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8178360: Build and integrate ICU from source Reviewed-by: kcr, arajkumar
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date Tue, 04 Jul 2017 09:09:49 +0530
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+/*
+**********************************************************************
+*   Copyright (C) 1997-2011, International Business Machines
+*   Corporation and others.  All Rights Reserved.
+**********************************************************************
+*
+* File resbund.cpp
+*
+* Modification History:
+*
+*   Date        Name        Description
+*   02/05/97    aliu        Fixed bug in chopLocale.  Added scanForLocaleInFile
+*                           based on code taken from scanForLocale.  Added
+*                           constructor which attempts to read resource bundle
+*                           from a specific file, without searching other files.
+*   02/11/97    aliu        Added UErrorCode return values to constructors. Fixed
+*                           infinite loops in scanForFile and scanForLocale.
+*                           Modified getRawResourceData to not delete storage in
+*                           localeData and resourceData which it doesn't own.
+*                           Added Mac compatibility #ifdefs for tellp() and
+*                           ios::nocreate.
+*   03/04/97    aliu        Modified to use ExpandingDataSink objects instead of
+*                           the highly inefficient ostrstream objects.
+*   03/13/97    aliu        Rewrote to load in entire resource bundle and store
+*                           it as a Hashtable of ResourceBundleData objects.
+*                           Added state table to govern parsing of files.
+*                           Modified to load locale index out of new file distinct
+*                           from default.txt.
+*   03/25/97    aliu        Modified to support 2-d arrays, needed for timezone data.
+*                           Added support for custom file suffixes.  Again, needed
+*                           to support timezone data.  Improved error handling to
+*                           detect duplicate tags and subtags.
+*   04/07/97    aliu        Fixed bug in getHashtableForLocale().  Fixed handling
+*                           of failing UErrorCode values on entry to API methods.
+*                           Fixed bugs in getArrayItem() for negative indices.
+*   04/29/97    aliu        Update to use new Hashtable deletion protocol.
+*   05/06/97    aliu        Flattened kTransitionTable for HP compiler.
+*                           Fixed usage of CharString.
+* 06/11/99      stephen     Removed parsing of .txt files.
+*                           Reworked to use new binary format.
+*                           Cleaned up.
+* 06/14/99      stephen     Removed methods taking a filename suffix.
+* 06/22/99      stephen     Added missing T_FileStream_close in parse()
+* 11/09/99      weiv        Added getLocale(), rewritten constructForLocale()
+* March 2000    weiv        complete overhaul.
+******************************************************************************
+*/
+
+#include "unicode/utypes.h"
+#include "unicode/resbund.h"
+#include "umutex.h"
+
+#include "uresimp.h"
+
+U_NAMESPACE_BEGIN
+
+/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ * Implementation Notes
+ *
+ * Resource bundles are read in once, and thereafter cached.
+ * ResourceBundle statically keeps track of which files have been
+ * read, so we are guaranteed that each file is read at most once.
+ * Resource bundles can be loaded from different data directories and
+ * will be treated as distinct, even if they are for the same locale.
+ *
+ * Resource bundles are lightweight objects, which have pointers to
+ * one or more shared Hashtable objects containing all the data.
+ * Copying would be cheap, but there is no copy constructor, since
+ * there wasn't one in the original API.
+ *
+ * The ResourceBundle parsing mechanism is implemented as a transition
+ * network, for easy maintenance and modification.  The network is
+ * implemented as a matrix (instead of in code) to make this even
+ * easier.  The matrix contains Transition objects.  Each Transition
+ * object describes a destination node and an action to take before
+ * moving to the destination node.  The source node is encoded by the
+ * index of the object in the array that contains it.  The pieces
+ * needed to understand the transition network are the enums for node
+ * IDs and actions, the parse() method, which walks through the
+ * network and implements the actions, and the network itself.  The
+ * network guarantees certain conditions, for example, that a new
+ * resource will not be closed until one has been opened first; or
+ * that data will not be stored into a TaggedList until a TaggedList
+ * has been created.  Nonetheless, the code in parse() does some
+ * consistency checks as it runs the network, and fails with an
+ * U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR if one of these checks fails.  If the input
+ * data has a bad format, an U_INVALID_FORMAT_ERROR is returned.  If you
+ * see an U_INTERNAL_PROGRAM_ERROR the transition matrix has a bug in
+ * it.
