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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
// This file implements utility functions for eliding and formatting UI text.
// Note that several of the functions declared in text_elider.h are implemented
// in this file using helper classes in an unnamed namespace.
#include "ui/gfx/text_elider.h"
#include <stdint.h>
#include <algorithm>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/files/file_path.h"
#include "base/i18n/break_iterator.h"
#include "base/i18n/char_iterator.h"
#include "base/i18n/rtl.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/strings/string_split.h"
#include "base/strings/string_util.h"
#include "base/strings/sys_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "build/build_config.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/rbbi.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/uloc.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/umachine.h"
#include "ui/gfx/font_list.h"
#include "ui/gfx/geometry/rect_conversions.h"
#include "ui/gfx/render_text.h"
#include "ui/gfx/text_utils.h"
using base::ASCIIToUTF16;
using base::UTF8ToUTF16;
using base::WideToUTF16;
namespace gfx {
namespace {
#if defined(OS_ANDROID) || defined(OS_IOS)
// The returned string will have at least one character besides the ellipsis
// on either side of '@'; if that's impossible, a single ellipsis is returned.
// If possible, only the username is elided. Otherwise, the domain is elided
// in the middle, splitting available width equally with the elided username.
// If the username is short enough that it doesn't need half the available
// width, the elided domain will occupy that extra width.
base::string16 ElideEmail(const base::string16& email,
const FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width) {
if (GetStringWidthF(email, font_list) <= available_pixel_width)
return email;
// Split the email into its local-part (username) and domain-part. The email
// spec allows for @ symbols in the username under some special requirements,
// but not in the domain part, so splitting at the last @ symbol is safe.
const size_t split_index = email.find_last_of('@');
DCHECK_NE(split_index, base::string16::npos);
base::string16 username = email.substr(0, split_index);
base::string16 domain = email.substr(split_index + 1);
// Subtract the @ symbol from the available width as it is mandatory.
const base::string16 kAtSignUTF16 = ASCIIToUTF16("@");
available_pixel_width -= GetStringWidthF(kAtSignUTF16, font_list);
// Check whether eliding the domain is necessary: if eliding the username
// is sufficient, the domain will not be elided.
const float full_username_width = GetStringWidthF(username, font_list);
const float available_domain_width =
available_pixel_width -
GetStringWidthF(username.substr(0, 1) + kEllipsisUTF16,
if (GetStringWidthF(domain, font_list) > available_domain_width) {
// Elide the domain so that it only takes half of the available width.
// Should the username not need all the width available in its half, the
// domain will occupy the leftover width.
// If |desired_domain_width| is greater than |available_domain_width|: the
// minimal username elision allowed by the specifications will not fit; thus
// |desired_domain_width| must be <= |available_domain_width| at all cost.
const float desired_domain_width =
std::max(available_pixel_width - full_username_width,
available_pixel_width / 2));
domain = ElideText(domain, font_list, desired_domain_width, ELIDE_MIDDLE);
// Failing to elide the domain such that at least one character remains
// (other than the ellipsis itself) remains: return a single ellipsis.
if (domain.length() <= 1U)
return base::string16(kEllipsisUTF16);
// Fit the username in the remaining width (at this point the elided username
// is guaranteed to fit with at least one character remaining given all the
// precautions taken earlier).
available_pixel_width -= GetStringWidthF(domain, font_list);
username = ElideText(username, font_list, available_pixel_width, ELIDE_TAIL);
return username + kAtSignUTF16 + domain;
bool GetDefaultWhitespaceElision(bool elide_in_middle,
bool elide_at_beginning) {
return elide_at_beginning || !elide_in_middle;
} // namespace
// U+2026 in utf8
const char kEllipsis[] = "\xE2\x80\xA6";
const base::char16 kEllipsisUTF16[] = { 0x2026, 0 };
const base::char16 kForwardSlash = '/';
StringSlicer::StringSlicer(const base::string16& text,
const base::string16& ellipsis,
bool elide_in_middle,
bool elide_at_beginning,
base::Optional<bool> elide_whitespace)
: text_(text),
? *elide_whitespace
: GetDefaultWhitespaceElision(elide_in_middle,
elide_at_beginning)) {
base::string16 StringSlicer::CutString(size_t length,
bool insert_ellipsis) const {
const base::string16 ellipsis_text =
insert_ellipsis ? ellipsis_ : base::string16();
// For visual consistency, when eliding at either end of the string, excess
// space should be trimmed from the text to return "Foo bar..." instead of
// "Foo bar ...".
