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/*
* Copyright © 2012,2013 Mozilla Foundation.
* Copyright © 2012,2013 Google, Inc.
*
* This is part of HarfBuzz, a text shaping library.
*
* Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without
* license or royalty fees, to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
* software and its documentation for any purpose, provided that the
* above copyright notice and the following two paragraphs appear in
* all copies of this software.
*
* IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR
* DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
* ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION, EVEN
* IF THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
* DAMAGE.
*
* THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
* BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
* FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE SOFTWARE PROVIDED HEREUNDER IS
* ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER HAS NO OBLIGATION TO
* PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES, ENHANCEMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS.
*
* Mozilla Author(s): Jonathan Kew
* Google Author(s): Behdad Esfahbod
*/
#define HB_SHAPER coretext
#include "hb-shaper-impl-private.hh"
#include "hb-coretext.h"
#ifndef HB_DEBUG_CORETEXT
#define HB_DEBUG_CORETEXT (HB_DEBUG+0)
#endif
static void
release_table_data (void *user_data)
{
CFDataRef cf_data = reinterpret_cast<CFDataRef> (user_data);
CFRelease(cf_data);
}
static hb_blob_t *
reference_table (hb_face_t *face HB_UNUSED, hb_tag_t tag, void *user_data)
{
CGFontRef cg_font = reinterpret_cast<CGFontRef> (user_data);
CFDataRef cf_data = CGFontCopyTableForTag (cg_font, tag);
if (unlikely (!cf_data))
return NULL;
const char *data = reinterpret_cast<const char*> (CFDataGetBytePtr (cf_data));
const size_t length = CFDataGetLength (cf_data);
if (!data || !length)
return NULL;
return hb_blob_create (data, length, HB_MEMORY_MODE_READONLY,
reinterpret_cast<void *> (const_cast<__CFData *> (cf_data)),
release_table_data);
}
hb_face_t *
hb_coretext_face_create (CGFontRef cg_font)
{
return hb_face_create_for_tables (reference_table, CGFontRetain (cg_font), (hb_destroy_func_t) CGFontRelease);
}
HB_SHAPER_DATA_ENSURE_DECLARE(coretext, face)
HB_SHAPER_DATA_ENSURE_DECLARE(coretext, font)
/*
* shaper face data
*/
static CTFontDescriptorRef
get_last_resort_font_desc (void)
{
// TODO Handle allocation failures?
CTFontDescriptorRef last_resort = CTFontDescriptorCreateWithNameAndSize (CFSTR("LastResort"), 0);
CFArrayRef cascade_list = CFArrayCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault,
(const void **) &last_resort,
1,
&kCFTypeArrayCallBacks);
CFRelease (last_resort);
CFDictionaryRef attributes = CFDictionaryCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault,
(const void **) &kCTFontCascadeListAttribute,
(const void **) &cascade_list,
1,
&kCFTypeDictionaryKeyCallBacks,
&kCFTypeDictionaryValueCallBacks);
CFRelease (cascade_list);
CTFontDescriptorRef font_desc = CTFontDescriptorCreateWithAttributes (attributes);
CFRelease (attributes);
return font_desc;
}
static void
release_data (void *info, const void *data, size_t size)
{
assert (hb_blob_get_length ((hb_blob_t *) info) == size &&
hb_blob_get_data ((hb_blob_t *) info, NULL) == data);
hb_blob_destroy ((hb_blob_t *) info);
}
static CGFontRef
create_cg_font (hb_face_t *face)
{
CGFontRef cg_font = NULL;
if (face->destroy == (hb_destroy_func_t) CGFontRelease)
{
cg_font = CGFontRetain ((CGFontRef) face->user_data);
}
else
{
hb_blob_t *blob = hb_face_reference_blob (face);
unsigned int blob_length;
const char *blob_data = hb_blob_get_data (blob, &blob_length);
if (unlikely (!blob_length))
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, face, "Face has empty blob");
CGDataProviderRef provider = CGDataProviderCreateWithData (blob, blob_data, blob_length, &release_data);
if (likely (provider))
{
cg_font = CGFontCreateWithDataProvider (provider);
if (unlikely (!cg_font))
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, face, "Face CGFontCreateWithDataProvider() failed");
CGDataProviderRelease (provider);
}
}
return cg_font;
}
static CTFontRef
create_ct_font (CGFontRef cg_font, CGFloat font_size)
{
CTFontRef ct_font = CTFontCreateWithGraphicsFont (cg_font, font_size, NULL, NULL);
if (unlikely (!ct_font)) {
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, cg_font, "Font CTFontCreateWithGraphicsFont() failed");
return NULL;
}
/* crbug.com/576941 and crbug.com/625902 and the investigation in the latter
