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       XcmsConvertColors - convert CCC color specifications


       Status  XcmsConvertColors(XcmsCCC  ccc,  XcmsColor  colors_in_out[], unsigned int ncolors,
              XcmsColorFormat target_format, Bool compression_flags_return[]);


       ccc       Specifies the CCC.  If Conversion is  between  device-independent  color  spaces
                 only  (for  example, TekHVC to CIELuv), the CCC is necessary only to specify the
                 Client White Point.

                 Specifies an array of color  specifications.   Pixel  members  are  ignored  and
                 remain unchanged upon return.

                 Returns an array of Boolean values indicating compression status.  If a non-NULL
                 pointer is  supplied,  each  element  of  the  array  is  set  to  True  if  the
                 corresponding  color  was  compressed  and  False  otherwise.   Pass NULL if the
                 compression status is not useful.

       ncolors   Specifies the number of XcmsColor structures in the color-specification array.

                 Specifies the target color specification format.


       The XcmsConvertColors function converts the color specifications in the specified array of
       XcmsColor  structures  from  their  current  format  to  a single target format, using the
       specified CCC.   When  the  return  value  is  XcmsFailure,  the  contents  of  the  color
       specification array are left unchanged.

       The  array may contain a mixture of color specification formats (for example, 3 CIE XYZ, 2
       CIE Luv, and so on).  When the array contains both device-independent and device-dependent
       color  specifications  and  the target_format argument specifies a device-dependent format
       (for example, XcmsRGBiFormat, XcmsRGBFormat), all specifications are converted to CIE  XYZ
       format and then to the target device-dependent format.


       DisplayOfCCC(3),      XcmsCCCOfColormap(3),      XcmsCreateCCC(3),      XcmsDefaultCCC(3),
       Xlib - C Language X Interface