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/*
 * Copyright (c) 1997-2003 by The XFree86 Project, Inc.
 *
 * 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 COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S) OR AUTHOR(S) 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.
 *
 * Except as contained in this notice, the name of the copyright holder(s)
 * and author(s) shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote
 * the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written
 * authorization from the copyright holder(s) and author(s).
 */

#ifdef HAVE_XORG_CONFIG_H
#include <xorg-config.h>
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#else
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include <config.h>
#endif
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#endif

#include "xf86Modes.h"
#include "xf86Priv.h"

extern XF86ConfigPtr xf86configptr;

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/*
 * This is the version number where we epoched.  These files get copied
 * into drivers that want to use this setup infrastructure on pre-1.3
 * servers, so when that happens they need to define these symbols
 * themselves.  However, _in_ the server, we basically always define them now.
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 */
#if XORG_VERSION_CURRENT <= XORG_VERSION_NUMERIC(7,2,99,2,0)
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/**
 * Calculates the horizontal sync rate of a mode.
 *
 * Exact copy of xf86Mode.c's.
 */
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_X_EXPORT double
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xf86ModeHSync(DisplayModePtr mode)
{
    double hsync = 0.0;
    
    if (mode->HSync > 0.0)
	    hsync = mode->HSync;
    else if (mode->HTotal > 0)
	    hsync = (float)mode->Clock / (float)mode->HTotal;

    return hsync;
}

/**
 * Calculates the vertical refresh rate of a mode.
 *
 * Exact copy of xf86Mode.c's.
 */
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_X_EXPORT double
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xf86ModeVRefresh(DisplayModePtr mode)
{
    double refresh = 0.0;

    if (mode->VRefresh > 0.0)
	refresh = mode->VRefresh;
    else if (mode->HTotal > 0 && mode->VTotal > 0) {
	refresh = mode->Clock * 1000.0 / mode->HTotal / mode->VTotal;
	if (mode->Flags & V_INTERLACE)
	    refresh *= 2.0;
	if (mode->Flags & V_DBLSCAN)
	    refresh /= 2.0;
	if (mode->VScan > 1)
	    refresh /= (float)(mode->VScan);
    }
    return refresh;
}

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_X_EXPORT int
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xf86ModeWidth (DisplayModePtr mode, Rotation rotation)
{
    switch (rotation & 0xf) {
    case RR_Rotate_0:
    case RR_Rotate_180:
	return mode->HDisplay;
    case RR_Rotate_90:
    case RR_Rotate_270:
	return mode->VDisplay;
    default:
	return 0;
    }
}

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_X_EXPORT int
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xf86ModeHeight (DisplayModePtr mode, Rotation rotation)
{
    switch (rotation & 0xf) {
    case RR_Rotate_0:
    case RR_Rotate_180:
	return mode->VDisplay;
    case RR_Rotate_90:
    case RR_Rotate_270:
	return mode->HDisplay;
    default:
	return 0;
    }
}

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/** Calculates the memory bandwidth (in MiB/sec) of a mode. */
_X_EXPORT unsigned int
xf86ModeBandwidth(DisplayModePtr mode, int depth)
{
    float a_active, a_total, active_percent, pixels_per_second;
    int bytes_per_pixel = (depth + 7) / 8;

    if (!mode->HTotal || !mode->VTotal || !mode->Clock)
	return 0;

    a_active = mode->HDisplay * mode->VDisplay;
    a_total = mode->HTotal * mode->VTotal;
    active_percent = a_active / a_total;
    pixels_per_second = active_percent * mode->Clock * 1000.0;

    return (unsigned int)(pixels_per_second * bytes_per_pixel / (1024 * 1024));
}

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/** Sets a default mode name of <width>x<height> on a mode. */
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_X_EXPORT void
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xf86SetModeDefaultName(DisplayModePtr mode)
{
    if (mode->name != NULL)
	xfree(mode->name);

    mode->name = XNFprintf("%dx%d", mode->HDisplay, mode->VDisplay);
}

/*
 * xf86SetModeCrtc
 *
 * Initialises the Crtc parameters for a mode.  The initialisation includes
 * adjustments for interlaced and double scan modes.
 *
 * Exact copy of xf86Mode.c's.
 */
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_X_EXPORT void
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xf86SetModeCrtc(DisplayModePtr p, int adjustFlags)
{
    if ((p == NULL) || ((p->type & M_T_CRTC_C) == M_T_BUILTIN))
	return;