+ *
+ * Old functionality of multiple locales in a single file is still
+ * supported.  For this reason, LOCALE names override FILE names.  If
+ * data for en_US is located in the en.txt file, once it is loaded,
+ * the code will not care where it came from (other than remembering
+ * which directory it came from).  However, if there is an en_US
+ * resource in en_US.txt, that will take precedence.  There is no
+ * limit to the number or type of resources that can be stored in a
+ * file, however, files are only searched in a specific way.  If
+ * en_US_CA is requested, then first en_US_CA.txt is searched, then
+ * en_US.txt, then en.txt, then default.txt.  So it only makes sense
+ * to put certain locales in certain files.  In this example, it would
+ * be logical to put en_US_CA, en_US, and en into the en.txt file,
+ * since they would be found there if asked for.  The extreme example
+ * is to place all locale resources into default.txt, which should
+ * also work.
+ *
+ * Inheritance is implemented.  For example, xx_YY_zz inherits as
+ * follows: xx_YY_zz, xx_YY, xx, default.  Inheritance is implemented
+ * as an array of hashtables.  There will be from 1 to 4 hashtables in
+ * the array.
+ *
+ * Fallback files are implemented.  The fallback pattern is Language
+ * Country Variant (LCV) -> LC -> L.  Fallback is first done for the
+ * requested locale.  Then it is done for the default locale, as
+ * returned by Locale::getDefault().  Then the special file
+ * default.txt is searched for the default locale.  The overall FILE
+ * fallback path is LCV -> LC -> L -> dLCV -> dLC -> dL -> default.
+ *
+ * Note that although file name searching includes the default locale,
+ * once a ResourceBundle object is constructed, the inheritance path
+ * no longer includes the default locale.  The path is LCV -> LC -> L
+ * -> default.
+ *
+ * File parsing is lazy.  Nothing is parsed unless it is called for by
+ * someone.  So when a ResourceBundle for xx_YY_zz is constructed,
+ * only that locale is parsed (along with anything else in the same
+ * file).  Later, if the FooBar tag is asked for, and if it isn't
+ * found in xx_YY_zz, then xx_YY.txt will be parsed and checked, and
+ * so forth, until the chain is exhausted or the tag is found.
+ *
+ * Thread-safety is implemented around caches, both the cache that
+ * stores all the resouce data, and the cache that stores flags
+ * indicating whether or not a file has been visited.  These caches
+ * delete their storage at static cleanup time, when the process
+ * quits.
+ *
+ * ResourceBundle supports TableCollation as a special case.  This
+ * involves having special ResourceBundle objects which DO own their
+ * data, since we don't want large collation rule strings in the
+ * ResourceBundle cache (these are already cached in the
+ * TableCollation cache).  TableCollation files (.ctx files) have the
+ * same format as normal resource data files, with a different
+ * interpretation, from the standpoint of ResourceBundle.  .ctx files
+ * are loaded into otherwise ordinary ResourceBundle objects.  They
+ * don't inherit (that's implemented by TableCollation) and they own
+ * their data (as mentioned above).  However, they still support
+ * possible multiple locales in a single .ctx file.  (This is in
+ * practice a bad idea, since you only want the one locale you're
+ * looking for, and only one tag will be present
+ * ("CollationElements"), so you don't need an inheritance chain of
+ * multiple locales.)  Up to 4 locale resources will be loaded from a
+ * .ctx file; everything after the first 4 is ignored (parsed and
+ * deleted).  (Normal .txt files have no limit.)  Instead of being
+ * loaded into the cache, and then looked up as needed, the locale
+ * resources are read straight into the ResourceBundle object.
