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       1             : /*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
       2             :  *
       3             :  * pg_wchar.h
       4             :  *    multibyte-character support
       5             :  *
       6             :  * Portions Copyright (c) 1996-2020, PostgreSQL Global Development Group
       7             :  * Portions Copyright (c) 1994, Regents of the University of California
       8             :  *
       9             :  * src/include/mb/pg_wchar.h
      10             :  *
      11             :  *  NOTES
      12             :  *      This is used both by the backend and by frontends, but should not be
      13             :  *      included by libpq client programs.  In particular, a libpq client
      14             :  *      should not assume that the encoding IDs used by the version of libpq
      15             :  *      it's linked to match up with the IDs declared here.
      16             :  *
      17             :  *-------------------------------------------------------------------------
      18             :  */
      19             : #ifndef PG_WCHAR_H
      20             : #define PG_WCHAR_H
      21             : 
      22             : /*
      23             :  * The pg_wchar type
      24             :  */
      25             : typedef unsigned int pg_wchar;
      26             : 
      27             : /*
      28             :  * Maximum byte length of multibyte characters in any backend encoding
      29             :  */
      30             : #define MAX_MULTIBYTE_CHAR_LEN  4
      31             : 
      32             : /*
      33             :  * various definitions for EUC
      34             :  */
      35             : #define SS2 0x8e                /* single shift 2 (JIS0201) */
      36             : #define SS3 0x8f                /* single shift 3 (JIS0212) */
      37             : 
      38             : /*
      39             :  * SJIS validation macros
      40             :  */
      41             : #define ISSJISHEAD(c) (((c) >= 0x81 && (c) <= 0x9f) || ((c) >= 0xe0 && (c) <= 0xfc))
      42             : #define ISSJISTAIL(c) (((c) >= 0x40 && (c) <= 0x7e) || ((c) >= 0x80 && (c) <= 0xfc))
      43             : 
      44             : /*----------------------------------------------------
      45             :  * MULE Internal Encoding (MIC)
      46             :  *
      47             :  * This encoding follows the design used within XEmacs; it is meant to
      48             :  * subsume many externally-defined character sets.  Each character includes
      49             :  * identification of the character set it belongs to, so the encoding is
      50             :  * general but somewhat bulky.
      51             :  *
      52             :  * Currently PostgreSQL supports 5 types of MULE character sets:
      53             :  *
      54             :  * 1) 1-byte ASCII characters.  Each byte is below 0x80.
      55             :  *
      56             :  * 2) "Official" single byte charsets such as ISO-8859-1 (Latin1).
      57             :  *    Each MULE character consists of 2 bytes: LC1 + C1, where LC1 is
      58             :  *    an identifier for the charset (in the range 0x81 to 0x8d) and C1
      59             :  *    is the character code (in the range 0xa0 to 0xff).
      60             :  *
      61             :  * 3) "Private" single byte charsets such as SISHENG.  Each MULE
      62             :  *    character consists of 3 bytes: LCPRV1 + LC12 + C1, where LCPRV1
      63             :  *    is a private-charset flag, LC12 is an identifier for the charset,
      64             :  *    and C1 is the character code (in the range 0xa0 to 0xff).
      65             :  *    LCPRV1 is either 0x9a (if LC12 is in the range 0xa0 to 0xdf)
      66             :  *    or 0x9b (if LC12 is in the range 0xe0 to 0xef).
      67             :  *
      68             :  * 4) "Official" multibyte charsets such as JIS X0208.  Each MULE
      69             :  *    character consists of 3 bytes: LC2 + C1 + C2, where LC2 is
      70             :  *    an identifier for the charset (in the range 0x90 to 0x99) and C1
      71             :  *    and C2 form the character code (each in the range 0xa0 to 0xff).
      72             :  *
      73             :  * 5) "Private" multibyte charsets such as CNS 11643-1992 Plane 3.
      74             :  *    Each MULE character consists of 4 bytes: LCPRV2 + LC22 + C1 + C2,
      75             :  *    where LCPRV2 is a private-charset flag, LC22 is an identifier for
      76             :  *    the charset, and C1 and C2 form the character code (each in the range
      77             :  *    0xa0 to 0xff).  LCPRV2 is either 0x9c (if LC22 is in the range 0xf0
      78             :  *    to 0xf4) or 0x9d (if LC22 is in the range 0xf5 to 0xfe).
      79             :  *
      80             :  * "Official" encodings are those that have been assigned code numbers by
      81             :  * the XEmacs project; "private" encodings have Postgres-specific charset
      82             :  * identifiers.
