = 0; // if all_a is 0 at end, then we loaded alpha channel but it was all 0
+               } else {
+                  info->mr = 31u << 10;
+                  info->mg = 31u <<  5;
+                  info->mb = 31u <<  0;
+               }
+            } else if (compress == 3) {
+               info->mr = stbi__get32le(s);
+               info->mg = stbi__get32le(s);
+               info->mb = stbi__get32le(s);
+               info->extra_read += 12;
+               // not documented, but generated by photoshop and handled by mspaint
+               if (info->mr == info->mg && info->mg == info->mb) {
+                  // ?!?!?
+                  return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
+               }
+            } else
+               return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
+         }
+      } else {
+         int i;
+         if (hsz != 108 && hsz != 124)
+            return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
+         info->mr = stbi__get32le(s);
+         info->mg = stbi__get32le(s);
+         info->mb = stbi__get32le(s);
+         info->ma = stbi__get32le(s);
+         stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space
+         for (i=0; i < 12; ++i)
+            stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space parameters
+         if (hsz == 124) {
+            stbi__get32le(s); // discard rendering intent
+            stbi__get32le(s); // discard offset of profile data
+            stbi__get32le(s); // discard size of profile data
+            stbi__get32le(s); // discard reserved
+         }
+      }
+   }
+   return (void *) 1;
+}
+
+
+static void *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   stbi_uc *out;
+   unsigned int mr=0,mg=0,mb=0,ma=0, all_a;
+   stbi_uc pal[256][4];
+   int psize=0,i,j,width;
+   int flip_vertically, pad, target;
+   stbi__bmp_data info;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   info.all_a = 255;
+   if (stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info) == NULL)
+      return NULL; // error code already set
+
+   flip_vertically = ((int) s->img_y) > 0;
+   s->img_y = abs((int) s->img_y);
+
+   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   mr = info.mr;
+   mg = info.mg;
+   mb = info.mb;
+   ma = info.ma;
+   all_a = info.all_a;
+
+   if (info.hsz == 12) {
+      if (info.bpp < 24)
+         psize = (info.offset - info.extra_read - 24) / 3;
+   } else {
+      if (info.bpp < 16)
+         psize = (info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz) >> 2;
+   }
+   if (psize == 0) {
+      STBI_ASSERT(info.offset == s->callback_already_read + (int) (s->img_buffer - s->img_buffer_original));
+      if (info.offset != s->callback_already_read + (s->img_buffer - s->buffer_start)) {
+        return stbi__errpuc("bad offset", "Corrupt BMP");
+      }
+   }
+
+   if (info.bpp == 24 && ma == 0xff000000)
+      s->img_n = 3;
+   else
+      s->img_n = ma ? 4 : 3;
+   if (req_comp && req_comp >= 3) // we can directly decode 3 or 4
+      target = req_comp;
+   else
+      target = s->img_n; // if they want monochrome, we'll post-convert
+
+   // sanity-check size
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0))
+      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt BMP");
+
+   out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0);
+   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   if (info.bpp < 16) {
+      int z=0;
+      if (psize == 0 || psize > 256) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("invalid", "Corrupt BMP"); }
+      for (i=0; i < psize; ++i) {
+         pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s);
+         pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s);
+         pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s);
+         if (info.hsz != 12) stbi__get8(s);
+         pal[i][3] = 255;
+      }
+      stbi__skip(s, info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz - psize * (info.hsz == 12 ? 3 : 4));
+      if (info.bpp == 1) width = (s->img_x + 7) >> 3;
+      else if (info.bpp == 4) width = (s->img_x + 1) >> 1;
+      else if (info.bpp == 8) width = s->img_x;
+      else { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad bpp", "Corrupt BMP"); }
+      pad = (-width)&3;
+      if (info.bpp == 1) {
+         for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
+            int bit_offset = 7, v = stbi__get8(s);
+            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
+               int color = (v>>bit_offset)&0x1;
+               out[z++] = pal[color][0];
+               out[z++] = pal[color][1];
+               out[z++] = pal[color][2];
+               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
+               if (i+1 == (int) s->img_x) break;
+               if((--bit_offset) < 0) {
+                  bit_offset = 7;
+                  v = stbi__get8(s);
+               }
+            }
+            stbi__skip(s, pad);
+         }
+      } else {
+         for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
+            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; i += 2) {
+               int v=stbi__get8(s),v2=0;
+               if (info.bpp == 4) {
+                  v2 = v & 15;
+                  v >>= 4;
+               }
+               out[z++] = pal[v][0];
+               out[z++] = pal[v][1];
+               out[z++] = pal[v][2];
+               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
+               if (i+1 == (int) s->img_x) break;
+               v = (info.bpp == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : v2;
+               out[z++] = pal[v][0];
+               out[z++] = pal[v][1];
+               out[z++] = pal[v][2];
+               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
+            }
+            stbi__skip(s, pad);
+         }
+      }
+   } else {
+      int rshift=0,gshift=0,bshift=0,ashift=0,rcount=0,gcount=0,bcount=0,acount=0;
+      int z = 0;
+      int easy=0;
+      stbi__skip(s, info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz);
+      if (info.bpp == 24) width = 3 * s->img_x;
+      else if (info.bpp == 16) width = 2*s->img_x;
+      else /* bpp = 32 and pad = 0 */ width=0;
+      pad = (-width) & 3;
+      if (info.bpp == 24) {
+         easy = 1;
+      } else if (info.bpp == 32) {
+         if (mb == 0xff && mg == 0xff00 && mr == 0x00ff0000 && ma == 0xff000000)
+            easy = 2;
+      }
+      if (!easy) {
+         if (!mr || !mg || !mb) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad masks", "Corrupt BMP"); }
+         // right shift amt to put high bit in position #7
+         rshift = stbi__high_bit(mr)-7; rcount = stbi__bitcount(mr);
+         gshift = stbi__high_bit(mg)-7; gcount = stbi__bitcount(mg);
+         bshift = stbi__high_bit(mb)-7; bcount = stbi__bitcount(mb);
+         ashift = stbi__high_bit(ma)-7; acount = stbi__bitcount(ma);
+         if (rcount > 8 || gcount > 8 || bcount > 8 || acount > 8) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad masks", "Corrupt BMP"); }
+      }
+      for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
+         if (easy) {
+            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
+               unsigned char a;
+               out[z+2] = stbi__get8(s);
+               out[z+1] = stbi__get8(s);
+               out[z+0] = stbi__get8(s);
+               z += 3;
+               a = (easy == 2 ? stbi__get8(s) : 255);
+               all_a |= a;
+               if (target == 4) out[z++] = a;
+            }
+         } else {
+            int bpp = info.bpp;
+            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
+               stbi__uint32 v = (bpp == 16 ? (stbi__uint32) stbi__get16le(s) : stbi__get32le(s));
+               unsigned int a;
+               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mr, rshift, rcount));
+               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mg, gshift, gcount));
+               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mb, bshift, bcount));
+               a = (ma ? stbi__shiftsigned(v & ma, ashift, acount) : 255);
+               all_a |= a;
+               if (target == 4) out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(a);
+            }
+         }
+         stbi__skip(s, pad);
+      }
+   }
+
+   // if alpha channel is all 0s, replace with all 255s
+   if (target == 4 && all_a == 0)
+      for (i=4*s->img_x*s->img_y-1; i >= 0; i -= 4)
+         out[i] = 255;
+
+   if (flip_vertically) {
+      stbi_uc t;
+      for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y>>1; ++j) {
+         stbi_uc *p1 = out +      j     *s->img_x*target;
+         stbi_uc *p2 = out + (s->img_y-1-j)*s->img_x*target;
+         for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x*target; ++i) {
+            t = p1[i]; p1[i] = p2[i]; p2[i] = t;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   if (req_comp && req_comp != target) {
+      out = stbi__convert_format(out, target, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y);
+      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
+   }
+
+   *x = s->img_x;
+   *y = s->img_y;
+   if (comp) *comp = s->img_n;
+   return out;
+}
+#endif
+
+// Targa Truevision - TGA
+// by Jonathan Dummer
+#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
+// returns STBI_rgb or whatever, 0 on error
+static int stbi__tga_get_comp(int bits_per_pixel, int is_grey, int* is_rgb16)
+{
+   // only RGB or RGBA (incl. 16bit) or grey allowed
+   if (is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 0;
+   switch(bits_per_pixel) {
+      case 8:  return STBI_grey;
+      case 16: if(is_grey) return STBI_grey_alpha;
+               // fallthrough
+      case 15: if(is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 1;
+               return STBI_rgb;
+      case 24: // fallthrough
+      case 32: return bits_per_pixel/8;
+      default: return 0;
+   }
+}
+
+static int stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+    int tga_w, tga_h, tga_comp, tga_image_type, tga_bits_per_pixel, tga_colormap_bpp;
+    int sz, tga_colormap_type;
+    stbi__get8(s);                   // discard Offset
+    tga_colormap_type = stbi__get8(s); // colormap type
+    if( tga_colormap_type > 1 ) {
+        stbi__rewind(s);
+        return 0;      // only RGB or indexed allowed
+    }
+    tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s); // image type
+    if ( tga_colormap_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image
+        if (tga_image_type != 1 && tga_image_type != 9) {
+            stbi__rewind(s);
+            return 0;
+        }
+        stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries
+        sz = stbi__get8(s);    //   check bits per palette color entry
+        if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) {
+            stbi__rewind(s);
+            return 0;
+        }
+        stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip image x and y origin
+        tga_colormap_bpp = sz;
+    } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap - only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
+        if ( (tga_image_type != 2) && (tga_image_type != 3) && (tga_image_type != 10) && (tga_image_type != 11) ) {
+            stbi__rewind(s);
+            return 0; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
+        }
+        stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin
+        tga_colormap_bpp = 0;
+    }
+    tga_w = stbi__get16le(s);
+    if( tga_w < 1 ) {
+        stbi__rewind(s);
+        return 0;   // test width
+    }
+    tga_h = stbi__get16le(s);
+    if( tga_h < 1 ) {
+        stbi__rewind(s);
+        return 0;   // test height
+    }
+    tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s); // bits per pixel
+    stbi__get8(s); // ignore alpha bits
+    if (tga_colormap_bpp != 0) {
+        if((tga_bits_per_pixel != 8) && (tga_bits_per_pixel != 16)) {
+            // when using a colormap, tga_bits_per_pixel is the size of the indexes
+            // I don't think anything but 8 or 16bit indexes makes sense
+            stbi__rewind(s);
+            return 0;
+        }
+        tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_colormap_bpp, 0, NULL);
+    } else {
+        tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3) || (tga_image_type == 11), NULL);
+    }
+    if(!tga_comp) {
+      stbi__rewind(s);
+      return 0;
+    }
+    if (x) *x = tga_w;
+    if (y) *y = tga_h;
+    if (comp) *comp = tga_comp;
+    return 1;                   // seems to have passed everything
+}
+
+static int stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int res = 0;
+   int sz, tga_color_type;
+   stbi__get8(s);      //   discard Offset
+   tga_color_type = stbi__get8(s);   //   color type
+   if ( tga_color_type > 1 ) goto errorEnd;   //   only RGB or indexed allowed
+   sz = stbi__get8(s);   //   image type
+   if ( tga_color_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image
+      if (sz != 1 && sz != 9) goto errorEnd; // colortype 1 demands image type 1 or 9
+      stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries
+      sz = stbi__get8(s);    //   check bits per palette color entry
+      if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd;
+      stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip image x and y origin
+   } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap
+      if ( (sz != 2) && (sz != 3) && (sz != 10) && (sz != 11) ) goto errorEnd; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
+      stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin
+   }
+   if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd;      //   test width
+   if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd;      //   test height
+   sz = stbi__get8(s);   //   bits per pixel
+   if ( (tga_color_type == 1) && (sz != 8) && (sz != 16) ) goto errorEnd; // for colormapped images, bpp is size of an index
+   if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd;
+
+   res = 1; // if we got this far, everything's good and we can return 1 instead of 0
+
+errorEnd:
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return res;
+}
+
+// read 16bit value and convert to 24bit RGB
+static void stbi__tga_read_rgb16(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc* out)
+{
+   stbi__uint16 px = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16le(s);
+   stbi__uint16 fiveBitMask = 31;
+   // we have 3 channels with 5bits each
+   int r = (px >> 10) & fiveBitMask;
+   int g = (px >> 5) & fiveBitMask;
+   int b = px & fiveBitMask;
+   // Note that this saves the data in RGB(A) order, so it doesn't need to be swapped later
+   out[0] = (stbi_uc)((r * 255)/31);
+   out[1] = (stbi_uc)((g * 255)/31);
+   out[2] = (stbi_uc)((b * 255)/31);
+
+   // some people claim that the most significant bit might be used for alpha
+   // (possibly if an alpha-bit is set in the "image descriptor byte")
+   // but that only made 16bit test images completely translucent..
+   // so let's treat all 15 and 16bit TGAs as RGB with no alpha.
+}
+
+static void *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   //   read in the TGA header stuff
+   int tga_offset = stbi__get8(s);
+   int tga_indexed = stbi__get8(s);
+   int tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s);
+   int tga_is_RLE = 0;
+   int tga_palette_start = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_palette_len = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_palette_bits = stbi__get8(s);
+   int tga_x_origin = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_y_origin = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_width = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_height = stbi__get16le(s);
+   int tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s);
+   int tga_comp, tga_rgb16=0;
+   int tga_inverted = stbi__get8(s);
+   // int tga_alpha_bits = tga_inverted & 15; // the 4 lowest bits - unused (useless?)
+   //   image data
+   unsigned char *tga_data;
+   unsigned char *tga_palette = NULL;
+   int i, j;
+   unsigned char raw_data[4] = {0};
+   int RLE_count = 0;
+   int RLE_repeating = 0;
+   int read_next_pixel = 1;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_x_origin); // @TODO
+   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_y_origin); // @TODO
+
+   if (tga_height > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (tga_width > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   //   do a tiny bit of precessing
+   if ( tga_image_type >= 8 )
+   {
+      tga_image_type -= 8;
+      tga_is_RLE = 1;
+   }
+   tga_inverted = 1 - ((tga_inverted >> 5) & 1);
+
+   //   If I'm paletted, then I'll use the number of bits from the palette
+   if ( tga_indexed ) tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_palette_bits, 0, &tga_rgb16);
+   else tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3), &tga_rgb16);
+
+   if(!tga_comp) // shouldn't really happen, stbi__tga_test() should have ensured basic consistency
+      return stbi__errpuc("bad format", "Can't find out TGA pixelformat");
+
+   //   tga info
+   *x = tga_width;
+   *y = tga_height;
+   if (comp) *comp = tga_comp;
+
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0))
+      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt TGA");
+
+   tga_data = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad3(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0);
+   if (!tga_data) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   // skip to the data's starting position (offset usually = 0)
+   stbi__skip(s, tga_offset );
+
+   if ( !tga_indexed && !tga_is_RLE && !tga_rgb16 ) {
+      for (i=0; i < tga_height; ++i) {
+         int row = tga_inverted ? tga_height -i - 1 : i;
+         stbi_uc *tga_row = tga_data + row*tga_width*tga_comp;
+         stbi__getn(s, tga_row, tga_width * tga_comp);
+      }
+   } else  {
+      //   do I need to load a palette?
+      if ( tga_indexed)
+      {
+         if (tga_palette_len == 0) {  /* you have to have at least one entry! */
+            STBI_FREE(tga_data);
+            return stbi__errpuc("bad palette", "Corrupt TGA");
+         }
+
+         //   any data to skip? (offset usually = 0)
+         stbi__skip(s, tga_palette_start );
+         //   load the palette
+         tga_palette = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad2(tga_palette_len, tga_comp, 0);
+         if (!tga_palette) {
+            STBI_FREE(tga_data);
+            return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+         }
+         if (tga_rgb16) {
+            stbi_uc *pal_entry = tga_palette;
+            STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb);
+            for (i=0; i < tga_palette_len; ++i) {
+               stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, pal_entry);
+               pal_entry += tga_comp;
+            }
+         } else if (!stbi__getn(s, tga_palette, tga_palette_len * tga_comp)) {
+               STBI_FREE(tga_data);
+               STBI_FREE(tga_palette);
+               return stbi__errpuc("bad palette", "Corrupt TGA");
+         }
+      }
+      //   load the data
+      for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i)
+      {
+         //   if I'm in RLE mode, do I need to get a RLE stbi__pngchunk?
+         if ( tga_is_RLE )
+         {
+            if ( RLE_count == 0 )
+            {
+               //   yep, get the next byte as a RLE command
+               int RLE_cmd = stbi__get8(s);
+               RLE_count = 1 + (RLE_cmd & 127);
+               RLE_repeating = RLE_cmd >> 7;
+               read_next_pixel = 1;
+            } else if ( !RLE_repeating )
+            {
+               read_next_pixel = 1;
+            }
+         } else
+         {
+            read_next_pixel = 1;
+         }
+         //   OK, if I need to read a pixel, do it now
+         if ( read_next_pixel )
+         {
+            //   load however much data we did have
+            if ( tga_indexed )
+            {
+               // read in index, then perform the lookup
+               int pal_idx = (tga_bits_per_pixel == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : stbi__get16le(s);
+               if ( pal_idx >= tga_palette_len ) {
+                  // invalid index
+                  pal_idx = 0;
+               }
+               pal_idx *= tga_comp;
+               for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) {
+                  raw_data[j] = tga_palette[pal_idx+j];
+               }
+            } else if(tga_rgb16) {
+               STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb);
+               stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, raw_data);
+            } else {
+               //   read in the data raw
+               for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) {
+                  raw_data[j] = stbi__get8(s);
+               }
+            }
+            //   clear the reading flag for the next pixel
+            read_next_pixel = 0;
+         } // end of reading a pixel
+
+         // copy data
+         for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j)
+           tga_data[i*tga_comp+j] = raw_data[j];
+
+         //   in case we're in RLE mode, keep counting down
+         --RLE_count;
+      }
+      //   do I need to invert the image?
+      if ( tga_inverted )
+      {
+         for (j = 0; j*2 < tga_height; ++j)
+         {
+            int index1 = j * tga_width * tga_comp;
+            int index2 = (tga_height - 1 - j) * tga_width * tga_comp;
+            for (i = tga_width * tga_comp; i > 0; --i)
+            {
+               unsigned char temp = tga_data[index1];
+               tga_data[index1] = tga_data[index2];
+               tga_data[index2] = temp;
+               ++index1;
+               ++index2;
+            }
+         }
+      }
+      //   clear my palette, if I had one
+      if ( tga_palette != NULL )
+      {
+         STBI_FREE( tga_palette );
+      }
+   }
+
+   // swap RGB - if the source data was RGB16, it already is in the right order
+   if (tga_comp >= 3 && !tga_rgb16)
+   {
+      unsigned char* tga_pixel = tga_data;
+      for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i)
+      {
+         unsigned char temp = tga_pixel[0];
+         tga_pixel[0] = tga_pixel[2];
+         tga_pixel[2] = temp;
+         tga_pixel += tga_comp;
+      }
+   }
+
+   // convert to target component count
+   if (req_comp && req_comp != tga_comp)
+      tga_data = stbi__convert_format(tga_data, tga_comp, req_comp, tga_width, tga_height);
+
+   //   the things I do to get rid of an error message, and yet keep
+   //   Microsoft's C compilers happy... [8^(
+   tga_palette_start = tga_palette_len = tga_palette_bits =
+         tga_x_origin = tga_y_origin = 0;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_palette_start);
+   //   OK, done
+   return tga_data;
+}
+#endif
+
+// *************************************************************************************************
+// Photoshop PSD loader -- PD by Thatcher Ulrich, integration by Nicolas Schulz, tweaked by STB
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+static int stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r = (stbi__get32be(s) == 0x38425053);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return r;
+}
+
+static int stbi__psd_decode_rle(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *p, int pixelCount)
+{
+   int count, nleft, len;
+
+   count = 0;
+   while ((nleft = pixelCount - count) > 0) {
+      len = stbi__get8(s);
+      if (len == 128) {
+         // No-op.
+      } else if (len < 128) {
+         // Copy next len+1 bytes literally.
+         len++;
+         if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data
+         count += len;
+         while (len) {
+            *p = stbi__get8(s);
+            p += 4;
+            len--;
+         }
+      } else if (len > 128) {
+         stbi_uc   val;
+         // Next -len+1 bytes in the dest are replicated from next source byte.
+         // (Interpret len as a negative 8-bit int.)
+         len = 257 - len;
+         if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data
+         val = stbi__get8(s);
+         count += len;
+         while (len) {
+            *p = val;
+            p += 4;
+            len--;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static void *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc)
+{
+   int pixelCount;
+   int channelCount, compression;
+   int channel, i;
+   int bitdepth;
+   int w,h;
+   stbi_uc *out;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   // Check identifier
+   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053)   // "8BPS"
+      return stbi__errpuc("not PSD", "Corrupt PSD image");
+
+   // Check file type version.
+   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1)
+      return stbi__errpuc("wrong version", "Unsupported version of PSD image");
+
+   // Skip 6 reserved bytes.
+   stbi__skip(s, 6 );
+
+   // Read the number of channels (R, G, B, A, etc).
+   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16)
+      return stbi__errpuc("wrong channel count", "Unsupported number of channels in PSD image");
+
+   // Read the rows and columns of the image.
+   h = stbi__get32be(s);
+   w = stbi__get32be(s);
+
+   if (h > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (w > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   // Make sure the depth is 8 bits.
+   bitdepth = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (bitdepth != 8 && bitdepth != 16)
+      return stbi__errpuc("unsupported bit depth", "PSD bit depth is not 8 or 16 bit");
+
+   // Make sure the color mode is RGB.
+   // Valid options are:
+   //   0: Bitmap
+   //   1: Grayscale
+   //   2: Indexed color
+   //   3: RGB color
+   //   4: CMYK color
+   //   7: Multichannel
+   //   8: Duotone
+   //   9: Lab color
+   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3)
+      return stbi__errpuc("wrong color format", "PSD is not in RGB color format");
+
+   // Skip the Mode Data.  (It's the palette for indexed color; other info for other modes.)
+   stbi__skip(s,stbi__get32be(s) );
+
+   // Skip the image resources.  (resolution, pen tool paths, etc)
+   stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) );
+
+   // Skip the reserved data.
+   stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) );
+
+   // Find out if the data is compressed.
+   // Known values:
+   //   0: no compression
+   //   1: RLE compressed
+   compression = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (compression > 1)
+      return stbi__errpuc("bad compression", "PSD has an unknown compression format");
+
+   // Check size
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(4, w, h, 0))
+      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt PSD");
+
+   // Create the destination image.
+
+   if (!compression && bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) {
+      out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(8, w, h, 0);
+      ri->bits_per_channel = 16;
+   } else
+      out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * w*h);
+
+   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   pixelCount = w*h;
+
+   // Initialize the data to zero.
+   //memset( out, 0, pixelCount * 4 );
+
+   // Finally, the image data.
+   if (compression) {
+      // RLE as used by .PSD and .TIFF
+      // Loop until you get the number of unpacked bytes you are expecting:
+      //     Read the next source byte into n.
+      //     If n is between 0 and 127 inclusive, copy the next n+1 bytes literally.
+      //     Else if n is between -127 and -1 inclusive, copy the next byte -n+1 times.
+      //     Else if n is 128, noop.
+      // Endloop
+
+      // The RLE-compressed data is preceded by a 2-byte data count for each row in the data,
+      // which we're going to just skip.
+      stbi__skip(s, h * channelCount * 2 );
+
+      // Read the RLE data by channel.
+      for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) {
+         stbi_uc *p;
+
+         p = out+channel;
+         if (channel >= channelCount) {
+            // Fill this channel with default data.
+            for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
+               *p = (channel == 3 ? 255 : 0);
+         } else {
+            // Read the RLE data.
+            if (!stbi__psd_decode_rle(s, p, pixelCount)) {
+               STBI_FREE(out);
+               return stbi__errpuc("corrupt", "bad RLE data");
+            }
+         }
+      }
+
+   } else {
+      // We're at the raw image data.  It's each channel in order (Red, Green, Blue, Alpha, ...)
+      // where each channel consists of an 8-bit (or 16-bit) value for each pixel in the image.
+
+      // Read the data by channel.
+      for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) {
+         if (channel >= channelCount) {
+            // Fill this channel with default data.
+            if (bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) {
+               stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel;
+               stbi__uint16 val = channel == 3 ? 65535 : 0;
+               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4)
+                  *q = val;
+            } else {
+               stbi_uc *p = out+channel;
+               stbi_uc val = channel == 3 ? 255 : 0;
+               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
+                  *p = val;
+            }
+         } else {
+            if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) {    // output bpc
+               stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel;
+               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4)
+                  *q = (stbi__uint16) stbi__get16be(s);
+            } else {
+               stbi_uc *p = out+channel;
+               if (bitdepth == 16) {  // input bpc
+                  for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
+                     *p = (stbi_uc) (stbi__get16be(s) >> 8);
+               } else {
+                  for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
+                     *p = stbi__get8(s);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   // remove weird white matte from PSD
+   if (channelCount >= 4) {
+      if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) {
+         for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) {
+            stbi__uint16 *pixel = (stbi__uint16 *) out + 4*i;
+            if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 65535) {
+               float a = pixel[3] / 65535.0f;
+               float ra = 1.0f / a;
+               float inv_a = 65535.0f * (1 - ra);
+               pixel[0] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a);
+               pixel[1] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a);
+               pixel[2] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a);
+            }
+         }
+      } else {
+         for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) {
+            unsigned char *pixel = out + 4*i;
+            if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 255) {
+               float a = pixel[3] / 255.0f;
+               float ra = 1.0f / a;
+               float inv_a = 255.0f * (1 - ra);
+               pixel[0] = (unsigned char) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a);
+               pixel[1] = (unsigned char) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a);
+               pixel[2] = (unsigned char) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a);
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   // convert to desired output format
+   if (req_comp && req_comp != 4) {
+      if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16)
+         out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) out, 4, req_comp, w, h);
+      else
+         out = stbi__convert_format(out, 4, req_comp, w, h);
+      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
+   }
+
+   if (comp) *comp = 4;
+   *y = h;
+   *x = w;
+
+   return out;
+}
+#endif
+
+// *************************************************************************************************
+// Softimage PIC loader
+// by Tom Seddon
+//
+// See http://softimage.wiki.softimage.com/index.php/INFO:_PIC_file_format
+// See http://ozviz.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/dataformats/softimagepic/
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
+static int stbi__pic_is4(stbi__context *s,const char *str)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i<4; ++i)
+      if (stbi__get8(s) != (stbi_uc)str[i])
+         return 0;
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__pic_test_core(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int i;
+
+   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34"))
+      return 0;
+
+   for(i=0;i<84;++i)
+      stbi__get8(s);
+
+   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"PICT"))
+      return 0;
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi_uc size,type,channel;
+} stbi__pic_packet;
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__readval(stbi__context *s, int channel, stbi_uc *dest)
+{
+   int mask=0x80, i;
+
+   for (i=0; i<4; ++i, mask>>=1) {
+      if (channel & mask) {
+         if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","PIC file too short");
+         dest[i]=stbi__get8(s);
+      }
+   }
+
+   return dest;
+}
+
+static void stbi__copyval(int channel,stbi_uc *dest,const stbi_uc *src)
+{
+   int mask=0x80,i;
+
+   for (i=0;i<4; ++i, mask>>=1)
+      if (channel&mask)
+         dest[i]=src[i];
+}
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__pic_load_core(stbi__context *s,int width,int height,int *comp, stbi_uc *result)
+{
+   int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,y,chained;
+   stbi__pic_packet packets[10];
+
+   // this will (should...) cater for even some bizarre stuff like having data
+    // for the same channel in multiple packets.
+   do {
+      stbi__pic_packet *packet;
+
+      if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0]))
+         return stbi__errpuc("bad format","too many packets");
+
+      packet = &packets[num_packets++];
+
+      chained = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->size    = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->type    = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->channel = stbi__get8(s);
+
+      act_comp |= packet->channel;
+
+      if (stbi__at_eof(s))          return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (reading packets)");
+      if (packet->size != 8)  return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet isn't 8bpp");
+   } while (chained);
+
+   *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3); // has alpha channel?
+
+   for(y=0; y<height; ++y) {
+      int packet_idx;
+
+      for(packet_idx=0; packet_idx < num_packets; ++packet_idx) {
+         stbi__pic_packet *packet = &packets[packet_idx];
+         stbi_uc *dest = result+y*width*4;
+
+         switch (packet->type) {
+            default:
+               return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet has bad compression type");
+
+            case 0: {//uncompressed
+               int x;
+
+               for(x=0;x<width;++x, dest+=4)
+                  if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest))
+                     return 0;
+               break;
+            }
+
+            case 1://Pure RLE
+               {
+                  int left=width, i;
+
+                  while (left>0) {
+                     stbi_uc count,value[4];
+
+                     count=stbi__get8(s);
+                     if (stbi__at_eof(s))   return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pure read count)");
+
+                     if (count > left)
+                        count = (stbi_uc) left;
+
+                     if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value))  return 0;
+
+                     for(i=0; i<count; ++i,dest+=4)
+                        stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value);
+                     left -= count;
+                  }
+               }
+               break;
+
+            case 2: {//Mixed RLE
+               int left=width;
+               while (left>0) {
+                  int count = stbi__get8(s), i;
+                  if (stbi__at_eof(s))  return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (mixed read count)");
+
+                  if (count >= 128) { // Repeated
+                     stbi_uc value[4];
+
+                     if (count==128)
+                        count = stbi__get16be(s);
+                     else
+                        count -= 127;
+                     if (count > left)
+                        return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun");
+
+                     if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value))
+                        return 0;
+
+                     for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest += 4)
+                        stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value);
+                  } else { // Raw
+                     ++count;
+                     if (count>left) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun");
+
+                     for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest+=4)
+                        if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest))
+                           return 0;
+                  }
+                  left-=count;
+               }
+               break;
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   return result;
+}
+
+static void *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s,int *px,int *py,int *comp,int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   stbi_uc *result;
+   int i, x,y, internal_comp;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   if (!comp) comp = &internal_comp;
+
+   for (i=0; i<92; ++i)
+      stbi__get8(s);
+
+   x = stbi__get16be(s);
+   y = stbi__get16be(s);
+
+   if (y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   if (stbi__at_eof(s))  return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pic header)");
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(x, y, 4, 0)) return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PIC image too large to decode");
+
+   stbi__get32be(s); //skip `ratio'
+   stbi__get16be(s); //skip `fields'
+   stbi__get16be(s); //skip `pad'
+
+   // intermediate buffer is RGBA
+   result = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, 4, 0);
+   memset(result, 0xff, x*y*4);
+
+   if (!stbi__pic_load_core(s,x,y,comp, result)) {
+      STBI_FREE(result);
+      result=0;
+   }
+   *px = x;
+   *py = y;
+   if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = *comp;
+   result=stbi__convert_format(result,4,req_comp,x,y);
+
+   return result;
+}
+
+static int stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r = stbi__pic_test_core(s);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return r;
+}
+#endif
+
+// *************************************************************************************************
+// GIF loader -- public domain by Jean-Marc Lienher -- simplified/shrunk by stb
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+typedef struct
+{
+   stbi__int16 prefix;
+   stbi_uc first;
+   stbi_uc suffix;
+} stbi__gif_lzw;
+
+typedef struct
+{
+   int w,h;
+   stbi_uc *out;                 // output buffer (always 4 components)
+   stbi_uc *background;          // The current "background" as far as a gif is concerned
+   stbi_uc *history;
+   int flags, bgindex, ratio, transparent, eflags;
+   stbi_uc  pal[256][4];
+   stbi_uc lpal[256][4];
+   stbi__gif_lzw codes[8192];
+   stbi_uc *color_table;
+   int parse, step;
+   int lflags;
+   int start_x, start_y;
+   int max_x, max_y;
+   int cur_x, cur_y;
+   int line_size;
+   int delay;
+} stbi__gif;
+
+static int stbi__gif_test_raw(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int sz;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8') return 0;
+   sz = stbi__get8(s);
+   if (sz != '9' && sz != '7') return 0;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a') return 0;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int r = stbi__gif_test_raw(s);
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return r;
+}
+
+static void stbi__gif_parse_colortable(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc pal[256][4], int num_entries, int transp)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; i < num_entries; ++i) {
+      pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s);
+      pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s);
+      pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s);
+      pal[i][3] = transp == i ? 0 : 255;
+   }
+}
+
+static int stbi__gif_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int is_info)
+{
+   stbi_uc version;
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8')
+      return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
+
+   version = stbi__get8(s);
+   if (version != '7' && version != '9')    return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
+   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a')                return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
+
+   stbi__g_failure_reason = "";
+   g->w = stbi__get16le(s);
+   g->h = stbi__get16le(s);
+   g->flags = stbi__get8(s);
+   g->bgindex = stbi__get8(s);
+   g->ratio = stbi__get8(s);
+   g->transparent = -1;
+
+   if (g->w > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (g->h > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   if (comp != 0) *comp = 4;  // can't actually tell whether it's 3 or 4 until we parse the comments
+
+   if (is_info) return 1;
+
+   if (g->flags & 0x80)
+      stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->pal, 2 << (g->flags & 7), -1);
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__gif_info_raw(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   stbi__gif* g = (stbi__gif*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__gif));
+   if (!stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp, 1)) {
+      STBI_FREE(g);
+      stbi__rewind( s );
+      return 0;
+   }
+   if (x) *x = g->w;
+   if (y) *y = g->h;
+   STBI_FREE(g);
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static void stbi__out_gif_code(stbi__gif *g, stbi__uint16 code)
+{
+   stbi_uc *p, *c;
+   int idx;
+
+   // recurse to decode the prefixes, since the linked-list is backwards,
+   // and working backwards through an interleaved image would be nasty
+   if (g->codes[code].prefix >= 0)
+      stbi__out_gif_code(g, g->codes[code].prefix);
+
+   if (g->cur_y >= g->max_y) return;
+
+   idx = g->cur_x + g->cur_y;
+   p = &g->out[idx];
+   g->history[idx / 4] = 1;
+
+   c = &g->color_table[g->codes[code].suffix * 4];
+   if (c[3] > 128) { // don't render transparent pixels;
+      p[0] = c[2];
+      p[1] = c[1];
+      p[2] = c[0];
+      p[3] = c[3];
+   }
+   g->cur_x += 4;
+
+   if (g->cur_x >= g->max_x) {
+      g->cur_x = g->start_x;
+      g->cur_y += g->step;
+
+      while (g->cur_y >= g->max_y && g->parse > 0) {
+         g->step = (1 << g->parse) * g->line_size;
+         g->cur_y = g->start_y + (g->step >> 1);
+         --g->parse;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static stbi_uc *stbi__process_gif_raster(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g)
+{
+   stbi_uc lzw_cs;
+   stbi__int32 len, init_code;
+   stbi__uint32 first;
+   stbi__int32 codesize, codemask, avail, oldcode, bits, valid_bits, clear;
+   stbi__gif_lzw *p;
+
+   lzw_cs = stbi__get8(s);
+   if (lzw_cs > 12) return NULL;
+   clear = 1 << lzw_cs;
+   first = 1;
+   codesize = lzw_cs + 1;
+   codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
+   bits = 0;
+   valid_bits = 0;
+   for (init_code = 0; init_code < clear; init_code++) {
+      g->codes[init_code].prefix = -1;
+      g->codes[init_code].first = (stbi_uc) init_code;
+      g->codes[init_code].suffix = (stbi_uc) init_code;
+   }
+
+   // support no starting clear code
+   avail = clear+2;
+   oldcode = -1;
+
+   len = 0;
+   for(;;) {
+      if (valid_bits < codesize) {
+         if (len == 0) {
+            len = stbi__get8(s); // start new block
+            if (len == 0)
+               return g->out;
+         }
+         --len;
+         bits |= (stbi__int32) stbi__get8(s) << valid_bits;
+         valid_bits += 8;
+      } else {
+         stbi__int32 code = bits & codemask;
+         bits >>= codesize;
+         valid_bits -= codesize;
+         // @OPTIMIZE: is there some way we can accelerate the non-clear path?
+         if (code == clear) {  // clear code
+            codesize = lzw_cs + 1;
+            codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
+            avail = clear + 2;
+            oldcode = -1;
+            first = 0;
+         } else if (code == clear + 1) { // end of stream code
+            stbi__skip(s, len);
+            while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) > 0)
+               stbi__skip(s,len);
+            return g->out;
+         } else if (code <= avail) {
+            if (first) {
+               return stbi__errpuc("no clear code", "Corrupt GIF");
+            }
+
+            if (oldcode >= 0) {
+               p = &g->codes[avail++];
+               if (avail > 8192) {
+                  return stbi__errpuc("too many codes", "Corrupt GIF");
+               }
+
+               p->prefix = (stbi__int16) oldcode;
+               p->first = g->codes[oldcode].first;
+               p->suffix = (code == avail) ? p->first : g->codes[code].first;
+            } else if (code == avail)
+               return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF");
+
+            stbi__out_gif_code(g, (stbi__uint16) code);
+
+            if ((avail & codemask) == 0 && avail <= 0x0FFF) {
+               codesize++;
+               codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
+            }
+
+            oldcode = code;
+         } else {
+            return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF");
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+// this function is designed to support animated gifs, although stb_image doesn't support it
+// two back is the image from two frames ago, used for a very specific disposal format
+static stbi_uc *stbi__gif_load_next(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi_uc *two_back)
+{
+   int dispose;
+   int first_frame;
+   int pi;
+   int pcount;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(req_comp);
+
+   // on first frame, any non-written pixels get the background colour (non-transparent)
+   first_frame = 0;
+   if (g->out == 0) {
+      if (!stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp,0)) return 0; // stbi__g_failure_reason set by stbi__gif_header
+      if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(4, g->w, g->h, 0))
+         return stbi__errpuc("too large", "GIF image is too large");
+      pcount = g->w * g->h;
+      g->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * pcount);
+      g->background = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * pcount);
+      g->history = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(pcount);
+      if (!g->out || !g->background || !g->history)
+         return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+      // image is treated as "transparent" at the start - ie, nothing overwrites the current background;
+      // background colour is only used for pixels that are not rendered first frame, after that "background"
+      // color refers to the color that was there the previous frame.
+      memset(g->out, 0x00, 4 * pcount);
+      memset(g->background, 0x00, 4 * pcount); // state of the background (starts transparent)
+      memset(g->history, 0x00, pcount);        // pixels that were affected previous frame
+      first_frame = 1;
+   } else {
+      // second frame - how do we dispose of the previous one?
+      dispose = (g->eflags & 0x1C) >> 2;
+      pcount = g->w * g->h;
+
+      if ((dispose == 3) && (two_back == 0)) {
+         dispose = 2; // if I don't have an image to revert back to, default to the old background
+      }
+
+      if (dispose == 3) { // use previous graphic
+         for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
+            if (g->history[pi]) {
+               memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &two_back[pi * 4], 4 );
+            }
+         }
+      } else if (dispose == 2) {
+         // restore what was changed last frame to background before that frame;
+         for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
+            if (g->history[pi]) {
+               memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &g->background[pi * 4], 4 );
+            }
+         }
+      } else {
+         // This is a non-disposal case eithe way, so just
+         // leave the pixels as is, and they will become the new background
+         // 1: do not dispose
+         // 0:  not specified.
+      }
+
+      // background is what out is after the undoing of the previou frame;
+      memcpy( g->background, g->out, 4 * g->w * g->h );
+   }
+
+   // clear my history;
+   memset( g->history, 0x00, g->w * g->h );        // pixels that were affected previous frame
+
+   for (;;) {
+      int tag = stbi__get8(s);
+      switch (tag) {
+         case 0x2C: /* Image Descriptor */
+         {
+            stbi__int32 x, y, w, h;
+            stbi_uc *o;
+
+            x = stbi__get16le(s);
+            y = stbi__get16le(s);
+            w = stbi__get16le(s);
+            h = stbi__get16le(s);
+            if (((x + w) > (g->w)) || ((y + h) > (g->h)))
+               return stbi__errpuc("bad Image Descriptor", "Corrupt GIF");
+
+            g->line_size = g->w * 4;
+            g->start_x = x * 4;
+            g->start_y = y * g->line_size;
+            g->max_x   = g->start_x + w * 4;
+            g->max_y   = g->start_y + h * g->line_size;
+            g->cur_x   = g->start_x;
+            g->cur_y   = g->start_y;
+
+            // if the width of the specified rectangle is 0, that means
+            // we may not see *any* pixels or the image is malformed;
+            // to make sure this is caught, move the current y down to
+            // max_y (which is what out_gif_code checks).
+            if (w == 0)
+               g->cur_y = g->max_y;
+
+            g->lflags = stbi__get8(s);
+
+            if (g->lflags & 0x40) {
+               g->step = 8 * g->line_size; // first interlaced spacing
+               g->parse = 3;
+            } else {
+               g->step = g->line_size;
+               g->parse = 0;
+            }
+
+            if (g->lflags & 0x80) {
+               stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->lpal, 2 << (g->lflags & 7), g->eflags & 0x01 ? g->transparent : -1);
+               g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->lpal;
+            } else if (g->flags & 0x80) {
+               g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->pal;
+            } else
+               return stbi__errpuc("missing color table", "Corrupt GIF");
+
+            o = stbi__process_gif_raster(s, g);
+            if (!o) return NULL;
+
+            // if this was the first frame,
+            pcount = g->w * g->h;
+            if (first_frame && (g->bgindex > 0)) {
+               // if first frame, any pixel not drawn to gets the background color
+               for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
+                  if (g->history[pi] == 0) {
+                     g->pal[g->bgindex][3] = 255; // just in case it was made transparent, undo that; It will be reset next frame if need be;
+                     memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &g->pal[g->bgindex], 4 );
+                  }
+               }
+            }
+
+            return o;
+         }
+
+         case 0x21: // Comment Extension.
+         {
+            int len;
+            int ext = stbi__get8(s);
+            if (ext == 0xF9) { // Graphic Control Extension.
+               len = stbi__get8(s);
+               if (len == 4) {
+                  g->eflags = stbi__get8(s);
+                  g->delay = 10 * stbi__get16le(s); // delay - 1/100th of a second, saving as 1/1000ths.
+
+                  // unset old transparent
+                  if (g->transparent >= 0) {
+                     g->pal[g->transparent][3] = 255;
+                  }
+                  if (g->eflags & 0x01) {
+                     g->transparent = stbi__get8(s);
+                     if (g->transparent >= 0) {
+                        g->pal[g->transparent][3] = 0;
+                     }
+                  } else {
+                     // don't need transparent
+                     stbi__skip(s, 1);
+                     g->transparent = -1;
+                  }
+               } else {
+                  stbi__skip(s, len);
+                  break;
+               }
+            }
+            while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) != 0) {
+               stbi__skip(s, len);
+            }
+            break;
+         }
+
+         case 0x3B: // gif stream termination code
+            return (stbi_uc *) s; // using '1' causes warning on some compilers
+
+         default:
+            return stbi__errpuc("unknown code", "Corrupt GIF");
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static void *stbi__load_gif_main(stbi__context *s, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp)
+{
+   if (stbi__gif_test(s)) {
+      int layers = 0;
+      stbi_uc *u = 0;
+      stbi_uc *out = 0;
+      stbi_uc *two_back = 0;
+      stbi__gif g;
+      int stride;
+      memset(&g, 0, sizeof(g));
+      if (delays) {
+         *delays = 0;
+      }
+
+      do {
+         u = stbi__gif_load_next(s, &g, comp, req_comp, two_back);
+         if (u == (stbi_uc *) s) u = 0;  // end of animated gif marker
+
+         if (u) {
+            *x = g.w;
+            *y = g.h;
+            ++layers;
+            stride = g.w * g.h * 4;
+
+            if (out) {
+               void *tmp = (stbi_uc*) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED( out, 0, layers * stride );
+               if (NULL == tmp) {
+                  STBI_FREE(g.out);
+                  STBI_FREE(g.history);
+                  STBI_FREE(g.background);
+                  return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+               }
+               else {
+                   out = (stbi_uc*) tmp;
+               }
+
+               if (delays) {
+                  *delays = (int*) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED( *delays, 0, sizeof(int) * layers );
+               }
+            } else {
+               out = (stbi_uc*)stbi__malloc( layers * stride );
+               if (delays) {
+                  *delays = (int*) stbi__malloc( layers * sizeof(int) );
+               }
+            }
+            memcpy( out + ((layers - 1) * stride), u, stride );
+            if (layers >= 2) {
+               two_back = out - 2 * stride;
+            }
+
+            if (delays) {
+               (*delays)[layers - 1U] = g.delay;
+            }
+         }
+      } while (u != 0);
+
+      // free temp buffer;
+      STBI_FREE(g.out);
+      STBI_FREE(g.history);
+      STBI_FREE(g.background);
+
+      // do the final conversion after loading everything;
+      if (req_comp && req_comp != 4)
+         out = stbi__convert_format(out, 4, req_comp, layers * g.w, g.h);
+
+      *z = layers;
+      return out;
+   } else {
+      return stbi__errpuc("not GIF", "Image was not as a gif type.");
+   }
+}
+
+static void *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   stbi_uc *u = 0;
+   stbi__gif g;
+   memset(&g, 0, sizeof(g));
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   u = stbi__gif_load_next(s, &g, comp, req_comp, 0);
+   if (u == (stbi_uc *) s) u = 0;  // end of animated gif marker
+   if (u) {
+      *x = g.w;
+      *y = g.h;
+
+      // moved conversion to after successful load so that the same
+      // can be done for multiple frames.
+      if (req_comp && req_comp != 4)
+         u = stbi__convert_format(u, 4, req_comp, g.w, g.h);
+   } else if (g.out) {
+      // if there was an error and we allocated an image buffer, free it!
+      STBI_FREE(g.out);
+   }
+
+   // free buffers needed for multiple frame loading;
+   STBI_FREE(g.history);
+   STBI_FREE(g.background);
+
+   return u;
+}
+
+static int stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   return stbi__gif_info_raw(s,x,y,comp);
+}
+#endif
+
+// *************************************************************************************************
+// Radiance RGBE HDR loader
+// originally by Nicolas Schulz
+#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+static int stbi__hdr_test_core(stbi__context *s, const char *signature)
+{
+   int i;
+   for (i=0; signature[i]; ++i)
+      if (stbi__get8(s) != signature[i])
+          return 0;
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context* s)
+{
+   int r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RADIANCE\n");
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+   if(!r) {
+       r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RGBE\n");
+       stbi__rewind(s);
+   }
+   return r;
+}
+
+#define STBI__HDR_BUFLEN  1024
+static char *stbi__hdr_gettoken(stbi__context *z, char *buffer)
+{
+   int len=0;
+   char c = '\0';
+
+   c = (char) stbi__get8(z);
+
+   while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && c != '\n') {
+      buffer[len++] = c;
+      if (len == STBI__HDR_BUFLEN-1) {
+         // flush to end of line
+         while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && stbi__get8(z) != '\n')
+            ;
+         break;
+      }
+      c = (char) stbi__get8(z);
+   }
+
+   buffer[len] = 0;
+   return buffer;
+}
+
+static void stbi__hdr_convert(float *output, stbi_uc *input, int req_comp)
+{
+   if ( input[3] != 0 ) {
+      float f1;
+      // Exponent
+      f1 = (float) ldexp(1.0f, input[3] - (int)(128 + 8));
+      if (req_comp <= 2)
+         output[0] = (input[0] + input[1] + input[2]) * f1 / 3;
+      else {
+         output[0] = input[0] * f1;
+         output[1] = input[1] * f1;
+         output[2] = input[2] * f1;
+      }
+      if (req_comp == 2) output[1] = 1;
+      if (req_comp == 4) output[3] = 1;
+   } else {
+      switch (req_comp) {
+         case 4: output[3] = 1; /* fallthrough */
+         case 3: output[0] = output[1] = output[2] = 0;
+                 break;
+         case 2: output[1] = 1; /* fallthrough */
+         case 1: output[0] = 0;
+                 break;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+static float *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN];
+   char *token;
+   int valid = 0;
+   int width, height;
+   stbi_uc *scanline;
+   float *hdr_data;
+   int len;
+   unsigned char count, value;
+   int i, j, k, c1,c2, z;
+   const char *headerToken;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   // Check identifier
+   headerToken = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
+   if (strcmp(headerToken, "#?RADIANCE") != 0 && strcmp(headerToken, "#?RGBE") != 0)
+      return stbi__errpf("not HDR", "Corrupt HDR image");
+
+   // Parse header
+   for(;;) {
+      token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
+      if (token[0] == 0) break;
+      if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1;
+   }
+
+   if (!valid)    return stbi__errpf("unsupported format", "Unsupported HDR format");
+
+   // Parse width and height
+   // can't use sscanf() if we're not using stdio!
+   token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
+   if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3))  return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format");
+   token += 3;
+   height = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10);
+   while (*token == ' ') ++token;
+   if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3))  return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format");
+   token += 3;
+   width = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10);
+
+   if (height > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpf("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (width > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpf("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   *x = width;
+   *y = height;
+
+   if (comp) *comp = 3;
+   if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = 3;
+
+   if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0))
+      return stbi__errpf("too large", "HDR image is too large");
+
+   // Read data
+   hdr_data = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0);
+   if (!hdr_data)
+      return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+
+   // Load image data
+   // image data is stored as some number of sca
+   if ( width < 8 || width >= 32768) {
+      // Read flat data
+      for (j=0; j < height; ++j) {
+         for (i=0; i < width; ++i) {
+            stbi_uc rgbe[4];
+           main_decode_loop:
+            stbi__getn(s, rgbe, 4);
+            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data + j * width * req_comp + i * req_comp, rgbe, req_comp);
+         }
+      }
+   } else {
+      // Read RLE-encoded data
+      scanline = NULL;
+
+      for (j = 0; j < height; ++j) {
+         c1 = stbi__get8(s);
+         c2 = stbi__get8(s);
+         len = stbi__get8(s);
+         if (c1 != 2 || c2 != 2 || (len & 0x80)) {
+            // not run-length encoded, so we have to actually use THIS data as a decoded
+            // pixel (note this can't be a valid pixel--one of RGB must be >= 128)
+            stbi_uc rgbe[4];
+            rgbe[0] = (stbi_uc) c1;
+            rgbe[1] = (stbi_uc) c2;
+            rgbe[2] = (stbi_uc) len;
+            rgbe[3] = (stbi_uc) stbi__get8(s);
+            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data, rgbe, req_comp);
+            i = 1;
+            j = 0;
+            STBI_FREE(scanline);
+            goto main_decode_loop; // yes, this makes no sense
+         }
+         len <<= 8;
+         len |= stbi__get8(s);
+         if (len != width) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("invalid decoded scanline length", "corrupt HDR"); }
+         if (scanline == NULL) {
+            scanline = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(width, 4, 0);
+            if (!scanline) {
+               STBI_FREE(hdr_data);
+               return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+            }
+         }
+
+         for (k = 0; k < 4; ++k) {
+            int nleft;
+            i = 0;
+            while ((nleft = width - i) > 0) {
+               count = stbi__get8(s);
+               if (count > 128) {
+                  // Run
+                  value = stbi__get8(s);
+                  count -= 128;
+                  if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); }
+                  for (z = 0; z < count; ++z)
+                     scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = value;
+               } else {
+                  // Dump
+                  if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); }
+                  for (z = 0; z < count; ++z)
+                     scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = stbi__get8(s);
+               }
+            }
+         }
+         for (i=0; i < width; ++i)
+            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data+(j*width + i)*req_comp, scanline + i*4, req_comp);
+      }
+      if (scanline)
+         STBI_FREE(scanline);
+   }
+
+   return hdr_data;
+}
+
+static int stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN];
+   char *token;
+   int valid = 0;
+   int dummy;
+
+   if (!x) x = &dummy;
+   if (!y) y = &dummy;
+   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
+
+   if (stbi__hdr_test(s) == 0) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+
+   for(;;) {
+      token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
+      if (token[0] == 0) break;
+      if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1;
+   }
+
+   if (!valid) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
+   if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3)) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   token += 3;
+   *y = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10);
+   while (*token == ' ') ++token;
+   if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3)) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   token += 3;
+   *x = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10);
+   *comp = 3;
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif // STBI_NO_HDR
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+static int stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   void *p;
+   stbi__bmp_data info;
+
+   info.all_a = 255;
+   p = stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info);
+   stbi__rewind( s );
+   if (p == NULL)
+      return 0;
+   if (x) *x = s->img_x;
+   if (y) *y = s->img_y;
+   if (comp) {
+      if (info.bpp == 24 && info.ma == 0xff000000)
+         *comp = 3;
+      else
+         *comp = info.ma ? 4 : 3;
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+static int stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   int channelCount, dummy, depth;
+   if (!x) x = &dummy;
+   if (!y) y = &dummy;
+   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
+   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   stbi__skip(s, 6);
+   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   *y = stbi__get32be(s);
+   *x = stbi__get32be(s);
+   depth = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (depth != 8 && depth != 16) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   *comp = 4;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static int stbi__psd_is16(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   int channelCount, depth;
+   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   stbi__skip(s, 6);
+   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   (void) stbi__get32be(s);
+   (void) stbi__get32be(s);
+   depth = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (depth != 16) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
+static int stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,chained,dummy;
+   stbi__pic_packet packets[10];
+
+   if (!x) x = &dummy;
+   if (!y) y = &dummy;
+   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
+
+   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34")) {
+      stbi__rewind(s);
+      return 0;
+   }
+
+   stbi__skip(s, 88);
+
+   *x = stbi__get16be(s);
+   *y = stbi__get16be(s);
+   if (stbi__at_eof(s)) {
+      stbi__rewind( s);
+      return 0;
+   }
+   if ( (*x) != 0 && (1 << 28) / (*x) < (*y)) {
+      stbi__rewind( s );
+      return 0;
+   }
+
+   stbi__skip(s, 8);
+
+   do {
+      stbi__pic_packet *packet;
+
+      if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0]))
+         return 0;
+
+      packet = &packets[num_packets++];
+      chained = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->size    = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->type    = stbi__get8(s);
+      packet->channel = stbi__get8(s);
+      act_comp |= packet->channel;
+
+      if (stbi__at_eof(s)) {
+          stbi__rewind( s );
+          return 0;
+      }
+      if (packet->size != 8) {
+          stbi__rewind( s );
+          return 0;
+      }
+   } while (chained);
+
+   *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3);
+
+   return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+// *************************************************************************************************
+// Portable Gray Map and Portable Pixel Map loader
+// by Ken Miller
+//
+// PGM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/pgm.html
+// PPM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/ppm.html
+//
+// Known limitations:
+//    Does not support comments in the header section
+//    Does not support ASCII image data (formats P2 and P3)
+//    Does not support 16-bit-per-channel
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
+
+static int      stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   char p, t;
+   p = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   t = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) {
+       stbi__rewind( s );
+       return 0;
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+static void *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
+{
+   stbi_uc *out;
+   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
+
+   if (!stbi__pnm_info(s, (int *)&s->img_x, (int *)&s->img_y, (int *)&s->img_n))
+      return 0;
+
+   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
+
+   *x = s->img_x;
+   *y = s->img_y;
+   if (comp) *comp = s->img_n;
+
+   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0))
+      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PNM too large");
+
+   out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0);
+   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
+   stbi__getn(s, out, s->img_n * s->img_x * s->img_y);
+
+   if (req_comp && req_comp != s->img_n) {
+      out = stbi__convert_format(out, s->img_n, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y);
+      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
+   }
+   return out;
+}
+
+static int      stbi__pnm_isspace(char c)
+{
+   return c == ' ' || c == '\t' || c == '\n' || c == '\v' || c == '\f' || c == '\r';
+}
+
+static void     stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(stbi__context *s, char *c)
+{
+   for (;;) {
+      while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isspace(*c))
+         *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+
+      if (stbi__at_eof(s) || *c != '#')
+         break;
+
+      while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && *c != '\n' && *c != '\r' )
+         *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   }
+}
+
+static int      stbi__pnm_isdigit(char c)
+{
+   return c >= '0' && c <= '9';
+}
+
+static int      stbi__pnm_getinteger(stbi__context *s, char *c)
+{
+   int value = 0;
+
+   while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isdigit(*c)) {
+      value = value*10 + (*c - '0');
+      *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   }
+
+   return value;
+}
+
+static int      stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   int maxv, dummy;
+   char c, p, t;
+
+   if (!x) x = &dummy;
+   if (!y) y = &dummy;
+   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
+
+   stbi__rewind(s);
+
+   // Get identifier
+   p = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   t = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) {
+       stbi__rewind(s);
+       return 0;
+   }
+
+   *comp = (t == '6') ? 3 : 1;  // '5' is 1-component .pgm; '6' is 3-component .ppm
+
+   c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
+   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
+
+   *x = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read width
+   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
+
+   *y = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read height
+   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
+
+   maxv = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c);  // read max value
+
+   if (maxv > 255)
+      return stbi__err("max value > 255", "PPM image not 8-bit");
+   else
+      return 1;
+}
+#endif
+
+static int stbi__info_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
+   if (stbi__jpeg_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
+   if (stbi__png_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
+   if (stbi__gif_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
+   if (stbi__bmp_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+   if (stbi__psd_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
+   if (stbi__pic_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
+   if (stbi__pnm_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
+   if (stbi__hdr_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   // test tga last because it's a crappy test!
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
+   if (stbi__tga_info(s, x, y, comp))
+       return 1;
+   #endif
+   return stbi__err("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
+}
+
+static int stbi__is_16_main(stbi__context *s)
+{
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
+   if (stbi__png_is16(s))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
+   if (stbi__psd_is16(s))  return 1;
+   #endif
+
+   return 0;
+}
+
+#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
+STBIDEF int stbi_info(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+    FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+    int result;
+    if (!f) return stbi__err("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
+    result = stbi_info_from_file(f, x, y, comp);
+    fclose(f);
+    return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   int r;
+   stbi__context s;
+   long pos = ftell(f);
+   stbi__start_file(&s, f);
+   r = stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
+   fseek(f,pos,SEEK_SET);
+   return r;
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit(char const *filename)
+{
+    FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
+    int result;
+    if (!f) return stbi__err("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
+    result = stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(f);
+    fclose(f);
+    return result;
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(FILE *f)
+{
+   int r;
+   stbi__context s;
+   long pos = ftell(f);
+   stbi__start_file(&s, f);
+   r = stbi__is_16_main(&s);
+   fseek(f,pos,SEEK_SET);
+   return r;
+}
+#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *c, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) c, user);
+   return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
+   return stbi__is_16_main(&s);
+}
+
+STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *c, void *user)
+{
+   stbi__context s;
+   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) c, user);
+   return stbi__is_16_main(&s);
+}
+
+#endif // STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
+
+/*
+   revision history:
+      2.20  (2019-02-07) support utf8 filenames in Windows; fix warnings and platform ifdefs
+      2.19  (2018-02-11) fix warning
+      2.18  (2018-01-30) fix warnings
+      2.17  (2018-01-29) change sbti__shiftsigned to avoid clang -O2 bug
+                         1-bit BMP
+                         *_is_16_bit api
+                         avoid warnings
+      2.16  (2017-07-23) all functions have 16-bit variants;
+                         STBI_NO_STDIO works again;
+                         compilation fixes;
+                         fix rounding in unpremultiply;
+                         optimize vertical flip;
+                         disable raw_len validation;
+                         documentation fixes
+      2.15  (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4 bug; now all Imagenet JPGs decode;
+                         warning fixes; disable run-time SSE detection on gcc;
+                         uniform handling of optional "return" values;
+                         thread-safe initialization of zlib tables
+      2.14  (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs
+      2.13  (2016-11-29) add 16-bit API, only supported for PNG right now
+      2.12  (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes
+      2.11  (2016-04-02) allocate large structures on the stack
+                         remove white matting for transparent PSD
+                         fix reported channel count for PNG & BMP
+                         re-enable SSE2 in non-gcc 64-bit
+                         support RGB-formatted JPEG
+                         read 16-bit PNGs (only as 8-bit)
+      2.10  (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09 by STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
+      2.09  (2016-01-16) allow comments in PNM files
+                         16-bit-per-pixel TGA (not bit-per-component)
+                         info() for TGA could break due to .hdr handling
+                         info() for BMP to shares code instead of sloppy parse
+                         can use STBI_REALLOC_SIZED if allocator doesn't support realloc
+                         code cleanup
+      2.08  (2015-09-13) fix to 2.07 cleanup, reading RGB PSD as RGBA
+      2.07  (2015-09-13) fix compiler warnings
+                         partial animated GIF support
+                         limited 16-bpc PSD support
+                         #ifdef unused functions
+                         bug with < 92 byte PIC,PNM,HDR,TGA
+      2.06  (2015-04-19) fix bug where PSD returns wrong '*comp' value
+      2.05  (2015-04-19) fix bug in progressive JPEG handling, fix warning
+      2.04  (2015-04-15) try to re-enable SIMD on MinGW 64-bit
+      2.03  (2015-04-12) extra corruption checking (mmozeiko)
+                         stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load (nguillemot)
+                         fix NEON support; fix mingw support
+      2.02  (2015-01-19) fix incorrect assert, fix warning
+      2.01  (2015-01-17) fix various warnings; suppress SIMD on gcc 32-bit without -msse2
+      2.00b (2014-12-25) fix STBI_MALLOC in progressive JPEG
+      2.00  (2014-12-25) optimize JPG, including x86 SSE2 & NEON SIMD (ryg)
+                         progressive JPEG (stb)
+                         PGM/PPM support (Ken Miller)
+                         STBI_MALLOC,STBI_REALLOC,STBI_FREE
+                         GIF bugfix -- seemingly never worked
+                         STBI_NO_*, STBI_ONLY_*
+      1.48  (2014-12-14) fix incorrectly-named assert()
+      1.47  (2014-12-14) 1/2/4-bit PNG support, both direct and paletted (Omar Cornut & stb)
+                         optimize PNG (ryg)
+                         fix bug in interlaced PNG with user-specified channel count (stb)
+      1.46  (2014-08-26)
+              fix broken tRNS chunk (colorkey-style transparency) in non-paletted PNG
+      1.45  (2014-08-16)
+              fix MSVC-ARM internal compiler error by wrapping malloc
+      1.44  (2014-08-07)
+              various warning fixes from Ronny Chevalier
+      1.43  (2014-07-15)
+              fix MSVC-only compiler problem in code changed in 1.42
+      1.42  (2014-07-09)
+              don't define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS (affects user code)
+              fixes to stbi__cleanup_jpeg path
+              added STBI_ASSERT to avoid requiring assert.h
+      1.41  (2014-06-25)
+              fix search&replace from 1.36 that messed up comments/error messages
+      1.40  (2014-06-22)
+              fix gcc struct-initialization warning
+      1.39  (2014-06-15)
+              fix to TGA optimization when req_comp != number of components in TGA;
+              fix to GIF loading because BMP wasn't rewinding (whoops, no GIFs in my test suite)
+              add support for BMP version 5 (more ignored fields)
+      1.38  (2014-06-06)
+              suppress MSVC warnings on integer casts truncating values
+              fix accidental rename of 'skip' field of I/O
+      1.37  (2014-06-04)
+              remove duplicate typedef
+      1.36  (2014-06-03)
+              convert to header file single-file library
+              if de-iphone isn't set, load iphone images color-swapped instead of returning NULL
+      1.35  (2014-05-27)
+              various warnings
+              fix broken STBI_SIMD path
+              fix bug where stbi_load_from_file no longer left file pointer in correct place
+              fix broken non-easy path for 32-bit BMP (possibly never used)
+              TGA optimization by Arseny Kapoulkine
+      1.34  (unknown)
+              use STBI_NOTUSED in stbi__resample_row_generic(), fix one more leak in tga failure case
+      1.33  (2011-07-14)
+              make stbi_is_hdr work in STBI_NO_HDR (as specified), minor compiler-friendly improvements
+      1.32  (2011-07-13)
+              support for "info" function for all supported filetypes (SpartanJ)
+      1.31  (2011-06-20)
+              a few more leak fixes, bug in PNG handling (SpartanJ)
+      1.30  (2011-06-11)
+              added ability to load files via callbacks to accomidate custom input streams (Ben Wenger)
+              removed deprecated format-specific test/load functions
+              removed support for installable file formats (stbi_loader) -- would have been broken for IO callbacks anyway
+              error cases in bmp and tga give messages and don't leak (Raymond Barbiero, grisha)
+              fix inefficiency in decoding 32-bit BMP (David Woo)
+      1.29  (2010-08-16)
+              various warning fixes from Aurelien Pocheville
+      1.28  (2010-08-01)
+              fix bug in GIF palette transparency (SpartanJ)
+      1.27  (2010-08-01)
+              cast-to-stbi_uc to fix warnings
+      1.26  (2010-07-24)
+              fix bug in file buffering for PNG reported by SpartanJ
+      1.25  (2010-07-17)
+              refix trans_data warning (Won Chun)
+      1.24  (2010-07-12)
+              perf improvements reading from files on platforms with lock-heavy fgetc()
+              minor perf improvements for jpeg
+              deprecated type-specific functions so we'll get feedback if they're needed
+              attempt to fix trans_data warning (Won Chun)
+      1.23    fixed bug in iPhone support
+      1.22  (2010-07-10)
+              removed image *writing* support
+              stbi_info support from Jetro Lauha
+              GIF support from Jean-Marc Lienher
+              iPhone PNG-extensions from James Brown
+              warning-fixes from Nicolas Schulz and Janez Zemva (i.stbi__err. Janez (U+017D)emva)
+      1.21    fix use of 'stbi_uc' in header (reported by jon blow)
+      1.20    added support for Softimage PIC, by Tom Seddon
+      1.19    bug in interlaced PNG corruption check (found by ryg)
+      1.18  (2008-08-02)
+              fix a threading bug (local mutable static)
+      1.17    support interlaced PNG
+      1.16    major bugfix - stbi__convert_format converted one too many pixels
+      1.15    initialize some fields for thread safety
+      1.14    fix threadsafe conversion bug
+              header-file-only version (#define STBI_HEADER_FILE_ONLY before including)
+      1.13    threadsafe
+      1.12    const qualifiers in the API
+      1.11    Support installable IDCT, colorspace conversion routines
+      1.10    Fixes for 64-bit (don't use "unsigned long")
+              optimized upsampling by Fabian "ryg" Giesen
+      1.09    Fix format-conversion for PSD code (bad global variables!)
+      1.08    Thatcher Ulrich's PSD code integrated by Nicolas Schulz
+      1.07    attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again
+      1.06    attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again
+      1.05    fix TGA loading to return correct *comp and use good luminance calc
+      1.04    default float alpha is 1, not 255; use 'void *' for stbi_image_free
+      1.03    bugfixes to STBI_NO_STDIO, STBI_NO_HDR
+      1.02    support for (subset of) HDR files, float interface for preferred access to them
+      1.01    fix bug: possible bug in handling right-side up bmps... not sure
+              fix bug: the stbi__bmp_load() and stbi__tga_load() functions didn't work at all
+      1.00    interface to zlib that skips zlib header
+      0.99    correct handling of alpha in palette
+      0.98    TGA loader by lonesock; dynamically add loaders (untested)
+      0.97    jpeg errors on too large a file; also catch another malloc failure
+      0.96    fix detection of invalid v value - particleman@mollyrocket forum
+      0.95    during header scan, seek to markers in case of padding
+      0.94    STBI_NO_STDIO to disable stdio usage; rename all #defines the same
+      0.93    handle jpegtran output; verbose errors
+      0.92    read 4,8,16,24,32-bit BMP files of several formats
+      0.91    output 24-bit Windows 3.0 BMP files
+      0.90    fix a few more warnings; bump version number to approach 1.0
+      0.61    bugfixes due to Marc LeBlanc, Christopher Lloyd
+      0.60    fix compiling as c++
+      0.59    fix warnings: merge Dave Moore's -Wall fixes
+      0.58    fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len/nlen was wrong endian
+      0.57    fix bug: jpg last huffman symbol before marker was >9 bits but less than 16 available
+      0.56    fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len vs. nlen
+      0.55    fix bug: restart_interval not initialized to 0
+      0.54    allow NULL for 'int *comp'
+      0.53    fix bug in png 3->4; speedup png decoding
+      0.52    png handles req_comp=3,4 directly; minor cleanup; jpeg comments
+      0.51    obey req_comp requests, 1-component jpegs return as 1-component,
+              on 'test' only check type, not whether we support this variant
+      0.50  (2006-11-19)
+              first released version
+*/
+
+
+/*
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License
+Copyright (c) 2017 Sean Barrett
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
+this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in
+the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
+use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies
+of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
+so, subject to the following conditions:
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
+copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
+SOFTWARE.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ALTERNATIVE B - Public Domain (www.unlicense.org)
+This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
+Anyone is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell, or distribute this
+software, either in source code form or as a compiled binary, for any purpose,
+commercial or non-commercial, and by any means.
+In jurisdictions that recognize copyright laws, the author or authors of this
+software dedicate any and all copyright interest in the software to the public
+domain. We make this dedication for the benefit of the public at large and to
+the detriment of our heirs and successors. We intend this dedication to be an
+overt act of relinquishment in perpetuity of all present and future rights to
+this software under copyright law.
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN
+ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
+WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+*/
-- 
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* [PATCH 4/5] logo: Enable image format selection for the logo
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
                   ` (2 preceding siblings ...)
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 5/5] logo: Add choice for the QOI image format option Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-14 10:28 ` [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Ahmad Fatoum
  5 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

