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/*
**********************************************************************
* Copyright (C) 1997-2011, International Business Machines
* Corporation and others. All Rights Reserved.
**********************************************************************
*
* File ULOC.CPP
*
* Modification History:
*
* Date Name Description
* 04/01/97 aliu Creation.
* 08/21/98 stephen JDK 1.2 sync
* 12/08/98 rtg New Locale implementation and C API
* 03/15/99 damiba overhaul.
* 04/06/99 stephen changed setDefault() to realloc and copy
* 06/14/99 stephen Changed calls to ures_open for new params
* 07/21/99 stephen Modified setDefault() to propagate to C++
* 05/14/04 alan 7 years later: refactored, cleaned up, fixed bugs,
* brought canonicalization code into line with spec
*****************************************************************************/
/*
POSIX's locale format, from putil.c: [no spaces]
ll [ _CC ] [ . MM ] [ @ VV]
l = lang, C = ctry, M = charmap, V = variant
*/
#include "unicode/utypes.h"
#include "unicode/ustring.h"
#include "unicode/uloc.h"
#include "putilimp.h"
#include "ustr_imp.h"
#include "ulocimp.h"
#include "umutex.h"
#include "cstring.h"
#include "cmemory.h"
#include "ucln_cmn.h"
#include "locmap.h"
#include "uarrsort.h"
#include "uenumimp.h"
#include "uassert.h"
#include <stdio.h> /* for sprintf */
/* ### Declarations **************************************************/
/* Locale stuff from locid.cpp */
U_CFUNC void locale_set_default(const char *id);
U_CFUNC const char *locale_get_default(void);
U_CFUNC int32_t
locale_getKeywords(const char *localeID,
char prev,
char *keywords, int32_t keywordCapacity,
char *values, int32_t valuesCapacity, int32_t *valLen,
UBool valuesToo,
UErrorCode *status);
/* ### Data tables **************************************************/
/**
* Table of language codes, both 2- and 3-letter, with preference
* given to 2-letter codes where possible. Includes 3-letter codes
* that lack a 2-letter equivalent.
*
* This list must be in sorted order. This list is returned directly
* to the user by some API.
*
* This list must be kept in sync with LANGUAGES_3, with corresponding
* entries matched.
*
* This table should be terminated with a NULL entry, followed by a
* second list, and another NULL entry. The first list is visible to
* user code when this array is returned by API. The second list
* contains codes we support, but do not expose through user API.
*
* Notes
*
* Tables updated per http://lcweb.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/ to
* include the revisions up to 2001/7/27 *CWB*
*
* The 3 character codes are the terminology codes like RFC 3066. This
* is compatible with prior ICU codes
*
* "in" "iw" "ji" "jw" & "sh" have been withdrawn but are still in the
* table but now at the end of the table because 3 character codes are
* duplicates. This avoids bad searches going from 3 to 2 character
* codes.
*
* The range qaa-qtz is reserved for local use
*/
static const char * const LANGUAGES[] = {
"aa", "ab", "ace", "ach", "ada", "ady", "ae", "af", "afa",
"afh", "agq", "ain", "ak", "akk", "ale", "alg", "alt", "am", "an",
"ang", "anp", "apa",
"ar", "arc", "arn", "arp", "art", "arw", "as", "asa", "ast",
"ath", "aus", "av", "awa", "ay", "az", "ba", "bad",
"bai", "bal", "ban", "bas", "bat", "be", "bej",
"bem", "ber", "bez", "bg", "bh", "bho", "bi", "bik", "bin",
"bla", "bm", "bn", "bnt", "bo", "br", "bra", "brx", "bs",
"btk", "bua", "bug", "byn", "ca", "cad", "cai", "car", "cau",
"cch", "ce", "ceb", "cel", "cgg", "ch", "chb", "chg", "chk", "chm",
"chn", "cho", "chp", "chr", "chy", "cmc", "co", "cop",
"cpe", "cpf", "cpp", "cr", "crh", "crp", "cs", "csb", "cu", "cus",
"cv", "cy", "da", "dak", "dar", "dav", "day", "de", "del", "den",
"dgr", "din", "dje", "doi", "dra", "dsb", "dua", "dum", "dv", "dyo", "dyu",
"dz", "ebu", "ee", "efi", "egy", "eka", "el", "elx", "en",
"enm", "eo", "es", "et", "eu", "ewo", "fa",
"fan", "fat", "ff", "fi", "fil", "fiu", "fj", "fo", "fon",
"fr", "frm", "fro", "frr", "frs", "fur", "fy",
"ga", "gaa", "gay", "gba", "gd", "gem", "gez", "gil",
"gl", "gmh", "gn", "goh", "gon", "gor", "got", "grb",
"grc", "gsw", "gu", "guz", "gv", "gwi",
"ha", "hai", "haw", "he", "hi", "hil", "him",
"hit", "hmn", "ho", "hr", "hsb", "ht", "hu", "hup", "hy", "hz",
"ia", "iba", "id", "ie", "ig", "ii", "ijo", "ik",
"ilo", "inc", "ine", "inh", "io", "ira", "iro", "is", "it",
"iu", "ja", "jbo", "jmc", "jpr", "jrb", "jv", "ka", "kaa", "kab",
"kac", "kaj", "kam", "kar", "kaw", "kbd", "kcg", "kde", "kea", "kfo", "kg", "kha", "khi",
"kho", "khq", "ki", "kj", "kk", "kl", "kln", "km", "kmb", "kn",
"ko", "kok", "kos", "kpe", "kr", "krc", "krl", "kro", "kru", "ks", "ksb", "ksf",
"ku", "kum", "kut", "kv", "kw", "ky", "la", "lad", "lag",
"lah", "lam", "lb", "lez", "lg", "li", "ln", "lo", "lol",
"loz", "lt", "lu", "lua", "lui", "lun", "luo", "lus", "luy",
"lv", "mad", "mag", "mai", "mak", "man", "map", "mas",
"mdf", "mdr", "men", "mer", "mfe", "mg", "mga", "mgh", "mh", "mi", "mic", "min",
"mis", "mk", "mkh", "ml", "mn", "mnc", "mni", "mno",
"mo", "moh", "mos", "mr", "ms", "mt", "mua", "mul", "mun",
"mus", "mwl", "mwr", "my", "myn", "myv", "na", "nah", "nai", "nap", "naq",
"nb", "nd", "nds", "ne", "new", "ng", "nia", "nic",
"niu", "nl", "nmg", "nn", "no", "nog", "non", "nqo", "nr", "nso", "nub", "nus",
"nv", "nwc", "ny", "nym", "nyn", "nyo", "nzi", "oc", "oj",
"om", "or", "os", "osa", "ota", "oto", "pa", "paa",
"pag", "pal", "pam", "pap", "pau", "peo", "phi", "phn",
"pi", "pl", "pon", "pra", "pro", "ps", "pt", "qu",
"raj", "rap", "rar", "rm", "rn", "ro", "roa", "rof", "rom",
"ru", "rup", "rw", "rwk", "sa", "sad", "sah", "sai", "sal", "sam", "saq",
"sas", "sat", "sbp", "sc", "scn", "sco", "sd", "se", "seh", "sel", "sem", "ses",
"sg", "sga", "sgn", "shi", "shn", "si", "sid", "sio", "sit",
"sk", "sl", "sla", "sm", "sma", "smi", "smj", "smn",
"sms", "sn", "snk", "so", "sog", "son", "sq", "sr",
"srn", "srr", "ss", "ssa", "st", "su", "suk", "sus", "sux",
"sv", "sw", "swc", "syc", "syr", "ta", "tai", "te", "tem", "teo", "ter",
"tet", "tg", "th", "ti", "tig", "tiv", "tk", "tkl",
"tl", "tlh", "tli", "tmh", "tn", "to", "tog", "tpi", "tr", "trv",
"ts", "tsi", "tt", "tum", "tup", "tut", "tvl", "tw", "twq",
"ty", "tyv", "tzm", "udm", "ug", "uga", "uk", "umb", "und", "ur",
"uz", "vai", "ve", "vi", "vo", "vot", "vun", "wa", "wak",
"wal", "war", "was", "wen", "wo", "xal", "xh", "xog", "yao", "yap", "yav",
"yi", "yo", "ypk", "za", "zap", "zbl", "zen", "zh", "znd",
"zu", "zun", "zxx", "zza",
NULL,
"in", "iw", "ji", "jw", "sh", /* obsolete language codes */
NULL
};
static const char* const DEPRECATED_LANGUAGES[]={
"in", "iw", "ji", "jw", NULL, NULL
};
static const char* const REPLACEMENT_LANGUAGES[]={
"id", "he", "yi", "jv", NULL, NULL
};
/**
* Table of 3-letter language codes.
*
* This is a lookup table used to convert 3-letter language codes to
* their 2-letter equivalent, where possible. It must be kept in sync
* with LANGUAGES. For all valid i, LANGUAGES[i] must refer to the
* same language as LANGUAGES_3[i]. The commented-out lines are
* copied from LANGUAGES to make eyeballing this baby easier.
*
* Where a 3-letter language code has no 2-letter equivalent, the
* 3-letter code occupies both LANGUAGES[i] and LANGUAGES_3[i].
*
* This table should be terminated with a NULL entry, followed by a
* second list, and another NULL entry. The two lists correspond to
* the two lists in LANGUAGES.