      83             :  *
      84             :  * See the "XEmacs Internals Manual", available at http://www.xemacs.org,
      85             :  * for more details.  Note that for historical reasons, Postgres'
      86             :  * private-charset flag values do not match what XEmacs says they should be,
      87             :  * so this isn't really exactly MULE (not that private charsets would be
      88             :  * interoperable anyway).
      89             :  *
      90             :  * Note that XEmacs's implementation is different from what emacs does.
      91             :  * We follow emacs's implementation, rather than XEmacs's.
      92             :  *----------------------------------------------------
      93             :  */
      94             : 
      95             : /*
      96             :  * Charset identifiers (also called "leading bytes" in the MULE documentation)
      97             :  */
      98             : 
      99             : /*
     100             :  * Charset IDs for official single byte encodings (0x81-0x8e)
     101             :  */
     102             : #define LC_ISO8859_1        0x81    /* ISO8859 Latin 1 */
     103             : #define LC_ISO8859_2        0x82    /* ISO8859 Latin 2 */
     104             : #define LC_ISO8859_3        0x83    /* ISO8859 Latin 3 */
     105             : #define LC_ISO8859_4        0x84    /* ISO8859 Latin 4 */
     106             : #define LC_TIS620           0x85    /* Thai (not supported yet) */
     107             : #define LC_ISO8859_7        0x86    /* Greek (not supported yet) */
     108             : #define LC_ISO8859_6        0x87    /* Arabic (not supported yet) */
     109             : #define LC_ISO8859_8        0x88    /* Hebrew (not supported yet) */
     110             : #define LC_JISX0201K        0x89    /* Japanese 1 byte kana */
     111             : #define LC_JISX0201R        0x8a    /* Japanese 1 byte Roman */
     112             : /* Note that 0x8b seems to be unused as of Emacs 20.7.
     113             :  * However, there might be a chance that 0x8b could be used
     114             :  * in later versions of Emacs.
     115             :  */
     116             : #define LC_KOI8_R           0x8b    /* Cyrillic KOI8-R */
     117             : #define LC_ISO8859_5        0x8c    /* ISO8859 Cyrillic */
     118             : #define LC_ISO8859_9        0x8d    /* ISO8859 Latin 5 (not supported yet) */
     119             : #define LC_ISO8859_15       0x8e    /* ISO8859 Latin 15 (not supported yet) */
     120             : /* #define CONTROL_1        0x8f    control characters (unused) */
     121             : 
     122             : /* Is a leading byte for "official" single byte encodings? */
     123             : #define IS_LC1(c)   ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0x81 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0x8d)
     124             : 
     125             : /*
     126             :  * Charset IDs for official multibyte encodings (0x90-0x99)
     127             :  * 0x9a-0x9d are free. 0x9e and 0x9f are reserved.
     128             :  */
     129             : #define LC_JISX0208_1978    0x90    /* Japanese Kanji, old JIS (not supported) */
     130             : #define LC_GB2312_80        0x91    /* Chinese */
     131             : #define LC_JISX0208         0x92    /* Japanese Kanji (JIS X 0208) */
     132             : #define LC_KS5601           0x93    /* Korean */
     133             : #define LC_JISX0212         0x94    /* Japanese Kanji (JIS X 0212) */
     134             : #define LC_CNS11643_1       0x95    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 1 */
     135             : #define LC_CNS11643_2       0x96    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 2 */
     136             : #define LC_JISX0213_1       0x97    /* Japanese Kanji (JIS X 0213 Plane 1)
     137             :                                      * (not supported) */
     138             : #define LC_BIG5_1           0x98    /* Plane 1 Chinese traditional (not
     139             :                                      * supported) */
     140             : #define LC_BIG5_2           0x99    /* Plane 1 Chinese traditional (not
     141             :                                      * supported) */
     142             : 
     143             : /* Is a leading byte for "official" multibyte encodings? */
     144             : #define IS_LC2(c)   ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0x90 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0x99)
     145             : 
     146             : /*
     147             :  * Postgres-specific prefix bytes for "private" single byte encodings
     148             :  * (According to the MULE docs, we should be using 0x9e for this)
     149             :  */
     150             : #define LCPRV1_A        0x9a
     151             : #define LCPRV1_B        0x9b
     152             : #define IS_LCPRV1(c)    ((unsigned char)(c) == LCPRV1_A || (unsigned char)(c) == LCPRV1_B)
     153             : #define IS_LCPRV1_A_RANGE(c)    \
     154             :     ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0xa0 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0xdf)
     155             : #define IS_LCPRV1_B_RANGE(c)    \
     156             :     ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0xe0 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0xef)
     157             : 
     158             : /*
