about 60 bytes? ehh we could just be exact and say 64 bytes :D.
Originally posted by rmullen3 A bitmap pointer in allegro is a pointer to a structure called BITMAP.
Using sizeof, BITMAP's size is about 60 bytes (that is if we discount the GFX_VTABLE pointer which is of an unknown size to me) and assume ZERO_SIZE is defined as 0 and not 64 as in almaccfg.h
typedef struct BITMAP /* a bitmap structure */
int w, h; /* width and height in pixels */
int clip; /* flag if clipping is turned on */
int cl, cr, ct, cb; /* clip left, right, top and bottom values */
GFX_VTABLE *vtable; /* drawing functions */
void *write_bank; /* C func on some machines, asm on i386 */
void *read_bank; /* C func on some machines, asm on i386 */
void *dat; /* the memory we allocated for the bitmap */
unsigned long id; /* for identifying sub-bitmaps */
void *extra; /* points to a structure with more info */
int x_ofs; /* horizontal offset (for sub-bitmaps) */
int y_ofs; /* vertical offset (for sub-bitmaps) */
int seg; /* bitmap segment */
unsigned char *line[ZERO_SIZE];
The other version of BITMAP which contains members such as bmBits and bmHeight is 64 bytes.