if (elide_at_beginning_) {
return ellipsis_text +
text_.substr(FindValidBoundaryAfter(text_, text_.length() - length,
if (!elide_in_middle_) {
return text_.substr(
0, FindValidBoundaryBefore(text_, length, elide_whitespace_)) +
// Put the extra character, if any, before the cut.
// Extra space around the ellipses will *not* be trimmed for |elide_in_middle|
// mode (we can change this later). The reason is that when laying out a
// column of middle-trimmed lines of text (such as a list of paths), the
// desired appearance is to be fully justified and the elipses should more or
// less line up; eliminating space would make the text look more ragged.
const size_t half_length = length / 2;
const size_t prefix_length =
FindValidBoundaryBefore(text_, length - half_length, elide_whitespace_);
const size_t suffix_start = FindValidBoundaryAfter(
text_, text_.length() - half_length, elide_whitespace_);
return text_.substr(0, prefix_length) + ellipsis_text +
base::string16 ElideFilename(const base::FilePath& filename,
const FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width) {
#if defined(OS_WIN)
base::string16 filename_utf16 = filename.value();
base::string16 extension = filename.Extension();
base::string16 rootname = filename.BaseName().RemoveExtension().value();
#elif defined(OS_POSIX) || defined(OS_FUCHSIA)
base::string16 filename_utf16 = WideToUTF16(base::SysNativeMBToWide(
base::string16 extension = WideToUTF16(base::SysNativeMBToWide(
base::string16 rootname = WideToUTF16(base::SysNativeMBToWide(
const float full_width = GetStringWidthF(filename_utf16, font_list);
if (full_width <= available_pixel_width)
return base::i18n::GetDisplayStringInLTRDirectionality(filename_utf16);
if (rootname.empty() || extension.empty()) {
const base::string16 elided_name =
ElideText(filename_utf16, font_list, available_pixel_width, ELIDE_TAIL);
return base::i18n::GetDisplayStringInLTRDirectionality(elided_name);
const float ext_width = GetStringWidthF(extension, font_list);
const float root_width = GetStringWidthF(rootname, font_list);
// We may have trimmed the path.
if (root_width + ext_width <= available_pixel_width) {
const base::string16 elided_name = rootname + extension;
return base::i18n::GetDisplayStringInLTRDirectionality(elided_name);
if (ext_width >= available_pixel_width) {
const base::string16 elided_name = ElideText(
rootname + extension, font_list, available_pixel_width, ELIDE_MIDDLE);
return base::i18n::GetDisplayStringInLTRDirectionality(elided_name);
float available_root_width = available_pixel_width - ext_width;
base::string16 elided_name =
ElideText(rootname, font_list, available_root_width, ELIDE_TAIL);
elided_name += extension;
return base::i18n::GetDisplayStringInLTRDirectionality(elided_name);
base::string16 ElideText(const base::string16& text,
const FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width,
ElideBehavior behavior) {
#if !defined(OS_ANDROID) && !defined(OS_IOS)
std::unique_ptr<RenderText> render_text = RenderText::CreateRenderText();
// TODO(bshe): 5000 is out dated. We should remove it. See
// Do not bother accurately sizing strings over 5000 characters here, for
// performance purposes. This matches the behavior of Canvas::SizeStringFloat.
