view modules/javafx.web/src/main/native/Source/ThirdParty/icu/source/i18n/dangical.cpp @ 10550:fee4ef5c87df

8178360: Build and integrate ICU from source Reviewed-by: kcr, arajkumar
author ghb
date Tue, 04 Jul 2017 09:09:49 +0530
parents
children 20a8447c71c6
line wrap: on
line source
/*
 ******************************************************************************
 * Copyright (C) 2013, International Business Machines Corporation
 * and others. All Rights Reserved.
 ******************************************************************************
 *
 * File DANGICAL.CPP
 *****************************************************************************
 */

#include "chnsecal.h"
#include "dangical.h"

#if !UCONFIG_NO_FORMATTING

#include "umutex.h"
#include "gregoimp.h" // Math
#include "unicode/rbtz.h"
#include "unicode/tzrule.h"
#include "ucln_in.h"

// --- The cache --
static UMutex dangiLock = U_MUTEX_INITIALIZER;
static icu::TimeZone *gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc = NULL;
static UBool gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalcInitialized = FALSE;

/**
 * The start year of the Korean traditional calendar (Dan-gi) is the inaugural
 * year of Dan-gun (BC 2333).
 */
static const int32_t DANGI_EPOCH_YEAR = -2332; // Gregorian year

U_CDECL_BEGIN
static UBool calendar_dangi_cleanup(void) {
    if (gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc) {
        delete gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc;
        gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc = NULL;
    }
    gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalcInitialized = FALSE;
    return TRUE;
}
U_CDECL_END

U_NAMESPACE_BEGIN

// Implementation of the DangiCalendar class

//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Constructors...
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------

DangiCalendar::DangiCalendar(const Locale& aLocale, UErrorCode& success)
:   ChineseCalendar(aLocale, DANGI_EPOCH_YEAR, getDangiCalZoneAstroCalc(), success)
{
}

DangiCalendar::DangiCalendar (const DangiCalendar& other)
: ChineseCalendar(other)
{
}

DangiCalendar::~DangiCalendar()
{
}

Calendar*
DangiCalendar::clone() const
{
    return new DangiCalendar(*this);
}

const char *DangiCalendar::getType() const {
    return "dangi";
}

/**
 * The time zone used for performing astronomical computations for
 * Dangi calendar. In Korea various timezones have been used historically
 * (cf. http://www.math.snu.ac.kr/~kye/others/lunar.html):
 *
 *            - 1908/04/01: GMT+8
 * 1908/04/01 - 1911/12/31: GMT+8.5
 * 1912/01/01 - 1954/03/20: GMT+9
 * 1954/03/21 - 1961/08/09: GMT+8.5
 * 1961/08/10 -           : GMT+9
 *
 * Note that, in 1908-1911, the government did not apply the timezone change
 * but used GMT+8. In addition, 1954-1961's timezone change does not affect
 * the lunar date calculation. Therefore, the following simpler rule works:
 *
 * -1911: GMT+8
 * 1912-: GMT+9
 *
 * Unfortunately, our astronomer's approximation doesn't agree with the
 * references (http://www.math.snu.ac.kr/~kye/others/lunar.html and
 * http://astro.kasi.re.kr/Life/ConvertSolarLunarForm.aspx?MenuID=115)
 * in 1897/7/30. So the following ad hoc fix is used here:
 *
 *     -1896: GMT+8
 *      1897: GMT+7
 * 1898-1911: GMT+8
 * 1912-    : GMT+9
 */
const TimeZone* DangiCalendar::getDangiCalZoneAstroCalc(void) const {
    UBool initialized;
    UMTX_CHECK(&dangiLock, gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalcInitialized, initialized);
    if (!initialized) {
        umtx_lock(&dangiLock);
        {
            if (!gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalcInitialized) {
                const UDate millis1897[] = { (UDate)((1897 - 1970) * 365 * kOneDay) }; // some days of error is not a problem here
                const UDate millis1898[] = { (UDate)((1898 - 1970) * 365 * kOneDay) }; // some days of error is not a problem here
                const UDate millis1912[] = { (UDate)((1912 - 1970) * 365 * kOneDay) }; // this doesn't create an issue for 1911/12/20
                InitialTimeZoneRule* initialTimeZone = new InitialTimeZoneRule(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("GMT+8"), 8*kOneHour, 0);
                TimeZoneRule* rule1897 = new TimeArrayTimeZoneRule(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("Korean 1897"), 7*kOneHour, 0, millis1897, 1, DateTimeRule::STANDARD_TIME);
                TimeZoneRule* rule1898to1911 = new TimeArrayTimeZoneRule(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("Korean 1898-1911"), 8*kOneHour, 0, millis1898, 1, DateTimeRule::STANDARD_TIME);
                TimeZoneRule* ruleFrom1912 = new TimeArrayTimeZoneRule(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("Korean 1912-"), 9*kOneHour, 0, millis1912, 1, DateTimeRule::STANDARD_TIME);
                UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
                RuleBasedTimeZone* dangiCalZoneAstroCalc = new RuleBasedTimeZone(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("KOREA_ZONE"), initialTimeZone); // adopts initialTimeZone
                dangiCalZoneAstroCalc->addTransitionRule(rule1897, status); // adopts rule1897
                dangiCalZoneAstroCalc->addTransitionRule(rule1898to1911, status);
                dangiCalZoneAstroCalc->addTransitionRule(ruleFrom1912, status);
                dangiCalZoneAstroCalc->complete(status);
                if (U_SUCCESS(status)) {
                    gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc = dangiCalZoneAstroCalc;
                } else {
                    delete dangiCalZoneAstroCalc;
                    gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc = NULL;
                }
                gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalcInitialized = TRUE;
                ucln_i18n_registerCleanup(UCLN_I18N_DANGI_CALENDAR, calendar_dangi_cleanup);
            }
        }
        umtx_unlock(&dangiLock);
    }
    return gDangiCalendarZoneAstroCalc;
}

UOBJECT_DEFINE_RTTI_IMPLEMENTATION(DangiCalendar)

U_NAMESPACE_END

#endif