     159             :  * Postgres-specific prefix bytes for "private" multibyte encodings
     160             :  * (According to the MULE docs, we should be using 0x9f for this)
     161             :  */
     162             : #define LCPRV2_A        0x9c
     163             : #define LCPRV2_B        0x9d
     164             : #define IS_LCPRV2(c)    ((unsigned char)(c) == LCPRV2_A || (unsigned char)(c) == LCPRV2_B)
     165             : #define IS_LCPRV2_A_RANGE(c)    \
     166             :     ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0xf0 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0xf4)
     167             : #define IS_LCPRV2_B_RANGE(c)    \
     168             :     ((unsigned char)(c) >= 0xf5 && (unsigned char)(c) <= 0xfe)
     169             : 
     170             : /*
     171             :  * Charset IDs for private single byte encodings (0xa0-0xef)
     172             :  */
     173             : #define LC_SISHENG          0xa0    /* Chinese SiSheng characters for
     174             :                                      * PinYin/ZhuYin (not supported) */
     175             : #define LC_IPA              0xa1    /* IPA (International Phonetic
     176             :                                      * Association) (not supported) */
     177             : #define LC_VISCII_LOWER     0xa2    /* Vietnamese VISCII1.1 lower-case (not
     178             :                                      * supported) */
     179             : #define LC_VISCII_UPPER     0xa3    /* Vietnamese VISCII1.1 upper-case (not
     180             :                                      * supported) */
     181             : #define LC_ARABIC_DIGIT     0xa4    /* Arabic digit (not supported) */
     182             : #define LC_ARABIC_1_COLUMN  0xa5    /* Arabic 1-column (not supported) */
     183             : #define LC_ASCII_RIGHT_TO_LEFT  0xa6    /* ASCII (left half of ISO8859-1) with
     184             :                                          * right-to-left direction (not
     185             :                                          * supported) */
     186             : #define LC_LAO              0xa7    /* Lao characters (ISO10646 0E80..0EDF)
     187             :                                      * (not supported) */
     188             : #define LC_ARABIC_2_COLUMN  0xa8    /* Arabic 1-column (not supported) */
     189             : 
     190             : /*
     191             :  * Charset IDs for private multibyte encodings (0xf0-0xff)
     192             :  */
     193             : #define LC_INDIAN_1_COLUMN  0xf0    /* Indian charset for 1-column width
     194             :                                      * glyphs (not supported) */
     195             : #define LC_TIBETAN_1_COLUMN 0xf1    /* Tibetan 1-column width glyphs (not
     196             :                                      * supported) */
     197             : #define LC_UNICODE_SUBSET_2 0xf2    /* Unicode characters of the range
     198             :                                      * U+2500..U+33FF. (not supported) */
     199             : #define LC_UNICODE_SUBSET_3 0xf3    /* Unicode characters of the range
     200             :                                      * U+E000..U+FFFF. (not supported) */
     201             : #define LC_UNICODE_SUBSET   0xf4    /* Unicode characters of the range
     202             :                                      * U+0100..U+24FF. (not supported) */
     203             : #define LC_ETHIOPIC         0xf5    /* Ethiopic characters (not supported) */
     204             : #define LC_CNS11643_3       0xf6    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 3 */
     205             : #define LC_CNS11643_4       0xf7    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 4 */
     206             : #define LC_CNS11643_5       0xf8    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 5 */
     207             : #define LC_CNS11643_6       0xf9    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 6 */
     208             : #define LC_CNS11643_7       0xfa    /* CNS 11643-1992 Plane 7 */
     209             : #define LC_INDIAN_2_COLUMN  0xfb    /* Indian charset for 2-column width
     210             :                                      * glyphs (not supported) */
     211             : #define LC_TIBETAN          0xfc    /* Tibetan (not supported) */
     212             : /* #define FREE             0xfd    free (unused) */
     213             : /* #define FREE             0xfe    free (unused) */
     214             : /* #define FREE             0xff    free (unused) */
     215             : 
     216             : /*----------------------------------------------------
     217             :  * end of MULE stuff
     218             :  *----------------------------------------------------
     219             :  */
     220             : 
     221             : /*
     222             :  * PostgreSQL encoding identifiers
     223             :  *
     224             :  * WARNING: the order of this enum must be same as order of entries
     225             :  *          in the pg_enc2name_tbl[] array (in src/common/encnames.c), and
     226             :  *          in the pg_wchar_table[] array (in src/common/wchar.c)!
     227             :  *
     228             :  *          If you add some encoding don't forget to check
     229             :  *          PG_ENCODING_BE_LAST macro.
     230             :  *
     231             :  * PG_SQL_ASCII is default encoding and must be = 0.