available_pixel_width = std::ceil(available_pixel_width);
gfx::ToEnclosingRect(gfx::RectF(gfx::SizeF(available_pixel_width, 1))));
return render_text->GetDisplayText();
if (text.empty() || behavior == FADE_TAIL || behavior == NO_ELIDE ||
GetStringWidthF(text, font_list) <= available_pixel_width) {
return text;
if (behavior == ELIDE_EMAIL)
return ElideEmail(text, font_list, available_pixel_width);
const bool elide_in_middle = (behavior == ELIDE_MIDDLE);
const bool elide_at_beginning = (behavior == ELIDE_HEAD);
const bool insert_ellipsis = (behavior != TRUNCATE);
const base::string16 ellipsis = base::string16(kEllipsisUTF16);
StringSlicer slicer(text, ellipsis, elide_in_middle, elide_at_beginning);
if (insert_ellipsis &&
GetStringWidthF(ellipsis, font_list) > available_pixel_width)
return base::string16();
// Use binary search to compute the elided text.
size_t lo = 0;
size_t hi = text.length() - 1;
size_t guess;
base::string16 cut;
for (guess = (lo + hi) / 2; lo <= hi; guess = (lo + hi) / 2) {
// We check the width of the whole desired string at once to ensure we
// handle kerning/ligatures/etc. correctly.
// TODO(skanuj) : Handle directionality of ellipsis based on adjacent
// characters. See
cut = slicer.CutString(guess, insert_ellipsis);
const float guess_width = GetStringWidthF(cut, font_list);
if (guess_width == available_pixel_width)
if (guess_width > available_pixel_width) {
hi = guess - 1;
// Move back on the loop terminating condition when the guess is too wide.
if (hi < lo)
lo = hi;
} else {
lo = guess + 1;
return cut;
bool ElideString(const base::string16& input,
size_t max_len,
base::string16* output) {
if (input.length() <= max_len) {
return false;
switch (max_len) {
case 0:
case 1:
output->assign(input.substr(0, 1));
case 2:
output->assign(input.substr(0, 2));
case 3:
output->assign(input.substr(0, 1) + ASCIIToUTF16(".") +
input.substr(input.length() - 1));
case 4:
output->assign(input.substr(0, 1) + ASCIIToUTF16("..") +
input.substr(input.length() - 1));
default: {
size_t rstr_len = (max_len - 3) / 2;
size_t lstr_len = rstr_len + ((max_len - 3) % 2);
output->assign(input.substr(0, lstr_len) + ASCIIToUTF16("...") +
input.substr(input.length() - rstr_len));
return true;
namespace {
// Internal class used to track progress of a rectangular string elide
// operation. Exists so the top-level ElideRectangleString() function
// can be broken into smaller methods sharing this state.
class RectangleString {
RectangleString(size_t max_rows, size_t max_cols,
bool strict, base::string16 *output)
: max_rows_(max_rows),
output_(output) {}
// Perform deferred initializations following creation. Must be called
// before any input can be added via AddString().
void Init() { output_->clear(); }
// Add an input string, reformatting to fit the desired dimensions.
// AddString() may be called multiple times to concatenate together
// multiple strings into the region (the current caller doesn't do
// this, however).
void AddString(const base::string16& input);
// Perform any deferred output processing. Must be called after the
// last AddString() call has occurred.
bool Finalize();
// Add a line to the rectangular region at the current position,
// either by itself or by breaking it into words.
void AddLine(const base::string16& line);
// Add a word to the rectangular region at the current position,
// either by itself or by breaking it into characters.
void AddWord(const base::string16& word);
// Add text to the output string if the rectangular boundaries
// have not been exceeded, advancing the current position.
void Append(const base::string16& string);
// Set the current position to the beginning of the next line. If
// |output| is true, add a newline to the output string if the rectangular
// boundaries have not been exceeded. If |output| is false, we assume
// some other mechanism will (likely) do similar breaking after the fact.
void NewLine(bool output);
// Maximum number of rows allowed in the output string.
size_t max_rows_;
// Maximum number of characters allowed in the output string.
size_t max_cols_;
// Current row position, always incremented and may exceed max_rows_
// when the input can not fit in the region. We stop appending to
// the output string, however, when this condition occurs. In the
// future, we may want to expose this value to allow the caller to
// determine how many rows would actually be required to hold the
// formatted string.
size_t current_row_;
// Current character position, should never exceed max_cols_.
size_t current_col_;
// True when we do whitespace to newline conversions ourselves.