Enables the selection of an image format to be used for the built-in
barebox logo. The default image format is set to png, has it was the
only choice before. This also adds bmp as the other option.

Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
---
 lib/logo/Kconfig  | 20 +++++++++++++++++++-
 lib/logo/Makefile | 43 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------
 lib/logo/logo.c   |  8 +++++++-
 3 files changed, 56 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lib/logo/Kconfig b/lib/logo/Kconfig
index 7d55f7fa27..8edfaaeb51 100644
--- a/lib/logo/Kconfig
+++ b/lib/logo/Kconfig
@@ -3,10 +3,28 @@ menuconfig BAREBOX_LOGO
 	help
 	  Say yes here to build the barebox logos. This adds ImageMagick's
 	  convert tool to the build dependencies. The logo can be found under
-	  /logo/barebox-logo-<width>.png in the running barebox.
+	  /logo/barebox-logo-<width>.<ext> in the running barebox.
 
 if BAREBOX_LOGO
 
+choice
+	prompt "Logo image encoding format to be used"
+	default BAREBOX_LOGO_PNG
+
+config BAREBOX_LOGO_PNG
+	bool "png"
+	select PNG
+	help
+	  Encode logo with the PNG image format
+
+config BAREBOX_LOGO_BMP
+	bool "bmp"
+	select BMP
+	help
+	  Encode logo with the BMP image format
+
+endchoice
+
 config BAREBOX_LOGO_64
 	bool "include 64x32 pixel logo"
 
diff --git a/lib/logo/Makefile b/lib/logo/Makefile
index f08beef76b..04c4906838 100644
--- a/lib/logo/Makefile
+++ b/lib/logo/Makefile
@@ -1,17 +1,17 @@
 
-OPTS_barebox-logo-w64.bblogo = -resize 64
+OPTS_barebox-logo-w64 = -resize 64
 bblogo-$(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_64) += barebox-logo-w64
 
-OPTS_barebox-logo-w240.bblogo = -resize 240
+OPTS_barebox-logo-w240 = -resize 240
 bblogo-$(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_240) += barebox-logo-w240
 
-OPTS_barebox-logo-w320.bblogo = -resize 320
+OPTS_barebox-logo-w320 = -resize 320
 bblogo-$(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_320) += barebox-logo-w320
 
-OPTS_barebox-logo-w400.bblogo = -resize 400
+OPTS_barebox-logo-w400 = -resize 400
 bblogo-$(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_400) += barebox-logo-w400
 
-OPTS_barebox-logo-w640.bblogo = -resize 640
+OPTS_barebox-logo-w640 = -resize 640
 bblogo-$(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_640) += barebox-logo-w640
 
 obj-y += $(patsubst %,%.bblogo.o,$(bblogo-y))
@@ -38,15 +38,32 @@ cmd_logo_S =							\
 %.bblogo.S: %.bblogo FORCE
 	$(call if_changed,logo_S)
 
+quiet_cmd_logo = LOGO     $@
+      cmd_logo = cp $< $@
+
+ifdef CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_PNG
+extra-y += $(patsubst %,%.png,$(bblogo-y))
+%.bblogo: %.png FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,logo)
+endif
+ifdef CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_BMP
+extra-y += $(patsubst %,%.bmp,$(bblogo-y))
+%.bblogo: %.bmp FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,logo)
+endif
+
 CONVERTOPTS += -background none
 
-quiet_cmd_logo = PNG     $@
-cmd_logo =							\
-(								\
-	convert $(OPTS_$(@F)) $(CONVERTOPTS) $< png:$@; \
-)
+quiet_cmd_bmp = BMP     $@
+      cmd_bmp = convert $(OPTS_$(@F:.bmp=)) $(CONVERTOPTS) $< bmp:$@
 
-%.bblogo: $(srctree)/Documentation/barebox.svg FORCE
-	$(call if_changed,logo)
+%.bmp: $(srctree)/Documentation/barebox.svg FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,bmp)
+
+quiet_cmd_png = PNG     $@
+      cmd_png =	convert $(OPTS_$(@F:.png=)) $(CONVERTOPTS) $< png:$@
+
+%.png: $(srctree)/Documentation/barebox.svg FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,png)
 
-clean-files += *.bblogo *.bblogo.S
+clean-files += *.png *.bmp *.bblogo *.bblogo.S
diff --git a/lib/logo/logo.c b/lib/logo/logo.c
index 8349b060ac..200eb992b3 100644
--- a/lib/logo/logo.c
+++ b/lib/logo/logo.c
@@ -32,8 +32,14 @@ static void load_logo(int width, void *start, void *end)
 {
 	char *filename;
 	size_t size = end - start;
+	char *ext = "";
 
-	filename = basprintf("/logo/barebox-logo-%d.png", width);
+	if (IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_PNG))
+		ext = "png";
+	else if (IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_BMP))
+		ext = "bmp";
+
+	filename = basprintf("/logo/barebox-logo-%d.%s", width, ext);
 	write_file(filename, start, size);
 	free(filename);
 }
-- 
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* [PATCH 5/5] logo: Add choice for the QOI image format option
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
                   ` (3 preceding siblings ...)
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 4/5] logo: Enable image format selection for the logo Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-10 22:12 ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-14 10:28 ` [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Ahmad Fatoum
  5 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-10 22:12 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: barebox; +Cc: Jules Maselbas

Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
---
 lib/logo/Kconfig  |  7 +++++++
 lib/logo/Makefile | 14 +++++++++++++-
 lib/logo/logo.c   |  2 ++
 3 files changed, 22 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/lib/logo/Kconfig b/lib/logo/Kconfig
index 8edfaaeb51..a79806f54c 100644
--- a/lib/logo/Kconfig
+++ b/lib/logo/Kconfig
@@ -23,6 +23,13 @@ config BAREBOX_LOGO_BMP
 	help
 	  Encode logo with the BMP image format
 
+config BAREBOX_LOGO_QOI
+	bool "qoi"
+	select QOI
+	select QOICONV
+	help
+	  Encode logo with the QOI image format
+
 endchoice
 
 config BAREBOX_LOGO_64
diff --git a/lib/logo/Makefile b/lib/logo/Makefile
index 04c4906838..e04deb5536 100644
--- a/lib/logo/Makefile
+++ b/lib/logo/Makefile
@@ -51,6 +51,12 @@ extra-y += $(patsubst %,%.bmp,$(bblogo-y))
 %.bblogo: %.bmp FORCE
 	$(call if_changed,logo)
 endif
+ifdef CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_QOI
+extra-y += $(patsubst %,%.png,$(bblogo-y))
+extra-y += $(patsubst %,%.qoi,$(bblogo-y))
+%.bblogo: %.qoi FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,logo)
+endif
 
 CONVERTOPTS += -background none
 
@@ -66,4 +72,10 @@ quiet_cmd_png = PNG     $@
 %.png: $(srctree)/Documentation/barebox.svg FORCE
 	$(call if_changed,png)
 
-clean-files += *.png *.bmp *.bblogo *.bblogo.S
+quiet_cmd_qoi = QOI     $@
+      cmd_qoi =	$(objtree)/scripts/qoiconv $< $@
+
+%.qoi: %.png FORCE
+	$(call if_changed,qoi)
+
+clean-files += *.png *.qoi *.bmp *.bblogo *.bblogo.S
diff --git a/lib/logo/logo.c b/lib/logo/logo.c
index 200eb992b3..a64f489939 100644
--- a/lib/logo/logo.c
+++ b/lib/logo/logo.c
@@ -38,6 +38,8 @@ static void load_logo(int width, void *start, void *end)
 		ext = "png";
 	else if (IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_BMP))
 		ext = "bmp";
+	else if (IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_BAREBOX_LOGO_QOI))
+		ext = "qoi";
 
 	filename = basprintf("/logo/barebox-logo-%d.%s", width, ext);
 	write_file(filename, start, size);
-- 
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* Re: [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 1/5] filetype: Add QOI format image type Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-14  9:00   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Ahmad Fatoum @ 2022-01-14  9:00 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jules Maselbas, barebox

On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> QOI image format is a "Quite OK" image format, it's simplicity is it's
> strength and could be a good replacement of bmp, maybe even for png.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>

Reviewed-by: Ahmad Fatoum <a.fatoum@pengutronix.de>

> ---
>  common/filetype.c  | 3 +++
>  include/filetype.h | 1 +
>  2 files changed, 4 insertions(+)
> 
> diff --git a/common/filetype.c b/common/filetype.c
> index 8ffcd6adcd..e5245668e2 100644
> --- a/common/filetype.c
> +++ b/common/filetype.c
> @@ -45,6 +45,7 @@ static const struct filetype_str filetype_str[] = {
>  	[filetype_mbr] = { "MBR sector", "mbr" },
>  	[filetype_bmp] = { "BMP image", "bmp" },
>  	[filetype_png] = { "PNG image", "png" },
> +	[filetype_qoi] = { "QOI image", "qoi" },
>  	[filetype_ext] = { "EXT filesystem", "ext" },
>  	[filetype_gpt] = { "GUID Partition Table", "gpt" },
>  	[filetype_ubifs] = { "UBIFS image", "ubifs" },
> @@ -300,6 +301,8 @@ enum filetype file_detect_type(const void *_buf, size_t bufsize)
>  		return filetype_aimage;
>  	if (buf64[0] == le64_to_cpu(0x0a1a0a0d474e5089ull))
>  		return filetype_png;
> +	if (strncmp(buf8, "qoif", 4) == 0)
> +		return filetype_qoi;
>  	if (is_barebox_mips_head(_buf))
>  		return filetype_mips_barebox;
>  	if (buf[0] == be32_to_cpu(0x534F4659))
> diff --git a/include/filetype.h b/include/filetype.h
> index 2640847e1f..8bc179ac08 100644
> --- a/include/filetype.h
> +++ b/include/filetype.h
> @@ -28,6 +28,7 @@ enum filetype {
>  	filetype_mbr,
>  	filetype_bmp,
>  	filetype_png,
> +	filetype_qoi,
>  	filetype_ext,
>  	filetype_gpt,
>  	filetype_ubifs,
> 


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* Re: [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-14 10:05   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  2022-01-14 10:54     ` Jules Maselbas
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Ahmad Fatoum @ 2022-01-14 10:05 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jules Maselbas, barebox

On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:

Could you add a link there the project is from, what version
you're importing. Perhaps how to update them in the future?
(Do we touch the header, or is it just some macros we define
outside).

> Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
> ---
>  lib/gui/Kconfig  |   5 +
>  lib/gui/Makefile |   1 +
>  lib/gui/qoi.c    |  94 +++++++
>  lib/gui/qoi.h    | 671 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>  4 files changed, 771 insertions(+)
>  create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.c
>  create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.h
> 
> diff --git a/lib/gui/Kconfig b/lib/gui/Kconfig
> index 2625d9fb2f..f0263c71cc 100644
> --- a/lib/gui/Kconfig
> +++ b/lib/gui/Kconfig
> @@ -16,6 +16,11 @@ config PNG
>  	bool "png"
>  	select ZLIB
>  
> +config QOI
> +	bool "qoi"
> +	help
> +	  Support for the Quite OK Image format
> +
>  if PNG
>  
>  choice
> diff --git a/lib/gui/Makefile b/lib/gui/Makefile
> index 31e66225d7..5ed190e9f8 100644
> --- a/lib/gui/Makefile
> +++ b/lib/gui/Makefile
> @@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
>  obj-$(CONFIG_BMP)	+= bmp.o
>  obj-$(CONFIG_IMAGE_RENDERER)	+= image_renderer.o graphic_utils.o
> +obj-$(CONFIG_QOI)	+= qoi.o
>  obj-$(CONFIG_PNG)	+= png.o
>  obj-$(CONFIG_LODEPNG)	+= png_lode.o lodepng.o
>  obj-$(CONFIG_PICOPNG)	+= png_pico.o picopng.o
> diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.c b/lib/gui/qoi.c
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000000..f6c1bc1b94
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/lib/gui/qoi.c

License statement missing.

> @@ -0,0 +1,94 @@
> +#include <common.h>
> +#include <errno.h>
> +#include <malloc.h>
> +#include <fb.h>
> +#include <asm/byteorder.h>
> +#include <gui/graphic_utils.h>
> +#include <init.h>
> +#include <gui/image_renderer.h>
> +#include <asm/unaligned.h>
> +
> +#define QOI_NO_STDIO
> +#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
> +#include "qoi.h"
> +
> +static struct image *qoi_open(char *inbuf, int insize)
> +{
> +	struct image *img;
> +	void *data;
> +	qoi_desc qoi;
> +
> +	img = calloc(1, sizeof(*img));
> +	if (!img)
> +		return ERR_PTR(-ENOMEM);
> +
> +	data = qoi_decode(inbuf, insize, &qoi, 0);
> +	if (!data) {
> +		free(img);
> +		return ERR_PTR(-ENOMEM);
> +	}
> +
> +	img->data = data;
> +	img->height = qoi.height;
> +	img->width = qoi.width;
> +	img->bits_per_pixel = qoi.channels * 8;
> +
> +	pr_debug("qoi: %d x %d  x %d data@0x%p\n", img->width, img->height,
> +		 img->bits_per_pixel, img->data);

Nitpick: You can define a common prefix
with pr_fmt at the top of the file, e.g

#define pr_fmt(fmt) "qoi: " fmt

> +	return img;
> +}
> +
> +static void qoi_close(struct image *img)
> +{
> +	free(img->data);

Curious API that open() is allocating, but close's caller is
the one resposible for freeing. Should probably be fixed up.

> +}
> +
> +static int qoi_renderer(struct screen *sc, struct surface *s, struct image *img)
> +{
> +	int alpha = img->bits_per_pixel == (4 * 8);
> +	int width = s->width;
> +	int height = s->height;
> +	int startx = s->x;
> +	int starty = s->y;
> +	void *buf;
> +
> +	if (s->width < 0)
> +		width = img->width;
> +	if (s->height < 0)
> +		height = img->height;
> +
> +	if (startx < 0) {
> +		startx = (sc->s.width - width) / 2;
> +		if (startx < 0)
> +			startx = 0;
> +	}
> +
> +	if (starty < 0) {
> +		starty = (sc->s.height - height) / 2;
> +		if (starty < 0)
> +			starty = 0;
> +	}
> +
> +	width = min(width, sc->s.width - startx);
> +	height = min(height, sc->s.height - starty);
> +
> +	buf = gui_screen_render_buffer(sc);
> +
> +	gu_rgba_blend(sc->info, img, buf, height, width, startx, starty, alpha);
> +
> +	return img->height;
> +}
> +
> +static struct image_renderer qoi = {
> +	.type = filetype_qoi,
> +	.open = qoi_open,
> +	.close = qoi_close,
> +	.renderer = qoi_renderer,
> +	.keep_file_data = 1,

Do you really need this? For bmp, it makes sense, because the pixel data isn't
compressed, so there are direct pointers into it. But if you uncompress into a
newly allocated buffer, you should not need to keep (and leak) inbuf's content

> +};
> +
> +static int qoi_init(void)
> +{
> +	return image_renderer_register(&qoi);
> +}
> +fs_initcall(qoi_init);
> diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.h b/lib/gui/qoi.h
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000000..988f9edcb4
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/lib/gui/qoi.h
> @@ -0,0 +1,671 @@
> +/*
> +
> +QOI - The "Quite OK Image" format for fast, lossless image compression
> +
> +Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
> +
> +
> +-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)

Can you turn this into a SPDX-License-Identifier: please?

