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// Copyright 2019 the V8 project authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "unicode/uversion.h"
namespace U_ICU_NAMESPACE {
class UnicodeSet;
} // namespace U_ICU_NAMESPACE
namespace v8 {
namespace internal {
// Functions to build special sets of Unicode characters that need special
// handling under "i" mode that cannot use closeOver(USET_CASE_INSENSITIVE).
// For the characters in the "ignore set", the process should not treat other
// characters in the result of closeOver(USET_CASE_INSENSITIVE) as case
// equivlant under the ECMA262 RegExp "i" mode because these characters are
// uppercase themselves that no other characters in the set uppercase to.
// For the characters in the "special add set", the proecess should add only
// those characters in the result of closeOver(USET_CASE_INSENSITIVE) which is
// not uppercase characters as case equivlant under the ECMA262 RegExp "i" mode
// and also that ONE uppercase character that other non uppercase character
// uppercase into to the set. Other uppercase characters in the result of
// closeOver(USET_CASE_INSENSITIVE) should not be considered because ECMA262
// RegExp "i" mode consider two characters as "case equivlant" if both
// characters uppercase to the same character.
// For example, consider the following case equivalent set defined by Unicode
// standard. Notice there are more than one uppercase characters in this set:
// U+212B Å Angstrom Sign - an uppercase character.
// U+00C5 Å Latin Capital Letter A with Ring Above - an uppercase character.
// U+00E5 å Latin Small Letter A with Ring Above - a lowercase character which
// uppercase to U+00C5.
// In this case equivlant set is a special set and need special handling while
// considering "case equivlant" under the ECMA262 RegExp "i" mode which is
// different than Unicode Standard:
// * U+212B should be included into the "ignore" set because there are no other
// characters, under the ECMA262 "i" mode, are considered as "case equivlant"
// to it because U+212B is itself an uppercase but neither U+00C5 nor U+00E5
// uppercase to U+212B.
// * U+00C5 and U+00E5 will both be included into the "special add" set. While
// calculate the "equivlant set" under ECMA262 "i" mode, the process will
// add U+00E5, because it is not an uppercase character in the set. The
// process will also add U+00C5, because it is the uppercase character which
// other non uppercase character, U+00C5, uppercase into.
// For characters not included in "ignore set" and "special add set", the
// process will just use closeOver(USET_CASE_INSENSITIVE) to calcualte, which is
// much faster.
// Under Unicode 12.0, there are only 7 characters in the "special add set" and
// 4 characters in "ignore set" so even the special add process is slower, it is
// limited to a small set of cases only.
// The implementation of these two function will be generated by calling ICU
// icu::UnicodeSet during the build time into gen/src/regexp/ by
// the code in src/regexp/
// These two function will be used with LazyInstance<> template to generate
// global sharable set to reduce memory usage and speed up performance.
// Function to build and return the Ignore set.
icu::UnicodeSet BuildIgnoreSet();
// Function to build and return the Special Add set.
icu::UnicodeSet BuildSpecialAddSet();
} // namespace internal
} // namespace v8
#endif // V8_INTL_SUPPORT