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From dav...@apache.org
Subject [21/46] support static build
Date Thu, 06 Feb 2014 17:28:03 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/couchdb-couch-collate/blob/32ffa429/platform/osx/icu/unicode/uchriter.h
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+/*
+**********************************************************************
+*   Copyright (C) 1998-2005, International Business Machines
+*   Corporation and others.  All Rights Reserved.
+**********************************************************************
+*/
+
+#ifndef UCHRITER_H
+#define UCHRITER_H
+
+#include "unicode/utypes.h"
+#include "unicode/chariter.h"
+
+/**
+ * \file 
+ * \brief C++ API: UChar Character Iterator
+ */
+ 
+U_NAMESPACE_BEGIN
+
+/**
+ * A concrete subclass of CharacterIterator that iterates over the
+ * characters (code units or code points) in a UChar array.
+ * It's possible not only to create an
+ * iterator that iterates over an entire UChar array, but also to
+ * create one that iterates over only a subrange of a UChar array
+ * (iterators over different subranges of the same UChar array don't
+ * compare equal).
+ * @see CharacterIterator
+ * @see ForwardCharacterIterator
+ * @stable ICU 2.0
+ */
+class U_COMMON_API UCharCharacterIterator : public CharacterIterator {
+public:
+  /**
+   * Create an iterator over the UChar array referred to by "textPtr".
+   * The iteration range is 0 to <code>length-1</code>.
+   * text is only aliased, not adopted (the
+   * destructor will not delete it).
+   * @param textPtr The UChar array to be iterated over
+   * @param length The length of the UChar array
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator(const UChar* textPtr, int32_t length);
+
+  /**
+   * Create an iterator over the UChar array referred to by "textPtr".
+   * The iteration range is 0 to <code>length-1</code>.
+   * text is only aliased, not adopted (the
+   * destructor will not delete it).
+   * The starting
+   * position is specified by "position". If "position" is outside the valid
+   * iteration range, the behavior of this object is undefined.
+   * @param textPtr The UChar array to be iteratd over
+   * @param length The length of the UChar array
+   * @param position The starting position of the iteration
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator(const UChar* textPtr, int32_t length,
+                         int32_t position);
+
+  /**
+   * Create an iterator over the UChar array referred to by "textPtr".
+   * The iteration range is 0 to <code>end-1</code>.
+   * text is only aliased, not adopted (the
+   * destructor will not delete it).
+   * The starting
+   * position is specified by "position". If begin and end do not
+   * form a valid iteration range or "position" is outside the valid
+   * iteration range, the behavior of this object is undefined.
+   * @param textPtr The UChar array to be iterated over
+   * @param length The length of the UChar array
+   * @param textBegin  The begin position of the iteration range
+   * @param textEnd    The end position of the iteration range
+   * @param position    The starting position of the iteration
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator(const UChar* textPtr, int32_t length,
+                         int32_t textBegin,
+                         int32_t textEnd,
+                         int32_t position);
+
+  /**
+   * Copy constructor.  The new iterator iterates over the same range
+   * of the same string as "that", and its initial position is the
+   * same as "that"'s current position.
+   * @param that The UCharCharacterIterator to be copied
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator(const UCharCharacterIterator&  that);
+
+  /**
+   * Destructor.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual ~UCharCharacterIterator();
+
+  /**
+   * Assignment operator.  *this is altered to iterate over the sane
+   * range of the same string as "that", and refers to the same
+   * character within that string as "that" does.
+   * @param that The object to be copied
+   * @return the newly created object
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator&
+  operator=(const UCharCharacterIterator&    that);
+
+  /**
+   * Returns true if the iterators iterate over the same range of the
+   * same string and are pointing at the same character.
+   * @param that The ForwardCharacterIterator used to be compared for equality
+   * @return true if the iterators iterate over the same range of the
+   * same string and are pointing at the same character.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UBool          operator==(const ForwardCharacterIterator& that) const;
+
+  /**
+   * Generates a hash code for this iterator.
+   * @return the hash code.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual int32_t         hashCode(void) const;
+
+  /**
+   * Returns a new UCharCharacterIterator referring to the same
+   * character in the same range of the same string as this one.  The
+   * caller must delete the new iterator.
