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This module provides lazy stream encoding/decoding facilities for UTF-8,
the Unicode Transformation Format with 8-bit words.
2002-09-02 Sven Moritz Hallberg
-}
{-
2007-04-30 Henning Thielemann:
Slight changes to make decode lazy.
The calls of 'reverse' in the original version have broken laziness
and thus had memory leaks.
-}
module Data.String.UTF8
( encode
, decode
, decodeEmbedErrors
, encodeOne
, decodeOne
, Error
-- Haddock does not want to document signatures with private types
-- these functions should be moved to a utility module
) where
import Data.Char (ord, chr)
import Data.Word (Word8, Word16, Word32)
import Data.Bits (shiftL, shiftR, (.&.), (.|.))
import Data.List (unfoldr)
-- - UTF-8 in General -
-- Adapted from the Unicode standard, version 3.2,
-- Table 3.1 "UTF-8 Bit Distribution" (excluded are UTF-16 encodings):
-- Scalar 1st Byte 2nd Byte 3rd Byte 4th Byte
-- 000000000xxxxxxx 0xxxxxxx
-- 00000yyyyyxxxxxx 110yyyyy 10xxxxxx
-- zzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx 1110zzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx
-- 000uuuzzzzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx 11110uuu 10zzzzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx
-- Also from the Unicode standard, version 3.2,
-- Table 3.1B "Legal UTF-8 Byte Sequences":
-- Code Points 1st Byte 2nd Byte 3rd Byte 4th Byte
-- U+0000..U+007F 00..7F
-- U+0080..U+07FF C2..DF 80..BF
-- U+0800..U+0FFF E0 A0..BF 80..BF
-- U+1000..U+CFFF E1..EC 80..BF 80..BF
-- U+D000..U+D7FF ED 80..9F 80..BF
-- U+D800..U+DFFF ill-formed
-- U+E000..U+FFFF EE..EF 80..BF 80..BF
-- U+10000..U+3FFFF F0 90..BF 80..BF 80..BF
-- U+40000..U+FFFFF F1..F3 80..BF 80..BF 80..BF
-- U+100000..U+10FFFF F4 80..8F 80..BF 80..BF
-- - Encoding Functions -
-- Must the encoder ensure that no illegal byte sequences are output or
-- can we trust the Haskell system to supply only legal values?
-- For now I include error case for the surrogate values U+D800..U+DFFF and
-- out-of-range scalars.
-- The function is pretty much a transscript of table 3.1B with error checks.
-- It dispatches the actual encoding to functions specific to the number of
-- required bytes.
encodeOne :: Char -> [Word8]
encodeOne c
-- The report guarantees in (6.1.2) that this won't happen:
-- | n < 0 = error "encodeUTF8: ord returned a negative value"
| n < 0x0080 = encodeOne_onebyte n8
| n < 0x0800 = encodeOne_twobyte n16
| n < 0xD800 = encodeOne_threebyte n16
| n < 0xE000 = error "encodeUTF8: ord returned a surrogate value"
| n < 0x10000 = encodeOne_threebyte n16
-- Haskell 98 only talks about 16 bit characters, but ghc handles 20.1.
| n < 0x10FFFF = encodeOne_fourbyte n32
| otherwise = error "encodeUTF8: ord returned a value above 0x10FFFF"
where
n = ord c :: Int
n8 = fromIntegral n :: Word8
n16 = fromIntegral n :: Word16
n32 = fromIntegral n :: Word32
-- With the above, a stream decoder is trivial:
encode :: [Char] -> [Word8]
encode = concatMap encodeOne
-- Now follow the individual encoders for certain numbers of bytes...
-- _
-- / | __ ___ __ __
-- / ^| // /__/ // //
-- /.==| \\ //_ // //
-- It's // || // \_/_//_//_ and it's here to stay!