*/
static const char * const LANGUAGES_3[] = {
/* "aa", "ab", "ace", "ach", "ada", "ady", "ae", "af", "afa", */
"aar", "abk", "ace", "ach", "ada", "ady", "ave", "afr", "afa",
/* "afh", "agq", "ain", "ak", "akk", "ale", "alg", "alt", "am", "an", "ang", "anp", "apa", */
"afh", "agq", "ain", "aka", "akk", "ale", "alg", "alt", "amh", "arg", "ang", "anp", "apa",
/* "ar", "arc", "arn", "arp", "art", "arw", "as", "asa", "ast", */
"ara", "arc", "arn", "arp", "art", "arw", "asm", "asa", "ast",
/* "ath", "aus", "av", "awa", "ay", "az", "ba", "bad", */
"ath", "aus", "ava", "awa", "aym", "aze", "bak", "bad",
/* "bai", "bal", "ban", "bas", "bat", "be", "bej", */
"bai", "bal", "ban", "bas", "bat", "bel", "bej",
/* "bem", "ber", "bez", "bg", "bh", "bho", "bi", "bik", "bin", */
"bem", "ber", "bez", "bul", "bih", "bho", "bis", "bik", "bin",
/* "bla", "bm", "bn", "bnt", "bo", "br", "bra", "brx", "bs", */
"bla", "bam", "ben", "bnt", "bod", "bre", "bra", "brx", "bos",
/* "btk", "bua", "bug", "byn", "ca", "cad", "cai", "car", "cau", */
"btk", "bua", "bug", "byn", "cat", "cad", "cai", "car", "cau",
/* "cch", "ce", "ceb", "cel", "cgg", "ch", "chb", "chg", "chk", "chm", */
"cch", "che", "ceb", "cel", "cgg", "cha", "chb", "chg", "chk", "chm",
/* "chn", "cho", "chp", "chr", "chy", "cmc", "co", "cop", */
"chn", "cho", "chp", "chr", "chy", "cmc", "cos", "cop",
/* "cpe", "cpf", "cpp", "cr", "crh", "crp", "cs", "csb", "cu", "cus", */
"cpe", "cpf", "cpp", "cre", "crh", "crp", "ces", "csb", "chu", "cus",
/* "cv", "cy", "da", "dak", "dar", "dav", "day", "de", "del", "den", */
"chv", "cym", "dan", "dak", "dar", "dav", "day", "deu", "del", "den",
/* "dgr", "din", "dje", "doi", "dra", "dsb", "dua", "dum", "dv", "dyo", "dyu", */
"dgr", "din", "dje", "doi", "dra", "dsb", "dua", "dum", "div", "dyo", "dyu",
/* "dz", "ebu", "ee", "efi", "egy", "eka", "el", "elx", "en", */
"dzo", "ebu", "ewe", "efi", "egy", "eka", "ell", "elx", "eng",
/* "enm", "eo", "es", "et", "eu", "ewo", "fa", */
"enm", "epo", "spa", "est", "eus", "ewo", "fas",
/* "fan", "fat", "ff", "fi", "fil", "fiu", "fj", "fo", "fon", */
"fan", "fat", "ful", "fin", "fil", "fiu", "fij", "fao", "fon",
/* "fr", "frm", "fro", "frr", "frs", "fur", "fy", "ga", "gaa", "gay", */
"fra", "frm", "fro", "frr", "frs", "fur", "fry", "gle", "gaa", "gay",
/* "gba", "gd", "gem", "gez", "gil", "gl", "gmh", "gn", */
"gba", "gla", "gem", "gez", "gil", "glg", "gmh", "grn",
/* "goh", "gon", "gor", "got", "grb", "grc", "gsw", "gu", "guz", "gv", */
"goh", "gon", "gor", "got", "grb", "grc", "gsw", "guj", "guz", "glv",
/* "gwi", "ha", "hai", "haw", "he", "hi", "hil", "him", */
"gwi", "hau", "hai", "haw", "heb", "hin", "hil", "him",
/* "hit", "hmn", "ho", "hr", "hsb", "ht", "hu", "hup", "hy", "hz", */
"hit", "hmn", "hmo", "hrv", "hsb", "hat", "hun", "hup", "hye", "her",
/* "ia", "iba", "id", "ie", "ig", "ii", "ijo", "ik", */
"ina", "iba", "ind", "ile", "ibo", "iii", "ijo", "ipk",
/* "ilo", "inc", "ine", "inh", "io", "ira", "iro", "is", "it", */
"ilo", "inc", "ine", "inh", "ido", "ira", "iro", "isl", "ita",
/* "iu", "ja", "jbo", "jmc", "jpr", "jrb", "jv", "ka", "kaa", "kab", */
"iku", "jpn", "jbo", "jmc", "jpr", "jrb", "jav", "kat", "kaa", "kab",
/* "kac", "kaj", "kam", "kar", "kaw", "kbd", "kcg", "kde", "kea", "kfo", "kg", "kha", "khi",*/
"kac", "kaj", "kam", "kar", "kaw", "kbd", "kcg", "kde", "kea", "kfo", "kg", "kha", "khi",
/* "kho", "khq", "ki", "kj", "kk", "kl", "kln", "km", "kmb", "kn", */
"kho", "khq", "kik", "kua", "kaz", "kal", "kln", "khm", "kmb", "kan",
/* "ko", "kok", "kos", "kpe", "kr", "krc", "krl", "kro", "kru", "ks", "ksb", "ksf", */
"kor", "kok", "kos", "kpe", "kau", "krc", "krl", "kro", "kru", "kas", "ksb", "ksf",
/* "ku", "kum", "kut", "kv", "kw", "ky", "la", "lad", "lag", */
"kur", "kum", "kut", "kom", "cor", "kir", "lat", "lad", "lag",
/* "lah", "lam", "lb", "lez", "lg", "li", "ln", "lo", "lol", */
"lah", "lam", "ltz", "lez", "lug", "lim", "lin", "lao", "lol",
/* "loz", "lt", "lu", "lua", "lui", "lun", "luo", "lus", "luy", */
"loz", "lit", "lub", "lua", "lui", "lun", "luo", "lus", "luy",
/* "lv", "mad", "mag", "mai", "mak", "man", "map", "mas", */
"lav", "mad", "mag", "mai", "mak", "man", "map", "mas",
/* "mdf", "mdr", "men", "mer", "mfe", "mg", "mga", "mgh", "mh", "mi", "mic", "min", */
"mdf", "mdr", "men", "mer", "mfe", "mlg", "mga", "mgh", "mah", "mri", "mic", "min",
/* "mis", "mk", "mkh", "ml", "mn", "mnc", "mni", "mno", */
"mis", "mkd", "mkh", "mal", "mon", "mnc", "mni", "mno",
/* "mo", "moh", "mos", "mr", "ms", "mt", "mua", "mul", "mun", */
"mol", "moh", "mos", "mar", "msa", "mlt", "mua", "mul", "mun",
/* "mus", "mwl", "mwr", "my", "myn", "myv", "na", "nah", "nai", "nap", "naq", */
"mus", "mwl", "mwr", "mya", "myn", "myv", "nau", "nah", "nai", "nap", "naq",
/* "nb", "nd", "nds", "ne", "new", "ng", "nia", "nic", */
"nob", "nde", "nds", "nep", "new", "ndo", "nia", "nic",
/* "niu", "nl", "nmg", "nn", "no", "nog", "non", "nqo", "nr", "nso", "nub", "nus", */
"niu", "nld", "nmg", "nno", "nor", "nog", "non", "nqo", "nbl", "nso", "nub", "nus",
/* "nv", "nwc", "ny", "nym", "nyn", "nyo", "nzi", "oc", "oj", */
"nav", "nwc", "nya", "nym", "nyn", "nyo", "nzi", "oci", "oji",
/* "om", "or", "os", "osa", "ota", "oto", "pa", "paa", */
"orm", "ori", "oss", "osa", "ota", "oto", "pan", "paa",
/* "pag", "pal", "pam", "pap", "pau", "peo", "phi", "phn", */
"pag", "pal", "pam", "pap", "pau", "peo", "phi", "phn",
/* "pi", "pl", "pon", "pra", "pro", "ps", "pt", "qu", */
"pli", "pol", "pon", "pra", "pro", "pus", "por", "que",
/* "raj", "rap", "rar", "rm", "rn", "ro", "roa", "rof", "rom", */
"raj", "rap", "rar", "roh", "run", "ron", "roa", "rof", "rom",
/* "ru", "rup", "rw", "rwk", "sa", "sad", "sah", "sai", "sal", "sam", "saq", */
"rus", "rup", "kin", "rwk", "san", "sad", "sah", "sai", "sal", "sam", "saq",
/* "sas", "sat", "sbp", "sc", "scn", "sco", "sd", "se", "seh", "sel", "sem", "ses", */
"sas", "sat", "sbp", "srd", "scn", "sco", "snd", "sme", "seh", "sel", "sem", "ses",
/* "sg", "sga", "sgn", "shi", "shn", "si", "sid", "sio", "sit", */
"sag", "sga", "sgn", "shi", "shn", "sin", "sid", "sio", "sit",
/* "sk", "sl", "sla", "sm", "sma", "smi", "smj", "smn", */
"slk", "slv", "sla", "smo", "sma", "smi", "smj", "smn",
/* "sms", "sn", "snk", "so", "sog", "son", "sq", "sr", */
"sms", "sna", "snk", "som", "sog", "son", "sqi", "srp",
/* "srn", "srr", "ss", "ssa", "st", "su", "suk", "sus", "sux", */
"srn", "srr", "ssw", "ssa", "sot", "sun", "suk", "sus", "sux",
/* "sv", "sw", "swc", "syc", "syr", "ta", "tai", "te", "tem", "teo", "ter", */
"swe", "swa", "swc", "syc", "syr", "tam", "tai", "tel", "tem", "teo", "ter",
/* "tet", "tg", "th", "ti", "tig", "tiv", "tk", "tkl", */
"tet", "tgk", "tha", "tir", "tig", "tiv", "tuk", "tkl",
/* "tl", "tlh", "tli", "tmh", "tn", "to", "tog", "tpi", "tr", "trv", */
"tgl", "tlh", "tli", "tmh", "tsn", "ton", "tog", "tpi", "tur", "trv",
/* "ts", "tsi", "tt", "tum", "tup", "tut", "tvl", "tw", "twq" */
"tso", "tsi", "tat", "tum", "tup", "tut", "tvl", "twi", "twq",
/* "ty", "tyv", "tzm", "udm", "ug", "uga", "uk", "umb", "und", "ur", */
"tah", "tyv", "tzm", "udm", "uig", "uga", "ukr", "umb", "und", "urd",
/* "uz", "vai", "ve", "vi", "vo", "vot", "vun", "wa", "wak", */
"uzb", "vai", "ven", "vie", "vol", "vot", "vun", "wln", "wak",
/* "wal", "war", "was", "wen", "wo", "xal", "xh", "xog", "yao", "yap", "yav", */
"wal", "war", "was", "wen", "wol", "xal", "xho", "xog", "yao", "yap", "yav",
/* "yi", "yo", "ypk", "za", "zap", "zbl", "zen", "zh", "znd", */
"yid", "yor", "ypk", "zha", "zap", "zbl", "zen", "zho", "znd",
/* "zu", "zun", "zxx", "zza", */
"zul", "zun", "zxx", "zza",
NULL,
/* "in", "iw", "ji", "jw", "sh", */
"ind", "heb", "yid", "jaw", "srp",
NULL
};
/**
* Table of 2-letter country codes.
*
* This list must be in sorted order. This list is returned directly
* to the user by some API.
*
* This list must be kept in sync with COUNTRIES_3, with corresponding
* entries matched.
*
* This table should be terminated with a NULL entry, followed by a
* second list, and another NULL entry. The first list is visible to
* user code when this array is returned by API. The second list
* contains codes we support, but do not expose through user API.
