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package javax.swing.plaf.basic;

import java.awt.Color;
import java.awt.Component;
import java.awt.Graphics;
import java.awt.Insets;
import java.awt.Rectangle;
import java.io.Serializable;

import javax.swing.AbstractButton;
import javax.swing.ButtonModel;
import javax.swing.JButton;
import javax.swing.JPopupMenu;
import javax.swing.JSplitPane;
import javax.swing.JToolBar;
import javax.swing.UIDefaults;
import javax.swing.UIManager;
import javax.swing.border.AbstractBorder;
import javax.swing.border.BevelBorder;
import javax.swing.border.Border;
import javax.swing.plaf.BorderUIResource;
import javax.swing.plaf.UIResource;
import javax.swing.text.JTextComponent;

/**
 * Provides various borders for the Basic look and feel.
 *
 * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
 */
00068 public class BasicBorders
{
  /**
   * A MarginBorder that gets shared by multiple components.
   * Created on demand by the private helper function {@link
   * #getMarginBorder()}.
   */
00075   private static MarginBorder sharedMarginBorder;


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing push buttons.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;Button.shadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;Button.darkShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;Button.light&#x201d;</code>, and
   * <code>&#x201c;Button.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.ButtonBorder-1.png" width="300"
   * height="170" alt="[A screen shot of the returned border]" />
   *
   * @return a {@link
   *         javax.swing.plaf.BorderUIResource#CompoundBorderUIResource}
   *         whose outer border is a {@link #ButtonBorder} and whose
   *         inner border is a {@link #MarginBorder}.
   */
00096   public static Border getButtonBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;
    Border outer;

    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();

    /* The keys for UIDefaults have been determined by writing a
     * test program that dumps the UIDefaults to stdout; that program
     * was run on a JDK 1.4.1_01 for GNU/Linux. Note that in the API,
     * the key "light" is usually called "highlight", and "highlight"
     * is usually called "lightHighlight".
     */
    outer = new ButtonBorder(defaults.getColor("Button.shadow"),
                             defaults.getColor("Button.darkShadow"),
                             defaults.getColor("Button.light"),
                             defaults.getColor("Button.highlight"));

    /* While the inner border is shared between multiple buttons,
     * we do not share the outer border because ButtonBorders store
     * their border colors. We cannot guarantee that the colors
     * (which come from UIDefaults) are unchanged between invocations
     * of getButtonBorder. We could store the last colors, and share
     * the button border if the colors are the same as in the last
     * invocation, but it probably is not worth the effort.
     */
    return new BorderUIResource.CompoundBorderUIResource(
      outer,
      /* inner */ getMarginBorder());
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing radio buttons.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;RadioButton.shadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;RadioButton.darkShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;RadioButton.light&#x201d;</code>, and
   * <code>&#x201c;RadioButton.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.RadioButtonBorder-1.png" width="300"
   * height="135" alt="[A screen shot of the returned border]" />
   *
   * @return a {@link
   *         javax.swing.plaf.BorderUIResource#CompoundBorderUIResource}
   *         whose outer border is a {@link #RadioButtonBorder} and whose
   *         inner border is a {@link #MarginBorder}.
   */
00146   public static Border getRadioButtonBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;
    Border outer;

    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();

    /* The keys for UIDefaults have been determined by writing a
     * test program that dumps the UIDefaults to stdout; that program
     * was run on a JDK 1.4.1_01 for GNU/Linux. Note that in the API,
     * the key "light" is usually called "highlight", and "highlight"
     * is usually called "lightHighlight".
     */
    outer = new RadioButtonBorder(
      defaults.getColor("RadioButton.shadow"),
      defaults.getColor("RadioButton.darkShadow"),
      defaults.getColor("RadioButton.light"),
      defaults.getColor("RadioButton.highlight"));

    /* While the inner border is shared between multiple buttons, we
     * do not share the outer border because RadioButtonBorders, being
     * ButtonBorders, store their border colors. We cannot guarantee
     * that the colors (which come from UIDefaults) are unchanged
     * between invocations of getButtonBorder. We could store the last
     * colors, and share the button border if the colors are the same
     * as in the last invocation, but it probably is not worth the
     * effort.
     */
    return new BorderUIResource.CompoundBorderUIResource(
      outer,
      /* inner */ getMarginBorder());
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing toggle buttons.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;ToggleButton.shadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;ToggleButton.darkShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;ToggleButton.light&#x201d;</code>, and
   * <code>&#x201c;ToggleButton.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.ToggleButtonBorder-1.png" width="270"
   * height="135" alt="[A screen shot of the returned border]" />
   *
   * @return a {@link
   *         javax.swing.plaf.BorderUIResource#CompoundBorderUIResource}
   *         whose outer border is a {@link #ToggleButtonBorder} and whose
   *         inner border is a {@link #MarginBorder}.
   */
00198   public static Border getToggleButtonBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;
    Border outer;

    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();

    /* The keys for UIDefaults have been determined by writing a
     * test program that dumps the UIDefaults to stdout; that program
     * was run on a JDK 1.4.1_01 for GNU/Linux. Note that in the API,
     * the key "light" is usually called "highlight", and "highlight"
     * is usually called "lightHighlight".
     */
    outer = new ToggleButtonBorder(
      defaults.getColor("ToggleButton.shadow"),
      defaults.getColor("ToggleButton.darkShadow"),
      defaults.getColor("ToggleButton.light"),
      defaults.getColor("ToggleButton.highlight"));

    /* While the inner border is shared between multiple buttons, we
     * do not share the outer border because ToggleButtonBorders, being
     * ButtonBorders, store their border colors. We cannot guarantee
     * that the colors (which come from UIDefaults) are unchanged
     * between invocations of getButtonBorder. We could store the last
     * colors, and share the button border if the colors are the same
     * as in the last invocation, but it probably is not worth the
     * effort.
     */
    return new BorderUIResource.CompoundBorderUIResource(
      outer,
      /* inner */ getMarginBorder());
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing a two-pixel thick separator line
   * below menu bars.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;MenuBar.shadow&#x201d;</code> and
   * <code>&#x201c;MenuBar.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.MenuBarBorder-1.png" width="500"
   * height="140" alt="[A screen shot of a JMenuBar with this border]" />
   *
   * @return a {@link #MenuBarBorder}.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.JMenuBar
   */
00248   public static Border getMenuBarBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;

    /* See comment in methods above for why this border is not shared. */
    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();
    return new MenuBarBorder(defaults.getColor("MenuBar.shadow"),
                             defaults.getColor("MenuBar.highlight"));
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing a one-pixel thick border around
   * split panes that are interrupted where the divider joins the
   * border.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;SplitPane.darkShadow&#x201d;</code> and
   * <code>&#x201c;SplitPane.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *   
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-1.png" width="520"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT]" />
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-2.png" width="520"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT]" />
   *
   * @return a {@link #SplitPaneBorder}.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.JSplitPane
   * @see #getSplitPaneDividerBorder()
   */
00280   public static Border getSplitPaneBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;

    /* See comment in methods above for why this border is not shared. */
    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();
    return new SplitPaneBorder(defaults.getColor("SplitPane.highlight"),
                               defaults.getColor("SplitPane.darkShadow"));
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing a one-pixel thick border around
   * the divider of split panes.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the edges that are adjacent to the child components
   * of the <code>JSplitPane</code> are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;SplitPane.darkShadow&#x201d;</code> and
   * <code>&#x201c;SplitPane.highlight&#x201d;</code>. The color of the
   * other two edges is the background color of the divider.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneDividerBorder-1.png"
   * width="520" height="200" alt= 
   * "[A screen shot for JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT]" />
   *
   * @return an instance of <code>SplitPaneDividerBorder</code>, which is
   *         not a public API class of this package.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.JSplitPane
   * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicSplitPaneDivider
   * @see #getSplitPaneBorder()
   *
   * @since 1.3
   */
00315   public static Border getSplitPaneDividerBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;

    /* See comment in methods above for why this border is not shared. */
    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();
    return new SplitPaneDividerBorder(
      defaults.getColor("SplitPane.highlight"),
      defaults.getColor("SplitPane.darkShadow"));
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border for drawing a border around a text field
   * that makes the field appear as etched into the surface.
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;TextField.shadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;TextField.darkShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;TextField.light&#x201d;</code>, and
   * <code>&#x201c;TextField.highlight&#x201d;</code>.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.FieldBorder-1.png" width="500"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot of a border returned by
   * this method]" />
   *
   * @return an instance of
   * {@link javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicBorders$FieldBorder}.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.JTextField
   * @see javax.swing.text.JTextComponent
   */
00348   public static Border getTextFieldBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;

    /* See comment in methods above for why this border is not shared. */
    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();
    return new FieldBorder(
      defaults.getColor("TextField.shadow"),
      defaults.getColor("TextField.darkShadow"),
      defaults.getColor("TextField.light"),
      defaults.getColor("TextField.highlight"));
  }
  

  /**
   * Returns a two-pixel thick, green
   * <code>LineBorderUIResource</code>.  This is so ugly that look and
   * feels better use different borders for their progress bars, or
   * they will look really terrible.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders-1.png" width="120" height="80"
   * alt="[A screen shot of a border returned by this method]" />
   */
00371   public static Border getProgressBarBorder()
  {
    /* There does not seem to exist a way to parametrize the color
     * or thickness of the border through UIDefaults.
     */
    return new BorderUIResource.LineBorderUIResource(Color.green, 2);
  }


  /**
   * Returns a border that is composed of a raised bevel border and a
   * one-pixel thick line border.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders-2.png" width="300" height="200"
   * alt="[A screen shot of a border returned by this method]" />
   *
   * <p>The colors of the border are retrieved from the
   * <code>UIDefaults</code> of the currently active look and feel
   * using the keys <code>&#x201c;InternalFrame.borderShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;InternalFrame.borderDarkShadow&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;InternalFrame.borderLight&#x201d;</code>,
   * <code>&#x201c;InternalFrame.borderHighlight&#x201d;</code>, and
   * (for the inner one-pixel thick line)
   * <code>&#x201c;InternalFrame.borderColor&#x201d;</code>.
   */
00396   public static Border getInternalFrameBorder()
  {
    UIDefaults defaults;
    Color shadow, darkShadow, highlight, lightHighlight, line;

    /* See comment in methods above for why this border is not shared. */
    defaults = UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults();
    
    shadow = defaults.getColor("InternalFrame.borderShadow");
    darkShadow = defaults.getColor("InternalFrame.borderDarkShadow");
    highlight = defaults.getColor("InternalFrame.borderLight");
    lightHighlight = defaults.getColor("InternalFrame.borderHighlight");
    line = defaults.getColor("InternalFrame.borderColor");

    return new BorderUIResource.CompoundBorderUIResource(
      /* outer border */
      new BorderUIResource.BevelBorderUIResource(
        BevelBorder.RAISED,
        (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.lightGray,
        (lightHighlight != null) ? lightHighlight : Color.white,
        (darkShadow != null) ? darkShadow : Color.black,
        (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.gray),