> +
> +Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
> +
> +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
> +this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
> +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
> +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
> +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
> +so, subject to the following conditions :
> +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
> +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
> +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
> +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
> +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
> +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
> +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
> +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
> +SOFTWARE.
> +
> +
> +-- About
> +
> +QOI encodes and decodes images in a lossless format. Compared to stb_image and
> +stb_image_write QOI offers 20x-50x faster encoding, 3x-4x faster decoding and
> +20% better compression.
> +
> +
> +-- Synopsis
> +
> +// Define `QOI_IMPLEMENTATION` in *one* C/C++ file before including this
> +// library to create the implementation.
> +
> +#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
> +#include "qoi.h"
> +
> +// Encode and store an RGBA buffer to the file system. The qoi_desc describes
> +// the input pixel data.
> +qoi_write("image_new.qoi", rgba_pixels, &(qoi_desc){
> +	.width = 1920,
> +	.height = 1080,
> +	.channels = 4,
> +	.colorspace = QOI_SRGB
> +});
> +
> +// Load and decode a QOI image from the file system into a 32bbp RGBA buffer.
> +// The qoi_desc struct will be filled with the width, height, number of channels
> +// and colorspace read from the file header.
> +qoi_desc desc;
> +void *rgba_pixels = qoi_read("image.qoi", &desc, 4);
> +
> +
> +
> +-- Documentation
> +
> +This library provides the following functions;
> +- qoi_read    -- read and decode a QOI file
> +- qoi_decode  -- decode the raw bytes of a QOI image from memory
> +- qoi_write   -- encode and write a QOI file
> +- qoi_encode  -- encode an rgba buffer into a QOI image in memory
> +
> +See the function declaration below for the signature and more information.
> +
> +If you don't want/need the qoi_read and qoi_write functions, you can define
> +QOI_NO_STDIO before including this library.
> +
> +This library uses malloc() and free(). To supply your own malloc implementation
> +you can define QOI_MALLOC and QOI_FREE before including this library.
> +
> +This library uses memset() to zero-initialize the index. To supply your own
> +implementation you can define QOI_ZEROARR before including this library.
> +
> +
> +-- Data Format
> +
> +A QOI file has a 14 byte header, followed by any number of data "chunks" and an
> +8-byte end marker.
> +
> +struct qoi_header_t {
> +	char     magic[4];   // magic bytes "qoif"
> +	uint32_t width;      // image width in pixels (BE)
> +	uint32_t height;     // image height in pixels (BE)
> +	uint8_t  channels;   // 3 = RGB, 4 = RGBA
> +	uint8_t  colorspace; // 0 = sRGB with linear alpha, 1 = all channels linear
> +};
> +
> +Images are encoded row by row, left to right, top to bottom. The decoder and
> +encoder start with {r: 0, g: 0, b: 0, a: 255} as the previous pixel value. An
> +image is complete when all pixels specified by width * height have been covered.
> +
> +Pixels are encoded as
> + - a run of the previous pixel
> + - an index into an array of previously seen pixels
> + - a difference to the previous pixel value in r,g,b
> + - full r,g,b or r,g,b,a values
> +
> +The color channels are assumed to not be premultiplied with the alpha channel
> +("un-premultiplied alpha").
> +
> +A running array[64] (zero-initialized) of previously seen pixel values is
> +maintained by the encoder and decoder. Each pixel that is seen by the encoder
> +and decoder is put into this array at the position formed by a hash function of
> +the color value. In the encoder, if the pixel value at the index matches the
> +current pixel, this index position is written to the stream as QOI_OP_INDEX.
> +The hash function for the index is:
> +
> +	index_position = (r * 3 + g * 5 + b * 7 + a * 11) % 64
> +
> +Each chunk starts with a 2- or 8-bit tag, followed by a number of data bits. The
> +bit length of chunks is divisible by 8 - i.e. all chunks are byte aligned. All
> +values encoded in these data bits have the most significant bit on the left.
> +
> +The 8-bit tags have precedence over the 2-bit tags. A decoder must check for the
> +presence of an 8-bit tag first.
> +
> +The byte stream's end is marked with 7 0x00 bytes followed a single 0x01 byte.
> +
> +
> +The possible chunks are:
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_INDEX ----------.
> +|         Byte[0]         |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
> +|-------+-----------------|
> +|  0  0 |     index       |
> +`-------------------------`
> +2-bit tag b00
> +6-bit index into the color index array: 0..63
> +
> +A valid encoder must not issue 2 or more consecutive QOI_OP_INDEX chunks to the
> +same index. QOI_OP_RUN should be used instead.
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_DIFF -----------.
> +|         Byte[0]         |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
> +|-------+-----+-----+-----|
> +|  0  1 |  dr |  dg |  db |
> +`-------------------------`
> +2-bit tag b01
> +2-bit   red channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
> +2-bit green channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
> +2-bit  blue channel difference from the previous pixel between -2..1
> +
> +The difference to the current channel values are using a wraparound operation,
> +so "1 - 2" will result in 255, while "255 + 1" will result in 0.
> +
> +Values are stored as unsigned integers with a bias of 2. E.g. -2 is stored as
> +0 (b00). 1 is stored as 3 (b11).
> +
> +The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_LUMA -------------------------------------.
> +|         Byte[0]         |         Byte[1]         |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
> +|-------+-----------------+-------------+-----------|
> +|  1  0 |  green diff     |   dr - dg   |  db - dg  |
> +`---------------------------------------------------`
> +2-bit tag b10
> +6-bit green channel difference from the previous pixel -32..31
> +4-bit   red channel difference minus green channel difference -8..7
> +4-bit  blue channel difference minus green channel difference -8..7
> +
> +The green channel is used to indicate the general direction of change and is
> +encoded in 6 bits. The red and blue channels (dr and db) base their diffs off
> +of the green channel difference and are encoded in 4 bits. I.e.:
> +	dr_dg = (cur_px.r - prev_px.r) - (cur_px.g - prev_px.g)
> +	db_dg = (cur_px.b - prev_px.b) - (cur_px.g - prev_px.g)
> +
> +The difference to the current channel values are using a wraparound operation,
> +so "10 - 13" will result in 253, while "250 + 7" will result in 1.
> +
> +Values are stored as unsigned integers with a bias of 32 for the green channel
> +and a bias of 8 for the red and blue channel.
> +
> +The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_RUN ------------.
> +|         Byte[0]         |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 |
> +|-------+-----------------|
> +|  1  1 |       run       |
> +`-------------------------`
> +2-bit tag b11
> +6-bit run-length repeating the previous pixel: 1..62
> +
> +The run-length is stored with a bias of -1. Note that the run-lengths 63 and 64
> +(b111110 and b111111) are illegal as they are occupied by the QOI_OP_RGB and
> +QOI_OP_RGBA tags.
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_RGB ------------------------------------------.
> +|         Byte[0]         | Byte[1] | Byte[2] | Byte[3] |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  |
> +|-------------------------+---------+---------+---------|
> +|  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  0 |   red   |  green  |  blue   |
> +`-------------------------------------------------------`
> +8-bit tag b11111110
> +8-bit   red channel value
> +8-bit green channel value
> +8-bit  blue channel value
> +
> +The alpha value remains unchanged from the previous pixel.
> +
> +
> +.- QOI_OP_RGBA ---------------------------------------------------.
> +|         Byte[0]         | Byte[1] | Byte[2] | Byte[3] | Byte[4] |
> +|  7  6  5  4  3  2  1  0 | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  | 7 .. 0  |
> +|-------------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------|
> +|  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1 |   red   |  green  |  blue   |  alpha  |
> +`-----------------------------------------------------------------`
> +8-bit tag b11111111
> +8-bit   red channel value
> +8-bit green channel value
> +8-bit  blue channel value
> +8-bit alpha channel value
> +
> +*/
> +
> +
> +/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> +Header - Public functions */
> +
> +#ifndef QOI_H
> +#define QOI_H
> +
> +#ifdef __cplusplus
> +extern "C" {
> +#endif
> +
> +/* A pointer to a qoi_desc struct has to be supplied to all of qoi's functions.
> +It describes either the input format (for qoi_write and qoi_encode), or is
> +filled with the description read from the file header (for qoi_read and
> +qoi_decode).
> +
> +The colorspace in this qoi_desc is an enum where
> +	0 = sRGB, i.e. gamma scaled RGB channels and a linear alpha channel
> +	1 = all channels are linear
> +You may use the constants QOI_SRGB or QOI_LINEAR. The colorspace is purely
> +informative. It will be saved to the file header, but does not affect
> +how chunks are en-/decoded. */
> +
> +#define QOI_SRGB   0
> +#define QOI_LINEAR 1
> +
> +typedef struct {
> +	unsigned int width;
> +	unsigned int height;
> +	unsigned char channels;
> +	unsigned char colorspace;
> +} qoi_desc;
> +
> +#ifndef QOI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +/* Encode raw RGB or RGBA pixels into a QOI image and write it to the file
> +system. The qoi_desc struct must be filled with the image width, height,
> +number of channels (3 = RGB, 4 = RGBA) and the colorspace.
> +
> +The function returns 0 on failure (invalid parameters, or fopen or malloc
> +failed) or the number of bytes written on success. */
> +
> +int qoi_write(const char *filename, const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc);
> +
> +
> +/* Read and decode a QOI image from the file system. If channels is 0, the
> +number of channels from the file header is used. If channels is 3 or 4 the
> +output format will be forced into this number of channels.
> +
> +The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid data, or malloc or fopen
> +failed) or a pointer to the decoded pixels. On success, the qoi_desc struct
> +will be filled with the description from the file header.
> +
> +The returned pixel data should be free()d after use. */
> +
> +void *qoi_read(const char *filename, qoi_desc *desc, int channels);
> +
> +#endif /* QOI_NO_STDIO */
> +
> +
> +/* Encode raw RGB or RGBA pixels into a QOI image in memory.
> +
> +The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid parameters or malloc
> +failed) or a pointer to the encoded data on success. On success the out_len
> +is set to the size in bytes of the encoded data.
> +
> +The returned qoi data should be free()d after use. */
> +
> +void *qoi_encode(const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc, int *out_len);
> +
> +
> +/* Decode a QOI image from memory.
> +
> +The function either returns NULL on failure (invalid parameters or malloc
> +failed) or a pointer to the decoded pixels. On success, the qoi_desc struct
> +is filled with the description from the file header.
> +
> +The returned pixel data should be free()d after use. */
> +
> +void *qoi_decode(const void *data, int size, qoi_desc *desc, int channels);
> +
> +
> +#ifdef __cplusplus
> +}
> +#endif
> +#endif /* QOI_H */
> +
> +
> +/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> +Implementation */
> +
> +#ifdef QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
> +#include <stdlib.h>
> +#include <string.h>
> +
> +#ifndef QOI_MALLOC
> +	#define QOI_MALLOC(sz) malloc(sz)
> +	#define QOI_FREE(p)    free(p)
> +#endif
> +#ifndef QOI_ZEROARR
> +	#define QOI_ZEROARR(a) memset((a),0,sizeof(a))
> +#endif
> +
> +#define QOI_OP_INDEX  0x00 /* 00xxxxxx */
> +#define QOI_OP_DIFF   0x40 /* 01xxxxxx */
> +#define QOI_OP_LUMA   0x80 /* 10xxxxxx */
> +#define QOI_OP_RUN    0xc0 /* 11xxxxxx */
> +#define QOI_OP_RGB    0xfe /* 11111110 */
> +#define QOI_OP_RGBA   0xff /* 11111111 */
> +
> +#define QOI_MASK_2    0xc0 /* 11000000 */
> +
> +#define QOI_COLOR_HASH(C) (C.rgba.r*3 + C.rgba.g*5 + C.rgba.b*7 + C.rgba.a*11)
> +#define QOI_MAGIC \
> +	(((unsigned int)'q') << 24 | ((unsigned int)'o') << 16 | \
> +	 ((unsigned int)'i') <<  8 | ((unsigned int)'f'))
> +#define QOI_HEADER_SIZE 14
> +
> +/* 2GB is the max file size that this implementation can safely handle. We guard
> +against anything larger than that, assuming the worst case with 5 bytes per
> +pixel, rounded down to a nice clean value. 400 million pixels ought to be
> +enough for anybody. */
> +#define QOI_PIXELS_MAX ((unsigned int)400000000)
> +
> +typedef union {
> +	struct { unsigned char r, g, b, a; } rgba;
> +	unsigned int v;
> +} qoi_rgba_t;
> +
> +static const unsigned char qoi_padding[8] = {0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1};
> +
> +static void qoi_write_32(unsigned char *bytes, int *p, unsigned int v) {
> +	bytes[(*p)++] = (0xff000000 & v) >> 24;
> +	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x00ff0000 & v) >> 16;
> +	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x0000ff00 & v) >> 8;
> +	bytes[(*p)++] = (0x000000ff & v);
> +}
> +
> +static unsigned int qoi_read_32(const unsigned char *bytes, int *p) {
> +	unsigned int a = bytes[(*p)++];
> +	unsigned int b = bytes[(*p)++];
> +	unsigned int c = bytes[(*p)++];
> +	unsigned int d = bytes[(*p)++];
> +	return a << 24 | b << 16 | c << 8 | d;
> +}
> +
> +void *qoi_encode(const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc, int *out_len) {
> +	int i, max_size, p, run;
> +	int px_len, px_end, px_pos, channels;
> +	unsigned char *bytes;
> +	const unsigned char *pixels;
> +	qoi_rgba_t index[64];
> +	qoi_rgba_t px, px_prev;
> +
> +	if (
> +		data == NULL || out_len == NULL || desc == NULL ||
> +		desc->width == 0 || desc->height == 0 ||
> +		desc->channels < 3 || desc->channels > 4 ||
> +		desc->colorspace > 1 ||
> +		desc->height >= QOI_PIXELS_MAX / desc->width
> +	) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	max_size =
> +		desc->width * desc->height * (desc->channels + 1) +
> +		QOI_HEADER_SIZE + sizeof(qoi_padding);
> +
> +	p = 0;
> +	bytes = (unsigned char *) QOI_MALLOC(max_size);
> +	if (!bytes) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, QOI_MAGIC);
> +	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, desc->width);
> +	qoi_write_32(bytes, &p, desc->height);
> +	bytes[p++] = desc->channels;
> +	bytes[p++] = desc->colorspace;
> +
> +
> +	pixels = (const unsigned char *)data;
> +
> +	QOI_ZEROARR(index);
> +
> +	run = 0;
> +	px_prev.rgba.r = 0;
> +	px_prev.rgba.g = 0;
> +	px_prev.rgba.b = 0;
> +	px_prev.rgba.a = 255;
> +	px = px_prev;
> +
> +	px_len = desc->width * desc->height * desc->channels;
> +	px_end = px_len - desc->channels;
> +	channels = desc->channels;
> +
> +	for (px_pos = 0; px_pos < px_len; px_pos += channels) {
> +		if (channels == 4) {
> +			px = *(qoi_rgba_t *)(pixels + px_pos);
> +		}
> +		else {
> +			px.rgba.r = pixels[px_pos + 0];
> +			px.rgba.g = pixels[px_pos + 1];
> +			px.rgba.b = pixels[px_pos + 2];
> +		}
> +
> +		if (px.v == px_prev.v) {
> +			run++;
> +			if (run == 62 || px_pos == px_end) {
> +				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RUN | (run - 1);
> +				run = 0;
> +			}
> +		}
> +		else {
> +			int index_pos;
> +
> +			if (run > 0) {
> +				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RUN | (run - 1);
> +				run = 0;
> +			}
> +
> +			index_pos = QOI_COLOR_HASH(px) % 64;
> +
> +			if (index[index_pos].v == px.v) {
> +				bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_INDEX | index_pos;
> +			}
> +			else {
> +				index[index_pos] = px;
> +
> +				if (px.rgba.a == px_prev.rgba.a) {
> +					signed char vr = px.rgba.r - px_prev.rgba.r;
> +					signed char vg = px.rgba.g - px_prev.rgba.g;
> +					signed char vb = px.rgba.b - px_prev.rgba.b;
> +
> +					signed char vg_r = vr - vg;
> +					signed char vg_b = vb - vg;
> +
> +					if (
> +						vr > -3 && vr < 2 &&
> +						vg > -3 && vg < 2 &&
> +						vb > -3 && vb < 2
> +					) {
> +						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_DIFF | (vr + 2) << 4 | (vg + 2) << 2 | (vb + 2);
> +					}
> +					else if (
> +						vg_r >  -9 && vg_r <  8 &&
> +						vg   > -33 && vg   < 32 &&
> +						vg_b >  -9 && vg_b <  8
> +					) {
> +						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_LUMA     | (vg   + 32);
> +						bytes[p++] = (vg_r + 8) << 4 | (vg_b +  8);
> +					}
> +					else {
> +						bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RGB;
> +						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.r;
> +						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.g;
> +						bytes[p++] = px.rgba.b;
> +					}
> +				}
> +				else {
> +					bytes[p++] = QOI_OP_RGBA;
> +					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.r;
> +					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.g;
> +					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.b;
> +					bytes[p++] = px.rgba.a;
> +				}
> +			}
> +		}
> +		px_prev = px;
> +	}
> +
> +	for (i = 0; i < (int)sizeof(qoi_padding); i++) {
> +		bytes[p++] = qoi_padding[i];
> +	}
> +
> +	*out_len = p;
> +	return bytes;
> +}
> +
> +void *qoi_decode(const void *data, int size, qoi_desc *desc, int channels) {
> +	const unsigned char *bytes;
> +	unsigned int header_magic;
> +	unsigned char *pixels;
> +	qoi_rgba_t index[64];
> +	qoi_rgba_t px;
> +	int px_len, chunks_len, px_pos;
> +	int p = 0, run = 0;
> +
> +	if (
> +		data == NULL || desc == NULL ||
> +		(channels != 0 && channels != 3 && channels != 4) ||
> +		size < QOI_HEADER_SIZE + (int)sizeof(qoi_padding)
> +	) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	bytes = (const unsigned char *)data;
> +
> +	header_magic = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
> +	desc->width = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
> +	desc->height = qoi_read_32(bytes, &p);
> +	desc->channels = bytes[p++];
> +	desc->colorspace = bytes[p++];
> +
> +	if (
> +		desc->width == 0 || desc->height == 0 ||
> +		desc->channels < 3 || desc->channels > 4 ||
> +		desc->colorspace > 1 ||
> +		header_magic != QOI_MAGIC ||
> +		desc->height >= QOI_PIXELS_MAX / desc->width
> +	) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	if (channels == 0) {
> +		channels = desc->channels;
> +	}
> +
> +	px_len = desc->width * desc->height * channels;
> +	pixels = (unsigned char *) QOI_MALLOC(px_len);
> +	if (!pixels) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	QOI_ZEROARR(index);
> +	px.rgba.r = 0;
> +	px.rgba.g = 0;
> +	px.rgba.b = 0;
> +	px.rgba.a = 255;
> +
> +	chunks_len = size - (int)sizeof(qoi_padding);
> +	for (px_pos = 0; px_pos < px_len; px_pos += channels) {
> +		if (run > 0) {
> +			run--;
> +		}
> +		else if (p < chunks_len) {
> +			int b1 = bytes[p++];
> +
> +			if (b1 == QOI_OP_RGB) {
> +				px.rgba.r = bytes[p++];
> +				px.rgba.g = bytes[p++];
> +				px.rgba.b = bytes[p++];
> +			}
> +			else if (b1 == QOI_OP_RGBA) {
> +				px.rgba.r = bytes[p++];
> +				px.rgba.g = bytes[p++];
> +				px.rgba.b = bytes[p++];
> +				px.rgba.a = bytes[p++];
> +			}
> +			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_INDEX) {
> +				px = index[b1];
> +			}
> +			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_DIFF) {
> +				px.rgba.r += ((b1 >> 4) & 0x03) - 2;
> +				px.rgba.g += ((b1 >> 2) & 0x03) - 2;
> +				px.rgba.b += ( b1       & 0x03) - 2;
> +			}
> +			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_LUMA) {
> +				int b2 = bytes[p++];
> +				int vg = (b1 & 0x3f) - 32;
> +				px.rgba.r += vg - 8 + ((b2 >> 4) & 0x0f);
> +				px.rgba.g += vg;
> +				px.rgba.b += vg - 8 +  (b2       & 0x0f);
> +			}
> +			else if ((b1 & QOI_MASK_2) == QOI_OP_RUN) {
> +				run = (b1 & 0x3f);
> +			}
> +
> +			index[QOI_COLOR_HASH(px) % 64] = px;
> +		}
> +
> +		if (channels == 4) {
> +			*(qoi_rgba_t*)(pixels + px_pos) = px;
> +		}
> +		else {
> +			pixels[px_pos + 0] = px.rgba.r;
> +			pixels[px_pos + 1] = px.rgba.g;
> +			pixels[px_pos + 2] = px.rgba.b;
> +		}
> +	}
> +
> +	return pixels;
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef QOI_NO_STDIO
> +#include <stdio.h>
> +
> +int qoi_write(const char *filename, const void *data, const qoi_desc *desc) {
> +	FILE *f = fopen(filename, "wb");
> +	int size;
> +	void *encoded;
> +
> +	if (!f) {
> +		return 0;
> +	}
> +
> +	encoded = qoi_encode(data, desc, &size);
> +	if (!encoded) {
> +		fclose(f);
> +		return 0;
> +	}
> +
> +	fwrite(encoded, 1, size, f);
> +	fclose(f);
> +
> +	QOI_FREE(encoded);
> +	return size;
> +}
> +
> +void *qoi_read(const char *filename, qoi_desc *desc, int channels) {
> +	FILE *f = fopen(filename, "rb");
> +	int size, bytes_read;
> +	void *pixels, *data;
> +
> +	if (!f) {
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	fseek(f, 0, SEEK_END);
> +	size = ftell(f);
> +	if (size <= 0) {
> +		fclose(f);
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +	fseek(f, 0, SEEK_SET);
> +
> +	data = QOI_MALLOC(size);
> +	if (!data) {
> +		fclose(f);
> +		return NULL;
> +	}
> +
> +	bytes_read = fread(data, 1, size, f);
> +	fclose(f);
> +
> +	pixels = qoi_decode(data, bytes_read, desc, channels);
> +	QOI_FREE(data);
> +	return pixels;
> +}
> +
> +#endif /* QOI_NO_STDIO */
> +#endif /* QOI_IMPLEMENTATION */
> 


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* Re: [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format
  2022-01-10 22:12 [PATCH 0/5] Add support for QOI image format Jules Maselbas
                   ` (4 preceding siblings ...)
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 5/5] logo: Add choice for the QOI image format option Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-14 10:28 ` Ahmad Fatoum
  5 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Ahmad Fatoum @ 2022-01-14 10:28 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jules Maselbas, barebox

Hi,

On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> Ho ho ho,
> 
> I had some fun past weeks playing with the QOI image format[1] and I've
> added it's support to barebox. I also made the builtin barebox logo image
> format selectable, with bmp, png, and qoi...
> 
> I am not sure if this be of a great interest to barebox anyway here it is.

If it hits a sweet spot between size and speed, it may be interesting.
Optimally, you wouldn't need a boot splash, but for cases where you have one,
you don't want to delay the boot process any longer. I guess it currently
looks like this:

  CPU usage: png > qoi > bmp
  IO  usage: bmp > qoi > png

So there's a case to be made for its inclusion.

> 
> [1] https://qoiformat.org/
> 
> ---
> 
> Jules Maselbas (5):
>   filetype: Add QOI format image type
>   gui: Add qoi image format
>   scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
>   logo: Enable image format selection for the logo
>   logo: Add choice for the QOI image format option
> 
>  common/filetype.c   |    3 +
>  include/filetype.h  |    1 +
>  lib/gui/Kconfig     |    5 +
>  lib/gui/Makefile    |    1 +
>  lib/gui/qoi.c       |   94 +
>  lib/gui/qoi.h       |  671 ++++
>  lib/logo/Kconfig    |   27 +-
>  lib/logo/Makefile   |   55 +-
>  lib/logo/logo.c     |   10 +-
>  scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
>  scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
>  scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
>  scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>  13 files changed, 8705 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)
>  create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.c
>  create mode 100644 lib/gui/qoi.h
>  create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
>  create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h
> 


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* Re: [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
  2022-01-10 22:12 ` [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-14 10:29   ` Ahmad Fatoum
  2022-01-14 11:14     ` Jules Maselbas
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Ahmad Fatoum @ 2022-01-14 10:29 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jules Maselbas, barebox

On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> ImageMagick will eventually support the qoi image format, in the
> mean time add a png to qoi conversion program.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
> ---
>  scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
>  scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
>  scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
>  scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>  4 files changed, 7853 insertions(+)
>  create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
>  create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h
> 
> diff --git a/scripts/Kconfig b/scripts/Kconfig
> index 9b744deba9..747f665e02 100644
> --- a/scripts/Kconfig
> +++ b/scripts/Kconfig
> @@ -110,6 +110,11 @@ config RK_USB_LOADER
>  
>  	  You need libusb-1.0 to compile this tool.
>  
> +config QOICONV
> +	bool "QOI image format conversion" if COMPILE_HOST_TOOLS
> +	help
> +	  This enable converting png to qoi images to generate boot logo.
> +
>  endmenu
>  
>  menu "Target Tools"
> diff --git a/scripts/Makefile b/scripts/Makefile
> index dc5fa75f90..cbaf2d55ff 100644
> --- a/scripts/Makefile
> +++ b/scripts/Makefile
> @@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ hostprogs-always-y					+= fix_size
>  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxenv
>  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxcrc32
>  hostprogs-always-y					+= kernel-install
> +hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_QOICONV)			+= qoiconv
>  hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_RSA_BUILTIN_KEYS)	+= rsatoc
>  HOSTCFLAGS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --cflags openssl`
>  HOSTLDLIBS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --libs openssl`
> diff --git a/scripts/qoiconv.c b/scripts/qoiconv.c
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000000..010c70ead0
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/scripts/qoiconv.c
> @@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
> +/*
> +
> +Command line tool to convert between png <> qoi format
> +
> +Requires "stb_image.h" and "stb_image_write.h"
> +Compile with: 
> +	gcc qoiconv.c -std=c99 -O3 -o qoiconv
> +
> +Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
> +
> +
> +-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
> +
> +Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
> +
> +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
> +this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
> +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
> +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
> +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
> +so, subject to the following conditions :
> +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
> +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
> +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
> +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
> +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
> +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
> +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
> +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
> +SOFTWARE.
> +
> +*/

Can you not reuse the header added in the previous commit?

> +
> +
> +#define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> +#define STBI_ONLY_PNG
> +#define STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +#include "stb_image.h"
> +
> +#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
> +#include "../lib/gui/qoi.h"
> +
> +#define STR_ENDS_WITH(S, E) (strcmp(S + strlen(S) - (sizeof(E)-1), E) == 0)
> +
> +int main(int argc, char **argv) {
> +	if (argc < 3) {
> +		puts("Usage: qoiconv <infile> <outfile>");
> +		puts("Examples:");
> +		puts("  qoiconv input.png output.qoi");
> +		puts("  qoiconv input.qoi output.png");
> +		exit(1);
> +	}
> +
> +	void *pixels = NULL;
> +	int w, h, channels;
> +	if (STR_ENDS_WITH(argv[1], ".png")) {
> +		if(!stbi_info(argv[1], &w, &h, &channels)) {
> +			printf("Couldn't read header %s\n", argv[1]);
> +			exit(1);
> +		}
> +
> +		// Force all odd encodings to be RGBA
> +		if(channels != 3) {
> +			channels = 4;
> +		}
> +
> +		pixels = (void *)stbi_load(argv[1], &w, &h, NULL, channels);
> +	}
> +	if (pixels == NULL) {
> +		printf("Couldn't load/decode %s\n", argv[1]);
> +		exit(1);
> +	}
> +
> +	int encoded = 0;
> +	if (STR_ENDS_WITH(argv[2], ".qoi")) {
> +		encoded = qoi_write(argv[2], pixels, &(qoi_desc){
> +			.width = w,
> +			.height = h, 
> +			.channels = channels,
> +			.colorspace = QOI_SRGB
> +		});
> +	}
> +
> +	if (!encoded) {
> +		printf("Couldn't write/encode %s\n", argv[2]);
> +		exit(1);
> +	}
> +
> +	free(pixels);
> +	return 0;
> +}
> diff --git a/scripts/stb_image.h b/scripts/stb_image.h
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000000..742fac74f7
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/scripts/stb_image.h
> @@ -0,0 +1,7756 @@
> +/* stb_image - v2.26 - public domain image loader - http://nothings.org/stb
> +                                  no warranty implied; use at your own risk
> +
> +   Do this:
> +      #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> +   before you include this file in *one* C or C++ file to create the implementation.
> +
> +   // i.e. it should look like this:
> +   #include ...
> +   #include ...
> +   #include ...
> +   #define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> +   #include "stb_image.h"
> +
> +   You can #define STBI_ASSERT(x) before the #include to avoid using assert.h.
> +   And #define STBI_MALLOC, STBI_REALLOC, and STBI_FREE to avoid using malloc,realloc,free
> +
> +
> +   QUICK NOTES:
> +      Primarily of interest to game developers and other people who can
> +          avoid problematic images and only need the trivial interface
> +
> +      JPEG baseline & progressive (12 bpc/arithmetic not supported, same as stock IJG lib)
> +      PNG 1/2/4/8/16-bit-per-channel
> +
> +      TGA (not sure what subset, if a subset)
> +      BMP non-1bpp, non-RLE
> +      PSD (composited view only, no extra channels, 8/16 bit-per-channel)
> +
> +      GIF (*comp always reports as 4-channel)
> +      HDR (radiance rgbE format)
> +      PIC (Softimage PIC)
> +      PNM (PPM and PGM binary only)
> +
> +      Animated GIF still needs a proper API, but here's one way to do it:
> +          http://gist.github.com/urraka/685d9a6340b26b830d49
> +
> +      - decode from memory or through FILE (define STBI_NO_STDIO to remove code)
> +      - decode from arbitrary I/O callbacks
> +      - SIMD acceleration on x86/x64 (SSE2) and ARM (NEON)
> +
> +   Full documentation under "DOCUMENTATION" below.
> +
> +
> +LICENSE
> +
> +  See end of file for license information.
> +
> +RECENT REVISION HISTORY:
> +
> +      2.26  (2020-07-13) many minor fixes
> +      2.25  (2020-02-02) fix warnings
> +      2.24  (2020-02-02) fix warnings; thread-local failure_reason and flip_vertically
> +      2.23  (2019-08-11) fix clang static analysis warning
> +      2.22  (2019-03-04) gif fixes, fix warnings
> +      2.21  (2019-02-25) fix typo in comment
> +      2.20  (2019-02-07) support utf8 filenames in Windows; fix warnings and platform ifdefs
> +      2.19  (2018-02-11) fix warning
> +      2.18  (2018-01-30) fix warnings
> +      2.17  (2018-01-29) bugfix, 1-bit BMP, 16-bitness query, fix warnings
> +      2.16  (2017-07-23) all functions have 16-bit variants; optimizations; bugfixes
> +      2.15  (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4; all Imagenet JPGs; no runtime SSE detection on GCC
> +      2.14  (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs
> +      2.13  (2016-12-04) experimental 16-bit API, only for PNG so far; fixes
> +      2.12  (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes
> +      2.11  (2016-04-02) 16-bit PNGS; enable SSE2 in non-gcc x64
> +                         RGB-format JPEG; remove white matting in PSD;
> +                         allocate large structures on the stack;
> +                         correct channel count for PNG & BMP
> +      2.10  (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09
> +      2.09  (2016-01-16) 16-bit TGA; comments in PNM files; STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
> +
> +   See end of file for full revision history.
> +
> +
> + ============================    Contributors    =========================
> +
> + Image formats                          Extensions, features
> +    Sean Barrett (jpeg, png, bmp)          Jetro Lauha (stbi_info)
> +    Nicolas Schulz (hdr, psd)              Martin "SpartanJ" Golini (stbi_info)
> +    Jonathan Dummer (tga)                  James "moose2000" Brown (iPhone PNG)
> +    Jean-Marc Lienher (gif)                Ben "Disch" Wenger (io callbacks)
> +    Tom Seddon (pic)                       Omar Cornut (1/2/4-bit PNG)
> +    Thatcher Ulrich (psd)                  Nicolas Guillemot (vertical flip)
> +    Ken Miller (pgm, ppm)                  Richard Mitton (16-bit PSD)
> +    github:urraka (animated gif)           Junggon Kim (PNM comments)
> +    Christopher Forseth (animated gif)     Daniel Gibson (16-bit TGA)
> +                                           socks-the-fox (16-bit PNG)
> +                                           Jeremy Sawicki (handle all ImageNet JPGs)
> + Optimizations & bugfixes                  Mikhail Morozov (1-bit BMP)
> +    Fabian "ryg" Giesen                    Anael Seghezzi (is-16-bit query)
> +    Arseny Kapoulkine
> +    John-Mark Allen
> +    Carmelo J Fdez-Aguera
> +
> + Bug & warning fixes
> +    Marc LeBlanc            David Woo          Guillaume George     Martins Mozeiko
> +    Christpher Lloyd        Jerry Jansson      Joseph Thomson       Blazej Dariusz Roszkowski
> +    Phil Jordan                                Dave Moore           Roy Eltham
> +    Hayaki Saito            Nathan Reed        Won Chun
> +    Luke Graham             Johan Duparc       Nick Verigakis       the Horde3D community
> +    Thomas Ruf              Ronny Chevalier                         github:rlyeh
> +    Janez Zemva             John Bartholomew   Michal Cichon        github:romigrou
> +    Jonathan Blow           Ken Hamada         Tero Hanninen        github:svdijk
> +                            Laurent Gomila     Cort Stratton        github:snagar
> +    Aruelien Pocheville     Sergio Gonzalez    Thibault Reuille     github:Zelex
> +    Cass Everitt            Ryamond Barbiero                        github:grim210
> +    Paul Du Bois            Engin Manap        Aldo Culquicondor    github:sammyhw
> +    Philipp Wiesemann       Dale Weiler        Oriol Ferrer Mesia   github:phprus
> +    Josh Tobin                                 Matthew Gregan       github:poppolopoppo
> +    Julian Raschke          Gregory Mullen     Christian Floisand   github:darealshinji
> +    Baldur Karlsson         Kevin Schmidt      JR Smith             github:Michaelangel007
> +                            Brad Weinberger    Matvey Cherevko      [reserved]
> +    Luca Sas                Alexander Veselov  Zack Middleton       [reserved]
> +    Ryan C. Gordon          [reserved]                              [reserved]
> +                     DO NOT ADD YOUR NAME HERE
> +
> +  To add your name to the credits, pick a random blank space in the middle and fill it.
> +  80% of merge conflicts on stb PRs are due to people adding their name at the end
> +  of the credits.
> +*/
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
> +#define STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
> +
> +// DOCUMENTATION
> +//
> +// Limitations:
> +//    - no 12-bit-per-channel JPEG
> +//    - no JPEGs with arithmetic coding
> +//    - GIF always returns *comp=4
> +//
> +// Basic usage (see HDR discussion below for HDR usage):
> +//    int x,y,n;
> +//    unsigned char *data = stbi_load(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0);
> +//    // ... process data if not NULL ...
> +//    // ... x = width, y = height, n = # 8-bit components per pixel ...
> +//    // ... replace '0' with '1'..'4' to force that many components per pixel
> +//    // ... but 'n' will always be the number that it would have been if you said 0
> +//    stbi_image_free(data)
> +//
> +// Standard parameters:
> +//    int *x                 -- outputs image width in pixels
> +//    int *y                 -- outputs image height in pixels
> +//    int *channels_in_file  -- outputs # of image components in image file
> +//    int desired_channels   -- if non-zero, # of image components requested in result
> +//
> +// The return value from an image loader is an 'unsigned char *' which points
> +// to the pixel data, or NULL on an allocation failure or if the image is
> +// corrupt or invalid. The pixel data consists of *y scanlines of *x pixels,
> +// with each pixel consisting of N interleaved 8-bit components; the first
> +// pixel pointed to is top-left-most in the image. There is no padding between
> +// image scanlines or between pixels, regardless of format. The number of
> +// components N is 'desired_channels' if desired_channels is non-zero, or
> +// *channels_in_file otherwise. If desired_channels is non-zero,
> +// *channels_in_file has the number of components that _would_ have been
> +// output otherwise. E.g. if you set desired_channels to 4, you will always
> +// get RGBA output, but you can check *channels_in_file to see if it's trivially
> +// opaque because e.g. there were only 3 channels in the source image.
> +//
> +// An output image with N components has the following components interleaved
> +// in this order in each pixel:
> +//
> +//     N=#comp     components
> +//       1           grey
> +//       2           grey, alpha
> +//       3           red, green, blue
> +//       4           red, green, blue, alpha
> +//
> +// If image loading fails for any reason, the return value will be NULL,
> +// and *x, *y, *channels_in_file will be unchanged. The function
> +// stbi_failure_reason() can be queried for an extremely brief, end-user
> +// unfriendly explanation of why the load failed. Define STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
> +// to avoid compiling these strings at all, and STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG to get slightly
> +// more user-friendly ones.
> +//
> +// Paletted PNG, BMP, GIF, and PIC images are automatically depalettized.
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// UNICODE:
> +//
> +//   If compiling for Windows and you wish to use Unicode filenames, compile
> +//   with
> +//       #define STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8
> +//   and pass utf8-encoded filenames. Call stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8 to convert
> +//   Windows wchar_t filenames to utf8.
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// Philosophy
> +//
> +// stb libraries are designed with the following priorities:
> +//
> +//    1. easy to use
> +//    2. easy to maintain
> +//    3. good performance
> +//
> +// Sometimes I let "good performance" creep up in priority over "easy to maintain",
> +// and for best performance I may provide less-easy-to-use APIs that give higher
> +// performance, in addition to the easy-to-use ones. Nevertheless, it's important
> +// to keep in mind that from the standpoint of you, a client of this library,
> +// all you care about is #1 and #3, and stb libraries DO NOT emphasize #3 above all.
> +//
> +// Some secondary priorities arise directly from the first two, some of which
> +// provide more explicit reasons why performance can't be emphasized.
> +//
> +//    - Portable ("ease of use")
> +//    - Small source code footprint ("easy to maintain")
> +//    - No dependencies ("ease of use")
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// I/O callbacks
> +//
> +// I/O callbacks allow you to read from arbitrary sources, like packaged
> +// files or some other source. Data read from callbacks are processed
> +// through a small internal buffer (currently 128 bytes) to try to reduce
> +// overhead.
> +//
> +// The three functions you must define are "read" (reads some bytes of data),
> +// "skip" (skips some bytes of data), "eof" (reports if the stream is at the end).
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// SIMD support
> +//
> +// The JPEG decoder will try to automatically use SIMD kernels on x86 when
> +// supported by the compiler. For ARM Neon support, you must explicitly
> +// request it.
> +//
> +// (The old do-it-yourself SIMD API is no longer supported in the current
> +// code.)
> +//
> +// On x86, SSE2 will automatically be used when available based on a run-time
> +// test; if not, the generic C versions are used as a fall-back. On ARM targets,
> +// the typical path is to have separate builds for NEON and non-NEON devices
> +// (at least this is true for iOS and Android). Therefore, the NEON support is
> +// toggled by a build flag: define STBI_NEON to get NEON loops.
> +//
> +// If for some reason you do not want to use any of SIMD code, or if
> +// you have issues compiling it, you can disable it entirely by
> +// defining STBI_NO_SIMD.
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// HDR image support   (disable by defining STBI_NO_HDR)
> +//
> +// stb_image supports loading HDR images in general, and currently the Radiance
> +// .HDR file format specifically. You can still load any file through the existing
> +// interface; if you attempt to load an HDR file, it will be automatically remapped
> +// to LDR, assuming gamma 2.2 and an arbitrary scale factor defaulting to 1;
> +// both of these constants can be reconfigured through this interface:
> +//
> +//     stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(2.2f);
> +//     stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(1.0f);
> +//
> +// (note, do not use _inverse_ constants; stbi_image will invert them
> +// appropriately).
> +//
> +// Additionally, there is a new, parallel interface for loading files as
> +// (linear) floats to preserve the full dynamic range:
> +//
> +//    float *data = stbi_loadf(filename, &x, &y, &n, 0);
> +//
> +// If you load LDR images through this interface, those images will
> +// be promoted to floating point values, run through the inverse of
> +// constants corresponding to the above:
> +//
> +//     stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(1.0f);
> +//     stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(2.2f);
> +//
> +// Finally, given a filename (or an open file or memory block--see header
> +// file for details) containing image data, you can query for the "most
> +// appropriate" interface to use (that is, whether the image is HDR or
> +// not), using:
> +//
> +//     stbi_is_hdr(char *filename);
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// iPhone PNG support:
> +//
> +// By default we convert iphone-formatted PNGs back to RGB, even though
> +// they are internally encoded differently. You can disable this conversion
> +// by calling stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(0), in which case
> +// you will always just get the native iphone "format" through (which
> +// is BGR stored in RGB).
> +//
> +// Call stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(1) as well to force a divide per
> +// pixel to remove any premultiplied alpha *only* if the image file explicitly
> +// says there's premultiplied data (currently only happens in iPhone images,
> +// and only if iPhone convert-to-rgb processing is on).
> +//
> +// ===========================================================================
> +//
> +// ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATION
> +//
> +//  - You can suppress implementation of any of the decoders to reduce
> +//    your code footprint by #defining one or more of the following
> +//    symbols before creating the implementation.
> +//
> +//        STBI_NO_JPEG
> +//        STBI_NO_PNG
> +//        STBI_NO_BMP
> +//        STBI_NO_PSD
> +//        STBI_NO_TGA
> +//        STBI_NO_GIF
> +//        STBI_NO_HDR
> +//        STBI_NO_PIC
> +//        STBI_NO_PNM   (.ppm and .pgm)
> +//
> +//  - You can request *only* certain decoders and suppress all other ones
> +//    (this will be more forward-compatible, as addition of new decoders
> +//    doesn't require you to disable them explicitly):
> +//
> +//        STBI_ONLY_JPEG
> +//        STBI_ONLY_PNG
> +//        STBI_ONLY_BMP
> +//        STBI_ONLY_PSD
> +//        STBI_ONLY_TGA
> +//        STBI_ONLY_GIF
> +//        STBI_ONLY_HDR
> +//        STBI_ONLY_PIC
> +//        STBI_ONLY_PNM   (.ppm and .pgm)
> +//
> +//   - If you use STBI_NO_PNG (or _ONLY_ without PNG), and you still
> +//     want the zlib decoder to be available, #define STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB
> +//
> +//  - If you define STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS, stb_image will reject images greater
> +//    than that size (in either width or height) without further processing.
> +//    This is to let programs in the wild set an upper bound to prevent
> +//    denial-of-service attacks on untrusted data, as one could generate a
> +//    valid image of gigantic dimensions and force stb_image to allocate a
> +//    huge block of memory and spend disproportionate time decoding it. By
> +//    default this is set to (1 << 24), which is 16777216, but that's still
> +//    very big.
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +#include <stdio.h>
> +#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +#define STBI_VERSION 1
> +
> +enum
> +{
> +   STBI_default = 0, // only used for desired_channels
> +
> +   STBI_grey       = 1,
> +   STBI_grey_alpha = 2,
> +   STBI_rgb        = 3,
> +   STBI_rgb_alpha  = 4
> +};
> +
> +#include <stdlib.h>
> +typedef unsigned char stbi_uc;
> +typedef unsigned short stbi_us;
> +
> +#ifdef __cplusplus
> +extern "C" {
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBIDEF
> +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_STATIC
> +#define STBIDEF static
> +#else
> +#define STBIDEF extern
> +#endif
> +#endif
> +
> +//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +// PRIMARY API - works on images of any type
> +//
> +
> +//
> +// load image by filename, open file, or memory buffer
> +//
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   int      (*read)  (void *user,char *data,int size);   // fill 'data' with 'size' bytes.  return number of bytes actually read
> +   void     (*skip)  (void *user,int n);                 // skip the next 'n' bytes, or 'unget' the last -n bytes if negative
> +   int      (*eof)   (void *user);                       // returns nonzero if we are at end of file/data
> +} stbi_io_callbacks;
> +
> +////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +// 8-bits-per-channel interface
> +//
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory   (stbi_uc           const *buffer, int len   , int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk  , void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load            (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file  (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +// for stbi_load_from_file, file pointer is left pointing immediately after image
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_gif_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8
> +STBIDEF int stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8(char *buffer, size_t bufferlen, const wchar_t* input);
> +#endif
> +
> +////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +// 16-bits-per-channel interface
> +//
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_memory   (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16          (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +#endif
> +
> +////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +// float-per-channel interface
> +//
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory     (stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks  (stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y,  int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf            (char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +   STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file  (FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels);
> +   #endif
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma);
> +   STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale);
> +#endif // STBI_NO_HDR
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +   STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma);
> +   STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale);
> +#endif // STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +
> +// stbi_is_hdr is always defined, but always returns false if STBI_NO_HDR
> +STBIDEF int    stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user);
> +STBIDEF int    stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len);
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr          (char const *filename);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f);
> +#endif // STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +
> +// get a VERY brief reason for failure
> +// on most compilers (and ALL modern mainstream compilers) this is threadsafe
> +STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason  (void);
> +
> +// free the loaded image -- this is just free()
> +STBIDEF void     stbi_image_free      (void *retval_from_stbi_load);
> +
> +// get image dimensions & components without fully decoding
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user);
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_info               (char const *filename,     int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_info_from_file     (FILE *f,                  int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit          (char const *filename);
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(FILE *f);
> +#endif
> +
> +
> +
> +// for image formats that explicitly notate that they have premultiplied alpha,
> +// we just return the colors as stored in the file. set this flag to force
> +// unpremultiplication. results are undefined if the unpremultiply overflow.
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply);
> +
> +// indicate whether we should process iphone images back to canonical format,
> +// or just pass them through "as-is"
> +STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert);
> +
> +// flip the image vertically, so the first pixel in the output array is the bottom left
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip);
> +
> +// as above, but only applies to images loaded on the thread that calls the function
> +// this function is only available if your compiler supports thread-local variables;
> +// calling it will fail to link if your compiler doesn't
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load_thread(int flag_true_if_should_flip);
> +
> +// ZLIB client - used by PNG, available for other purposes
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen);
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header);
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen);
> +STBIDEF int   stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen);
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(const char *buffer, int len, int *outlen);
> +STBIDEF int   stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen);
> +
> +
> +#ifdef __cplusplus
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +//
> +//
> +////   end header file   /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> +#endif // STBI_INCLUDE_STB_IMAGE_H
> +
> +#ifdef STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_ONLY_JPEG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNG) || defined(STBI_ONLY_BMP) \
> +  || defined(STBI_ONLY_TGA) || defined(STBI_ONLY_GIF) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PSD) \
> +  || defined(STBI_ONLY_HDR) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PIC) || defined(STBI_ONLY_PNM) \
> +  || defined(STBI_ONLY_ZLIB)
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_JPEG
> +   #define STBI_NO_JPEG
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNG
> +   #define STBI_NO_PNG
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_BMP
> +   #define STBI_NO_BMP
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PSD
> +   #define STBI_NO_PSD
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_TGA
> +   #define STBI_NO_TGA
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_GIF
> +   #define STBI_NO_GIF
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_HDR
> +   #define STBI_NO_HDR
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PIC
> +   #define STBI_NO_PIC
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_ONLY_PNM
> +   #define STBI_NO_PNM
> +   #endif
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && !defined(STBI_SUPPORT_ZLIB) && !defined(STBI_NO_ZLIB)
> +#define STBI_NO_ZLIB
> +#endif
> +
> +
> +#include <stdarg.h>
> +#include <stddef.h> // ptrdiff_t on osx
> +#include <stdlib.h>
> +#include <string.h>
> +#include <limits.h>
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
> +#include <math.h>  // ldexp, pow
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +#include <stdio.h>
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_ASSERT
> +#include <assert.h>
> +#define STBI_ASSERT(x) assert(x)
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef __cplusplus
> +#define STBI_EXTERN extern "C"
> +#else
> +#define STBI_EXTERN extern
> +#endif
> +
> +
> +#ifndef _MSC_VER
> +   #ifdef __cplusplus
> +   #define stbi_inline inline
> +   #else
> +   #define stbi_inline
> +   #endif
> +#else
> +   #define stbi_inline __forceinline
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_THREAD_LOCALS
> +   #if defined(__cplusplus) &&  __cplusplus >= 201103L
> +      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       thread_local
> +   #elif defined(__GNUC__) && __GNUC__ < 5
> +      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __thread
> +   #elif defined(_MSC_VER)
> +      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __declspec(thread)
> +   #elif defined (__STDC_VERSION__) && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 201112L && !defined(__STDC_NO_THREADS__)
> +      #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       _Thread_local
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
> +      #if defined(__GNUC__)
> +        #define STBI_THREAD_LOCAL       __thread
> +      #endif
> +   #endif
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef _MSC_VER
> +typedef unsigned short stbi__uint16;
> +typedef   signed short stbi__int16;
> +typedef unsigned int   stbi__uint32;
> +typedef   signed int   stbi__int32;
> +#else
> +#include <stdint.h>
> +typedef uint16_t stbi__uint16;
> +typedef int16_t  stbi__int16;
> +typedef uint32_t stbi__uint32;
> +typedef int32_t  stbi__int32;
> +#endif
> +
> +// should produce compiler error if size is wrong
> +typedef unsigned char validate_uint32[sizeof(stbi__uint32)==4 ? 1 : -1];
> +
> +#ifdef _MSC_VER
> +#define STBI_NOTUSED(v)  (void)(v)
> +#else
> +#define STBI_NOTUSED(v)  (void)sizeof(v)
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef _MSC_VER
> +#define STBI_HAS_LROTL
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_HAS_LROTL
> +   #define stbi_lrot(x,y)  _lrotl(x,y)
> +#else
> +   #define stbi_lrot(x,y)  (((x) << (y)) | ((x) >> (32 - (y))))
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_MALLOC) && defined(STBI_FREE) && (defined(STBI_REALLOC) || defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED))
> +// ok
> +#elif !defined(STBI_MALLOC) && !defined(STBI_FREE) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC) && !defined(STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)
> +// ok
> +#else
> +#error "Must define all or none of STBI_MALLOC, STBI_FREE, and STBI_REALLOC (or STBI_REALLOC_SIZED)."
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_MALLOC
> +#define STBI_MALLOC(sz)           malloc(sz)
> +#define STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz)     realloc(p,newsz)
> +#define STBI_FREE(p)              free(p)
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
> +#define STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(p,oldsz,newsz) STBI_REALLOC(p,newsz)
> +#endif
> +
> +// x86/x64 detection
> +#if defined(__x86_64__) || defined(_M_X64)
> +#define STBI__X64_TARGET
> +#elif defined(__i386) || defined(_M_IX86)
> +#define STBI__X86_TARGET
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(__SSE2__) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD)
> +// gcc doesn't support sse2 intrinsics unless you compile with -msse2,
> +// which in turn means it gets to use SSE2 everywhere. This is unfortunate,
> +// but previous attempts to provide the SSE2 functions with runtime
> +// detection caused numerous issues. The way architecture extensions are
> +// exposed in GCC/Clang is, sadly, not really suited for one-file libs.
> +// New behavior: if compiled with -msse2, we use SSE2 without any
> +// detection; if not, we don't use it at all.
> +#define STBI_NO_SIMD
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(__MINGW32__) && defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) && !defined(STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2) && !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD)
> +// Note that __MINGW32__ doesn't actually mean 32-bit, so we have to avoid STBI__X64_TARGET
> +//
> +// 32-bit MinGW wants ESP to be 16-byte aligned, but this is not in the
> +// Windows ABI and VC++ as well as Windows DLLs don't maintain that invariant.
> +// As a result, enabling SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW is dangerous when not
> +// simultaneously enabling "-mstackrealign".
> +//
> +// See https://github.com/nothings/stb/issues/81 for more information.
> +//
> +// So default to no SSE2 on 32-bit MinGW. If you've read this far and added
> +// -mstackrealign to your build settings, feel free to #define STBI_MINGW_ENABLE_SSE2.
> +#define STBI_NO_SIMD
> +#endif
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && (defined(STBI__X86_TARGET) || defined(STBI__X64_TARGET))
> +#define STBI_SSE2
> +#include <emmintrin.h>
> +
> +#ifdef _MSC_VER
> +
> +#if _MSC_VER >= 1400  // not VC6
> +#include <intrin.h> // __cpuid
> +static int stbi__cpuid3(void)
> +{
> +   int info[4];
> +   __cpuid(info,1);
> +   return info[3];
> +}
> +#else
> +static int stbi__cpuid3(void)
> +{
> +   int res;
> +   __asm {
> +      mov  eax,1
> +      cpuid
> +      mov  res,edx
> +   }
> +   return res;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) __declspec(align(16)) type name
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_SSE2)
> +static int stbi__sse2_available(void)
> +{
> +   int info3 = stbi__cpuid3();
> +   return ((info3 >> 26) & 1) != 0;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#else // assume GCC-style if not VC++
> +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16)))
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_SSE2)
> +static int stbi__sse2_available(void)
> +{
> +   // If we're even attempting to compile this on GCC/Clang, that means
> +   // -msse2 is on, which means the compiler is allowed to use SSE2
> +   // instructions at will, and so are we.
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#endif
> +#endif
> +
> +// ARM NEON
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_SIMD) && defined(STBI_NEON)
> +#undef STBI_NEON
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_NEON
> +#include <arm_neon.h>
> +// assume GCC or Clang on ARM targets
> +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name __attribute__((aligned(16)))
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_SIMD_ALIGN
> +#define STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(type, name) type name
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS
> +#define STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS (1 << 24)
> +#endif
> +
> +///////////////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +//  stbi__context struct and start_xxx functions
> +
> +// stbi__context structure is our basic context used by all images, so it
> +// contains all the IO context, plus some basic image information
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__uint32 img_x, img_y;
> +   int img_n, img_out_n;
> +
> +   stbi_io_callbacks io;
> +   void *io_user_data;
> +
> +   int read_from_callbacks;
> +   int buflen;
> +   stbi_uc buffer_start[128];
> +   int callback_already_read;
> +
> +   stbi_uc *img_buffer, *img_buffer_end;
> +   stbi_uc *img_buffer_original, *img_buffer_original_end;
> +} stbi__context;
> +
> +
> +static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s);
> +
> +// initialize a memory-decode context
> +static void stbi__start_mem(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
> +{
> +   s->io.read = NULL;
> +   s->read_from_callbacks = 0;
> +   s->callback_already_read = 0;
> +   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
> +   s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len;
> +}
> +
> +// initialize a callback-based context
> +static void stbi__start_callbacks(stbi__context *s, stbi_io_callbacks *c, void *user)
> +{
> +   s->io = *c;
> +   s->io_user_data = user;
> +   s->buflen = sizeof(s->buffer_start);
> +   s->read_from_callbacks = 1;
> +   s->callback_already_read = 0;
> +   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original = s->buffer_start;
> +   stbi__refill_buffer(s);
> +   s->img_buffer_original_end = s->img_buffer_end;
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +static int stbi__stdio_read(void *user, char *data, int size)
> +{
> +   return (int) fread(data,1,size,(FILE*) user);
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__stdio_skip(void *user, int n)
> +{
> +   int ch;
> +   fseek((FILE*) user, n, SEEK_CUR);
> +   ch = fgetc((FILE*) user);  /* have to read a byte to reset feof()'s flag */
> +   if (ch != EOF) {
> +      ungetc(ch, (FILE *) user);  /* push byte back onto stream if valid. */
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__stdio_eof(void *user)
> +{
> +   return feof((FILE*) user) || ferror((FILE *) user);
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_io_callbacks stbi__stdio_callbacks =
> +{
> +   stbi__stdio_read,
> +   stbi__stdio_skip,
> +   stbi__stdio_eof,
> +};
> +
> +static void stbi__start_file(stbi__context *s, FILE *f)
> +{
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(s, &stbi__stdio_callbacks, (void *) f);
> +}
> +
> +//static void stop_file(stbi__context *s) { }
> +
> +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +static void stbi__rewind(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   // conceptually rewind SHOULD rewind to the beginning of the stream,
> +   // but we just rewind to the beginning of the initial buffer, because
> +   // we only use it after doing 'test', which only ever looks at at most 92 bytes
> +   s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_original;
> +   s->img_buffer_end = s->img_buffer_original_end;
> +}
> +
> +enum
> +{
> +   STBI_ORDER_RGB,
> +   STBI_ORDER_BGR
> +};
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   int bits_per_channel;
> +   int num_channels;
> +   int channel_order;
> +} stbi__result_info;
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
> +static int      stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
> +static int      stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +static int      stbi__png_is16(stbi__context *s);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +static int      stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
> +static int      stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +static int      stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc);
> +static int      stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +static int      stbi__psd_is16(stbi__context *s);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +static int      stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static float   *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
> +static int      stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +static int      stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static void    *stbi__load_gif_main(stbi__context *s, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp);
> +static int      stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
> +static int      stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s);
> +static void    *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri);
> +static int      stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +static
> +#ifdef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
> +STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
> +#endif
> +const char *stbi__g_failure_reason;
> +
> +STBIDEF const char *stbi_failure_reason(void)
> +{
> +   return stbi__g_failure_reason;
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
> +static int stbi__err(const char *str)
> +{
> +   stbi__g_failure_reason = str;
> +   return 0;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static void *stbi__malloc(size_t size)
> +{
> +    return STBI_MALLOC(size);
> +}
> +
> +// stb_image uses ints pervasively, including for offset calculations.
> +// therefore the largest decoded image size we can support with the
> +// current code, even on 64-bit targets, is INT_MAX. this is not a
> +// significant limitation for the intended use case.
> +//
> +// we do, however, need to make sure our size calculations don't
> +// overflow. hence a few helper functions for size calculations that
> +// multiply integers together, making sure that they're non-negative
> +// and no overflow occurs.
> +
> +// return 1 if the sum is valid, 0 on overflow.
> +// negative terms are considered invalid.
> +static int stbi__addsizes_valid(int a, int b)
> +{
> +   if (b < 0) return 0;
> +   // now 0 <= b <= INT_MAX, hence also
> +   // 0 <= INT_MAX - b <= INTMAX.
> +   // And "a + b <= INT_MAX" (which might overflow) is the
> +   // same as a <= INT_MAX - b (no overflow)
> +   return a <= INT_MAX - b;
> +}
> +
> +// returns 1 if the product is valid, 0 on overflow.
> +// negative factors are considered invalid.
> +static int stbi__mul2sizes_valid(int a, int b)
> +{
> +   if (a < 0 || b < 0) return 0;
> +   if (b == 0) return 1; // mul-by-0 is always safe
> +   // portable way to check for no overflows in a*b
> +   return a <= INT_MAX/b;
> +}
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) || !defined(STBI_NO_PNG) || !defined(STBI_NO_TGA) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
> +// returns 1 if "a*b + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
> +static int stbi__mad2sizes_valid(int a, int b, int add)
> +{
> +   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b, add);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// returns 1 if "a*b*c + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
> +static int stbi__mad3sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int add)
> +{
> +   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) &&
> +      stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c, add);
> +}
> +
> +// returns 1 if "a*b*c*d + add" has no negative terms/factors and doesn't overflow
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
> +static int stbi__mad4sizes_valid(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add)
> +{
> +   return stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a, b) && stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b, c) &&
> +      stbi__mul2sizes_valid(a*b*c, d) && stbi__addsizes_valid(a*b*c*d, add);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) || !defined(STBI_NO_PNG) || !defined(STBI_NO_TGA) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
> +// mallocs with size overflow checking
> +static void *stbi__malloc_mad2(int a, int b, int add)
> +{
> +   if (!stbi__mad2sizes_valid(a, b, add)) return NULL;
> +   return stbi__malloc(a*b + add);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static void *stbi__malloc_mad3(int a, int b, int c, int add)
> +{
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(a, b, c, add)) return NULL;
> +   return stbi__malloc(a*b*c + add);
> +}
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR) || !defined(STBI_NO_HDR)
> +static void *stbi__malloc_mad4(int a, int b, int c, int d, int add)
> +{
> +   if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(a, b, c, d, add)) return NULL;
> +   return stbi__malloc(a*b*c*d + add);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// stbi__err - error
> +// stbi__errpf - error returning pointer to float
> +// stbi__errpuc - error returning pointer to unsigned char
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
> +   #define stbi__err(x,y)  0
> +#elif defined(STBI_FAILURE_USERMSG)
> +   #define stbi__err(x,y)  stbi__err(y)
> +#else
> +   #define stbi__err(x,y)  stbi__err(x)
> +#endif
> +
> +#define stbi__errpf(x,y)   ((float *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL))
> +#define stbi__errpuc(x,y)  ((unsigned char *)(size_t) (stbi__err(x,y)?NULL:NULL))
> +
> +STBIDEF void stbi_image_free(void *retval_from_stbi_load)
> +{
> +   STBI_FREE(retval_from_stbi_load);
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +static float   *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float   *data, int x, int y, int comp);
> +#endif
> +
> +static int stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global = 0;
> +
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_flip)
> +{
> +   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global = flag_true_if_should_flip;
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
> +#define stbi__vertically_flip_on_load  stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global
> +#else
> +static STBI_THREAD_LOCAL int stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local, stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set;
> +
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load_thread(int flag_true_if_should_flip)
> +{
> +   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local = flag_true_if_should_flip;
> +   stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set = 1;
> +}
> +
> +#define stbi__vertically_flip_on_load  (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_set       \
> +                                         ? stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_local  \
> +                                         : stbi__vertically_flip_on_load_global)
> +#endif // STBI_THREAD_LOCAL
> +
> +static void *stbi__load_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc)
> +{
> +   memset(ri, 0, sizeof(*ri)); // make sure it's initialized if we add new fields
> +   ri->bits_per_channel = 8; // default is 8 so most paths don't have to be changed
> +   ri->channel_order = STBI_ORDER_RGB; // all current input & output are this, but this is here so we can add BGR order
> +   ri->num_channels = 0;
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
> +   if (stbi__jpeg_test(s)) return stbi__jpeg_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
> +   if (stbi__png_test(s))  return stbi__png_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +   if (stbi__bmp_test(s))  return stbi__bmp_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +   if (stbi__gif_test(s))  return stbi__gif_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +   if (stbi__psd_test(s))  return stbi__psd_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri, bpc);
> +   #else
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(bpc);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
> +   if (stbi__pic_test(s))  return stbi__pic_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
> +   if (stbi__pnm_test(s))  return stbi__pnm_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) {
> +      float *hdr = stbi__hdr_load(s, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +      return stbi__hdr_to_ldr(hdr, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp);
> +   }
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
> +   // test tga last because it's a crappy test!
> +   if (stbi__tga_test(s))
> +      return stbi__tga_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +   #endif
> +
> +   return stbi__errpuc("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__convert_16_to_8(stbi__uint16 *orig, int w, int h, int channels)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   int img_len = w * h * channels;
> +   stbi_uc *reduced;
> +
> +   reduced = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(img_len);
> +   if (reduced == NULL) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i)
> +      reduced[i] = (stbi_uc)((orig[i] >> 8) & 0xFF); // top half of each byte is sufficient approx of 16->8 bit scaling
> +
> +   STBI_FREE(orig);
> +   return reduced;
> +}
> +
> +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_8_to_16(stbi_uc *orig, int w, int h, int channels)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   int img_len = w * h * channels;
> +   stbi__uint16 *enlarged;
> +
> +   enlarged = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(img_len*2);
> +   if (enlarged == NULL) return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   for (i = 0; i < img_len; ++i)
> +      enlarged[i] = (stbi__uint16)((orig[i] << 8) + orig[i]); // replicate to high and low byte, maps 0->0, 255->0xffff
> +
> +   STBI_FREE(orig);
> +   return enlarged;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__vertical_flip(void *image, int w, int h, int bytes_per_pixel)
> +{
> +   int row;
> +   size_t bytes_per_row = (size_t)w * bytes_per_pixel;
> +   stbi_uc temp[2048];
> +   stbi_uc *bytes = (stbi_uc *)image;
> +
> +   for (row = 0; row < (h>>1); row++) {
> +      stbi_uc *row0 = bytes + row*bytes_per_row;
> +      stbi_uc *row1 = bytes + (h - row - 1)*bytes_per_row;
> +      // swap row0 with row1
> +      size_t bytes_left = bytes_per_row;
> +      while (bytes_left) {
> +         size_t bytes_copy = (bytes_left < sizeof(temp)) ? bytes_left : sizeof(temp);
> +         memcpy(temp, row0, bytes_copy);
> +         memcpy(row0, row1, bytes_copy);
> +         memcpy(row1, temp, bytes_copy);
> +         row0 += bytes_copy;
> +         row1 += bytes_copy;
> +         bytes_left -= bytes_copy;
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +static void stbi__vertical_flip_slices(void *image, int w, int h, int z, int bytes_per_pixel)
> +{
> +   int slice;
> +   int slice_size = w * h * bytes_per_pixel;
> +
> +   stbi_uc *bytes = (stbi_uc *)image;
> +   for (slice = 0; slice < z; ++slice) {
> +      stbi__vertical_flip(bytes, w, h, bytes_per_pixel);
> +      bytes += slice_size;
> +   }
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static unsigned char *stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__result_info ri;
> +   void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 8);
> +
> +   if (result == NULL)
> +      return NULL;
> +
> +   // it is the responsibility of the loaders to make sure we get either 8 or 16 bit.
> +   STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 8 || ri.bits_per_channel == 16);
> +
> +   if (ri.bits_per_channel != 8) {
> +      result = stbi__convert_16_to_8((stbi__uint16 *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp);
> +      ri.bits_per_channel = 8;
> +   }
> +
> +   // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format to here
> +
> +   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
> +      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
> +      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(stbi_uc));
> +   }
> +
> +   return (unsigned char *) result;
> +}
> +
> +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__result_info ri;
> +   void *result = stbi__load_main(s, x, y, comp, req_comp, &ri, 16);
> +
> +   if (result == NULL)
> +      return NULL;
> +
> +   // it is the responsibility of the loaders to make sure we get either 8 or 16 bit.
> +   STBI_ASSERT(ri.bits_per_channel == 8 || ri.bits_per_channel == 16);
> +
> +   if (ri.bits_per_channel != 16) {
> +      result = stbi__convert_8_to_16((stbi_uc *) result, *x, *y, req_comp == 0 ? *comp : req_comp);
> +      ri.bits_per_channel = 16;
> +   }
> +
> +   // @TODO: move stbi__convert_format16 to here
> +   // @TODO: special case RGB-to-Y (and RGBA-to-YA) for 8-bit-to-16-bit case to keep more precision
> +
> +   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
> +      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
> +      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(stbi__uint16));
> +   }
> +
> +   return (stbi__uint16 *) result;
> +}
> +
> +#if !defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && !defined(STBI_NO_LINEAR)
> +static void stbi__float_postprocess(float *result, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load && result != NULL) {
> +      int channels = req_comp ? req_comp : *comp;
> +      stbi__vertical_flip(result, *x, *y, channels * sizeof(float));
> +   }
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
> +STBI_EXTERN __declspec(dllimport) int __stdcall MultiByteToWideChar(unsigned int cp, unsigned long flags, const char *str, int cbmb, wchar_t *widestr, int cchwide);
> +STBI_EXTERN __declspec(dllimport) int __stdcall WideCharToMultiByte(unsigned int cp, unsigned long flags, const wchar_t *widestr, int cchwide, char *str, int cbmb, const char *defchar, int *used_default);
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
> +STBIDEF int stbi_convert_wchar_to_utf8(char *buffer, size_t bufferlen, const wchar_t* input)
> +{
> +	return WideCharToMultiByte(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, input, -1, buffer, (int) bufferlen, NULL, NULL);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static FILE *stbi__fopen(char const *filename, char const *mode)
> +{
> +   FILE *f;
> +#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(STBI_WINDOWS_UTF8)
> +   wchar_t wMode[64];
> +   wchar_t wFilename[1024];
> +	if (0 == MultiByteToWideChar(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, filename, -1, wFilename, sizeof(wFilename)))
> +      return 0;
> +
> +	if (0 == MultiByteToWideChar(65001 /* UTF8 */, 0, mode, -1, wMode, sizeof(wMode)))
> +      return 0;
> +
> +#if _MSC_VER >= 1400
> +	if (0 != _wfopen_s(&f, wFilename, wMode))
> +		f = 0;
> +#else
> +   f = _wfopen(wFilename, wMode);
> +#endif
> +
> +#elif defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1400
> +   if (0 != fopen_s(&f, filename, mode))
> +      f=0;
> +#else
> +   f = fopen(filename, mode);
> +#endif
> +   return f;
> +}
> +
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +   unsigned char *result;
> +   if (!f) return stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
> +   result = stbi_load_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   fclose(f);
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   unsigned char *result;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
> +   result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   if (result) {
> +      // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer
> +      fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR);
> +   }
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi__uint16 *stbi_load_from_file_16(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__uint16 *result;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
> +   result = stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   if (result) {
> +      // need to 'unget' all the characters in the IO buffer
> +      fseek(f, - (int) (s.img_buffer_end - s.img_buffer), SEEK_CUR);
> +   }
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +   stbi__uint16 *result;
> +   if (!f) return (stbi_us *) stbi__errpuc("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
> +   result = stbi_load_from_file_16(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   fclose(f);
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +
> +#endif //!STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,channels_in_file,desired_channels);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_us *stbi_load_16_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *channels_in_file, int desired_channels)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *)clbk, user);
> +   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_16bit(&s,x,y,channels_in_file,desired_channels);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
> +   return stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +STBIDEF stbi_uc *stbi_load_gif_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   unsigned char *result;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +
> +   result = (unsigned char*) stbi__load_gif_main(&s, delays, x, y, z, comp, req_comp);
> +   if (stbi__vertically_flip_on_load) {
> +      stbi__vertical_flip_slices( result, *x, *y, *z, *comp );
> +   }
> +
> +   return result;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +static float *stbi__loadf_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   unsigned char *data;
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   if (stbi__hdr_test(s)) {
> +      stbi__result_info ri;
> +      float *hdr_data = stbi__hdr_load(s,x,y,comp,req_comp, &ri);
> +      if (hdr_data)
> +         stbi__float_postprocess(hdr_data,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +      return hdr_data;
> +   }
> +   #endif
> +   data = stbi__load_and_postprocess_8bit(s, x, y, comp, req_comp);
> +   if (data)
> +      return stbi__ldr_to_hdr(data, *x, *y, req_comp ? req_comp : *comp);
> +   return stbi__errpf("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
> +   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   float *result;
> +   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +   if (!f) return stbi__errpf("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
> +   result = stbi_loadf_from_file(f,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   fclose(f);
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF float *stbi_loadf_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
> +   return stbi__loadf_main(&s,x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +}
> +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +#endif // !STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +
> +// these is-hdr-or-not is defined independent of whether STBI_NO_LINEAR is
> +// defined, for API simplicity; if STBI_NO_LINEAR is defined, it always
> +// reports false!
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
> +{
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__hdr_test(&s);
> +   #else
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(buffer);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(len);
> +   return 0;
> +   #endif
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr          (char const *filename)
> +{
> +   FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +   int result=0;
> +   if (f) {
> +      result = stbi_is_hdr_from_file(f);
> +      fclose(f);
> +   }
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_hdr_from_file(FILE *f)
> +{
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   long pos = ftell(f);
> +   int res;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_file(&s,f);
> +   res = stbi__hdr_test(&s);
> +   fseek(f, pos, SEEK_SET);
> +   return res;
> +   #else
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(f);
> +   return 0;
> +   #endif
> +}
> +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +STBIDEF int      stbi_is_hdr_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *clbk, void *user)
> +{
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) clbk, user);
> +   return stbi__hdr_test(&s);
> +   #else
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(clbk);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(user);
> +   return 0;
> +   #endif
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +static float stbi__l2h_gamma=2.2f, stbi__l2h_scale=1.0f;
> +
> +STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__l2h_gamma = gamma; }
> +STBIDEF void   stbi_ldr_to_hdr_scale(float scale) { stbi__l2h_scale = scale; }
> +#endif
> +
> +static float stbi__h2l_gamma_i=1.0f/2.2f, stbi__h2l_scale_i=1.0f;
> +
> +STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_gamma(float gamma) { stbi__h2l_gamma_i = 1/gamma; }
> +STBIDEF void   stbi_hdr_to_ldr_scale(float scale) { stbi__h2l_scale_i = 1/scale; }
> +
> +
> +//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +// Common code used by all image loaders
> +//
> +
> +enum
> +{
> +   STBI__SCAN_load=0,
> +   STBI__SCAN_type,
> +   STBI__SCAN_header
> +};
> +
> +static void stbi__refill_buffer(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int n = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data,(char*)s->buffer_start,s->buflen);
> +   s->callback_already_read += (int) (s->img_buffer - s->img_buffer_original);
> +   if (n == 0) {
> +      // at end of file, treat same as if from memory, but need to handle case
> +      // where s->img_buffer isn't pointing to safe memory, e.g. 0-byte file
> +      s->read_from_callbacks = 0;
> +      s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start;
> +      s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start+1;
> +      *s->img_buffer = 0;
> +   } else {
> +      s->img_buffer = s->buffer_start;
> +      s->img_buffer_end = s->buffer_start + n;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__get8(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   if (s->img_buffer < s->img_buffer_end)
> +      return *s->img_buffer++;
> +   if (s->read_from_callbacks) {
> +      stbi__refill_buffer(s);
> +      return *s->img_buffer++;
> +   }
> +   return 0;
> +}
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__at_eof(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   if (s->io.read) {
> +      if (!(s->io.eof)(s->io_user_data)) return 0;
> +      // if feof() is true, check if buffer = end
> +      // special case: we've only got the special 0 character at the end
> +      if (s->read_from_callbacks == 0) return 1;
> +   }
> +
> +   return s->img_buffer >= s->img_buffer_end;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static void stbi__skip(stbi__context *s, int n)
> +{
> +   if (n == 0) return;  // already there!
> +   if (n < 0) {
> +      s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
> +      return;
> +   }
> +   if (s->io.read) {
> +      int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer);
> +      if (blen < n) {
> +         s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
> +         (s->io.skip)(s->io_user_data, n - blen);
> +         return;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   s->img_buffer += n;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_HDR) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static int stbi__getn(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *buffer, int n)
> +{
> +   if (s->io.read) {
> +      int blen = (int) (s->img_buffer_end - s->img_buffer);
> +      if (blen < n) {
> +         int res, count;
> +
> +         memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, blen);
> +
> +         count = (s->io.read)(s->io_user_data, (char*) buffer + blen, n - blen);
> +         res = (count == (n-blen));
> +         s->img_buffer = s->img_buffer_end;
> +         return res;
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   if (s->img_buffer+n <= s->img_buffer_end) {
> +      memcpy(buffer, s->img_buffer, n);
> +      s->img_buffer += n;
> +      return 1;
> +   } else
> +      return 0;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static int stbi__get16be(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int z = stbi__get8(s);
> +   return (z << 8) + stbi__get8(s);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32be(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   return (z << 16) + stbi__get16be(s);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static int stbi__get16le(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int z = stbi__get8(s);
> +   return z + (stbi__get8(s) << 8);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +static stbi__uint32 stbi__get32le(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   stbi__uint32 z = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   return z + (stbi__get16le(s) << 16);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#define STBI__BYTECAST(x)  ((stbi_uc) ((x) & 255))  // truncate int to byte without warnings
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_JPEG) && defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +//  generic converter from built-in img_n to req_comp
> +//    individual types do this automatically as much as possible (e.g. jpeg
> +//    does all cases internally since it needs to colorspace convert anyway,
> +//    and it never has alpha, so very few cases ). png can automatically
> +//    interleave an alpha=255 channel, but falls back to this for other cases
> +//
> +//  assume data buffer is malloced, so malloc a new one and free that one
> +//  only failure mode is malloc failing
> +
> +static stbi_uc stbi__compute_y(int r, int g, int b)
> +{
> +   return (stbi_uc) (((r*77) + (g*150) +  (29*b)) >> 8);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_BMP) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD) && defined(STBI_NO_TGA) && defined(STBI_NO_GIF) && defined(STBI_NO_PIC) && defined(STBI_NO_PNM)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static unsigned char *stbi__convert_format(unsigned char *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
> +{
> +   int i,j;
> +   unsigned char *good;
> +
> +   if (req_comp == img_n) return data;
> +   STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4);
> +
> +   good = (unsigned char *) stbi__malloc_mad3(req_comp, x, y, 0);
> +   if (good == NULL) {
> +      STBI_FREE(data);
> +      return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   }
> +
> +   for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) {
> +      unsigned char *src  = data + j * x * img_n   ;
> +      unsigned char *dest = good + j * x * req_comp;
> +
> +      #define STBI__COMBO(a,b)  ((a)*8+(b))
> +      #define STBI__CASE(a,b)   case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b)
> +      // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components;
> +      // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros
> +      switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) {
> +         STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0]; dest[1]=255;                                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                  } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=255;                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0];                                                  } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                  } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=src[1];                  } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];dest[3]=255;        } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = 255;    } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = src[3]; } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];                    } break;
> +         default: STBI_ASSERT(0); STBI_FREE(data); STBI_FREE(good); return stbi__errpuc("unsupported", "Unsupported format conversion");
> +      }
> +      #undef STBI__CASE
> +   }
> +
> +   STBI_FREE(data);
> +   return good;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static stbi__uint16 stbi__compute_y_16(int r, int g, int b)
> +{
> +   return (stbi__uint16) (((r*77) + (g*150) +  (29*b)) >> 8);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_NO_PNG) && defined(STBI_NO_PSD)
> +// nothing
> +#else
> +static stbi__uint16 *stbi__convert_format16(stbi__uint16 *data, int img_n, int req_comp, unsigned int x, unsigned int y)
> +{
> +   int i,j;
> +   stbi__uint16 *good;
> +
> +   if (req_comp == img_n) return data;
> +   STBI_ASSERT(req_comp >= 1 && req_comp <= 4);
> +
> +   good = (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__malloc(req_comp * x * y * 2);
> +   if (good == NULL) {
> +      STBI_FREE(data);
> +      return (stbi__uint16 *) stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   }
> +
> +   for (j=0; j < (int) y; ++j) {
> +      stbi__uint16 *src  = data + j * x * img_n   ;
> +      stbi__uint16 *dest = good + j * x * req_comp;
> +
> +      #define STBI__COMBO(a,b)  ((a)*8+(b))
> +      #define STBI__CASE(a,b)   case STBI__COMBO(a,b): for(i=x-1; i >= 0; --i, src += a, dest += b)
> +      // convert source image with img_n components to one with req_comp components;
> +      // avoid switch per pixel, so use switch per scanline and massive macros
> +      switch (STBI__COMBO(img_n, req_comp)) {
> +         STBI__CASE(1,2) { dest[0]=src[0]; dest[1]=0xffff;                                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(1,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(1,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=0xffff;                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,1) { dest[0]=src[0];                                                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,3) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0];                                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(2,4) { dest[0]=dest[1]=dest[2]=src[0]; dest[3]=src[1];                     } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,4) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];dest[3]=0xffff;        } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(3,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = 0xffff; } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,1) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]);                   } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,2) { dest[0]=stbi__compute_y_16(src[0],src[1],src[2]); dest[1] = src[3]; } break;
> +         STBI__CASE(4,3) { dest[0]=src[0];dest[1]=src[1];dest[2]=src[2];                       } break;
> +         default: STBI_ASSERT(0); STBI_FREE(data); STBI_FREE(good); return (stbi__uint16*) stbi__errpuc("unsupported", "Unsupported format conversion");
> +      }
> +      #undef STBI__CASE
> +   }
> +
> +   STBI_FREE(data);
> +   return good;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_LINEAR
> +static float   *stbi__ldr_to_hdr(stbi_uc *data, int x, int y, int comp)
> +{
> +   int i,k,n;
> +   float *output;
> +   if (!data) return NULL;
> +   output = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(x, y, comp, sizeof(float), 0);
> +   if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
> +   // compute number of non-alpha components
> +   if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1;
> +   for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
> +      for (k=0; k < n; ++k) {
> +         output[i*comp + k] = (float) (pow(data[i*comp+k]/255.0f, stbi__l2h_gamma) * stbi__l2h_scale);
> +      }
> +   }
> +   if (n < comp) {
> +      for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
> +         output[i*comp + n] = data[i*comp + n]/255.0f;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   STBI_FREE(data);
> +   return output;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +#define stbi__float2int(x)   ((int) (x))
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__hdr_to_ldr(float   *data, int x, int y, int comp)
> +{
> +   int i,k,n;
> +   stbi_uc *output;
> +   if (!data) return NULL;
> +   output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, comp, 0);
> +   if (output == NULL) { STBI_FREE(data); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
> +   // compute number of non-alpha components
> +   if (comp & 1) n = comp; else n = comp-1;
> +   for (i=0; i < x*y; ++i) {
> +      for (k=0; k < n; ++k) {
> +         float z = (float) pow(data[i*comp+k]*stbi__h2l_scale_i, stbi__h2l_gamma_i) * 255 + 0.5f;
> +         if (z < 0) z = 0;
> +         if (z > 255) z = 255;
> +         output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z);
> +      }
> +      if (k < comp) {
> +         float z = data[i*comp+k] * 255 + 0.5f;
> +         if (z < 0) z = 0;
> +         if (z > 255) z = 255;
> +         output[i*comp + k] = (stbi_uc) stbi__float2int(z);
> +      }
> +   }
> +   STBI_FREE(data);
> +   return output;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> +//
> +//  "baseline" JPEG/JFIF decoder
> +//
> +//    simple implementation
> +//      - doesn't support delayed output of y-dimension
> +//      - simple interface (only one output format: 8-bit interleaved RGB)
> +//      - doesn't try to recover corrupt jpegs
> +//      - doesn't allow partial loading, loading multiple at once
> +//      - still fast on x86 (copying globals into locals doesn't help x86)
> +//      - allocates lots of intermediate memory (full size of all components)
> +//        - non-interleaved case requires this anyway
> +//        - allows good upsampling (see next)
> +//    high-quality
> +//      - upsampled channels are bilinearly interpolated, even across blocks
> +//      - quality integer IDCT derived from IJG's 'slow'
> +//    performance
> +//      - fast huffman; reasonable integer IDCT
> +//      - some SIMD kernels for common paths on targets with SSE2/NEON
> +//      - uses a lot of intermediate memory, could cache poorly
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
> +
> +// huffman decoding acceleration
> +#define FAST_BITS   9  // larger handles more cases; smaller stomps less cache
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi_uc  fast[1 << FAST_BITS];
> +   // weirdly, repacking this into AoS is a 10% speed loss, instead of a win
> +   stbi__uint16 code[256];
> +   stbi_uc  values[256];
> +   stbi_uc  size[257];
> +   unsigned int maxcode[18];
> +   int    delta[17];   // old 'firstsymbol' - old 'firstcode'
> +} stbi__huffman;
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s;
> +   stbi__huffman huff_dc[4];
> +   stbi__huffman huff_ac[4];
> +   stbi__uint16 dequant[4][64];
> +   stbi__int16 fast_ac[4][1 << FAST_BITS];
> +
> +// sizes for components, interleaved MCUs
> +   int img_h_max, img_v_max;
> +   int img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y;
> +   int img_mcu_w, img_mcu_h;
> +
> +// definition of jpeg image component
> +   struct
> +   {
> +      int id;
> +      int h,v;
> +      int tq;
> +      int hd,ha;
> +      int dc_pred;
> +
> +      int x,y,w2,h2;
> +      stbi_uc *data;
> +      void *raw_data, *raw_coeff;
> +      stbi_uc *linebuf;
> +      short   *coeff;   // progressive only
> +      int      coeff_w, coeff_h; // number of 8x8 coefficient blocks
> +   } img_comp[4];
> +
> +   stbi__uint32   code_buffer; // jpeg entropy-coded buffer
> +   int            code_bits;   // number of valid bits
> +   unsigned char  marker;      // marker seen while filling entropy buffer
> +   int            nomore;      // flag if we saw a marker so must stop
> +
> +   int            progressive;
> +   int            spec_start;
> +   int            spec_end;
> +   int            succ_high;
> +   int            succ_low;
> +   int            eob_run;
> +   int            jfif;
> +   int            app14_color_transform; // Adobe APP14 tag
> +   int            rgb;
> +
> +   int scan_n, order[4];
> +   int restart_interval, todo;
> +
> +// kernels
> +   void (*idct_block_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64]);
> +   void (*YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step);
> +   stbi_uc *(*resample_row_hv_2_kernel)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs);
> +} stbi__jpeg;
> +
> +static int stbi__build_huffman(stbi__huffman *h, int *count)
> +{
> +   int i,j,k=0;
> +   unsigned int code;
> +   // build size list for each symbol (from JPEG spec)
> +   for (i=0; i < 16; ++i)
> +      for (j=0; j < count[i]; ++j)
> +         h->size[k++] = (stbi_uc) (i+1);
> +   h->size[k] = 0;
> +
> +   // compute actual symbols (from jpeg spec)
> +   code = 0;
> +   k = 0;
> +   for(j=1; j <= 16; ++j) {
> +      // compute delta to add to code to compute symbol id
> +      h->delta[j] = k - code;
> +      if (h->size[k] == j) {
> +         while (h->size[k] == j)
> +            h->code[k++] = (stbi__uint16) (code++);
> +         if (code-1 >= (1u << j)) return stbi__err("bad code lengths","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      }
> +      // compute largest code + 1 for this size, preshifted as needed later
> +      h->maxcode[j] = code << (16-j);
> +      code <<= 1;
> +   }
> +   h->maxcode[j] = 0xffffffff;
> +
> +   // build non-spec acceleration table; 255 is flag for not-accelerated
> +   memset(h->fast, 255, 1 << FAST_BITS);
> +   for (i=0; i < k; ++i) {
> +      int s = h->size[i];
> +      if (s <= FAST_BITS) {
> +         int c = h->code[i] << (FAST_BITS-s);
> +         int m = 1 << (FAST_BITS-s);
> +         for (j=0; j < m; ++j) {
> +            h->fast[c+j] = (stbi_uc) i;
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// build a table that decodes both magnitude and value of small ACs in
> +// one go.
> +static void stbi__build_fast_ac(stbi__int16 *fast_ac, stbi__huffman *h)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < (1 << FAST_BITS); ++i) {
> +      stbi_uc fast = h->fast[i];
> +      fast_ac[i] = 0;
> +      if (fast < 255) {
> +         int rs = h->values[fast];
> +         int run = (rs >> 4) & 15;
> +         int magbits = rs & 15;
> +         int len = h->size[fast];
> +
> +         if (magbits && len + magbits <= FAST_BITS) {
> +            // magnitude code followed by receive_extend code
> +            int k = ((i << len) & ((1 << FAST_BITS) - 1)) >> (FAST_BITS - magbits);
> +            int m = 1 << (magbits - 1);
> +            if (k < m) k += (~0U << magbits) + 1;
> +            // if the result is small enough, we can fit it in fast_ac table
> +            if (k >= -128 && k <= 127)
> +               fast_ac[i] = (stbi__int16) ((k * 256) + (run * 16) + (len + magbits));
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   do {
> +      unsigned int b = j->nomore ? 0 : stbi__get8(j->s);
> +      if (b == 0xff) {
> +         int c = stbi__get8(j->s);
> +         while (c == 0xff) c = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume fill bytes
> +         if (c != 0) {
> +            j->marker = (unsigned char) c;
> +            j->nomore = 1;
> +            return;
> +         }
> +      }
> +      j->code_buffer |= b << (24 - j->code_bits);
> +      j->code_bits += 8;
> +   } while (j->code_bits <= 24);
> +}
> +
> +// (1 << n) - 1
> +static const stbi__uint32 stbi__bmask[17]={0,1,3,7,15,31,63,127,255,511,1023,2047,4095,8191,16383,32767,65535};
> +
> +// decode a jpeg huffman value from the bitstream
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(stbi__jpeg *j, stbi__huffman *h)
> +{
> +   unsigned int temp;
> +   int c,k;
> +
> +   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +
> +   // look at the top FAST_BITS and determine what symbol ID it is,
> +   // if the code is <= FAST_BITS
> +   c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
> +   k = h->fast[c];
> +   if (k < 255) {
> +      int s = h->size[k];
> +      if (s > j->code_bits)
> +         return -1;
> +      j->code_buffer <<= s;
> +      j->code_bits -= s;
> +      return h->values[k];
> +   }
> +
> +   // naive test is to shift the code_buffer down so k bits are
> +   // valid, then test against maxcode. To speed this up, we've
> +   // preshifted maxcode left so that it has (16-k) 0s at the
> +   // end; in other words, regardless of the number of bits, it
> +   // wants to be compared against something shifted to have 16;
> +   // that way we don't need to shift inside the loop.
> +   temp = j->code_buffer >> 16;
> +   for (k=FAST_BITS+1 ; ; ++k)
> +      if (temp < h->maxcode[k])
> +         break;
> +   if (k == 17) {
> +      // error! code not found
> +      j->code_bits -= 16;
> +      return -1;
> +   }
> +
> +   if (k > j->code_bits)
> +      return -1;
> +
> +   // convert the huffman code to the symbol id
> +   c = ((j->code_buffer >> (32 - k)) & stbi__bmask[k]) + h->delta[k];
> +   STBI_ASSERT((((j->code_buffer) >> (32 - h->size[c])) & stbi__bmask[h->size[c]]) == h->code[c]);
> +
> +   // convert the id to a symbol
> +   j->code_bits -= k;
> +   j->code_buffer <<= k;
> +   return h->values[c];
> +}
> +
> +// bias[n] = (-1<<n) + 1
> +static const int stbi__jbias[16] = {0,-1,-3,-7,-15,-31,-63,-127,-255,-511,-1023,-2047,-4095,-8191,-16383,-32767};
> +
> +// combined JPEG 'receive' and JPEG 'extend', since baseline
> +// always extends everything it receives.
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__extend_receive(stbi__jpeg *j, int n)
> +{
> +   unsigned int k;
> +   int sgn;
> +   if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +
> +   sgn = (stbi__int32)j->code_buffer >> 31; // sign bit is always in MSB
> +   k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n);
> +   if (n < 0 || n >= (int) (sizeof(stbi__bmask)/sizeof(*stbi__bmask))) return 0;
> +   j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n];
> +   k &= stbi__bmask[n];
> +   j->code_bits -= n;
> +   return k + (stbi__jbias[n] & ~sgn);
> +}
> +
> +// get some unsigned bits
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bits(stbi__jpeg *j, int n)
> +{
> +   unsigned int k;
> +   if (j->code_bits < n) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +   k = stbi_lrot(j->code_buffer, n);
> +   j->code_buffer = k & ~stbi__bmask[n];
> +   k &= stbi__bmask[n];
> +   j->code_bits -= n;
> +   return k;
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__jpeg_get_bit(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   unsigned int k;
> +   if (j->code_bits < 1) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +   k = j->code_buffer;
> +   j->code_buffer <<= 1;
> +   --j->code_bits;
> +   return k & 0x80000000;
> +}
> +
> +// given a value that's at position X in the zigzag stream,
> +// where does it appear in the 8x8 matrix coded as row-major?
> +static const stbi_uc stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[64+15] =
> +{
> +    0,  1,  8, 16,  9,  2,  3, 10,
> +   17, 24, 32, 25, 18, 11,  4,  5,
> +   12, 19, 26, 33, 40, 48, 41, 34,
> +   27, 20, 13,  6,  7, 14, 21, 28,
> +   35, 42, 49, 56, 57, 50, 43, 36,
> +   29, 22, 15, 23, 30, 37, 44, 51,
> +   58, 59, 52, 45, 38, 31, 39, 46,
> +   53, 60, 61, 54, 47, 55, 62, 63,
> +   // let corrupt input sample past end
> +   63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63,
> +   63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63, 63
> +};
> +
> +// decode one 64-entry block--
> +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac, int b, stbi__uint16 *dequant)
> +{
> +   int diff,dc,k;
> +   int t;
> +
> +   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +   t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc);
> +   if (t < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +   // 0 all the ac values now so we can do it 32-bits at a time
> +   memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0]));
> +
> +   diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0;
> +   dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff;
> +   j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc;
> +   data[0] = (short) (dc * dequant[0]);
> +
> +   // decode AC components, see JPEG spec
> +   k = 1;
> +   do {
> +      unsigned int zig;
> +      int c,r,s;
> +      if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +      c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
> +      r = fac[c];
> +      if (r) { // fast-AC path
> +         k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run
> +         s = r & 15; // combined length
> +         j->code_buffer <<= s;
> +         j->code_bits -= s;
> +         // decode into unzigzag'd location
> +         zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
> +         data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) * dequant[zig]);
> +      } else {
> +         int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac);
> +         if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
> +         s = rs & 15;
> +         r = rs >> 4;
> +         if (s == 0) {
> +            if (rs != 0xf0) break; // end block
> +            k += 16;
> +         } else {
> +            k += r;
> +            // decode into unzigzag'd location
> +            zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
> +            data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) * dequant[zig]);
> +         }
> +      }
> +   } while (k < 64);
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hdc, int b)
> +{
> +   int diff,dc;
> +   int t;
> +   if (j->spec_end != 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +   if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +
> +   if (j->succ_high == 0) {
> +      // first scan for DC coefficient, must be first
> +      memset(data,0,64*sizeof(data[0])); // 0 all the ac values now
> +      t = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hdc);
> +      if (t == -1) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +      diff = t ? stbi__extend_receive(j, t) : 0;
> +
> +      dc = j->img_comp[b].dc_pred + diff;
> +      j->img_comp[b].dc_pred = dc;
> +      data[0] = (short) (dc << j->succ_low);
> +   } else {
> +      // refinement scan for DC coefficient
> +      if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
> +         data[0] += (short) (1 << j->succ_low);
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// @OPTIMIZE: store non-zigzagged during the decode passes,
> +// and only de-zigzag when dequantizing
> +static int stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(stbi__jpeg *j, short data[64], stbi__huffman *hac, stbi__int16 *fac)
> +{
> +   int k;
> +   if (j->spec_start == 0) return stbi__err("can't merge dc and ac", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +   if (j->succ_high == 0) {
> +      int shift = j->succ_low;
> +
> +      if (j->eob_run) {
> +         --j->eob_run;
> +         return 1;
> +      }
> +
> +      k = j->spec_start;
> +      do {
> +         unsigned int zig;
> +         int c,r,s;
> +         if (j->code_bits < 16) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(j);
> +         c = (j->code_buffer >> (32 - FAST_BITS)) & ((1 << FAST_BITS)-1);
> +         r = fac[c];
> +         if (r) { // fast-AC path
> +            k += (r >> 4) & 15; // run
> +            s = r & 15; // combined length
> +            j->code_buffer <<= s;
> +            j->code_bits -= s;
> +            zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
> +            data[zig] = (short) ((r >> 8) << shift);
> +         } else {
> +            int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac);
> +            if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
> +            s = rs & 15;
> +            r = rs >> 4;
> +            if (s == 0) {
> +               if (r < 15) {
> +                  j->eob_run = (1 << r);
> +                  if (r)
> +                     j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r);
> +                  --j->eob_run;
> +                  break;
> +               }
> +               k += 16;
> +            } else {
> +               k += r;
> +               zig = stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++];
> +               data[zig] = (short) (stbi__extend_receive(j,s) << shift);
> +            }
> +         }
> +      } while (k <= j->spec_end);
> +   } else {
> +      // refinement scan for these AC coefficients
> +
> +      short bit = (short) (1 << j->succ_low);
> +
> +      if (j->eob_run) {
> +         --j->eob_run;
> +         for (k = j->spec_start; k <= j->spec_end; ++k) {
> +            short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k]];
> +            if (*p != 0)
> +               if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
> +                  if ((*p & bit)==0) {
> +                     if (*p > 0)
> +                        *p += bit;
> +                     else
> +                        *p -= bit;
> +                  }
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         k = j->spec_start;
> +         do {
> +            int r,s;
> +            int rs = stbi__jpeg_huff_decode(j, hac); // @OPTIMIZE see if we can use the fast path here, advance-by-r is so slow, eh
> +            if (rs < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt JPEG");
> +            s = rs & 15;
> +            r = rs >> 4;
> +            if (s == 0) {
> +               if (r < 15) {
> +                  j->eob_run = (1 << r) - 1;
> +                  if (r)
> +                     j->eob_run += stbi__jpeg_get_bits(j, r);
> +                  r = 64; // force end of block
> +               } else {
> +                  // r=15 s=0 should write 16 0s, so we just do
> +                  // a run of 15 0s and then write s (which is 0),
> +                  // so we don't have to do anything special here
> +               }
> +            } else {
> +               if (s != 1) return stbi__err("bad huffman code", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +               // sign bit
> +               if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
> +                  s = bit;
> +               else
> +                  s = -bit;
> +            }
> +
> +            // advance by r
> +            while (k <= j->spec_end) {
> +               short *p = &data[stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[k++]];
> +               if (*p != 0) {
> +                  if (stbi__jpeg_get_bit(j))
> +                     if ((*p & bit)==0) {
> +                        if (*p > 0)
> +                           *p += bit;
> +                        else
> +                           *p -= bit;
> +                     }
> +               } else {
> +                  if (r == 0) {
> +                     *p = (short) s;
> +                     break;
> +                  }
> +                  --r;
> +               }
> +            }
> +         } while (k <= j->spec_end);
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// take a -128..127 value and stbi__clamp it and convert to 0..255
> +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__clamp(int x)
> +{
> +   // trick to use a single test to catch both cases
> +   if ((unsigned int) x > 255) {
> +      if (x < 0) return 0;
> +      if (x > 255) return 255;
> +   }
> +   return (stbi_uc) x;
> +}
> +
> +#define stbi__f2f(x)  ((int) (((x) * 4096 + 0.5)))
> +#define stbi__fsh(x)  ((x) * 4096)
> +
> +// derived from jidctint -- DCT_ISLOW
> +#define STBI__IDCT_1D(s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6,s7) \
> +   int t0,t1,t2,t3,p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,x0,x1,x2,x3; \
> +   p2 = s2;                                    \
> +   p3 = s6;                                    \
> +   p1 = (p2+p3) * stbi__f2f(0.5411961f);       \
> +   t2 = p1 + p3*stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f);      \
> +   t3 = p1 + p2*stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f);      \
> +   p2 = s0;                                    \
> +   p3 = s4;                                    \
> +   t0 = stbi__fsh(p2+p3);                      \
> +   t1 = stbi__fsh(p2-p3);                      \
> +   x0 = t0+t3;                                 \
> +   x3 = t0-t3;                                 \
> +   x1 = t1+t2;                                 \
> +   x2 = t1-t2;                                 \
> +   t0 = s7;                                    \
> +   t1 = s5;                                    \
> +   t2 = s3;                                    \
> +   t3 = s1;                                    \
> +   p3 = t0+t2;                                 \
> +   p4 = t1+t3;                                 \
> +   p1 = t0+t3;                                 \
> +   p2 = t1+t2;                                 \
> +   p5 = (p3+p4)*stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f);      \
> +   t0 = t0*stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f);           \
> +   t1 = t1*stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f);           \
> +   t2 = t2*stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f);           \
> +   t3 = t3*stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f);           \
> +   p1 = p5 + p1*stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f);      \
> +   p2 = p5 + p2*stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f);      \
> +   p3 = p3*stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f);           \
> +   p4 = p4*stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f);           \
> +   t3 += p1+p4;                                \
> +   t2 += p2+p3;                                \
> +   t1 += p2+p4;                                \
> +   t0 += p1+p3;
> +
> +static void stbi__idct_block(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
> +{
> +   int i,val[64],*v=val;
> +   stbi_uc *o;
> +   short *d = data;
> +
> +   // columns
> +   for (i=0; i < 8; ++i,++d, ++v) {
> +      // if all zeroes, shortcut -- this avoids dequantizing 0s and IDCTing
> +      if (d[ 8]==0 && d[16]==0 && d[24]==0 && d[32]==0
> +           && d[40]==0 && d[48]==0 && d[56]==0) {
> +         //    no shortcut                 0     seconds
> +         //    (1|2|3|4|5|6|7)==0          0     seconds
> +         //    all separate               -0.047 seconds
> +         //    1 && 2|3 && 4|5 && 6|7:    -0.047 seconds
> +         int dcterm = d[0]*4;
> +         v[0] = v[8] = v[16] = v[24] = v[32] = v[40] = v[48] = v[56] = dcterm;
> +      } else {
> +         STBI__IDCT_1D(d[ 0],d[ 8],d[16],d[24],d[32],d[40],d[48],d[56])
> +         // constants scaled things up by 1<<12; let's bring them back
> +         // down, but keep 2 extra bits of precision
> +         x0 += 512; x1 += 512; x2 += 512; x3 += 512;
> +         v[ 0] = (x0+t3) >> 10;
> +         v[56] = (x0-t3) >> 10;
> +         v[ 8] = (x1+t2) >> 10;
> +         v[48] = (x1-t2) >> 10;
> +         v[16] = (x2+t1) >> 10;
> +         v[40] = (x2-t1) >> 10;
> +         v[24] = (x3+t0) >> 10;
> +         v[32] = (x3-t0) >> 10;
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   for (i=0, v=val, o=out; i < 8; ++i,v+=8,o+=out_stride) {
> +      // no fast case since the first 1D IDCT spread components out
> +      STBI__IDCT_1D(v[0],v[1],v[2],v[3],v[4],v[5],v[6],v[7])
> +      // constants scaled things up by 1<<12, plus we had 1<<2 from first
> +      // loop, plus horizontal and vertical each scale by sqrt(8) so together
> +      // we've got an extra 1<<3, so 1<<17 total we need to remove.
> +      // so we want to round that, which means adding 0.5 * 1<<17,
> +      // aka 65536. Also, we'll end up with -128 to 127 that we want
> +      // to encode as 0..255 by adding 128, so we'll add that before the shift
> +      x0 += 65536 + (128<<17);
> +      x1 += 65536 + (128<<17);
> +      x2 += 65536 + (128<<17);
> +      x3 += 65536 + (128<<17);
> +      // tried computing the shifts into temps, or'ing the temps to see
> +      // if any were out of range, but that was slower
> +      o[0] = stbi__clamp((x0+t3) >> 17);
> +      o[7] = stbi__clamp((x0-t3) >> 17);
> +      o[1] = stbi__clamp((x1+t2) >> 17);
> +      o[6] = stbi__clamp((x1-t2) >> 17);
> +      o[2] = stbi__clamp((x2+t1) >> 17);
> +      o[5] = stbi__clamp((x2-t1) >> 17);
> +      o[3] = stbi__clamp((x3+t0) >> 17);
> +      o[4] = stbi__clamp((x3-t0) >> 17);
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_SSE2
> +// sse2 integer IDCT. not the fastest possible implementation but it
> +// produces bit-identical results to the generic C version so it's
> +// fully "transparent".
> +static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
> +{
> +   // This is constructed to match our regular (generic) integer IDCT exactly.
> +   __m128i row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7;
> +   __m128i tmp;
> +
> +   // dot product constant: even elems=x, odd elems=y
> +   #define dct_const(x,y)  _mm_setr_epi16((x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y),(x),(y))
> +
> +   // out(0) = c0[even]*x + c0[odd]*y   (c0, x, y 16-bit, out 32-bit)
> +   // out(1) = c1[even]*x + c1[odd]*y
> +   #define dct_rot(out0,out1, x,y,c0,c1) \
> +      __m128i c0##lo = _mm_unpacklo_epi16((x),(y)); \
> +      __m128i c0##hi = _mm_unpackhi_epi16((x),(y)); \
> +      __m128i out0##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c0); \
> +      __m128i out0##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c0); \
> +      __m128i out1##_l = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##lo, c1); \
> +      __m128i out1##_h = _mm_madd_epi16(c0##hi, c1)
> +
> +   // out = in << 12  (in 16-bit, out 32-bit)
> +   #define dct_widen(out, in) \
> +      __m128i out##_l = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpacklo_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4); \
> +      __m128i out##_h = _mm_srai_epi32(_mm_unpackhi_epi16(_mm_setzero_si128(), (in)), 4)
> +
> +   // wide add
> +   #define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \
> +      __m128i out##_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \
> +      __m128i out##_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, b##_h)
> +
> +   // wide sub
> +   #define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \
> +      __m128i out##_l = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_l, b##_l); \
> +      __m128i out##_h = _mm_sub_epi32(a##_h, b##_h)
> +
> +   // butterfly a/b, add bias, then shift by "s" and pack
> +   #define dct_bfly32o(out0, out1, a,b,bias,s) \
> +      { \
> +         __m128i abiased_l = _mm_add_epi32(a##_l, bias); \
> +         __m128i abiased_h = _mm_add_epi32(a##_h, bias); \
> +         dct_wadd(sum, abiased, b); \
> +         dct_wsub(dif, abiased, b); \
> +         out0 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(sum_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(sum_h, s)); \
> +         out1 = _mm_packs_epi32(_mm_srai_epi32(dif_l, s), _mm_srai_epi32(dif_h, s)); \
> +      }
> +
> +   // 8-bit interleave step (for transposes)
> +   #define dct_interleave8(a, b) \
> +      tmp = a; \
> +      a = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(a, b); \
> +      b = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(tmp, b)
> +
> +   // 16-bit interleave step (for transposes)
> +   #define dct_interleave16(a, b) \
> +      tmp = a; \
> +      a = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(a, b); \
> +      b = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(tmp, b)
> +
> +   #define dct_pass(bias,shift) \
> +      { \
> +         /* even part */ \
> +         dct_rot(t2e,t3e, row2,row6, rot0_0,rot0_1); \
> +         __m128i sum04 = _mm_add_epi16(row0, row4); \
> +         __m128i dif04 = _mm_sub_epi16(row0, row4); \
> +         dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \
> +         dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \
> +         dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \
> +         dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \
> +         dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \
> +         dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \
> +         /* odd part */ \
> +         dct_rot(y0o,y2o, row7,row3, rot2_0,rot2_1); \
> +         dct_rot(y1o,y3o, row5,row1, rot3_0,rot3_1); \
> +         __m128i sum17 = _mm_add_epi16(row1, row7); \
> +         __m128i sum35 = _mm_add_epi16(row3, row5); \
> +         dct_rot(y4o,y5o, sum17,sum35, rot1_0,rot1_1); \
> +         dct_wadd(x4, y0o, y4o); \
> +         dct_wadd(x5, y1o, y5o); \
> +         dct_wadd(x6, y2o, y5o); \
> +         dct_wadd(x7, y3o, y4o); \
> +         dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,bias,shift); \
> +         dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,bias,shift); \
> +         dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,bias,shift); \
> +         dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,bias,shift); \
> +      }
> +
> +   __m128i rot0_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f));
> +   __m128i rot0_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f) + stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f), stbi__f2f(0.5411961f));
> +   __m128i rot1_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f));
> +   __m128i rot1_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(1.175875602f), stbi__f2f(1.175875602f) + stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f));
> +   __m128i rot2_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f));
> +   __m128i rot2_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f), stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f) + stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f));
> +   __m128i rot3_0 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f));
> +   __m128i rot3_1 = dct_const(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f), stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f) + stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f));
> +
> +   // rounding biases in column/row passes, see stbi__idct_block for explanation.
> +   __m128i bias_0 = _mm_set1_epi32(512);
> +   __m128i bias_1 = _mm_set1_epi32(65536 + (128<<17));
> +
> +   // load
> +   row0 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 0*8));
> +   row1 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 1*8));
> +   row2 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 2*8));
> +   row3 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 3*8));
> +   row4 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 4*8));
> +   row5 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 5*8));
> +   row6 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 6*8));
> +   row7 = _mm_load_si128((const __m128i *) (data + 7*8));
> +
> +   // column pass
> +   dct_pass(bias_0, 10);
> +
> +   {
> +      // 16bit 8x8 transpose pass 1
> +      dct_interleave16(row0, row4);
> +      dct_interleave16(row1, row5);
> +      dct_interleave16(row2, row6);
> +      dct_interleave16(row3, row7);
> +
> +      // transpose pass 2
> +      dct_interleave16(row0, row2);
> +      dct_interleave16(row1, row3);
> +      dct_interleave16(row4, row6);
> +      dct_interleave16(row5, row7);
> +
> +      // transpose pass 3
> +      dct_interleave16(row0, row1);
> +      dct_interleave16(row2, row3);
> +      dct_interleave16(row4, row5);
> +      dct_interleave16(row6, row7);
> +   }
> +
> +   // row pass
> +   dct_pass(bias_1, 17);
> +
> +   {
> +      // pack
> +      __m128i p0 = _mm_packus_epi16(row0, row1); // a0a1a2a3...a7b0b1b2b3...b7
> +      __m128i p1 = _mm_packus_epi16(row2, row3);
> +      __m128i p2 = _mm_packus_epi16(row4, row5);
> +      __m128i p3 = _mm_packus_epi16(row6, row7);
> +
> +      // 8bit 8x8 transpose pass 1
> +      dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0e0a1e1...
> +      dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // c0g0c1g1...
> +
> +      // transpose pass 2
> +      dct_interleave8(p0, p1); // a0c0e0g0...
> +      dct_interleave8(p2, p3); // b0d0f0h0...
> +
> +      // transpose pass 3
> +      dct_interleave8(p0, p2); // a0b0c0d0...
> +      dct_interleave8(p1, p3); // a4b4c4d4...
> +
> +      // store
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p0); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p0, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p2); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p2, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p1); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p1, 0x4e)); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, p3); out += out_stride;
> +      _mm_storel_epi64((__m128i *) out, _mm_shuffle_epi32(p3, 0x4e));
> +   }
> +
> +#undef dct_const
> +#undef dct_rot
> +#undef dct_widen
> +#undef dct_wadd
> +#undef dct_wsub
> +#undef dct_bfly32o
> +#undef dct_interleave8
> +#undef dct_interleave16
> +#undef dct_pass
> +}
> +
> +#endif // STBI_SSE2
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_NEON
> +
> +// NEON integer IDCT. should produce bit-identical
> +// results to the generic C version.
> +static void stbi__idct_simd(stbi_uc *out, int out_stride, short data[64])
> +{
> +   int16x8_t row0, row1, row2, row3, row4, row5, row6, row7;
> +
> +   int16x4_t rot0_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(0.5411961f));
> +   int16x4_t rot0_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.847759065f));
> +   int16x4_t rot0_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.765366865f));
> +   int16x4_t rot1_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.175875602f));
> +   int16x4_t rot1_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.899976223f));
> +   int16x4_t rot1_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-2.562915447f));
> +   int16x4_t rot2_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-1.961570560f));
> +   int16x4_t rot2_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f(-0.390180644f));
> +   int16x4_t rot3_0 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 0.298631336f));
> +   int16x4_t rot3_1 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 2.053119869f));
> +   int16x4_t rot3_2 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 3.072711026f));
> +   int16x4_t rot3_3 = vdup_n_s16(stbi__f2f( 1.501321110f));
> +
> +#define dct_long_mul(out, inq, coeff) \
> +   int32x4_t out##_l = vmull_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \
> +   int32x4_t out##_h = vmull_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), coeff)
> +
> +#define dct_long_mac(out, acc, inq, coeff) \
> +   int32x4_t out##_l = vmlal_s16(acc##_l, vget_low_s16(inq), coeff); \
> +   int32x4_t out##_h = vmlal_s16(acc##_h, vget_high_s16(inq), coeff)
> +
> +#define dct_widen(out, inq) \
> +   int32x4_t out##_l = vshll_n_s16(vget_low_s16(inq), 12); \
> +   int32x4_t out##_h = vshll_n_s16(vget_high_s16(inq), 12)
> +
> +// wide add
> +#define dct_wadd(out, a, b) \
> +   int32x4_t out##_l = vaddq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \
> +   int32x4_t out##_h = vaddq_s32(a##_h, b##_h)
> +
> +// wide sub
> +#define dct_wsub(out, a, b) \
> +   int32x4_t out##_l = vsubq_s32(a##_l, b##_l); \
> +   int32x4_t out##_h = vsubq_s32(a##_h, b##_h)
> +
> +// butterfly a/b, then shift using "shiftop" by "s" and pack
> +#define dct_bfly32o(out0,out1, a,b,shiftop,s) \
> +   { \
> +      dct_wadd(sum, a, b); \
> +      dct_wsub(dif, a, b); \
> +      out0 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(sum_l, s), shiftop(sum_h, s)); \
> +      out1 = vcombine_s16(shiftop(dif_l, s), shiftop(dif_h, s)); \
> +   }
> +
> +#define dct_pass(shiftop, shift) \
> +   { \
> +      /* even part */ \
> +      int16x8_t sum26 = vaddq_s16(row2, row6); \
> +      dct_long_mul(p1e, sum26, rot0_0); \
> +      dct_long_mac(t2e, p1e, row6, rot0_1); \
> +      dct_long_mac(t3e, p1e, row2, rot0_2); \
> +      int16x8_t sum04 = vaddq_s16(row0, row4); \
> +      int16x8_t dif04 = vsubq_s16(row0, row4); \
> +      dct_widen(t0e, sum04); \
> +      dct_widen(t1e, dif04); \
> +      dct_wadd(x0, t0e, t3e); \
> +      dct_wsub(x3, t0e, t3e); \
> +      dct_wadd(x1, t1e, t2e); \
> +      dct_wsub(x2, t1e, t2e); \
> +      /* odd part */ \
> +      int16x8_t sum15 = vaddq_s16(row1, row5); \
> +      int16x8_t sum17 = vaddq_s16(row1, row7); \
> +      int16x8_t sum35 = vaddq_s16(row3, row5); \
> +      int16x8_t sum37 = vaddq_s16(row3, row7); \
> +      int16x8_t sumodd = vaddq_s16(sum17, sum35); \
> +      dct_long_mul(p5o, sumodd, rot1_0); \
> +      dct_long_mac(p1o, p5o, sum17, rot1_1); \
> +      dct_long_mac(p2o, p5o, sum35, rot1_2); \
> +      dct_long_mul(p3o, sum37, rot2_0); \
> +      dct_long_mul(p4o, sum15, rot2_1); \
> +      dct_wadd(sump13o, p1o, p3o); \
> +      dct_wadd(sump24o, p2o, p4o); \
> +      dct_wadd(sump23o, p2o, p3o); \
> +      dct_wadd(sump14o, p1o, p4o); \
> +      dct_long_mac(x4, sump13o, row7, rot3_0); \
> +      dct_long_mac(x5, sump24o, row5, rot3_1); \
> +      dct_long_mac(x6, sump23o, row3, rot3_2); \
> +      dct_long_mac(x7, sump14o, row1, rot3_3); \
> +      dct_bfly32o(row0,row7, x0,x7,shiftop,shift); \
> +      dct_bfly32o(row1,row6, x1,x6,shiftop,shift); \
> +      dct_bfly32o(row2,row5, x2,x5,shiftop,shift); \
> +      dct_bfly32o(row3,row4, x3,x4,shiftop,shift); \
> +   }
> +
> +   // load
> +   row0 = vld1q_s16(data + 0*8);
> +   row1 = vld1q_s16(data + 1*8);
> +   row2 = vld1q_s16(data + 2*8);
> +   row3 = vld1q_s16(data + 3*8);
> +   row4 = vld1q_s16(data + 4*8);
> +   row5 = vld1q_s16(data + 5*8);
> +   row6 = vld1q_s16(data + 6*8);
> +   row7 = vld1q_s16(data + 7*8);
> +
> +   // add DC bias
> +   row0 = vaddq_s16(row0, vsetq_lane_s16(1024, vdupq_n_s16(0), 0));
> +
> +   // column pass
> +   dct_pass(vrshrn_n_s32, 10);
> +
> +   // 16bit 8x8 transpose
> +   {
> +// these three map to a single VTRN.16, VTRN.32, and VSWP, respectively.
> +// whether compilers actually get this is another story, sadly.
> +#define dct_trn16(x, y) { int16x8x2_t t = vtrnq_s16(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; }
> +#define dct_trn32(x, y) { int32x4x2_t t = vtrnq_s32(vreinterpretq_s32_s16(x), vreinterpretq_s32_s16(y)); x = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpretq_s16_s32(t.val[1]); }
> +#define dct_trn64(x, y) { int16x8_t x0 = x; int16x8_t y0 = y; x = vcombine_s16(vget_low_s16(x0), vget_low_s16(y0)); y = vcombine_s16(vget_high_s16(x0), vget_high_s16(y0)); }
> +
> +      // pass 1
> +      dct_trn16(row0, row1); // a0b0a2b2a4b4a6b6
> +      dct_trn16(row2, row3);
> +      dct_trn16(row4, row5);
> +      dct_trn16(row6, row7);
> +
> +      // pass 2
> +      dct_trn32(row0, row2); // a0b0c0d0a4b4c4d4
> +      dct_trn32(row1, row3);
> +      dct_trn32(row4, row6);
> +      dct_trn32(row5, row7);
> +
> +      // pass 3
> +      dct_trn64(row0, row4); // a0b0c0d0e0f0g0h0
> +      dct_trn64(row1, row5);
> +      dct_trn64(row2, row6);
> +      dct_trn64(row3, row7);
> +
> +#undef dct_trn16
> +#undef dct_trn32
> +#undef dct_trn64
> +   }
> +
> +   // row pass
> +   // vrshrn_n_s32 only supports shifts up to 16, we need
> +   // 17. so do a non-rounding shift of 16 first then follow
> +   // up with a rounding shift by 1.
> +   dct_pass(vshrn_n_s32, 16);
> +
> +   {
> +      // pack and round
> +      uint8x8_t p0 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row0, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p1 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row1, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p2 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row2, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p3 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row3, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p4 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row4, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p5 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row5, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p6 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row6, 1);
> +      uint8x8_t p7 = vqrshrun_n_s16(row7, 1);
> +
> +      // again, these can translate into one instruction, but often don't.
> +#define dct_trn8_8(x, y) { uint8x8x2_t t = vtrn_u8(x, y); x = t.val[0]; y = t.val[1]; }
> +#define dct_trn8_16(x, y) { uint16x4x2_t t = vtrn_u16(vreinterpret_u16_u8(x), vreinterpret_u16_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u16(t.val[1]); }
> +#define dct_trn8_32(x, y) { uint32x2x2_t t = vtrn_u32(vreinterpret_u32_u8(x), vreinterpret_u32_u8(y)); x = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[0]); y = vreinterpret_u8_u32(t.val[1]); }
> +
> +      // sadly can't use interleaved stores here since we only write
> +      // 8 bytes to each scan line!
> +
> +      // 8x8 8-bit transpose pass 1
> +      dct_trn8_8(p0, p1);
> +      dct_trn8_8(p2, p3);
> +      dct_trn8_8(p4, p5);
> +      dct_trn8_8(p6, p7);
> +
> +      // pass 2
> +      dct_trn8_16(p0, p2);
> +      dct_trn8_16(p1, p3);
> +      dct_trn8_16(p4, p6);
> +      dct_trn8_16(p5, p7);
> +
> +      // pass 3
> +      dct_trn8_32(p0, p4);
> +      dct_trn8_32(p1, p5);
> +      dct_trn8_32(p2, p6);
> +      dct_trn8_32(p3, p7);
> +
> +      // store
> +      vst1_u8(out, p0); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p1); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p2); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p3); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p4); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p5); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p6); out += out_stride;
> +      vst1_u8(out, p7);
> +
> +#undef dct_trn8_8
> +#undef dct_trn8_16
> +#undef dct_trn8_32
> +   }
> +
> +#undef dct_long_mul
> +#undef dct_long_mac
> +#undef dct_widen
> +#undef dct_wadd
> +#undef dct_wsub
> +#undef dct_bfly32o
> +#undef dct_pass
> +}
> +
> +#endif // STBI_NEON
> +
> +#define STBI__MARKER_none  0xff
> +// if there's a pending marker from the entropy stream, return that
> +// otherwise, fetch from the stream and get a marker. if there's no
> +// marker, return 0xff, which is never a valid marker value
> +static stbi_uc stbi__get_marker(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc x;
> +   if (j->marker != STBI__MARKER_none) { x = j->marker; j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; return x; }
> +   x = stbi__get8(j->s);
> +   if (x != 0xff) return STBI__MARKER_none;
> +   while (x == 0xff)
> +      x = stbi__get8(j->s); // consume repeated 0xff fill bytes
> +   return x;
> +}
> +
> +// in each scan, we'll have scan_n components, and the order
> +// of the components is specified by order[]
> +#define STBI__RESTART(x)     ((x) >= 0xd0 && (x) <= 0xd7)
> +
> +// after a restart interval, stbi__jpeg_reset the entropy decoder and
> +// the dc prediction
> +static void stbi__jpeg_reset(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   j->code_bits = 0;
> +   j->code_buffer = 0;
> +   j->nomore = 0;
> +   j->img_comp[0].dc_pred = j->img_comp[1].dc_pred = j->img_comp[2].dc_pred = j->img_comp[3].dc_pred = 0;
> +   j->marker = STBI__MARKER_none;
> +   j->todo = j->restart_interval ? j->restart_interval : 0x7fffffff;
> +   j->eob_run = 0;
> +   // no more than 1<<31 MCUs if no restart_interal? that's plenty safe,
> +   // since we don't even allow 1<<30 pixels
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(stbi__jpeg *z)
> +{
> +   stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
> +   if (!z->progressive) {
> +      if (z->scan_n == 1) {
> +         int i,j;
> +         STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]);
> +         int n = z->order[0];
> +         // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time,
> +         // in trivial scanline order
> +         // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this
> +         // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such
> +         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
> +         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
> +         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
> +               int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
> +               if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0;
> +               z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
> +               // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval
> +               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
> +                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
> +                  // if it's NOT a restart, then just bail, so we get corrupt data
> +                  // rather than no data
> +                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
> +                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +         return 1;
> +      } else { // interleaved
> +         int i,j,k,x,y;
> +         STBI_SIMD_ALIGN(short, data[64]);
> +         for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) {
> +               // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order
> +               for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) {
> +                  int n = z->order[k];
> +                  // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined
> +                  // by the basic H and V specified for the component
> +                  for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) {
> +                     for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) {
> +                        int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x)*8;
> +                        int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y)*8;
> +                        int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
> +                        if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block(z, data, z->huff_dc+z->img_comp[n].hd, z->huff_ac+ha, z->fast_ac[ha], n, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq])) return 0;
> +                        z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*y2+x2, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
> +                     }
> +                  }
> +               }
> +               // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU,
> +               // so now count down the restart interval
> +               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
> +                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
> +                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
> +                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +         return 1;
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      if (z->scan_n == 1) {
> +         int i,j;
> +         int n = z->order[0];
> +         // non-interleaved data, we just need to process one block at a time,
> +         // in trivial scanline order
> +         // number of blocks to do just depends on how many actual "pixels" this
> +         // component has, independent of interleaved MCU blocking and such
> +         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
> +         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
> +         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
> +               short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
> +               if (z->spec_start == 0) {
> +                  if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n))
> +                     return 0;
> +               } else {
> +                  int ha = z->img_comp[n].ha;
> +                  if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_ac(z, data, &z->huff_ac[ha], z->fast_ac[ha]))
> +                     return 0;
> +               }
> +               // every data block is an MCU, so countdown the restart interval
> +               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
> +                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
> +                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
> +                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +         return 1;
> +      } else { // interleaved
> +         int i,j,k,x,y;
> +         for (j=0; j < z->img_mcu_y; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < z->img_mcu_x; ++i) {
> +               // scan an interleaved mcu... process scan_n components in order
> +               for (k=0; k < z->scan_n; ++k) {
> +                  int n = z->order[k];
> +                  // scan out an mcu's worth of this component; that's just determined
> +                  // by the basic H and V specified for the component
> +                  for (y=0; y < z->img_comp[n].v; ++y) {
> +                     for (x=0; x < z->img_comp[n].h; ++x) {
> +                        int x2 = (i*z->img_comp[n].h + x);
> +                        int y2 = (j*z->img_comp[n].v + y);
> +                        short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (x2 + y2 * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
> +                        if (!stbi__jpeg_decode_block_prog_dc(z, data, &z->huff_dc[z->img_comp[n].hd], n))
> +                           return 0;
> +                     }
> +                  }
> +               }
> +               // after all interleaved components, that's an interleaved MCU,
> +               // so now count down the restart interval
> +               if (--z->todo <= 0) {
> +                  if (z->code_bits < 24) stbi__grow_buffer_unsafe(z);
> +                  if (!STBI__RESTART(z->marker)) return 1;
> +                  stbi__jpeg_reset(z);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +         return 1;
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__jpeg_dequantize(short *data, stbi__uint16 *dequant)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < 64; ++i)
> +      data[i] *= dequant[i];
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__jpeg_finish(stbi__jpeg *z)
> +{
> +   if (z->progressive) {
> +      // dequantize and idct the data
> +      int i,j,n;
> +      for (n=0; n < z->s->img_n; ++n) {
> +         int w = (z->img_comp[n].x+7) >> 3;
> +         int h = (z->img_comp[n].y+7) >> 3;
> +         for (j=0; j < h; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < w; ++i) {
> +               short *data = z->img_comp[n].coeff + 64 * (i + j * z->img_comp[n].coeff_w);
> +               stbi__jpeg_dequantize(data, z->dequant[z->img_comp[n].tq]);
> +               z->idct_block_kernel(z->img_comp[n].data+z->img_comp[n].w2*j*8+i*8, z->img_comp[n].w2, data);
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__process_marker(stbi__jpeg *z, int m)
> +{
> +   int L;
> +   switch (m) {
> +      case STBI__MARKER_none: // no marker found
> +         return stbi__err("expected marker","Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +      case 0xDD: // DRI - specify restart interval
> +         if (stbi__get16be(z->s) != 4) return stbi__err("bad DRI len","Corrupt JPEG");
> +         z->restart_interval = stbi__get16be(z->s);
> +         return 1;
> +
> +      case 0xDB: // DQT - define quantization table
> +         L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2;
> +         while (L > 0) {
> +            int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +            int p = q >> 4, sixteen = (p != 0);
> +            int t = q & 15,i;
> +            if (p != 0 && p != 1) return stbi__err("bad DQT type","Corrupt JPEG");
> +            if (t > 3) return stbi__err("bad DQT table","Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +            for (i=0; i < 64; ++i)
> +               z->dequant[t][stbi__jpeg_dezigzag[i]] = (stbi__uint16)(sixteen ? stbi__get16be(z->s) : stbi__get8(z->s));
> +            L -= (sixteen ? 129 : 65);
> +         }
> +         return L==0;
> +
> +      case 0xC4: // DHT - define huffman table
> +         L = stbi__get16be(z->s)-2;
> +         while (L > 0) {
> +            stbi_uc *v;
> +            int sizes[16],i,n=0;
> +            int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +            int tc = q >> 4;
> +            int th = q & 15;
> +            if (tc > 1 || th > 3) return stbi__err("bad DHT header","Corrupt JPEG");
> +            for (i=0; i < 16; ++i) {
> +               sizes[i] = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +               n += sizes[i];
> +            }
> +            L -= 17;
> +            if (tc == 0) {
> +               if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_dc+th, sizes)) return 0;
> +               v = z->huff_dc[th].values;
> +            } else {
> +               if (!stbi__build_huffman(z->huff_ac+th, sizes)) return 0;
> +               v = z->huff_ac[th].values;
> +            }
> +            for (i=0; i < n; ++i)
> +               v[i] = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +            if (tc != 0)
> +               stbi__build_fast_ac(z->fast_ac[th], z->huff_ac + th);
> +            L -= n;
> +         }
> +         return L==0;
> +   }
> +
> +   // check for comment block or APP blocks
> +   if ((m >= 0xE0 && m <= 0xEF) || m == 0xFE) {
> +      L = stbi__get16be(z->s);
> +      if (L < 2) {
> +         if (m == 0xFE)
> +            return stbi__err("bad COM len","Corrupt JPEG");
> +         else
> +            return stbi__err("bad APP len","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      }
> +      L -= 2;
> +
> +      if (m == 0xE0 && L >= 5) { // JFIF APP0 segment
> +         static const unsigned char tag[5] = {'J','F','I','F','\0'};
> +         int ok = 1;
> +         int i;
> +         for (i=0; i < 5; ++i)
> +            if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i])
> +               ok = 0;
> +         L -= 5;
> +         if (ok)
> +            z->jfif = 1;
> +      } else if (m == 0xEE && L >= 12) { // Adobe APP14 segment
> +         static const unsigned char tag[6] = {'A','d','o','b','e','\0'};
> +         int ok = 1;
> +         int i;
> +         for (i=0; i < 6; ++i)
> +            if (stbi__get8(z->s) != tag[i])
> +               ok = 0;
> +         L -= 6;
> +         if (ok) {
> +            stbi__get8(z->s); // version
> +            stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags0
> +            stbi__get16be(z->s); // flags1
> +            z->app14_color_transform = stbi__get8(z->s); // color transform
> +            L -= 6;
> +         }
> +      }
> +
> +      stbi__skip(z->s, L);
> +      return 1;
> +   }
> +
> +   return stbi__err("unknown marker","Corrupt JPEG");
> +}
> +
> +// after we see SOS
> +static int stbi__process_scan_header(stbi__jpeg *z)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   int Ls = stbi__get16be(z->s);
> +   z->scan_n = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +   if (z->scan_n < 1 || z->scan_n > 4 || z->scan_n > (int) z->s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS component count","Corrupt JPEG");
> +   if (Ls != 6+2*z->scan_n) return stbi__err("bad SOS len","Corrupt JPEG");
> +   for (i=0; i < z->scan_n; ++i) {
> +      int id = stbi__get8(z->s), which;
> +      int q = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +      for (which = 0; which < z->s->img_n; ++which)
> +         if (z->img_comp[which].id == id)
> +            break;
> +      if (which == z->s->img_n) return 0; // no match
> +      z->img_comp[which].hd = q >> 4;   if (z->img_comp[which].hd > 3) return stbi__err("bad DC huff","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      z->img_comp[which].ha = q & 15;   if (z->img_comp[which].ha > 3) return stbi__err("bad AC huff","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      z->order[i] = which;
> +   }
> +
> +   {
> +      int aa;
> +      z->spec_start = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +      z->spec_end   = stbi__get8(z->s); // should be 63, but might be 0
> +      aa = stbi__get8(z->s);
> +      z->succ_high = (aa >> 4);
> +      z->succ_low  = (aa & 15);
> +      if (z->progressive) {
> +         if (z->spec_start > 63 || z->spec_end > 63  || z->spec_start > z->spec_end || z->succ_high > 13 || z->succ_low > 13)
> +            return stbi__err("bad SOS", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +      } else {
> +         if (z->spec_start != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG");
> +         if (z->succ_high != 0 || z->succ_low != 0) return stbi__err("bad SOS","Corrupt JPEG");
> +         z->spec_end = 63;
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__free_jpeg_components(stbi__jpeg *z, int ncomp, int why)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < ncomp; ++i) {
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data) {
> +         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_data);
> +         z->img_comp[i].raw_data = NULL;
> +         z->img_comp[i].data = NULL;
> +      }
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff) {
> +         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff);
> +         z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0;
> +         z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0;
> +      }
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].linebuf) {
> +         STBI_FREE(z->img_comp[i].linebuf);
> +         z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return why;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__process_frame_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan)
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s = z->s;
> +   int Lf,p,i,q, h_max=1,v_max=1,c;
> +   Lf = stbi__get16be(s);         if (Lf < 11) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG
> +   p  = stbi__get8(s);            if (p != 8) return stbi__err("only 8-bit","JPEG format not supported: 8-bit only"); // JPEG baseline
> +   s->img_y = stbi__get16be(s);   if (s->img_y == 0) return stbi__err("no header height", "JPEG format not supported: delayed height"); // Legal, but we don't handle it--but neither does IJG
> +   s->img_x = stbi__get16be(s);   if (s->img_x == 0) return stbi__err("0 width","Corrupt JPEG"); // JPEG requires
> +   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   c = stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (c != 3 && c != 1 && c != 4) return stbi__err("bad component count","Corrupt JPEG");
> +   s->img_n = c;
> +   for (i=0; i < c; ++i) {
> +      z->img_comp[i].data = NULL;
> +      z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
> +   }
> +
> +   if (Lf != 8+3*s->img_n) return stbi__err("bad SOF len","Corrupt JPEG");
> +
> +   z->rgb = 0;
> +   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
> +      static const unsigned char rgb[3] = { 'R', 'G', 'B' };
> +      z->img_comp[i].id = stbi__get8(s);
> +      if (s->img_n == 3 && z->img_comp[i].id == rgb[i])
> +         ++z->rgb;
> +      q = stbi__get8(s);
> +      z->img_comp[i].h = (q >> 4);  if (!z->img_comp[i].h || z->img_comp[i].h > 4) return stbi__err("bad H","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      z->img_comp[i].v = q & 15;    if (!z->img_comp[i].v || z->img_comp[i].v > 4) return stbi__err("bad V","Corrupt JPEG");
> +      z->img_comp[i].tq = stbi__get8(s);  if (z->img_comp[i].tq > 3) return stbi__err("bad TQ","Corrupt JPEG");
> +   }
> +
> +   if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_x, s->img_y, s->img_n, 0)) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode");
> +
> +   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].h > h_max) h_max = z->img_comp[i].h;
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].v > v_max) v_max = z->img_comp[i].v;
> +   }
> +
> +   // compute interleaved mcu info
> +   z->img_h_max = h_max;
> +   z->img_v_max = v_max;
> +   z->img_mcu_w = h_max * 8;
> +   z->img_mcu_h = v_max * 8;
> +   // these sizes can't be more than 17 bits
> +   z->img_mcu_x = (s->img_x + z->img_mcu_w-1) / z->img_mcu_w;
> +   z->img_mcu_y = (s->img_y + z->img_mcu_h-1) / z->img_mcu_h;
> +
> +   for (i=0; i < s->img_n; ++i) {
> +      // number of effective pixels (e.g. for non-interleaved MCU)
> +      z->img_comp[i].x = (s->img_x * z->img_comp[i].h + h_max-1) / h_max;
> +      z->img_comp[i].y = (s->img_y * z->img_comp[i].v + v_max-1) / v_max;
> +      // to simplify generation, we'll allocate enough memory to decode
> +      // the bogus oversized data from using interleaved MCUs and their
> +      // big blocks (e.g. a 16x16 iMCU on an image of width 33); we won't
> +      // discard the extra data until colorspace conversion
> +      //
> +      // img_mcu_x, img_mcu_y: <=17 bits; comp[i].h and .v are <=4 (checked earlier)
> +      // so these muls can't overflow with 32-bit ints (which we require)
> +      z->img_comp[i].w2 = z->img_mcu_x * z->img_comp[i].h * 8;
> +      z->img_comp[i].h2 = z->img_mcu_y * z->img_comp[i].v * 8;
> +      z->img_comp[i].coeff = 0;
> +      z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = 0;
> +      z->img_comp[i].linebuf = NULL;
> +      z->img_comp[i].raw_data = stbi__malloc_mad2(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, 15);
> +      if (z->img_comp[i].raw_data == NULL)
> +         return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"));
> +      // align blocks for idct using mmx/sse
> +      z->img_comp[i].data = (stbi_uc*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_data + 15) & ~15);
> +      if (z->progressive) {
> +         // w2, h2 are multiples of 8 (see above)
> +         z->img_comp[i].coeff_w = z->img_comp[i].w2 / 8;
> +         z->img_comp[i].coeff_h = z->img_comp[i].h2 / 8;
> +         z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff = stbi__malloc_mad3(z->img_comp[i].w2, z->img_comp[i].h2, sizeof(short), 15);
> +         if (z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff == NULL)
> +            return stbi__free_jpeg_components(z, i+1, stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory"));
> +         z->img_comp[i].coeff = (short*) (((size_t) z->img_comp[i].raw_coeff + 15) & ~15);
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// use comparisons since in some cases we handle more than one case (e.g. SOF)
> +#define stbi__DNL(x)         ((x) == 0xdc)
> +#define stbi__SOI(x)         ((x) == 0xd8)
> +#define stbi__EOI(x)         ((x) == 0xd9)
> +#define stbi__SOF(x)         ((x) == 0xc0 || (x) == 0xc1 || (x) == 0xc2)
> +#define stbi__SOS(x)         ((x) == 0xda)
> +
> +#define stbi__SOF_progressive(x)   ((x) == 0xc2)
> +
> +static int stbi__decode_jpeg_header(stbi__jpeg *z, int scan)
> +{
> +   int m;
> +   z->jfif = 0;
> +   z->app14_color_transform = -1; // valid values are 0,1,2
> +   z->marker = STBI__MARKER_none; // initialize cached marker to empty
> +   m = stbi__get_marker(z);
> +   if (!stbi__SOI(m)) return stbi__err("no SOI","Corrupt JPEG");
> +   if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1;
> +   m = stbi__get_marker(z);
> +   while (!stbi__SOF(m)) {
> +      if (!stbi__process_marker(z,m)) return 0;
> +      m = stbi__get_marker(z);
> +      while (m == STBI__MARKER_none) {
> +         // some files have extra padding after their blocks, so ok, we'll scan
> +         if (stbi__at_eof(z->s)) return stbi__err("no SOF", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +         m = stbi__get_marker(z);
> +      }
> +   }
> +   z->progressive = stbi__SOF_progressive(m);
> +   if (!stbi__process_frame_header(z, scan)) return 0;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// decode image to YCbCr format
> +static int stbi__decode_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   int m;
> +   for (m = 0; m < 4; m++) {
> +      j->img_comp[m].raw_data = NULL;
> +      j->img_comp[m].raw_coeff = NULL;
> +   }
> +   j->restart_interval = 0;
> +   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_load)) return 0;
> +   m = stbi__get_marker(j);
> +   while (!stbi__EOI(m)) {
> +      if (stbi__SOS(m)) {
> +         if (!stbi__process_scan_header(j)) return 0;
> +         if (!stbi__parse_entropy_coded_data(j)) return 0;
> +         if (j->marker == STBI__MARKER_none ) {
> +            // handle 0s at the end of image data from IP Kamera 9060
> +            while (!stbi__at_eof(j->s)) {
> +               int x = stbi__get8(j->s);
> +               if (x == 255) {
> +                  j->marker = stbi__get8(j->s);
> +                  break;
> +               }
> +            }
> +            // if we reach eof without hitting a marker, stbi__get_marker() below will fail and we'll eventually return 0
> +         }
> +      } else if (stbi__DNL(m)) {
> +         int Ld = stbi__get16be(j->s);
> +         stbi__uint32 NL = stbi__get16be(j->s);
> +         if (Ld != 4) return stbi__err("bad DNL len", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +         if (NL != j->s->img_y) return stbi__err("bad DNL height", "Corrupt JPEG");
> +      } else {
> +         if (!stbi__process_marker(j, m)) return 0;
> +      }
> +      m = stbi__get_marker(j);
> +   }
> +   if (j->progressive)
> +      stbi__jpeg_finish(j);
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// static jfif-centered resampling (across block boundaries)
> +
> +typedef stbi_uc *(*resample_row_func)(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in0, stbi_uc *in1,
> +                                    int w, int hs);
> +
> +#define stbi__div4(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 2))
> +
> +static stbi_uc *resample_row_1(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(out);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(w);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
> +   return in_near;
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc* stbi__resample_row_v_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   // need to generate two samples vertically for every one in input
> +   int i;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
> +   for (i=0; i < w; ++i)
> +      out[i] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[i] + in_far[i] + 2);
> +   return out;
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc*  stbi__resample_row_h_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   // need to generate two samples horizontally for every one in input
> +   int i;
> +   stbi_uc *input = in_near;
> +
> +   if (w == 1) {
> +      // if only one sample, can't do any interpolation
> +      out[0] = out[1] = input[0];
> +      return out;
> +   }
> +
> +   out[0] = input[0];
> +   out[1] = stbi__div4(input[0]*3 + input[1] + 2);
> +   for (i=1; i < w-1; ++i) {
> +      int n = 3*input[i]+2;
> +      out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(n+input[i-1]);
> +      out[i*2+1] = stbi__div4(n+input[i+1]);
> +   }
> +   out[i*2+0] = stbi__div4(input[w-2]*3 + input[w-1] + 2);
> +   out[i*2+1] = input[w-1];
> +
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
> +
> +   return out;
> +}
> +
> +#define stbi__div16(x) ((stbi_uc) ((x) >> 4))
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input
> +   int i,t0,t1;
> +   if (w == 1) {
> +      out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2);
> +      return out;
> +   }
> +
> +   t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0];
> +   out[0] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
> +   for (i=1; i < w; ++i) {
> +      t0 = t1;
> +      t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i];
> +      out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8);
> +      out[i*2  ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
> +   }
> +   out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
> +
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
> +
> +   return out;
> +}
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON)
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   // need to generate 2x2 samples for every one in input
> +   int i=0,t0,t1;
> +
> +   if (w == 1) {
> +      out[0] = out[1] = stbi__div4(3*in_near[0] + in_far[0] + 2);
> +      return out;
> +   }
> +
> +   t1 = 3*in_near[0] + in_far[0];
> +   // process groups of 8 pixels for as long as we can.
> +   // note we can't handle the last pixel in a row in this loop
> +   // because we need to handle the filter boundary conditions.
> +   for (; i < ((w-1) & ~7); i += 8) {
> +#if defined(STBI_SSE2)
> +      // load and perform the vertical filtering pass
> +      // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x)
> +      __m128i zero  = _mm_setzero_si128();
> +      __m128i farb  = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_far + i));
> +      __m128i nearb = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (in_near + i));
> +      __m128i farw  = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(farb, zero);
> +      __m128i nearw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(nearb, zero);
> +      __m128i diff  = _mm_sub_epi16(farw, nearw);
> +      __m128i nears = _mm_slli_epi16(nearw, 2);
> +      __m128i curr  = _mm_add_epi16(nears, diff); // current row
> +
> +      // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current
> +      // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to
> +      // insert the previous pixel value (from t1).
> +      // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel
> +      // of next block of 8 pixels added in.
> +      __m128i prv0 = _mm_slli_si128(curr, 2);
> +      __m128i nxt0 = _mm_srli_si128(curr, 2);
> +      __m128i prev = _mm_insert_epi16(prv0, t1, 0);
> +      __m128i next = _mm_insert_epi16(nxt0, 3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], 7);
> +
> +      // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient:
> +      // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur)
> +      // odd  pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur)
> +      // note the shared term.
> +      __m128i bias  = _mm_set1_epi16(8);
> +      __m128i curs = _mm_slli_epi16(curr, 2);
> +      __m128i prvd = _mm_sub_epi16(prev, curr);
> +      __m128i nxtd = _mm_sub_epi16(next, curr);
> +      __m128i curb = _mm_add_epi16(curs, bias);
> +      __m128i even = _mm_add_epi16(prvd, curb);
> +      __m128i odd  = _mm_add_epi16(nxtd, curb);
> +
> +      // interleave even and odd pixels, then undo scaling.
> +      __m128i int0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(even, odd);
> +      __m128i int1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(even, odd);
> +      __m128i de0  = _mm_srli_epi16(int0, 4);
> +      __m128i de1  = _mm_srli_epi16(int1, 4);
> +
> +      // pack and write output
> +      __m128i outv = _mm_packus_epi16(de0, de1);
> +      _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + i*2), outv);
> +#elif defined(STBI_NEON)
> +      // load and perform the vertical filtering pass
> +      // this uses 3*x + y = 4*x + (y - x)
> +      uint8x8_t farb  = vld1_u8(in_far + i);
> +      uint8x8_t nearb = vld1_u8(in_near + i);
> +      int16x8_t diff  = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vsubl_u8(farb, nearb));
> +      int16x8_t nears = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(nearb, 2));
> +      int16x8_t curr  = vaddq_s16(nears, diff); // current row
> +
> +      // horizontal filter works the same based on shifted vers of current
> +      // row. "prev" is current row shifted right by 1 pixel; we need to
> +      // insert the previous pixel value (from t1).
> +      // "next" is current row shifted left by 1 pixel, with first pixel
> +      // of next block of 8 pixels added in.
> +      int16x8_t prv0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 7);
> +      int16x8_t nxt0 = vextq_s16(curr, curr, 1);
> +      int16x8_t prev = vsetq_lane_s16(t1, prv0, 0);
> +      int16x8_t next = vsetq_lane_s16(3*in_near[i+8] + in_far[i+8], nxt0, 7);
> +
> +      // horizontal filter, polyphase implementation since it's convenient:
> +      // even pixels = 3*cur + prev = cur*4 + (prev - cur)
> +      // odd  pixels = 3*cur + next = cur*4 + (next - cur)
> +      // note the shared term.
> +      int16x8_t curs = vshlq_n_s16(curr, 2);
> +      int16x8_t prvd = vsubq_s16(prev, curr);
> +      int16x8_t nxtd = vsubq_s16(next, curr);
> +      int16x8_t even = vaddq_s16(curs, prvd);
> +      int16x8_t odd  = vaddq_s16(curs, nxtd);
> +
> +      // undo scaling and round, then store with even/odd phases interleaved
> +      uint8x8x2_t o;
> +      o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(even, 4);
> +      o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(odd,  4);
> +      vst2_u8(out + i*2, o);
> +#endif
> +
> +      // "previous" value for next iter
> +      t1 = 3*in_near[i+7] + in_far[i+7];
> +   }
> +
> +   t0 = t1;
> +   t1 = 3*in_near[i] + in_far[i];
> +   out[i*2] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
> +
> +   for (++i; i < w; ++i) {
> +      t0 = t1;
> +      t1 = 3*in_near[i]+in_far[i];
> +      out[i*2-1] = stbi__div16(3*t0 + t1 + 8);
> +      out[i*2  ] = stbi__div16(3*t1 + t0 + 8);
> +   }
> +   out[w*2-1] = stbi__div4(t1+2);
> +
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(hs);
> +
> +   return out;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__resample_row_generic(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc *in_near, stbi_uc *in_far, int w, int hs)
> +{
> +   // resample with nearest-neighbor
> +   int i,j;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(in_far);
> +   for (i=0; i < w; ++i)
> +      for (j=0; j < hs; ++j)
> +         out[i*hs+j] = in_near[i];
> +   return out;
> +}
> +
> +// this is a reduced-precision calculation of YCbCr-to-RGB introduced
> +// to make sure the code produces the same results in both SIMD and scalar
> +#define stbi__float2fixed(x)  (((int) ((x) * 4096.0f + 0.5f)) << 8)
> +static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row(stbi_uc *out, const stbi_uc *y, const stbi_uc *pcb, const stbi_uc *pcr, int count, int step)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < count; ++i) {
> +      int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding
> +      int r,g,b;
> +      int cr = pcr[i] - 128;
> +      int cb = pcb[i] - 128;
> +      r = y_fixed +  cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f);
> +      g = y_fixed + (cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f)) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000);
> +      b = y_fixed                                     +   cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f);
> +      r >>= 20;
> +      g >>= 20;
> +      b >>= 20;
> +      if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; }
> +      if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; }
> +      if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; }
> +      out[0] = (stbi_uc)r;
> +      out[1] = (stbi_uc)g;
> +      out[2] = (stbi_uc)b;
> +      out[3] = 255;
> +      out += step;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +#if defined(STBI_SSE2) || defined(STBI_NEON)
> +static void stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd(stbi_uc *out, stbi_uc const *y, stbi_uc const *pcb, stbi_uc const *pcr, int count, int step)
> +{
> +   int i = 0;
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_SSE2
> +   // step == 3 is pretty ugly on the final interleave, and i'm not convinced
> +   // it's useful in practice (you wouldn't use it for textures, for example).
> +   // so just accelerate step == 4 case.
> +   if (step == 4) {
> +      // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized.
> +      __m128i signflip  = _mm_set1_epi8(-0x80);
> +      __m128i cr_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16(   (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      __m128i cr_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      __m128i cb_const0 = _mm_set1_epi16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      __m128i cb_const1 = _mm_set1_epi16(   (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      __m128i y_bias = _mm_set1_epi8((char) (unsigned char) 128);
> +      __m128i xw = _mm_set1_epi16(255); // alpha channel
> +
> +      for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) {
> +         // load
> +         __m128i y_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (y+i));
> +         __m128i cr_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcr+i));
> +         __m128i cb_bytes = _mm_loadl_epi64((__m128i *) (pcb+i));
> +         __m128i cr_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cr_bytes, signflip); // -128
> +         __m128i cb_biased = _mm_xor_si128(cb_bytes, signflip); // -128
> +
> +         // unpack to short (and left-shift cr, cb by 8)
> +         __m128i yw  = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(y_bias, y_bytes);
> +         __m128i crw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cr_biased);
> +         __m128i cbw = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(_mm_setzero_si128(), cb_biased);
> +
> +         // color transform
> +         __m128i yws = _mm_srli_epi16(yw, 4);
> +         __m128i cr0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cr_const0, crw);
> +         __m128i cb0 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cb_const0, cbw);
> +         __m128i cb1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(cbw, cb_const1);
> +         __m128i cr1 = _mm_mulhi_epi16(crw, cr_const1);
> +         __m128i rws = _mm_add_epi16(cr0, yws);
> +         __m128i gwt = _mm_add_epi16(cb0, yws);
> +         __m128i bws = _mm_add_epi16(yws, cb1);
> +         __m128i gws = _mm_add_epi16(gwt, cr1);
> +
> +         // descale
> +         __m128i rw = _mm_srai_epi16(rws, 4);
> +         __m128i bw = _mm_srai_epi16(bws, 4);
> +         __m128i gw = _mm_srai_epi16(gws, 4);
> +
> +         // back to byte, set up for transpose
> +         __m128i brb = _mm_packus_epi16(rw, bw);
> +         __m128i gxb = _mm_packus_epi16(gw, xw);
> +
> +         // transpose to interleave channels
> +         __m128i t0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi8(brb, gxb);
> +         __m128i t1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi8(brb, gxb);
> +         __m128i o0 = _mm_unpacklo_epi16(t0, t1);
> +         __m128i o1 = _mm_unpackhi_epi16(t0, t1);
> +
> +         // store
> +         _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 0), o0);
> +         _mm_storeu_si128((__m128i *) (out + 16), o1);
> +         out += 32;
> +      }
> +   }
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_NEON
> +   // in this version, step=3 support would be easy to add. but is there demand?
> +   if (step == 4) {
> +      // this is a fairly straightforward implementation and not super-optimized.
> +      uint8x8_t signflip = vdup_n_u8(0x80);
> +      int16x8_t cr_const0 = vdupq_n_s16(   (short) ( 1.40200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      int16x8_t cr_const1 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.71414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      int16x8_t cb_const0 = vdupq_n_s16( - (short) ( 0.34414f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +      int16x8_t cb_const1 = vdupq_n_s16(   (short) ( 1.77200f*4096.0f+0.5f));
> +
> +      for (; i+7 < count; i += 8) {
> +         // load
> +         uint8x8_t y_bytes  = vld1_u8(y + i);
> +         uint8x8_t cr_bytes = vld1_u8(pcr + i);
> +         uint8x8_t cb_bytes = vld1_u8(pcb + i);
> +         int8x8_t cr_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cr_bytes, signflip));
> +         int8x8_t cb_biased = vreinterpret_s8_u8(vsub_u8(cb_bytes, signflip));
> +
> +         // expand to s16
> +         int16x8_t yws = vreinterpretq_s16_u16(vshll_n_u8(y_bytes, 4));
> +         int16x8_t crw = vshll_n_s8(cr_biased, 7);
> +         int16x8_t cbw = vshll_n_s8(cb_biased, 7);
> +
> +         // color transform
> +         int16x8_t cr0 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const0);
> +         int16x8_t cb0 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const0);
> +         int16x8_t cr1 = vqdmulhq_s16(crw, cr_const1);
> +         int16x8_t cb1 = vqdmulhq_s16(cbw, cb_const1);
> +         int16x8_t rws = vaddq_s16(yws, cr0);
> +         int16x8_t gws = vaddq_s16(vaddq_s16(yws, cb0), cr1);
> +         int16x8_t bws = vaddq_s16(yws, cb1);
> +
> +         // undo scaling, round, convert to byte
> +         uint8x8x4_t o;
> +         o.val[0] = vqrshrun_n_s16(rws, 4);
> +         o.val[1] = vqrshrun_n_s16(gws, 4);
> +         o.val[2] = vqrshrun_n_s16(bws, 4);
> +         o.val[3] = vdup_n_u8(255);
> +
> +         // store, interleaving r/g/b/a
> +         vst4_u8(out, o);
> +         out += 8*4;
> +      }
> +   }
> +#endif
> +
> +   for (; i < count; ++i) {
> +      int y_fixed = (y[i] << 20) + (1<<19); // rounding
> +      int r,g,b;
> +      int cr = pcr[i] - 128;
> +      int cb = pcb[i] - 128;
> +      r = y_fixed + cr* stbi__float2fixed(1.40200f);
> +      g = y_fixed + cr*-stbi__float2fixed(0.71414f) + ((cb*-stbi__float2fixed(0.34414f)) & 0xffff0000);
> +      b = y_fixed                                   +   cb* stbi__float2fixed(1.77200f);
> +      r >>= 20;
> +      g >>= 20;
> +      b >>= 20;
> +      if ((unsigned) r > 255) { if (r < 0) r = 0; else r = 255; }
> +      if ((unsigned) g > 255) { if (g < 0) g = 0; else g = 255; }
> +      if ((unsigned) b > 255) { if (b < 0) b = 0; else b = 255; }
> +      out[0] = (stbi_uc)r;
> +      out[1] = (stbi_uc)g;
> +      out[2] = (stbi_uc)b;
> +      out[3] = 255;
> +      out += step;
> +   }
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// set up the kernels
> +static void stbi__setup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_block;
> +   j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_row;
> +   j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2;
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_SSE2
> +   if (stbi__sse2_available()) {
> +      j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd;
> +      j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd;
> +      j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd;
> +   }
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifdef STBI_NEON
> +   j->idct_block_kernel = stbi__idct_simd;
> +   j->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel = stbi__YCbCr_to_RGB_simd;
> +   j->resample_row_hv_2_kernel = stbi__resample_row_hv_2_simd;
> +#endif
> +}
> +
> +// clean up the temporary component buffers
> +static void stbi__cleanup_jpeg(stbi__jpeg *j)
> +{
> +   stbi__free_jpeg_components(j, j->s->img_n, 0);
> +}
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   resample_row_func resample;
> +   stbi_uc *line0,*line1;
> +   int hs,vs;   // expansion factor in each axis
> +   int w_lores; // horizontal pixels pre-expansion
> +   int ystep;   // how far through vertical expansion we are
> +   int ypos;    // which pre-expansion row we're on
> +} stbi__resample;
> +
> +// fast 0..255 * 0..255 => 0..255 rounded multiplication
> +static stbi_uc stbi__blinn_8x8(stbi_uc x, stbi_uc y)
> +{
> +   unsigned int t = x*y + 128;
> +   return (stbi_uc) ((t + (t >>8)) >> 8);
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc *load_jpeg_image(stbi__jpeg *z, int *out_x, int *out_y, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   int n, decode_n, is_rgb;
> +   z->s->img_n = 0; // make stbi__cleanup_jpeg safe
> +
> +   // validate req_comp
> +   if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error");
> +
> +   // load a jpeg image from whichever source, but leave in YCbCr format
> +   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_image(z)) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return NULL; }
> +
> +   // determine actual number of components to generate
> +   n = req_comp ? req_comp : z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1;
> +
> +   is_rgb = z->s->img_n == 3 && (z->rgb == 3 || (z->app14_color_transform == 0 && !z->jfif));
> +
> +   if (z->s->img_n == 3 && n < 3 && !is_rgb)
> +      decode_n = 1;
> +   else
> +      decode_n = z->s->img_n;
> +
> +   // resample and color-convert
> +   {
> +      int k;
> +      unsigned int i,j;
> +      stbi_uc *output;
> +      stbi_uc *coutput[4] = { NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL };
> +
> +      stbi__resample res_comp[4];
> +
> +      for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) {
> +         stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k];
> +
> +         // allocate line buffer big enough for upsampling off the edges
> +         // with upsample factor of 4
> +         z->img_comp[k].linebuf = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(z->s->img_x + 3);
> +         if (!z->img_comp[k].linebuf) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
> +
> +         r->hs      = z->img_h_max / z->img_comp[k].h;
> +         r->vs      = z->img_v_max / z->img_comp[k].v;
> +         r->ystep   = r->vs >> 1;
> +         r->w_lores = (z->s->img_x + r->hs-1) / r->hs;
> +         r->ypos    = 0;
> +         r->line0   = r->line1 = z->img_comp[k].data;
> +
> +         if      (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = resample_row_1;
> +         else if (r->hs == 1 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_v_2;
> +         else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 1) r->resample = stbi__resample_row_h_2;
> +         else if (r->hs == 2 && r->vs == 2) r->resample = z->resample_row_hv_2_kernel;
> +         else                               r->resample = stbi__resample_row_generic;
> +      }
> +
> +      // can't error after this so, this is safe
> +      output = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(n, z->s->img_x, z->s->img_y, 1);
> +      if (!output) { stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z); return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory"); }
> +
> +      // now go ahead and resample
> +      for (j=0; j < z->s->img_y; ++j) {
> +         stbi_uc *out = output + n * z->s->img_x * j;
> +         for (k=0; k < decode_n; ++k) {
> +            stbi__resample *r = &res_comp[k];
> +            int y_bot = r->ystep >= (r->vs >> 1);
> +            coutput[k] = r->resample(z->img_comp[k].linebuf,
> +                                     y_bot ? r->line1 : r->line0,
> +                                     y_bot ? r->line0 : r->line1,
> +                                     r->w_lores, r->hs);
> +            if (++r->ystep >= r->vs) {
> +               r->ystep = 0;
> +               r->line0 = r->line1;
> +               if (++r->ypos < z->img_comp[k].y)
> +                  r->line1 += z->img_comp[k].w2;
> +            }
> +         }
> +         if (n >= 3) {
> +            stbi_uc *y = coutput[0];
> +            if (z->s->img_n == 3) {
> +               if (is_rgb) {
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                     out[0] = y[i];
> +                     out[1] = coutput[1][i];
> +                     out[2] = coutput[2][i];
> +                     out[3] = 255;
> +                     out += n;
> +                  }
> +               } else {
> +                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
> +               }
> +            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4) {
> +               if (z->app14_color_transform == 0) { // CMYK
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                     stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
> +                     out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], m);
> +                     out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], m);
> +                     out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], m);
> +                     out[3] = 255;
> +                     out += n;
> +                  }
> +               } else if (z->app14_color_transform == 2) { // YCCK
> +                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                     stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
> +                     out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[0], m);
> +                     out[1] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[1], m);
> +                     out[2] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - out[2], m);
> +                     out += n;
> +                  }
> +               } else { // YCbCr + alpha?  Ignore the fourth channel for now
> +                  z->YCbCr_to_RGB_kernel(out, y, coutput[1], coutput[2], z->s->img_x, n);
> +               }
> +            } else
> +               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                  out[0] = out[1] = out[2] = y[i];
> +                  out[3] = 255; // not used if n==3
> +                  out += n;
> +               }
> +         } else {
> +            if (is_rgb) {
> +               if (n == 1)
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i)
> +                     *out++ = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]);
> +               else {
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i, out += 2) {
> +                     out[0] = stbi__compute_y(coutput[0][i], coutput[1][i], coutput[2][i]);
> +                     out[1] = 255;
> +                  }
> +               }
> +            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 0) {
> +               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                  stbi_uc m = coutput[3][i];
> +                  stbi_uc r = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[0][i], m);
> +                  stbi_uc g = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[1][i], m);
> +                  stbi_uc b = stbi__blinn_8x8(coutput[2][i], m);
> +                  out[0] = stbi__compute_y(r, g, b);
> +                  out[1] = 255;
> +                  out += n;
> +               }
> +            } else if (z->s->img_n == 4 && z->app14_color_transform == 2) {
> +               for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) {
> +                  out[0] = stbi__blinn_8x8(255 - coutput[0][i], coutput[3][i]);
> +                  out[1] = 255;
> +                  out += n;
> +               }
> +            } else {
> +               stbi_uc *y = coutput[0];
> +               if (n == 1)
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) out[i] = y[i];
> +               else
> +                  for (i=0; i < z->s->img_x; ++i) { *out++ = y[i]; *out++ = 255; }
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +      stbi__cleanup_jpeg(z);
> +      *out_x = z->s->img_x;
> +      *out_y = z->s->img_y;
> +      if (comp) *comp = z->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1; // report original components, not output
> +      return output;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__jpeg_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   unsigned char* result;
> +   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg));
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +   j->s = s;
> +   stbi__setup_jpeg(j);
> +   result = load_jpeg_image(j, x,y,comp,req_comp);
> +   STBI_FREE(j);
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__jpeg_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r;
> +   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*)stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg));
> +   j->s = s;
> +   stbi__setup_jpeg(j);
> +   r = stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_type);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   STBI_FREE(j);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__jpeg_info_raw(stbi__jpeg *j, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   if (!stbi__decode_jpeg_header(j, STBI__SCAN_header)) {
> +      stbi__rewind( j->s );
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (x) *x = j->s->img_x;
> +   if (y) *y = j->s->img_y;
> +   if (comp) *comp = j->s->img_n >= 3 ? 3 : 1;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__jpeg_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   int result;
> +   stbi__jpeg* j = (stbi__jpeg*) (stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__jpeg)));
> +   j->s = s;
> +   result = stbi__jpeg_info_raw(j, x, y, comp);
> +   STBI_FREE(j);
> +   return result;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// public domain zlib decode    v0.2  Sean Barrett 2006-11-18
> +//    simple implementation
> +//      - all input must be provided in an upfront buffer
> +//      - all output is written to a single output buffer (can malloc/realloc)
> +//    performance
> +//      - fast huffman
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_ZLIB
> +
> +// fast-way is faster to check than jpeg huffman, but slow way is slower
> +#define STBI__ZFAST_BITS  9 // accelerate all cases in default tables
> +#define STBI__ZFAST_MASK  ((1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS) - 1)
> +
> +// zlib-style huffman encoding
> +// (jpegs packs from left, zlib from right, so can't share code)
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__uint16 fast[1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS];
> +   stbi__uint16 firstcode[16];
> +   int maxcode[17];
> +   stbi__uint16 firstsymbol[16];
> +   stbi_uc  size[288];
> +   stbi__uint16 value[288];
> +} stbi__zhuffman;
> +
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__bitreverse16(int n)
> +{
> +  n = ((n & 0xAAAA) >>  1) | ((n & 0x5555) << 1);
> +  n = ((n & 0xCCCC) >>  2) | ((n & 0x3333) << 2);
> +  n = ((n & 0xF0F0) >>  4) | ((n & 0x0F0F) << 4);
> +  n = ((n & 0xFF00) >>  8) | ((n & 0x00FF) << 8);
> +  return n;
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__bit_reverse(int v, int bits)
> +{
> +   STBI_ASSERT(bits <= 16);
> +   // to bit reverse n bits, reverse 16 and shift
> +   // e.g. 11 bits, bit reverse and shift away 5
> +   return stbi__bitreverse16(v) >> (16-bits);
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__zbuild_huffman(stbi__zhuffman *z, const stbi_uc *sizelist, int num)
> +{
> +   int i,k=0;
> +   int code, next_code[16], sizes[17];
> +
> +   // DEFLATE spec for generating codes
> +   memset(sizes, 0, sizeof(sizes));
> +   memset(z->fast, 0, sizeof(z->fast));
> +   for (i=0; i < num; ++i)
> +      ++sizes[sizelist[i]];
> +   sizes[0] = 0;
> +   for (i=1; i < 16; ++i)
> +      if (sizes[i] > (1 << i))
> +         return stbi__err("bad sizes", "Corrupt PNG");
> +   code = 0;
> +   for (i=1; i < 16; ++i) {
> +      next_code[i] = code;
> +      z->firstcode[i] = (stbi__uint16) code;
> +      z->firstsymbol[i] = (stbi__uint16) k;
> +      code = (code + sizes[i]);
> +      if (sizes[i])
> +         if (code-1 >= (1 << i)) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG");
> +      z->maxcode[i] = code << (16-i); // preshift for inner loop
> +      code <<= 1;
> +      k += sizes[i];
> +   }
> +   z->maxcode[16] = 0x10000; // sentinel
> +   for (i=0; i < num; ++i) {
> +      int s = sizelist[i];
> +      if (s) {
> +         int c = next_code[s] - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s];
> +         stbi__uint16 fastv = (stbi__uint16) ((s << 9) | i);
> +         z->size [c] = (stbi_uc     ) s;
> +         z->value[c] = (stbi__uint16) i;
> +         if (s <= STBI__ZFAST_BITS) {
> +            int j = stbi__bit_reverse(next_code[s],s);
> +            while (j < (1 << STBI__ZFAST_BITS)) {
> +               z->fast[j] = fastv;
> +               j += (1 << s);
> +            }
> +         }
> +         ++next_code[s];
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +// zlib-from-memory implementation for PNG reading
> +//    because PNG allows splitting the zlib stream arbitrarily,
> +//    and it's annoying structurally to have PNG call ZLIB call PNG,
> +//    we require PNG read all the IDATs and combine them into a single
> +//    memory buffer
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *zbuffer, *zbuffer_end;
> +   int num_bits;
> +   stbi__uint32 code_buffer;
> +
> +   char *zout;
> +   char *zout_start;
> +   char *zout_end;
> +   int   z_expandable;
> +
> +   stbi__zhuffman z_length, z_distance;
> +} stbi__zbuf;
> +
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__zeof(stbi__zbuf *z)
> +{
> +   return (z->zbuffer >= z->zbuffer_end);
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static stbi_uc stbi__zget8(stbi__zbuf *z)
> +{
> +   return stbi__zeof(z) ? 0 : *z->zbuffer++;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__fill_bits(stbi__zbuf *z)
> +{
> +   do {
> +      if (z->code_buffer >= (1U << z->num_bits)) {
> +        z->zbuffer = z->zbuffer_end;  /* treat this as EOF so we fail. */
> +        return;
> +      }
> +      z->code_buffer |= (unsigned int) stbi__zget8(z) << z->num_bits;
> +      z->num_bits += 8;
> +   } while (z->num_bits <= 24);
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static unsigned int stbi__zreceive(stbi__zbuf *z, int n)
> +{
> +   unsigned int k;
> +   if (z->num_bits < n) stbi__fill_bits(z);
> +   k = z->code_buffer & ((1 << n) - 1);
> +   z->code_buffer >>= n;
> +   z->num_bits -= n;
> +   return k;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z)
> +{
> +   int b,s,k;
> +   // not resolved by fast table, so compute it the slow way
> +   // use jpeg approach, which requires MSbits at top
> +   k = stbi__bit_reverse(a->code_buffer, 16);
> +   for (s=STBI__ZFAST_BITS+1; ; ++s)
> +      if (k < z->maxcode[s])
> +         break;
> +   if (s >= 16) return -1; // invalid code!
> +   // code size is s, so:
> +   b = (k >> (16-s)) - z->firstcode[s] + z->firstsymbol[s];
> +   if ((long unsigned int) b >= sizeof (z->size)) return -1; // some data was corrupt somewhere!
> +   if (z->size[b] != s) return -1;  // was originally an assert, but report failure instead.
> +   a->code_buffer >>= s;
> +   a->num_bits -= s;
> +   return z->value[b];
> +}
> +
> +stbi_inline static int stbi__zhuffman_decode(stbi__zbuf *a, stbi__zhuffman *z)
> +{
> +   int b,s;
> +   if (a->num_bits < 16) {
> +      if (stbi__zeof(a)) {
> +         return -1;   /* report error for unexpected end of data. */
> +      }
> +      stbi__fill_bits(a);
> +   }
> +   b = z->fast[a->code_buffer & STBI__ZFAST_MASK];
> +   if (b) {
> +      s = b >> 9;
> +      a->code_buffer >>= s;
> +      a->num_bits -= s;
> +      return b & 511;
> +   }
> +   return stbi__zhuffman_decode_slowpath(a, z);
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__zexpand(stbi__zbuf *z, char *zout, int n)  // need to make room for n bytes
> +{
> +   char *q;
> +   unsigned int cur, limit, old_limit;
> +   z->zout = zout;
> +   if (!z->z_expandable) return stbi__err("output buffer limit","Corrupt PNG");
> +   cur   = (unsigned int) (z->zout - z->zout_start);
> +   limit = old_limit = (unsigned) (z->zout_end - z->zout_start);
> +   if (UINT_MAX - cur < (unsigned) n) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   while (cur + n > limit) {
> +      if(limit > UINT_MAX / 2) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +      limit *= 2;
> +   }
> +   q = (char *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->zout_start, old_limit, limit);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(old_limit);
> +   if (q == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   z->zout_start = q;
> +   z->zout       = q + cur;
> +   z->zout_end   = q + limit;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static const int stbi__zlength_base[31] = {
> +   3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,
> +   15,17,19,23,27,31,35,43,51,59,
> +   67,83,99,115,131,163,195,227,258,0,0 };
> +
> +static const int stbi__zlength_extra[31]=
> +{ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3,4,4,4,4,5,5,5,5,0,0,0 };
> +
> +static const int stbi__zdist_base[32] = { 1,2,3,4,5,7,9,13,17,25,33,49,65,97,129,193,
> +257,385,513,769,1025,1537,2049,3073,4097,6145,8193,12289,16385,24577,0,0};
> +
> +static const int stbi__zdist_extra[32] =
> +{ 0,0,0,0,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,13,13};
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_huffman_block(stbi__zbuf *a)
> +{
> +   char *zout = a->zout;
> +   for(;;) {
> +      int z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_length);
> +      if (z < 256) {
> +         if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG"); // error in huffman codes
> +         if (zout >= a->zout_end) {
> +            if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, 1)) return 0;
> +            zout = a->zout;
> +         }
> +         *zout++ = (char) z;
> +      } else {
> +         stbi_uc *p;
> +         int len,dist;
> +         if (z == 256) {
> +            a->zout = zout;
> +            return 1;
> +         }
> +         z -= 257;
> +         len = stbi__zlength_base[z];
> +         if (stbi__zlength_extra[z]) len += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zlength_extra[z]);
> +         z = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &a->z_distance);
> +         if (z < 0) return stbi__err("bad huffman code","Corrupt PNG");
> +         dist = stbi__zdist_base[z];
> +         if (stbi__zdist_extra[z]) dist += stbi__zreceive(a, stbi__zdist_extra[z]);
> +         if (zout - a->zout_start < dist) return stbi__err("bad dist","Corrupt PNG");
> +         if (zout + len > a->zout_end) {
> +            if (!stbi__zexpand(a, zout, len)) return 0;
> +            zout = a->zout;
> +         }
> +         p = (stbi_uc *) (zout - dist);
> +         if (dist == 1) { // run of one byte; common in images.
> +            stbi_uc v = *p;
> +            if (len) { do *zout++ = v; while (--len); }
> +         } else {
> +            if (len) { do *zout++ = *p++; while (--len); }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__compute_huffman_codes(stbi__zbuf *a)
> +{
> +   static const stbi_uc length_dezigzag[19] = { 16,17,18,0,8,7,9,6,10,5,11,4,12,3,13,2,14,1,15 };
> +   stbi__zhuffman z_codelength;
> +   stbi_uc lencodes[286+32+137];//padding for maximum single op
> +   stbi_uc codelength_sizes[19];
> +   int i,n;
> +
> +   int hlit  = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 257;
> +   int hdist = stbi__zreceive(a,5) + 1;
> +   int hclen = stbi__zreceive(a,4) + 4;
> +   int ntot  = hlit + hdist;
> +
> +   memset(codelength_sizes, 0, sizeof(codelength_sizes));
> +   for (i=0; i < hclen; ++i) {
> +      int s = stbi__zreceive(a,3);
> +      codelength_sizes[length_dezigzag[i]] = (stbi_uc) s;
> +   }
> +   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&z_codelength, codelength_sizes, 19)) return 0;
> +
> +   n = 0;
> +   while (n < ntot) {
> +      int c = stbi__zhuffman_decode(a, &z_codelength);
> +      if (c < 0 || c >= 19) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
> +      if (c < 16)
> +         lencodes[n++] = (stbi_uc) c;
> +      else {
> +         stbi_uc fill = 0;
> +         if (c == 16) {
> +            c = stbi__zreceive(a,2)+3;
> +            if (n == 0) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            fill = lencodes[n-1];
> +         } else if (c == 17) {
> +            c = stbi__zreceive(a,3)+3;
> +         } else if (c == 18) {
> +            c = stbi__zreceive(a,7)+11;
> +         } else {
> +            return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
> +         }
> +         if (ntot - n < c) return stbi__err("bad codelengths", "Corrupt PNG");
> +         memset(lencodes+n, fill, c);
> +         n += c;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   if (n != ntot) return stbi__err("bad codelengths","Corrupt PNG");
> +   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length, lencodes, hlit)) return 0;
> +   if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, lencodes+hlit, hdist)) return 0;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(stbi__zbuf *a)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc header[4];
> +   int len,nlen,k;
> +   if (a->num_bits & 7)
> +      stbi__zreceive(a, a->num_bits & 7); // discard
> +   // drain the bit-packed data into header
> +   k = 0;
> +   while (a->num_bits > 0) {
> +      header[k++] = (stbi_uc) (a->code_buffer & 255); // suppress MSVC run-time check
> +      a->code_buffer >>= 8;
> +      a->num_bits -= 8;
> +   }
> +   if (a->num_bits < 0) return stbi__err("zlib corrupt","Corrupt PNG");
> +   // now fill header the normal way
> +   while (k < 4)
> +      header[k++] = stbi__zget8(a);
> +   len  = header[1] * 256 + header[0];
> +   nlen = header[3] * 256 + header[2];
> +   if (nlen != (len ^ 0xffff)) return stbi__err("zlib corrupt","Corrupt PNG");
> +   if (a->zbuffer + len > a->zbuffer_end) return stbi__err("read past buffer","Corrupt PNG");
> +   if (a->zout + len > a->zout_end)
> +      if (!stbi__zexpand(a, a->zout, len)) return 0;
> +   memcpy(a->zout, a->zbuffer, len);
> +   a->zbuffer += len;
> +   a->zout += len;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_zlib_header(stbi__zbuf *a)
> +{
> +   int cmf   = stbi__zget8(a);
> +   int cm    = cmf & 15;
> +   /* int cinfo = cmf >> 4; */
> +   int flg   = stbi__zget8(a);
> +   if (stbi__zeof(a)) return stbi__err("bad zlib header","Corrupt PNG"); // zlib spec
> +   if ((cmf*256+flg) % 31 != 0) return stbi__err("bad zlib header","Corrupt PNG"); // zlib spec
> +   if (flg & 32) return stbi__err("no preset dict","Corrupt PNG"); // preset dictionary not allowed in png
> +   if (cm != 8) return stbi__err("bad compression","Corrupt PNG"); // DEFLATE required for png
> +   // window = 1 << (8 + cinfo)... but who cares, we fully buffer output
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_length[288] =
> +{
> +   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
> +   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
> +   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
> +   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,
> +   8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
> +   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
> +   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
> +   9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9, 9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,
> +   7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7, 7,7,7,7,7,7,7,7,8,8,8,8,8,8,8,8
> +};
> +static const stbi_uc stbi__zdefault_distance[32] =
> +{
> +   5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5
> +};
> +/*
> +Init algorithm:
> +{
> +   int i;   // use <= to match clearly with spec
> +   for (i=0; i <= 143; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 8;
> +   for (   ; i <= 255; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 9;
> +   for (   ; i <= 279; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 7;
> +   for (   ; i <= 287; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_length[i]   = 8;
> +
> +   for (i=0; i <=  31; ++i)     stbi__zdefault_distance[i] = 5;
> +}
> +*/
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, int parse_header)
> +{
> +   int final, type;
> +   if (parse_header)
> +      if (!stbi__parse_zlib_header(a)) return 0;
> +   a->num_bits = 0;
> +   a->code_buffer = 0;
> +   do {
> +      final = stbi__zreceive(a,1);
> +      type = stbi__zreceive(a,2);
> +      if (type == 0) {
> +         if (!stbi__parse_uncompressed_block(a)) return 0;
> +      } else if (type == 3) {
> +         return 0;
> +      } else {
> +         if (type == 1) {
> +            // use fixed code lengths
> +            if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_length  , stbi__zdefault_length  , 288)) return 0;
> +            if (!stbi__zbuild_huffman(&a->z_distance, stbi__zdefault_distance,  32)) return 0;
> +         } else {
> +            if (!stbi__compute_huffman_codes(a)) return 0;
> +         }
> +         if (!stbi__parse_huffman_block(a)) return 0;
> +      }
> +   } while (!final);
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__do_zlib(stbi__zbuf *a, char *obuf, int olen, int exp, int parse_header)
> +{
> +   a->zout_start = obuf;
> +   a->zout       = obuf;
> +   a->zout_end   = obuf + olen;
> +   a->z_expandable = exp;
> +
> +   return stbi__parse_zlib(a, parse_header);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen)
> +{
> +   stbi__zbuf a;
> +   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size);
> +   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
> +   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
> +   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len;
> +   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, 1)) {
> +      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
> +      return a.zout_start;
> +   } else {
> +      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
> +      return NULL;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen)
> +{
> +   return stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize(buffer, len, 16384, outlen);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag(const char *buffer, int len, int initial_size, int *outlen, int parse_header)
> +{
> +   stbi__zbuf a;
> +   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(initial_size);
> +   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
> +   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
> +   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer + len;
> +   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, initial_size, 1, parse_header)) {
> +      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
> +      return a.zout_start;
> +   } else {
> +      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
> +      return NULL;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, char const *ibuffer, int ilen)
> +{
> +   stbi__zbuf a;
> +   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer;
> +   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen;
> +   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 1))
> +      return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
> +   else
> +      return -1;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF char *stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_malloc(char const *buffer, int len, int *outlen)
> +{
> +   stbi__zbuf a;
> +   char *p = (char *) stbi__malloc(16384);
> +   if (p == NULL) return NULL;
> +   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) buffer;
> +   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) buffer+len;
> +   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, p, 16384, 1, 0)) {
> +      if (outlen) *outlen = (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
> +      return a.zout_start;
> +   } else {
> +      STBI_FREE(a.zout_start);
> +      return NULL;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_zlib_decode_noheader_buffer(char *obuffer, int olen, const char *ibuffer, int ilen)
> +{
> +   stbi__zbuf a;
> +   a.zbuffer = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer;
> +   a.zbuffer_end = (stbi_uc *) ibuffer + ilen;
> +   if (stbi__do_zlib(&a, obuffer, olen, 0, 0))
> +      return (int) (a.zout - a.zout_start);
> +   else
> +      return -1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// public domain "baseline" PNG decoder   v0.10  Sean Barrett 2006-11-18
> +//    simple implementation
> +//      - only 8-bit samples
> +//      - no CRC checking
> +//      - allocates lots of intermediate memory
> +//        - avoids problem of streaming data between subsystems
> +//        - avoids explicit window management
> +//    performance
> +//      - uses stb_zlib, a PD zlib implementation with fast huffman decoding
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__uint32 length;
> +   stbi__uint32 type;
> +} stbi__pngchunk;
> +
> +static stbi__pngchunk stbi__get_chunk_header(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   stbi__pngchunk c;
> +   c.length = stbi__get32be(s);
> +   c.type   = stbi__get32be(s);
> +   return c;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__check_png_header(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   static const stbi_uc png_sig[8] = { 137,80,78,71,13,10,26,10 };
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < 8; ++i)
> +      if (stbi__get8(s) != png_sig[i]) return stbi__err("bad png sig","Not a PNG");
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s;
> +   stbi_uc *idata, *expanded, *out;
> +   int depth;
> +} stbi__png;
> +
> +
> +enum {
> +   STBI__F_none=0,
> +   STBI__F_sub=1,
> +   STBI__F_up=2,
> +   STBI__F_avg=3,
> +   STBI__F_paeth=4,
> +   // synthetic filters used for first scanline to avoid needing a dummy row of 0s
> +   STBI__F_avg_first,
> +   STBI__F_paeth_first
> +};
> +
> +static stbi_uc first_row_filter[5] =
> +{
> +   STBI__F_none,
> +   STBI__F_sub,
> +   STBI__F_none,
> +   STBI__F_avg_first,
> +   STBI__F_paeth_first
> +};
> +
> +static int stbi__paeth(int a, int b, int c)
> +{
> +   int p = a + b - c;
> +   int pa = abs(p-a);
> +   int pb = abs(p-b);
> +   int pc = abs(p-c);
> +   if (pa <= pb && pa <= pc) return a;
> +   if (pb <= pc) return b;
> +   return c;
> +}
> +
> +static const stbi_uc stbi__depth_scale_table[9] = { 0, 0xff, 0x55, 0, 0x11, 0,0,0, 0x01 };
> +
> +// create the png data from post-deflated data
> +static int stbi__create_png_image_raw(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *raw, stbi__uint32 raw_len, int out_n, stbi__uint32 x, stbi__uint32 y, int depth, int color)
> +{
> +   int bytes = (depth == 16? 2 : 1);
> +   stbi__context *s = a->s;
> +   stbi__uint32 i,j,stride = x*out_n*bytes;
> +   stbi__uint32 img_len, img_width_bytes;
> +   int k;
> +   int img_n = s->img_n; // copy it into a local for later
> +
> +   int output_bytes = out_n*bytes;
> +   int filter_bytes = img_n*bytes;
> +   int width = x;
> +
> +   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == s->img_n || out_n == s->img_n+1);
> +   a->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, output_bytes, 0); // extra bytes to write off the end into
> +   if (!a->out) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(img_n, x, depth, 7)) return stbi__err("too large", "Corrupt PNG");
> +   img_width_bytes = (((img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3);
> +   img_len = (img_width_bytes + 1) * y;
> +
> +   // we used to check for exact match between raw_len and img_len on non-interlaced PNGs,
> +   // but issue #276 reported a PNG in the wild that had extra data at the end (all zeros),
> +   // so just check for raw_len < img_len always.
> +   if (raw_len < img_len) return stbi__err("not enough pixels","Corrupt PNG");
> +
> +   for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
> +      stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j;
> +      stbi_uc *prior;
> +      int filter = *raw++;
> +
> +      if (filter > 4)
> +         return stbi__err("invalid filter","Corrupt PNG");
> +
> +      if (depth < 8) {
> +         if (img_width_bytes > x) return stbi__err("invalid width","Corrupt PNG");
> +         cur += x*out_n - img_width_bytes; // store output to the rightmost img_len bytes, so we can decode in place
> +         filter_bytes = 1;
> +         width = img_width_bytes;
> +      }
> +      prior = cur - stride; // bugfix: need to compute this after 'cur +=' computation above
> +
> +      // if first row, use special filter that doesn't sample previous row
> +      if (j == 0) filter = first_row_filter[filter];
> +
> +      // handle first byte explicitly
> +      for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k) {
> +         switch (filter) {
> +            case STBI__F_none       : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
> +            case STBI__F_sub        : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
> +            case STBI__F_up         : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); break;
> +            case STBI__F_avg        : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (prior[k]>>1)); break;
> +            case STBI__F_paeth      : cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(0,prior[k],0)); break;
> +            case STBI__F_avg_first  : cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
> +            case STBI__F_paeth_first: cur[k] = raw[k]; break;
> +         }
> +      }
> +
> +      if (depth == 8) {
> +         if (img_n != out_n)
> +            cur[img_n] = 255; // first pixel
> +         raw += img_n;
> +         cur += out_n;
> +         prior += out_n;
> +      } else if (depth == 16) {
> +         if (img_n != out_n) {
> +            cur[filter_bytes]   = 255; // first pixel top byte
> +            cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255; // first pixel bottom byte
> +         }
> +         raw += filter_bytes;
> +         cur += output_bytes;
> +         prior += output_bytes;
> +      } else {
> +         raw += 1;
> +         cur += 1;
> +         prior += 1;
> +      }
> +
> +      // this is a little gross, so that we don't switch per-pixel or per-component
> +      if (depth < 8 || img_n == out_n) {
> +         int nk = (width - 1)*filter_bytes;
> +         #define STBI__CASE(f) \
> +             case f:     \
> +                for (k=0; k < nk; ++k)
> +         switch (filter) {
> +            // "none" filter turns into a memcpy here; make that explicit.
> +            case STBI__F_none:         memcpy(cur, raw, nk); break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes]); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up)           { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k-filter_bytes])>>1)); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth)        { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],prior[k],prior[k-filter_bytes])); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first)    { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k-filter_bytes] >> 1)); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first)  { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k-filter_bytes],0,0)); } break;
> +         }
> +         #undef STBI__CASE
> +         raw += nk;
> +      } else {
> +         STBI_ASSERT(img_n+1 == out_n);
> +         #define STBI__CASE(f) \
> +             case f:     \
> +                for (i=x-1; i >= 1; --i, cur[filter_bytes]=255,raw+=filter_bytes,cur+=output_bytes,prior+=output_bytes) \
> +                   for (k=0; k < filter_bytes; ++k)
> +         switch (filter) {
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_none)         { cur[k] = raw[k]; } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_sub)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + cur[k- output_bytes]); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_up)           { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + prior[k]); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg)          { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + ((prior[k] + cur[k- output_bytes])>>1)); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth)        { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],prior[k],prior[k- output_bytes])); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_avg_first)    { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + (cur[k- output_bytes] >> 1)); } break;
> +            STBI__CASE(STBI__F_paeth_first)  { cur[k] = STBI__BYTECAST(raw[k] + stbi__paeth(cur[k- output_bytes],0,0)); } break;
> +         }
> +         #undef STBI__CASE
> +
> +         // the loop above sets the high byte of the pixels' alpha, but for
> +         // 16 bit png files we also need the low byte set. we'll do that here.
> +         if (depth == 16) {
> +            cur = a->out + stride*j; // start at the beginning of the row again
> +            for (i=0; i < x; ++i,cur+=output_bytes) {
> +               cur[filter_bytes+1] = 255;
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // we make a separate pass to expand bits to pixels; for performance,
> +   // this could run two scanlines behind the above code, so it won't
> +   // intefere with filtering but will still be in the cache.
> +   if (depth < 8) {
> +      for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
> +         stbi_uc *cur = a->out + stride*j;
> +         stbi_uc *in  = a->out + stride*j + x*out_n - img_width_bytes;
> +         // unpack 1/2/4-bit into a 8-bit buffer. allows us to keep the common 8-bit path optimal at minimal cost for 1/2/4-bit
> +         // png guarante byte alignment, if width is not multiple of 8/4/2 we'll decode dummy trailing data that will be skipped in the later loop
> +         stbi_uc scale = (color == 0) ? stbi__depth_scale_table[depth] : 1; // scale grayscale values to 0..255 range
> +
> +         // note that the final byte might overshoot and write more data than desired.
> +         // we can allocate enough data that this never writes out of memory, but it
> +         // could also overwrite the next scanline. can it overwrite non-empty data
> +         // on the next scanline? yes, consider 1-pixel-wide scanlines with 1-bit-per-pixel.
> +         // so we need to explicitly clamp the final ones
> +
> +         if (depth == 4) {
> +            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 2; k-=2, ++in) {
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4)       );
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x0f);
> +            }
> +            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4)       );
> +         } else if (depth == 2) {
> +            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 4; k-=4, ++in) {
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6)       );
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x03);
> +            }
> +            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6)       );
> +            if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x03);
> +            if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x03);
> +         } else if (depth == 1) {
> +            for (k=x*img_n; k >= 8; k-=8, ++in) {
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7)       );
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01);
> +               *cur++ = scale * ((*in     ) & 0x01);
> +            }
> +            if (k > 0) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 7)       );
> +            if (k > 1) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 6) & 0x01);
> +            if (k > 2) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 5) & 0x01);
> +            if (k > 3) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 4) & 0x01);
> +            if (k > 4) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 3) & 0x01);
> +            if (k > 5) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 2) & 0x01);
> +            if (k > 6) *cur++ = scale * ((*in >> 1) & 0x01);
> +         }
> +         if (img_n != out_n) {
> +            int q;
> +            // insert alpha = 255
> +            cur = a->out + stride*j;
> +            if (img_n == 1) {
> +               for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) {
> +                  cur[q*2+1] = 255;
> +                  cur[q*2+0] = cur[q];
> +               }
> +            } else {
> +               STBI_ASSERT(img_n == 3);
> +               for (q=x-1; q >= 0; --q) {
> +                  cur[q*4+3] = 255;
> +                  cur[q*4+2] = cur[q*3+2];
> +                  cur[q*4+1] = cur[q*3+1];
> +                  cur[q*4+0] = cur[q*3+0];
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   } else if (depth == 16) {
> +      // force the image data from big-endian to platform-native.
> +      // this is done in a separate pass due to the decoding relying
> +      // on the data being untouched, but could probably be done
> +      // per-line during decode if care is taken.
> +      stbi_uc *cur = a->out;
> +      stbi__uint16 *cur16 = (stbi__uint16*)cur;
> +
> +      for(i=0; i < x*y*out_n; ++i,cur16++,cur+=2) {
> +         *cur16 = (cur[0] << 8) | cur[1];
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__create_png_image(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *image_data, stbi__uint32 image_data_len, int out_n, int depth, int color, int interlaced)
> +{
> +   int bytes = (depth == 16 ? 2 : 1);
> +   int out_bytes = out_n * bytes;
> +   stbi_uc *final;
> +   int p;
> +   if (!interlaced)
> +      return stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, depth, color);
> +
> +   // de-interlacing
> +   final = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(a->s->img_x, a->s->img_y, out_bytes, 0);
> +   for (p=0; p < 7; ++p) {
> +      int xorig[] = { 0,4,0,2,0,1,0 };
> +      int yorig[] = { 0,0,4,0,2,0,1 };
> +      int xspc[]  = { 8,8,4,4,2,2,1 };
> +      int yspc[]  = { 8,8,8,4,4,2,2 };
> +      int i,j,x,y;
> +      // pass1_x[4] = 0, pass1_x[5] = 1, pass1_x[12] = 1
> +      x = (a->s->img_x - xorig[p] + xspc[p]-1) / xspc[p];
> +      y = (a->s->img_y - yorig[p] + yspc[p]-1) / yspc[p];
> +      if (x && y) {
> +         stbi__uint32 img_len = ((((a->s->img_n * x * depth) + 7) >> 3) + 1) * y;
> +         if (!stbi__create_png_image_raw(a, image_data, image_data_len, out_n, x, y, depth, color)) {
> +            STBI_FREE(final);
> +            return 0;
> +         }
> +         for (j=0; j < y; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < x; ++i) {
> +               int out_y = j*yspc[p]+yorig[p];
> +               int out_x = i*xspc[p]+xorig[p];
> +               memcpy(final + out_y*a->s->img_x*out_bytes + out_x*out_bytes,
> +                      a->out + (j*x+i)*out_bytes, out_bytes);
> +            }
> +         }
> +         STBI_FREE(a->out);
> +         image_data += img_len;
> +         image_data_len -= img_len;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   a->out = final;
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__compute_transparency(stbi__png *z, stbi_uc tc[3], int out_n)
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s = z->s;
> +   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
> +   stbi_uc *p = z->out;
> +
> +   // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've
> +   // already got 255 as the alpha value in the output
> +   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4);
> +
> +   if (out_n == 2) {
> +      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 255);
> +         p += 2;
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2])
> +            p[3] = 0;
> +         p += 4;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__compute_transparency16(stbi__png *z, stbi__uint16 tc[3], int out_n)
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s = z->s;
> +   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
> +   stbi__uint16 *p = (stbi__uint16*) z->out;
> +
> +   // compute color-based transparency, assuming we've
> +   // already got 65535 as the alpha value in the output
> +   STBI_ASSERT(out_n == 2 || out_n == 4);
> +
> +   if (out_n == 2) {
> +      for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         p[1] = (p[0] == tc[0] ? 0 : 65535);
> +         p += 2;
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      for (i = 0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         if (p[0] == tc[0] && p[1] == tc[1] && p[2] == tc[2])
> +            p[3] = 0;
> +         p += 4;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__expand_png_palette(stbi__png *a, stbi_uc *palette, int len, int pal_img_n)
> +{
> +   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = a->s->img_x * a->s->img_y;
> +   stbi_uc *p, *temp_out, *orig = a->out;
> +
> +   p = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(pixel_count, pal_img_n, 0);
> +   if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   // between here and free(out) below, exitting would leak
> +   temp_out = p;
> +
> +   if (pal_img_n == 3) {
> +      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         int n = orig[i]*4;
> +         p[0] = palette[n  ];
> +         p[1] = palette[n+1];
> +         p[2] = palette[n+2];
> +         p += 3;
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         int n = orig[i]*4;
> +         p[0] = palette[n  ];
> +         p[1] = palette[n+1];
> +         p[2] = palette[n+2];
> +         p[3] = palette[n+3];
> +         p += 4;
> +      }
> +   }
> +   STBI_FREE(a->out);
> +   a->out = temp_out;
> +
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(len);
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = 0;
> +static int stbi__de_iphone_flag = 0;
> +
> +STBIDEF void stbi_set_unpremultiply_on_load(int flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply)
> +{
> +   stbi__unpremultiply_on_load = flag_true_if_should_unpremultiply;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF void stbi_convert_iphone_png_to_rgb(int flag_true_if_should_convert)
> +{
> +   stbi__de_iphone_flag = flag_true_if_should_convert;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__de_iphone(stbi__png *z)
> +{
> +   stbi__context *s = z->s;
> +   stbi__uint32 i, pixel_count = s->img_x * s->img_y;
> +   stbi_uc *p = z->out;
> +
> +   if (s->img_out_n == 3) {  // convert bgr to rgb
> +      for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +         stbi_uc t = p[0];
> +         p[0] = p[2];
> +         p[2] = t;
> +         p += 3;
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      STBI_ASSERT(s->img_out_n == 4);
> +      if (stbi__unpremultiply_on_load) {
> +         // convert bgr to rgb and unpremultiply
> +         for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +            stbi_uc a = p[3];
> +            stbi_uc t = p[0];
> +            if (a) {
> +               stbi_uc half = a / 2;
> +               p[0] = (p[2] * 255 + half) / a;
> +               p[1] = (p[1] * 255 + half) / a;
> +               p[2] = ( t   * 255 + half) / a;
> +            } else {
> +               p[0] = p[2];
> +               p[2] = t;
> +            }
> +            p += 4;
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         // convert bgr to rgb
> +         for (i=0; i < pixel_count; ++i) {
> +            stbi_uc t = p[0];
> +            p[0] = p[2];
> +            p[2] = t;
> +            p += 4;
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +#define STBI__PNG_TYPE(a,b,c,d)  (((unsigned) (a) << 24) + ((unsigned) (b) << 16) + ((unsigned) (c) << 8) + (unsigned) (d))
> +
> +static int stbi__parse_png_file(stbi__png *z, int scan, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc palette[1024], pal_img_n=0;
> +   stbi_uc has_trans=0, tc[3]={0};
> +   stbi__uint16 tc16[3];
> +   stbi__uint32 ioff=0, idata_limit=0, i, pal_len=0;
> +   int first=1,k,interlace=0, color=0, is_iphone=0;
> +   stbi__context *s = z->s;
> +
> +   z->expanded = NULL;
> +   z->idata = NULL;
> +   z->out = NULL;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__check_png_header(s)) return 0;
> +
> +   if (scan == STBI__SCAN_type) return 1;
> +
> +   for (;;) {
> +      stbi__pngchunk c = stbi__get_chunk_header(s);
> +      switch (c.type) {
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('C','g','B','I'):
> +            is_iphone = 1;
> +            stbi__skip(s, c.length);
> +            break;
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','H','D','R'): {
> +            int comp,filter;
> +            if (!first) return stbi__err("multiple IHDR","Corrupt PNG");
> +            first = 0;
> +            if (c.length != 13) return stbi__err("bad IHDR len","Corrupt PNG");
> +            s->img_x = stbi__get32be(s);
> +            s->img_y = stbi__get32be(s);
> +            if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +            if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +            z->depth = stbi__get8(s);  if (z->depth != 1 && z->depth != 2 && z->depth != 4 && z->depth != 8 && z->depth != 16)  return stbi__err("1/2/4/8/16-bit only","PNG not supported: 1/2/4/8/16-bit only");
> +            color = stbi__get8(s);  if (color > 6)         return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (color == 3 && z->depth == 16)                  return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (color == 3) pal_img_n = 3; else if (color & 1) return stbi__err("bad ctype","Corrupt PNG");
> +            comp  = stbi__get8(s);  if (comp) return stbi__err("bad comp method","Corrupt PNG");
> +            filter= stbi__get8(s);  if (filter) return stbi__err("bad filter method","Corrupt PNG");
> +            interlace = stbi__get8(s); if (interlace>1) return stbi__err("bad interlace method","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (!s->img_x || !s->img_y) return stbi__err("0-pixel image","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (!pal_img_n) {
> +               s->img_n = (color & 2 ? 3 : 1) + (color & 4 ? 1 : 0);
> +               if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / s->img_n < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large", "Image too large to decode");
> +               if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) return 1;
> +            } else {
> +               // if paletted, then pal_n is our final components, and
> +               // img_n is # components to decompress/filter.
> +               s->img_n = 1;
> +               if ((1 << 30) / s->img_x / 4 < s->img_y) return stbi__err("too large","Corrupt PNG");
> +               // if SCAN_header, have to scan to see if we have a tRNS
> +            }
> +            break;
> +         }
> +
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('P','L','T','E'):  {
> +            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (c.length > 256*3) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
> +            pal_len = c.length / 3;
> +            if (pal_len * 3 != c.length) return stbi__err("invalid PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
> +            for (i=0; i < pal_len; ++i) {
> +               palette[i*4+0] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               palette[i*4+1] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               palette[i*4+2] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               palette[i*4+3] = 255;
> +            }
> +            break;
> +         }
> +
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('t','R','N','S'): {
> +            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (z->idata) return stbi__err("tRNS after IDAT","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (pal_img_n) {
> +               if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = 4; return 1; }
> +               if (pal_len == 0) return stbi__err("tRNS before PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
> +               if (c.length > pal_len) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG");
> +               pal_img_n = 4;
> +               for (i=0; i < c.length; ++i)
> +                  palette[i*4+3] = stbi__get8(s);
> +            } else {
> +               if (!(s->img_n & 1)) return stbi__err("tRNS with alpha","Corrupt PNG");
> +               if (c.length != (stbi__uint32) s->img_n*2) return stbi__err("bad tRNS len","Corrupt PNG");
> +               has_trans = 1;
> +               if (z->depth == 16) {
> +                  for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc16[k] = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16be(s); // copy the values as-is
> +               } else {
> +                  for (k = 0; k < s->img_n; ++k) tc[k] = (stbi_uc)(stbi__get16be(s) & 255) * stbi__depth_scale_table[z->depth]; // non 8-bit images will be larger
> +               }
> +            }
> +            break;
> +         }
> +
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','D','A','T'): {
> +            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (pal_img_n && !pal_len) return stbi__err("no PLTE","Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (scan == STBI__SCAN_header) { s->img_n = pal_img_n; return 1; }
> +            if ((int)(ioff + c.length) < (int)ioff) return 0;
> +            if (ioff + c.length > idata_limit) {
> +               stbi__uint32 idata_limit_old = idata_limit;
> +               stbi_uc *p;
> +               if (idata_limit == 0) idata_limit = c.length > 4096 ? c.length : 4096;
> +               while (ioff + c.length > idata_limit)
> +                  idata_limit *= 2;
> +               STBI_NOTUSED(idata_limit_old);
> +               p = (stbi_uc *) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED(z->idata, idata_limit_old, idata_limit); if (p == NULL) return stbi__err("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +               z->idata = p;
> +            }
> +            if (!stbi__getn(s, z->idata+ioff,c.length)) return stbi__err("outofdata","Corrupt PNG");
> +            ioff += c.length;
> +            break;
> +         }
> +
> +         case STBI__PNG_TYPE('I','E','N','D'): {
> +            stbi__uint32 raw_len, bpl;
> +            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            if (scan != STBI__SCAN_load) return 1;
> +            if (z->idata == NULL) return stbi__err("no IDAT","Corrupt PNG");
> +            // initial guess for decoded data size to avoid unnecessary reallocs
> +            bpl = (s->img_x * z->depth + 7) / 8; // bytes per line, per component
> +            raw_len = bpl * s->img_y * s->img_n /* pixels */ + s->img_y /* filter mode per row */;
> +            z->expanded = (stbi_uc *) stbi_zlib_decode_malloc_guesssize_headerflag((char *) z->idata, ioff, raw_len, (int *) &raw_len, !is_iphone);
> +            if (z->expanded == NULL) return 0; // zlib should set error
> +            STBI_FREE(z->idata); z->idata = NULL;
> +            if ((req_comp == s->img_n+1 && req_comp != 3 && !pal_img_n) || has_trans)
> +               s->img_out_n = s->img_n+1;
> +            else
> +               s->img_out_n = s->img_n;
> +            if (!stbi__create_png_image(z, z->expanded, raw_len, s->img_out_n, z->depth, color, interlace)) return 0;
> +            if (has_trans) {
> +               if (z->depth == 16) {
> +                  if (!stbi__compute_transparency16(z, tc16, s->img_out_n)) return 0;
> +               } else {
> +                  if (!stbi__compute_transparency(z, tc, s->img_out_n)) return 0;
> +               }
> +            }
> +            if (is_iphone && stbi__de_iphone_flag && s->img_out_n > 2)
> +               stbi__de_iphone(z);
> +            if (pal_img_n) {
> +               // pal_img_n == 3 or 4
> +               s->img_n = pal_img_n; // record the actual colors we had
> +               s->img_out_n = pal_img_n;
> +               if (req_comp >= 3) s->img_out_n = req_comp;
> +               if (!stbi__expand_png_palette(z, palette, pal_len, s->img_out_n))
> +                  return 0;
> +            } else if (has_trans) {
> +               // non-paletted image with tRNS -> source image has (constant) alpha
> +               ++s->img_n;
> +            }
> +            STBI_FREE(z->expanded); z->expanded = NULL;
> +            // end of PNG chunk, read and skip CRC
> +            stbi__get32be(s);
> +            return 1;
> +         }
> +
> +         default:
> +            // if critical, fail
> +            if (first) return stbi__err("first not IHDR", "Corrupt PNG");
> +            if ((c.type & (1 << 29)) == 0) {
> +               #ifndef STBI_NO_FAILURE_STRINGS
> +               // not threadsafe
> +               static char invalid_chunk[] = "XXXX PNG chunk not known";
> +               invalid_chunk[0] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 24);
> +               invalid_chunk[1] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >> 16);
> +               invalid_chunk[2] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >>  8);
> +               invalid_chunk[3] = STBI__BYTECAST(c.type >>  0);
> +               #endif
> +               return stbi__err(invalid_chunk, "PNG not supported: unknown PNG chunk type");
> +            }
> +            stbi__skip(s, c.length);
> +            break;
> +      }
> +      // end of PNG chunk, read and skip CRC
> +      stbi__get32be(s);
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__do_png(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *n, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   void *result=NULL;
> +   if (req_comp < 0 || req_comp > 4) return stbi__errpuc("bad req_comp", "Internal error");
> +   if (stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_load, req_comp)) {
> +      if (p->depth <= 8)
> +         ri->bits_per_channel = 8;
> +      else if (p->depth == 16)
> +         ri->bits_per_channel = 16;
> +      else
> +         return stbi__errpuc("bad bits_per_channel", "PNG not supported: unsupported color depth");
> +      result = p->out;
> +      p->out = NULL;
> +      if (req_comp && req_comp != p->s->img_out_n) {
> +         if (ri->bits_per_channel == 8)
> +            result = stbi__convert_format((unsigned char *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y);
> +         else
> +            result = stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) result, p->s->img_out_n, req_comp, p->s->img_x, p->s->img_y);
> +         p->s->img_out_n = req_comp;
> +         if (result == NULL) return result;
> +      }
> +      *x = p->s->img_x;
> +      *y = p->s->img_y;
> +      if (n) *n = p->s->img_n;
> +   }
> +   STBI_FREE(p->out);      p->out      = NULL;
> +   STBI_FREE(p->expanded); p->expanded = NULL;
> +   STBI_FREE(p->idata);    p->idata    = NULL;
> +
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__png_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   stbi__png p;
> +   p.s = s;
> +   return stbi__do_png(&p, x,y,comp,req_comp, ri);
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__png_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r;
> +   r = stbi__check_png_header(s);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__png_info_raw(stbi__png *p, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   if (!stbi__parse_png_file(p, STBI__SCAN_header, 0)) {
> +      stbi__rewind( p->s );
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (x) *x = p->s->img_x;
> +   if (y) *y = p->s->img_y;
> +   if (comp) *comp = p->s->img_n;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__png_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__png p;
> +   p.s = s;
> +   return stbi__png_info_raw(&p, x, y, comp);
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__png_is16(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   stbi__png p;
> +   p.s = s;
> +   if (!stbi__png_info_raw(&p, NULL, NULL, NULL))
> +	   return 0;
> +   if (p.depth != 16) {
> +      stbi__rewind(p.s);
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// Microsoft/Windows BMP image
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +static int stbi__bmp_test_raw(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r;
> +   int sz;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B') return 0;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return 0;
> +   stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize
> +   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
> +   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
> +   stbi__get32le(s); // discard data offset
> +   sz = stbi__get32le(s);
> +   r = (sz == 12 || sz == 40 || sz == 56 || sz == 108 || sz == 124);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__bmp_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r = stbi__bmp_test_raw(s);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +
> +// returns 0..31 for the highest set bit
> +static int stbi__high_bit(unsigned int z)
> +{
> +   int n=0;
> +   if (z == 0) return -1;
> +   if (z >= 0x10000) { n += 16; z >>= 16; }
> +   if (z >= 0x00100) { n +=  8; z >>=  8; }
> +   if (z >= 0x00010) { n +=  4; z >>=  4; }
> +   if (z >= 0x00004) { n +=  2; z >>=  2; }
> +   if (z >= 0x00002) { n +=  1;/* >>=  1;*/ }
> +   return n;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__bitcount(unsigned int a)
> +{
> +   a = (a & 0x55555555) + ((a >>  1) & 0x55555555); // max 2
> +   a = (a & 0x33333333) + ((a >>  2) & 0x33333333); // max 4
> +   a = (a + (a >> 4)) & 0x0f0f0f0f; // max 8 per 4, now 8 bits
> +   a = (a + (a >> 8)); // max 16 per 8 bits
> +   a = (a + (a >> 16)); // max 32 per 8 bits
> +   return a & 0xff;
> +}
> +
> +// extract an arbitrarily-aligned N-bit value (N=bits)
> +// from v, and then make it 8-bits long and fractionally
> +// extend it to full full range.
> +static int stbi__shiftsigned(unsigned int v, int shift, int bits)
> +{
> +   static unsigned int mul_table[9] = {
> +      0,
> +      0xff/*0b11111111*/, 0x55/*0b01010101*/, 0x49/*0b01001001*/, 0x11/*0b00010001*/,
> +      0x21/*0b00100001*/, 0x41/*0b01000001*/, 0x81/*0b10000001*/, 0x01/*0b00000001*/,
> +   };
> +   static unsigned int shift_table[9] = {
> +      0, 0,0,1,0,2,4,6,0,
> +   };
> +   if (shift < 0)
> +      v <<= -shift;
> +   else
> +      v >>= shift;
> +   STBI_ASSERT(v < 256);
> +   v >>= (8-bits);
> +   STBI_ASSERT(bits >= 0 && bits <= 8);
> +   return (int) ((unsigned) v * mul_table[bits]) >> shift_table[bits];
> +}
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   int bpp, offset, hsz;
> +   unsigned int mr,mg,mb,ma, all_a;
> +   int extra_read;
> +} stbi__bmp_data;
> +
> +static void *stbi__bmp_parse_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__bmp_data *info)
> +{
> +   int hsz;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'B' || stbi__get8(s) != 'M') return stbi__errpuc("not BMP", "Corrupt BMP");
> +   stbi__get32le(s); // discard filesize
> +   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
> +   stbi__get16le(s); // discard reserved
> +   info->offset = stbi__get32le(s);
> +   info->hsz = hsz = stbi__get32le(s);
> +   info->mr = info->mg = info->mb = info->ma = 0;
> +   info->extra_read = 14;
> +
> +   if (info->offset < 0) return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
> +
> +   if (hsz != 12 && hsz != 40 && hsz != 56 && hsz != 108 && hsz != 124) return stbi__errpuc("unknown BMP", "BMP type not supported: unknown");
> +   if (hsz == 12) {
> +      s->img_x = stbi__get16le(s);
> +      s->img_y = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   } else {
> +      s->img_x = stbi__get32le(s);
> +      s->img_y = stbi__get32le(s);
> +   }
> +   if (stbi__get16le(s) != 1) return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
> +   info->bpp = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   if (hsz != 12) {
> +      int compress = stbi__get32le(s);
> +      if (compress == 1 || compress == 2) return stbi__errpuc("BMP RLE", "BMP type not supported: RLE");
> +      stbi__get32le(s); // discard sizeof
> +      stbi__get32le(s); // discard hres
> +      stbi__get32le(s); // discard vres
> +      stbi__get32le(s); // discard colorsused
> +      stbi__get32le(s); // discard max important
> +      if (hsz == 40 || hsz == 56) {
> +         if (hsz == 56) {
> +            stbi__get32le(s);
> +            stbi__get32le(s);
> +            stbi__get32le(s);
> +            stbi__get32le(s);
> +         }
> +         if (info->bpp == 16 || info->bpp == 32) {
> +            if (compress == 0) {
> +               if (info->bpp == 32) {
> +                  info->mr = 0xffu << 16;
> +                  info->mg = 0xffu <<  8;
> +                  info->mb = 0xffu <<  0;
> +                  info->ma = 0xffu << 24;
> +                  info->all_a = 0; // if all_a is 0 at end, then we loaded alpha channel but it was all 0
> +               } else {
> +                  info->mr = 31u << 10;
> +                  info->mg = 31u <<  5;
> +                  info->mb = 31u <<  0;
> +               }
> +            } else if (compress == 3) {
> +               info->mr = stbi__get32le(s);
> +               info->mg = stbi__get32le(s);
> +               info->mb = stbi__get32le(s);
> +               info->extra_read += 12;
> +               // not documented, but generated by photoshop and handled by mspaint
> +               if (info->mr == info->mg && info->mg == info->mb) {
> +                  // ?!?!?
> +                  return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
> +               }
> +            } else
> +               return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         int i;
> +         if (hsz != 108 && hsz != 124)
> +            return stbi__errpuc("bad BMP", "bad BMP");
> +         info->mr = stbi__get32le(s);
> +         info->mg = stbi__get32le(s);
> +         info->mb = stbi__get32le(s);
> +         info->ma = stbi__get32le(s);
> +         stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space
> +         for (i=0; i < 12; ++i)
> +            stbi__get32le(s); // discard color space parameters
> +         if (hsz == 124) {
> +            stbi__get32le(s); // discard rendering intent
> +            stbi__get32le(s); // discard offset of profile data
> +            stbi__get32le(s); // discard size of profile data
> +            stbi__get32le(s); // discard reserved
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +   return (void *) 1;
> +}
> +
> +
> +static void *stbi__bmp_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *out;
> +   unsigned int mr=0,mg=0,mb=0,ma=0, all_a;
> +   stbi_uc pal[256][4];
> +   int psize=0,i,j,width;
> +   int flip_vertically, pad, target;
> +   stbi__bmp_data info;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   info.all_a = 255;
> +   if (stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info) == NULL)
> +      return NULL; // error code already set
> +
> +   flip_vertically = ((int) s->img_y) > 0;
> +   s->img_y = abs((int) s->img_y);
> +
> +   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   mr = info.mr;
> +   mg = info.mg;
> +   mb = info.mb;
> +   ma = info.ma;
> +   all_a = info.all_a;
> +
> +   if (info.hsz == 12) {
> +      if (info.bpp < 24)
> +         psize = (info.offset - info.extra_read - 24) / 3;
> +   } else {
> +      if (info.bpp < 16)
> +         psize = (info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz) >> 2;
> +   }
> +   if (psize == 0) {
> +      STBI_ASSERT(info.offset == s->callback_already_read + (int) (s->img_buffer - s->img_buffer_original));
> +      if (info.offset != s->callback_already_read + (s->img_buffer - s->buffer_start)) {
> +        return stbi__errpuc("bad offset", "Corrupt BMP");
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   if (info.bpp == 24 && ma == 0xff000000)
> +      s->img_n = 3;
> +   else
> +      s->img_n = ma ? 4 : 3;
> +   if (req_comp && req_comp >= 3) // we can directly decode 3 or 4
> +      target = req_comp;
> +   else
> +      target = s->img_n; // if they want monochrome, we'll post-convert
> +
> +   // sanity-check size
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0))
> +      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt BMP");
> +
> +   out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(target, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0);
> +   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   if (info.bpp < 16) {
> +      int z=0;
> +      if (psize == 0 || psize > 256) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("invalid", "Corrupt BMP"); }
> +      for (i=0; i < psize; ++i) {
> +         pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s);
> +         pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s);
> +         pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s);
> +         if (info.hsz != 12) stbi__get8(s);
> +         pal[i][3] = 255;
> +      }
> +      stbi__skip(s, info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz - psize * (info.hsz == 12 ? 3 : 4));
> +      if (info.bpp == 1) width = (s->img_x + 7) >> 3;
> +      else if (info.bpp == 4) width = (s->img_x + 1) >> 1;
> +      else if (info.bpp == 8) width = s->img_x;
> +      else { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad bpp", "Corrupt BMP"); }
> +      pad = (-width)&3;
> +      if (info.bpp == 1) {
> +         for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
> +            int bit_offset = 7, v = stbi__get8(s);
> +            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
> +               int color = (v>>bit_offset)&0x1;
> +               out[z++] = pal[color][0];
> +               out[z++] = pal[color][1];
> +               out[z++] = pal[color][2];
> +               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
> +               if (i+1 == (int) s->img_x) break;
> +               if((--bit_offset) < 0) {
> +                  bit_offset = 7;
> +                  v = stbi__get8(s);
> +               }
> +            }
> +            stbi__skip(s, pad);
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
> +            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; i += 2) {
> +               int v=stbi__get8(s),v2=0;
> +               if (info.bpp == 4) {
> +                  v2 = v & 15;
> +                  v >>= 4;
> +               }
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][0];
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][1];
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][2];
> +               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
> +               if (i+1 == (int) s->img_x) break;
> +               v = (info.bpp == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : v2;
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][0];
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][1];
> +               out[z++] = pal[v][2];
> +               if (target == 4) out[z++] = 255;
> +            }
> +            stbi__skip(s, pad);
> +         }
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      int rshift=0,gshift=0,bshift=0,ashift=0,rcount=0,gcount=0,bcount=0,acount=0;
> +      int z = 0;
> +      int easy=0;
> +      stbi__skip(s, info.offset - info.extra_read - info.hsz);
> +      if (info.bpp == 24) width = 3 * s->img_x;
> +      else if (info.bpp == 16) width = 2*s->img_x;
> +      else /* bpp = 32 and pad = 0 */ width=0;
> +      pad = (-width) & 3;
> +      if (info.bpp == 24) {
> +         easy = 1;
> +      } else if (info.bpp == 32) {
> +         if (mb == 0xff && mg == 0xff00 && mr == 0x00ff0000 && ma == 0xff000000)
> +            easy = 2;
> +      }
> +      if (!easy) {
> +         if (!mr || !mg || !mb) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad masks", "Corrupt BMP"); }
> +         // right shift amt to put high bit in position #7
> +         rshift = stbi__high_bit(mr)-7; rcount = stbi__bitcount(mr);
> +         gshift = stbi__high_bit(mg)-7; gcount = stbi__bitcount(mg);
> +         bshift = stbi__high_bit(mb)-7; bcount = stbi__bitcount(mb);
> +         ashift = stbi__high_bit(ma)-7; acount = stbi__bitcount(ma);
> +         if (rcount > 8 || gcount > 8 || bcount > 8 || acount > 8) { STBI_FREE(out); return stbi__errpuc("bad masks", "Corrupt BMP"); }
> +      }
> +      for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y; ++j) {
> +         if (easy) {
> +            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
> +               unsigned char a;
> +               out[z+2] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               out[z+1] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               out[z+0] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               z += 3;
> +               a = (easy == 2 ? stbi__get8(s) : 255);
> +               all_a |= a;
> +               if (target == 4) out[z++] = a;
> +            }
> +         } else {
> +            int bpp = info.bpp;
> +            for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x; ++i) {
> +               stbi__uint32 v = (bpp == 16 ? (stbi__uint32) stbi__get16le(s) : stbi__get32le(s));
> +               unsigned int a;
> +               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mr, rshift, rcount));
> +               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mg, gshift, gcount));
> +               out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(stbi__shiftsigned(v & mb, bshift, bcount));
> +               a = (ma ? stbi__shiftsigned(v & ma, ashift, acount) : 255);
> +               all_a |= a;
> +               if (target == 4) out[z++] = STBI__BYTECAST(a);
> +            }
> +         }
> +         stbi__skip(s, pad);
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // if alpha channel is all 0s, replace with all 255s
> +   if (target == 4 && all_a == 0)
> +      for (i=4*s->img_x*s->img_y-1; i >= 0; i -= 4)
> +         out[i] = 255;
> +
> +   if (flip_vertically) {
> +      stbi_uc t;
> +      for (j=0; j < (int) s->img_y>>1; ++j) {
> +         stbi_uc *p1 = out +      j     *s->img_x*target;
> +         stbi_uc *p2 = out + (s->img_y-1-j)*s->img_x*target;
> +         for (i=0; i < (int) s->img_x*target; ++i) {
> +            t = p1[i]; p1[i] = p2[i]; p2[i] = t;
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   if (req_comp && req_comp != target) {
> +      out = stbi__convert_format(out, target, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y);
> +      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
> +   }
> +
> +   *x = s->img_x;
> +   *y = s->img_y;
> +   if (comp) *comp = s->img_n;
> +   return out;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// Targa Truevision - TGA
> +// by Jonathan Dummer
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
> +// returns STBI_rgb or whatever, 0 on error
> +static int stbi__tga_get_comp(int bits_per_pixel, int is_grey, int* is_rgb16)
> +{
> +   // only RGB or RGBA (incl. 16bit) or grey allowed
> +   if (is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 0;
> +   switch(bits_per_pixel) {
> +      case 8:  return STBI_grey;
> +      case 16: if(is_grey) return STBI_grey_alpha;
> +               // fallthrough
> +      case 15: if(is_rgb16) *is_rgb16 = 1;
> +               return STBI_rgb;
> +      case 24: // fallthrough
> +      case 32: return bits_per_pixel/8;
> +      default: return 0;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__tga_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +    int tga_w, tga_h, tga_comp, tga_image_type, tga_bits_per_pixel, tga_colormap_bpp;
> +    int sz, tga_colormap_type;
> +    stbi__get8(s);                   // discard Offset
> +    tga_colormap_type = stbi__get8(s); // colormap type
> +    if( tga_colormap_type > 1 ) {
> +        stbi__rewind(s);
> +        return 0;      // only RGB or indexed allowed
> +    }
> +    tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s); // image type
> +    if ( tga_colormap_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image
> +        if (tga_image_type != 1 && tga_image_type != 9) {
> +            stbi__rewind(s);
> +            return 0;
> +        }
> +        stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries
> +        sz = stbi__get8(s);    //   check bits per palette color entry
> +        if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) {
> +            stbi__rewind(s);
> +            return 0;
> +        }
> +        stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip image x and y origin
> +        tga_colormap_bpp = sz;
> +    } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap - only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
> +        if ( (tga_image_type != 2) && (tga_image_type != 3) && (tga_image_type != 10) && (tga_image_type != 11) ) {
> +            stbi__rewind(s);
> +            return 0; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
> +        }
> +        stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin
> +        tga_colormap_bpp = 0;
> +    }
> +    tga_w = stbi__get16le(s);
> +    if( tga_w < 1 ) {
> +        stbi__rewind(s);
> +        return 0;   // test width
> +    }
> +    tga_h = stbi__get16le(s);
> +    if( tga_h < 1 ) {
> +        stbi__rewind(s);
> +        return 0;   // test height
> +    }
> +    tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s); // bits per pixel
> +    stbi__get8(s); // ignore alpha bits
> +    if (tga_colormap_bpp != 0) {
> +        if((tga_bits_per_pixel != 8) && (tga_bits_per_pixel != 16)) {
> +            // when using a colormap, tga_bits_per_pixel is the size of the indexes
> +            // I don't think anything but 8 or 16bit indexes makes sense
> +            stbi__rewind(s);
> +            return 0;
> +        }
> +        tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_colormap_bpp, 0, NULL);
> +    } else {
> +        tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3) || (tga_image_type == 11), NULL);
> +    }
> +    if(!tga_comp) {
> +      stbi__rewind(s);
> +      return 0;
> +    }
> +    if (x) *x = tga_w;
> +    if (y) *y = tga_h;
> +    if (comp) *comp = tga_comp;
> +    return 1;                   // seems to have passed everything
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__tga_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int res = 0;
> +   int sz, tga_color_type;
> +   stbi__get8(s);      //   discard Offset
> +   tga_color_type = stbi__get8(s);   //   color type
> +   if ( tga_color_type > 1 ) goto errorEnd;   //   only RGB or indexed allowed
> +   sz = stbi__get8(s);   //   image type
> +   if ( tga_color_type == 1 ) { // colormapped (paletted) image
> +      if (sz != 1 && sz != 9) goto errorEnd; // colortype 1 demands image type 1 or 9
> +      stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip index of first colormap entry and number of entries
> +      sz = stbi__get8(s);    //   check bits per palette color entry
> +      if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd;
> +      stbi__skip(s,4);       // skip image x and y origin
> +   } else { // "normal" image w/o colormap
> +      if ( (sz != 2) && (sz != 3) && (sz != 10) && (sz != 11) ) goto errorEnd; // only RGB or grey allowed, +/- RLE
> +      stbi__skip(s,9); // skip colormap specification and image x/y origin
> +   }
> +   if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd;      //   test width
> +   if ( stbi__get16le(s) < 1 ) goto errorEnd;      //   test height
> +   sz = stbi__get8(s);   //   bits per pixel
> +   if ( (tga_color_type == 1) && (sz != 8) && (sz != 16) ) goto errorEnd; // for colormapped images, bpp is size of an index