     232             :  *
     233             :  * XXX  We must avoid renumbering any backend encoding until libpq's major
     234             :  * version number is increased beyond 5; it turns out that the backend
     235             :  * encoding IDs are effectively part of libpq's ABI as far as 8.2 initdb and
     236             :  * psql are concerned.
     237             :  */
     238             : typedef enum pg_enc
     239             : {
     240             :     PG_SQL_ASCII = 0,           /* SQL/ASCII */
     241             :     PG_EUC_JP,                  /* EUC for Japanese */
     242             :     PG_EUC_CN,                  /* EUC for Chinese */
     243             :     PG_EUC_KR,                  /* EUC for Korean */
     244             :     PG_EUC_TW,                  /* EUC for Taiwan */
     245             :     PG_EUC_JIS_2004,            /* EUC-JIS-2004 */
     246             :     PG_UTF8,                    /* Unicode UTF8 */
     247             :     PG_MULE_INTERNAL,           /* Mule internal code */
     248             :     PG_LATIN1,                  /* ISO-8859-1 Latin 1 */
     249             :     PG_LATIN2,                  /* ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 */
     250             :     PG_LATIN3,                  /* ISO-8859-3 Latin 3 */
     251             :     PG_LATIN4,                  /* ISO-8859-4 Latin 4 */
     252             :     PG_LATIN5,                  /* ISO-8859-9 Latin 5 */
     253             :     PG_LATIN6,                  /* ISO-8859-10 Latin6 */
     254             :     PG_LATIN7,                  /* ISO-8859-13 Latin7 */
     255             :     PG_LATIN8,                  /* ISO-8859-14 Latin8 */
     256             :     PG_LATIN9,                  /* ISO-8859-15 Latin9 */
     257             :     PG_LATIN10,                 /* ISO-8859-16 Latin10 */
     258             :     PG_WIN1256,                 /* windows-1256 */
     259             :     PG_WIN1258,                 /* Windows-1258 */
     260             :     PG_WIN866,                  /* (MS-DOS CP866) */
     261             :     PG_WIN874,                  /* windows-874 */
     262             :     PG_KOI8R,                   /* KOI8-R */
     263             :     PG_WIN1251,                 /* windows-1251 */
     264             :     PG_WIN1252,                 /* windows-1252 */
     265             :     PG_ISO_8859_5,              /* ISO-8859-5 */
     266             :     PG_ISO_8859_6,              /* ISO-8859-6 */
     267             :     PG_ISO_8859_7,              /* ISO-8859-7 */
     268             :     PG_ISO_8859_8,              /* ISO-8859-8 */
     269             :     PG_WIN1250,                 /* windows-1250 */
     270             :     PG_WIN1253,                 /* windows-1253 */
     271             :     PG_WIN1254,                 /* windows-1254 */
     272             :     PG_WIN1255,                 /* windows-1255 */
     273             :     PG_WIN1257,                 /* windows-1257 */
     274             :     PG_KOI8U,                   /* KOI8-U */
     275             :     /* PG_ENCODING_BE_LAST points to the above entry */
     276             : 
     277             :     /* followings are for client encoding only */
     278             :     PG_SJIS,                    /* Shift JIS (Windows-932) */
     279             :     PG_BIG5,                    /* Big5 (Windows-950) */
     280             :     PG_GBK,                     /* GBK (Windows-936) */
     281             :     PG_UHC,                     /* UHC (Windows-949) */
     282             :     PG_GB18030,                 /* GB18030 */
     283             :     PG_JOHAB,                   /* EUC for Korean JOHAB */
     284             :     PG_SHIFT_JIS_2004,          /* Shift-JIS-2004 */
     285             :     _PG_LAST_ENCODING_          /* mark only */
     286             : 
     287             : } pg_enc;
     288             : 
     289             : #define PG_ENCODING_BE_LAST PG_KOI8U
     290             : 
     291             : /*
     292             :  * Please use these tests before access to pg_enc2name_tbl[]
     293             :  * or to other places...
     294             :  */
     295             : #define PG_VALID_BE_ENCODING(_enc) \
     296             :         ((_enc) >= 0 && (_enc) <= PG_ENCODING_BE_LAST)
     297             : 
     298             : #define PG_ENCODING_IS_CLIENT_ONLY(_enc) \
     299             :         ((_enc) > PG_ENCODING_BE_LAST && (_enc) < _PG_LAST_ENCODING_)
     300             : 
     301             : #define PG_VALID_ENCODING(_enc) \
     302             :         ((_enc) >= 0 && (_enc) < _PG_LAST_ENCODING_)
     303             : 
     304             : /* On FE are possible all encodings */
     305             : #define PG_VALID_FE_ENCODING(_enc)  PG_VALID_ENCODING(_enc)
     306             : 
     307             : /*
     308             :  * When converting strings between different encodings, we assume that space
     309             :  * for converted result is 4-to-1 growth in the worst case. The rate for
     310             :  * currently supported encoding pairs are within 3 (SJIS JIS X0201 half width
     311             :  * kanna -> UTF8 is the worst case).  So "4" should be enough for the moment.
