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style.h

/*  
 *  This file is part of abc2ps, 
 *  Copyright (C) 1996,1997,1998  Michael Methfessel
 *  See file abc2ps.c for details.
 */

/*   Global style parameters for the note spacing and Knuthian glue. */

/*   Parameters here are used to set spaces around notes.
     Names ending in p: prefered natural spacings
     Names ending in x: expanded spacings  
     Units: everything is based on a staff which is 24 points high
     (ie. 6 pt between two staff lines). */

/* name for this set of parameters */
#define STYLE "std"

/* ----- set_style_pars: set the parameters which control note spacing ---- */
void set_style_pars (strictness)
float strictness;
{
  float y;

  f0p=0.10;     f0x=0.15; 
  f5p=0.60;     f5x=0.7;  
  f1p=1.0;      f1x=1.0;  
  
  lnnp=40;      lnnx=90; 
  bnnp=1.0;     bnnx=1.0;
  fnnp=1.0;     fnnx=1.0;
                
  lbnp=30;      lbnx=50;   
  bbnp=0.2;     bbnx=0.2;  
  rbnp=0.12;    rbnx=0.10; 
                
  lnbp=30;      lnbx=55;     
  bnbp=0.9;     bnbx=0.9;    
  rnbp=0.10;    rnbx=0.1;   

  /* set parameters f0p,f1p according to strictness */
  /* the y*y makes the scale a bit more intuitive .. */
  y=1-strictness;
  f0p=y*y*0.40;
  f0x=y*y*0.60;
  if (verbose>3) 
    printf ("Set style parameters, strictness %.2f (f0p=%.3f, f0x=%.3f)\n",
            strictness,f0p,f0x);

}


/* ----- Function of the spacing parameters ----- */

/* Parameters for the length-to-width mapping:
   f0p, f5p, f1p are the return values for notes of zero duration, 
   half notes, and whole notes. A parabolic interpolation is 
   used for other note durations. The purpose is to allow a non-linear 
   relation between the note duration and the spacing on the paper.

   Parameters for the note-note spacing:
   (the internote spacing between two notes that follow 
   each other without a bar in between.)

   - lnn is an overall multiplier, i.e. the final note width in points
     is the return value of function nwid times lnn.
   - bnn determines how strongly the first note enters into the spacing.
     For bnn=1, the spacing is calculated using the first note.
     For bnn=0, the spacing is the average for the two notes. 
   - fnn multiplies the spacing under a beam, to compress the notes a bit 

   Parameters for the bar-note spacing:
   (the spacing between a bar and note at the measure start.)

   - lbn is the overall multiplier for the return values from nwid.
   - rbn is the note duration which defines the default spacing.
   - bbn determines how strongly the note duration enters into the spacing.
     For bbn=1, the spacing is lbn times the return value of nwid.
     For bbn=0, the spacing is lbn times the width of rbn times timesig. 

     Parameters for the note-bar spacing:
     (the spacing between a note at the measure end and the bar.)

   - lnb is the overall multiplier for the return values from nwid.
   - rnb is the note duration which defines the default spacing.
   - bnb determines how strongly the note duration enters into the spacing.
     For bnb=1, the spacing is lnb times the return value of nwid.
     For bnb=0, the spacing is lnb times the width of rbn times timesig. */

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