DXR is a code search and navigation tool aimed at making sense of large projects. It supports full-text and regex searches as well as structural queries.

Mercurial (d38398e5144e)

VCS Links

gr_face_ops

gr_face_options

gr_faceinfo

gr_font_ops

gr_space_contextuals

Macros

Line Code
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388
/*  GRAPHITE2 LICENSING

    Copyright 2010, SIL International
    All rights reserved.

    This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published
    by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of License, or
    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
    Lesser General Public License for more details.

    You should also have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
    License along with this library in the file named "LICENSE".
    If not, write to the Free Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street,
    Suite 500, Boston, MA 02110-1335, USA or visit their web page on the
    internet at http://www.fsf.org/licenses/lgpl.html.

    Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under the terms
    of the Mozilla Public License (http://mozilla.org/MPL) or the GNU
    General Public License, as published by the Free Software Foundation,
    either version 2 of the License or (at your option) any later version.
*/
#pragma once

#include "graphite2/Types.h"

#define GR2_VERSION_MAJOR   1
#define GR2_VERSION_MINOR   3
#define GR2_VERSION_BUGFIX  9

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
{
#endif

typedef struct gr_face          gr_face;
typedef struct gr_font          gr_font;
typedef struct gr_feature_ref   gr_feature_ref;
typedef struct gr_feature_val   gr_feature_val;

/**
* Returns version information on this engine
*/
GR2_API void gr_engine_version(int *nMajor, int *nMinor, int *nBugFix);

/**
* The Face Options allow the application to require that certain tables are
* read during face construction. This may be of concern if the appFaceHandle
* used in the gr_get_table_fn may change.
* The values can be combined 
*/
enum gr_face_options {
    /** No preload, no cmap caching, fail if the graphite tables are invalid */
    gr_face_default = 0,
    /** Dumb rendering will be enabled if the graphite tables are invalid */
    gr_face_dumbRendering = 1,
    /** preload glyphs at construction time */
    gr_face_preloadGlyphs = 2,
    /** Cache the lookup from code point to glyph ID at construction time */
    gr_face_cacheCmap = 4,
    /** Preload everything */
    gr_face_preloadAll = gr_face_preloadGlyphs | gr_face_cacheCmap
};

/** Holds information about a particular Graphite silf table that has been loaded */
struct gr_faceinfo {
    gr_uint16 extra_ascent;     /**< The extra_ascent in the GDL, in design units */
    gr_uint16 extra_descent;    /**< The extra_descent in the GDL, in design units */
    gr_uint16 upem;             /**< The design units for the font */
    enum gr_space_contextuals {
        gr_space_unknown = 0,       /**< no information is known. */
        gr_space_none = 1,          /**< the space character never occurs in any rules. */
        gr_space_left_only = 2,     /**< the space character only occurs as the first element in a rule. */
        gr_space_right_only = 3,    /**< the space character only occurs as the last element in a rule. */
        gr_space_either_only = 4,   /**< the space character only occurs as the only element in a rule. */
        gr_space_both = 5,          /**< the space character may occur as the first or last element of a rule. */
        gr_space_cross = 6          /**< the space character occurs in a rule not as a first or last element. */
    } space_contextuals;
    unsigned int has_bidi_pass : 1; /**< the table specifies that a bidirectional pass should run */
    unsigned int line_ends : 1;     /**< there are line end contextuals somewhere */
    unsigned int justifies : 1;     /**< there are .justify properties set somewhere on some glyphs */
};

typedef struct gr_faceinfo gr_faceinfo;

/** type describing function to retrieve font table information
  *
  * @return a pointer to the table in memory. The pointed to memory must exist as
  *          long as the gr_face which makes the call.
  * @param appFaceHandle is the unique information passed to gr_make_face()
  * @param name is a 32bit tag to the table name.
  * @param len returned by this function to say how long the table is in memory.
  */
typedef const void *(*gr_get_table_fn)(const void* appFaceHandle, unsigned int name, size_t *len);

/** type describing function to release any resources allocated by the above get_table table function
  *
  * @param appFaceHandle is the unique information passed to gr_make_face()
  * @param pointer to table memory returned by get_table.
  */
typedef void (*gr_release_table_fn)(const void* appFaceHandle, const void *table_buffer);