     312             :  *
     313             :  * Note that this is not the same as the maximum character width in any
     314             :  * particular encoding.
     315             :  */
     316             : #define MAX_CONVERSION_GROWTH  4
     317             : 
     318             : /*
     319             :  * Maximum byte length of the string equivalent to any one Unicode code point,
     320             :  * in any backend encoding.  The current value assumes that a 4-byte UTF-8
     321             :  * character might expand by MAX_CONVERSION_GROWTH, which is a huge
     322             :  * overestimate.  But in current usage we don't allocate large multiples of
     323             :  * this, so there's little point in being stingy.
     324             :  */
     325             : #define MAX_UNICODE_EQUIVALENT_STRING   16
     326             : 
     327             : /*
     328             :  * Table for mapping an encoding number to official encoding name and
     329             :  * possibly other subsidiary data.  Be careful to check encoding number
     330             :  * before accessing a table entry!
     331             :  *
     332             :  * if (PG_VALID_ENCODING(encoding))
     333             :  *      pg_enc2name_tbl[ encoding ];
     334             :  */
     335             : typedef struct pg_enc2name
     336             : {
     337             :     const char *name;
     338             :     pg_enc      encoding;
     339             : #ifdef WIN32
     340             :     unsigned    codepage;       /* codepage for WIN32 */
     341             : #endif
     342             : } pg_enc2name;
     343             : 
     344             : extern const pg_enc2name pg_enc2name_tbl[];
     345             : 
     346             : /*
     347             :  * Encoding names for gettext
     348             :  */
     349             : typedef struct pg_enc2gettext
     350             : {
     351             :     pg_enc      encoding;
     352             :     const char *name;
     353             : } pg_enc2gettext;
     354             : 
     355             : extern const pg_enc2gettext pg_enc2gettext_tbl[];
     356             : 
     357             : /*
     358             :  * pg_wchar stuff
     359             :  */
     360             : typedef int (*mb2wchar_with_len_converter) (const unsigned char *from,
     361             :                                             pg_wchar *to,
     362             :                                             int len);
     363             : 
     364             : typedef int (*wchar2mb_with_len_converter) (const pg_wchar *from,
     365             :                                             unsigned char *to,
     366             :                                             int len);
     367             : 
     368             : typedef int (*mblen_converter) (const unsigned char *mbstr);
     369             : 
     370             : typedef int (*mbdisplaylen_converter) (const unsigned char *mbstr);
     371             : 
     372             : typedef bool (*mbcharacter_incrementer) (unsigned char *mbstr, int len);
     373             : 
     374             : typedef int (*mbverifier) (const unsigned char *mbstr, int len);
     375             : 
     376             : typedef struct
     377             : {
     378             :     mb2wchar_with_len_converter mb2wchar_with_len;  /* convert a multibyte
     379             :                                                      * string to a wchar */
     380             :     wchar2mb_with_len_converter wchar2mb_with_len;  /* convert a wchar string
     381             :                                                      * to a multibyte */
     382             :     mblen_converter mblen;      /* get byte length of a char */
     383             :     mbdisplaylen_converter dsplen;  /* get display width of a char */
     384             :     mbverifier  mbverify;       /* verify multibyte sequence */
     385             :     int         maxmblen;       /* max bytes for a char in this encoding */
     386             : } pg_wchar_tbl;
     387             : 
     388             : extern const pg_wchar_tbl pg_wchar_table[];
     389             : 
     390             : /*
     391             :  * Data structures for conversions between UTF-8 and other encodings
     392             :  * (UtfToLocal() and LocalToUtf()).  In these data structures, characters of
     393             :  * either encoding are represented by uint32 words; hence we can only support
     394             :  * characters up to 4 bytes long.  For example, the byte sequence 0xC2 0x89
     395             :  * would be represented by 0x0000C289, and 0xE8 0xA2 0xB4 by 0x00E8A2B4.
     396             :  *
     397             :  * There are three possible ways a character can be mapped:
     398             :  *
     399             :  * 1. Using a radix tree, from source to destination code.
     400             :  * 2. Using a sorted array of source -> destination code pairs. This
     401             :  *    method is used for "combining" characters. There are so few of
     402             :  *    them that building a radix tree would be wasteful.
     403             :  * 3. Using a conversion function.