+ *
+ * The Index, which used to reside in default.txt, has been moved to a
+ * new file, index.txt.  This file contains a slightly modified format
+ * with the addition of the "InstalledLocales" tag; it looks like:
+ *
+ * Index {
+ *   InstalledLocales {
+ *     ar
+ *     ..
+ *     zh_TW
+ *   }
+ * }
+ */
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+UOBJECT_DEFINE_RTTI_IMPLEMENTATION(ResourceBundle)
+
+ResourceBundle::ResourceBundle(UErrorCode &err)
+                                :UObject(), fLocale(NULL)
+{
+    fResource = ures_open(0, Locale::getDefault().getName(), &err);
+}
+
+ResourceBundle::ResourceBundle(const ResourceBundle &other)
+                              :UObject(other), fLocale(NULL)
+{
+    UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
+
+    if (other.fResource) {
+        fResource = ures_copyResb(0, other.fResource, &status);
+    } else {
+        /* Copying a bad resource bundle */
+        fResource = NULL;
+    }
+}
+
+ResourceBundle::ResourceBundle(UResourceBundle *res, UErrorCode& err)
+                               :UObject(), fLocale(NULL)
+{
+    if (res) {
+        fResource = ures_copyResb(0, res, &err);
+    } else {
+        /* Copying a bad resource bundle */
+        fResource = NULL;
+    }
+}
+
+ResourceBundle::ResourceBundle(const char* path, const Locale& locale, UErrorCode& err)
+                               :UObject(), fLocale(NULL)
+{
+    fResource = ures_open(path, locale.getName(), &err);
+}
+
+
+ResourceBundle& ResourceBundle::operator=(const ResourceBundle& other)
+{
+    if(this == &other) {
+        return *this;
+    }
+    if(fResource != 0) {
+        ures_close(fResource);
+        fResource = NULL;
+    }
+    UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
+    if (other.fResource) {
+        fResource = ures_copyResb(0, other.fResource, &status);
+    } else {
+        /* Copying a bad resource bundle */
+        fResource = NULL;
+    }
+    return *this;
+}
+
+ResourceBundle::~ResourceBundle()
+{
+    if(fResource != 0) {
+        ures_close(fResource);
+    }
+    if(fLocale != NULL) {
+      delete(fLocale);
+    }
+}
+
+ResourceBundle *
+ResourceBundle::clone() const {
+    return new ResourceBundle(*this);
+}
+
+UnicodeString ResourceBundle::getString(UErrorCode& status) const {
+    int32_t len = 0;
+    const UChar *r = ures_getString(fResource, &len, &status);
+    return UnicodeString(TRUE, r, len);
+}
+
+const uint8_t *ResourceBundle::getBinary(int32_t& len, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    return ures_getBinary(fResource, &len, &status);
+}
+
+const int32_t *ResourceBundle::getIntVector(int32_t& len, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    return ures_getIntVector(fResource, &len, &status);
+}
+
+uint32_t ResourceBundle::getUInt(UErrorCode& status) const {
+    return ures_getUInt(fResource, &status);
+}
+
+int32_t ResourceBundle::getInt(UErrorCode& status) const {
+    return ures_getInt(fResource, &status);
+}
+
+const char *ResourceBundle::getName(void) const {
+    return ures_getName(fResource);
+}
+
+const char *ResourceBundle::getKey(void) const {
+    return ures_getKey(fResource);
+}
+
+UResType ResourceBundle::getType(void) const {
+    return ures_getType(fResource);
+}
+
+int32_t ResourceBundle::getSize(void) const {
+    return ures_getSize(fResource);
+}
+
+UBool ResourceBundle::hasNext(void) const {
+    return ures_hasNext(fResource);
+}
+
+void ResourceBundle::resetIterator(void) {