*
* Notes:
*
* ZR(ZAR) is now CD(COD) and FX(FXX) is PS(PSE) as per
* http://www.evertype.com/standards/iso3166/iso3166-1-en.html added
* new codes keeping the old ones for compatibility updated to include
* 1999/12/03 revisions *CWB*
*
* RO(ROM) is now RO(ROU) according to
* http://www.iso.org/iso/en/prods-services/iso3166ma/03updates-on-iso-3166/nlv3e-rou.html
*/
static const char * const COUNTRIES[] = {
"AD", "AE", "AF", "AG", "AI", "AL", "AM", "AN",
"AO", "AQ", "AR", "AS", "AT", "AU", "AW", "AX", "AZ",
"BA", "BB", "BD", "BE", "BF", "BG", "BH", "BI",
"BJ", "BL", "BM", "BN", "BO", "BR", "BS", "BT", "BV",
"BW", "BY", "BZ", "CA", "CC", "CD", "CF", "CG",
"CH", "CI", "CK", "CL", "CM", "CN", "CO", "CR",
"CU", "CV", "CX", "CY", "CZ", "DE", "DJ", "DK",
"DM", "DO", "DZ", "EC", "EE", "EG", "EH", "ER",
"ES", "ET", "FI", "FJ", "FK", "FM", "FO", "FR",
"GA", "GB", "GD", "GE", "GF", "GG", "GH", "GI", "GL",
"GM", "GN", "GP", "GQ", "GR", "GS", "GT", "GU",
"GW", "GY", "HK", "HM", "HN", "HR", "HT", "HU",
"ID", "IE", "IL", "IM", "IN", "IO", "IQ", "IR", "IS",
"IT", "JE", "JM", "JO", "JP", "KE", "KG", "KH", "KI",
"KM", "KN", "KP", "KR", "KW", "KY", "KZ", "LA",
"LB", "LC", "LI", "LK", "LR", "LS", "LT", "LU",
"LV", "LY", "MA", "MC", "MD", "ME", "MF", "MG", "MH", "MK",
"ML", "MM", "MN", "MO", "MP", "MQ", "MR", "MS",
"MT", "MU", "MV", "MW", "MX", "MY", "MZ", "NA",
"NC", "NE", "NF", "NG", "NI", "NL", "NO", "NP",
"NR", "NU", "NZ", "OM", "PA", "PE", "PF", "PG",
"PH", "PK", "PL", "PM", "PN", "PR", "PS", "PT",
"PW", "PY", "QA", "RE", "RO", "RS", "RU", "RW", "SA",
"SB", "SC", "SD", "SE", "SG", "SH", "SI", "SJ",
"SK", "SL", "SM", "SN", "SO", "SR", "ST", "SV",
"SY", "SZ", "TC", "TD", "TF", "TG", "TH", "TJ",
"TK", "TL", "TM", "TN", "TO", "TR", "TT", "TV",
"TW", "TZ", "UA", "UG", "UM", "US", "UY", "UZ",
"VA", "VC", "VE", "VG", "VI", "VN", "VU", "WF",
"WS", "YE", "YT", "ZA", "ZM", "ZW",
NULL,
"FX", "CS", "RO", "TP", "YU", "ZR", /* obsolete country codes */
NULL
};
static const char* const DEPRECATED_COUNTRIES[] ={
"BU", "CS", "DY", "FX", "HV", "NH", "RH", "TP", "YU", "ZR", NULL, NULL /* deprecated country list */
};
static const char* const REPLACEMENT_COUNTRIES[] = {
/* "BU", "CS", "DY", "FX", "HV", "NH", "RH", "TP", "YU", "ZR" */
"MM", "RS", "BJ", "FR", "BF", "VU", "ZW", "TL", "RS", "CD", NULL, NULL /* replacement country codes */
};
/**
* Table of 3-letter country codes.
*
* This is a lookup table used to convert 3-letter country codes to
* their 2-letter equivalent. It must be kept in sync with COUNTRIES.
* For all valid i, COUNTRIES[i] must refer to the same country as
* COUNTRIES_3[i]. The commented-out lines are copied from COUNTRIES
* to make eyeballing this baby easier.
*
* This table should be terminated with a NULL entry, followed by a
* second list, and another NULL entry. The two lists correspond to
* the two lists in COUNTRIES.
*/
static const char * const COUNTRIES_3[] = {
/* "AD", "AE", "AF", "AG", "AI", "AL", "AM", "AN", */
"AND", "ARE", "AFG", "ATG", "AIA", "ALB", "ARM", "ANT",
/* "AO", "AQ", "AR", "AS", "AT", "AU", "AW", "AX", "AZ", */
"AGO", "ATA", "ARG", "ASM", "AUT", "AUS", "ABW", "ALA", "AZE",
/* "BA", "BB", "BD", "BE", "BF", "BG", "BH", "BI", */
"BIH", "BRB", "BGD", "BEL", "BFA", "BGR", "BHR", "BDI",
/* "BJ", "BL", "BM", "BN", "BO", "BR", "BS", "BT", "BV", */
"BEN", "BLM", "BMU", "BRN", "BOL", "BRA", "BHS", "BTN", "BVT",
/* "BW", "BY", "BZ", "CA", "CC", "CD", "CF", "CG", */
"BWA", "BLR", "BLZ", "CAN", "CCK", "COD", "CAF", "COG",
/* "CH", "CI", "CK", "CL", "CM", "CN", "CO", "CR", */
"CHE", "CIV", "COK", "CHL", "CMR", "CHN", "COL", "CRI",
/* "CU", "CV", "CX", "CY", "CZ", "DE", "DJ", "DK", */
"CUB", "CPV", "CXR", "CYP", "CZE", "DEU", "DJI", "DNK",
/* "DM", "DO", "DZ", "EC", "EE", "EG", "EH", "ER", */
"DMA", "DOM", "DZA", "ECU", "EST", "EGY", "ESH", "ERI",
/* "ES", "ET", "FI", "FJ", "FK", "FM", "FO", "FR", */
"ESP", "ETH", "FIN", "FJI", "FLK", "FSM", "FRO", "FRA",
/* "GA", "GB", "GD", "GE", "GF", "GG", "GH", "GI", "GL", */
"GAB", "GBR", "GRD", "GEO", "GUF", "GGY", "GHA", "GIB", "GRL",
/* "GM", "GN", "GP", "GQ", "GR", "GS", "GT", "GU", */
"GMB", "GIN", "GLP", "GNQ", "GRC", "SGS", "GTM", "GUM",
/* "GW", "GY", "HK", "HM", "HN", "HR", "HT", "HU", */
"GNB", "GUY", "HKG", "HMD", "HND", "HRV", "HTI", "HUN",
/* "ID", "IE", "IL", "IM", "IN", "IO", "IQ", "IR", "IS" */
"IDN", "IRL", "ISR", "IMN", "IND", "IOT", "IRQ", "IRN", "ISL",
/* "IT", "JE", "JM", "JO", "JP", "KE", "KG", "KH", "KI", */
"ITA", "JEY", "JAM", "JOR", "JPN", "KEN", "KGZ", "KHM", "KIR",
/* "KM", "KN", "KP", "KR", "KW", "KY", "KZ", "LA", */
"COM", "KNA", "PRK", "KOR", "KWT", "CYM", "KAZ", "LAO",
/* "LB", "LC", "LI", "LK", "LR", "LS", "LT", "LU", */
"LBN", "LCA", "LIE", "LKA", "LBR", "LSO", "LTU", "LUX",
/* "LV", "LY", "MA", "MC", "MD", "ME", "MF", "MG", "MH", "MK", */
"LVA", "LBY", "MAR", "MCO", "MDA", "MNE", "MAF", "MDG", "MHL", "MKD",
/* "ML", "MM", "MN", "MO", "MP", "MQ", "MR", "MS", */
"MLI", "MMR", "MNG", "MAC", "MNP", "MTQ", "MRT", "MSR",
/* "MT", "MU", "MV", "MW", "MX", "MY", "MZ", "NA", */
"MLT", "MUS", "MDV", "MWI", "MEX", "MYS", "MOZ", "NAM",
/* "NC", "NE", "NF", "NG", "NI", "NL", "NO", "NP", */
"NCL", "NER", "NFK", "NGA", "NIC", "NLD", "NOR", "NPL",
/* "NR", "NU", "NZ", "OM", "PA", "PE", "PF", "PG", */
"NRU", "NIU", "NZL", "OMN", "PAN", "PER", "PYF", "PNG",
/* "PH", "PK", "PL", "PM", "PN", "PR", "PS", "PT", */
"PHL", "PAK", "POL", "SPM", "PCN", "PRI", "PSE", "PRT",
/* "PW", "PY", "QA", "RE", "RO", "RS", "RU", "RW", "SA", */
"PLW", "PRY", "QAT", "REU", "ROU", "SRB", "RUS", "RWA", "SAU",
/* "SB", "SC", "SD", "SE", "SG", "SH", "SI", "SJ", */
"SLB", "SYC", "SDN", "SWE", "SGP", "SHN", "SVN", "SJM",
/* "SK", "SL", "SM", "SN", "SO", "SR", "ST", "SV", */
"SVK", "SLE", "SMR", "SEN", "SOM", "SUR", "STP", "SLV",
/* "SY", "SZ", "TC", "TD", "TF", "TG", "TH", "TJ", */
"SYR", "SWZ", "TCA", "TCD", "ATF", "TGO", "THA", "TJK",
/* "TK", "TL", "TM", "TN", "TO", "TR", "TT", "TV", */
"TKL", "TLS", "TKM", "TUN", "TON", "TUR", "TTO", "TUV",
/* "TW", "TZ", "UA", "UG", "UM", "US", "UY", "UZ", */
"TWN", "TZA", "UKR", "UGA", "UMI", "USA", "URY", "UZB",
/* "VA", "VC", "VE", "VG", "VI", "VN", "VU", "WF", */
"VAT", "VCT", "VEN", "VGB", "VIR", "VNM", "VUT", "WLF",
/* "WS", "YE", "YT", "ZA", "ZM", "ZW", */
"WSM", "YEM", "MYT", "ZAF", "ZMB", "ZWE",
NULL,
/* "FX", "CS", "RO", "TP", "YU", "ZR", */
"FXX", "SCG", "ROM", "TMP", "YUG", "ZAR",
NULL
};
typedef struct CanonicalizationMap {
const char *id; /* input ID */
const char *canonicalID; /* canonicalized output ID */
const char *keyword; /* keyword, or NULL if none */
const char *value; /* keyword value, or NULL if kw==NULL */
} CanonicalizationMap;
/**
* A map to canonicalize locale IDs. This handles a variety of
* different semantic kinds of transformations.