bool strict_;
// True when some of the input has been truncated.
bool suppressed_;
// String onto which the output is accumulated.
base::string16* output_;
void RectangleString::AddString(const base::string16& input) {
base::i18n::BreakIterator lines(input,
if (lines.Init()) {
while (lines.Advance())
} else {
NOTREACHED() << "BreakIterator (lines) init failed";
bool RectangleString::Finalize() {
if (suppressed_) {
return true;
return false;
void RectangleString::AddLine(const base::string16& line) {
if (line.length() < max_cols_) {
} else {
base::i18n::BreakIterator words(line,
if (words.Init()) {
while (words.Advance())
} else {
NOTREACHED() << "BreakIterator (words) init failed";
// Account for naturally-occuring newlines.
current_col_ = 0;
void RectangleString::AddWord(const base::string16& word) {
if (word.length() < max_cols_) {
// Word can be made to fit, no need to fragment it.
if (current_col_ + word.length() >= max_cols_)
} else {
// Word is so big that it must be fragmented.
int array_start = 0;
int char_start = 0;
base::i18n::UTF16CharIterator chars(&word);
while (!chars.end()) {
// When boundary is hit, add as much as will fit on this line.
if (current_col_ + (chars.char_offset() - char_start) >= max_cols_) {
Append(word.substr(array_start, chars.array_pos() - array_start));
array_start = chars.array_pos();
char_start = chars.char_offset();
// Add the last remaining fragment, if any.
if (array_start != chars.array_pos())
Append(word.substr(array_start, chars.array_pos() - array_start));
void RectangleString::Append(const base::string16& string) {
if (current_row_ < max_rows_)
suppressed_ = true;
current_col_ += string.length();
void RectangleString::NewLine(bool output) {
if (current_row_ < max_rows_) {
if (output)
} else {
suppressed_ = true;
current_col_ = 0;
// Internal class used to track progress of a rectangular text elide
// operation. Exists so the top-level ElideRectangleText() function
// can be broken into smaller methods sharing this state.
class RectangleText {
RectangleText(const FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width,
int available_pixel_height,
WordWrapBehavior wrap_behavior,
std::vector<base::string16>* lines)
: font_list_(font_list),
lines_(lines) {}
// Perform deferred initializations following creation. Must be called
// before any input can be added via AddString().
void Init() { lines_->clear(); }
// Add an input string, reformatting to fit the desired dimensions.
// AddString() may be called multiple times to concatenate together
// multiple strings into the region (the current caller doesn't do
// this, however).
void AddString(const base::string16& input);
// Perform any deferred output processing. Must be called after the last
// AddString() call has occurred. Returns a combination of
// |ReformattingResultFlags| indicating whether the given width or height was
// insufficient, leading to elision or truncation.
int Finalize();
// Add a line to the rectangular region at the current position,
// either by itself or by breaking it into words.
void AddLine(const base::string16& line);
// Wrap the specified word across multiple lines.
int WrapWord(const base::string16& word);
// Add a long word - wrapping, eliding or truncating per the wrap behavior.
int AddWordOverflow(const base::string16& word);
// Add a word to the rectangular region at the current position.
int AddWord(const base::string16& word);
// Append the specified |text| to the current output line, incrementing the
// running width by the specified amount. This is an optimization over
// |AddToCurrentLine()| when |text_width| is already known.
void AddToCurrentLineWithWidth(const base::string16& text, float text_width);
// Append the specified |text| to the current output line.
void AddToCurrentLine(const base::string16& text);
// Set the current position to the beginning of the next line.
bool NewLine();
// The font list used for measuring text width.
const FontList& font_list_;
// The height of each line of text.
const int line_height_;
// The number of pixels of available width in the rectangle.
const float available_pixel_width_;
// The number of pixels of available height in the rectangle.
const int available_pixel_height_;
// The wrap behavior for words that are too long to fit on a single line.
const WordWrapBehavior wrap_behavior_;
// The current running width.
float current_width_ = 0;
// The current running height.
int current_height_ = 0;
// The current line of text.
