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// Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format
// Copyright 2008 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
// http://code.google.com/p/protobuf/
//
// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
// met:
//
// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
// distribution.
// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
// this software without specific prior written permission.
//
// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
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// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
// from google3/strings/strutil.h
#ifndef GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_STUBS_STRUTIL_H__
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_STUBS_STRUTIL_H__
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <vector>
#include <google/protobuf/stubs/common.h>
namespace google {
namespace protobuf {
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#define strtoll _strtoi64
#define strtoull _strtoui64
#elif defined(__DECCXX) && defined(__osf__)
// HP C++ on Tru64 does not have strtoll, but strtol is already 64-bit.
#define strtoll strtol
#define strtoull strtoul
#endif
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// ascii_isalnum()
// Check if an ASCII character is alphanumeric. We can't use ctype's
// isalnum() because it is affected by locale. This function is applied
// to identifiers in the protocol buffer language, not to natural-language
// strings, so locale should not be taken into account.
// ascii_isdigit()
// Like above, but only accepts digits.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
inline bool ascii_isalnum(char c) {
return ('a' <= c && c <= 'z') ||
('A' <= c && c <= 'Z') ||
('0' <= c && c <= '9');
}
inline bool ascii_isdigit(char c) {
return ('0' <= c && c <= '9');
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// HasPrefixString()
// Check if a string begins with a given prefix.
// StripPrefixString()
// Given a string and a putative prefix, returns the string minus the
// prefix string if the prefix matches, otherwise the original
// string.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
inline bool HasPrefixString(const string& str,
const string& prefix) {
return str.size() >= prefix.size() &&
str.compare(0, prefix.size(), prefix) == 0;
}
inline string StripPrefixString(const string& str, const string& prefix) {
if (HasPrefixString(str, prefix)) {
return str.substr(prefix.size());
} else {
return str;
}
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// HasSuffixString()
// Return true if str ends in suffix.
// StripSuffixString()
// Given a string and a putative suffix, returns the string minus the
// suffix string if the suffix matches, otherwise the original
// string.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
inline bool HasSuffixString(const string& str,
const string& suffix) {
return str.size() >= suffix.size() &&
str.compare(str.size() - suffix.size(), suffix.size(), suffix) == 0;
}
inline string StripSuffixString(const string& str, const string& suffix) {
if (HasSuffixString(str, suffix)) {
return str.substr(0, str.size() - suffix.size());
} else {
return str;
}
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// StripString
// Replaces any occurrence of the character 'remove' (or the characters
// in 'remove') with the character 'replacewith'.
// Good for keeping html characters or protocol characters (\t) out
// of places where they might cause a problem.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT void StripString(string* s, const char* remove,
char replacewith);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// LowerString()
// UpperString()
// Convert the characters in "s" to lowercase or uppercase. ASCII-only:
// these functions intentionally ignore locale because they are applied to
// identifiers used in the Protocol Buffer language, not to natural-language
// strings.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
inline void LowerString(string * s) {
string::iterator end = s->end();
for (string::iterator i = s->begin(); i != end; ++i) {
// tolower() changes based on locale. We don't want this!
if ('A' <= *i && *i <= 'Z') *i += 'a' - 'A';
}
}
inline void UpperString(string * s) {
string::iterator end = s->end();
for (string::iterator i = s->begin(); i != end; ++i) {
// toupper() changes based on locale. We don't want this!
if ('a' <= *i && *i <= 'z') *i += 'A' - 'a';
}
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// StringReplace()
// Give me a string and two patterns "old" and "new", and I replace
// the first instance of "old" in the string with "new", if it
// exists. RETURN a new string, regardless of whether the replacement
// happened or not.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string StringReplace(const string& s, const string& oldsub,
const string& newsub, bool replace_all);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// SplitStringUsing()
// Split a string using a character delimiter. Append the components
// to 'result'. If there are consecutive delimiters, this function skips
// over all of them.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT void SplitStringUsing(const string& full, const char* delim,
vector<string>* res);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// JoinStrings()
// These methods concatenate a vector of strings into a C++ string, using
// the C-string "delim" as a separator between components. There are two
// flavors of the function, one flavor returns the concatenated string,
// another takes a pointer to the target string. In the latter case the
// target string is cleared and overwritten.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT void JoinStrings(const vector<string>& components,
const char* delim, string* result);
inline string JoinStrings(const vector<string>& components,
const char* delim) {
string result;
JoinStrings(components, delim, &result);
return result;
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// UnescapeCEscapeSequences()
// Copies "source" to "dest", rewriting C-style escape sequences
// -- '\n', '\r', '\\', '\ooo', etc -- to their ASCII
// equivalents. "dest" must be sufficiently large to hold all
// the characters in the rewritten string (i.e. at least as large
// as strlen(source) + 1 should be safe, since the replacements
// are always shorter than the original escaped sequences). It's
// safe for source and dest to be the same. RETURNS the length
// of dest.