/** struct housing function pointers to manage font table buffers for the graphite engine. */
struct gr_face_ops
{
        /** size in bytes of this structure */
    size_t              size;
        /** a pointer to a function to request a table from the client. */
	gr_get_table_fn 	get_table;
        /** is a pointer to a function to notify the client the a table can be released.
          * This can be NULL to signify that the client does not wish to do any release handling. */
	gr_release_table_fn	release_table;  
};
typedef struct gr_face_ops	gr_face_ops;

/** Create a gr_face object given application information and a table functions.
  *
  * @return gr_face or NULL if the font fails to load for some reason.
  * @param appFaceHandle This is application specific information that is passed
  *                      to the getTable function. The appFaceHandle must stay
  *                      alive as long as the gr_face is alive.
  * @param face_ops      Pointer to face specific callback structure for table
  *                      management. Must stay alive for the duration of the
  *                      call only.
  * @param faceOptions   Bitfield describing various options. See enum gr_face_options for details.
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_face_with_ops(const void* appFaceHandle/*non-NULL*/, const gr_face_ops *face_ops, unsigned int faceOptions);

/** Create a gr_face object given application information and a getTable function. This function is deprecated as of v1.2.0 in
  * favour of gr_make_face_with_ops.
  *
  * @return gr_face or NULL if the font fails to load for some reason.
  * @param appFaceHandle This is application specific information that is passed
  *                      to the getTable function. The appFaceHandle must stay
  *                      alive as long as the gr_face is alive.
  * @param getTable      Callback function to get table data.
  * @param faceOptions   Bitfield describing various options. See enum gr_face_options for details.
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_face(const void* appFaceHandle/*non-NULL*/, gr_get_table_fn getTable, unsigned int faceOptions);

//#ifndef GRAPHITE2_NSEGCACHE
/** Create a gr_face object given application information, with subsegmental caching support
  *
  * @return gr_face or NULL if the font fails to load.
  * @param appFaceHandle is a pointer to application specific information that is passed to getTable.
  *                      This may not be NULL and must stay alive as long as the gr_face is alive.
  * @param face_ops      Pointer to face specific callback structure for table management. Must stay
  *                      alive for the duration of the call only.
  * @param segCacheMaxSize   How large the segment cache is.
  * @param faceOptions   Bitfield of values from enum gr_face_options
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_face_with_seg_cache_and_ops(const void* appFaceHandle, const gr_face_ops *face_ops, unsigned int segCacheMaxSize, unsigned int faceOptions);

/** Create a gr_face object given application information, with subsegmental caching support.
  * This function is deprecated as of v1.2.0 in favour of gr_make_face_with_seg_cache_and_ops.
  *
  * @return gr_face or NULL if the font fails to load.
  * @param appFaceHandle is a pointer to application specific information that is passed to getTable.
  *                      This may not be NULL and must stay alive as long as the gr_face is alive.
  * @param getTable      The function graphite calls to access font table data
  * @param segCacheMaxSize   How large the segment cache is.
  * @param faceOptions   Bitfield of values from enum gr_face_options
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_face_with_seg_cache(const void* appFaceHandle, gr_get_table_fn getTable, unsigned int segCacheMaxSize, unsigned int faceOptions);
//#endif

/** Convert a tag in a string into a gr_uint32
  *
  * @return gr_uint32 tag, zero padded
  * @param str a nul terminated string of which at most the first 4 characters are read
  */
GR2_API gr_uint32 gr_str_to_tag(const char *str);

/** Convert a gr_uint32 tag into a string
  *
  * @param tag contains the tag to convert
  * @param str is a pointer to a char array of at least size 4 bytes. The first 4 bytes of this array
  *            will be overwritten by this function. No nul is appended.
  */
GR2_API void gr_tag_to_str(gr_uint32 tag, char *str);

/** Get feature values for a given language or default
  *
  * @return a copy of the default feature values for a given language. The application must call
  *          gr_featureval_destroy() to free this object when done.
  * @param pFace The font face to get feature values from
  * @param langname The language tag to get feature values for. If there is no such language or
  *                  langname is 0, the default feature values for the font are returned.
  *                  langname is right 0 padded and assumes lowercase. Thus the en langauge
  *                  would be 0x656E0000. Langname may also be space padded, thus 0x656E2020.
  */
GR2_API gr_feature_val* gr_face_featureval_for_lang(const gr_face* pFace, gr_uint32 langname);