      /* inner border */
      new BorderUIResource.LineBorderUIResource(
        (line != null) ? line : Color.lightGray));
  }


  /**
   * Returns a shared MarginBorder.
   */
00428   static Border getMarginBorder()  // intentionally not public
  {
    /* Swing is not designed to be thread-safe, so there is no
     * need to synchronize the access to the global variable.
     */
    if (sharedMarginBorder == null)
      sharedMarginBorder = new MarginBorder();

    return sharedMarginBorder;
  }
  
  
  /**
   * A border whose appearance depends on the state of
   * the enclosed button.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.ButtonBorder-1.png" width="300"
   * height="170" alt="[A screen shot of this border]" />
   *
   * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
00451   public static class ButtonBorder
    extends AbstractBorder
    implements Serializable, UIResource
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
00459     static final long serialVersionUID = -157053874580739687L;
    
    
    /**
     * The color for drawing the shaded parts of the border.
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
00466     protected Color shadow;
    
    
    /**
     * The color for drawing the dark shaded parts of the border.
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
00473     protected Color darkShadow;
    
    
    /**
     * The color for drawing the highlighted parts of the border.
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
00480     protected Color highlight;
    
    
    /**
     * The color for drawing the bright highlighted parts of the border.
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
00487     protected Color lightHighlight;
    
    
    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a button in the Basic
     * look and feel.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param darkShadow a darker variant of the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     * @param lightHighlight a brighter variant of the highlight  color.
     */
00499     public ButtonBorder(Color shadow, Color darkShadow,
                        Color highlight, Color lightHighlight)
    {
      /* These colors usually come from the UIDefaults of the current
       * look and feel. Use fallback values if the colors are not
       * supplied.  The API specification is silent about what
       * behavior is expected for null colors, so users should not
       * rely on this fallback (which is why it is not documented in
       * the above Javadoc).
       */
      this.shadow = (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.gray;
      this.darkShadow = (darkShadow != null) ? darkShadow : Color.black;
      this.highlight = (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.lightGray;
      this.lightHighlight = (lightHighlight != null)
        ? lightHighlight
        : Color.white;
    }
    

    /**
     * Paints the ButtonBorder around a given component.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     *
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
00530     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      ButtonModel bmodel = null;
      
      if (c instanceof AbstractButton)
        bmodel = ((AbstractButton) c).getModel();
      
      BasicGraphicsUtils.drawBezel(
        g, x, y, width, height,
        /* pressed */ (bmodel != null)
                        && /* mouse button pressed */ bmodel.isPressed()
                        && /* mouse inside */ bmodel.isArmed(),
        /* default */ (c instanceof JButton)
                        && ((JButton) c).isDefaultButton(),
        shadow, darkShadow, highlight, lightHighlight);
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * <p>Although the thickness of the actually painted border
     * depends on the state of the enclosed component, this
     * measurement always returns the same amount of pixels.  Indeed,
     * it would be rather confusing if a button was appearing to
     * change its size depending on whether it is pressed or not.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets) 
     */
00567     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      /* There is no obvious reason for overriding this method, but we
       * try to have exactly the same API as the Sun reference
       * implementation.
       */
      return getBorderInsets(c, null);
    }

    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border, storing the results into a
     * pre-existing Insets object.
     *
     * <p>Although the thickness of the actually painted border
     * depends on the state of the enclosed component, this
     * measurement always returns the same amount of pixels.  Indeed,
     * it would be rather confusing if a button was appearing to
     * change its size depending on whether it is pressed or not.
     *
     * @param insets an Insets object for holding the result values.
     *        After invoking this method, the <code>left</code>,
     *        <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *        <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *        border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets()
     */
00597     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      /* The exact amount has been determined using a test program
       * that was run on the Sun reference implementation. With
       * Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5, the result is
       * [3, 3, 3, 3]. With Sun JDK 1.4.1_01 on Linux/x86, the
       * result is [2, 3, 3, 3]. We use the values from the 1.4.1_01
       * release.
       */
      if (insets == null)
        return new Insets(2, 3, 3, 3);

      insets.top = 2;
      insets.bottom = insets.left = insets.right = 3;
      return insets;
    }
  }
  
  
  /**
   * A border that makes its enclosed component appear as lowered
   * into the surface. Typically used for text fields.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.FieldBorder-1.png" width="500"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot of this border]" />
   *
   * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawEtchedRect
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
00627   public static class FieldBorder
    extends AbstractBorder
    implements UIResource
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
00635     static final long serialVersionUID = 949220756998454908L;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the outer half of the top and left
     * edges.
     */
00642     protected Color shadow;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the inner half of the top and left
     * edges.
     */
00649     protected Color darkShadow;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the inner half of the bottom and right
     * edges.
     */
00656     protected Color highlight;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the outer half of the bottom and right
     * edges.
     */
00663     protected Color lightHighlight;


    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a text field in the Basic
     * look and feel.
     *
     * @param shadow the color for drawing the outer half
     *        of the top and left edges.
     *
     * @param darkShadow the color for drawing the inner half
     *        of the top and left edges.
     *
     * @param highlight the color for drawing the inner half
     *        of the bottom and right edges.
     *
     * @param lightHighlight the color for drawing the outer half
     *        of the bottom and right edges.
     */
00682     public FieldBorder(Color shadow, Color darkShadow,
                       Color highlight, Color lightHighlight)
    {
      /* These colors usually come from the UIDefaults of the current
       * look and feel. Use fallback values if the colors are not
       * supplied.  The API specification is silent about what
       * behavior is expected for null colors, so users should not
       * rely on this fallback (which is why it is not documented in
       * the above Javadoc).
       */
      this.shadow = (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.gray;
      this.darkShadow = (darkShadow != null) ? darkShadow : Color.black;
      this.highlight = (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.lightGray;
      this.lightHighlight = (lightHighlight != null)
        ? lightHighlight : Color.white;
    }

    
    /**
     * Paints the FieldBorder around a given component.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     *
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawEtchedRect
     */
00712     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      BasicGraphicsUtils.drawEtchedRect(g, x, y, width, height,
                                        shadow, darkShadow,
                                        highlight, lightHighlight);
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *        If <code>c</code> is an instance of {@link
     *        javax.swing.text.JTextComponent}, its margin is
     *        added to the border size.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets)
     */
00736     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      return getBorderInsets(c, null);
    }


    /**
     * Measures the width of this border, storing the results into a
     * pre-existing Insets object.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *        If <code>c</code> is an instance of {@link
     *        javax.swing.text.JTextComponent}, its margin is
     *        added to the border size.
     *
     * @param insets an Insets object for holding the result values.
     *        After invoking this method, the <code>left</code>,
     *        <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *        <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *        border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets()
     */
00761     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      if (insets == null)
        insets = new Insets(2, 2, 2, 2);
      else
        insets.top = insets.left = insets.bottom = insets.right = 2;

      if (c instanceof JTextComponent)
      {
        Insets margin = ((JTextComponent) c).getMargin();
        insets.top += margin.top;
        insets.left += margin.left;
        insets.bottom += margin.bottom;
        insets.right += margin.right;
      }

      return insets;
    }
  }
  
  
  /**
   * An invisible, but spacing border whose margin is determined
   * by calling the <code>getMargin()</code> method of the enclosed
   * component.  If the enclosed component has no such method,
   * this border will not occupy any space.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.MarginBorder-1.png" width="325"
   * height="200" alt="[An illustration that shows how MarginBorder
   * determines its borders]" />
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
00794   public static class MarginBorder
    extends AbstractBorder
    implements Serializable, UIResource
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
00802     static final long serialVersionUID = -3035848353448896090L;
    
    
    /**
     * Constructs a new MarginBorder.
     */
00808     public MarginBorder()
    {
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>, <code>right</code>,
     *         <code>top</code> and <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the
     *         width of the border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets)
     */
00824     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      return getBorderInsets(c, new Insets(0, 0, 0, 0));
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Determines the insets of this border by calling the
     * <code>getMargin()</code> method of the enclosed component.  The
     * resulting margin will be stored into the the <code>left</code>,
     * <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and <code>bottom</code>
     * fields of the passed <code>insets</code> parameter.
     *
     * <p>Unfortunately, <code>getMargin()</code> is not a method of
     * {@link javax.swing.JComponent} or some other common superclass
     * of things with margins. While reflection could be used to
     * determine the existence of this method, this would be slow on
     * many virtual machines. Therefore, the current implementation
     * knows about {@link javax.swing.AbstractButton#getMargin()},
     * {@link javax.swing.JPopupMenu#getMargin()}, {@link
     * javax.swing.JToolBar#getMargin()}, and {@link
     * javax.swing.text.JTextComponent}. If <code>c</code> is an
     * instance of a known class, the respective
     * <code>getMargin()</code> method is called to determine the
     * correct margin. Otherwise, a zero-width margin is returned.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>,
     *         but with changed fields.
     */
00855     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      Insets margin = null;

      /* This is terrible object-oriented design. See the above Javadoc
       * for an excuse.
       */
      if (c instanceof AbstractButton)
        margin = ((AbstractButton) c).getMargin();
      else if (c instanceof JPopupMenu)
        margin = ((JPopupMenu) c).getMargin();
      else if (c instanceof JToolBar)
        margin = ((JToolBar) c).getMargin();
      else if (c instanceof JTextComponent)
        margin = ((JTextComponent) c).getMargin();
      
      if (margin == null)
        insets.top = insets.left = insets.bottom = insets.right = 0;
      else
      {
        insets.top = margin.top;
        insets.left = margin.left;
        insets.bottom = margin.bottom;
        insets.right = margin.right;
      }

      return insets;
    }
  }
  

  /**
   * A border for drawing a separator line below JMenuBar.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.MenuBarBorder-1.png" width="500"
   * height="140" alt="[A screen shot of a JMenuBar with this border]" />
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
00894   public static class MenuBarBorder
    extends AbstractBorder
    implements UIResource
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
00902     static final long serialVersionUID = -6909056571935227506L;
    
    
    /**
     * The shadow color, which is used for the upper line of the
     * two-pixel thick bottom edge.
     */
00909     private Color shadow;


    /**
     * The highlight color, which is used for the lower line of the
     * two-pixel thick bottom edge.
     */
00916     private Color highlight;


    /**
     * Constructs a new MenuBarBorder for drawing a JMenuBar in
     * the Basic look and feel.
     *
     * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.MenuBarBorder-1.png" width="500"
     * height="140" alt="[A screen shot of a JMenuBar with this
     * border]" />
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color, which is used for the upper
     *        line of the two-pixel thick bottom edge.
     *
     * @param highlight the shadow color, which is used for the lower
     *        line of the two-pixel thick bottom edge.
     */
00933     public MenuBarBorder(Color shadow, Color highlight)
    {
      /* These colors usually come from the UIDefaults of the current
       * look and feel. Use fallback values if the colors are not
       * supplied.  The API specification is silent about what
       * behavior is expected for null colors, so users should not
       * rely on this fallback (which is why it is not documented in
       * the above Javadoc).
       */
      this.shadow = (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.gray;
      this.highlight = (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.white;
    }