//
// It allows hex sequences \xhh, or generally \xhhhhh with an
// arbitrary number of hex digits, but all of them together must
// specify a value of a single byte (e.g. \x0045 is equivalent
// to \x45, and \x1234 is erroneous).
//
// It also allows escape sequences of the form \uhhhh (exactly four
// hex digits, upper or lower case) or \Uhhhhhhhh (exactly eight
// hex digits, upper or lower case) to specify a Unicode code
// point. The dest array will contain the UTF8-encoded version of
// that code-point (e.g., if source contains \u2019, then dest will
// contain the three bytes 0xE2, 0x80, and 0x99). For the inverse
// transformation, use UniLib::UTF8EscapeString
// (util/utf8/unilib.h), not CEscapeString.
//
// Errors: In the first form of the call, errors are reported with
// LOG(ERROR). The same is true for the second form of the call if
// the pointer to the string vector is NULL; otherwise, error
// messages are stored in the vector. In either case, the effect on
// the dest array is not defined, but rest of the source will be
// processed.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int UnescapeCEscapeSequences(const char* source, char* dest);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int UnescapeCEscapeSequences(const char* source, char* dest,
vector<string> *errors);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// UnescapeCEscapeString()
// This does the same thing as UnescapeCEscapeSequences, but creates
// a new string. The caller does not need to worry about allocating
// a dest buffer. This should be used for non performance critical
// tasks such as printing debug messages. It is safe for src and dest
// to be the same.
//
// The second call stores its errors in a supplied string vector.
// If the string vector pointer is NULL, it reports the errors with LOG().
//
// In the first and second calls, the length of dest is returned. In the
// the third call, the new string is returned.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int UnescapeCEscapeString(const string& src, string* dest);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int UnescapeCEscapeString(const string& src, string* dest,
vector<string> *errors);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string UnescapeCEscapeString(const string& src);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// CEscapeString()
// Copies 'src' to 'dest', escaping dangerous characters using
// C-style escape sequences. This is very useful for preparing query
// flags. 'src' and 'dest' should not overlap.
// Returns the number of bytes written to 'dest' (not including the \0)
// or -1 if there was insufficient space.
//
// Currently only \n, \r, \t, ", ', \ and !isprint() chars are escaped.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int CEscapeString(const char* src, int src_len,
char* dest, int dest_len);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// CEscape()
// More convenient form of CEscapeString: returns result as a "string".
// This version is slower than CEscapeString() because it does more
// allocation. However, it is much more convenient to use in
// non-speed-critical code like logging messages etc.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string CEscape(const string& src);
namespace strings {
// Like CEscape() but does not escape bytes with the upper bit set.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string Utf8SafeCEscape(const string& src);
// Like CEscape() but uses hex (\x) escapes instead of octals.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string CHexEscape(const string& src);
} // namespace strings
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// strto32()
// strtou32()
// strto64()
// strtou64()
// Architecture-neutral plug compatible replacements for strtol() and
// strtoul(). Long's have different lengths on ILP-32 and LP-64
// platforms, so using these is safer, from the point of view of
// overflow behavior, than using the standard libc functions.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT int32 strto32_adaptor(const char *nptr, char **endptr,
int base);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT uint32 strtou32_adaptor(const char *nptr, char **endptr,
int base);
inline int32 strto32(const char *nptr, char **endptr, int base) {
if (sizeof(int32) == sizeof(long))
return strtol(nptr, endptr, base);
else
return strto32_adaptor(nptr, endptr, base);
}
inline uint32 strtou32(const char *nptr, char **endptr, int base) {
if (sizeof(uint32) == sizeof(unsigned long))
return strtoul(nptr, endptr, base);
else
return strtou32_adaptor(nptr, endptr, base);
}
// For now, long long is 64-bit on all the platforms we care about, so these
// functions can simply pass the call to strto[u]ll.
inline int64 strto64(const char *nptr, char **endptr, int base) {
GOOGLE_COMPILE_ASSERT(sizeof(int64) == sizeof(long long),
sizeof_int64_is_not_sizeof_long_long);
return strtoll(nptr, endptr, base);
}
inline uint64 strtou64(const char *nptr, char **endptr, int base) {
GOOGLE_COMPILE_ASSERT(sizeof(uint64) == sizeof(unsigned long long),
sizeof_uint64_is_not_sizeof_long_long);
return strtoull(nptr, endptr, base);
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// FastIntToBuffer()
// FastHexToBuffer()
// FastHex64ToBuffer()
// FastHex32ToBuffer()
// FastTimeToBuffer()
// These are intended for speed. FastIntToBuffer() assumes the
// integer is non-negative. FastHexToBuffer() puts output in
// hex rather than decimal. FastTimeToBuffer() puts the output
// into RFC822 format.