    p->CrtcHDisplay             = p->HDisplay;
    p->CrtcHSyncStart           = p->HSyncStart;
    p->CrtcHSyncEnd             = p->HSyncEnd;
    p->CrtcHTotal               = p->HTotal;
    p->CrtcHSkew                = p->HSkew;
    p->CrtcVDisplay             = p->VDisplay;
    p->CrtcVSyncStart           = p->VSyncStart;
    p->CrtcVSyncEnd             = p->VSyncEnd;
    p->CrtcVTotal               = p->VTotal;
    if (p->Flags & V_INTERLACE) {
	if (adjustFlags & INTERLACE_HALVE_V) {
	    p->CrtcVDisplay         /= 2;
	    p->CrtcVSyncStart       /= 2;
	    p->CrtcVSyncEnd         /= 2;
	    p->CrtcVTotal           /= 2;
	}
	/* Force interlaced modes to have an odd VTotal */
	/* maybe we should only do this when INTERLACE_HALVE_V is set? */
	p->CrtcVTotal |= 1;
    }

    if (p->Flags & V_DBLSCAN) {
        p->CrtcVDisplay         *= 2;
        p->CrtcVSyncStart       *= 2;
        p->CrtcVSyncEnd         *= 2;
        p->CrtcVTotal           *= 2;
    }
    if (p->VScan > 1) {
        p->CrtcVDisplay         *= p->VScan;
        p->CrtcVSyncStart       *= p->VScan;
        p->CrtcVSyncEnd         *= p->VScan;
        p->CrtcVTotal           *= p->VScan;
    }
    p->CrtcVBlankStart = min(p->CrtcVSyncStart, p->CrtcVDisplay);
    p->CrtcVBlankEnd = max(p->CrtcVSyncEnd, p->CrtcVTotal);
    p->CrtcHBlankStart = min(p->CrtcHSyncStart, p->CrtcHDisplay);
    p->CrtcHBlankEnd = max(p->CrtcHSyncEnd, p->CrtcHTotal);

    p->CrtcHAdjusted = FALSE;
    p->CrtcVAdjusted = FALSE;
}

/**
 * Allocates and returns a copy of pMode, including pointers within pMode.
 */
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_X_EXPORT DisplayModePtr
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xf86DuplicateMode(DisplayModePtr pMode)
{
    DisplayModePtr pNew;

    pNew = xnfalloc(sizeof(DisplayModeRec));
    *pNew = *pMode;
    pNew->next = NULL;
    pNew->prev = NULL;
    if (pNew->name == NULL) {
	xf86SetModeDefaultName(pMode);
    }
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    pNew->name = xnfstrdup(pMode->name);
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    return pNew;
}

/**
 * Duplicates every mode in the given list and returns a pointer to the first
 * mode.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked mode list
 */
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_X_EXPORT DisplayModePtr
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xf86DuplicateModes(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList)
{
    DisplayModePtr first = NULL, last = NULL;
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	DisplayModePtr new;

	new = xf86DuplicateMode(mode);

	/* Insert pNew into modeList */
	if (last) {
	    last->next = new;
	    new->prev = last;
	} else {
	    first = new;
	    new->prev = NULL;
	}
	new->next = NULL;
	last = new;
    }

    return first;
}

/**
 * Returns true if the given modes should program to the same timings.
 *
 * This doesn't use Crtc values, as it might be used on ModeRecs without the
 * Crtc values set.  So, it's assumed that the other numbers are enough.
 *
 * This isn't in xf86Modes.c, but it might deserve to be there.
 */
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_X_EXPORT Bool
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xf86ModesEqual(DisplayModePtr pMode1, DisplayModePtr pMode2)
{
     if (pMode1->Clock == pMode2->Clock &&
	 pMode1->HDisplay == pMode2->HDisplay &&
	 pMode1->HSyncStart == pMode2->HSyncStart &&
	 pMode1->HSyncEnd == pMode2->HSyncEnd &&
	 pMode1->HTotal == pMode2->HTotal &&
	 pMode1->HSkew == pMode2->HSkew &&
	 pMode1->VDisplay == pMode2->VDisplay &&
	 pMode1->VSyncStart == pMode2->VSyncStart &&
	 pMode1->VSyncEnd == pMode2->VSyncEnd &&
	 pMode1->VTotal == pMode2->VTotal &&
	 pMode1->VScan == pMode2->VScan &&
	 pMode1->Flags == pMode2->Flags)
     {
	return TRUE;
     } else {
	return FALSE;
     }
}

