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authorduerst <duerst@b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e>2015-12-15 00:14:17 +0000
committerduerst <duerst@b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e>2015-12-15 00:14:17 +0000
commitf262863188e86756c63e42fdb129dfad6fe98db8 (patch)
treea8e35a1502e9274aba0348f79fcceaa0f4504218 /tool
parent0767f00355ddf1fcbffe32c6a97f3cbf9e38be7f (diff)
tool/transcode_tablegen.rb: detailled documentation
for transcode_tblgen function [ci skip] git-svn-id: svn+ssh:// b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e
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diff --git a/tool/transcode-tblgen.rb b/tool/transcode-tblgen.rb
index 17c5ebf..2c8464b 100644
--- a/tool/transcode-tblgen.rb
+++ b/tool/transcode-tblgen.rb
@@ -842,6 +842,43 @@ def transcode_tbl_only(from, to, map, valid_encoding=UnspecifiedValidEncoding)
return map, tree_name, real_tree_name, max_input
+# call-seq:
+# transcode_tblgen(from_name, to_name, map [, valid_encoding_check [, ascii_compatibility]]) -> ''
+# Returns an empty string just in case the result is used somewhere.
+# Stores the actual product for later output with transcode_generated_code and
+# transcode_register_code.
+# The first argument is a string that will be used for the source (from) encoding.
+# The second argument is a string that will be used for the target (to) encoding.
+# The third argument is the actual data, a map represented as an array of two-element
+# arrays. Each element of the array stands for one character being converted. The
+# first element of each subarray is the code of the character in the source encoding,
+# the second element of each subarray is the code of the character in the target encoding.
+# Each code (i.e. byte sequence) is represented as a string of hexadecimal characters
+# of even length. Codes can also be represented as integers (usually in the form Ox...),
+# in which case they are interpreted as Unicode codepoints encoded in UTF-8. So as
+# an example, 0x677E is the same as "E69DBE" (but somewhat easier to produce and check).
+# In addition, the following symbols can also be used instead of actual codes in the
+# second element of a subarray:
+# :nomap (no mapping, just copy input to output), :nomap0 (same as :nomap, but low priority),
+# :undef (input code undefined in the destination encoding),
+# :invalid (input code is an invalid byte sequence in the source encoding),
+# :func_ii, :func_si, :func_io, :func_so (conversion by function with specific call
+# convention).
+# The forth argument specifies the overall structure of the encoding. For examples,
+# see ValidEncoding below. This is used to cross-check the data in the third argument
+# and to automatically add :undef and :invalid mappings where necessary.
+# The fifth argument gives the ascii-compatibility of the transcoding. See
+# rb_transcoder_asciicompat_type_t in transcode_data.h for details. In most
+# cases, this argument can be left out.
def transcode_tblgen(from, to, map, valid_encoding=UnspecifiedValidEncoding,
map, tree_name, real_tree_name, max_input = transcode_tbl_only(from, to, map, valid_encoding)