encodeOne_onebyte :: Word8 -> [Word8]
encodeOne_onebyte cp = [cp]
-- 00000yyyyyxxxxxx -> 110yyyyy 10xxxxxx
encodeOne_twobyte :: Word16 -> [Word8]
encodeOne_twobyte cp = [(0xC0.|.ys), (0x80.|.xs)]
where
xs, ys :: Word8
ys = fromIntegral (shiftR cp 6)
xs = (fromIntegral cp) .&. 0x3F
-- zzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx -> 1110zzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx
encodeOne_threebyte :: Word16 -> [Word8]
encodeOne_threebyte cp = [(0xE0.|.zs), (0x80.|.ys), (0x80.|.xs)]
where
xs, ys, zs :: Word8
xs = (fromIntegral cp) .&. 0x3F
ys = (fromIntegral (shiftR cp 6)) .&. 0x3F
zs = fromIntegral (shiftR cp 12)
-- 000uuuzzzzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx -> 11110uuu 10zzzzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx
encodeOne_fourbyte :: Word32 -> [Word8]
encodeOne_fourbyte cp = [0xF0.|.us, 0x80.|.zs, 0x80.|.ys, 0x80.|.xs]
where
xs, ys, zs, us :: Word8
xs = (fromIntegral cp) .&. 0x3F
ys = (fromIntegral (shiftR cp 6)) .&. 0x3F
zs = (fromIntegral (shiftR cp 12)) .&. 0x3F
us = fromIntegral (shiftR cp 18)
-- - Decoding -
-- The decoding is a bit more involved. The byte sequence could contain all
-- sorts of corruptions. The user must be able to either notice or ignore these
-- errors.
-- I will first look at the decoding of a single character. The process
-- consumes a certain number of bytes from the input. It returns the
-- remaining input and either an error and the index of its occurance in the
-- byte sequence or the decoded character.
data Error
-- The first byte in a sequence starts with either zero, two, three, or four
-- ones and one zero to indicate the length of the sequence. If it doesn't,
-- it is invalid. It is dropped and the next byte interpreted as the start
-- of a new sequence.
= InvalidFirstByte
-- All bytes in the sequence except the first match the bit pattern 10xxxxxx.
-- If one doesn't, it is invalid. The sequence up to that point is dropped
-- and the "invalid" byte interpreted as the start of a new sequence. The error
-- includes the length of the partial sequence and the number of expected bytes.
| InvalidLaterByte Int -- the byte at relative index n was invalid
-- If a sequence ends prematurely, it has been truncated. It dropped and
-- decoding stops. The error reports the actual and expected lengths of the
-- sequence.
| Truncated Int Int -- only n of m expected bytes were present
-- Some sequences would represent code points which would be encoded as a
-- shorter sequence by a conformant encoder. Such non-shortest sequences are
-- considered erroneous and dropped. The error reports the actual and
-- expected number of bytes used.
| NonShortest Int Int -- n instead of m bytes were used
-- Unicode code points are in the range of [0..0x10FFFF]. Any values outside
-- of those bounds are simply invalid.
| ValueOutOfBounds
-- There is no such thing as "surrogate pairs" any more in UTF-8. The
-- corresponding code points now form illegal byte sequences.
| Surrogate
deriving (Show, Eq)
-- Second, third, and fourth bytes share the common requirement to start
-- with the bit sequence 10. So, here's the function to check that property.
first_bits_not_10 :: Word8 -> Bool
first_bits_not_10 b
| (b.&.0xC0) /= 0x80 = True
| otherwise = False
-- Erm, OK, the single-character decoding function's return type is a bit
-- longish. It is a tripel:
-- - The first component contains the decoded character or an error
-- if the byte sequence was erroneous.
-- - The second component contains the number of bytes that were consumed
-- from the input.
-- - The third component contains the remaining bytes of input.
decodeOne :: [Word8] -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
decodeOne bs@(b1:rest)
| b1 < 0x80 = decodeOne_onebyte bs
| b1 < 0xC0 = (Left InvalidFirstByte, 1, rest)
| b1 < 0xE0 = decodeOne_twobyte bs
| b1 < 0xF0 = decodeOne_threebyte bs
| b1 < 0xF5 = decodeOne_fourbyte bs
| otherwise = (Left ValueOutOfBounds, 1, rest)
decodeOne [] = error "UTF8.decodeOne: No input"