base::string16 current_line_;
// Indicates whether the last line ended with \n.
bool last_line_ended_in_lf_ = false;
// The output vector of lines.
std::vector<base::string16>* lines_;
// Indicates whether a word was so long that it had to be truncated or elided
// to fit the available width.
bool insufficient_width_ = false;
// Indicates whether there were too many lines for the available height.
bool insufficient_height_ = false;
// Indicates whether the very first word was truncated.
bool first_word_truncated_ = false;
void RectangleText::AddString(const base::string16& input) {
base::i18n::BreakIterator lines(input,
if (lines.Init()) {
while (!insufficient_height_ && lines.Advance()) {
base::string16 line = lines.GetString();
// The BREAK_NEWLINE iterator will keep the trailing newline character,
// except in the case of the last line, which may not have one. Remove
// the newline character, if it exists.
last_line_ended_in_lf_ = !line.empty() && line.back() == '\n';
if (last_line_ended_in_lf_)
line.resize(line.length() - 1);
} else {
NOTREACHED() << "BreakIterator (lines) init failed";
int RectangleText::Finalize() {
// Remove trailing whitespace from the last line or remove the last line
// completely, if it's just whitespace.
if (!insufficient_height_ && !lines_->empty()) {
base::TrimWhitespace(lines_->back(), base::TRIM_TRAILING, &lines_->back());
if (lines_->back().empty() && !last_line_ended_in_lf_)
if (last_line_ended_in_lf_)
return (insufficient_width_ ? INSUFFICIENT_SPACE_HORIZONTAL : 0) |
(insufficient_height_ ? INSUFFICIENT_SPACE_VERTICAL : 0) |
(first_word_truncated_ ? INSUFFICIENT_SPACE_FOR_FIRST_WORD : 0);
void RectangleText::AddLine(const base::string16& line) {
const float line_width = GetStringWidthF(line, font_list_);
if (line_width <= available_pixel_width_) {
AddToCurrentLineWithWidth(line, line_width);
} else {
// Iterate over positions that are valid to break the line at. In general,
// these are word boundaries but after any punctuation following the word.
base::i18n::BreakIterator words(line,
if (words.Init()) {
while (words.Advance()) {
const bool truncate = !current_line_.empty();
const base::string16& word = words.GetString();
const int lines_added = AddWord(word);
if (lines_added) {
if (truncate) {
// Trim trailing whitespace from the line that was added.
const size_t new_line = lines_->size() - lines_added;
base::TrimWhitespace(lines_->at(new_line), base::TRIM_TRAILING,
if (base::ContainsOnlyChars(word, base::kWhitespaceUTF16)) {
// Skip the first space if the previous line was carried over.
current_width_ = 0;
} else {
NOTREACHED() << "BreakIterator (words) init failed";
// Account for naturally-occuring newlines.
int RectangleText::WrapWord(const base::string16& word) {
// Word is so wide that it must be fragmented.
base::string16 text = word;
int lines_added = 0;
bool first_fragment = true;
while (!insufficient_height_ && !text.empty()) {
base::string16 fragment =
ElideText(text, font_list_, available_pixel_width_, TRUNCATE);
// At least one character has to be added at every line, even if the
// available space is too small.
if (fragment.empty())
fragment = text.substr(0, 1);
if (!first_fragment && NewLine())
text = text.substr(fragment.length());
first_fragment = false;
return lines_added;
int RectangleText::AddWordOverflow(const base::string16& word) {
int lines_added = 0;
// Unless this is the very first word, put it on a new line.
if (!current_line_.empty()) {
if (!NewLine())
return 0;
} else if (lines_->empty()) {
first_word_truncated_ = true;
if (wrap_behavior_ == IGNORE_LONG_WORDS) {
current_line_ = word;
current_width_ = available_pixel_width_;
} else if (wrap_behavior_ == WRAP_LONG_WORDS) {
lines_added += WrapWord(word);
} else {
const ElideBehavior elide_behavior =
const base::string16 elided_word =
ElideText(word, font_list_, available_pixel_width_, elide_behavior);
insufficient_width_ = true;
return lines_added;
int RectangleText::AddWord(const base::string16& word) {
int lines_added = 0;
base::string16 trimmed;
base::TrimWhitespace(word, base::TRIM_TRAILING, &trimmed);
const float trimmed_width = GetStringWidthF(trimmed, font_list_);
if (trimmed_width <= available_pixel_width_) {
// Word can be made to fit, no need to fragment it.
if ((current_width_ + trimmed_width > available_pixel_width_) && NewLine())
// Append the non-trimmed word, in case more words are added after.
