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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 defines utility functions for eliding and formatting UI text.
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/basictypes.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "ui/gfx/gfx_export.h"
#include "ui/gfx/text_constants.h"
class GURL;
namespace base {
class FilePath;
namespace gfx {
class FontList;
GFX_EXPORT extern const char kEllipsis[];
GFX_EXPORT extern const base::char16 kEllipsisUTF16[];
GFX_EXPORT extern const base::char16 kForwardSlash;
// Helper class to split + elide text, while respecting UTF-16 surrogate pairs
// and combining character sequences.
class GFX_EXPORT StringSlicer {
// Warning: Retains a reference to |text| and |ellipsis|. They must have a
// longer lifetime than the StringSlicer.
StringSlicer(const base::string16& text,
const base::string16& ellipsis,
bool elide_in_middle,
bool elide_at_beginning);
// Cuts |text_| to be at most |length| UTF-16 code units long. If
// |elide_in_middle_| is true, the middle of the string is removed to leave
// equal-length pieces from the beginning and end of the string; otherwise,
// the end of the string is removed and only the beginning remains. If
// |insert_ellipsis| is true, then an ellipsis character will be inserted at
// the cut point (note that the ellipsis will does not count towards the
// |length| limit).
// Note: Characters may still be omitted even if |length| is the full string
// length, if surrogate pairs fall on the split boundary.
base::string16 CutString(size_t length, bool insert_ellipsis) const;
// Returns a valid cut boundary at or before/after |index|.
size_t FindValidBoundaryBefore(size_t index) const;
size_t FindValidBoundaryAfter(size_t index) const;
// The text to be sliced.
const base::string16& text_;
// Ellipsis string to use.
const base::string16& ellipsis_;
// If true, the middle of the string will be elided.
bool elide_in_middle_;
// If true, the beginning of the string will be elided.
bool elide_at_beginning_;
// Elides |text| to fit the |available_pixel_width| with the specified behavior.
GFX_EXPORT base::string16 ElideText(const base::string16& text,
const gfx::FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width,
ElideBehavior elide_behavior);
// Elide a filename to fit a given pixel width, with an emphasis on not hiding
// the extension unless we have to. If filename contains a path, the path will
// be removed if filename doesn't fit into available_pixel_width. The elided
// filename is forced to have LTR directionality, which means that in RTL UI
// the elided filename is wrapped with LRE (Left-To-Right Embedding) mark and
// PDF (Pop Directional Formatting) mark.
GFX_EXPORT base::string16 ElideFilename(const base::FilePath& filename,
const gfx::FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width);
// Functions to elide strings when the font information is unknown. As opposed
// to the above functions, ElideString() and ElideRectangleString() operate in
// terms of character units, not pixels.
// If the size of |input| is more than |max_len|, this function returns
// true and |input| is shortened into |output| by removing chars in the
// middle (they are replaced with up to 3 dots, as size permits).
// Ex: ElideString(ASCIIToUTF16("Hello"), 10, &str) puts Hello in str and
// returns false. ElideString(ASCIIToUTF16("Hello my name is Tom"), 10, &str)
// puts "Hell...Tom" in str and returns true.
// TODO(tsepez): Doesn't handle UTF-16 surrogate pairs properly.
// TODO(tsepez): Doesn't handle bidi properly.
GFX_EXPORT bool ElideString(const base::string16& input, int max_len,
base::string16* output);
// Reformat |input| into |output| so that it fits into a |max_rows| by
// |max_cols| rectangle of characters. Input newlines are respected, but
// lines that are too long are broken into pieces. If |strict| is true,
// we break first at naturally occuring whitespace boundaries, otherwise
// we assume some other mechanism will do this in approximately the same
// spot after the fact. If the word itself is too long, we always break
// intra-word (respecting UTF-16 surrogate pairs) as necssary. Truncation
// (indicated by an added 3 dots) occurs if the result is still too long.
// Returns true if the input had to be truncated (and not just reformatted).
GFX_EXPORT bool ElideRectangleString(const base::string16& input,
size_t max_rows,
size_t max_cols,
bool strict,
base::string16* output);
// Indicates whether the |available_pixel_width| by |available_pixel_height|
// rectangle passed to |ElideRectangleText()| had insufficient space to
// accommodate the given |text|, leading to elision or truncation.
enum ReformattingResultFlags {
// Reformats |text| into output vector |lines| so that the resulting text fits
// into an |available_pixel_width| by |available_pixel_height| rectangle with
// the specified |font_list|. Input newlines are respected, but lines that are
// too long are broken into pieces. For words that are too wide to fit on a
// single line, the wrapping behavior can be specified with the |wrap_behavior|
// param. Returns a combination of |ReformattingResultFlags| that indicate
// whether the given rectangle had insufficient space to accommodate |text|,
// leading to elision or truncation (and not just reformatting).
GFX_EXPORT int ElideRectangleText(const base::string16& text,
const gfx::FontList& font_list,
float available_pixel_width,
int available_pixel_height,
WordWrapBehavior wrap_behavior,
std::vector<base::string16>* lines);
// Truncates |string| to |length| characters. This breaks the string according
// to the specified |break_type|, which must be either WORD_BREAK or
// CHARACTER_BREAK, and adds the horizontal ellipsis character (unicode
// character 0x2026) to render "...". The supplied string is returned if the
// string has |length| characters or less.
GFX_EXPORT base::string16 TruncateString(const base::string16& string,
size_t length,
BreakType break_type);
} // namespace gfx