+   * @return the CharacterIterator newly created
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual CharacterIterator* clone(void) const;
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the first code unit in its
+   * iteration range, and returns that code unit.
+   * This can be used to begin an iteration with next().
+   * @return the first code unit in its iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         first(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the first code unit in its
+   * iteration range, returns that code unit, and moves the position
+   * to the second code unit. This is an alternative to setToStart()
+   * for forward iteration with nextPostInc().
+   * @return the first code unit in its iteration range
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         firstPostInc(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the first code point in its
+   * iteration range, and returns that code unit,
+   * This can be used to begin an iteration with next32().
+   * Note that an iteration with next32PostInc(), beginning with,
+   * e.g., setToStart() or firstPostInc(), is more efficient.
+   * @return the first code point in its iteration range
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       first32(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the first code point in its
+   * iteration range, returns that code point, and moves the position
+   * to the second code point. This is an alternative to setToStart()
+   * for forward iteration with next32PostInc().
+   * @return the first code point in its iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       first32PostInc(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the last code unit in its
+   * iteration range, and returns that code unit.
+   * This can be used to begin an iteration with previous().
+   * @return the last code unit in its iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         last(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the last code point in its
+   * iteration range, and returns that code unit.
+   * This can be used to begin an iteration with previous32().
+   * @return the last code point in its iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       last32(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the "position"-th code unit
+   * in the text-storage object the iterator refers to, and
+   * returns that code unit.
+   * @param position the position within the text-storage object
+   * @return the code unit
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         setIndex(int32_t position);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to refer to the beginning of the code point
+   * that contains the "position"-th code unit
+   * in the text-storage object the iterator refers to, and
+   * returns that code point.
+   * The current position is adjusted to the beginning of the code point
+   * (its first code unit).
+   * @param position the position within the text-storage object
+   * @return the code unit
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       setIndex32(int32_t position);
+
+  /**
+   * Returns the code unit the iterator currently refers to.
+   * @return the code unit the iterator currently refers to.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         current(void) const;
+
+  /**
+   * Returns the code point the iterator currently refers to.
+   * @return the code point the iterator currently refers to.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       current32(void) const;
+
+  /**
+   * Advances to the next code unit in the iteration range (toward
+   * endIndex()), and returns that code unit.  If there are no more
+   * code units to return, returns DONE.
+   * @return the next code unit in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         next(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Gets the current code unit for returning and advances to the next code unit
+   * in the iteration range
+   * (toward endIndex()).  If there are
+   * no more code units to return, returns DONE.
+   * @return the current code unit.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         nextPostInc(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Advances to the next code point in the iteration range (toward
+   * endIndex()), and returns that code point.  If there are no more
+   * code points to return, returns DONE.
+   * Note that iteration with "pre-increment" semantics is less
+   * efficient than iteration with "post-increment" semantics
+   * that is provided by next32PostInc().
+   * @return the next code point in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       next32(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Gets the current code point for returning and advances to the next code point
+   * in the iteration range
+   * (toward endIndex()).  If there are
+   * no more code points to return, returns DONE.
+   * @return the current point.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       next32PostInc(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Returns FALSE if there are no more code units or code points
+   * at or after the current position in the iteration range.
+   * This is used with nextPostInc() or next32PostInc() in forward
+   * iteration.
+   * @return FALSE if there are no more code units or code points
+   * at or after the current position in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UBool        hasNext();
+
+  /**
+   * Advances to the previous code unit in the iteration range (toward
+   * startIndex()), and returns that code unit.  If there are no more
+   * code units to return, returns DONE.
+   * @return the previous code unit in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar         previous(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Advances to the previous code point in the iteration range (toward
+   * startIndex()), and returns that code point.  If there are no more
+   * code points to return, returns DONE.
+   * @return the previous code point in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UChar32       previous32(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Returns FALSE if there are no more code units or code points
+   * before the current position in the iteration range.
+   * This is used with previous() or previous32() in backward
+   * iteration.
+   * @return FALSE if there are no more code units or code points
+   * before the current position in the iteration range.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UBool        hasPrevious();
+
+  /**
+   * Moves the current position relative to the start or end of the
+   * iteration range, or relative to the current position itself.
+   * The movement is expressed in numbers of code units forward
+   * or backward by specifying a positive or negative delta.