} else {
lines_added = AddWordOverflow(wrap_behavior_ == IGNORE_LONG_WORDS ?
trimmed : word);
return lines_added;
void RectangleText::AddToCurrentLine(const base::string16& text) {
AddToCurrentLineWithWidth(text, GetStringWidthF(text, font_list_));
void RectangleText::AddToCurrentLineWithWidth(const base::string16& text,
float text_width) {
if (current_height_ >= available_pixel_height_) {
insufficient_height_ = true;
current_width_ += text_width;
bool RectangleText::NewLine() {
bool line_added = false;
if (current_height_ < available_pixel_height_) {
line_added = true;
} else {
insufficient_height_ = true;
current_height_ += line_height_;
current_width_ = 0;
return line_added;
} // namespace
bool ElideRectangleString(const base::string16& input, size_t max_rows,
size_t max_cols, bool strict,
base::string16* output) {
RectangleString rect(max_rows, max_cols, strict, output);
return rect.Finalize();
int ElideRectangleText(const base::string16& input,
const FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width,
int available_pixel_height,
WordWrapBehavior wrap_behavior,
std::vector<base::string16>* lines) {
RectangleText rect(font_list, available_pixel_width, available_pixel_height,
wrap_behavior, lines);
return rect.Finalize();
base::string16 TruncateString(const base::string16& string,
size_t length,
BreakType break_type) {
const bool word_break = break_type == WORD_BREAK;
DCHECK(word_break || (break_type == CHARACTER_BREAK));
if (string.size() <= length)
return string; // No need to elide.
if (length == 0)
return base::string16(); // No room for anything, even an ellipsis.
// Added to the end of strings that are too big.
static const base::char16 kElideString[] = { 0x2026, 0 };
if (length == 1)
return kElideString; // Only room for an ellipsis.
int32_t index = static_cast<int32_t>(length - 1);
if (word_break) {
// Use a word iterator to find the first boundary.
UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
std::unique_ptr<icu::BreakIterator> bi(
icu::Locale::getDefault(), status));
if (U_FAILURE(status))
return string.substr(0, length - 1) + kElideString;
icu::UnicodeString bi_text(string.c_str());
index = bi->preceding(static_cast<int32_t>(length));
if (index == icu::BreakIterator::DONE || index == 0) {
// We either found no valid word break at all, or one right at the
// beginning of the string. Go back to the end; we'll have to break in the
// middle of a word.
index = static_cast<int32_t>(length - 1);
// By this point, |index| should point at the character that's a candidate for
// replacing with an ellipsis. Use a character iterator to check previous
// characters and stop as soon as we find a previous non-whitespace character.
icu::StringCharacterIterator char_iterator(string.c_str());
while (char_iterator.hasPrevious()) {
if (!(u_isspace(char_iterator.current()) ||
u_charType(char_iterator.current()) == U_CONTROL_CHAR ||
u_charType(char_iterator.current()) == U_NON_SPACING_MARK)) {
// Not a whitespace character. Truncate to everything up to and including
// this character, and append an ellipsis.;
return string.substr(0, char_iterator.getIndex()) + kElideString;
// Couldn't find a previous non-whitespace character. If we were originally
// word-breaking, and index != length - 1, then the string is |index|
// whitespace characters followed by a word we're trying to break in the midst
// of, and we can fit at least one character of the word in the elided string.
// Do that rather than just returning an ellipsis.
if (word_break && (index != static_cast<int32_t>(length - 1)))
return string.substr(0, length - 1) + kElideString;
// Trying to break after only whitespace, elide all of it.
return kElideString;
} // namespace gfx