    /**
     * Paints the MenuBarBorder around a given component.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be painted, usually
     *        an instance of {@link javax.swing.JMenuBar}.
     *
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     */
00959     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      Color oldColor;

      /* To understand this code, it might be helpful to look at the
       * image "BasicBorders.MenuBarBorder-1.png" that is included
       * with the JavaDoc. It is located in the "doc-files"
       * subdirectory.
       */
      oldColor = g.getColor();
      y = y + height - 2;
      try
      {
        g.setColor(shadow);
        g.drawLine(x, y, x + width - 2, y);
        g.drawLine(x, y + 1, x, y + 1);
        g.drawLine(x + width - 2, y + 1, x + width - 2, y + 1);

        g.setColor(highlight);
        g.drawLine(x + 1, y + 1, x + width - 3, y + 1);
        g.drawLine(x + width - 1, y, x + width - 1, y + 1);        
      }
      finally
      {
        g.setColor(oldColor);
      }
    }


    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets)
     */
01001     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      /* There is no obvious reason for overriding this method, but we
       * try to have exactly the same API as the Sun reference
       * implementation.
       */
      return getBorderInsets(c, null);
    }


    /**
     * Measures the width of this border, storing the results into a
     * pre-existing Insets object.
     *
     * @param insets an Insets object for holding the result values.
     *        After invoking this method, the <code>left</code>,
     *        <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *        <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *        border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets()
     */
01025     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      /* The exact amount has been determined using a test program
       * that was run on the Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X, and the
       * Sun JDK 1.4.1_01 on GNU/Linux for x86. Both gave [0,0,2,0],
       * which was expected from looking at the screen shot.
       */
      if (insets == null)
        return new Insets(0, 0, 2, 0);

      insets.left = insets.right = insets.top = 0;
      insets.bottom = 2;
      return insets;
    }
  }


  /**
   * A border for drawing radio buttons in the Basic look and feel.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.RadioButtonBorder-1.png" width="300"
   * height="135" alt="[A screen shot of this border]" />
   *
   * <p>Note about the screen shot: Normally, the
   * <code>borderPainted</code> property is <code>false</code> for
   * JRadioButtons. For this screen shot, it has been set to
   * <code>true</code> so the borders get drawn. Also, a
   * concretization of the Basic look and would typically provide
   * icons for the various states of radio buttons.
   *
   * <p>Note that the focus rectangle is invisible If the radio button
   * is currently selected. While it might be debatable whether this
   * makes a lot of sense, this behavior can be observed in the Sun
   * reference implementation (in JDK 1.3.1 and 1.4.1). The Classpath
   * implementation tries to exactly replicate the JDK appearance.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
01065   public static class RadioButtonBorder
    extends ButtonBorder
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
01072     static final long serialVersionUID = 1596945751743747369L;


    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a JRadioButton in
     * the Basic look and feel.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param darkShadow a darker variant of the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     * @param lightHighlight a brighter variant of the highlight  color.
     */
01084     public RadioButtonBorder(Color shadow, Color darkShadow,
                             Color highlight, Color lightHighlight)
    {
      /* The superclass ButtonBorder substitutes null arguments
       * with fallback colors.
       */
      super(shadow, darkShadow, highlight, lightHighlight);
    }


    /**
     * Paints the RadioButtonBorder around a given component.
     *
     * <p>The Sun implementation always seems to draw exactly
     * the same border, irrespective of the state of the button.
     * This is rather surprising, but GNU Classpath emulates the
     * observable behavior.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     *
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
01111     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      AbstractButton button = null;
      ButtonModel bmodel = null;
      boolean lowered = false;
      boolean focused = false;

      if (c instanceof AbstractButton)
      {
        button = (AbstractButton) c;
        bmodel = button.getModel();
      }

      if (bmodel != null)
      {
        lowered = button.isSelected()
          || (/* mouse inside */ bmodel.isArmed() && bmodel.isPressed());
        focused = button.hasFocus() && button.isFocusPainted();        
      }

      if (lowered)
        BasicGraphicsUtils.drawLoweredBezel(g, x, y, width, height,
                                            shadow, darkShadow,
                                            highlight, lightHighlight);
      else
        BasicGraphicsUtils.drawBezel(g, x, y, width, height,
                                     /* isPressed */ false,
                                     /* isPefault */ focused,
                                     shadow, darkShadow,
                                     highlight, lightHighlight);
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets) 
     */
01157     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      /* There is no obvious reason for overriding this method, but we
       * try to have exactly the same API as the Sun reference
       * implementation.
       */
      return getBorderInsets(c, null);
    }

    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border, storing the results into a
     * pre-existing Insets object.
     *
     * @param insets an Insets object for holding the result values.
     *        After invoking this method, the <code>left</code>,
     *        <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *        <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *        border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets()
     */
01181     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      /* The exact amount has been determined using a test program
       * that was run on the Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X, and the
       * Sun JDK 1.4.1_01 on GNU/Linux for x86. Both gave [2,2,2,2].
       */
      if (insets == null)
        return new Insets(2, 2, 2, 2);

      insets.left = insets.right = insets.top = insets.bottom = 2;
      return insets;
    }
  }


  /**
   * A one-pixel thick border for rollover buttons, for example in
   * tool bars.
   *
   * @since 1.4
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
01203   public static class RolloverButtonBorder
    extends ButtonBorder
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Sun JDK 1.4.1_01 on GNU/Linux 2.4.20 for x86.
     */
01210     static final long serialVersionUID = 1976364864896996846L;


