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//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This source file is part of the Swift.org open source project
//
// Copyright (c) 2014 - 2017 Apple Inc. and the Swift project authors
// Licensed under Apache License v2.0 with Runtime Library Exception
//
// See https://swift.org/LICENSE.txt for license information
// See https://swift.org/CONTRIBUTORS.txt for the list of Swift project authors
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
@_exported import Foundation // Clang module
import _SwiftCoreFoundationOverlayShims
/// DateInterval represents a closed date interval in the form of [startDate, endDate]. It is possible for the start and end dates to be the same with a duration of 0. DateInterval does not support reverse intervals i.e. intervals where the duration is less than 0 and the end date occurs earlier in time than the start date.
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
public struct DateInterval : ReferenceConvertible, Comparable, Hashable, Codable {
public typealias ReferenceType = NSDateInterval
/// The start date.
public var start : Date
/// The end date.
///
/// - precondition: `end >= start`
public var end : Date {
get {
return start + duration
}
set {
precondition(newValue >= start, "Reverse intervals are not allowed")
duration = newValue.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate - start.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
}
}
/// The duration.
///
/// - precondition: `duration >= 0`
public var duration : TimeInterval {
willSet {
precondition(newValue >= 0, "Negative durations are not allowed")
}
}
/// Initializes a `DateInterval` with start and end dates set to the current date and the duration set to `0`.
public init() {
let d = Date()
start = d
duration = 0
}
/// Initialize a `DateInterval` with the specified start and end date.
///
/// - precondition: `end >= start`
public init(start: Date, end: Date) {
if end < start {
fatalError("Reverse intervals are not allowed")
}
self.start = start
duration = end.timeIntervalSince(start)
}
/// Initialize a `DateInterval` with the specified start date and duration.
///
/// - precondition: `duration >= 0`
public init(start: Date, duration: TimeInterval) {
precondition(duration >= 0, "Negative durations are not allowed")
self.start = start
self.duration = duration
}
/**
Compare two DateIntervals.
This method prioritizes ordering by start date. If the start dates are equal, then it will order by duration.
e.g. Given intervals a and b
```
a. |-----|
b. |-----|
```
`a.compare(b)` would return `.OrderedAscending` because a's start date is earlier in time than b's start date.
In the event that the start dates are equal, the compare method will attempt to order by duration.
e.g. Given intervals c and d
```
c. |-----|
d. |---|
```
`c.compare(d)` would result in `.OrderedDescending` because c is longer than d.
If both the start dates and the durations are equal, then the intervals are considered equal and `.OrderedSame` is returned as the result.
*/
public func compare(_ dateInterval: DateInterval) -> ComparisonResult {
let result = start.compare(dateInterval.start)
if result == .orderedSame {
if self.duration < dateInterval.duration { return .orderedAscending }
if self.duration > dateInterval.duration { return .orderedDescending }
return .orderedSame
}
return result
}
/// Returns `true` if `self` intersects the `dateInterval`.
public func intersects(_ dateInterval: DateInterval) -> Bool {
return contains(dateInterval.start) || contains(dateInterval.end) || dateInterval.contains(start) || dateInterval.contains(end)
}
/// Returns a DateInterval that represents the interval where the given date interval and the current instance intersect.
///
/// In the event that there is no intersection, the method returns nil.
public func intersection(with dateInterval: DateInterval) -> DateInterval? {
if !intersects(dateInterval) {
return nil
}
if self == dateInterval {
return self
}
let timeIntervalForSelfStart = start.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let timeIntervalForSelfEnd = end.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let timeIntervalForGivenStart = dateInterval.start.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let timeIntervalForGivenEnd = dateInterval.end.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let resultStartDate : Date
if timeIntervalForGivenStart >= timeIntervalForSelfStart {
resultStartDate = dateInterval.start
} else {
// self starts after given
resultStartDate = start
}
let resultEndDate : Date
if timeIntervalForGivenEnd >= timeIntervalForSelfEnd {
resultEndDate = end
} else {
// given ends before self
resultEndDate = dateInterval.end
}
return DateInterval(start: resultStartDate, end: resultEndDate)
}
/// Returns `true` if `self` contains `date`.
public func contains(_ date: Date) -> Bool {
let timeIntervalForGivenDate = date.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let timeIntervalForSelfStart = start.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
let timeIntervalforSelfEnd = end.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
if (timeIntervalForGivenDate >= timeIntervalForSelfStart) && (timeIntervalForGivenDate <= timeIntervalforSelfEnd) {
return true
}
return false
}
public var hashValue: Int {
var buf: (UInt, UInt) = (UInt(start.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate), UInt(end.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate))
return withUnsafeMutablePointer(to: &buf) {
$0.withMemoryRebound(to: UInt8.self, capacity: 2 * MemoryLayout<UInt>.size / MemoryLayout<UInt8>.size) {
return Int(bitPattern: CFHashBytes($0, CFIndex(MemoryLayout<UInt>.size * 2)))
}
}
}
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
public static func ==(lhs: DateInterval, rhs: DateInterval) -> Bool {
return lhs.start == rhs.start && lhs.duration == rhs.duration
}
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
public static func <(lhs: DateInterval, rhs: DateInterval) -> Bool {
return lhs.compare(rhs) == .orderedAscending
}
}
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
extension DateInterval : CustomStringConvertible, CustomDebugStringConvertible, CustomReflectable {
public var description: String {
return "\(start) to \(end)"
}
public var debugDescription: String {
return description
}
public var customMirror: Mirror {
var c: [(label: String?, value: Any)] = []
c.append((label: "start", value: start))
c.append((label: "end", value: end))
c.append((label: "duration", value: duration))
return Mirror(self, children: c, displayStyle: Mirror.DisplayStyle.struct)
}
}
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
extension DateInterval : _ObjectiveCBridgeable {
public static func _getObjectiveCType() -> Any.Type {
return NSDateInterval.self
}
@_semantics("convertToObjectiveC")
public func _bridgeToObjectiveC() -> NSDateInterval {
return NSDateInterval(start: start, duration: duration)
}
public static func _forceBridgeFromObjectiveC(_ dateInterval: NSDateInterval, result: inout DateInterval?) {
if !_conditionallyBridgeFromObjectiveC(dateInterval, result: &result) {
fatalError("Unable to bridge \(_ObjectiveCType.self) to \(self)")
}
}
public static func _conditionallyBridgeFromObjectiveC(_ dateInterval : NSDateInterval, result: inout DateInterval?) -> Bool {
result = DateInterval(start: dateInterval.startDate, duration: dateInterval.duration)
return true
}
@_effects(readonly)
public static func _unconditionallyBridgeFromObjectiveC(_ source: NSDateInterval?) -> DateInterval {
var result: DateInterval?
_forceBridgeFromObjectiveC(source!, result: &result)
return result!
}
}
@available(macOS 10.12, iOS 10.0, watchOS 3.0, tvOS 10.0, *)
extension NSDateInterval : _HasCustomAnyHashableRepresentation {
// Must be @nonobjc to avoid infinite recursion during bridging.
@nonobjc
public func _toCustomAnyHashable() -> AnyHashable? {
return AnyHashable(self as DateInterval)
}
}