/* exact copy of xf86Mode.c */
static void
add(char **p, char *new)
{
    *p = xnfrealloc(*p, strlen(*p) + strlen(new) + 2);
    strcat(*p, " ");
    strcat(*p, new);
}

/**
 * Print out a modeline.
 *
 * Convenient VRefresh printing was added, though, compared to xf86Mode.c
 */
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_X_EXPORT void
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xf86PrintModeline(int scrnIndex,DisplayModePtr mode)
{
    char tmp[256];
    char *flags = xnfcalloc(1, 1);

    if (mode->HSkew) { 
	snprintf(tmp, 256, "hskew %i", mode->HSkew); 
	add(&flags, tmp);
    }
    if (mode->VScan) { 
	snprintf(tmp, 256, "vscan %i", mode->VScan); 
	add(&flags, tmp);
    }
    if (mode->Flags & V_INTERLACE) add(&flags, "interlace");
    if (mode->Flags & V_CSYNC) add(&flags, "composite");
    if (mode->Flags & V_DBLSCAN) add(&flags, "doublescan");
    if (mode->Flags & V_BCAST) add(&flags, "bcast");
    if (mode->Flags & V_PHSYNC) add(&flags, "+hsync");
    if (mode->Flags & V_NHSYNC) add(&flags, "-hsync");
    if (mode->Flags & V_PVSYNC) add(&flags, "+vsync");
    if (mode->Flags & V_NVSYNC) add(&flags, "-vsync");
    if (mode->Flags & V_PCSYNC) add(&flags, "+csync");
    if (mode->Flags & V_NCSYNC) add(&flags, "-csync");
#if 0
    if (mode->Flags & V_CLKDIV2) add(&flags, "vclk/2");
#endif
    xf86DrvMsg(scrnIndex, X_INFO,
		   "Modeline \"%s\"x%.01f  %6.2f  %i %i %i %i  %i %i %i %i%s "
		   "(%.01f kHz)\n",
		   mode->name, mode->VRefresh, mode->Clock/1000., mode->HDisplay,
		   mode->HSyncStart, mode->HSyncEnd, mode->HTotal,
		   mode->VDisplay, mode->VSyncStart, mode->VSyncEnd,
		   mode->VTotal, flags, xf86ModeHSync(mode));
    xfree(flags);
}
#endif /* XORG_VERSION_CURRENT <= 7.2.99.2 */

/**
 * Marks as bad any modes with unsupported flags.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 * \param flags flags supported by the driver.
 *
 * \bug only V_INTERLACE and V_DBLSCAN are supported.  Is that enough?
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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_X_EXPORT void
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xf86ValidateModesFlags(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList,
			    int flags)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	if (mode->Flags & V_INTERLACE && !(flags & V_INTERLACE))
	    mode->status = MODE_NO_INTERLACE;
	if (mode->Flags & V_DBLSCAN && !(flags & V_DBLSCAN))
	    mode->status = MODE_NO_DBLESCAN;
    }
}

/**
 * Marks as bad any modes extending beyond the given max X, Y, or pitch.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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_X_EXPORT void
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xf86ValidateModesSize(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList,
			  int maxX, int maxY, int maxPitch)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	if (maxPitch > 0 && mode->HDisplay > maxPitch)
	    mode->status = MODE_BAD_WIDTH;

	if (maxX > 0 && mode->HDisplay > maxX)
	    mode->status = MODE_VIRTUAL_X;

	if (maxY > 0 && mode->VDisplay > maxY)
	    mode->status = MODE_VIRTUAL_Y;

	if (mode->next == modeList)
	    break;
    }
}

/**
 * Marks as bad any modes that aren't supported by the given monitor's
 * hsync and vrefresh ranges.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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xf86ValidateModesSync(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList,
			  MonPtr mon)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	Bool bad;
	int i;