     404             :  */
     405             : 
     406             : /*
     407             :  * Radix tree for character conversion.
     408             :  *
     409             :  * Logically, this is actually four different radix trees, for 1-byte,
     410             :  * 2-byte, 3-byte and 4-byte inputs. The 1-byte tree is a simple lookup
     411             :  * table from source to target code. The 2-byte tree consists of two levels:
     412             :  * one lookup table for the first byte, where the value in the lookup table
     413             :  * points to a lookup table for the second byte. And so on.
     414             :  *
     415             :  * Physically, all the trees are stored in one big array, in 'chars16' or
     416             :  * 'chars32', depending on the maximum value that needs to be represented. For
     417             :  * each level in each tree, we also store lower and upper bound of allowed
     418             :  * values - values outside those bounds are considered invalid, and are left
     419             :  * out of the tables.
     420             :  *
     421             :  * In the intermediate levels of the trees, the values stored are offsets
     422             :  * into the chars[16|32] array.
     423             :  *
     424             :  * In the beginning of the chars[16|32] array, there is always a number of
     425             :  * zeros, so that you safely follow an index from an intermediate table
     426             :  * without explicitly checking for a zero. Following a zero any number of
     427             :  * times will always bring you to the dummy, all-zeros table in the
     428             :  * beginning. This helps to shave some cycles when looking up values.
     429             :  */
     430             : typedef struct
     431             : {
     432             :     /*
     433             :      * Array containing all the values. Only one of chars16 or chars32 is
     434             :      * used, depending on how wide the values we need to represent are.
     435             :      */
     436             :     const uint16 *chars16;
     437             :     const uint32 *chars32;
     438             : 
     439             :     /* Radix tree for 1-byte inputs */
     440             :     uint32      b1root;         /* offset of table in the chars[16|32] array */
     441             :     uint8       b1_lower;       /* min allowed value for a single byte input */
     442             :     uint8       b1_upper;       /* max allowed value for a single byte input */
     443             : 
     444             :     /* Radix tree for 2-byte inputs */
     445             :     uint32      b2root;         /* offset of 1st byte's table */
     446             :     uint8       b2_1_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 1st input byte */
     447             :     uint8       b2_1_upper;
     448             :     uint8       b2_2_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 2nd input byte */
     449             :     uint8       b2_2_upper;
     450             : 
     451             :     /* Radix tree for 3-byte inputs */
     452             :     uint32      b3root;         /* offset of 1st byte's table */
     453             :     uint8       b3_1_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 1st input byte */
     454             :     uint8       b3_1_upper;
     455             :     uint8       b3_2_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 2nd input byte */
     456             :     uint8       b3_2_upper;
     457             :     uint8       b3_3_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 3rd input byte */
     458             :     uint8       b3_3_upper;
     459             : 
     460             :     /* Radix tree for 4-byte inputs */
     461             :     uint32      b4root;         /* offset of 1st byte's table */
     462             :     uint8       b4_1_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 1st input byte */
     463             :     uint8       b4_1_upper;
     464             :     uint8       b4_2_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 2nd input byte */
     465             :     uint8       b4_2_upper;
     466             :     uint8       b4_3_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 3rd input byte */
     467             :     uint8       b4_3_upper;
     468             :     uint8       b4_4_lower;     /* min/max allowed value for 4th input byte */
     469             :     uint8       b4_4_upper;
     470             : 
     471             : } pg_mb_radix_tree;
     472             : 
     473             : /*
     474             :  * UTF-8 to local code conversion map (for combined characters)
     475             :  */
     476             : typedef struct
     477             : {
     478             :     uint32      utf1;           /* UTF-8 code 1 */
     479             :     uint32      utf2;           /* UTF-8 code 2 */
     480             :     uint32      code;           /* local code */
     481             : } pg_utf_to_local_combined;
     482             : 
     483             : /*
     484             :  * local code to UTF-8 conversion map (for combined characters)
     485             :  */
     486             : typedef struct
     487             : {
     488             :     uint32      code;           /* local code */
     489             :     uint32      utf1;           /* UTF-8 code 1 */
     490             :     uint32      utf2;           /* UTF-8 code 2 */
     491             : } pg_local_to_utf_combined;
     492             : 
     493             : /*
     494             :  * callback function for algorithmic encoding conversions (in either direction)
     495             :  *
     496             :  * if function returns zero, it does not know how to convert the code
     497             :  */
     498             : typedef uint32 (*utf_local_conversion_func) (uint32 code);
     499             : 
     500             : /*
     501             :  * Support macro for encoding conversion functions to validate their
     502             :  * arguments.  (This could be made more compact if we included fmgr.h
     503             :  * here, but we don't want to do that because this header file is also
     504             :  * used by frontends.)