+    ures_resetIterator(fResource);
+}
+
+ResourceBundle ResourceBundle::getNext(UErrorCode& status) {
+    UResourceBundle r;
+
+    ures_initStackObject(&r);
+    ures_getNextResource(fResource, &r, &status);
+    ResourceBundle res(&r, status);
+    if (U_SUCCESS(status)) {
+        ures_close(&r);
+    }
+    return res;
+}
+
+UnicodeString ResourceBundle::getNextString(UErrorCode& status) {
+    int32_t len = 0;
+    const UChar* r = ures_getNextString(fResource, &len, 0, &status);
+    return UnicodeString(TRUE, r, len);
+}
+
+UnicodeString ResourceBundle::getNextString(const char ** key, UErrorCode& status) {
+    int32_t len = 0;
+    const UChar* r = ures_getNextString(fResource, &len, key, &status);
+    return UnicodeString(TRUE, r, len);
+}
+
+ResourceBundle ResourceBundle::get(int32_t indexR, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    UResourceBundle r;
+
+    ures_initStackObject(&r);
+    ures_getByIndex(fResource, indexR, &r, &status);
+    ResourceBundle res(&r, status);
+    if (U_SUCCESS(status)) {
+        ures_close(&r);
+    }
+    return res;
+}
+
+UnicodeString ResourceBundle::getStringEx(int32_t indexS, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    int32_t len = 0;
+    const UChar* r = ures_getStringByIndex(fResource, indexS, &len, &status);
+    return UnicodeString(TRUE, r, len);
+}
+
+ResourceBundle ResourceBundle::get(const char* key, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    UResourceBundle r;
+
+    ures_initStackObject(&r);
+    ures_getByKey(fResource, key, &r, &status);
+    ResourceBundle res(&r, status);
+    if (U_SUCCESS(status)) {
+        ures_close(&r);
+    }
+    return res;
+}
+
+ResourceBundle ResourceBundle::getWithFallback(const char* key, UErrorCode& status){
+    UResourceBundle r;
+    ures_initStackObject(&r);
+    ures_getByKeyWithFallback(fResource, key, &r, &status);
+    ResourceBundle res(&r, status);
+    if(U_SUCCESS(status)){
+        ures_close(&r);
+    }
+    return res;
+}
+UnicodeString ResourceBundle::getStringEx(const char* key, UErrorCode& status) const {
+    int32_t len = 0;
+    const UChar* r = ures_getStringByKey(fResource, key, &len, &status);
+    return UnicodeString(TRUE, r, len);
+}
+
+const char*
+ResourceBundle::getVersionNumber()  const
+{
+    return ures_getVersionNumberInternal(fResource);
+}
+
+void ResourceBundle::getVersion(UVersionInfo versionInfo) const {
+    ures_getVersion(fResource, versionInfo);
+}
+
+const Locale &ResourceBundle::getLocale(void) const
+{
+    UBool needInit;
+    UMTX_CHECK(NULL, (fLocale == NULL), needInit);
+    if(needInit) {
+        UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
+        const char *localeName = ures_getLocaleInternal(fResource, &status);
+        Locale  *tLocale = new Locale(localeName);
+        // Null pointer check
+        if (tLocale == NULL) {
+            return Locale::getDefault(); // Return default locale if one could not be created.
+        }
+        umtx_lock(NULL);
+        ResourceBundle *me = (ResourceBundle *)this; // semantically const
+        if (me->fLocale == NULL) {
+            me->fLocale = tLocale;
+            tLocale = NULL;
+        }
+        umtx_unlock(NULL);
+        delete tLocale;
+    }
+    return *fLocale;
+}
+
+const Locale ResourceBundle::getLocale(ULocDataLocaleType type, UErrorCode &status) const
+{
+  return ures_getLocaleByType(fResource, type, &status);
+}
+
+//eof
+U_NAMESPACE_END