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REBOL [ Title: "UTF-8" Date: 2-Dec-2002 Name: "UTF-8" Version: 1.0.2 File: %utf-8.r Author: "Jan Skibinski" Needs: [%hof.r] Purpose: {Encoding and decoding of UCS strings to and from UTF-8 strings. } History: { Version 1.0.2: Added a simulation of a Unicode support. Version 1.0.1: A full range of optimizations has been applied, resulting in much improved speed. The entire scheme has been redesigned and the algorithms simplified. Most of the data tables have been removed. There are fewer functions but they are more generic. Version 1.0.0: Basic UTF-8 encoding and decoding functions. Limitations: Does not handle a big/little endian signatures yet. Needs thorough testing and algorithms optimalizations. } library: [ level: 'intermediate platform: 'all type: 'Tool domain: 'text tested-under: none support: none license: none see-also: none ] Email: %jan--skibinski--sympatico--ca Category: [crypt 4] Acknowledments: { Inspired by the script 'utf8-encode.r of RebOldes and Romano Paulo Tenca, which encodes Latin-1 strings. I'd like to thank RebOldes for his suggestions for improvements regarding the version 1.0.0. However the completely redesigned version 1.0.1 was already under way so his changes did not make it here. My thanks go also to Romano Paulo Tenca for converting my 'while loop to a 'parse loop and for a bunch of other optimization tricks, such as inlining and "precompilation" of fetch functions. } ] comment { UCS means: Universal Character Set (or Unicode) UCS-2 means: 2-byte representation of a character in UCS. UCS-4 means: 4-byte representation of a character in UCS. UTF-8 means: UCS Transformation Format using 8-bit octets. The following excerpt from: UTF-8 and Unicode FAQ for Unix/Linux, by Markus Kuhn provides motivations for using UTF-8. <<Using UCS-2 (or UCS-4) under Unix would lead to very severe problems. Strings with these encodings can contain as parts of many wide characters bytes like '\0' or '/' which have a special meaning in filenames and other C library function parameters. In addition, the majority of UNIX tools expects ASCII files and can't read 16-bit words as characters without major modifications. For these reasons, UCS-2 is not a suitable external encoding of Unicode in filenames, text files, environment variables, etc. The UTF-8 encoding defined in ISO 10646-1:2000 Annex D and also described in RFC 2279 as well as section 3.8 of the Unicode 3.0 standard does not have these problems. It is clearly the way to go for using Unicode under Unix-style operating systems.>> The copy of forementioned Annex D can be found on Markus site: Encoding and decoding functions implemented here are based on the descriptions of algorithms found in the Annex D. Testing: The page has many pointers to variety of test data. One of them is a UTF-8 sampler from Kermit pages of Columbia University, where the phrase "I can eat glass and it doesn't hurt me." is produced in dozens of world languages. } comment { ------------------------------------------------------------ SUMMARY of script UTF-8.R ------------------------------------------------------------ encode (integer -> string -> string) decode (integer -> string -> string) to-ucs (integer -> string -> string) } ; do %/e/rebol/view/public/ ; do %/e/rebol/view/public/ ; x: "chars: " ; y: encode 1 x ; t0: now/time/precise loop 1000 [decode 1 y] to decimal! now/time/precise - t0 comment { A table of the three fetch functions for cases k = 1, 2, 4, where k is a number of octets to fetch. Each function reads k octets and attempts to convert them to a single character if possible, otherwise it computes an integer represented by those characters. Case 3 is just a dummy placeholder. } fetch: reduce [ func[u][first u] func[u][ either 0 < first u [ 0 + (second u) + (256 * first u)][second u]] 3 func[u /local z][ z: 16777216 * first u + (65536 * second u) + (256 * third u) either 0 < z [z + fourth u][fourth u] ] ] comment { Data used by both 'encode and 'decode functions. Every non-zero element here has this property that its index within the block is equal to a total count of its consecutive most-significant 1-bits. The counter signals to the decoder a number of octets to use when decoding a character. } udata: [0 192 224 240 248 252] encode: func [ { Encode string of k-wide characters into UTF-8 string, where k: 1, 2 or 4. (integer -> string -> string) } k [integer!] ucs [string!] /local c f x result [string!] ][ result: make string! length? ucs f: pick fetch k parse/all ucs [any [c: k skip ( either 128 > x: f c [ insert tail result x ][ either x < 256 [ insert insert tail result x / 64 or 192 x and 63 or 128 ][ result: tail result until [ insert result to char! x and 63 or 128 128 > x: x and -64 / 64 ] insert result to char! x or pick udata 1 + length? result ] ] )]] head result ] decode: func [ { Decode a UTF-8 encoded string into UCS-k string, where k = 1, 2, 4. Encoded strings which originated from Latin-1 can be decoded with k = 1, 2, or 4. Other encoded Latin-m (m > 1) strings can be decoded either with k = 2 or k = 4, but not with k = 1. } k [integer!] xs [string!] /local m x c result [string!] ][ result: make string! (length? xs) * k while [not tail? xs][ x: first xs either x < 128 [ insert insert/dup tail result #"^@" k - 1 x ][ m: 8 - length? find enbase/base to