+   * @param delta the position relative to origin. A positive delta means forward;
+   * a negative delta means backward.
+   * @param origin Origin enumeration {kStart, kCurrent, kEnd}
+   * @return the new position
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual int32_t      move(int32_t delta, EOrigin origin);
+
+  /**
+   * Moves the current position relative to the start or end of the
+   * iteration range, or relative to the current position itself.
+   * The movement is expressed in numbers of code points forward
+   * or backward by specifying a positive or negative delta.
+   * @param delta the position relative to origin. A positive delta means forward;
+   * a negative delta means backward.
+   * @param origin Origin enumeration {kStart, kCurrent, kEnd}
+   * @return the new position
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual int32_t      move32(int32_t delta, EOrigin origin);
+
+  /**
+   * Sets the iterator to iterate over a new range of text
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  void setText(const UChar* newText, int32_t newTextLength);
+
+  /**
+   * Copies the UChar array under iteration into the UnicodeString
+   * referred to by "result".  Even if this iterator iterates across
+   * only a part of this string, the whole string is copied.
+   * @param result Receives a copy of the text under iteration.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual void            getText(UnicodeString& result);
+
+  /**
+   * Return a class ID for this class (not really public)
+   * @return a class ID for this class
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  static UClassID         U_EXPORT2 getStaticClassID(void);
+
+  /**
+   * Return a class ID for this object (not really public)
+   * @return a class ID for this object.
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  virtual UClassID        getDynamicClassID(void) const;
+
+protected:
+  /**
+   * Protected constructor
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  UCharCharacterIterator();
+  /**
+   * Protected member text
+   * @stable ICU 2.0
+   */
+  const UChar*            text;
+
+};
+
+U_NAMESPACE_END
+#endif

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+/*
+******************************************************************************
+*                                                                            *
+* Copyright (C) 2001-2005, International Business Machines                   *
+*                Corporation and others. All Rights Reserved.                *
+*                                                                            *
+******************************************************************************
+*   file name:  uclean.h
+*   encoding:   US-ASCII
+*   tab size:   8 (not used)
+*   indentation:4
+*
+*   created on: 2001July05
+*   created by: George Rhoten
+*/
+
+#ifndef __UCLEAN_H__
+#define __UCLEAN_H__
+
+#include "unicode/utypes.h"
+/**
+ * \file
+ * \brief C API: Initialize and clean up ICU
+ */
+ 
+/**
+ *  Initialize ICU. The description further below applies to ICU 2.6 to ICU 3.4.
+ *  Starting with ICU 3.4, u_init() needs not be called any more for
+ *  ensuring thread safety, but it can give an indication for whether ICU
+ *  can load its data. In ICU 3.4, it will try to load the converter alias table
+ *  (cnvalias.icu) and give an error code if that fails.
+ *  This may change in the future.
+ *  <p>
+ *  For ensuring the availability of necessary data, an application should
+ *  open the service objects (converters, collators, etc.) that it will use
+ *  and check for error codes there.
+ *  <p>
+ *  Documentation for ICU 2.6 to ICU 3.4:
+ *  <p>
+ *  This function loads and initializes data items
+ *  that are required internally by various ICU functions.  Use of this explicit
+ *  initialization is required in multi-threaded applications; in 
+ *  single threaded apps, use is optional, but incurs little additional
+ *  cost, and is thus recommended.
+ *  <p>
+ *  In multi-threaded applications, u_init() should be called  in the
+ *  main thread before starting additional threads, or, alternatively
+ *  it can be called in each individual thread once, before other ICU
+ *  functions are called in that thread.  In this second scenario, the
+ *  application must guarantee that the first call to u_init() happen
+ *  without contention, in a single thread only.
+ *  <p>
+ *  If <code>u_setMemoryFunctions()</code> or 
+ *  <code>u_setMutexFunctions</code> are needed (uncommon), they must be
+ *  called _before_ <code>u_init()</code>.
+ *  <p>
+ *  Extra, repeated, or otherwise unneeded calls to u_init() do no harm,
+ *  other than taking a small amount of time.
+ *
+ * @param status An ICU UErrorCode parameter. It must not be <code>NULL</code>.
+ *    An Error will be returned if some required part of ICU data can not
+ *    be loaded or initialized.
+ *    The function returns immediately if the input error code indicates a
+ *    failure, as usual.
+ *
+ * @stable ICU 2.6
+ */  
+U_STABLE void U_EXPORT2 
+u_init(UErrorCode *status);
+
+/**
+ * Clean up the system resources, such as allocated memory or open files,
+ * used in all ICU libraries. This will free/delete all memory owned by the
+ * ICU libraries, and return them to their original load state. All open ICU
+ * items (collators, resource bundles, converters, etc.) must be closed before
+ * calling this function, otherwise ICU may not free its allocated memory
+ * (e.g. close your converters and resource bundles before calling this
+ * function). Generally, this function should be called once just before
+ * an application exits. For applications that dynamically load and unload
+ * the ICU libraries (relatively uncommon), u_cleanup() should be called
+ * just before the library unload.
+ * <p>
+ * u_cleanup() also clears any ICU heap functions, mutex functions or
+ * trace functions that may have been set for the process.  
+ * This has the effect of restoring ICU to its initial condition, before
+ * any of these override functions were installed.  Refer to
+ * u_setMemoryFunctions(), u_setMutexFunctions and 
+ * utrace_setFunctions().  If ICU is to be reinitialized after after
+ * calling u_cleanup(), these runtime override functions will need to
+ * be set up again if they are still required.
+ * <p>
+ * u_cleanup() is not thread safe.  All other threads should stop using ICU
+ * before calling this function.
+ * <p>
+ * Any open ICU items will be left in an undefined state by u_cleanup(),
+ * and any subsequent attempt to use such an item will give unpredictable
+ * results.
+ * <p>
+ * After calling u_cleanup(), an application may continue to use ICU by
+ * calling u_init().  An application must invoke u_init() first from one single
+ * thread before allowing other threads call u_init().  All threads existing
+ * at the time of the first thread's call to u_init() must also call
+ * u_init() themselves before continuing with other ICU operations.  
+ * <p>
+ * The use of u_cleanup() just before an application terminates is optional,
+ * but it should be called only once for performance reasons. The primary
+ * benefit is to eliminate reports of memory or resource leaks originating
+ * in ICU code from the results generated by heap analysis tools.
+ * <p>
+ * <strong>Use this function with great care!</strong>
+ * </p>
+ *
+ * @stable ICU 2.0
+ * @system
+ */
+U_STABLE void U_EXPORT2 
+u_cleanup(void);
+
+
+
+
+/**
+  * An opaque pointer type that represents an ICU mutex.
+  * For user-implemented mutexes, the value will typically point to a
+  *  struct or object that implements the mutex.
+  * @stable ICU 2.8
+  * @system
+  */
+typedef void *UMTX;
+
+/**
+  *  Function Pointer type for a user supplied mutex initialization function.
+  *  The user-supplied function will be called by ICU whenever ICU needs to create a
+  *  new mutex.  The function implementation should create a mutex, and store a pointer
+  *  to something that uniquely identifies the mutex into the UMTX that is supplied
+  *  as a paramter.
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setMutexFunctions().
+  *  @param mutex   Receives a pointer that identifies the new mutex.
+  *                 The mutex init function must set the UMTX to a non-null value.   
+  *                 Subsequent calls by ICU to lock, unlock, or destroy a mutex will 
+  *                 identify the mutex by the UMTX value.
+  *  @param status  Error status.  Report errors back to ICU by setting this variable
+  *                 with an error code.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef void U_CALLCONV UMtxInitFn (const void *context, UMTX  *mutex, UErrorCode* status);
+
+
+/**
+  *  Function Pointer type for a user supplied mutex functions.
+  *  One of the  user-supplied functions with this signature will be called by ICU
+  *  whenever ICU needs to lock, unlock, or destroy a mutex.
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setMutexFunctions().
+  *  @param mutex   specify the mutex on which to operate.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef void U_CALLCONV UMtxFn   (const void *context, UMTX  *mutex);
+
+
+/**
+  *  Set the functions that ICU will use for mutex operations
+  *  Use of this function is optional; by default (without this function), ICU will
+  *  directly access system functions for mutex operations
+  *  This function can only be used when ICU is in an initial, unused state, before
+  *  u_init() has been called.
+  *  This function may be used even when ICU has been built without multi-threaded
+  *  support  (see ICU_USE_THREADS pre-processor variable, umutex.h)
+  *  @param context This pointer value will be saved, and then (later) passed as
+  *                 a parameter to the user-supplied mutex functions each time they
+  *                 are called. 
+  *  @param init    Pointer to a mutex initialization function.  Must be non-null.
+  *  @param destroy Pointer to the mutex destroy function.  Must be non-null.
+  *  @param lock    pointer to the mutex lock function.  Must be non-null.
+  *  @param unlock  Pointer to the mutex unlock function.  Must be non-null.
+  *  @param status  Receives error values.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */  
+U_STABLE void U_EXPORT2 
+u_setMutexFunctions(const void *context, UMtxInitFn *init, UMtxFn *destroy, UMtxFn *lock,
UMtxFn *unlock,
+                    UErrorCode *status);
+
+
+/**
+  *  Pointer type for a user supplied atomic increment or decrement function.
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setAtomicIncDecFunctions().
+  *  @param p   Pointer to a 32 bit int to be incremented or decremented
+  *  @return    The value of the variable after the inc or dec operation.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef int32_t U_CALLCONV UMtxAtomicFn(const void *context, int32_t *p);
+
+/**
+ *  Set the functions that ICU will use for atomic increment and decrement of int32_t values.
+ *  Use of this function is optional; by default (without this function), ICU will
+ *  use its own internal implementation of atomic increment/decrement.
+ *  This function can only be used when ICU is in an initial, unused state, before
+ *  u_init() has been called.
+ *  @param context This pointer value will be saved, and then (later) passed as
+ *                 a parameter to the increment and decrement functions each time they
+ *                 are called.  This function can only be called 
+ *  @param inc     Pointer to a function to do an atomic increment operation.  Must be non-null.
+ *  @param dec     Pointer to a function to do an atomic decrement operation.  Must be non-null.
+ *  @param status  Receives error values.
+ *  @stable ICU 2.8
+ *  @system
+ */  
+U_STABLE void U_EXPORT2 
+u_setAtomicIncDecFunctions(const void *context, UMtxAtomicFn *inc, UMtxAtomicFn *dec,
+                    UErrorCode *status);
+
+
+
+/**
+  *  Pointer type for a user supplied memory allocation function.
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setMemoryFunctions().
+  *  @param size    The number of bytes to be allocated
+  *  @return        Pointer to the newly allocated memory, or NULL if the allocation failed.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef void *U_CALLCONV UMemAllocFn(const void *context, size_t size);
+/**
+  *  Pointer type for a user supplied memory re-allocation function.
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setMemoryFunctions().
+  *  @param size    The number of bytes to be allocated
+  *  @return        Pointer to the newly allocated memory, or NULL if the allocation failed.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef void *U_CALLCONV UMemReallocFn(const void *context, void *mem, size_t size);
+/**
+  *  Pointer type for a user supplied memory free  function.  Behavior should be
+  *  similar the standard C library free().
+  *  @param context user supplied value, obtained from from u_setMemoryFunctions().
+  *  @param mem     Pointer to the memory block to be resized
+  *  @param size    The new size for the block
+  *  @return        Pointer to the resized memory block, or NULL if the resizing failed.
+  *  @stable ICU 2.8
+  *  @system
+  */
+typedef void  U_CALLCONV UMemFreeFn (const void *context, void *mem);
+
+/**
+ *  Set the functions that ICU will use for memory allocation.
+ *  Use of this function is optional; by default (without this function), ICU will
+ *  use the standard C library malloc() and free() functions.
+ *  This function can only be used when ICU is in an initial, unused state, before
+ *  u_init() has been called.
+ *  @param context This pointer value will be saved, and then (later) passed as
+ *                 a parameter to the memory functions each time they
+ *                 are called.
+ *  @param a       Pointer to a user-supplied malloc function.
+ *  @param r       Pointer to a user-supplied realloc function.
+ *  @param f       Pointer to a user-supplied free function.
+ *  @param status  Receives error values.
+ *  @stable ICU 2.8
+ *  @system
+ */  
+U_STABLE void U_EXPORT2 
+u_setMemoryFunctions(const void *context, UMemAllocFn *a, UMemReallocFn *r, UMemFreeFn *f,

+                    UErrorCode *status);
+
+#endif


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