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// Copyright 2013 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package language
import (
"errors"
"strconv"
"strings"
"golang.org/x/text/internal/language"
)
// ValueError is returned by any of the parsing functions when the
// input is well-formed but the respective subtag is not recognized
// as a valid value.
type ValueError interface {
error
// Subtag returns the subtag for which the error occurred.
Subtag() string
}
// Parse parses the given BCP 47 string and returns a valid Tag. If parsing
// failed it returns an error and any part of the tag that could be parsed.
// If parsing succeeded but an unknown value was found, it returns
// ValueError. The Tag returned in this case is just stripped of the unknown
// value. All other values are preserved. It accepts tags in the BCP 47 format
// and extensions to this standard defined in
// https://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/#Unicode_Language_and_Locale_Identifiers.
// The resulting tag is canonicalized using the default canonicalization type.
func Parse(s string) (t Tag, err error) {
return Default.Parse(s)
}
// Parse parses the given BCP 47 string and returns a valid Tag. If parsing
// failed it returns an error and any part of the tag that could be parsed.
// If parsing succeeded but an unknown value was found, it returns
// ValueError. The Tag returned in this case is just stripped of the unknown
// value. All other values are preserved. It accepts tags in the BCP 47 format
// and extensions to this standard defined in
// https://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/#Unicode_Language_and_Locale_Identifiers.
// The resulting tag is canonicalized using the the canonicalization type c.
func (c CanonType) Parse(s string) (t Tag, err error) {
tt, err := language.Parse(s)
if err != nil {
return makeTag(tt), err
}
tt, changed := canonicalize(c, tt)
if changed {
tt.RemakeString()
}
return makeTag(tt), err
}
// Compose creates a Tag from individual parts, which may be of type Tag, Base,
// Script, Region, Variant, []Variant, Extension, []Extension or error. If a
// Base, Script or Region or slice of type Variant or Extension is passed more
// than once, the latter will overwrite the former. Variants and Extensions are
// accumulated, but if two extensions of the same type are passed, the latter
// will replace the former. For -u extensions, though, the key-type pairs are
// added, where later values overwrite older ones. A Tag overwrites all former
// values and typically only makes sense as the first argument. The resulting
// tag is returned after canonicalizing using the Default CanonType. If one or
// more errors are encountered, one of the errors is returned.
func Compose(part ...interface{}) (t Tag, err error) {
return Default.Compose(part...)
}
// Compose creates a Tag from individual parts, which may be of type Tag, Base,
// Script, Region, Variant, []Variant, Extension, []Extension or error. If a
// Base, Script or Region or slice of type Variant or Extension is passed more
// than once, the latter will overwrite the former. Variants and Extensions are
// accumulated, but if two extensions of the same type are passed, the latter
// will replace the former. For -u extensions, though, the key-type pairs are
// added, where later values overwrite older ones. A Tag overwrites all former
// values and typically only makes sense as the first argument. The resulting
// tag is returned after canonicalizing using CanonType c. If one or more errors
// are encountered, one of the errors is returned.
func (c CanonType) Compose(part ...interface{}) (t Tag, err error) {
var b language.Builder
if err = update(&b, part...); err != nil {
return und, err
}
b.Tag, _ = canonicalize(c, b.Tag)
return makeTag(b.Make()), err
}
var errInvalidArgument = errors.New("invalid Extension or Variant")
func update(b *language.Builder, part ...interface{}) (err error) {
for _, x := range part {
switch v := x.(type) {
case Tag:
b.SetTag(v.tag())
case Base:
b.Tag.LangID = v.langID
case Script:
b.Tag.ScriptID = v.scriptID
case Region:
b.Tag.RegionID = v.regionID
case Variant:
if v.variant == "" {
err = errInvalidArgument
break
}
b.AddVariant(v.variant)
case Extension:
if v.s == "" {
err = errInvalidArgument
break
}
b.SetExt(v.s)
case []Variant:
b.ClearVariants()
for _, v := range v {
b.AddVariant(v.variant)
}
case []Extension:
b.ClearExtensions()
for _, e := range v {
b.SetExt(e.s)
}
// TODO: support parsing of raw strings based on morphology or just extensions?
case error:
if v != nil {
err = v
}
}
}
return
}
var errInvalidWeight = errors.New("ParseAcceptLanguage: invalid weight")
// ParseAcceptLanguage parses the contents of an Accept-Language header as
// defined in http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2616.txt and returns a list of Tags and
// a list of corresponding quality weights. It is more permissive than RFC 2616
// and may return non-nil slices even if the input is not valid.
// The Tags will be sorted by highest weight first and then by first occurrence.
// Tags with a weight of zero will be dropped. An error will be returned if the
// input could not be parsed.
func ParseAcceptLanguage(s string) (tag []Tag, q []float32, err error) {
var entry string
for s != "" {
if entry, s = split(s, ','); entry == "" {
continue
}
entry, weight := split(entry, ';')
// Scan the language.
t, err := Parse(entry)
if err != nil {
id, ok := acceptFallback[entry]
if !ok {
return nil, nil, err
}
t = makeTag(language.Tag{LangID: id})
}
// Scan the optional weight.
w := 1.0
if weight != "" {
weight = consume(weight, 'q')
weight = consume(weight, '=')
// consume returns the empty string when a token could not be
// consumed, resulting in an error for ParseFloat.
if w, err = strconv.ParseFloat(weight, 32); err != nil {
return nil, nil, errInvalidWeight
}
// Drop tags with a quality weight of 0.
if w <= 0 {
continue
}
}
tag = append(tag, t)
q = append(q, float32(w))
}
sortStable(&tagSort{tag, q})
return tag, q, nil
}
// consume removes a leading token c from s and returns the result or the empty
// string if there is no such token.
func consume(s string, c byte) string {
if s == "" || s[0] != c {
return ""
}
return strings.TrimSpace(s[1:])
}
func split(s string, c byte) (head, tail string) {
if i := strings.IndexByte(s, c); i >= 0 {
return strings.TrimSpace(s[:i]), strings.TrimSpace(s[i+1:])
}
return strings.TrimSpace(s), ""
}
// Add hack mapping to deal with a small number of cases that that occur
// in Accept-Language (with reasonable frequency).
var acceptFallback = map[string]language.Language{
"english": _en,
"deutsch": _de,
"italian": _it,
"french": _fr,
"*": _mul, // defined in the spec to match all languages.
}
type tagSort struct {
tag []Tag
q []float32
}
func (s *tagSort) Len() int {
return len(s.q)
}
func (s *tagSort) Less(i, j int) bool {
return s.q[i] > s.q[j]
}
func (s *tagSort) Swap(i, j int) {
s.tag[i], s.tag[j] = s.tag[j], s.tag[i]
s.q[i], s.q[j] = s.q[j], s.q[i]
}