    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a roll-over button
     * in the Basic look and feel.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param darkShadow a darker variant of the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     * @param lightHighlight a brighter variant of the highlight  color.
     */
01222     public RolloverButtonBorder(Color shadow, Color darkShadow,
                                Color highlight, Color lightHighlight)
    {
      super(shadow, darkShadow, highlight, lightHighlight);
    }


    /**
     * Paints the border around a rollover button.  If <code>c</code>
     * is not an {@link javax.swing.AbstractButton} whose model
     * returns <code>true</code> for {@link
     * javax.swing.ButtonModel#isRollver}, nothing gets painted at
     * all.
     *
     * @param c the button whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     */
01243     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      ButtonModel bmodel = null;
      boolean drawPressed;
      Color oldColor = g.getColor();
      int x2, y2;

      if (c instanceof AbstractButton)
        bmodel = ((AbstractButton) c).getModel();

      /* Draw nothing if c is not a rollover button. */
      if ((bmodel == null) || !bmodel.isRollover())
        return;

      /* Draw nothing if the mouse is pressed, but outside the button. */
      if (bmodel.isPressed() && !bmodel.isArmed())
        return;

      drawPressed = bmodel.isSelected() || bmodel.isPressed();
      x2 = x + width - 1;
      y2 = y + height - 1;

      try
      {
        g.setColor(drawPressed ? shadow : lightHighlight);
        g.drawLine(x, y, x2 - 1, y);     // top edge
        g.drawLine(x, y + 1, x, y2 - 1); // left edge

        g.setColor(drawPressed ? lightHighlight : shadow);
        g.drawLine(x, y2, x2, y2);       // bottom edge
        g.drawLine(x2, y, x2, y2 - 1);   // right edge
      }
      finally
      {
        g.setColor(oldColor);
      }
    }
  }


  /**
   * A border for JSplitPanes in the Basic look and feel. The divider
   * in the middle of the JSplitPane has its own border class, of which
   * an instance can be obtained with {@link #getSplitPaneDividerBorder()}.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-1.png" width="520"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT]" />
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-2.png" width="520"
   * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT]" />
   *
   * <p>In contrast to the other borders of the Basic look and feel,
   * this class is not serializable. While this might be unintended,
   * GNU Classpath follows the specification in order to be fully
   * compatible with the Sun reference implementation.
   *
   * <p>In the Sun JDK, the bottom edge of the divider also gets
   * painted if the orientation of the enclosed JSplitPane is
   * <code>JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT</code> (at least in versions
   * 1.3.1 and 1.4.1).  GNU Classpath does not replicate this bug. A
   * report has been filed with Sun (bug ID 4885629).
   *
   * <p>Note that the bottom left pixel of the border has a different
   * color depending on the orientation of the enclosed JSplitPane.
   * Although this is visually inconsistent, Classpath replicates the
   * appearance of the Sun reference implementation. A bug report has
   * been filed with Sun (review ID 188774).
   *
   * @see {@link #getSplitPaneBorder()}
   * @see {@link #getSplitPaneDividerBorder()}
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
01317   public static class SplitPaneBorder
    implements Border, UIResource
  {
    /**
     * Indicates that the top edge shall be not be painted
     * by {@link #paintRect(java.awt.Graphics, int, int, int, int, int)}.
     */
01324     private static final int SUPPRESS_TOP = 1;


    /**
     * Indicates that the left edge shall be not be painted
     * by {@link #paintRect(java.awt.Graphics, int, int, int, int, int)}.
     */
01331     private static final int SUPPRESS_LEFT = 2;


    /**
     * Indicates that the bottom edge shall be not be painted
     * by {@link #paintRect(java.awt.Graphics, int, int, int, int, int)}.
     */
01338     private static final int SUPPRESS_BOTTOM = 4;


    /**
     * Indicates that the right edge shall be not be painted
     * by {@link #paintRect(java.awt.Graphics, int, int, int, int, int)}.
     */
01345     private static final int SUPPRESS_RIGHT = 8;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the bottom and right edges of the border.
     */
01351     protected Color highlight;


    /**
     * The color for drawing the top and left edges of the border.
     */
01357     protected Color shadow;


    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a JSplitPane in the Basic
     * look and feel.  The divider in the middle of the JSplitPane has
     * its own border class, <code>SplitPaneDividerBorder</code>.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     */
01368     public SplitPaneBorder(Color highlight, Color shadow)
    {
      /* These colors usually come from the UIDefaults of the current
       * look and feel. Use fallback values if the colors are not
       * supplied.  The API specification is silent about what
       * behavior is expected for null colors, so users should not
       * rely on this fallback (which is why it is not documented in
       * the above Javadoc).
       */
      this.shadow = (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.black;
      this.highlight = (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.white;
    }


    /**
     * Paints the border around a <code>JSplitPane</code>.
     *
     * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-1.png" width="520"
     * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT]" />
     *
     * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-2.png" width="520"
     * height="200" alt="[A screen shot for JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT]" />
     *
     * @param c the <code>JSplitPane</code> whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     */
01398     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      JSplitPane splitPane;
      Component content;

      if (!(c instanceof JSplitPane))
        return;

      splitPane = (JSplitPane) c;
      switch (splitPane.getOrientation())
      {
      case JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT:
        if ((content = splitPane.getLeftComponent()) != null)
          paintRect(g, SUPPRESS_RIGHT, true, x, y, content.getBounds());
        if ((content = splitPane.getRightComponent()) != null)
          paintRect(g, SUPPRESS_LEFT, true, x, y, content.getBounds());
        break;

      case JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT:
        if ((content = splitPane.getTopComponent()) != null)
          paintRect(g, SUPPRESS_BOTTOM, false, x, y, content.getBounds());
        if ((content = splitPane.getBottomComponent()) != null)
          paintRect(g, SUPPRESS_TOP, false, x, y, content.getBounds());
        break;
      }
    }


