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// **********************************************************************
// Copyright (c) 2006 ZeroC, Inc. All rights reserved.
// This file was slightly modified to move the definitions to the
// IceUtil namespace and use C++ types.
// **********************************************************************


#include <IceUtil/Unicode.h>

/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    Conversions between UTF32, UTF-16, and UTF-8.  Header file.

    Several funtions are included here, forming a complete set of
    conversions between the three formats.  UTF-7 is not included
    here, but is handled in a separate source file.

    Each of these routines takes pointers to input buffers and output
    buffers.  The input buffers are const.

    Each routine converts the text between *sourceStart and sourceEnd,
    putting the result into the buffer between *targetStart and
    targetEnd. Note: the end pointers are *after* the last item: e.g. 
    *(sourceEnd - 1) is the last item.

    The return result indicates whether the conversion was successful,
    and if not, whether the problem was in the source or target buffers.
    (Only the first encountered problem is indicated.)

    After the conversion, *sourceStart and *targetStart are both
    updated to point to the end of last text successfully converted in
    the respective buffers.

    Input parameters:
      sourceStart - pointer to a pointer to the source buffer.
            The contents of this are modified on return so that
            it points at the next thing to be converted.
      targetStart - similarly, pointer to pointer to the target buffer.
      sourceEnd, targetEnd - respectively pointers to the ends of the
            two buffers, for overflow checking only.

    These conversion functions take a ConversionFlags argument. When this
    flag is set to strict, both irregular sequences and isolated surrogates
    will cause an error.  When the flag is set to lenient, both irregular
    sequences and isolated surrogates are converted.

    Whether the flag is strict or lenient, all illegal sequences will cause
    an error return. This includes sequences such as: <F4 90 80 80>, <C0 80>,
    or <A0> in UTF-8, and values above 0x10FFFF in UTF-32. Conformant code
    must check for illegal sequences.

    When the flag is set to lenient, characters over 0x10FFFF are converted
    to the replacement character; otherwise (when the flag is set to strict)
    they constitute an error.

    Output parameters:
      The value "sourceIllegal" is returned from some routines if the input
      sequence is malformed.  When "sourceIllegal" is returned, the source
      value will point to the illegal value that caused the problem. E.g.,
      in UTF-8 when a sequence is malformed, it points to the start of the
      malformed sequence.  

    Author: Mark E. Davis, 1994.
    Rev History: Rick McGowan, fixes & updates May 2001.
             Fixes & updates, Sept 2001.

------------------------------------------------------------------------ */

/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    The following 4 definitions are compiler-specific.
    The C standard does not guarantee that wchar_t has at least
    16 bits, so wchar_t is no less portable than unsigned short!
    All should be unsigned values to avoid sign extension during
    bit mask & shift operations.
------------------------------------------------------------------------ */

namespace IceUtil

typedef unsigned int    UTF32;      /* at least 32 bits */
typedef unsigned short  UTF16;      /* at least 16 bits */
typedef unsigned char   UTF8; /* typically 8 bits */
typedef bool              Boolean; /* 0 or 1 */

/* Some fundamental constants */
#define UNI_MAX_BMP (UTF32)0x0000FFFF
#define UNI_MAX_UTF16 (UTF32)0x0010FFFF
#define UNI_MAX_UTF32 (UTF32)0x7FFFFFFF
#define UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32 (UTF32)0x0010FFFF

ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF16(
    const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd, 
    UTF16** targetStart, UTF16* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);

ConversionResult ConvertUTF16toUTF8 (
    const UTF16** sourceStart, const UTF16* sourceEnd, 
    UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF32(
    const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd, 
    UTF32** targetStart, UTF32* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);

ConversionResult ConvertUTF32toUTF8(
    const UTF32** sourceStart, const UTF32* sourceEnd, 
    UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);

// isLegalUTFSequence is declared in IceUtil/Unicode.h

/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */


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