*/
static const CanonicalizationMap CANONICALIZE_MAP[] = {
{ "", "en_US_POSIX", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "c", "en_US_POSIX", NULL, NULL }, /* POSIX name */
{ "posix", "en_US_POSIX", NULL, NULL }, /* POSIX name (alias of C) */
{ "art_LOJBAN", "jbo", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "az_AZ_CYRL", "az_Cyrl_AZ", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "az_AZ_LATN", "az_Latn_AZ", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "ca_ES_PREEURO", "ca_ES", "currency", "ESP" },
{ "cel_GAULISH", "cel__GAULISH", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "de_1901", "de__1901", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "de_1906", "de__1906", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "de__PHONEBOOK", "de", "collation", "phonebook" }, /* Old ICU name */
{ "de_AT_PREEURO", "de_AT", "currency", "ATS" },
{ "de_DE_PREEURO", "de_DE", "currency", "DEM" },
{ "de_LU_PREEURO", "de_LU", "currency", "LUF" },
{ "el_GR_PREEURO", "el_GR", "currency", "GRD" },
{ "en_BOONT", "en__BOONT", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "en_SCOUSE", "en__SCOUSE", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "en_BE_PREEURO", "en_BE", "currency", "BEF" },
{ "en_IE_PREEURO", "en_IE", "currency", "IEP" },
{ "es__TRADITIONAL", "es", "collation", "traditional" }, /* Old ICU name */
{ "es_ES_PREEURO", "es_ES", "currency", "ESP" },
{ "eu_ES_PREEURO", "eu_ES", "currency", "ESP" },
{ "fi_FI_PREEURO", "fi_FI", "currency", "FIM" },
{ "fr_BE_PREEURO", "fr_BE", "currency", "BEF" },
{ "fr_FR_PREEURO", "fr_FR", "currency", "FRF" },
{ "fr_LU_PREEURO", "fr_LU", "currency", "LUF" },
{ "ga_IE_PREEURO", "ga_IE", "currency", "IEP" },
{ "gl_ES_PREEURO", "gl_ES", "currency", "ESP" },
{ "hi__DIRECT", "hi", "collation", "direct" }, /* Old ICU name */
{ "it_IT_PREEURO", "it_IT", "currency", "ITL" },
{ "ja_JP_TRADITIONAL", "ja_JP", "calendar", "japanese" }, /* Old ICU name */
{ "nb_NO_NY", "nn_NO", NULL, NULL }, /* "markus said this was ok" :-) */
{ "nl_BE_PREEURO", "nl_BE", "currency", "BEF" },
{ "nl_NL_PREEURO", "nl_NL", "currency", "NLG" },
{ "pt_PT_PREEURO", "pt_PT", "currency", "PTE" },
{ "sl_ROZAJ", "sl__ROZAJ", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "sr_SP_CYRL", "sr_Cyrl_RS", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "sr_SP_LATN", "sr_Latn_RS", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "sr_YU_CYRILLIC", "sr_Cyrl_RS", NULL, NULL }, /* Linux name */
{ "th_TH_TRADITIONAL", "th_TH", "calendar", "buddhist" }, /* Old ICU name */
{ "uz_UZ_CYRILLIC", "uz_Cyrl_UZ", NULL, NULL }, /* Linux name */
{ "uz_UZ_CYRL", "uz_Cyrl_UZ", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "uz_UZ_LATN", "uz_Latn_UZ", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "zh_CHS", "zh_Hans", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "zh_CHT", "zh_Hant", NULL, NULL }, /* .NET name */
{ "zh_GAN", "zh__GAN", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_GUOYU", "zh", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_HAKKA", "zh__HAKKA", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_MIN", "zh__MIN", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_MIN_NAN", "zh__MINNAN", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_WUU", "zh__WUU", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_XIANG", "zh__XIANG", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
{ "zh_YUE", "zh__YUE", NULL, NULL }, /* registered name */
};
typedef struct VariantMap {
const char *variant; /* input ID */
const char *keyword; /* keyword, or NULL if none */
const char *value; /* keyword value, or NULL if kw==NULL */
} VariantMap;
static const VariantMap VARIANT_MAP[] = {
{ "EURO", "currency", "EUR" },
{ "PINYIN", "collation", "pinyin" }, /* Solaris variant */
{ "STROKE", "collation", "stroke" } /* Solaris variant */
};
/* ### BCP47 Conversion *******************************************/
/* Test if the locale id has BCP47 u extension and does not have '@' */
#define _hasBCP47Extension(id) (id && uprv_strstr(id, "@") == NULL && getShortestSubtagLength(localeID) == 1)
/* Converts the BCP47 id to Unicode id. Does nothing to id if conversion fails */
#define _ConvertBCP47(finalID, id, buffer, length,err) \
if (uloc_forLanguageTag(id, buffer, length, NULL, err) <= 0 || U_FAILURE(*err)) { \
finalID=id; \
} else { \
finalID=buffer; \
}
/* Gets the size of the shortest subtag in the given localeID. */
static int32_t getShortestSubtagLength(const char *localeID) {
int32_t localeIDLength = uprv_strlen(localeID);
int32_t length = localeIDLength;
int32_t tmpLength = 0;
int32_t i;
UBool reset = TRUE;
for (i = 0; i < localeIDLength; i++) {
if (localeID[i] != '_' && localeID[i] != '-') {
if (reset) {
tmpLength = 0;
reset = FALSE;
}
tmpLength++;
} else {
if (tmpLength != 0 && tmpLength < length) {
length = tmpLength;
}
reset = TRUE;
}
}
return length;
}
/* ### Keywords **************************************************/
#define ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN 25
#define ULOC_MAX_NO_KEYWORDS 25
U_CAPI const char * U_EXPORT2
locale_getKeywordsStart(const char *localeID) {
const char *result = NULL;
if((result = uprv_strchr(localeID, '@')) != NULL) {
return result;
}
#if (U_CHARSET_FAMILY == U_EBCDIC_FAMILY)
else {
/* We do this because the @ sign is variant, and the @ sign used on one
EBCDIC machine won't be compiled the same way on other EBCDIC based
machines. */
static const uint8_t ebcdicSigns[] = { 0x7C, 0x44, 0x66, 0x80, 0xAC, 0xAE, 0xAF, 0xB5, 0xEC, 0xEF, 0x00 };
const uint8_t *charToFind = ebcdicSigns;
while(*charToFind) {
if((result = uprv_strchr(localeID, *charToFind)) != NULL) {
return result;
}
charToFind++;
}
}
#endif
return NULL;
}
/**
* @param buf buffer of size [ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN]
* @param keywordName incoming name to be canonicalized
* @param status return status (keyword too long)
* @return length of the keyword name
*/
static int32_t locale_canonKeywordName(char *buf, const char *keywordName, UErrorCode *status)
{
int32_t i;
int32_t keywordNameLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(keywordName);
if(keywordNameLen >= ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN) {
/* keyword name too long for internal buffer */
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
/* normalize the keyword name */
for(i = 0; i < keywordNameLen; i++) {
buf[i] = uprv_tolower(keywordName[i]);
}
buf[i] = 0;
return keywordNameLen;
}
typedef struct {
char keyword[ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN];
int32_t keywordLen;
const char *valueStart;
int32_t valueLen;
} KeywordStruct;
static int32_t U_CALLCONV
compareKeywordStructs(const void *context, const void *left, const void *right) {
const char* leftString = ((const KeywordStruct *)left)->keyword;
const char* rightString = ((const KeywordStruct *)right)->keyword;
return uprv_strcmp(leftString, rightString);
}
/**
* Both addKeyword and addValue must already be in canonical form.
* Either both addKeyword and addValue are NULL, or neither is NULL.
* If they are not NULL they must be zero terminated.
* If addKeyword is not NULL is must have length small enough to fit in KeywordStruct.keyword.
*/
static int32_t
_getKeywords(const char *localeID,
char prev,
char *keywords, int32_t keywordCapacity,
char *values, int32_t valuesCapacity, int32_t *valLen,
UBool valuesToo,
const char* addKeyword,
const char* addValue,
UErrorCode *status)
{
KeywordStruct keywordList[ULOC_MAX_NO_KEYWORDS];
int32_t maxKeywords = ULOC_MAX_NO_KEYWORDS;
int32_t numKeywords = 0;
const char* pos = localeID;
const char* equalSign = NULL;
const char* semicolon = NULL;
int32_t i = 0, j, n;
int32_t keywordsLen = 0;
int32_t valuesLen = 0;
if(prev == '@') { /* start of keyword definition */
/* we will grab pairs, trim spaces, lowercase keywords, sort and return */
do {
UBool duplicate = FALSE;
/* skip leading spaces */
while(*pos == ' ') {
pos++;
}
if (!*pos) { /* handle trailing "; " */
break;
}
if(numKeywords == maxKeywords) {
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
equalSign = uprv_strchr(pos, '=');
semicolon = uprv_strchr(pos, ';');
/* lack of '=' [foo@currency] is illegal */
/* ';' before '=' [foo@currency;collation=pinyin] is illegal */
if(!equalSign || (semicolon && semicolon<equalSign)) {
*status = U_INVALID_FORMAT_ERROR;
return 0;
}
/* need to normalize both keyword and keyword name */
if(equalSign - pos >= ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN) {
/* keyword name too long for internal buffer */
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
for(i = 0, n = 0; i < equalSign - pos; ++i) {
if (pos[i] != ' ') {
keywordList[numKeywords].keyword[n++] = uprv_tolower(pos[i]);
}
}
keywordList[numKeywords].keyword[n] = 0;
keywordList[numKeywords].keywordLen = n;
/* now grab the value part. First we skip the '=' */
equalSign++;
/* then we leading spaces */
while(*equalSign == ' ') {
equalSign++;
}
keywordList[numKeywords].valueStart = equalSign;
pos = semicolon;
i = 0;
if(pos) {
while(*(pos - i - 1) == ' ') {
i++;
}
keywordList[numKeywords].valueLen = (int32_t)(pos - equalSign - i);
pos++;
} else {
i = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(equalSign);
/* BEGIN android-changed
For http://b/issue?id=6008774 : out-of-boundary memory access */
while(i && equalSign[i-1] == ' ') {
i--;
}
/* END android-changed */
keywordList[numKeywords].valueLen = i;
}
/* If this is a duplicate keyword, then ignore it */
for (j=0; j<numKeywords; ++j) {
if (uprv_strcmp(keywordList[j].keyword, keywordList[numKeywords].keyword) == 0) {
duplicate = TRUE;
break;
}
}
if (!duplicate) {
++numKeywords;
}
} while(pos);
/* Handle addKeyword/addValue. */
if (addKeyword != NULL) {
UBool duplicate = FALSE;
U_ASSERT(addValue != NULL);
/* Search for duplicate; if found, do nothing. Explicit keyword
overrides addKeyword. */
for (j=0; j<numKeywords; ++j) {
if (uprv_strcmp(keywordList[j].keyword, addKeyword) == 0) {
duplicate = TRUE;
break;
}
}
if (!duplicate) {
if (numKeywords == maxKeywords) {
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
uprv_strcpy(keywordList[numKeywords].keyword, addKeyword);
keywordList[numKeywords].keywordLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(addKeyword);
keywordList[numKeywords].valueStart = addValue;
keywordList[numKeywords].valueLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(addValue);
++numKeywords;
}
} else {
U_ASSERT(addValue == NULL);
}
/* now we have a list of keywords */
/* we need to sort it */
uprv_sortArray(keywordList, numKeywords, sizeof(KeywordStruct), compareKeywordStructs, NULL, FALSE, status);
/* Now construct the keyword part */
for(i = 0; i < numKeywords; i++) {
if(keywordsLen + keywordList[i].keywordLen + 1< keywordCapacity) {
uprv_strcpy(keywords+keywordsLen, keywordList[i].keyword);
if(valuesToo) {