     505             :  */
     506             : #define CHECK_ENCODING_CONVERSION_ARGS(srcencoding,destencoding) \
     507             :     check_encoding_conversion_args(PG_GETARG_INT32(0), \
     508             :                                    PG_GETARG_INT32(1), \
     509             :                                    PG_GETARG_INT32(4), \
     510             :                                    (srcencoding), \
     511             :                                    (destencoding))
     512             : 
     513             : 
     514             : /*
     515             :  * Some handy functions for Unicode-specific tests.
     516             :  */
     517             : static inline bool
     518         598 : is_valid_unicode_codepoint(pg_wchar c)
     519             : {
     520         598 :     return (c > 0 && c <= 0x10FFFF);
     521             : }
     522             : 
     523             : static inline bool
     524         520 : is_utf16_surrogate_first(pg_wchar c)
     525             : {
     526         520 :     return (c >= 0xD800 && c <= 0xDBFF);
     527             : }
     528             : 
     529             : static inline bool
     530         436 : is_utf16_surrogate_second(pg_wchar c)
     531             : {
     532         436 :     return (c >= 0xDC00 && c <= 0xDFFF);
     533             : }
     534             : 
     535             : static inline pg_wchar
     536          32 : surrogate_pair_to_codepoint(pg_wchar first, pg_wchar second)
     537             : {
     538          32 :     return ((first & 0x3FF) << 10) + 0x10000 + (second & 0x3FF);
     539             : }
     540             : 
     541             : 
     542             : /*
     543             :  * These functions are considered part of libpq's exported API and
     544             :  * are also declared in libpq-fe.h.
     545             :  */
     546             : extern int  pg_char_to_encoding(const char *name);
     547             : extern const char *pg_encoding_to_char(int encoding);
     548             : extern int  pg_valid_server_encoding_id(int encoding);
     549             : 
     550             : /*
     551             :  * These functions are available to frontend code that links with libpgcommon
     552             :  * (in addition to the ones just above).  The constant tables declared
     553             :  * earlier in this file are also available from libpgcommon.
     554             :  */
     555             : extern int  pg_encoding_mblen(int encoding, const char *mbstr);
     556             : extern int  pg_encoding_dsplen(int encoding, const char *mbstr);
     557             : extern int  pg_encoding_verifymb(int encoding, const char *mbstr, int len);
     558             : extern int  pg_encoding_max_length(int encoding);
     559             : extern int  pg_valid_client_encoding(const char *name);
     560             : extern int  pg_valid_server_encoding(const char *name);
     561             : extern bool is_encoding_supported_by_icu(int encoding);
     562             : extern const char *get_encoding_name_for_icu(int encoding);
     563             : 
     564             : extern unsigned char *unicode_to_utf8(pg_wchar c, unsigned char *utf8string);
     565             : extern pg_wchar utf8_to_unicode(const unsigned char *c);
     566             : extern bool pg_utf8_islegal(const unsigned char *source, int length);
     567             : extern int  pg_utf_mblen(const unsigned char *s);
     568             : extern int  pg_mule_mblen(const unsigned char *s);
     569             : 
     570             : /*
     571             :  * The remaining functions are backend-only.