//
// FastHex64ToBuffer() puts a 64-bit unsigned value in hex-format,
// padded to exactly 16 bytes (plus one byte for '\0')
//
// FastHex32ToBuffer() puts a 32-bit unsigned value in hex-format,
// padded to exactly 8 bytes (plus one byte for '\0')
//
// All functions take the output buffer as an arg.
// They all return a pointer to the beginning of the output,
// which may not be the beginning of the input buffer.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// Suggested buffer size for FastToBuffer functions. Also works with
// DoubleToBuffer() and FloatToBuffer().
static const int kFastToBufferSize = 32;
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastInt32ToBuffer(int32 i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastInt64ToBuffer(int64 i, char* buffer);
char* FastUInt32ToBuffer(uint32 i, char* buffer); // inline below
char* FastUInt64ToBuffer(uint64 i, char* buffer); // inline below
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastHexToBuffer(int i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastHex64ToBuffer(uint64 i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastHex32ToBuffer(uint32 i, char* buffer);
// at least 22 bytes long
inline char* FastIntToBuffer(int i, char* buffer) {
return (sizeof(i) == 4 ?
FastInt32ToBuffer(i, buffer) : FastInt64ToBuffer(i, buffer));
}
inline char* FastUIntToBuffer(unsigned int i, char* buffer) {
return (sizeof(i) == 4 ?
FastUInt32ToBuffer(i, buffer) : FastUInt64ToBuffer(i, buffer));
}
inline char* FastLongToBuffer(long i, char* buffer) {
return (sizeof(i) == 4 ?
FastInt32ToBuffer(i, buffer) : FastInt64ToBuffer(i, buffer));
}
inline char* FastULongToBuffer(unsigned long i, char* buffer) {
return (sizeof(i) == 4 ?
FastUInt32ToBuffer(i, buffer) : FastUInt64ToBuffer(i, buffer));
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// FastInt32ToBufferLeft()
// FastUInt32ToBufferLeft()
// FastInt64ToBufferLeft()
// FastUInt64ToBufferLeft()
//
// Like the Fast*ToBuffer() functions above, these are intended for speed.
// Unlike the Fast*ToBuffer() functions, however, these functions write
// their output to the beginning of the buffer (hence the name, as the
// output is left-aligned). The caller is responsible for ensuring that
// the buffer has enough space to hold the output.
//
// Returns a pointer to the end of the string (i.e. the null character
// terminating the string).
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastInt32ToBufferLeft(int32 i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastUInt32ToBufferLeft(uint32 i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastInt64ToBufferLeft(int64 i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FastUInt64ToBufferLeft(uint64 i, char* buffer);
// Just define these in terms of the above.
inline char* FastUInt32ToBuffer(uint32 i, char* buffer) {
FastUInt32ToBufferLeft(i, buffer);
return buffer;
}
inline char* FastUInt64ToBuffer(uint64 i, char* buffer) {
FastUInt64ToBufferLeft(i, buffer);
return buffer;
}
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// SimpleItoa()
// Description: converts an integer to a string.
//
// Return value: string
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(int i);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(unsigned int i);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(long i);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(unsigned long i);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(long long i);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleItoa(unsigned long long i);
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// SimpleDtoa()
// SimpleFtoa()
// DoubleToBuffer()
// FloatToBuffer()
// Description: converts a double or float to a string which, if
// passed to NoLocaleStrtod(), will produce the exact same original double
// (except in case of NaN; all NaNs are considered the same value).
// We try to keep the string short but it's not guaranteed to be as
// short as possible.
//
// DoubleToBuffer() and FloatToBuffer() write the text to the given
// buffer and return it. The buffer must be at least
// kDoubleToBufferSize bytes for doubles and kFloatToBufferSize
// bytes for floats. kFastToBufferSize is also guaranteed to be large
// enough to hold either.
//
// Return value: string
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleDtoa(double value);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT string SimpleFtoa(float value);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* DoubleToBuffer(double i, char* buffer);
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT char* FloatToBuffer(float i, char* buffer);
// In practice, doubles should never need more than 24 bytes and floats
// should never need more than 14 (including null terminators), but we
// overestimate to be safe.
static const int kDoubleToBufferSize = 32;
static const int kFloatToBufferSize = 24;
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
// NoLocaleStrtod()
// Exactly like strtod(), except it always behaves as if in the "C"
// locale (i.e. decimal points must be '.'s).
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT double NoLocaleStrtod(const char* text, char** endptr);
} // namespace protobuf
} // namespace google
#endif // GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_STUBS_STRUTIL_H__
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