/** Get feature reference for a given feature id from a face
  *
  * @return a feature reference corresponding to the given id. This data is part of the gr_face and
  *          will be freed when the face is destroyed.
  * @param pFace Font face to get information on.
  * @param featId    Feature id tag to get reference to.
  */
GR2_API const gr_feature_ref* gr_face_find_fref(const gr_face* pFace, gr_uint32 featId);

/** Returns number of feature references in a face **/
GR2_API gr_uint16 gr_face_n_fref(const gr_face* pFace);

/** Returns feature reference at given index in face **/
GR2_API const gr_feature_ref* gr_face_fref(const gr_face* pFace, gr_uint16 i);

/** Return number of languages the face knows about **/
GR2_API unsigned short gr_face_n_languages(const gr_face* pFace);

/** Returns a language id corresponding to a language of given index in the face **/
GR2_API gr_uint32 gr_face_lang_by_index(const gr_face* pFace, gr_uint16 i);

/** Destroy the given face and free its memory **/
GR2_API void gr_face_destroy(gr_face *face);

/** Returns the number of glyphs in the face **/
GR2_API unsigned short gr_face_n_glyphs(const gr_face* pFace);

/** Returns a faceinfo for the face and script **/
GR2_API const gr_faceinfo *gr_face_info(const gr_face *pFace, gr_uint32 script);

/** Returns whether the font supports a given Unicode character
  *
  * @return true if the character is supported.
  * @param pFace    face to test within
  * @param usv      Unicode Scalar Value of character to test
  * @param script   Tag of script for selecting which set of pseudo glyphs to test. May be NULL.
  */
GR2_API int gr_face_is_char_supported(const gr_face *pFace, gr_uint32 usv, gr_uint32 script);

#ifndef GRAPHITE2_NFILEFACE
/** Create gr_face from a font file
  *
  * @return gr_face that accesses a font file directly. Returns NULL on failure.
  * @param filename Full path and filename to font file
  * @param faceOptions Bitfile from enum gr_face_options to control face options.
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_file_face(const char *filename, unsigned int faceOptions);

//#ifndef GRAPHITE2_NSEGCACHE
/** Create gr_face from a font file, with subsegment caching support.
  *
  * @return gr_face that accesses a font file directly. Returns NULL on failure.
  * @param filename Full path and filename to font file
  * @param segCacheMaxSize Specifies how big to make the cache in segments.
  * @param faceOptions   Bitfield from enum gr_face_options to control face options.
  */
GR2_API gr_face* gr_make_file_face_with_seg_cache(const char *filename, unsigned int segCacheMaxSize, unsigned int faceOptions);
//#endif
#endif      // !GRAPHITE2_NFILEFACE

/** Create a font from a face
  *
  * @return gr_font Call font_destroy to free this font
  * @param ppm Resolution of the font in pixels per em
  * @param face Face this font corresponds to. This must stay alive as long as the font is alive.
  */
GR2_API gr_font* gr_make_font(float ppm, const gr_face *face);

/** query function to find the hinted advance of a glyph
  *
  * @param appFontHandle is the unique information passed to gr_make_font_with_advance()
  * @param glyphid is the glyph to retireve the hinted advance for.
 */
typedef float (*gr_advance_fn)(const void* appFontHandle, gr_uint16 glyphid);

/** struct housing function pointers to manage font hinted metrics for the
  * graphite engine. */
struct gr_font_ops
{
        /** size of the structure in bytes to allow for future extensibility */
    size_t              size;
        /** a pointer to a function to retrieve the hinted
          * advance width of a glyph which the font cannot
          * provide without client assistance.  This can be
          * NULL to signify no horizontal hinted metrics are necessary. */
    gr_advance_fn       glyph_advance_x;
        /** a pointer to a function to retrieve the hinted
          * advance height of a glyph which the font cannot
          * provide without client assistance.  This can be
          * NULL to signify no horizontal hinted metrics are necessary. */
    gr_advance_fn       glyph_advance_y;
};
typedef struct gr_font_ops  gr_font_ops;