    /**
     * Paints a border around a child of a <code>JSplitPane</code>,
     * omitting some of the edges.
     *
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     *
     * @param suppress a bit mask indicating the set of suppressed
     *        edges, for example <code>SUPPRESS_TOP | SUPPRESS_RIGHT</code>.
     *
     * @param x the x coordinate of the SplitPaneBorder.
     *
     * @param y the y coordinate of the SplitPaneBorder.
     *
     * @param shadeBottomLeftPixel <code>true</code> to paint the
     *        bottom left pixel in the shadow color,
     *        <code>false</code> for the highlight color. The Basic
     *        look and feel uses the highlight color for the bottom
     *        left pixel of the border of a JSplitPane whose
     *        orientation is VERTICAL_SPLIT, and the shadow color
     *        otherwise. While this might be a strange distinction,
     *        Classpath tries to look identical to the reference
     *        implementation. A bug report has been filed with Sun;
     *        its review ID is 188774. We currently replicate the
     *        Sun behavior.
     *
     * @param rect the bounds of the child of JSplitPane whose
     *        border is to be painted.
     */
01455     private void paintRect(Graphics g, int suppress,
                           boolean shadeBottomLeftPixel,
                           int x, int y,
                           Rectangle rect)
    {
      if (rect == null)
        return;

      /* On each edge, the border exceeds the enclosed child by one
       * pixel. See the image "BasicBorders.SplitPaneBorder-1.png" in
       * the directory "doc-files".
       */
      x += rect.x - 1;
      y += rect.y - 1;
      int right = x + rect.width + 1;
      int bottom = y + rect.height + 1;
      
      Color oldColor = g.getColor();
      try
      {
        g.setColor(shadow);
        if ((suppress & SUPPRESS_TOP) == 0)
          g.drawLine(x, y, right, y);
        if ((suppress & SUPPRESS_LEFT) == 0)
          g.drawLine(x, y, x, bottom);
        else
          g.drawLine(x, bottom, x, bottom); // one pixel

        g.setColor(highlight);
        if ((suppress & SUPPRESS_BOTTOM) == 0)
          g.drawLine(x + (shadeBottomLeftPixel ? 1 : 0), bottom, right, bottom);
        else if (!shadeBottomLeftPixel)
          g.drawLine(x, bottom, x, bottom); // one pixel

        if ((suppress & SUPPRESS_RIGHT) == 0)
          g.drawLine(right, y, right, bottom);
      }
      finally
      {
        g.setColor(oldColor);
      }
    }

    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured, usually
     *        an instance of {@link javax.swing.JSplitPane}.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     */
01510     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      return new Insets(1, 1, 1, 1);
    }


    /**
     * Determines whether this border fills every pixel in its area
     * when painting.
     *
     * @return <code>false</code> because this border does not
     *         paint over the pixels where the divider joins
     *         the border.
     */
01524     public boolean isBorderOpaque()
    {
      /* Strangely, the Sun implementation (tested with JDK 1.3.1 and
       * 1.4.1_01) seems to always return true. It could be a bug,
       * but without knowing the details of their implementation, it is
       * hard to decide.
       */
      return false;
    }
  }


  /**
   * A border for the divider inside a JSplitPane.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneDividerBorder-1.png"
   * width="520" height="200" alt="[A screen shot of this border]" />
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
01544   private static class SplitPaneDividerBorder
    implements Border, UIResource, Serializable
  {
    /**
     * The highlight color, which is drawn on the left or top edge
     * depending on the orientation of the JSplitPanel.
     */
01551     protected Color highlight;


    /**
     * The highlight color, which is drawn on the right or bottom edge
     * depending on the orientation of the JSplitPanel.
     */
01558     protected Color shadow;


    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing the divider of a JSplitPane
     * in the Basic look and feel.  The outer parts of the JSplitPane have
     * their own border class, <code>SplitPaneBorder</code>.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     */
01569     public SplitPaneDividerBorder(Color highlight, Color shadow)
    {
      this.highlight = (highlight != null) ? highlight : Color.white;
      this.shadow = (shadow != null) ? shadow : Color.black;
    }


    /**
     * Paints the border around the divider of a <code>JSplitPane</code>.
     *
     * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.SplitPaneDividerBorder-1.png"
     * width="520" height="200" alt="[A picture that shows which pixels
     * get painted in what color]" />
     *
     * @param c the <code>JSplitPane</code> whose divider&#x2019;s border
     *        is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     */
01591     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      Color oldColor, dcol;
      int x2, y2;
      JSplitPane sp;

      sp = getSplitPane(c);
      if (sp == null)
        return;

      x2 = x + width - 1;
      y2 = y + height - 1;
      oldColor = g.getColor();
      dcol = c.getBackground();
      try
      {
        switch (sp.getOrientation())
        {
        case JSplitPane.HORIZONTAL_SPLIT:
          g.setColor(dcol);
          g.drawLine(x + 1, y, x2 - 1, y);
          g.drawLine(x + 1, y2, x2 - 1, y2);
          g.setColor(sp.getLeftComponent() != null ? highlight : dcol);
          g.drawLine(x, y, x, y2);
          g.setColor(sp.getRightComponent() != null ? shadow : dcol);
          g.drawLine(x2, y, x2, y2);
          break;

        case JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT:
          g.setColor(dcol);
          g.drawLine(x, y + 1, x, y2 - 1);
          g.drawLine(x2, y + 1, x2, y2 - 1);
          g.setColor(sp.getTopComponent() != null ? highlight : dcol);
          g.drawLine(x, y, x2, y);
          g.setColor(sp.getBottomComponent() != null ? shadow : dcol);
          g.drawLine(x, y2, x2, y2);
          break;
        }
      }
      finally
      {
        g.setColor(oldColor);
      }
    }