	bad = TRUE;
	for (i = 0; i < mon->nHsync; i++) {
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	    if (xf86ModeHSync(mode) >= mon->hsync[i].lo * (1-SYNC_TOLERANCE) &&
		xf86ModeHSync(mode) <= mon->hsync[i].hi * (1+SYNC_TOLERANCE))
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	    {
		bad = FALSE;
	    }
	}
	if (bad)
	    mode->status = MODE_HSYNC;

	bad = TRUE;
	for (i = 0; i < mon->nVrefresh; i++) {
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	    if (xf86ModeVRefresh(mode) >= mon->vrefresh[i].lo * (1-SYNC_TOLERANCE) &&
		xf86ModeVRefresh(mode) <= mon->vrefresh[i].hi * (1+SYNC_TOLERANCE))
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	    {
		bad = FALSE;
	    }
	}
	if (bad)
	    mode->status = MODE_VSYNC;

	if (mode->next == modeList)
	    break;
    }
}

/**
 * Marks as bad any modes extending beyond outside of the given clock ranges.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 * \param min pointer to minimums of clock ranges
 * \param max pointer to maximums of clock ranges
 * \param n_ranges number of ranges.
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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xf86ValidateModesClocks(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList,
			    int *min, int *max, int n_ranges)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;
    int i;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	Bool good = FALSE;
	for (i = 0; i < n_ranges; i++) {
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	    if (mode->Clock >= min[i] * (1-SYNC_TOLERANCE) &&
		mode->Clock <= max[i] * (1+SYNC_TOLERANCE)) {
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		good = TRUE;
		break;
	    }
	}
	if (!good)
	    mode->status = MODE_CLOCK_RANGE;
    }
}

/**
 * If the user has specified a set of mode names to use, mark as bad any modes
 * not listed.
 *
 * The user mode names specified are prefixes to names of modes, so "1024x768"
 * will match modes named "1024x768", "1024x768x75", "1024x768-good", but
 * "1024x768x75" would only match "1024x768x75" from that list.
 *
 * MODE_BAD is used as the rejection flag, for lack of a better flag.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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xf86ValidateModesUserConfig(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    if (pScrn->display->modes[0] == NULL)
	return;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	int i;
	Bool good = FALSE;

	for (i = 0; pScrn->display->modes[i] != NULL; i++) {
	    if (strncmp(pScrn->display->modes[i], mode->name,
			strlen(pScrn->display->modes[i])) == 0) {
		good = TRUE;
		break;
	    }
	}
	if (!good)
	    mode->status = MODE_BAD;
    }
}


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/**
 * Marks as bad any modes exceeding the given bandwidth.
 *
 * \param modeList doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 * \param bandwidth bandwidth in MHz.
 * \param depth color depth.
 */
_X_EXPORT void
xf86ValidateModesBandwidth(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr modeList,
			   unsigned int bandwidth, int depth)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = modeList; mode != NULL; mode = mode->next) {
	if (xf86ModeBandwidth(mode, depth) > bandwidth)
	    mode->status = MODE_BANDWIDTH;
    }
}

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/**
 * Frees any modes from the list with a status other than MODE_OK.
 *
 * \param modeList pointer to a doubly-linked or circular list of modes.
 * \param verbose determines whether the reason for mode invalidation is
 *	  printed.
 *
 * This is not in xf86Modes.c, but would be part of the proposed new API.
 */
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xf86PruneInvalidModes(ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, DisplayModePtr *modeList,
			  Bool verbose)
{
    DisplayModePtr mode;

    for (mode = *modeList; mode != NULL;) {
	DisplayModePtr next = mode->next, first = *modeList;

	if (mode->status != MODE_OK) {
	    if (verbose) {
		char *type = "";
		if (mode->type & M_T_BUILTIN)
		    type = "built-in ";
		else if (mode->type & M_T_DEFAULT)
		    type = "default ";
		xf86DrvMsg(pScrn->scrnIndex, X_INFO,
			   "Not using %smode \"%s\" (%s)\n", type, mode->name,
			   xf86ModeStatusToString(mode->status));
	    }
	    xf86DeleteMode(modeList, mode);
	}