/** Creates a font with hinted advance width query functions
  *
  * @return gr_font to be destroyed via font_destroy
  * @param ppm size of font in pixels per em
  * @param appFontHandle font specific information that must stay alive as long
  *        as the font does
  * @param font_ops pointer font specific callback structure for hinted metrics.
  *        Need only stay alive for the duration of the call.
  * @param face the face this font corresponds to. Must stay alive as long as
  *        the font does.
  */
GR2_API gr_font* gr_make_font_with_ops(float ppm, const void* appFontHandle, const gr_font_ops * font_ops, const gr_face *face);

/** Creates a font with hinted advance width query function.
  * This function is deprecated. Use gr_make_font_with_ops instead.
  *
  * @return gr_font to be destroyed via font_destroy
  * @param ppm size of font in pixels per em
  * @param appFontHandle font specific information that must stay alive as long
  *        as the font does
  * @param getAdvance callback function reference that returns horizontal advance in pixels for a glyph.
  * @param face the face this font corresponds to. Must stay alive as long as
  *        the font does.
  */
GR2_API gr_font* gr_make_font_with_advance_fn(float ppm, const void* appFontHandle, gr_advance_fn getAdvance, const gr_face *face);

/** Free a font **/
GR2_API void gr_font_destroy(gr_font *font);

/** get a feature value
  *
  * @return value of specific feature or 0 if any problems.
  * @param pfeatureref   gr_feature_ref to the feature
  * @param feats gr_feature_val containing all the values
  */
GR2_API gr_uint16 gr_fref_feature_value(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref, const gr_feature_val* feats);

/** set a feature value
  *
  * @return false if there were any problems (value out of range, etc.)
  * @param pfeatureref   gr_feature_ref to the feature
  * @param val   value to set the feature to
  * @param pDest the gr_feature_val containing all the values for all the features
  */
GR2_API int gr_fref_set_feature_value(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref, gr_uint16 val, gr_feature_val* pDest);

/** Returns the id tag for a gr_feature_ref **/
GR2_API gr_uint32 gr_fref_id(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref);

/** Returns number of values a feature may take, given a gr_feature_ref **/
GR2_API gr_uint16 gr_fref_n_values(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref);

/** Returns the value associated with a particular value in a feature
  *
  * @return value
  * @param pfeatureref gr_feature_ref of the feature of interest
  * @param settingno   Index up to the return value of gr_fref_n_values() of the value
  */
GR2_API gr_int16 gr_fref_value(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref, gr_uint16 settingno);   

/** Returns a string of the UI name of a feature
  *
  * @return string of the UI name, in the encoding form requested. Call gr_label_destroy() after use.
  * @param pfeatureref   gr_feature_ref of the feature
  * @param langId    This is a pointer since the face may not support a string in the requested
  *                  language. The actual language of the string is returned in langId
  * @param utf   Encoding form for the string
  * @param length    Used to return the length of the string returned in bytes.
  */
GR2_API void* gr_fref_label(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref, gr_uint16 *langId, enum gr_encform utf, gr_uint32 *length);

/** Return a UI string for a possible value of a feature
  *
  * @return string of the UI name, in the encoding form requested. nul terminated. Call gr_label_destroy()
  *          after use.
  * @param pfeatureref   gr_feature_ref of the feature
  * @param settingno     Value setting index
  * @param langId        This is a pointer to the requested language. The requested language id is
  *                      replaced by the actual language id of the string returned.
  * @param utf   Encoding form for the string
  * @param length    Returns the length of the string returned in bytes.
  */
GR2_API void* gr_fref_value_label(const gr_feature_ref* pfeatureref, gr_uint16 settingno/*rather than a value*/, gr_uint16 *langId, enum gr_encform utf, gr_uint32 *length);

/** Destroy a previously returned label string **/
GR2_API void gr_label_destroy(void * label);

/** Copies a gr_feature_val **/
GR2_API gr_feature_val* gr_featureval_clone(const gr_feature_val* pfeatures);

/** Destroys a gr_feature_val **/
GR2_API void gr_featureval_destroy(gr_feature_val *pfeatures);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif