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#ifndef _GLIBMM_MARKUP_H
#define _GLIBMM_MARKUP_H


/* $Id: markup.h 4 2005-05-13 20:47:18Z taybin $ */

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#include <glibmm/error.h>
#include <sigc++/sigc++.h>

#include <map>
#include <glibmmconfig.h>

GLIBMM_USING_STD(map)

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
extern "C" { typedef struct _GMarkupParseContext GMarkupParseContext; }
#endif


namespace Glib
{

/** @defgroup Markup Simple XML Subset Parser
 *
 * The Glib::Markup parser is intended to parse a simple markup format that's a
 * subset of XML. This is a small, efficient, easy-to-use parser. It should not
 * be used if you expect to interoperate with other applications generating
 * full-scale XML. However, it's very useful for application data files, config
 * files, etc. where you know your application will be the only one writing the
 * file. Full-scale XML parsers should be able to parse the subset used by
 * Glib::Markup parser, so you can easily migrate to full-scale XML at a later
 * time if the need arises.
 *
 * Glib::Markup is not guaranteed to signal an error on all invalid XML;
 * the parser may accept documents that an XML parser would not. However,
 * invalid XML documents are not considered valid Glib::Markup documents.
 *
 * @par Simplifications to XML include:
 *
 * - Only UTF-8 encoding is allowed.
 * - No user-defined entities.
 * - Processing instructions, comments and the doctype declaration are "passed
 *   through" but are not interpreted in any way.
 * - No DTD or validation.
 *
 * @par The markup format does support:
 *
 * - Elements
 * - Attributes
 * - 5 standard entities: <tt>\&amp; \&lt; \&gt; \&quot; \&apos;</tt>
 * - Character references
 * - Sections marked as <tt>CDATA</tt>
 *
 * @{
 */

/** %Exception class for markup parsing errors.
 */
00079 class MarkupError : public Glib::Error
{
public:
00082   enum Code
  {
00084     BAD_UTF8,
00085     EMPTY,
00086     PARSE,
00087     UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
00088     UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE,
00089     INVALID_CONTENT
  };

  MarkupError(Code error_code, const Glib::ustring& error_message);
  explicit MarkupError(GError* gobject);
  Code code() const;

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
private:
  static void throw_func(GError* gobject);
  friend void wrap_init(); // uses throw_func()
#endif
};


/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::BAD_UTF8
 * Text being parsed was not valid UTF-8.
 */
/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::EMPTY
 * Document contained nothing, or only whitespace.
 */
/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::PARSE
 * Document was ill-formed.
 */
/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT
 * This error should be set by Glib::Markup::Parser virtual methods;
 * element wasn't known.
 */
/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE
 * This error should be set by Glib::Markup::Parser virtual methods;
 * attribute wasn't known.
 */
/*! @var MarkupError::Code MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT
 * This error should be set by Glib::Markup::Parser virtual methods;
 * something was wrong with contents of the document, e.g. invalid attribute value.
 */

/** @} group Markup */


namespace Markup
{

00132 class ParseContext;

/** @ingroup Markup */
typedef Glib::MarkupError Error;


/** Escapes text so that the markup parser will parse it verbatim.
 * Less than, greater than, ampersand, etc. are replaced with the corresponding
 * entities.  This function would typically be used when writing out a file to
 * be parsed with the markup parser.
 * @ingroup Markup
 * @param text Some valid UTF-8 text.
 * @return Escaped text.
 */
Glib::ustring escape_text(const Glib::ustring& text);


/** @addtogroup glibmmEnums Enums and Flags */

/** There are no flags right now. Pass <tt>Glib::Markup::ParseFlags(0)</tt> for
 * the flags argument to all functions (this should be the default argument
 * anyway).
 * @ingroup glibmmEnums
 * @par Bitwise operators:
 * <tt>%ParseFlags operator|(ParseFlags, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags operator&(ParseFlags, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags operator^(ParseFlags, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags operator~(ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags& operator|=(ParseFlags&, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags& operator&=(ParseFlags&, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 * <tt>%ParseFlags& operator^=(ParseFlags&, ParseFlags)</tt><br>
 */
00164 enum ParseFlags
{
00166   DO_NOT_USE_THIS_UNSUPPORTED_FLAG = 1 << 0
};

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00170 inline ParseFlags operator|(ParseFlags lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) | static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00174 inline ParseFlags operator&(ParseFlags lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) & static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00178 inline ParseFlags operator^(ParseFlags lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) ^ static_cast<unsigned>(rhs)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00182 inline ParseFlags operator~(ParseFlags flags)
  { return static_cast<ParseFlags>(~static_cast<unsigned>(flags)); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00186 inline ParseFlags& operator|=(ParseFlags& lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) | static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00190 inline ParseFlags& operator&=(ParseFlags& lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) & static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }

/** @ingroup glibmmEnums */
00194 inline ParseFlags& operator^=(ParseFlags& lhs, ParseFlags rhs)
  { return (lhs = static_cast<ParseFlags>(static_cast<unsigned>(lhs) ^ static_cast<unsigned>(rhs))); }


/*! @var Markup::ParseFlags DO_NOT_USE_THIS_UNSUPPORTED_FLAG
 * Flag you should not use.
 */


/** Binary predicate used by Markup::Parser::AttributeMap.
 * @ingroup Markup
 * Unlike <tt>operator<(const ustring& lhs, const ustring& rhs)</tt>
 * which would be used by the default <tt>std::less<></tt> predicate,
 * the AttributeKeyLess predicate is locale-independent.  This is both
 * more correct and much more efficient.
 */
00210 class AttributeKeyLess
{
public:
  typedef Glib::ustring first_argument_type;
  typedef Glib::ustring second_argument_type;
  typedef bool          result_type;

  bool operator()(const Glib::ustring& lhs, const Glib::ustring& rhs) const;
};


#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
class ParserCallbacks;
#endif

/** The abstract markup parser base class.
 * @ingroup Markup
 * To implement a parser for your markup format, derive from
 * Glib::Markup::Parser and implement the virtual methods.
 *
 * You don't have to override all of the virtual methods.  If a particular
 * method is not implement the data passed to it will be ignored.  Except for
 * the error method, any of these callbacks can throw an error exception; in
 * particular the MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
 * MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE, and MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT errors
 * are intended to be thrown from these overridden methods. If you throw an
 * error from a method, Glib::Markup::ParseContext::parse() will report that
 * error back to its caller.
 */
00239 class Parser : public sigc::trackable
{
public:
  typedef std::map<Glib::ustring, Glib::ustring, Glib::Markup::AttributeKeyLess> AttributeMap;

  virtual ~Parser() = 0;

protected:
  /** Constructs a Parser object.
   * Note that Markup::Parser is an abstract class which can't be instantiated
   * directly.  To implement the parser for your markup format, derive from
   * Markup::Parser and implement the virtual methods.
   */
  Parser();

  /** Called for open tags <tt><foo bar="baz"></tt>.
   * This virtual method is invoked when the opening tag of an element is seen.
   * @param context The Markup::ParseContext object the parsed data belongs to.
   * @param element_name The name of the element.
   * @param attributes A map of attribute name/value pairs.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError An exception <em>you</em> should throw if
   * something went wrong, for instance if an unknown attribute name was
   * encountered.  In particular the MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
   * MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE, and MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT
   * errors are intended to be thrown from user-implemented methods.
   */
  virtual void on_start_element(ParseContext&        context,
                                const Glib::ustring& element_name,
                                const AttributeMap&  attributes);

  /** Called for close tags <tt></foo></tt>.
   * This virtual method is invoked when the closing tag of an element is seen.
   * @param context The Markup::ParseContext object the parsed data belongs to.
   * @param element_name The name of the element.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError An exception <em>you</em> should throw if
   * something went wrong, for instance if an unknown attribute name was
   * encountered.  In particular the MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
   * MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE, and MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT
   * errors are intended to be thrown from user-implemented methods.
   */
  virtual void on_end_element(ParseContext& context, const Glib::ustring& element_name);

  /** Called for character data.
   * This virtual method is invoked when some text is seen (text is always
   * inside an element).
   * @param context The Markup::ParseContext object the parsed data belongs to.
   * @param text The parsed text in UTF-8 encoding.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError An exception <em>you</em> should throw if
   * something went wrong, for instance if an unknown attribute name was
   * encountered.  In particular the MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
   * MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE, and MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT
   * errors are intended to be thrown from user-implemented methods.
   */
  virtual void on_text(ParseContext& context, const Glib::ustring& text);

  /** Called for strings that should be re-saved verbatim in this same
   * position, but are not otherwise interpretable.
   * This virtual method is invoked for comments, processing instructions and
   * doctype declarations; if you're re-writing the parsed document, write the
   * passthrough text back out in the same position.
   * @param context The Markup::ParseContext object the parsed data belongs to.
   * @param passthrough_text The text that should be passed through.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError An exception <em>you</em> should throw if
   * something went wrong, for instance if an unknown attribute name was
   * encountered.  In particular the MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ELEMENT,
   * MarkupError::UNKNOWN_ATTRIBUTE, and MarkupError::INVALID_CONTENT
   * errors are intended to be thrown from user-implemented methods.
   */
  virtual void on_passthrough(ParseContext& context, const Glib::ustring& passthrough_text);

  /** Called on error, including one thrown by an overridden virtual method.
   * @param context The Markup::ParseContext object the parsed data belongs to.
   * @param error A MarkupError object with detailed information about the error.
   */
  virtual void on_error(ParseContext& context, const MarkupError& error);

private:
  // noncopyable
  Parser(const Parser&);
  Parser& operator=(const Parser&);

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
  friend class Glib::Markup::ParserCallbacks;
#endif
};


/** A parse context is used to parse marked-up documents.
 * @ingroup Markup
 * You can feed any number of documents into a context, as long as no errors
 * occur; once an error occurs, the parse context can't continue to parse text
 * (you have to destroy it and create a new parse context).
 */
00332 class ParseContext : public sigc::trackable
{
public:
  /** Creates a new parse context.
   * @param parser A Markup::Parser instance.
   * @param flags Bitwise combination of Markup::ParseFlags.
   */
  explicit ParseContext(Parser& parser, ParseFlags flags = ParseFlags(0));
  virtual ~ParseContext();

  /** Feed some data to the ParseContext.
   * The data need not be valid UTF-8; an error will be signalled if it's
   * invalid. The data need not be an entire document; you can feed a document
   * into the parser incrementally, via multiple calls to this function.
   * Typically, as you receive data from a network connection or file, you feed
   * each received chunk of data into this function, aborting the process if an
   * error occurs. Once an error is reported, no further data may be fed to the
   * ParseContext; all errors are fatal.
   * @param text Chunk of text to parse.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError
   */
  void parse(const Glib::ustring& text);

  /** Feed some data to the ParseContext.
   * The data need not be valid UTF-8; an error will be signalled if it's
   * invalid. The data need not be an entire document; you can feed a document
   * into the parser incrementally, via multiple calls to this function.
   * Typically, as you receive data from a network connection or file, you feed
   * each received chunk of data into this function, aborting the process if an
   * error occurs. Once an error is reported, no further data may be fed to the
   * ParseContext; all errors are fatal.
   * @param text_begin Begin of chunk of text to parse.
   * @param text_end End of chunk of text to parse.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError
   */
  void parse(const char* text_begin, const char* text_end);

  /** Signals to the ParseContext that all data has been fed into the parse
   * context with parse(). This method reports an error if the document isn't
   * complete, for example if elements are still open.
   * @throw Glib::MarkupError
   */
  void end_parse();

  /** Retrieves the name of the currently open element.
   * @return The name of the currently open element, or <tt>""</tt>.
   */
  Glib::ustring get_element() const;

  /** Retrieves the current line number.
   * Intended for use in error messages; there are no strict semantics for what
   * constitutes the "current" line number other than "the best number we could
   * come up with for error messages."
   */
  int get_line_number() const;

  /** Retrieves the number of the current character on the current line.
   * Intended for use in error messages; there are no strict semantics for what
   * constitutes the "current" character number other than "the best number we
   * could come up with for error messages."
   */
  int get_char_number() const;

  Parser*       get_parser()       { return parser_; }
  const Parser* get_parser() const { return parser_; }

#ifndef DOXYGEN_SHOULD_SKIP_THIS
  GMarkupParseContext*       gobj()       { return gobject_; }
  const GMarkupParseContext* gobj() const { return gobject_; }
#endif

private:
  Markup::Parser*       parser_;
  GMarkupParseContext*  gobject_;

  // noncopyable
  ParseContext(const ParseContext&);
  ParseContext& operator=(const ParseContext&);

  static void destroy_notify_callback(void* data);
};

} // namespace Markup

} // namespace Glib


#endif /* _GLIBMM_MARKUP_H */


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