LibVNCServer/LibVNCClient
fontsel.c

fontsel is a test for rfbSelectBox and rfbLoadConsoleFont. If you have Linux console fonts, you can browse them via VNC. Directory browsing not implemented yet :-(

#include <rfb/rfb.h>
#define FONTDIR "/usr/lib/kbd/consolefonts/"
#define DEFAULTFONT FONTDIR "default8x16"
static char *fontlist[50]={
"8x16alt", "b.fnt", "c.fnt", "default8x16", "m.fnt", "ml.fnt", "mod_d.fnt",
"mod_s.fnt", "mr.fnt", "mu.fnt", "r.fnt", "rl.fnt", "ro.fnt", "s.fnt",
"sc.fnt", "scrawl_s.fnt", "scrawl_w.fnt", "sd.fnt", "t.fnt",
NULL
};
static rfbScreenInfoPtr rfbScreen = NULL;
static rfbFontDataPtr curFont = NULL;
static void showFont(int index)
{
char buffer[1024];
if(!rfbScreen) return;
if(curFont)
rfbFreeFont(curFont);
strcpy(buffer,FONTDIR);
strcat(buffer,fontlist[index]);
curFont = rfbLoadConsoleFont(buffer);
rfbFillRect(rfbScreen,210,30-20,210+10*16,30-20+256*20/16,0xb77797);
if(curFont) {
int i,j;
for(j=0;j<256;j+=16)
for(i=0;i<16;i++)
rfbDrawCharWithClip(rfbScreen,curFont,210+10*i,30+j*20/16,j+i,
0,0,640,480,0xffffff,0x000000);
}
}
int main(int argc,char** argv)
{
rfbFontDataPtr font;
rfbScreenInfoPtr s=rfbGetScreen(&argc,argv,640,480,8,3,3);
int i,j;
if(!s)
return 1;
s->frameBuffer=(char*)malloc(640*480*3);
if(!s->frameBuffer)
return 1;
for(j=0;j<480;j++)
for(i=0;i<640;i++) {
s->frameBuffer[(j*640+i)*3+0]=j*256/480;
s->frameBuffer[(j*640+i)*3+1]=i*256/640;
s->frameBuffer[(j*640+i)*3+2]=(i+j)*256/(480+640);
}
rfbScreen = s;
if(!font) {
rfbErr("Couldn't find %s\n",DEFAULTFONT);
exit(1);
}
for(j=0;j<10 && rfbIsActive(s);j++)
rfbProcessEvents(s,900000);
i = rfbSelectBox(s,font,fontlist,10,20,200,300,0xffdfdf,0x602040,2,showFont);
rfbLog("Selection: %d: %s\n",i,(i>=0)?fontlist[i]:"cancelled");
rfbFreeFont(font);
free(s->frameBuffer);
return(0);
}