	if (next == first)
	    break;
	mode = next;
    }
}

/**
 * Adds the new mode into the mode list, and returns the new list
 *
 * \param modes doubly-linked mode list.
 */
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_X_EXPORT DisplayModePtr
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xf86ModesAdd(DisplayModePtr modes, DisplayModePtr new)
{
    if (modes == NULL)
	return new;

    if (new) {
	DisplayModePtr mode = modes;

	while (mode->next)
	    mode = mode->next;

	mode->next = new;
	new->prev = mode;
    }

    return modes;
}

/**
 * Build a mode list from a list of config file modes
 */
static DisplayModePtr
xf86GetConfigModes (XF86ConfModeLinePtr conf_mode)
{
    DisplayModePtr  head = NULL, prev = NULL, mode;
    
    for (; conf_mode; conf_mode = (XF86ConfModeLinePtr) conf_mode->list.next)
    {
        mode = xcalloc(1, sizeof(DisplayModeRec));
	if (!mode)
	    continue;
        mode->name       = xstrdup(conf_mode->ml_identifier);
	if (!mode->name)
	{
	    xfree (mode);
	    continue;
	}
	mode->type       = 0;
        mode->Clock      = conf_mode->ml_clock;
        mode->HDisplay   = conf_mode->ml_hdisplay;
        mode->HSyncStart = conf_mode->ml_hsyncstart;
        mode->HSyncEnd   = conf_mode->ml_hsyncend;
        mode->HTotal     = conf_mode->ml_htotal;
        mode->VDisplay   = conf_mode->ml_vdisplay;
        mode->VSyncStart = conf_mode->ml_vsyncstart;
        mode->VSyncEnd   = conf_mode->ml_vsyncend;
        mode->VTotal     = conf_mode->ml_vtotal;
        mode->Flags      = conf_mode->ml_flags;
        mode->HSkew      = conf_mode->ml_hskew;
        mode->VScan      = conf_mode->ml_vscan;

        mode->prev = prev;
	mode->next = NULL;
	if (prev)
	    prev->next = mode;
	else
	    head = mode;
	prev = mode;
    }
    return head;
}

/**
 * Build a mode list from a monitor configuration
 */
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_X_EXPORT DisplayModePtr
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xf86GetMonitorModes (ScrnInfoPtr pScrn, XF86ConfMonitorPtr conf_monitor)
{
    DisplayModePtr	    modes = NULL;
    XF86ConfModesLinkPtr    modes_link;
    
    if (!conf_monitor)
	return NULL;

    /*
     * first we collect the mode lines from the UseModes directive
     */
    for (modes_link = conf_monitor->mon_modes_sect_lst; 
	 modes_link; 
	 modes_link = modes_link->list.next)
    {
	/* If this modes link hasn't been resolved, go look it up now */
	if (!modes_link->ml_modes)
	    modes_link->ml_modes = xf86findModes (modes_link->ml_modes_str, 
						  xf86configptr->conf_modes_lst);
	if (modes_link->ml_modes)
	    modes = xf86ModesAdd (modes,
				  xf86GetConfigModes (modes_link->ml_modes->mon_modeline_lst));
    }

    return xf86ModesAdd (modes,
			 xf86GetConfigModes (conf_monitor->mon_modeline_lst));
}

/**
 * Build a mode list containing all of the default modes
 */
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_X_EXPORT DisplayModePtr
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xf86GetDefaultModes (Bool interlaceAllowed, Bool doubleScanAllowed)
{
    DisplayModePtr  head = NULL, prev = NULL, mode;
    int		    i;

    for (i = 0; xf86DefaultModes[i].name != NULL; i++)
    {
	DisplayModePtr	defMode = &xf86DefaultModes[i];
	
	if (!interlaceAllowed && (defMode->Flags & V_INTERLACE))
	    continue;
	if (!doubleScanAllowed && (defMode->Flags & V_DBLSCAN))
	    continue;

	mode = xalloc(sizeof(DisplayModeRec));
	if (!mode)
	    continue;
        memcpy(mode,&xf86DefaultModes[i],sizeof(DisplayModeRec));
        mode->name = xstrdup(xf86DefaultModes[i].name);
        if (!mode->name)
	{
	    xfree (mode);
	    continue;
	}
        mode->prev = prev;
	mode->next = NULL;
	if (prev)
	    prev->next = mode;
	else
	    head = mode;
	prev = mode;
    }
    return head;
}