-- 0xxxxxxx -> 000000000xxxxxxx
decodeOne_onebyte :: [Word8] -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
decodeOne_onebyte (b:bs) = (Right (cpToChar b), 1, bs)
decodeOne_onebyte[] = error "UTF8.decodeOne_onebyte: No input (can't happen)"
cpToChar :: Integral a => a -> Char
cpToChar = chr . fromIntegral
-- 110yyyyy 10xxxxxx -> 00000yyyyyxxxxxx
decodeOne_twobyte :: [Word8] -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
decodeOne_twobyte (_:[])
= (Left (Truncated 1 2), 1, [])
decodeOne_twobyte (b1:b2:bs)
| b1 < 0xC2 = (Left (NonShortest 2 1), 2, bs)
| first_bits_not_10 b2 = (Left (InvalidLaterByte 1), 1, (b2:bs))
| otherwise = (Right (cpToChar result), 2, bs)
where
xs, ys, result :: Word32
xs = fromIntegral (b2.&.0x3F)
ys = fromIntegral (b1.&.0x1F)
result = shiftL ys 6 .|. xs
decodeOne_twobyte[] = error "UTF8.decodeOne_twobyte: No input (can't happen)"
-- 1110zzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx -> zzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx
decodeOne_threebyte :: [Word8] -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
decodeOne_threebyte (_:[]) = threebyte_truncated 1
decodeOne_threebyte (_:_:[]) = threebyte_truncated 2
decodeOne_threebyte bs@(b1:b2:b3:rest)
| first_bits_not_10 b2
= (Left (InvalidLaterByte 1), 1, drop 1 bs)
| first_bits_not_10 b3
= (Left (InvalidLaterByte 2), 2, drop 2 bs)
| result < 0x0080
= (Left (NonShortest 3 1), 3, rest)
| result < 0x0800
= (Left (NonShortest 3 2), 3, rest)
| result >= 0xD800 && result < 0xE000
= (Left Surrogate, 3, rest)
| otherwise
= (Right (cpToChar result), 3, rest)
where
xs, ys, zs, result :: Word32
xs = fromIntegral (b3.&.0x3F)
ys = fromIntegral (b2.&.0x3F)
zs = fromIntegral (b1.&.0x0F)
result = shiftL zs 12 .|. shiftL ys 6 .|. xs
decodeOne_threebyte[]
= error "UTF8.decodeOne_threebyte: No input (can't happen)"
threebyte_truncated :: Int -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
threebyte_truncated n = (Left (Truncated n 3), n, [])
-- 11110uuu 10zzzzzz 10yyyyyy 10xxxxxx -> 000uuuzzzzzzyyyyyyxxxxxx
decodeOne_fourbyte :: [Word8] -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
decodeOne_fourbyte (_:[]) = fourbyte_truncated 1
decodeOne_fourbyte (_:_:[]) = fourbyte_truncated 2
decodeOne_fourbyte (_:_:_:[]) = fourbyte_truncated 3
decodeOne_fourbyte bs@(b1:b2:b3:b4:rest)
| first_bits_not_10 b2
= (Left (InvalidLaterByte 1), 1, drop 1 bs)
| first_bits_not_10 b3
= (Left (InvalidLaterByte 2), 2, drop 2 bs)
| first_bits_not_10 b4
= (Left (InvalidLaterByte 3), 3, drop 3 bs)
| result < 0x0080
= (Left (NonShortest 4 1), 4, rest)
| result < 0x0800
= (Left (NonShortest 4 2), 4, rest)
| result < 0x10000
= (Left (NonShortest 4 3), 4, rest)
| result > 0x10FFFF
= (Left ValueOutOfBounds, 4, rest)
| otherwise
= (Right (cpToChar result), 4, rest)
where
xs, ys, zs, us, result :: Word32
xs = fromIntegral (b4 .&. 0x3F)
ys = fromIntegral (b3 .&. 0x3F)
zs = fromIntegral (b2 .&. 0x3F)
us = fromIntegral (b1 .&. 0x07)
result = xs .|. shiftL ys 6 .|. shiftL zs 12 .|. shiftL us 18
decodeOne_fourbyte[]
= error "UTF8.decodeOne_fourbyte: No input (can't happen)"
fourbyte_truncated :: Int -> (Either Error Char, Int, [Word8])
fourbyte_truncated n = (Left (Truncated n 4), n, [])
-- The decoder examines all input, recording decoded characters as well as
-- error-index pairs along the way.
decode :: [Word8] -> ([Char], [(Error,Int)])
decode = swap . partitionEither . decodeEmbedErrors
decodeEmbedErrors :: [Word8] -> [Either (Error,Int) Char]
decodeEmbedErrors =
unfoldr (\(pos,xs) ->
toMaybe
(not $ null xs)
(let (c,n,rest) = decodeOne xs
in (either (\err -> Left (err,pos)) Right c,
(pos+n,rest)))) .
(,) 0
swap :: (a,b) -> (b,a)
swap (x,y) = (y,x)
{-# INLINE swap #-}
partitionEither :: [Either a b] -> ([a], [b])
partitionEither =
foldr (\x ~(ls,rs) -> either (\l -> (l:ls,rs)) (\r -> (ls,r:rs)) x) ([],[])
{-# INLINE partitionEither #-}
toMaybe :: Bool -> a -> Maybe a
toMaybe False _ = Nothing
toMaybe True x = Just x
{-# INLINE toMaybe #-}
-- ------------------------------------------------------------