keywords[keywordsLen + keywordList[i].keywordLen] = '=';
} else {
keywords[keywordsLen + keywordList[i].keywordLen] = 0;
}
}
keywordsLen += keywordList[i].keywordLen + 1;
if(valuesToo) {
if(keywordsLen + keywordList[i].valueLen < keywordCapacity) {
uprv_strncpy(keywords+keywordsLen, keywordList[i].valueStart, keywordList[i].valueLen);
}
keywordsLen += keywordList[i].valueLen;
if(i < numKeywords - 1) {
if(keywordsLen < keywordCapacity) {
keywords[keywordsLen] = ';';
}
keywordsLen++;
}
}
if(values) {
if(valuesLen + keywordList[i].valueLen + 1< valuesCapacity) {
uprv_strcpy(values+valuesLen, keywordList[i].valueStart);
values[valuesLen + keywordList[i].valueLen] = 0;
}
valuesLen += keywordList[i].valueLen + 1;
}
}
if(values) {
values[valuesLen] = 0;
if(valLen) {
*valLen = valuesLen;
}
}
return u_terminateChars(keywords, keywordCapacity, keywordsLen, status);
} else {
return 0;
}
}
U_CFUNC int32_t
locale_getKeywords(const char *localeID,
char prev,
char *keywords, int32_t keywordCapacity,
char *values, int32_t valuesCapacity, int32_t *valLen,
UBool valuesToo,
UErrorCode *status) {
return _getKeywords(localeID, prev, keywords, keywordCapacity,
values, valuesCapacity, valLen, valuesToo,
NULL, NULL, status);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getKeywordValue(const char* localeID,
const char* keywordName,
char* buffer, int32_t bufferCapacity,
UErrorCode* status)
{
const char* startSearchHere = NULL;
const char* nextSeparator = NULL;
char keywordNameBuffer[ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN];
char localeKeywordNameBuffer[ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN];
int32_t i = 0;
int32_t result = 0;
if(status && U_SUCCESS(*status) && localeID) {
char tempBuffer[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
const char* tmpLocaleID;
if (_hasBCP47Extension(localeID)) {
_ConvertBCP47(tmpLocaleID, localeID, tempBuffer, sizeof(tempBuffer), status);
} else {
tmpLocaleID=localeID;
}
startSearchHere = uprv_strchr(tmpLocaleID, '@'); /* TODO: REVISIT: shouldn't this be locale_getKeywordsStart ? */
if(startSearchHere == NULL) {
/* no keywords, return at once */
return 0;
}
locale_canonKeywordName(keywordNameBuffer, keywordName, status);
if(U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return 0;
}
/* find the first keyword */
while(startSearchHere) {
startSearchHere++;
/* skip leading spaces (allowed?) */
while(*startSearchHere == ' ') {
startSearchHere++;
}
nextSeparator = uprv_strchr(startSearchHere, '=');
/* need to normalize both keyword and keyword name */
if(!nextSeparator) {
break;
}
if(nextSeparator - startSearchHere >= ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN) {
/* keyword name too long for internal buffer */
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
for(i = 0; i < nextSeparator - startSearchHere; i++) {
localeKeywordNameBuffer[i] = uprv_tolower(startSearchHere[i]);
}
/* trim trailing spaces */
while(startSearchHere[i-1] == ' ') {
i--;
}
localeKeywordNameBuffer[i] = 0;
startSearchHere = uprv_strchr(nextSeparator, ';');
if(uprv_strcmp(keywordNameBuffer, localeKeywordNameBuffer) == 0) {
nextSeparator++;
while(*nextSeparator == ' ') {
nextSeparator++;
}
/* we actually found the keyword. Copy the value */
if(startSearchHere && startSearchHere - nextSeparator < bufferCapacity) {
while(*(startSearchHere-1) == ' ') {
startSearchHere--;
}
uprv_strncpy(buffer, nextSeparator, startSearchHere - nextSeparator);
result = u_terminateChars(buffer, bufferCapacity, (int32_t)(startSearchHere - nextSeparator), status);
} else if(!startSearchHere && (int32_t)uprv_strlen(nextSeparator) < bufferCapacity) { /* last item in string */
i = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(nextSeparator);
while(nextSeparator[i - 1] == ' ') {
i--;
}
uprv_strncpy(buffer, nextSeparator, i);
result = u_terminateChars(buffer, bufferCapacity, i, status);
} else {
/* give a bigger buffer, please */
*status = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR;
if(startSearchHere) {
result = (int32_t)(startSearchHere - nextSeparator);
} else {
result = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(nextSeparator);
}
}
return result;
}
}
}
return 0;
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_setKeywordValue(const char* keywordName,
const char* keywordValue,
char* buffer, int32_t bufferCapacity,
UErrorCode* status)
{
/* TODO: sorting. removal. */
int32_t keywordNameLen;
int32_t keywordValueLen;
int32_t bufLen;
int32_t needLen = 0;
int32_t foundValueLen;
int32_t keywordAtEnd = 0; /* is the keyword at the end of the string? */
char keywordNameBuffer[ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN];
char localeKeywordNameBuffer[ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN];
int32_t i = 0;
int32_t rc;
char* nextSeparator = NULL;
char* nextEqualsign = NULL;
char* startSearchHere = NULL;
char* keywordStart = NULL;
char *insertHere = NULL;
if(U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return -1;
}
if(bufferCapacity>1) {
bufLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(buffer);
} else {
*status = U_ILLEGAL_ARGUMENT_ERROR;
return 0;
}
if(bufferCapacity<bufLen) {
/* The capacity is less than the length?! Is this NULL terminated? */
*status = U_ILLEGAL_ARGUMENT_ERROR;
return 0;
}
if(keywordValue && !*keywordValue) {
keywordValue = NULL;
}
if(keywordValue) {
keywordValueLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(keywordValue);
} else {
keywordValueLen = 0;
}
keywordNameLen = locale_canonKeywordName(keywordNameBuffer, keywordName, status);
if(U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return 0;
}
startSearchHere = (char*)locale_getKeywordsStart(buffer);
if(startSearchHere == NULL || (startSearchHere[1]==0)) {
if(!keywordValue) { /* no keywords = nothing to remove */
return bufLen;
}
needLen = bufLen+1+keywordNameLen+1+keywordValueLen;
if(startSearchHere) { /* had a single @ */
needLen--; /* already had the @ */
/* startSearchHere points at the @ */
} else {
startSearchHere=buffer+bufLen;
}
if(needLen >= bufferCapacity) {
*status = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR;
return needLen; /* no change */
}
*startSearchHere = '@';
startSearchHere++;
uprv_strcpy(startSearchHere, keywordNameBuffer);
startSearchHere += keywordNameLen;
*startSearchHere = '=';
startSearchHere++;
uprv_strcpy(startSearchHere, keywordValue);
startSearchHere+=keywordValueLen;
return needLen;
} /* end shortcut - no @ */
keywordStart = startSearchHere;
/* search for keyword */
while(keywordStart) {
keywordStart++;
/* skip leading spaces (allowed?) */
while(*keywordStart == ' ') {
keywordStart++;
}
nextEqualsign = uprv_strchr(keywordStart, '=');
/* need to normalize both keyword and keyword name */
if(!nextEqualsign) {
break;
}
if(nextEqualsign - keywordStart >= ULOC_KEYWORD_BUFFER_LEN) {
/* keyword name too long for internal buffer */
*status = U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR;
return 0;
}
for(i = 0; i < nextEqualsign - keywordStart; i++) {
localeKeywordNameBuffer[i] = uprv_tolower(keywordStart[i]);
}
/* trim trailing spaces */
while(keywordStart[i-1] == ' ') {
i--;
}
localeKeywordNameBuffer[i] = 0;
nextSeparator = uprv_strchr(nextEqualsign, ';');
rc = uprv_strcmp(keywordNameBuffer, localeKeywordNameBuffer);
if(rc == 0) {
nextEqualsign++;
while(*nextEqualsign == ' ') {
nextEqualsign++;
}
/* we actually found the keyword. Change the value */
if (nextSeparator) {
keywordAtEnd = 0;
foundValueLen = (int32_t)(nextSeparator - nextEqualsign);
} else {
keywordAtEnd = 1;
foundValueLen = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(nextEqualsign);
}
if(keywordValue) { /* adding a value - not removing */
if(foundValueLen == keywordValueLen) {
uprv_strncpy(nextEqualsign, keywordValue, keywordValueLen);
return bufLen; /* no change in size */
} else if(foundValueLen > keywordValueLen) {
int32_t delta = foundValueLen - keywordValueLen;
if(nextSeparator) { /* RH side */
uprv_memmove(nextSeparator - delta, nextSeparator, bufLen-(nextSeparator-buffer));
}
uprv_strncpy(nextEqualsign, keywordValue, keywordValueLen);
bufLen -= delta;
buffer[bufLen]=0;
return bufLen;
} else { /* FVL < KVL */
int32_t delta = keywordValueLen - foundValueLen;
if((bufLen+delta) >= bufferCapacity) {
*status = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR;
return bufLen+delta;
}
if(nextSeparator) { /* RH side */
uprv_memmove(nextSeparator+delta,nextSeparator, bufLen-(nextSeparator-buffer));
}
uprv_strncpy(nextEqualsign, keywordValue, keywordValueLen);
bufLen += delta;
buffer[bufLen]=0;
return bufLen;
}
} else { /* removing a keyword */
if(keywordAtEnd) {
/* zero out the ';' or '@' just before startSearchhere */
keywordStart[-1] = 0;
return (int32_t)((keywordStart-buffer)-1); /* (string length without keyword) minus separator */
} else {
uprv_memmove(keywordStart, nextSeparator+1, bufLen-((nextSeparator+1)-buffer));
keywordStart[bufLen-((nextSeparator+1)-buffer)]=0;
return (int32_t)(bufLen-((nextSeparator+1)-keywordStart));
}
}
} else if(rc<0){ /* end match keyword */
/* could insert at this location. */
insertHere = keywordStart;
}
keywordStart = nextSeparator;
} /* end loop searching */
if(!keywordValue) {
return bufLen; /* removal of non-extant keyword - no change */
}
/* we know there is at least one keyword. */
needLen = bufLen+1+keywordNameLen+1+keywordValueLen;
if(needLen >= bufferCapacity) {
*status = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR;
return needLen; /* no change */
}
if(insertHere) {
uprv_memmove(insertHere+(1+keywordNameLen+1+keywordValueLen), insertHere, bufLen-(insertHere-buffer));
keywordStart = insertHere;
} else {
keywordStart = buffer+bufLen;
*keywordStart = ';';
keywordStart++;
}
uprv_strncpy(keywordStart, keywordNameBuffer, keywordNameLen);
keywordStart += keywordNameLen;
*keywordStart = '=';
keywordStart++;
uprv_strncpy(keywordStart, keywordValue, keywordValueLen); /* terminates. */
keywordStart+=keywordValueLen;
if(insertHere) {
*keywordStart = ';';
keywordStart++;
}
buffer[needLen]=0;
return needLen;
}
/* ### ID parsing implementation **************************************************/
#define _isPrefixLetter(a) ((a=='x')||(a=='X')||(a=='i')||(a=='I'))
/*returns TRUE if one of the special prefixes is here (s=string)
'x-' or 'i-' */
#define _isIDPrefix(s) (_isPrefixLetter(s[0])&&_isIDSeparator(s[1]))
/* Dot terminates it because of POSIX form where dot precedes the codepage
* except for variant
*/
#define _isTerminator(a) ((a==0)||(a=='.')||(a=='@'))
static char* _strnchr(const char* str, int32_t len, char c) {
U_ASSERT(str != 0 && len >= 0);
while (len-- != 0) {
char d = *str;
if (d == c) {
return (char*) str;
} else if (d == 0) {
break;
}
++str;
}
return NULL;
}
/**
* Lookup 'key' in the array 'list'. The array 'list' should contain
* a NULL entry, followed by more entries, and a second NULL entry.