binary! x 2 #"0" x: x xor pick udata m loop m - 1 [x: 64 * x + (63 and first xs: next xs)] result: tail result loop k - 1 [ insert result to char! x and 255 x: x and -256 / 256 ] insert result to char! x ] xs: next xs ] head result ] to-ucs: func [ { Convert 'ansi string to a string of wide characters: 1, 2, or 4 octets per character. This is an auxiliary function, just for testing. Note that when a UTF-encoded string is already available this function is no longer needed because such a string can be converted to a UCS-k string by simply invoking decode k utf-8-string . The condition is: k >= k-minimum. Hence any Latin-1 encoded string can be decoded to UCS-1, UCS-2 or UCS-4. Similarly, any Latin-2 encoded string can be decoded either to UCS-2 or UCS-4 but not to UCS-1. } k [integer!] ansi [string!] /local c result [string!] ][ either k > 1 [ result: make string! (length? ansi) * k parse/all ansi [any [c: skip ( insert insert/dup tail result #"^@" (k - 1) first c )]] ][ result: copy ansi ] result ] unicode-dir: %/e/rebol/unicode/ comment { Some Microsoft Windows codepages: } charset-windows: map (func[u][rejoin [unicode-dir u]]) [ %CP1252.TXT ; Western Europe %CP1250.TXT ; Central Europe ;%CP1257.TXT ; Baltic %CP1251.TXT ; Cyrillic ;%CP1253.TXT ; Greek ;%CP1254.TXT ; Turkish ;%CP1255.TXT ; Hebrew ;%CP1256.TXT ; Arabic ;%CP1258.TXT ; Viat Nam ] comment { ISO-8859 character sets } charset-iso: map (func[u][rejoin [unicode-dir u]]) [ %8859-1.TXT %8859-2.TXT %8859-3.TXT %8859-4.TXT %8859-5.TXT %8859-6.TXT %8859-7.TXT %8859-8.TXT %8859-9.TXT %8859-10.TXT %8859-11.TXT %8859-13.TXT %8859-14.TXT %8859-15.TXT %8859-16.TXT] comment { If standard 'debase does not work or crashes use this replacement. debase-16: func[ x ][ head insert tail insert x "16#{" "}" ] } cross-maps: func [ { A sorted union of all cross-maps 'xs, such as 'charset-windows or 'charset-iso. } xs /local zs result ][ zs: sort foldl1 :union (map :cross-map xs) result: make block! 2 * (length? zs) while [not tail? zs][ insert tail result first zs zs: next zs ] to-hash result ] cross-map: func [ { A block of pairs of codes read from a mapping 'file that maps an iso or a proprietary (MS, APPLE, ..) character set to a subset of unicode. All comments, empty lines and undefined elements have been removed. The 'file must be one of the cross mapping files published at . } file /local z u xs result ][ xs: read/lines file result: copy [] while [not tail? xs][ x: first xs if (length? x) >= 11 [ if (first x) <> #"#" [ z: make block! 2 u: debase/base copy/part skip x 7 4 16 if (length? u) > 0 [ insert z to-integer u insert tail z to-integer debase/base copy/part skip x 2 2 16 insert/only tail result z ] ] ] xs: next xs ] head result ] to-alias-string: func [ { String of "narrow" characters mapped from a 'ucs string of k-wide characters to currently selected charset, where 'xs is a unicode-to-charset mapping hashtable. Unmatched unicode codes are substituted by a character corresponding to integer 'subst. } k [integer!] xs [hash!] str [string!] subst [integer!] /local x result [string!] ][ f: pick fetch k result: make string! (length? str) while [not tail? str][ x: to integer! f str insert tail result to-alias-char xs x subst str: skip str k ] result ] to-alias-char: func [ { Character mapped from a unicode integer 'x to one of the characters from currently selected charset, where 'xs is a unicode-to-charset mapping hashtable. If no match is found return a substitute character corresponding to integer 'subst. } xs [hash!] x [integer!] subst [integer!] /local result [char!] ][ result: select/skip xs x 2 either not none? result [ to char! first result ][ to char! subst ] ] comment { ---------------------------------------------------------- Everything below this is just for testing. Comment it out or remove if you wish. ---------------------------------------------------------- } comment { A short sentence translated to a bunch of languages, from Latin-1,-2,-4,-5. For every keyword, such as 'Spanish there is a corresponding UTF-8 string. } glass: [ English {I can eat glass and it doesn't hurt me.} ; -- Latin-1 -- French {Je peux manger du verre, cela ne me fait pas mal.} Quebecois {J'peux manger d'la vitre, ça m'fa pas mal.} Spanish {Puedo comer vidrio, no me hace daño.} Portuguese {Posso comer vidro, não me faz mal.} Irish {Is féidir liom gloinne a ithe. N dhéanann s dochar ar bith dom} Norwegian {Eg kan etas utan å skada meg.} Swedish {Jag kan äta glas, det skadar mig inte.} Danish {Jeg kan spise glas, det gør ikke ondt på mig.} Dutch {Ik kan glas eten. Het doet me geen pijn.} Finnish {Pystyn syömään lasia. Seei koske yhtään.} ; -- Latin-2 -- Hungarian {Meg tudom enni az üveget, nem lesz tőle bajom} Polish {Mogę jeść szkło i mi nie szkodzi.} Czech {Mohu jst sklo, neublžmi.} Slovak {Môžem jesť sklo. Nezran ma.} Belarusian-Lacinka {Ja mahu jeści škło, jano mne ne škodzić.} ; -- Latin-4 -- Estonian {Ma võin klaasi süüa, see ei tee mulle midagi.} Latvian {Es varu ēst stiklu, tas man nekaitē.} Lithuanian {Aš galiu valgyti stiklą ir jis manęs nežeidžia.} ; -- Latin-5 -- Russian {Я могу е?ть ?текло, оно мне не вредит.} Belarusian-Cyrillic {Я магу е?ці шкло, ?но мне не шкодзіць.} Ukrainian {Я можу ї?ти шкло, й воно мені не пошкодить. } Bulgarian {Мога да ?м ?тъкло и не ме боли. } ]
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