> +   if ( (sz != 8) && (sz != 15) && (sz != 16) && (sz != 24) && (sz != 32) ) goto errorEnd;
> +
> +   res = 1; // if we got this far, everything's good and we can return 1 instead of 0
> +
> +errorEnd:
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return res;
> +}
> +
> +// read 16bit value and convert to 24bit RGB
> +static void stbi__tga_read_rgb16(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc* out)
> +{
> +   stbi__uint16 px = (stbi__uint16)stbi__get16le(s);
> +   stbi__uint16 fiveBitMask = 31;
> +   // we have 3 channels with 5bits each
> +   int r = (px >> 10) & fiveBitMask;
> +   int g = (px >> 5) & fiveBitMask;
> +   int b = px & fiveBitMask;
> +   // Note that this saves the data in RGB(A) order, so it doesn't need to be swapped later
> +   out[0] = (stbi_uc)((r * 255)/31);
> +   out[1] = (stbi_uc)((g * 255)/31);
> +   out[2] = (stbi_uc)((b * 255)/31);
> +
> +   // some people claim that the most significant bit might be used for alpha
> +   // (possibly if an alpha-bit is set in the "image descriptor byte")
> +   // but that only made 16bit test images completely translucent..
> +   // so let's treat all 15 and 16bit TGAs as RGB with no alpha.
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__tga_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   //   read in the TGA header stuff
> +   int tga_offset = stbi__get8(s);
> +   int tga_indexed = stbi__get8(s);
> +   int tga_image_type = stbi__get8(s);
> +   int tga_is_RLE = 0;
> +   int tga_palette_start = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_palette_len = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_palette_bits = stbi__get8(s);
> +   int tga_x_origin = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_y_origin = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_width = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_height = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   int tga_bits_per_pixel = stbi__get8(s);
> +   int tga_comp, tga_rgb16=0;
> +   int tga_inverted = stbi__get8(s);
> +   // int tga_alpha_bits = tga_inverted & 15; // the 4 lowest bits - unused (useless?)
> +   //   image data
> +   unsigned char *tga_data;
> +   unsigned char *tga_palette = NULL;
> +   int i, j;
> +   unsigned char raw_data[4] = {0};
> +   int RLE_count = 0;
> +   int RLE_repeating = 0;
> +   int read_next_pixel = 1;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_x_origin); // @TODO
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_y_origin); // @TODO
> +
> +   if (tga_height > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (tga_width > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   //   do a tiny bit of precessing
> +   if ( tga_image_type >= 8 )
> +   {
> +      tga_image_type -= 8;
> +      tga_is_RLE = 1;
> +   }
> +   tga_inverted = 1 - ((tga_inverted >> 5) & 1);
> +
> +   //   If I'm paletted, then I'll use the number of bits from the palette
> +   if ( tga_indexed ) tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_palette_bits, 0, &tga_rgb16);
> +   else tga_comp = stbi__tga_get_comp(tga_bits_per_pixel, (tga_image_type == 3), &tga_rgb16);
> +
> +   if(!tga_comp) // shouldn't really happen, stbi__tga_test() should have ensured basic consistency
> +      return stbi__errpuc("bad format", "Can't find out TGA pixelformat");
> +
> +   //   tga info
> +   *x = tga_width;
> +   *y = tga_height;
> +   if (comp) *comp = tga_comp;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0))
> +      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt TGA");
> +
> +   tga_data = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad3(tga_width, tga_height, tga_comp, 0);
> +   if (!tga_data) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   // skip to the data's starting position (offset usually = 0)
> +   stbi__skip(s, tga_offset );
> +
> +   if ( !tga_indexed && !tga_is_RLE && !tga_rgb16 ) {
> +      for (i=0; i < tga_height; ++i) {
> +         int row = tga_inverted ? tga_height -i - 1 : i;
> +         stbi_uc *tga_row = tga_data + row*tga_width*tga_comp;
> +         stbi__getn(s, tga_row, tga_width * tga_comp);
> +      }
> +   } else  {
> +      //   do I need to load a palette?
> +      if ( tga_indexed)
> +      {
> +         if (tga_palette_len == 0) {  /* you have to have at least one entry! */
> +            STBI_FREE(tga_data);
> +            return stbi__errpuc("bad palette", "Corrupt TGA");
> +         }
> +
> +         //   any data to skip? (offset usually = 0)
> +         stbi__skip(s, tga_palette_start );
> +         //   load the palette
> +         tga_palette = (unsigned char*)stbi__malloc_mad2(tga_palette_len, tga_comp, 0);
> +         if (!tga_palette) {
> +            STBI_FREE(tga_data);
> +            return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +         }
> +         if (tga_rgb16) {
> +            stbi_uc *pal_entry = tga_palette;
> +            STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb);
> +            for (i=0; i < tga_palette_len; ++i) {
> +               stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, pal_entry);
> +               pal_entry += tga_comp;
> +            }
> +         } else if (!stbi__getn(s, tga_palette, tga_palette_len * tga_comp)) {
> +               STBI_FREE(tga_data);
> +               STBI_FREE(tga_palette);
> +               return stbi__errpuc("bad palette", "Corrupt TGA");
> +         }
> +      }
> +      //   load the data
> +      for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i)
> +      {
> +         //   if I'm in RLE mode, do I need to get a RLE stbi__pngchunk?
> +         if ( tga_is_RLE )
> +         {
> +            if ( RLE_count == 0 )
> +            {
> +               //   yep, get the next byte as a RLE command
> +               int RLE_cmd = stbi__get8(s);
> +               RLE_count = 1 + (RLE_cmd & 127);
> +               RLE_repeating = RLE_cmd >> 7;
> +               read_next_pixel = 1;
> +            } else if ( !RLE_repeating )
> +            {
> +               read_next_pixel = 1;
> +            }
> +         } else
> +         {
> +            read_next_pixel = 1;
> +         }
> +         //   OK, if I need to read a pixel, do it now
> +         if ( read_next_pixel )
> +         {
> +            //   load however much data we did have
> +            if ( tga_indexed )
> +            {
> +               // read in index, then perform the lookup
> +               int pal_idx = (tga_bits_per_pixel == 8) ? stbi__get8(s) : stbi__get16le(s);
> +               if ( pal_idx >= tga_palette_len ) {
> +                  // invalid index
> +                  pal_idx = 0;
> +               }
> +               pal_idx *= tga_comp;
> +               for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) {
> +                  raw_data[j] = tga_palette[pal_idx+j];
> +               }
> +            } else if(tga_rgb16) {
> +               STBI_ASSERT(tga_comp == STBI_rgb);
> +               stbi__tga_read_rgb16(s, raw_data);
> +            } else {
> +               //   read in the data raw
> +               for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j) {
> +                  raw_data[j] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               }
> +            }
> +            //   clear the reading flag for the next pixel
> +            read_next_pixel = 0;
> +         } // end of reading a pixel
> +
> +         // copy data
> +         for (j = 0; j < tga_comp; ++j)
> +           tga_data[i*tga_comp+j] = raw_data[j];
> +
> +         //   in case we're in RLE mode, keep counting down
> +         --RLE_count;
> +      }
> +      //   do I need to invert the image?
> +      if ( tga_inverted )
> +      {
> +         for (j = 0; j*2 < tga_height; ++j)
> +         {
> +            int index1 = j * tga_width * tga_comp;
> +            int index2 = (tga_height - 1 - j) * tga_width * tga_comp;
> +            for (i = tga_width * tga_comp; i > 0; --i)
> +            {
> +               unsigned char temp = tga_data[index1];
> +               tga_data[index1] = tga_data[index2];
> +               tga_data[index2] = temp;
> +               ++index1;
> +               ++index2;
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +      //   clear my palette, if I had one
> +      if ( tga_palette != NULL )
> +      {
> +         STBI_FREE( tga_palette );
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // swap RGB - if the source data was RGB16, it already is in the right order
> +   if (tga_comp >= 3 && !tga_rgb16)
> +   {
> +      unsigned char* tga_pixel = tga_data;
> +      for (i=0; i < tga_width * tga_height; ++i)
> +      {
> +         unsigned char temp = tga_pixel[0];
> +         tga_pixel[0] = tga_pixel[2];
> +         tga_pixel[2] = temp;
> +         tga_pixel += tga_comp;
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // convert to target component count
> +   if (req_comp && req_comp != tga_comp)
> +      tga_data = stbi__convert_format(tga_data, tga_comp, req_comp, tga_width, tga_height);
> +
> +   //   the things I do to get rid of an error message, and yet keep
> +   //   Microsoft's C compilers happy... [8^(
> +   tga_palette_start = tga_palette_len = tga_palette_bits =
> +         tga_x_origin = tga_y_origin = 0;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(tga_palette_start);
> +   //   OK, done
> +   return tga_data;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// *************************************************************************************************
> +// Photoshop PSD loader -- PD by Thatcher Ulrich, integration by Nicolas Schulz, tweaked by STB
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +static int stbi__psd_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r = (stbi__get32be(s) == 0x38425053);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__psd_decode_rle(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc *p, int pixelCount)
> +{
> +   int count, nleft, len;
> +
> +   count = 0;
> +   while ((nleft = pixelCount - count) > 0) {
> +      len = stbi__get8(s);
> +      if (len == 128) {
> +         // No-op.
> +      } else if (len < 128) {
> +         // Copy next len+1 bytes literally.
> +         len++;
> +         if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data
> +         count += len;
> +         while (len) {
> +            *p = stbi__get8(s);
> +            p += 4;
> +            len--;
> +         }
> +      } else if (len > 128) {
> +         stbi_uc   val;
> +         // Next -len+1 bytes in the dest are replicated from next source byte.
> +         // (Interpret len as a negative 8-bit int.)
> +         len = 257 - len;
> +         if (len > nleft) return 0; // corrupt data
> +         val = stbi__get8(s);
> +         count += len;
> +         while (len) {
> +            *p = val;
> +            p += 4;
> +            len--;
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__psd_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri, int bpc)
> +{
> +   int pixelCount;
> +   int channelCount, compression;
> +   int channel, i;
> +   int bitdepth;
> +   int w,h;
> +   stbi_uc *out;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   // Check identifier
> +   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053)   // "8BPS"
> +      return stbi__errpuc("not PSD", "Corrupt PSD image");
> +
> +   // Check file type version.
> +   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1)
> +      return stbi__errpuc("wrong version", "Unsupported version of PSD image");
> +
> +   // Skip 6 reserved bytes.
> +   stbi__skip(s, 6 );
> +
> +   // Read the number of channels (R, G, B, A, etc).
> +   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16)
> +      return stbi__errpuc("wrong channel count", "Unsupported number of channels in PSD image");
> +
> +   // Read the rows and columns of the image.
> +   h = stbi__get32be(s);
> +   w = stbi__get32be(s);
> +
> +   if (h > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (w > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   // Make sure the depth is 8 bits.
> +   bitdepth = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (bitdepth != 8 && bitdepth != 16)
> +      return stbi__errpuc("unsupported bit depth", "PSD bit depth is not 8 or 16 bit");
> +
> +   // Make sure the color mode is RGB.
> +   // Valid options are:
> +   //   0: Bitmap
> +   //   1: Grayscale
> +   //   2: Indexed color
> +   //   3: RGB color
> +   //   4: CMYK color
> +   //   7: Multichannel
> +   //   8: Duotone
> +   //   9: Lab color
> +   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3)
> +      return stbi__errpuc("wrong color format", "PSD is not in RGB color format");
> +
> +   // Skip the Mode Data.  (It's the palette for indexed color; other info for other modes.)
> +   stbi__skip(s,stbi__get32be(s) );
> +
> +   // Skip the image resources.  (resolution, pen tool paths, etc)
> +   stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) );
> +
> +   // Skip the reserved data.
> +   stbi__skip(s, stbi__get32be(s) );
> +
> +   // Find out if the data is compressed.
> +   // Known values:
> +   //   0: no compression
> +   //   1: RLE compressed
> +   compression = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (compression > 1)
> +      return stbi__errpuc("bad compression", "PSD has an unknown compression format");
> +
> +   // Check size
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(4, w, h, 0))
> +      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "Corrupt PSD");
> +
> +   // Create the destination image.
> +
> +   if (!compression && bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) {
> +      out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(8, w, h, 0);
> +      ri->bits_per_channel = 16;
> +   } else
> +      out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * w*h);
> +
> +   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   pixelCount = w*h;
> +
> +   // Initialize the data to zero.
> +   //memset( out, 0, pixelCount * 4 );
> +
> +   // Finally, the image data.
> +   if (compression) {
> +      // RLE as used by .PSD and .TIFF
> +      // Loop until you get the number of unpacked bytes you are expecting:
> +      //     Read the next source byte into n.
> +      //     If n is between 0 and 127 inclusive, copy the next n+1 bytes literally.
> +      //     Else if n is between -127 and -1 inclusive, copy the next byte -n+1 times.
> +      //     Else if n is 128, noop.
> +      // Endloop
> +
> +      // The RLE-compressed data is preceded by a 2-byte data count for each row in the data,
> +      // which we're going to just skip.
> +      stbi__skip(s, h * channelCount * 2 );
> +
> +      // Read the RLE data by channel.
> +      for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) {
> +         stbi_uc *p;
> +
> +         p = out+channel;
> +         if (channel >= channelCount) {
> +            // Fill this channel with default data.
> +            for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
> +               *p = (channel == 3 ? 255 : 0);
> +         } else {
> +            // Read the RLE data.
> +            if (!stbi__psd_decode_rle(s, p, pixelCount)) {
> +               STBI_FREE(out);
> +               return stbi__errpuc("corrupt", "bad RLE data");
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +
> +   } else {
> +      // We're at the raw image data.  It's each channel in order (Red, Green, Blue, Alpha, ...)
> +      // where each channel consists of an 8-bit (or 16-bit) value for each pixel in the image.
> +
> +      // Read the data by channel.
> +      for (channel = 0; channel < 4; channel++) {
> +         if (channel >= channelCount) {
> +            // Fill this channel with default data.
> +            if (bitdepth == 16 && bpc == 16) {
> +               stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel;
> +               stbi__uint16 val = channel == 3 ? 65535 : 0;
> +               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4)
> +                  *q = val;
> +            } else {
> +               stbi_uc *p = out+channel;
> +               stbi_uc val = channel == 3 ? 255 : 0;
> +               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
> +                  *p = val;
> +            }
> +         } else {
> +            if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) {    // output bpc
> +               stbi__uint16 *q = ((stbi__uint16 *) out) + channel;
> +               for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, q += 4)
> +                  *q = (stbi__uint16) stbi__get16be(s);
> +            } else {
> +               stbi_uc *p = out+channel;
> +               if (bitdepth == 16) {  // input bpc
> +                  for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
> +                     *p = (stbi_uc) (stbi__get16be(s) >> 8);
> +               } else {
> +                  for (i = 0; i < pixelCount; i++, p += 4)
> +                     *p = stbi__get8(s);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // remove weird white matte from PSD
> +   if (channelCount >= 4) {
> +      if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16) {
> +         for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) {
> +            stbi__uint16 *pixel = (stbi__uint16 *) out + 4*i;
> +            if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 65535) {
> +               float a = pixel[3] / 65535.0f;
> +               float ra = 1.0f / a;
> +               float inv_a = 65535.0f * (1 - ra);
> +               pixel[0] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a);
> +               pixel[1] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a);
> +               pixel[2] = (stbi__uint16) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a);
> +            }
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         for (i=0; i < w*h; ++i) {
> +            unsigned char *pixel = out + 4*i;
> +            if (pixel[3] != 0 && pixel[3] != 255) {
> +               float a = pixel[3] / 255.0f;
> +               float ra = 1.0f / a;
> +               float inv_a = 255.0f * (1 - ra);
> +               pixel[0] = (unsigned char) (pixel[0]*ra + inv_a);
> +               pixel[1] = (unsigned char) (pixel[1]*ra + inv_a);
> +               pixel[2] = (unsigned char) (pixel[2]*ra + inv_a);
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   // convert to desired output format
> +   if (req_comp && req_comp != 4) {
> +      if (ri->bits_per_channel == 16)
> +         out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__convert_format16((stbi__uint16 *) out, 4, req_comp, w, h);
> +      else
> +         out = stbi__convert_format(out, 4, req_comp, w, h);
> +      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
> +   }
> +
> +   if (comp) *comp = 4;
> +   *y = h;
> +   *x = w;
> +
> +   return out;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// *************************************************************************************************
> +// Softimage PIC loader
> +// by Tom Seddon
> +//
> +// See http://softimage.wiki.softimage.com/index.php/INFO:_PIC_file_format
> +// See http://ozviz.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/dataformats/softimagepic/
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
> +static int stbi__pic_is4(stbi__context *s,const char *str)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i<4; ++i)
> +      if (stbi__get8(s) != (stbi_uc)str[i])
> +         return 0;
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__pic_test_core(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34"))
> +      return 0;
> +
> +   for(i=0;i<84;++i)
> +      stbi__get8(s);
> +
> +   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"PICT"))
> +      return 0;
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi_uc size,type,channel;
> +} stbi__pic_packet;
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__readval(stbi__context *s, int channel, stbi_uc *dest)
> +{
> +   int mask=0x80, i;
> +
> +   for (i=0; i<4; ++i, mask>>=1) {
> +      if (channel & mask) {
> +         if (stbi__at_eof(s)) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","PIC file too short");
> +         dest[i]=stbi__get8(s);
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return dest;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__copyval(int channel,stbi_uc *dest,const stbi_uc *src)
> +{
> +   int mask=0x80,i;
> +
> +   for (i=0;i<4; ++i, mask>>=1)
> +      if (channel&mask)
> +         dest[i]=src[i];
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__pic_load_core(stbi__context *s,int width,int height,int *comp, stbi_uc *result)
> +{
> +   int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,y,chained;
> +   stbi__pic_packet packets[10];
> +
> +   // this will (should...) cater for even some bizarre stuff like having data
> +    // for the same channel in multiple packets.
> +   do {
> +      stbi__pic_packet *packet;
> +
> +      if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0]))
> +         return stbi__errpuc("bad format","too many packets");
> +
> +      packet = &packets[num_packets++];
> +
> +      chained = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->size    = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->type    = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->channel = stbi__get8(s);
> +
> +      act_comp |= packet->channel;
> +
> +      if (stbi__at_eof(s))          return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (reading packets)");
> +      if (packet->size != 8)  return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet isn't 8bpp");
> +   } while (chained);
> +
> +   *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3); // has alpha channel?
> +
> +   for(y=0; y<height; ++y) {
> +      int packet_idx;
> +
> +      for(packet_idx=0; packet_idx < num_packets; ++packet_idx) {
> +         stbi__pic_packet *packet = &packets[packet_idx];
> +         stbi_uc *dest = result+y*width*4;
> +
> +         switch (packet->type) {
> +            default:
> +               return stbi__errpuc("bad format","packet has bad compression type");
> +
> +            case 0: {//uncompressed
> +               int x;
> +
> +               for(x=0;x<width;++x, dest+=4)
> +                  if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest))
> +                     return 0;
> +               break;
> +            }
> +
> +            case 1://Pure RLE
> +               {
> +                  int left=width, i;
> +
> +                  while (left>0) {
> +                     stbi_uc count,value[4];
> +
> +                     count=stbi__get8(s);
> +                     if (stbi__at_eof(s))   return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pure read count)");
> +
> +                     if (count > left)
> +                        count = (stbi_uc) left;
> +
> +                     if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value))  return 0;
> +
> +                     for(i=0; i<count; ++i,dest+=4)
> +                        stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value);
> +                     left -= count;
> +                  }
> +               }
> +               break;
> +
> +            case 2: {//Mixed RLE
> +               int left=width;
> +               while (left>0) {
> +                  int count = stbi__get8(s), i;
> +                  if (stbi__at_eof(s))  return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (mixed read count)");
> +
> +                  if (count >= 128) { // Repeated
> +                     stbi_uc value[4];
> +
> +                     if (count==128)
> +                        count = stbi__get16be(s);
> +                     else
> +                        count -= 127;
> +                     if (count > left)
> +                        return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun");
> +
> +                     if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,value))
> +                        return 0;
> +
> +                     for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest += 4)
> +                        stbi__copyval(packet->channel,dest,value);
> +                  } else { // Raw
> +                     ++count;
> +                     if (count>left) return stbi__errpuc("bad file","scanline overrun");
> +
> +                     for(i=0;i<count;++i, dest+=4)
> +                        if (!stbi__readval(s,packet->channel,dest))
> +                           return 0;
> +                  }
> +                  left-=count;
> +               }
> +               break;
> +            }
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__pic_load(stbi__context *s,int *px,int *py,int *comp,int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *result;
> +   int i, x,y, internal_comp;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   if (!comp) comp = &internal_comp;
> +
> +   for (i=0; i<92; ++i)
> +      stbi__get8(s);
> +
> +   x = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   y = stbi__get16be(s);
> +
> +   if (y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   if (stbi__at_eof(s))  return stbi__errpuc("bad file","file too short (pic header)");
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(x, y, 4, 0)) return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PIC image too large to decode");
> +
> +   stbi__get32be(s); //skip `ratio'
> +   stbi__get16be(s); //skip `fields'
> +   stbi__get16be(s); //skip `pad'
> +
> +   // intermediate buffer is RGBA
> +   result = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(x, y, 4, 0);
> +   memset(result, 0xff, x*y*4);
> +
> +   if (!stbi__pic_load_core(s,x,y,comp, result)) {
> +      STBI_FREE(result);
> +      result=0;
> +   }
> +   *px = x;
> +   *py = y;
> +   if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = *comp;
> +   result=stbi__convert_format(result,4,req_comp,x,y);
> +
> +   return result;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__pic_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r = stbi__pic_test_core(s);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// *************************************************************************************************
> +// GIF loader -- public domain by Jean-Marc Lienher -- simplified/shrunk by stb
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   stbi__int16 prefix;
> +   stbi_uc first;
> +   stbi_uc suffix;
> +} stbi__gif_lzw;
> +
> +typedef struct
> +{
> +   int w,h;
> +   stbi_uc *out;                 // output buffer (always 4 components)
> +   stbi_uc *background;          // The current "background" as far as a gif is concerned
> +   stbi_uc *history;
> +   int flags, bgindex, ratio, transparent, eflags;
> +   stbi_uc  pal[256][4];
> +   stbi_uc lpal[256][4];
> +   stbi__gif_lzw codes[8192];
> +   stbi_uc *color_table;
> +   int parse, step;
> +   int lflags;
> +   int start_x, start_y;
> +   int max_x, max_y;
> +   int cur_x, cur_y;
> +   int line_size;
> +   int delay;
> +} stbi__gif;
> +
> +static int stbi__gif_test_raw(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int sz;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8') return 0;
> +   sz = stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (sz != '9' && sz != '7') return 0;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a') return 0;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__gif_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int r = stbi__gif_test_raw(s);
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__gif_parse_colortable(stbi__context *s, stbi_uc pal[256][4], int num_entries, int transp)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; i < num_entries; ++i) {
> +      pal[i][2] = stbi__get8(s);
> +      pal[i][1] = stbi__get8(s);
> +      pal[i][0] = stbi__get8(s);
> +      pal[i][3] = transp == i ? 0 : 255;
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__gif_header(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int is_info)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc version;
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'G' || stbi__get8(s) != 'I' || stbi__get8(s) != 'F' || stbi__get8(s) != '8')
> +      return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
> +
> +   version = stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (version != '7' && version != '9')    return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
> +   if (stbi__get8(s) != 'a')                return stbi__err("not GIF", "Corrupt GIF");
> +
> +   stbi__g_failure_reason = "";
> +   g->w = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   g->h = stbi__get16le(s);
> +   g->flags = stbi__get8(s);
> +   g->bgindex = stbi__get8(s);
> +   g->ratio = stbi__get8(s);
> +   g->transparent = -1;
> +
> +   if (g->w > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (g->h > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__err("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   if (comp != 0) *comp = 4;  // can't actually tell whether it's 3 or 4 until we parse the comments
> +
> +   if (is_info) return 1;
> +
> +   if (g->flags & 0x80)
> +      stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->pal, 2 << (g->flags & 7), -1);
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__gif_info_raw(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__gif* g = (stbi__gif*) stbi__malloc(sizeof(stbi__gif));
> +   if (!stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp, 1)) {
> +      STBI_FREE(g);
> +      stbi__rewind( s );
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (x) *x = g->w;
> +   if (y) *y = g->h;
> +   STBI_FREE(g);
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__out_gif_code(stbi__gif *g, stbi__uint16 code)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *p, *c;
> +   int idx;
> +
> +   // recurse to decode the prefixes, since the linked-list is backwards,
> +   // and working backwards through an interleaved image would be nasty
> +   if (g->codes[code].prefix >= 0)
> +      stbi__out_gif_code(g, g->codes[code].prefix);
> +
> +   if (g->cur_y >= g->max_y) return;
> +
> +   idx = g->cur_x + g->cur_y;
> +   p = &g->out[idx];
> +   g->history[idx / 4] = 1;
> +
> +   c = &g->color_table[g->codes[code].suffix * 4];
> +   if (c[3] > 128) { // don't render transparent pixels;
> +      p[0] = c[2];
> +      p[1] = c[1];
> +      p[2] = c[0];
> +      p[3] = c[3];
> +   }
> +   g->cur_x += 4;
> +
> +   if (g->cur_x >= g->max_x) {
> +      g->cur_x = g->start_x;
> +      g->cur_y += g->step;
> +
> +      while (g->cur_y >= g->max_y && g->parse > 0) {
> +         g->step = (1 << g->parse) * g->line_size;
> +         g->cur_y = g->start_y + (g->step >> 1);
> +         --g->parse;
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__process_gif_raster(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc lzw_cs;
> +   stbi__int32 len, init_code;
> +   stbi__uint32 first;
> +   stbi__int32 codesize, codemask, avail, oldcode, bits, valid_bits, clear;
> +   stbi__gif_lzw *p;
> +
> +   lzw_cs = stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (lzw_cs > 12) return NULL;
> +   clear = 1 << lzw_cs;
> +   first = 1;
> +   codesize = lzw_cs + 1;
> +   codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
> +   bits = 0;
> +   valid_bits = 0;
> +   for (init_code = 0; init_code < clear; init_code++) {
> +      g->codes[init_code].prefix = -1;
> +      g->codes[init_code].first = (stbi_uc) init_code;
> +      g->codes[init_code].suffix = (stbi_uc) init_code;
> +   }
> +
> +   // support no starting clear code
> +   avail = clear+2;
> +   oldcode = -1;
> +
> +   len = 0;
> +   for(;;) {
> +      if (valid_bits < codesize) {
> +         if (len == 0) {
> +            len = stbi__get8(s); // start new block
> +            if (len == 0)
> +               return g->out;
> +         }
> +         --len;
> +         bits |= (stbi__int32) stbi__get8(s) << valid_bits;
> +         valid_bits += 8;
> +      } else {
> +         stbi__int32 code = bits & codemask;
> +         bits >>= codesize;
> +         valid_bits -= codesize;
> +         // @OPTIMIZE: is there some way we can accelerate the non-clear path?
> +         if (code == clear) {  // clear code
> +            codesize = lzw_cs + 1;
> +            codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
> +            avail = clear + 2;
> +            oldcode = -1;
> +            first = 0;
> +         } else if (code == clear + 1) { // end of stream code
> +            stbi__skip(s, len);
> +            while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) > 0)
> +               stbi__skip(s,len);
> +            return g->out;
> +         } else if (code <= avail) {
> +            if (first) {
> +               return stbi__errpuc("no clear code", "Corrupt GIF");
> +            }
> +
> +            if (oldcode >= 0) {
> +               p = &g->codes[avail++];
> +               if (avail > 8192) {
> +                  return stbi__errpuc("too many codes", "Corrupt GIF");
> +               }
> +
> +               p->prefix = (stbi__int16) oldcode;
> +               p->first = g->codes[oldcode].first;
> +               p->suffix = (code == avail) ? p->first : g->codes[code].first;
> +            } else if (code == avail)
> +               return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF");
> +
> +            stbi__out_gif_code(g, (stbi__uint16) code);
> +
> +            if ((avail & codemask) == 0 && avail <= 0x0FFF) {
> +               codesize++;
> +               codemask = (1 << codesize) - 1;
> +            }
> +
> +            oldcode = code;
> +         } else {
> +            return stbi__errpuc("illegal code in raster", "Corrupt GIF");
> +         }
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +// this function is designed to support animated gifs, although stb_image doesn't support it
> +// two back is the image from two frames ago, used for a very specific disposal format
> +static stbi_uc *stbi__gif_load_next(stbi__context *s, stbi__gif *g, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi_uc *two_back)
> +{
> +   int dispose;
> +   int first_frame;
> +   int pi;
> +   int pcount;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(req_comp);
> +
> +   // on first frame, any non-written pixels get the background colour (non-transparent)
> +   first_frame = 0;
> +   if (g->out == 0) {
> +      if (!stbi__gif_header(s, g, comp,0)) return 0; // stbi__g_failure_reason set by stbi__gif_header
> +      if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(4, g->w, g->h, 0))
> +         return stbi__errpuc("too large", "GIF image is too large");
> +      pcount = g->w * g->h;
> +      g->out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * pcount);
> +      g->background = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(4 * pcount);
> +      g->history = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc(pcount);
> +      if (!g->out || !g->background || !g->history)
> +         return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +      // image is treated as "transparent" at the start - ie, nothing overwrites the current background;
> +      // background colour is only used for pixels that are not rendered first frame, after that "background"
> +      // color refers to the color that was there the previous frame.
> +      memset(g->out, 0x00, 4 * pcount);
> +      memset(g->background, 0x00, 4 * pcount); // state of the background (starts transparent)
> +      memset(g->history, 0x00, pcount);        // pixels that were affected previous frame
> +      first_frame = 1;
> +   } else {
> +      // second frame - how do we dispose of the previous one?
> +      dispose = (g->eflags & 0x1C) >> 2;
> +      pcount = g->w * g->h;
> +
> +      if ((dispose == 3) && (two_back == 0)) {
> +         dispose = 2; // if I don't have an image to revert back to, default to the old background
> +      }
> +
> +      if (dispose == 3) { // use previous graphic
> +         for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
> +            if (g->history[pi]) {
> +               memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &two_back[pi * 4], 4 );
> +            }
> +         }
> +      } else if (dispose == 2) {
> +         // restore what was changed last frame to background before that frame;
> +         for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
> +            if (g->history[pi]) {
> +               memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &g->background[pi * 4], 4 );
> +            }
> +         }
> +      } else {
> +         // This is a non-disposal case eithe way, so just
> +         // leave the pixels as is, and they will become the new background
> +         // 1: do not dispose
> +         // 0:  not specified.
> +      }
> +
> +      // background is what out is after the undoing of the previou frame;
> +      memcpy( g->background, g->out, 4 * g->w * g->h );
> +   }
> +
> +   // clear my history;
> +   memset( g->history, 0x00, g->w * g->h );        // pixels that were affected previous frame
> +
> +   for (;;) {
> +      int tag = stbi__get8(s);
> +      switch (tag) {
> +         case 0x2C: /* Image Descriptor */
> +         {
> +            stbi__int32 x, y, w, h;
> +            stbi_uc *o;
> +
> +            x = stbi__get16le(s);
> +            y = stbi__get16le(s);
> +            w = stbi__get16le(s);
> +            h = stbi__get16le(s);
> +            if (((x + w) > (g->w)) || ((y + h) > (g->h)))
> +               return stbi__errpuc("bad Image Descriptor", "Corrupt GIF");
> +
> +            g->line_size = g->w * 4;
> +            g->start_x = x * 4;
> +            g->start_y = y * g->line_size;
> +            g->max_x   = g->start_x + w * 4;
> +            g->max_y   = g->start_y + h * g->line_size;
> +            g->cur_x   = g->start_x;
> +            g->cur_y   = g->start_y;
> +
> +            // if the width of the specified rectangle is 0, that means
> +            // we may not see *any* pixels or the image is malformed;
> +            // to make sure this is caught, move the current y down to
> +            // max_y (which is what out_gif_code checks).
> +            if (w == 0)
> +               g->cur_y = g->max_y;
> +
> +            g->lflags = stbi__get8(s);
> +
> +            if (g->lflags & 0x40) {
> +               g->step = 8 * g->line_size; // first interlaced spacing
> +               g->parse = 3;
> +            } else {
> +               g->step = g->line_size;
> +               g->parse = 0;
> +            }
> +
> +            if (g->lflags & 0x80) {
> +               stbi__gif_parse_colortable(s,g->lpal, 2 << (g->lflags & 7), g->eflags & 0x01 ? g->transparent : -1);
> +               g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->lpal;
> +            } else if (g->flags & 0x80) {
> +               g->color_table = (stbi_uc *) g->pal;
> +            } else
> +               return stbi__errpuc("missing color table", "Corrupt GIF");
> +
> +            o = stbi__process_gif_raster(s, g);
> +            if (!o) return NULL;
> +
> +            // if this was the first frame,
> +            pcount = g->w * g->h;
> +            if (first_frame && (g->bgindex > 0)) {
> +               // if first frame, any pixel not drawn to gets the background color
> +               for (pi = 0; pi < pcount; ++pi) {
> +                  if (g->history[pi] == 0) {
> +                     g->pal[g->bgindex][3] = 255; // just in case it was made transparent, undo that; It will be reset next frame if need be;
> +                     memcpy( &g->out[pi * 4], &g->pal[g->bgindex], 4 );
> +                  }
> +               }
> +            }
> +
> +            return o;
> +         }
> +
> +         case 0x21: // Comment Extension.
> +         {
> +            int len;
> +            int ext = stbi__get8(s);
> +            if (ext == 0xF9) { // Graphic Control Extension.
> +               len = stbi__get8(s);
> +               if (len == 4) {
> +                  g->eflags = stbi__get8(s);
> +                  g->delay = 10 * stbi__get16le(s); // delay - 1/100th of a second, saving as 1/1000ths.
> +
> +                  // unset old transparent
> +                  if (g->transparent >= 0) {
> +                     g->pal[g->transparent][3] = 255;
> +                  }
> +                  if (g->eflags & 0x01) {
> +                     g->transparent = stbi__get8(s);
> +                     if (g->transparent >= 0) {
> +                        g->pal[g->transparent][3] = 0;
> +                     }
> +                  } else {
> +                     // don't need transparent
> +                     stbi__skip(s, 1);
> +                     g->transparent = -1;
> +                  }
> +               } else {
> +                  stbi__skip(s, len);
> +                  break;
> +               }
> +            }
> +            while ((len = stbi__get8(s)) != 0) {
> +               stbi__skip(s, len);
> +            }
> +            break;
> +         }
> +
> +         case 0x3B: // gif stream termination code
> +            return (stbi_uc *) s; // using '1' causes warning on some compilers
> +
> +         default:
> +            return stbi__errpuc("unknown code", "Corrupt GIF");
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__load_gif_main(stbi__context *s, int **delays, int *x, int *y, int *z, int *comp, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   if (stbi__gif_test(s)) {
> +      int layers = 0;
> +      stbi_uc *u = 0;
> +      stbi_uc *out = 0;
> +      stbi_uc *two_back = 0;
> +      stbi__gif g;
> +      int stride;
> +      memset(&g, 0, sizeof(g));
> +      if (delays) {
> +         *delays = 0;
> +      }
> +
> +      do {
> +         u = stbi__gif_load_next(s, &g, comp, req_comp, two_back);
> +         if (u == (stbi_uc *) s) u = 0;  // end of animated gif marker
> +
> +         if (u) {
> +            *x = g.w;
> +            *y = g.h;
> +            ++layers;
> +            stride = g.w * g.h * 4;
> +
> +            if (out) {
> +               void *tmp = (stbi_uc*) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED( out, 0, layers * stride );
> +               if (NULL == tmp) {
> +                  STBI_FREE(g.out);
> +                  STBI_FREE(g.history);
> +                  STBI_FREE(g.background);
> +                  return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +               }
> +               else {
> +                   out = (stbi_uc*) tmp;
> +               }
> +
> +               if (delays) {
> +                  *delays = (int*) STBI_REALLOC_SIZED( *delays, 0, sizeof(int) * layers );
> +               }
> +            } else {
> +               out = (stbi_uc*)stbi__malloc( layers * stride );
> +               if (delays) {
> +                  *delays = (int*) stbi__malloc( layers * sizeof(int) );
> +               }
> +            }
> +            memcpy( out + ((layers - 1) * stride), u, stride );
> +            if (layers >= 2) {
> +               two_back = out - 2 * stride;
> +            }
> +
> +            if (delays) {
> +               (*delays)[layers - 1U] = g.delay;
> +            }
> +         }
> +      } while (u != 0);
> +
> +      // free temp buffer;
> +      STBI_FREE(g.out);
> +      STBI_FREE(g.history);
> +      STBI_FREE(g.background);
> +
> +      // do the final conversion after loading everything;
> +      if (req_comp && req_comp != 4)
> +         out = stbi__convert_format(out, 4, req_comp, layers * g.w, g.h);
> +
> +      *z = layers;
> +      return out;
> +   } else {
> +      return stbi__errpuc("not GIF", "Image was not as a gif type.");
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__gif_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *u = 0;
> +   stbi__gif g;
> +   memset(&g, 0, sizeof(g));
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   u = stbi__gif_load_next(s, &g, comp, req_comp, 0);
> +   if (u == (stbi_uc *) s) u = 0;  // end of animated gif marker
> +   if (u) {
> +      *x = g.w;
> +      *y = g.h;
> +
> +      // moved conversion to after successful load so that the same
> +      // can be done for multiple frames.
> +      if (req_comp && req_comp != 4)
> +         u = stbi__convert_format(u, 4, req_comp, g.w, g.h);
> +   } else if (g.out) {
> +      // if there was an error and we allocated an image buffer, free it!
> +      STBI_FREE(g.out);
> +   }
> +
> +   // free buffers needed for multiple frame loading;
> +   STBI_FREE(g.history);
> +   STBI_FREE(g.background);
> +
> +   return u;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__gif_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   return stbi__gif_info_raw(s,x,y,comp);
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// *************************************************************************************************
> +// Radiance RGBE HDR loader
> +// originally by Nicolas Schulz
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +static int stbi__hdr_test_core(stbi__context *s, const char *signature)
> +{
> +   int i;
> +   for (i=0; signature[i]; ++i)
> +      if (stbi__get8(s) != signature[i])
> +          return 0;
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__hdr_test(stbi__context* s)
> +{
> +   int r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RADIANCE\n");
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +   if(!r) {
> +       r = stbi__hdr_test_core(s, "#?RGBE\n");
> +       stbi__rewind(s);
> +   }
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +#define STBI__HDR_BUFLEN  1024
> +static char *stbi__hdr_gettoken(stbi__context *z, char *buffer)
> +{
> +   int len=0;
> +   char c = '\0';
> +
> +   c = (char) stbi__get8(z);
> +
> +   while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && c != '\n') {
> +      buffer[len++] = c;
> +      if (len == STBI__HDR_BUFLEN-1) {
> +         // flush to end of line
> +         while (!stbi__at_eof(z) && stbi__get8(z) != '\n')
> +            ;
> +         break;
> +      }
> +      c = (char) stbi__get8(z);
> +   }
> +
> +   buffer[len] = 0;
> +   return buffer;
> +}
> +
> +static void stbi__hdr_convert(float *output, stbi_uc *input, int req_comp)
> +{
> +   if ( input[3] != 0 ) {
> +      float f1;
> +      // Exponent
> +      f1 = (float) ldexp(1.0f, input[3] - (int)(128 + 8));
> +      if (req_comp <= 2)
> +         output[0] = (input[0] + input[1] + input[2]) * f1 / 3;
> +      else {
> +         output[0] = input[0] * f1;
> +         output[1] = input[1] * f1;
> +         output[2] = input[2] * f1;
> +      }
> +      if (req_comp == 2) output[1] = 1;
> +      if (req_comp == 4) output[3] = 1;
> +   } else {
> +      switch (req_comp) {
> +         case 4: output[3] = 1; /* fallthrough */
> +         case 3: output[0] = output[1] = output[2] = 0;
> +                 break;
> +         case 2: output[1] = 1; /* fallthrough */
> +         case 1: output[0] = 0;
> +                 break;
> +      }
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static float *stbi__hdr_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN];
> +   char *token;
> +   int valid = 0;
> +   int width, height;
> +   stbi_uc *scanline;
> +   float *hdr_data;
> +   int len;
> +   unsigned char count, value;
> +   int i, j, k, c1,c2, z;
> +   const char *headerToken;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   // Check identifier
> +   headerToken = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
> +   if (strcmp(headerToken, "#?RADIANCE") != 0 && strcmp(headerToken, "#?RGBE") != 0)
> +      return stbi__errpf("not HDR", "Corrupt HDR image");
> +
> +   // Parse header
> +   for(;;) {
> +      token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
> +      if (token[0] == 0) break;
> +      if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1;
> +   }
> +
> +   if (!valid)    return stbi__errpf("unsupported format", "Unsupported HDR format");
> +
> +   // Parse width and height
> +   // can't use sscanf() if we're not using stdio!
> +   token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
> +   if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3))  return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format");
> +   token += 3;
> +   height = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10);
> +   while (*token == ' ') ++token;
> +   if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3))  return stbi__errpf("unsupported data layout", "Unsupported HDR format");
> +   token += 3;
> +   width = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10);
> +
> +   if (height > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpf("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (width > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpf("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   *x = width;
> +   *y = height;
> +
> +   if (comp) *comp = 3;
> +   if (req_comp == 0) req_comp = 3;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__mad4sizes_valid(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0))
> +      return stbi__errpf("too large", "HDR image is too large");
> +
> +   // Read data
> +   hdr_data = (float *) stbi__malloc_mad4(width, height, req_comp, sizeof(float), 0);
> +   if (!hdr_data)
> +      return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +
> +   // Load image data
> +   // image data is stored as some number of sca
> +   if ( width < 8 || width >= 32768) {
> +      // Read flat data
> +      for (j=0; j < height; ++j) {
> +         for (i=0; i < width; ++i) {
> +            stbi_uc rgbe[4];
> +           main_decode_loop:
> +            stbi__getn(s, rgbe, 4);
> +            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data + j * width * req_comp + i * req_comp, rgbe, req_comp);
> +         }
> +      }
> +   } else {
> +      // Read RLE-encoded data
> +      scanline = NULL;
> +
> +      for (j = 0; j < height; ++j) {
> +         c1 = stbi__get8(s);
> +         c2 = stbi__get8(s);
> +         len = stbi__get8(s);
> +         if (c1 != 2 || c2 != 2 || (len & 0x80)) {
> +            // not run-length encoded, so we have to actually use THIS data as a decoded
> +            // pixel (note this can't be a valid pixel--one of RGB must be >= 128)
> +            stbi_uc rgbe[4];
> +            rgbe[0] = (stbi_uc) c1;
> +            rgbe[1] = (stbi_uc) c2;
> +            rgbe[2] = (stbi_uc) len;
> +            rgbe[3] = (stbi_uc) stbi__get8(s);
> +            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data, rgbe, req_comp);
> +            i = 1;
> +            j = 0;
> +            STBI_FREE(scanline);
> +            goto main_decode_loop; // yes, this makes no sense
> +         }
> +         len <<= 8;
> +         len |= stbi__get8(s);
> +         if (len != width) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("invalid decoded scanline length", "corrupt HDR"); }
> +         if (scanline == NULL) {
> +            scanline = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad2(width, 4, 0);
> +            if (!scanline) {
> +               STBI_FREE(hdr_data);
> +               return stbi__errpf("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +            }
> +         }
> +
> +         for (k = 0; k < 4; ++k) {
> +            int nleft;
> +            i = 0;
> +            while ((nleft = width - i) > 0) {
> +               count = stbi__get8(s);
> +               if (count > 128) {
> +                  // Run
> +                  value = stbi__get8(s);
> +                  count -= 128;
> +                  if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); }
> +                  for (z = 0; z < count; ++z)
> +                     scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = value;
> +               } else {
> +                  // Dump
> +                  if (count > nleft) { STBI_FREE(hdr_data); STBI_FREE(scanline); return stbi__errpf("corrupt", "bad RLE data in HDR"); }
> +                  for (z = 0; z < count; ++z)
> +                     scanline[i++ * 4 + k] = stbi__get8(s);
> +               }
> +            }
> +         }
> +         for (i=0; i < width; ++i)
> +            stbi__hdr_convert(hdr_data+(j*width + i)*req_comp, scanline + i*4, req_comp);
> +      }
> +      if (scanline)
> +         STBI_FREE(scanline);
> +   }
> +
> +   return hdr_data;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__hdr_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   char buffer[STBI__HDR_BUFLEN];
> +   char *token;
> +   int valid = 0;
> +   int dummy;
> +
> +   if (!x) x = &dummy;
> +   if (!y) y = &dummy;
> +   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
> +
> +   if (stbi__hdr_test(s) == 0) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +
> +   for(;;) {
> +      token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
> +      if (token[0] == 0) break;
> +      if (strcmp(token, "FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe") == 0) valid = 1;
> +   }
> +
> +   if (!valid) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   token = stbi__hdr_gettoken(s,buffer);
> +   if (strncmp(token, "-Y ", 3)) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   token += 3;
> +   *y = (int) strtol(token, &token, 10);
> +   while (*token == ' ') ++token;
> +   if (strncmp(token, "+X ", 3)) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   token += 3;
> +   *x = (int) strtol(token, NULL, 10);
> +   *comp = 3;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif // STBI_NO_HDR
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +static int stbi__bmp_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   void *p;
> +   stbi__bmp_data info;
> +
> +   info.all_a = 255;
> +   p = stbi__bmp_parse_header(s, &info);
> +   stbi__rewind( s );
> +   if (p == NULL)
> +      return 0;
> +   if (x) *x = s->img_x;
> +   if (y) *y = s->img_y;
> +   if (comp) {
> +      if (info.bpp == 24 && info.ma == 0xff000000)
> +         *comp = 3;
> +      else
> +         *comp = info.ma ? 4 : 3;
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +static int stbi__psd_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   int channelCount, dummy, depth;
> +   if (!x) x = &dummy;
> +   if (!y) y = &dummy;
> +   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
> +   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   stbi__skip(s, 6);
> +   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   *y = stbi__get32be(s);
> +   *x = stbi__get32be(s);
> +   depth = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (depth != 8 && depth != 16) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 3) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   *comp = 4;
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__psd_is16(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   int channelCount, depth;
> +   if (stbi__get32be(s) != 0x38425053) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   if (stbi__get16be(s) != 1) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   stbi__skip(s, 6);
> +   channelCount = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (channelCount < 0 || channelCount > 16) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   (void) stbi__get32be(s);
> +   (void) stbi__get32be(s);
> +   depth = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (depth != 16) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
> +static int stbi__pic_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   int act_comp=0,num_packets=0,chained,dummy;
> +   stbi__pic_packet packets[10];
> +
> +   if (!x) x = &dummy;
> +   if (!y) y = &dummy;
> +   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__pic_is4(s,"\x53\x80\xF6\x34")) {
> +      stbi__rewind(s);
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +
> +   stbi__skip(s, 88);
> +
> +   *x = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   *y = stbi__get16be(s);
> +   if (stbi__at_eof(s)) {
> +      stbi__rewind( s);
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +   if ( (*x) != 0 && (1 << 28) / (*x) < (*y)) {
> +      stbi__rewind( s );
> +      return 0;
> +   }
> +
> +   stbi__skip(s, 8);
> +
> +   do {
> +      stbi__pic_packet *packet;
> +
> +      if (num_packets==sizeof(packets)/sizeof(packets[0]))
> +         return 0;
> +
> +      packet = &packets[num_packets++];
> +      chained = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->size    = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->type    = stbi__get8(s);
> +      packet->channel = stbi__get8(s);
> +      act_comp |= packet->channel;
> +
> +      if (stbi__at_eof(s)) {
> +          stbi__rewind( s );
> +          return 0;
> +      }
> +      if (packet->size != 8) {
> +          stbi__rewind( s );
> +          return 0;
> +      }
> +   } while (chained);
> +
> +   *comp = (act_comp & 0x10 ? 4 : 3);
> +
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +// *************************************************************************************************
> +// Portable Gray Map and Portable Pixel Map loader
> +// by Ken Miller
> +//
> +// PGM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/pgm.html
> +// PPM: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/ppm.html
> +//
> +// Known limitations:
> +//    Does not support comments in the header section
> +//    Does not support ASCII image data (formats P2 and P3)
> +//    Does not support 16-bit-per-channel
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
> +
> +static int      stbi__pnm_test(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   char p, t;
> +   p = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   t = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) {
> +       stbi__rewind( s );
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +   return 1;
> +}
> +
> +static void *stbi__pnm_load(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp, int req_comp, stbi__result_info *ri)
> +{
> +   stbi_uc *out;
> +   STBI_NOTUSED(ri);
> +
> +   if (!stbi__pnm_info(s, (int *)&s->img_x, (int *)&s->img_y, (int *)&s->img_n))
> +      return 0;
> +
> +   if (s->img_y > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +   if (s->img_x > STBI_MAX_DIMENSIONS) return stbi__errpuc("too large","Very large image (corrupt?)");
> +
> +   *x = s->img_x;
> +   *y = s->img_y;
> +   if (comp) *comp = s->img_n;
> +
> +   if (!stbi__mad3sizes_valid(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0))
> +      return stbi__errpuc("too large", "PNM too large");
> +
> +   out = (stbi_uc *) stbi__malloc_mad3(s->img_n, s->img_x, s->img_y, 0);
> +   if (!out) return stbi__errpuc("outofmem", "Out of memory");
> +   stbi__getn(s, out, s->img_n * s->img_x * s->img_y);
> +
> +   if (req_comp && req_comp != s->img_n) {
> +      out = stbi__convert_format(out, s->img_n, req_comp, s->img_x, s->img_y);
> +      if (out == NULL) return out; // stbi__convert_format frees input on failure
> +   }
> +   return out;
> +}
> +
> +static int      stbi__pnm_isspace(char c)
> +{
> +   return c == ' ' || c == '\t' || c == '\n' || c == '\v' || c == '\f' || c == '\r';
> +}
> +
> +static void     stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(stbi__context *s, char *c)
> +{
> +   for (;;) {
> +      while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isspace(*c))
> +         *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +
> +      if (stbi__at_eof(s) || *c != '#')
> +         break;
> +
> +      while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && *c != '\n' && *c != '\r' )
> +         *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   }
> +}
> +
> +static int      stbi__pnm_isdigit(char c)
> +{
> +   return c >= '0' && c <= '9';
> +}
> +
> +static int      stbi__pnm_getinteger(stbi__context *s, char *c)
> +{
> +   int value = 0;
> +
> +   while (!stbi__at_eof(s) && stbi__pnm_isdigit(*c)) {
> +      value = value*10 + (*c - '0');
> +      *c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   }
> +
> +   return value;
> +}
> +
> +static int      stbi__pnm_info(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   int maxv, dummy;
> +   char c, p, t;
> +
> +   if (!x) x = &dummy;
> +   if (!y) y = &dummy;
> +   if (!comp) comp = &dummy;
> +
> +   stbi__rewind(s);
> +
> +   // Get identifier
> +   p = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   t = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   if (p != 'P' || (t != '5' && t != '6')) {
> +       stbi__rewind(s);
> +       return 0;
> +   }
> +
> +   *comp = (t == '6') ? 3 : 1;  // '5' is 1-component .pgm; '6' is 3-component .ppm
> +
> +   c = (char) stbi__get8(s);
> +   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
> +
> +   *x = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read width
> +   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
> +
> +   *y = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c); // read height
> +   stbi__pnm_skip_whitespace(s, &c);
> +
> +   maxv = stbi__pnm_getinteger(s, &c);  // read max value
> +
> +   if (maxv > 255)
> +      return stbi__err("max value > 255", "PPM image not 8-bit");
> +   else
> +      return 1;
> +}
> +#endif
> +
> +static int stbi__info_main(stbi__context *s, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_JPEG
> +   if (stbi__jpeg_info(s, x, y, comp)) return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
> +   if (stbi__png_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_GIF
> +   if (stbi__gif_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_BMP
> +   if (stbi__bmp_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +   if (stbi__psd_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PIC
> +   if (stbi__pic_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNM
> +   if (stbi__pnm_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_HDR
> +   if (stbi__hdr_info(s, x, y, comp))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   // test tga last because it's a crappy test!
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_TGA
> +   if (stbi__tga_info(s, x, y, comp))
> +       return 1;
> +   #endif
> +   return stbi__err("unknown image type", "Image not of any known type, or corrupt");
> +}
> +
> +static int stbi__is_16_main(stbi__context *s)
> +{
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PNG
> +   if (stbi__png_is16(s))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   #ifndef STBI_NO_PSD
> +   if (stbi__psd_is16(s))  return 1;
> +   #endif
> +
> +   return 0;
> +}
> +
> +#ifndef STBI_NO_STDIO
> +STBIDEF int stbi_info(char const *filename, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +    FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +    int result;
> +    if (!f) return stbi__err("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
> +    result = stbi_info_from_file(f, x, y, comp);
> +    fclose(f);
> +    return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_file(FILE *f, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   int r;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   long pos = ftell(f);
> +   stbi__start_file(&s, f);
> +   r = stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
> +   fseek(f,pos,SEEK_SET);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit(char const *filename)
> +{
> +    FILE *f = stbi__fopen(filename, "rb");
> +    int result;
> +    if (!f) return stbi__err("can't fopen", "Unable to open file");
> +    result = stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(f);
> +    fclose(f);
> +    return result;
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_file(FILE *f)
> +{
> +   int r;
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   long pos = ftell(f);
> +   stbi__start_file(&s, f);
> +   r = stbi__is_16_main(&s);
> +   fseek(f,pos,SEEK_SET);
> +   return r;
> +}
> +#endif // !STBI_NO_STDIO
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_info_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *c, void *user, int *x, int *y, int *comp)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) c, user);
> +   return stbi__info_main(&s,x,y,comp);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_memory(stbi_uc const *buffer, int len)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_mem(&s,buffer,len);
> +   return stbi__is_16_main(&s);
> +}
> +
> +STBIDEF int stbi_is_16_bit_from_callbacks(stbi_io_callbacks const *c, void *user)
> +{
> +   stbi__context s;
> +   stbi__start_callbacks(&s, (stbi_io_callbacks *) c, user);
> +   return stbi__is_16_main(&s);
> +}
> +
> +#endif // STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> +
> +/*
> +   revision history:
> +      2.20  (2019-02-07) support utf8 filenames in Windows; fix warnings and platform ifdefs
> +      2.19  (2018-02-11) fix warning
> +      2.18  (2018-01-30) fix warnings
> +      2.17  (2018-01-29) change sbti__shiftsigned to avoid clang -O2 bug
> +                         1-bit BMP
> +                         *_is_16_bit api
> +                         avoid warnings
> +      2.16  (2017-07-23) all functions have 16-bit variants;
> +                         STBI_NO_STDIO works again;
> +                         compilation fixes;
> +                         fix rounding in unpremultiply;
> +                         optimize vertical flip;
> +                         disable raw_len validation;
> +                         documentation fixes
> +      2.15  (2017-03-18) fix png-1,2,4 bug; now all Imagenet JPGs decode;
> +                         warning fixes; disable run-time SSE detection on gcc;
> +                         uniform handling of optional "return" values;
> +                         thread-safe initialization of zlib tables
> +      2.14  (2017-03-03) remove deprecated STBI_JPEG_OLD; fixes for Imagenet JPGs
> +      2.13  (2016-11-29) add 16-bit API, only supported for PNG right now
> +      2.12  (2016-04-02) fix typo in 2.11 PSD fix that caused crashes
> +      2.11  (2016-04-02) allocate large structures on the stack
> +                         remove white matting for transparent PSD
> +                         fix reported channel count for PNG & BMP
> +                         re-enable SSE2 in non-gcc 64-bit
> +                         support RGB-formatted JPEG
> +                         read 16-bit PNGs (only as 8-bit)
> +      2.10  (2016-01-22) avoid warning introduced in 2.09 by STBI_REALLOC_SIZED
> +      2.09  (2016-01-16) allow comments in PNM files
> +                         16-bit-per-pixel TGA (not bit-per-component)
> +                         info() for TGA could break due to .hdr handling
> +                         info() for BMP to shares code instead of sloppy parse
> +                         can use STBI_REALLOC_SIZED if allocator doesn't support realloc
> +                         code cleanup
> +      2.08  (2015-09-13) fix to 2.07 cleanup, reading RGB PSD as RGBA
> +      2.07  (2015-09-13) fix compiler warnings
> +                         partial animated GIF support
> +                         limited 16-bpc PSD support
> +                         #ifdef unused functions
> +                         bug with < 92 byte PIC,PNM,HDR,TGA
> +      2.06  (2015-04-19) fix bug where PSD returns wrong '*comp' value
> +      2.05  (2015-04-19) fix bug in progressive JPEG handling, fix warning
> +      2.04  (2015-04-15) try to re-enable SIMD on MinGW 64-bit
> +      2.03  (2015-04-12) extra corruption checking (mmozeiko)
> +                         stbi_set_flip_vertically_on_load (nguillemot)
> +                         fix NEON support; fix mingw support
> +      2.02  (2015-01-19) fix incorrect assert, fix warning
> +      2.01  (2015-01-17) fix various warnings; suppress SIMD on gcc 32-bit without -msse2
> +      2.00b (2014-12-25) fix STBI_MALLOC in progressive JPEG
> +      2.00  (2014-12-25) optimize JPG, including x86 SSE2 & NEON SIMD (ryg)
> +                         progressive JPEG (stb)
> +                         PGM/PPM support (Ken Miller)
> +                         STBI_MALLOC,STBI_REALLOC,STBI_FREE
> +                         GIF bugfix -- seemingly never worked
> +                         STBI_NO_*, STBI_ONLY_*
> +      1.48  (2014-12-14) fix incorrectly-named assert()
> +      1.47  (2014-12-14) 1/2/4-bit PNG support, both direct and paletted (Omar Cornut & stb)
> +                         optimize PNG (ryg)
> +                         fix bug in interlaced PNG with user-specified channel count (stb)
> +      1.46  (2014-08-26)
> +              fix broken tRNS chunk (colorkey-style transparency) in non-paletted PNG
> +      1.45  (2014-08-16)
> +              fix MSVC-ARM internal compiler error by wrapping malloc
> +      1.44  (2014-08-07)
> +              various warning fixes from Ronny Chevalier
> +      1.43  (2014-07-15)
> +              fix MSVC-only compiler problem in code changed in 1.42
> +      1.42  (2014-07-09)
> +              don't define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS (affects user code)
> +              fixes to stbi__cleanup_jpeg path
> +              added STBI_ASSERT to avoid requiring assert.h
> +      1.41  (2014-06-25)
> +              fix search&replace from 1.36 that messed up comments/error messages
> +      1.40  (2014-06-22)
> +              fix gcc struct-initialization warning
> +      1.39  (2014-06-15)
> +              fix to TGA optimization when req_comp != number of components in TGA;
> +              fix to GIF loading because BMP wasn't rewinding (whoops, no GIFs in my test suite)
> +              add support for BMP version 5 (more ignored fields)
> +      1.38  (2014-06-06)
> +              suppress MSVC warnings on integer casts truncating values
> +              fix accidental rename of 'skip' field of I/O
> +      1.37  (2014-06-04)
> +              remove duplicate typedef
> +      1.36  (2014-06-03)
> +              convert to header file single-file library
> +              if de-iphone isn't set, load iphone images color-swapped instead of returning NULL
> +      1.35  (2014-05-27)
> +              various warnings
> +              fix broken STBI_SIMD path
> +              fix bug where stbi_load_from_file no longer left file pointer in correct place
> +              fix broken non-easy path for 32-bit BMP (possibly never used)
> +              TGA optimization by Arseny Kapoulkine
> +      1.34  (unknown)
> +              use STBI_NOTUSED in stbi__resample_row_generic(), fix one more leak in tga failure case
> +      1.33  (2011-07-14)
> +              make stbi_is_hdr work in STBI_NO_HDR (as specified), minor compiler-friendly improvements
> +      1.32  (2011-07-13)
> +              support for "info" function for all supported filetypes (SpartanJ)
> +      1.31  (2011-06-20)
> +              a few more leak fixes, bug in PNG handling (SpartanJ)
> +      1.30  (2011-06-11)
> +              added ability to load files via callbacks to accomidate custom input streams (Ben Wenger)
> +              removed deprecated format-specific test/load functions
> +              removed support for installable file formats (stbi_loader) -- would have been broken for IO callbacks anyway
> +              error cases in bmp and tga give messages and don't leak (Raymond Barbiero, grisha)
> +              fix inefficiency in decoding 32-bit BMP (David Woo)
> +      1.29  (2010-08-16)
> +              various warning fixes from Aurelien Pocheville
> +      1.28  (2010-08-01)
> +              fix bug in GIF palette transparency (SpartanJ)
> +      1.27  (2010-08-01)
> +              cast-to-stbi_uc to fix warnings
> +      1.26  (2010-07-24)
> +              fix bug in file buffering for PNG reported by SpartanJ
> +      1.25  (2010-07-17)
> +              refix trans_data warning (Won Chun)
> +      1.24  (2010-07-12)
> +              perf improvements reading from files on platforms with lock-heavy fgetc()
> +              minor perf improvements for jpeg
> +              deprecated type-specific functions so we'll get feedback if they're needed
> +              attempt to fix trans_data warning (Won Chun)
> +      1.23    fixed bug in iPhone support
> +      1.22  (2010-07-10)
> +              removed image *writing* support
> +              stbi_info support from Jetro Lauha
> +              GIF support from Jean-Marc Lienher
> +              iPhone PNG-extensions from James Brown
> +              warning-fixes from Nicolas Schulz and Janez Zemva (i.stbi__err. Janez (U+017D)emva)
> +      1.21    fix use of 'stbi_uc' in header (reported by jon blow)
> +      1.20    added support for Softimage PIC, by Tom Seddon
> +      1.19    bug in interlaced PNG corruption check (found by ryg)
> +      1.18  (2008-08-02)
> +              fix a threading bug (local mutable static)
> +      1.17    support interlaced PNG
> +      1.16    major bugfix - stbi__convert_format converted one too many pixels
> +      1.15    initialize some fields for thread safety
> +      1.14    fix threadsafe conversion bug
> +              header-file-only version (#define STBI_HEADER_FILE_ONLY before including)
> +      1.13    threadsafe
> +      1.12    const qualifiers in the API
> +      1.11    Support installable IDCT, colorspace conversion routines
> +      1.10    Fixes for 64-bit (don't use "unsigned long")
> +              optimized upsampling by Fabian "ryg" Giesen
> +      1.09    Fix format-conversion for PSD code (bad global variables!)
> +      1.08    Thatcher Ulrich's PSD code integrated by Nicolas Schulz
> +      1.07    attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again
> +      1.06    attempt to fix C++ warning/errors again
> +      1.05    fix TGA loading to return correct *comp and use good luminance calc
> +      1.04    default float alpha is 1, not 255; use 'void *' for stbi_image_free
> +      1.03    bugfixes to STBI_NO_STDIO, STBI_NO_HDR
> +      1.02    support for (subset of) HDR files, float interface for preferred access to them
> +      1.01    fix bug: possible bug in handling right-side up bmps... not sure
> +              fix bug: the stbi__bmp_load() and stbi__tga_load() functions didn't work at all
> +      1.00    interface to zlib that skips zlib header
> +      0.99    correct handling of alpha in palette
> +      0.98    TGA loader by lonesock; dynamically add loaders (untested)
> +      0.97    jpeg errors on too large a file; also catch another malloc failure
> +      0.96    fix detection of invalid v value - particleman@mollyrocket forum
> +      0.95    during header scan, seek to markers in case of padding
> +      0.94    STBI_NO_STDIO to disable stdio usage; rename all #defines the same
> +      0.93    handle jpegtran output; verbose errors
> +      0.92    read 4,8,16,24,32-bit BMP files of several formats
> +      0.91    output 24-bit Windows 3.0 BMP files
> +      0.90    fix a few more warnings; bump version number to approach 1.0
> +      0.61    bugfixes due to Marc LeBlanc, Christopher Lloyd
> +      0.60    fix compiling as c++
> +      0.59    fix warnings: merge Dave Moore's -Wall fixes
> +      0.58    fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len/nlen was wrong endian
> +      0.57    fix bug: jpg last huffman symbol before marker was >9 bits but less than 16 available
> +      0.56    fix bug: zlib uncompressed mode len vs. nlen
> +      0.55    fix bug: restart_interval not initialized to 0
> +      0.54    allow NULL for 'int *comp'
> +      0.53    fix bug in png 3->4; speedup png decoding
> +      0.52    png handles req_comp=3,4 directly; minor cleanup; jpeg comments
> +      0.51    obey req_comp requests, 1-component jpegs return as 1-component,
> +              on 'test' only check type, not whether we support this variant
> +      0.50  (2006-11-19)
> +              first released version
> +*/
> +
> +
> +/*
> +------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> +This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer.
> +------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> +ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License
> +Copyright (c) 2017 Sean Barrett
> +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
> +this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in
> +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
> +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies
> +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
> +so, subject to the following conditions:
> +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
> +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
> +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
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* Re: [PATCH 2/5] gui: Add qoi image format
  2022-01-14 10:05   ` Ahmad Fatoum
@ 2022-01-14 10:54     ` Jules Maselbas
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-14 10:54 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Ahmad Fatoum; +Cc: barebox