*
* The 'list' param should be LANGUAGES, LANGUAGES_3, COUNTRIES, or
* COUNTRIES_3.
*/
static int16_t _findIndex(const char* const* list, const char* key)
{
const char* const* anchor = list;
int32_t pass = 0;
/* Make two passes through two NULL-terminated arrays at 'list' */
while (pass++ < 2) {
while (*list) {
if (uprv_strcmp(key, *list) == 0) {
return (int16_t)(list - anchor);
}
list++;
}
++list; /* skip final NULL *CWB*/
}
return -1;
}
/* count the length of src while copying it to dest; return strlen(src) */
static U_INLINE int32_t
_copyCount(char *dest, int32_t destCapacity, const char *src) {
const char *anchor;
char c;
anchor=src;
for(;;) {
if((c=*src)==0) {
return (int32_t)(src-anchor);
}
if(destCapacity<=0) {
return (int32_t)((src-anchor)+uprv_strlen(src));
}
++src;
*dest++=c;
--destCapacity;
}
}
U_CFUNC const char*
uloc_getCurrentCountryID(const char* oldID){
int32_t offset = _findIndex(DEPRECATED_COUNTRIES, oldID);
if (offset >= 0) {
return REPLACEMENT_COUNTRIES[offset];
}
return oldID;
}
U_CFUNC const char*
uloc_getCurrentLanguageID(const char* oldID){
int32_t offset = _findIndex(DEPRECATED_LANGUAGES, oldID);
if (offset >= 0) {
return REPLACEMENT_LANGUAGES[offset];
}
return oldID;
}
/*
* the internal functions _getLanguage(), _getCountry(), _getVariant()
* avoid duplicating code to handle the earlier locale ID pieces
* in the functions for the later ones by
* setting the *pEnd pointer to where they stopped parsing
*
* TODO try to use this in Locale
*/
U_CFUNC int32_t
ulocimp_getLanguage(const char *localeID,
char *language, int32_t languageCapacity,
const char **pEnd) {
int32_t i=0;
int32_t offset;
char lang[4]={ 0, 0, 0, 0 }; /* temporary buffer to hold language code for searching */
/* if it starts with i- or x- then copy that prefix */
if(_isIDPrefix(localeID)) {
if(i<languageCapacity) {
language[i]=(char)uprv_tolower(*localeID);
}
if(i<languageCapacity) {
language[i+1]='-';
}
i+=2;
localeID+=2;
}
/* copy the language as far as possible and count its length */
while(!_isTerminator(*localeID) && !_isIDSeparator(*localeID)) {
if(i<languageCapacity) {
language[i]=(char)uprv_tolower(*localeID);
}
if(i<3) {
lang[i]=(char)uprv_tolower(*localeID);
}
i++;
localeID++;
}
if(i==3) {
/* convert 3 character code to 2 character code if possible *CWB*/
offset=_findIndex(LANGUAGES_3, lang);
if(offset>=0) {
i=_copyCount(language, languageCapacity, LANGUAGES[offset]);
}
}
if(pEnd!=NULL) {
*pEnd=localeID;
}
return i;
}
U_CFUNC int32_t
ulocimp_getScript(const char *localeID,
char *script, int32_t scriptCapacity,
const char **pEnd)
{
int32_t idLen = 0;
if (pEnd != NULL) {
*pEnd = localeID;
}
/* copy the second item as far as possible and count its length */
while(!_isTerminator(localeID[idLen]) && !_isIDSeparator(localeID[idLen])) {
idLen++;
}
/* If it's exactly 4 characters long, then it's a script and not a country. */
if (idLen == 4) {
int32_t i;
if (pEnd != NULL) {
*pEnd = localeID+idLen;
}
if(idLen > scriptCapacity) {
idLen = scriptCapacity;
}
if (idLen >= 1) {
script[0]=(char)uprv_toupper(*(localeID++));
}
for (i = 1; i < idLen; i++) {
script[i]=(char)uprv_tolower(*(localeID++));
}
}
else {
idLen = 0;
}
return idLen;
}
U_CFUNC int32_t
ulocimp_getCountry(const char *localeID,
char *country, int32_t countryCapacity,
const char **pEnd)
{
int32_t idLen=0;
char cnty[ULOC_COUNTRY_CAPACITY]={ 0, 0, 0, 0 };
int32_t offset;
/* copy the country as far as possible and count its length */
while(!_isTerminator(localeID[idLen]) && !_isIDSeparator(localeID[idLen])) {
if(idLen<(ULOC_COUNTRY_CAPACITY-1)) { /*CWB*/
cnty[idLen]=(char)uprv_toupper(localeID[idLen]);
}
idLen++;
}
/* the country should be either length 2 or 3 */
if (idLen == 2 || idLen == 3) {
UBool gotCountry = FALSE;
/* convert 3 character code to 2 character code if possible *CWB*/
if(idLen==3) {
offset=_findIndex(COUNTRIES_3, cnty);
if(offset>=0) {
idLen=_copyCount(country, countryCapacity, COUNTRIES[offset]);
gotCountry = TRUE;
}
}
if (!gotCountry) {
int32_t i = 0;
for (i = 0; i < idLen; i++) {
if (i < countryCapacity) {
country[i]=(char)uprv_toupper(localeID[i]);
}
}
}
localeID+=idLen;
} else {
idLen = 0;
}
if(pEnd!=NULL) {
*pEnd=localeID;
}
return idLen;
}
/**
* @param needSeparator if true, then add leading '_' if any variants
* are added to 'variant'
*/
static int32_t
_getVariantEx(const char *localeID,
char prev,
char *variant, int32_t variantCapacity,
UBool needSeparator) {
int32_t i=0;
/* get one or more variant tags and separate them with '_' */
if(_isIDSeparator(prev)) {
/* get a variant string after a '-' or '_' */
while(!_isTerminator(*localeID)) {
if (needSeparator) {
if (i<variantCapacity) {
variant[i] = '_';
}
++i;
needSeparator = FALSE;
}
if(i<variantCapacity) {
variant[i]=(char)uprv_toupper(*localeID);
if(variant[i]=='-') {
variant[i]='_';
}
}
i++;
localeID++;
}
}
/* if there is no variant tag after a '-' or '_' then look for '@' */
if(i==0) {
if(prev=='@') {
/* keep localeID */
} else if((localeID=locale_getKeywordsStart(localeID))!=NULL) {
++localeID; /* point after the '@' */
} else {
return 0;
}
while(!_isTerminator(*localeID)) {
if (needSeparator) {
if (i<variantCapacity) {
variant[i] = '_';
}
++i;
needSeparator = FALSE;
}
if(i<variantCapacity) {
variant[i]=(char)uprv_toupper(*localeID);
if(variant[i]=='-' || variant[i]==',') {
variant[i]='_';
}
}
i++;
localeID++;
}
}
return i;
}
static int32_t
_getVariant(const char *localeID,
char prev,
char *variant, int32_t variantCapacity) {
return _getVariantEx(localeID, prev, variant, variantCapacity, FALSE);
}
/**
* Delete ALL instances of a variant from the given list of one or
* more variants. Example: "FOO_EURO_BAR_EURO" => "FOO_BAR".
* @param variants the source string of one or more variants,
* separated by '_'. This will be MODIFIED IN PLACE. Not zero
* terminated; if it is, trailing zero will NOT be maintained.
* @param variantsLen length of variants
* @param toDelete variant to delete, without separators, e.g. "EURO"
* or "PREEURO"; not zero terminated
* @param toDeleteLen length of toDelete
* @return number of characters deleted from variants
*/
static int32_t
_deleteVariant(char* variants, int32_t variantsLen,
const char* toDelete, int32_t toDeleteLen)
{
int32_t delta = 0; /* number of chars deleted */
for (;;) {
UBool flag = FALSE;
if (variantsLen < toDeleteLen) {
return delta;
}
if (uprv_strncmp(variants, toDelete, toDeleteLen) == 0 &&
(variantsLen == toDeleteLen ||
(flag=(variants[toDeleteLen] == '_'))))
{
int32_t d = toDeleteLen + (flag?1:0);
variantsLen -= d;
delta += d;
if (variantsLen > 0) {
uprv_memmove(variants, variants+d, variantsLen);
}
} else {
char* p = _strnchr(variants, variantsLen, '_');
if (p == NULL) {
return delta;
}
++p;
variantsLen -= (int32_t)(p - variants);
variants = p;
}
}
}
/* Keyword enumeration */
typedef struct UKeywordsContext {
char* keywords;
char* current;
} UKeywordsContext;
static void U_CALLCONV
uloc_kw_closeKeywords(UEnumeration *enumerator) {
uprv_free(((UKeywordsContext *)enumerator->context)->keywords);
uprv_free(enumerator->context);
uprv_free(enumerator);
}
static int32_t U_CALLCONV
uloc_kw_countKeywords(UEnumeration *en, UErrorCode *status) {
char *kw = ((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->keywords;
int32_t result = 0;
while(*kw) {
result++;
kw += uprv_strlen(kw)+1;
}
return result;
}
static const char* U_CALLCONV
uloc_kw_nextKeyword(UEnumeration* en,
int32_t* resultLength,
UErrorCode* status) {
const char* result = ((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->current;
int32_t len = 0;
if(*result) {
len = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->current);
((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->current += len+1;
} else {
result = NULL;
}
if (resultLength) {
*resultLength = len;
}
return result;
}
static void U_CALLCONV
uloc_kw_resetKeywords(UEnumeration* en,
UErrorCode* status) {
((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->current = ((UKeywordsContext *)en->context)->keywords;
}
static const UEnumeration gKeywordsEnum = {
NULL,
NULL,
uloc_kw_closeKeywords,
uloc_kw_countKeywords,
uenum_unextDefault,
uloc_kw_nextKeyword,
uloc_kw_resetKeywords
};
U_CAPI UEnumeration* U_EXPORT2
uloc_openKeywordList(const char *keywordList, int32_t keywordListSize, UErrorCode* status)
{
UKeywordsContext *myContext = NULL;
UEnumeration *result = NULL;
if(U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return NULL;
}
result = (UEnumeration *)uprv_malloc(sizeof(UEnumeration));
/* Null pointer test */
if (result == NULL) {
*status = U_MEMORY_ALLOCATION_ERROR;
return NULL;
}
uprv_memcpy(result, &gKeywordsEnum, sizeof(UEnumeration));
myContext = uprv_malloc(sizeof(UKeywordsContext));
if (myContext == NULL) {
*status = U_MEMORY_ALLOCATION_ERROR;
uprv_free(result);
return NULL;
}
myContext->keywords = (char *)uprv_malloc(keywordListSize+1);
uprv_memcpy(myContext->keywords, keywordList, keywordListSize);
myContext->keywords[keywordListSize] = 0;
myContext->current = myContext->keywords;
result->context = myContext;
return result;
}
U_CAPI UEnumeration* U_EXPORT2
uloc_openKeywords(const char* localeID,
UErrorCode* status)
{
int32_t i=0;
char keywords[256];
int32_t keywordsCapacity = 256;
char tempBuffer[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
const char* tmpLocaleID;
if(status==NULL || U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return 0;
}
if (_hasBCP47Extension(localeID)) {
_ConvertBCP47(tmpLocaleID, localeID, tempBuffer, sizeof(tempBuffer), status);
} else {
if (localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
tmpLocaleID=localeID;
}
/* Skip the language */
ulocimp_getLanguage(tmpLocaleID, NULL, 0, &tmpLocaleID);
if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
const char *scriptID;
/* Skip the script if available */
ulocimp_getScript(tmpLocaleID+1, NULL, 0, &scriptID);
if(scriptID != tmpLocaleID+1) {
/* Found optional script */
tmpLocaleID = scriptID;
}
/* Skip the Country */
if (_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
ulocimp_getCountry(tmpLocaleID+1, NULL, 0, &tmpLocaleID);
if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
_getVariant(tmpLocaleID+1, *tmpLocaleID, NULL, 0);
}
}
}
/* keywords are located after '@' */
if((tmpLocaleID = locale_getKeywordsStart(tmpLocaleID)) != NULL) {
i=locale_getKeywords(tmpLocaleID+1, '@', keywords, keywordsCapacity, NULL, 0, NULL, FALSE, status);
}
if(i) {
return uloc_openKeywordList(keywords, i, status);
} else {
return NULL;
}
}
/* bit-flags for 'options' parameter of _canonicalize */
#define _ULOC_STRIP_KEYWORDS 0x2
#define _ULOC_CANONICALIZE 0x1
#define OPTION_SET(options, mask) ((options & mask) != 0)
static const char i_default[] = {'i', '-', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'a', 'u', 'l', 't'};
#define I_DEFAULT_LENGTH (sizeof i_default / sizeof i_default[0])
/**
* Canonicalize the given localeID, to level 1 or to level 2,
* depending on the options. To specify level 1, pass in options=0.
* To specify level 2, pass in options=_ULOC_CANONICALIZE.
*
* This is the code underlying uloc_getName and uloc_canonicalize.
*/
static int32_t
_canonicalize(const char* localeID,
char* result,
int32_t resultCapacity,
uint32_t options,
UErrorCode* err) {
int32_t j, len, fieldCount=0, scriptSize=0, variantSize=0, nameCapacity;
char localeBuffer[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
char tempBuffer[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
const char* origLocaleID;
const char* tmpLocaleID;
const char* keywordAssign = NULL;
const char* separatorIndicator = NULL;
const char* addKeyword = NULL;
const char* addValue = NULL;
char* name;
char* variant = NULL; /* pointer into name, or NULL */
if (U_FAILURE(*err)) {
return 0;
}
if (_hasBCP47Extension(localeID)) {
_ConvertBCP47(tmpLocaleID, localeID, tempBuffer, sizeof(tempBuffer), err);
} else {
if (localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
tmpLocaleID=localeID;
}
origLocaleID=tmpLocaleID;
/* if we are doing a full canonicalization, then put results in
localeBuffer, if necessary; otherwise send them to result. */
if (/*OPTION_SET(options, _ULOC_CANONICALIZE) &&*/
(result == NULL || resultCapacity < sizeof(localeBuffer))) {
name = localeBuffer;
nameCapacity = sizeof(localeBuffer);
} else {
name = result;
nameCapacity = resultCapacity;
}
/* get all pieces, one after another, and separate with '_' */
len=ulocimp_getLanguage(tmpLocaleID, name, nameCapacity, &tmpLocaleID);
if(len == I_DEFAULT_LENGTH && uprv_strncmp(origLocaleID, i_default, len) == 0) {
const char *d = uloc_getDefault();
len = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(d);
if (name != NULL) {
uprv_strncpy(name, d, len);
}
} else if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
const char *scriptID;
++fieldCount;
if(len<nameCapacity) {
name[len]='_';
}
++len;
scriptSize=ulocimp_getScript(tmpLocaleID+1, name+len, nameCapacity-len, &scriptID);
if(scriptSize > 0) {
/* Found optional script */
tmpLocaleID = scriptID;
++fieldCount;
len+=scriptSize;
if (_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
/* If there is something else, then we add the _ */
if(len<nameCapacity) {
name[len]='_';
}
++len;
}
}
if (_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
const char *cntryID;
int32_t cntrySize = ulocimp_getCountry(tmpLocaleID+1, name+len, nameCapacity-len, &cntryID);
if (cntrySize > 0) {
/* Found optional country */
tmpLocaleID = cntryID;
len+=cntrySize;
}
if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
/* If there is something else, then we add the _ if we found country before.*/
if (cntrySize > 0) {
++fieldCount;
if(len<nameCapacity) {
name[len]='_';
}
++len;
}
variantSize = _getVariant(tmpLocaleID+1, *tmpLocaleID, name+len, nameCapacity-len);
if (variantSize > 0) {
variant = name+len;
len += variantSize;
tmpLocaleID += variantSize + 1; /* skip '_' and variant */
}
}
}
}
/* Copy POSIX-style charset specifier, if any [mr.utf8] */
if (!OPTION_SET(options, _ULOC_CANONICALIZE) && *tmpLocaleID == '.') {
UBool done = FALSE;
do {
char c = *tmpLocaleID;
switch (c) {
case 0:
case '@':
done = TRUE;
break;
default:
if (len<nameCapacity) {
name[len] = c;
}
++len;
++tmpLocaleID;
break;
}
} while (!done);
}
/* Scan ahead to next '@' and determine if it is followed by '=' and/or ';'
After this, tmpLocaleID either points to '@' or is NULL */
if ((tmpLocaleID=locale_getKeywordsStart(tmpLocaleID))!=NULL) {
keywordAssign = uprv_strchr(tmpLocaleID, '=');
separatorIndicator = uprv_strchr(tmpLocaleID, ';');
}
/* Copy POSIX-style variant, if any [mr@FOO] */
if (!OPTION_SET(options, _ULOC_CANONICALIZE) &&
tmpLocaleID != NULL && keywordAssign == NULL) {
for (;;) {
char c = *tmpLocaleID;
if (c == 0) {
break;
}
if (len<nameCapacity) {
name[len] = c;
}
++len;
++tmpLocaleID;
}
}
if (OPTION_SET(options, _ULOC_CANONICALIZE)) {
/* Handle @FOO variant if @ is present and not followed by = */
if (tmpLocaleID!=NULL && keywordAssign==NULL) {
int32_t posixVariantSize;
/* Add missing '_' if needed */
if (fieldCount < 2 || (fieldCount < 3 && scriptSize > 0)) {
do {
if(len<nameCapacity) {
name[len]='_';
}
++len;
++fieldCount;
} while(fieldCount<2);
}
posixVariantSize = _getVariantEx(tmpLocaleID+1, '@', name+len, nameCapacity-len,
(UBool)(variantSize > 0));
if (posixVariantSize > 0) {
if (variant == NULL) {
variant = name+len;
}
len += posixVariantSize;
variantSize += posixVariantSize;
}
}
/* Handle generic variants first */
if (variant) {
for (j=0; j<(int32_t)(sizeof(VARIANT_MAP)/sizeof(VARIANT_MAP[0])); j++) {
const char* variantToCompare = VARIANT_MAP[j].variant;
int32_t n = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(variantToCompare);
int32_t variantLen = _deleteVariant(variant, uprv_min(variantSize, (nameCapacity-len)), variantToCompare, n);
len -= variantLen;
if (variantLen > 0) {
/* BEGIN android-changed
Apply fixes for ICU ticket8984. */
if (len > 0 && name[len-1] == '_') { /* delete trailing '_' */
--len;
}
/* END android-changed */
addKeyword = VARIANT_MAP[j].keyword;
addValue = VARIANT_MAP[j].value;
break;
}
}
/* BEGIN android-changed
Apply fixes for ICU ticket8984. */
if (len > 0 && len <= nameCapacity && name[len-1] == '_') { /* delete trailing '_' */
--len;
}
/* END android-changed */
}
/* Look up the ID in the canonicalization map */
for (j=0; j<(int32_t)(sizeof(CANONICALIZE_MAP)/sizeof(CANONICALIZE_MAP[0])); j++) {
const char* id = CANONICALIZE_MAP[j].id;
int32_t n = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(id);
if (len == n && uprv_strncmp(name, id, n) == 0) {
if (n == 0 && tmpLocaleID != NULL) {
break; /* Don't remap "" if keywords present */
}
len = _copyCount(name, nameCapacity, CANONICALIZE_MAP[j].canonicalID);
if (CANONICALIZE_MAP[j].keyword) {
addKeyword = CANONICALIZE_MAP[j].keyword;
addValue = CANONICALIZE_MAP[j].value;
}
break;
}
}
}
if (!OPTION_SET(options, _ULOC_STRIP_KEYWORDS)) {
if (tmpLocaleID!=NULL && keywordAssign!=NULL &&
(!separatorIndicator || separatorIndicator > keywordAssign)) {
if(len<nameCapacity) {
name[len]='@';
}
++len;
++fieldCount;
len += _getKeywords(tmpLocaleID+1, '@', name+len, nameCapacity-len, NULL, 0, NULL, TRUE,
addKeyword, addValue, err);
} else if (addKeyword != NULL) {
U_ASSERT(addValue != NULL);
/* inelegant but works -- later make _getKeywords do this? */
len += _copyCount(name+len, nameCapacity-len, "@");
len += _copyCount(name+len, nameCapacity-len, addKeyword);
len += _copyCount(name+len, nameCapacity-len, "=");
len += _copyCount(name+len, nameCapacity-len, addValue);
}
}
if (U_SUCCESS(*err) && result != NULL && name == localeBuffer) {
uprv_strncpy(result, localeBuffer, (len > resultCapacity) ? resultCapacity : len);
}
return u_terminateChars(result, resultCapacity, len, err);
}
/* ### ID parsing API **************************************************/
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getParent(const char* localeID,
char* parent,
int32_t parentCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
const char *lastUnderscore;
int32_t i;
if (U_FAILURE(*err))
return 0;
if (localeID == NULL)
localeID = uloc_getDefault();
lastUnderscore=uprv_strrchr(localeID, '_');
if(lastUnderscore!=NULL) {
i=(int32_t)(lastUnderscore-localeID);
} else {
i=0;
}
if(i>0 && parent != localeID) {
uprv_memcpy(parent, localeID, uprv_min(i, parentCapacity));
}
return u_terminateChars(parent, parentCapacity, i, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getLanguage(const char* localeID,
char* language,
int32_t languageCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
/* uloc_getLanguage will return a 2 character iso-639 code if one exists. *CWB*/
int32_t i=0;
if (err==NULL || U_FAILURE(*err)) {
return 0;
}
if(localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
i=ulocimp_getLanguage(localeID, language, languageCapacity, NULL);
return u_terminateChars(language, languageCapacity, i, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getScript(const char* localeID,
char* script,
int32_t scriptCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
int32_t i=0;
if(err==NULL || U_FAILURE(*err)) {
return 0;
}
if(localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
/* skip the language */
ulocimp_getLanguage(localeID, NULL, 0, &localeID);
if(_isIDSeparator(*localeID)) {
i=ulocimp_getScript(localeID+1, script, scriptCapacity, NULL);
}
return u_terminateChars(script, scriptCapacity, i, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getCountry(const char* localeID,
char* country,
int32_t countryCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
int32_t i=0;
if(err==NULL || U_FAILURE(*err)) {
return 0;
}
if(localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