    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured, usually
     *        an instance of {@link javax.swing.JSplitPane}.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     */
01649     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      return new Insets(1, 1, 1, 1);
    }


    /**
     * Determines whether this border fills every pixel in its area
     * when painting.
     *
     * @return <code>true</code> if both highlight and shadow
     *         color are fully opaque.
     */
01662     public boolean isBorderOpaque()
    {
      return (highlight.getAlpha() == 255) && (shadow.getAlpha() == 255);
    }

    
    /**
     * Determines the JSplitPane whose divider is being painted.
     *
     * @param c an instance of BasicSplitPaneDivider.
     *
     * @return a <code>JSplitPane</code>, or <code>null</code> if
     *         <code>c</code> is not an instance of {@link
     *         javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicSplitPaneDivider}.
     */
01677     private JSplitPane getSplitPane(Component c)
    {
      if (c instanceof BasicSplitPaneDivider)
        return (((BasicSplitPaneDivider) c).getBasicSplitPaneUI())
          .getSplitPane();
      else
        return null;
    }
  }


  /**
   * A border for toggle buttons in the Basic look and feel.
   *
   * <p><img src="doc-files/BasicBorders.ToggleButtonBorder-1.png"
   * width="270" height="135" alt="[A screen shot of this border]" />
   *
   * <p>The Sun implementation always seems to draw exactly
   * the same border, irrespective of the state of the button.
   * This is rather surprising, but GNU Classpath emulates the
   * observable behavior.
   *
   * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
   *
   * @author Sascha Brawer (brawer@dandelis.ch)
   */
01703   public static class ToggleButtonBorder
    extends ButtonBorder
  {
    /**
     * Determined using the <code>serialver</code> tool
     * of Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X 10.1.5.
     */
01710     static final long serialVersionUID = -3528666548001058394L;

    
    /**
     * Constructs a new border for drawing a JToggleButton in
     * the Basic look and feel.
     *
     * @param shadow the shadow color.
     * @param darkShadow a darker variant of the shadow color.
     * @param highlight the highlight color.
     * @param lightHighlight a brighter variant of the highlight  color.
     */
01722     public ToggleButtonBorder(Color shadow, Color darkShadow,
                              Color highlight, Color lightHighlight)
    {
      /* The superclass ButtonBorder substitutes null arguments
       * with fallback colors.
       */
      super(shadow, darkShadow, highlight, lightHighlight);
    }


    /**
     * Paints the ToggleButtonBorder around a given component.
     *
     * <p>The Sun implementation always seems to draw exactly
     * the same border, irrespective of the state of the button.
     * This is rather surprising, but GNU Classpath emulates the
     * observable behavior.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be painted.
     * @param g the graphics for painting.
     * @param x the horizontal position for painting the border.
     * @param y the vertical position for painting the border.
     * @param width the width of the available area for painting the border.
     * @param height the height of the available area for painting the border.
     *
     * @see javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicGraphicsUtils#drawBezel
     */
01749     public void paintBorder(Component c, Graphics  g,
                            int x, int y, int width, int height)
    {
      /* The author of this code tried various variants for setting
       * the state of the enclosed JToggleButton, but it seems that
       * the drawn border is always identical. Weird, because this
       * means that the user does not see whether the JToggleButton
       * is selected or not.
       */
      BasicGraphicsUtils.drawBezel(g, x, y, width, height,
                                   /* pressed */ false, 
                                   /* default */ false,
                                   shadow, darkShadow,
                                   highlight, lightHighlight);
    }


    /**
     * Measures the width of this border.
     *
     * @param c the component whose border is to be measured.
     *
     * @return an Insets object whose <code>left</code>,
     *         <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *         <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *         border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets(java.awt.Component, java.awt.Insets) 
     */
01778     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c)
    {
      /* There is no obvious reason for overriding this method, but we
       * try to have exactly the same API as the Sun reference
       * implementation.
       */
      return getBorderInsets(c, null);
    }

    
    /**
     * Measures the width of this border, storing the results into a
     * pre-existing Insets object.
     *
     * @param insets an Insets object for holding the result values.
     *        After invoking this method, the <code>left</code>,
     *        <code>right</code>, <code>top</code> and
     *        <code>bottom</code> fields indicate the width of the
     *        border at the respective edge.
     *
     * @return the same object that was passed for <code>insets</code>.
     *
     * @see #getBorderInsets()
     */
01802     public Insets getBorderInsets(Component c, Insets insets)
    {
      /* The exact amount has been determined using a test program
       * that was run on the Apple/Sun JDK 1.3.1 on MacOS X, and the
       * Sun JDK 1.4.1_01 on GNU/Linux for x86. Both gave [2,2,2,2].
       */
      if (insets == null)
        return new Insets(2, 2, 2, 2);

      insets.left = insets.right = insets.top = insets.bottom = 2;
      return insets;
    }
  }
}

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