     572             :  */
     573             : extern int  pg_mb2wchar(const char *from, pg_wchar *to);
     574             : extern int  pg_mb2wchar_with_len(const char *from, pg_wchar *to, int len);
     575             : extern int  pg_encoding_mb2wchar_with_len(int encoding,
     576             :                                           const char *from, pg_wchar *to, int len);
     577             : extern int  pg_wchar2mb(const pg_wchar *from, char *to);
     578             : extern int  pg_wchar2mb_with_len(const pg_wchar *from, char *to, int len);
     579             : extern int  pg_encoding_wchar2mb_with_len(int encoding,
     580             :                                           const pg_wchar *from, char *to, int len);
     581             : extern int  pg_char_and_wchar_strcmp(const char *s1, const pg_wchar *s2);
     582             : extern int  pg_wchar_strncmp(const pg_wchar *s1, const pg_wchar *s2, size_t n);
     583             : extern int  pg_char_and_wchar_strncmp(const char *s1, const pg_wchar *s2, size_t n);
     584             : extern size_t pg_wchar_strlen(const pg_wchar *wstr);
     585             : extern int  pg_mblen(const char *mbstr);
     586             : extern int  pg_dsplen(const char *mbstr);
     587             : extern int  pg_mbstrlen(const char *mbstr);
     588             : extern int  pg_mbstrlen_with_len(const char *mbstr, int len);
     589             : extern int  pg_mbcliplen(const char *mbstr, int len, int limit);
     590             : extern int  pg_encoding_mbcliplen(int encoding, const char *mbstr,
     591             :                                   int len, int limit);
     592             : extern int  pg_mbcharcliplen(const char *mbstr, int len, int limit);
     593             : extern int  pg_database_encoding_max_length(void);
     594             : extern mbcharacter_incrementer pg_database_encoding_character_incrementer(void);
     595             : 
     596             : extern int  PrepareClientEncoding(int encoding);
     597             : extern int  SetClientEncoding(int encoding);
     598             : extern void InitializeClientEncoding(void);
     599             : extern int  pg_get_client_encoding(void);
     600             : extern const char *pg_get_client_encoding_name(void);
     601             : 
     602             : extern void SetDatabaseEncoding(int encoding);
     603             : extern int  GetDatabaseEncoding(void);
     604             : extern const char *GetDatabaseEncodingName(void);
     605             : extern void SetMessageEncoding(int encoding);
     606             : extern int  GetMessageEncoding(void);
     607             : 
     608             : #ifdef ENABLE_NLS
     609             : extern int  pg_bind_textdomain_codeset(const char *domainname);
     610             : #endif
     611             : 
     612             : extern unsigned char *pg_do_encoding_conversion(unsigned char *src, int len,
     613             :                                                 int src_encoding,
     614             :                                                 int dest_encoding);
     615             : 
     616             : extern char *pg_client_to_server(const char *s, int len);
     617             : extern char *pg_server_to_client(const char *s, int len);
     618             : extern char *pg_any_to_server(const char *s, int len, int encoding);
     619             : extern char *pg_server_to_any(const char *s, int len, int encoding);
     620             : 
     621             : extern void pg_unicode_to_server(pg_wchar c, unsigned char *s);
     622             : 
     623             : extern unsigned short BIG5toCNS(unsigned short big5, unsigned char *lc);
     624             : extern unsigned short CNStoBIG5(unsigned short cns, unsigned char lc);
     625             : 
     626             : extern void UtfToLocal(const unsigned char *utf, int len,
     627             :                        unsigned char *iso,
     628             :                        const pg_mb_radix_tree *map,
     629             :                        const pg_utf_to_local_combined *cmap, int cmapsize,
     630             :                        utf_local_conversion_func conv_func,
     631             :                        int encoding);
     632             : extern void LocalToUtf(const unsigned char *iso, int len,
     633             :                        unsigned char *utf,
     634             :                        const pg_mb_radix_tree *map,
     635             :                        const pg_local_to_utf_combined *cmap, int cmapsize,
     636             :                        utf_local_conversion_func conv_func,
     637             :                        int encoding);
     638             : 
     639             : extern bool pg_verifymbstr(const char *mbstr, int len, bool noError);
     640             : extern bool pg_verify_mbstr(int encoding, const char *mbstr, int len,
     641             :                             bool noError);
     642             : extern int  pg_verify_mbstr_len(int encoding, const char *mbstr, int len,
     643             :                                 bool noError);
     644             : 
     645             : extern void check_encoding_conversion_args(int src_encoding,
     646             :                                            int dest_encoding,
     647             :                                            int len,
     648             :                                            int expected_src_encoding,
     649             :                                            int expected_dest_encoding);
     650             : 
     651             : extern void report_invalid_encoding(int encoding, const char *mbstr, int len) pg_attribute_noreturn();
     652             : extern void report_untranslatable_char(int src_encoding, int dest_encoding,
     653             :                                        const char *mbstr, int len) pg_attribute_noreturn();
     654             : 
     655             : extern void local2local(const unsigned char *l, unsigned char *p, int len,
     656             :                         int src_encoding, int dest_encoding, const unsigned char *tab);
     657             : extern void latin2mic(const unsigned char *l, unsigned char *p, int len,
     658             :                       int lc, int encoding);
     659             : extern void mic2latin(const unsigned char *mic, unsigned char *p, int len,
     660             :                       int lc, int encoding);
     661             : extern void latin2mic_with_table(const unsigned char *l, unsigned char *p,
     662             :                                  int len, int lc, int encoding,
     663             :                                  const unsigned char *tab);
     664             : extern void mic2latin_with_table(const unsigned char *mic, unsigned char *p,
     665             :                                  int len, int lc, int encoding,
     666             :                                  const unsigned char *tab);
     667             : 
     668             : #ifdef WIN32
     669             : extern WCHAR *pgwin32_message_to_UTF16(const char *str, int len, int *utf16len);
     670             : #endif
     671             : 
     672             : #endif                          /* PG_WCHAR_H */

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