/* Skip the language */
ulocimp_getLanguage(localeID, NULL, 0, &localeID);
if(_isIDSeparator(*localeID)) {
const char *scriptID;
/* Skip the script if available */
ulocimp_getScript(localeID+1, NULL, 0, &scriptID);
if(scriptID != localeID+1) {
/* Found optional script */
localeID = scriptID;
}
if(_isIDSeparator(*localeID)) {
i=ulocimp_getCountry(localeID+1, country, countryCapacity, NULL);
}
}
return u_terminateChars(country, countryCapacity, i, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getVariant(const char* localeID,
char* variant,
int32_t variantCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
char tempBuffer[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
const char* tmpLocaleID;
int32_t i=0;
if(err==NULL || U_FAILURE(*err)) {
return 0;
}
if (_hasBCP47Extension(localeID)) {
_ConvertBCP47(tmpLocaleID, localeID, tempBuffer, sizeof(tempBuffer), err);
} else {
if (localeID==NULL) {
localeID=uloc_getDefault();
}
tmpLocaleID=localeID;
}
/* Skip the language */
ulocimp_getLanguage(tmpLocaleID, NULL, 0, &tmpLocaleID);
if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
const char *scriptID;
/* Skip the script if available */
ulocimp_getScript(tmpLocaleID+1, NULL, 0, &scriptID);
if(scriptID != tmpLocaleID+1) {
/* Found optional script */
tmpLocaleID = scriptID;
}
/* Skip the Country */
if (_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
const char *cntryID;
ulocimp_getCountry(tmpLocaleID+1, NULL, 0, &cntryID);
if (cntryID != tmpLocaleID+1) {
/* Found optional country */
tmpLocaleID = cntryID;
}
if(_isIDSeparator(*tmpLocaleID)) {
/* If there was no country ID, skip a possible extra IDSeparator */
if (tmpLocaleID != cntryID && _isIDSeparator(tmpLocaleID[1])) {
tmpLocaleID++;
}
i=_getVariant(tmpLocaleID+1, *tmpLocaleID, variant, variantCapacity);
}
}
}
/* removed by weiv. We don't want to handle POSIX variants anymore. Use canonicalization function */
/* if we do not have a variant tag yet then try a POSIX variant after '@' */
/*
if(!haveVariant && (localeID=uprv_strrchr(localeID, '@'))!=NULL) {
i=_getVariant(localeID+1, '@', variant, variantCapacity);
}
*/
return u_terminateChars(variant, variantCapacity, i, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getName(const char* localeID,
char* name,
int32_t nameCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
return _canonicalize(localeID, name, nameCapacity, 0, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getBaseName(const char* localeID,
char* name,
int32_t nameCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
return _canonicalize(localeID, name, nameCapacity, _ULOC_STRIP_KEYWORDS, err);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_canonicalize(const char* localeID,
char* name,
int32_t nameCapacity,
UErrorCode* err)
{
return _canonicalize(localeID, name, nameCapacity, _ULOC_CANONICALIZE, err);
}
U_CAPI const char* U_EXPORT2
uloc_getISO3Language(const char* localeID)
{
int16_t offset;
char lang[ULOC_LANG_CAPACITY];
UErrorCode err = U_ZERO_ERROR;
if (localeID == NULL)
{
localeID = uloc_getDefault();
}
uloc_getLanguage(localeID, lang, ULOC_LANG_CAPACITY, &err);
if (U_FAILURE(err))
return "";
offset = _findIndex(LANGUAGES, lang);
if (offset < 0)
return "";
return LANGUAGES_3[offset];
}
U_CAPI const char* U_EXPORT2
uloc_getISO3Country(const char* localeID)
{
int16_t offset;
char cntry[ULOC_LANG_CAPACITY];
UErrorCode err = U_ZERO_ERROR;
if (localeID == NULL)
{
localeID = uloc_getDefault();
}
uloc_getCountry(localeID, cntry, ULOC_LANG_CAPACITY, &err);
if (U_FAILURE(err))
return "";
offset = _findIndex(COUNTRIES, cntry);
if (offset < 0)
return "";
return COUNTRIES_3[offset];
}
U_CAPI uint32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getLCID(const char* localeID)
{
UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
char langID[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY];
uloc_getLanguage(localeID, langID, sizeof(langID), &status);
if (U_FAILURE(status)) {
return 0;
}
return uprv_convertToLCID(langID, localeID, &status);
}
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_getLocaleForLCID(uint32_t hostid, char *locale, int32_t localeCapacity,
UErrorCode *status)
{
int32_t length;
const char *posix = uprv_convertToPosix(hostid, status);
if (U_FAILURE(*status) || posix == NULL) {
return 0;
}
length = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(posix);
if (length+1 > localeCapacity) {
*status = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR;
}
else {
uprv_strcpy(locale, posix);
}
return length;
}
/* ### Default locale **************************************************/
U_CAPI const char* U_EXPORT2
uloc_getDefault()
{
return locale_get_default();
}
U_CAPI void U_EXPORT2
uloc_setDefault(const char* newDefaultLocale,
UErrorCode* err)
{
if (U_FAILURE(*err))
return;
/* the error code isn't currently used for anything by this function*/
/* propagate change to C++ */
locale_set_default(newDefaultLocale);
}
/**
* Returns a list of all language codes defined in ISO 639. This is a pointer
* to an array of pointers to arrays of char. All of these pointers are owned
* by ICU-- do not delete them, and do not write through them. The array is
* terminated with a null pointer.
*/
U_CAPI const char* const* U_EXPORT2
uloc_getISOLanguages()
{
return LANGUAGES;
}
/**
* Returns a list of all 2-letter country codes defined in ISO 639. This is a
* pointer to an array of pointers to arrays of char. All of these pointers are
* owned by ICU-- do not delete them, and do not write through them. The array is
* terminated with a null pointer.
*/
U_CAPI const char* const* U_EXPORT2
uloc_getISOCountries()
{
return COUNTRIES;
}
/* this function to be moved into cstring.c later */
static char gDecimal = 0;
static /* U_CAPI */
double
/* U_EXPORT2 */
_uloc_strtod(const char *start, char **end) {
char *decimal;
char *myEnd;
char buf[30];
double rv;
if (!gDecimal) {
char rep[5];
/* For machines that decide to change the decimal on you,
and try to be too smart with localization.
This normally should be just a '.'. */
sprintf(rep, "%+1.1f", 1.0);
gDecimal = rep[2];
}
if(gDecimal == '.') {
return uprv_strtod(start, end); /* fall through to OS */
} else {
uprv_strncpy(buf, start, 29);
buf[29]=0;
decimal = uprv_strchr(buf, '.');
if(decimal) {
*decimal = gDecimal;
} else {
return uprv_strtod(start, end); /* no decimal point */
}
rv = uprv_strtod(buf, &myEnd);
if(end) {
*end = (char*)(start+(myEnd-buf)); /* cast away const (to follow uprv_strtod API.) */
}
return rv;
}
}
typedef struct {
float q;
int32_t dummy; /* to avoid uninitialized memory copy from qsort */
char *locale;
} _acceptLangItem;
static int32_t U_CALLCONV
uloc_acceptLanguageCompare(const void *context, const void *a, const void *b)
{
const _acceptLangItem *aa = (const _acceptLangItem*)a;
const _acceptLangItem *bb = (const _acceptLangItem*)b;
int32_t rc = 0;
if(bb->q < aa->q) {
rc = -1; /* A > B */
} else if(bb->q > aa->q) {
rc = 1; /* A < B */
} else {
rc = 0; /* A = B */
}
if(rc==0) {
rc = uprv_stricmp(aa->locale, bb->locale);
}
#if defined(ULOC_DEBUG)
/* fprintf(stderr, "a:[%s:%g], b:[%s:%g] -> %d\n",
aa->locale, aa->q,
bb->locale, bb->q,
rc);*/
#endif
return rc;
}
/*
mt-mt, ja;q=0.76, en-us;q=0.95, en;q=0.92, en-gb;q=0.89, fr;q=0.87, iu-ca;q=0.84, iu;q=0.82, ja-jp;q=0.79, mt;q=0.97, de-de;q=0.74, de;q=0.71, es;q=0.68, it-it;q=0.66, it;q=0.63, vi-vn;q=0.61, vi;q=0.58, nl-nl;q=0.55, nl;q=0.53
*/
U_CAPI int32_t U_EXPORT2
uloc_acceptLanguageFromHTTP(char *result, int32_t resultAvailable, UAcceptResult *outResult,
const char *httpAcceptLanguage,
UEnumeration* availableLocales,
UErrorCode *status)
{
_acceptLangItem *j;
_acceptLangItem smallBuffer[30];
char **strs;
char tmp[ULOC_FULLNAME_CAPACITY +1];
int32_t n = 0;
const char *itemEnd;
const char *paramEnd;
const char *s;
const char *t;
int32_t res;
int32_t i;
int32_t l = (int32_t)uprv_strlen(httpAcceptLanguage);
int32_t jSize;
char *tempstr; /* Use for null pointer check */
j = smallBuffer;
jSize = sizeof(smallBuffer)/sizeof(smallBuffer[0]);
if(U_FAILURE(*status)) {
return -1;
}
for(s=httpAcceptLanguage;s&&*s;) {
while(isspace(*s)) /* eat space at the beginning */
s++;
itemEnd=uprv_strchr(s,',');
paramEnd=uprv_strchr(s,';');
if(!itemEnd) {
itemEnd = httpAcceptLanguage+l; /* end of string */
}
if(paramEnd && paramEnd<itemEnd) {
/* semicolon (;) is closer than end (,) */
t = paramEnd+1;
if(*t=='q') {
t++;
}
while(isspace(*t)) {
t++;
}
if(*t=='=') {
t++;
}
while(isspace(*t)) {
t++;
}
j[n].q = (float)_uloc_strtod(t,NULL);
} else {
/* no semicolon - it's 1.0 */
j[n].q = 1.0f;
paramEnd = itemEnd;
}
j[n].dummy=0;
/* eat spaces prior to semi */
for(t=(paramEnd-1);(paramEnd>s)&&isspace(*