On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 11:05:15AM +0100, Ahmad Fatoum wrote:
> On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> 
> Could you add a link there the project is from, what version
> you're importing. Perhaps how to update them in the future?
> (Do we touch the header, or is it just some macros we define
> outside).
ok, I'll amend the commit message with the following information:
The project home page can be found at https://qoiformat.org with
a single header file reference implementation of encoder/decoder
that is currently hosted at https://github.com/phoboslab/qoi.
There is no plan for future version, this is a frozen format.

> > diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.c b/lib/gui/qoi.c
> > new file mode 100644
> > index 0000000000..f6c1bc1b94
> > --- /dev/null
> > +++ b/lib/gui/qoi.c
> 
> License statement missing.
ok

> > +
> > +	pr_debug("qoi: %d x %d  x %d data@0x%p\n", img->width, img->height,
> > +		 img->bits_per_pixel, img->data);
> 
> Nitpick: You can define a common prefix
> with pr_fmt at the top of the file, e.g
> 
> #define pr_fmt(fmt) "qoi: " fmt
sure will do

> > +	return img;
> > +}
> > +
> > +static void qoi_close(struct image *img)
> > +{
> > +	free(img->data);
> 
> Curious API that open() is allocating, but close's caller is
> the one resposible for freeing. Should probably be fixed up.
> 
> > +static struct image_renderer qoi = {
> > +	.type = filetype_qoi,
> > +	.open = qoi_open,
> > +	.close = qoi_close,
> > +	.renderer = qoi_renderer,
> > +	.keep_file_data = 1,
> 
> Do you really need this? For bmp, it makes sense, because the pixel data isn't
> compressed, so there are direct pointers into it. But if you uncompress into a
> newly allocated buffer, you should not need to keep (and leak) inbuf's content
> 
You're right, I haven't look at what .keep_file_data was for and, it is
indeed not needed.

> > +};
> > +
> > +static int qoi_init(void)
> > +{
> > +	return image_renderer_register(&qoi);
> > +}
> > +fs_initcall(qoi_init);
> > diff --git a/lib/gui/qoi.h b/lib/gui/qoi.h
> > new file mode 100644
> > index 0000000000..988f9edcb4
> > --- /dev/null
> > +++ b/lib/gui/qoi.h
> > @@ -0,0 +1,671 @@
> > +/*
> > +
> > +QOI - The "Quite OK Image" format for fast, lossless image compression
> > +
> > +Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
> > +
> > +
> > +-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
> 
> Can you turn this into a SPDX-License-Identifier: please?
ok

> > +
> > +Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
> > +
> > +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
> > +this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
> > +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
> > +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
> > +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
> > +so, subject to the following conditions :
> > +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
> > +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
> > +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
> > +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
> > +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
> > +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
> > +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
> > +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
> > +SOFTWARE.
> > +





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* Re: [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
  2022-01-14 10:29   ` Ahmad Fatoum
@ 2022-01-14 11:14     ` Jules Maselbas
  2022-01-17 11:48       ` Ahmad Fatoum
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 13+ messages in thread
From: Jules Maselbas @ 2022-01-14 11:14 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Ahmad Fatoum; +Cc: barebox

On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 11:29:58AM +0100, Ahmad Fatoum wrote:
> On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> > ImageMagick will eventually support the qoi image format, in the
> > mean time add a png to qoi conversion program.
> > 
> > Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
> > ---
> >  scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
> >  scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
> >  scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
> >  scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> >  4 files changed, 7853 insertions(+)
> >  create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
> >  create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h
> > 
> > diff --git a/scripts/Kconfig b/scripts/Kconfig
> > index 9b744deba9..747f665e02 100644
> > --- a/scripts/Kconfig
> > +++ b/scripts/Kconfig
> > @@ -110,6 +110,11 @@ config RK_USB_LOADER
> >  
> >  	  You need libusb-1.0 to compile this tool.
> >  
> > +config QOICONV
> > +	bool "QOI image format conversion" if COMPILE_HOST_TOOLS
> > +	help
> > +	  This enable converting png to qoi images to generate boot logo.
> > +
> >  endmenu
> >  
> >  menu "Target Tools"
> > diff --git a/scripts/Makefile b/scripts/Makefile
> > index dc5fa75f90..cbaf2d55ff 100644
> > --- a/scripts/Makefile
> > +++ b/scripts/Makefile
> > @@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ hostprogs-always-y					+= fix_size
> >  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxenv
> >  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxcrc32
> >  hostprogs-always-y					+= kernel-install
> > +hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_QOICONV)			+= qoiconv
> >  hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_RSA_BUILTIN_KEYS)	+= rsatoc
> >  HOSTCFLAGS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --cflags openssl`
> >  HOSTLDLIBS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --libs openssl`
> > diff --git a/scripts/qoiconv.c b/scripts/qoiconv.c
> > new file mode 100644
> > index 0000000000..010c70ead0
> > --- /dev/null
> > +++ b/scripts/qoiconv.c
> > @@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
Probably missing SPDX identifiers as well

> > +/*
> > +
> > +Command line tool to convert between png <> qoi format
> > +
> > +Requires "stb_image.h" and "stb_image_write.h"
> > +Compile with: 
> > +	gcc qoiconv.c -std=c99 -O3 -o qoiconv
> > +
> > +Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
> > +
> > +
> > +-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
> > +
> > +Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
> > +
> > +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
> > +this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
> > +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
> > +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
> > +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
> > +so, subject to the following conditions :
> > +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
> > +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
> > +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
> > +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
> > +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
> > +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
> > +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
> > +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
> > +SOFTWARE.
> > +
> > +*/
> 
> Can you not reuse the header added in the previous commit?
I am not sure what you mean here, the qoi.h header is reused from
lib/gui/qoi.h, see the include below.
Are you sugesting to _not_ reuse the header?


> > +
> > +
> > +#define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
> > +#define STBI_ONLY_PNG
> > +#define STBI_NO_LINEAR
> > +#include "stb_image.h"
> > +
> > +#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
> > +#include "../lib/gui/qoi.h"
included here.







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* Re: [PATCH 3/5] scripts: Add qoiconv to convert png to qoi
  2022-01-14 11:14     ` Jules Maselbas
@ 2022-01-17 11:48       ` Ahmad Fatoum
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 13+ messages in thread
From: Ahmad Fatoum @ 2022-01-17 11:48 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jules Maselbas; +Cc: barebox

On 14.01.22 12:14, Jules Maselbas wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 11:29:58AM +0100, Ahmad Fatoum wrote:
>> On 10.01.22 23:12, Jules Maselbas wrote:
>>> ImageMagick will eventually support the qoi image format, in the
>>> mean time add a png to qoi conversion program.
>>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Jules Maselbas <jmaselbas@kalray.eu>
>>> ---
>>>  scripts/Kconfig     |    5 +
>>>  scripts/Makefile    |    1 +
>>>  scripts/qoiconv.c   |   91 +
>>>  scripts/stb_image.h | 7756 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>>>  4 files changed, 7853 insertions(+)
>>>  create mode 100644 scripts/qoiconv.c
>>>  create mode 100644 scripts/stb_image.h
>>>
>>> diff --git a/scripts/Kconfig b/scripts/Kconfig
>>> index 9b744deba9..747f665e02 100644
>>> --- a/scripts/Kconfig
>>> +++ b/scripts/Kconfig
>>> @@ -110,6 +110,11 @@ config RK_USB_LOADER
>>>  
>>>  	  You need libusb-1.0 to compile this tool.
>>>  
>>> +config QOICONV
>>> +	bool "QOI image format conversion" if COMPILE_HOST_TOOLS
>>> +	help
>>> +	  This enable converting png to qoi images to generate boot logo.
>>> +
>>>  endmenu
>>>  
>>>  menu "Target Tools"
>>> diff --git a/scripts/Makefile b/scripts/Makefile
>>> index dc5fa75f90..cbaf2d55ff 100644
>>> --- a/scripts/Makefile
>>> +++ b/scripts/Makefile
>>> @@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ hostprogs-always-y					+= fix_size
>>>  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxenv
>>>  hostprogs-always-y					+= bareboxcrc32
>>>  hostprogs-always-y					+= kernel-install
>>> +hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_QOICONV)			+= qoiconv
>>>  hostprogs-always-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_RSA_BUILTIN_KEYS)	+= rsatoc
>>>  HOSTCFLAGS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --cflags openssl`
>>>  HOSTLDLIBS_rsatoc = `pkg-config --libs openssl`
>>> diff --git a/scripts/qoiconv.c b/scripts/qoiconv.c
>>> new file mode 100644
>>> index 0000000000..010c70ead0
>>> --- /dev/null
>>> +++ b/scripts/qoiconv.c
>>> @@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
> Probably missing SPDX identifiers as well
> 
>>> +/*
>>> +
>>> +Command line tool to convert between png <> qoi format
>>> +
>>> +Requires "stb_image.h" and "stb_image_write.h"
>>> +Compile with: 
>>> +	gcc qoiconv.c -std=c99 -O3 -o qoiconv
>>> +
>>> +Dominic Szablewski - https://phoboslab.org
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +-- LICENSE: The MIT License(MIT)
>>> +
>>> +Copyright(c) 2021 Dominic Szablewski
>>> +
>>> +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
>>> +this software and associated documentation files(the "Software"), to deal in
>>> +the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
>>> +use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and / or sell copies
>>> +of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
>>> +so, subject to the following conditions :
>>> +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
>>> +copies or substantial portions of the Software.
>>> +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
>>> +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
>>> +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
>>> +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
>>> +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
>>> +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
>>> +SOFTWARE.
>>> +
>>> +*/
>>
>> Can you not reuse the header added in the previous commit?
> I am not sure what you mean here, the qoi.h header is reused from
> lib/gui/qoi.h, see the include below.
> Are you sugesting to _not_ reuse the header?

All good then. I missed that.

> 
> 
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +#define STB_IMAGE_IMPLEMENTATION
>>> +#define STBI_ONLY_PNG
>>> +#define STBI_NO_LINEAR
>>> +#include "stb_image.h"
>>> +
>>> +#define QOI_IMPLEMENTATION
>>> +#include "../lib/gui/qoi.h"
> included here.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 


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