* bug indicate that the cascade list reconfiguration occasionally causes
* crashes in CoreText on OS X 10.9, thus let's skip this step on older
* operating system versions. */
if (&CTGetCoreTextVersion != NULL && CTGetCoreTextVersion() < kCTVersionNumber10_10)
return ct_font;
CFURLRef original_url = (CFURLRef)CTFontCopyAttribute(ct_font, kCTFontURLAttribute);
/* Create font copy with cascade list that has LastResort first; this speeds up CoreText
* font fallback which we don't need anyway. */
{
CTFontDescriptorRef last_resort_font_desc = get_last_resort_font_desc ();
CTFontRef new_ct_font = CTFontCreateCopyWithAttributes (ct_font, 0.0, NULL, last_resort_font_desc);
CFRelease (last_resort_font_desc);
if (new_ct_font)
{
/* The CTFontCreateCopyWithAttributes call fails to stay on the same font
* when reconfiguring the cascade list and may switch to a different font
* when there are fonts that go by the same name, since the descriptor is
* just name and size.
*
* Avoid reconfiguring the cascade lists if the new font is outside the
* system locations that we cannot access from the sandboxed renderer
* process in Blink. This can be detected by the new file URL location
* that the newly found font points to. */
CFURLRef new_url = (CFURLRef) CTFontCopyAttribute (new_ct_font, kCTFontURLAttribute);
// Keep reconfigured font if URL cannot be retrieved (seems to be the case
// on Mac OS 10.12 Sierra), speculative fix for crbug.com/625606
if (!original_url || !new_url || CFEqual (original_url, new_url)) {
CFRelease (ct_font);
ct_font = new_ct_font;
} else {
CFRelease (new_ct_font);
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, ct_font, "Discarding reconfigured CTFont, location changed.");
}
if (new_url)
CFRelease (new_url);
}
else
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, ct_font, "Font copy with empty cascade list failed");
}
if (original_url)
CFRelease (original_url);
return ct_font;
}
struct hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t {
CGFontRef cg_font;
CTFontRef ct_font;
};
hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *
_hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_create (hb_face_t *face)
{
hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *data = (hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *) calloc (1, sizeof (hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t));
if (unlikely (!data))
return NULL;
data->cg_font = create_cg_font (face);
if (unlikely (!data->cg_font))
{
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, face, "CGFont creation failed..");
free (data);
return NULL;
}
/* We use 36pt size instead of UPEM, because CoreText implements the 'trak' table,
* which can make the font too tight at large sizes. 36pt should be a good semi-neutral
* size.
*
* Since we always create CTFont at a fixed size, our CTFont lives in face_data
* instead of font_data. Which is good, because when people change scale on
* hb_font_t, we won't need to update our CTFont. */
data->ct_font = create_ct_font (data->cg_font, 36.);
if (unlikely (!data->ct_font))
{
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, face, "CTFont creation failed.");
CFRelease (data->cg_font);
free (data);
return NULL;
}
return data;
}
void
_hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_destroy (hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *data)
{
CFRelease (data->ct_font);
CFRelease (data->cg_font);
free (data);
}
/*
* Since: 0.9.10
*/
CGFontRef
hb_coretext_face_get_cg_font (hb_face_t *face)
{
if (unlikely (!hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_ensure (face))) return NULL;
hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *face_data = HB_SHAPER_DATA_GET (face);
return face_data->cg_font;
}
/*
* shaper font data
*/
struct hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_t {};
hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_t *
_hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_create (hb_font_t *font HB_UNUSED)
{
return (hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_t *) HB_SHAPER_DATA_SUCCEEDED;
}
void
_hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_destroy (hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_t *data)
{
}
/*
* shaper shape_plan data
*/
struct hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_t {};
hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *
_hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_create (hb_shape_plan_t *shape_plan HB_UNUSED,
const hb_feature_t *user_features HB_UNUSED,
unsigned int num_user_features HB_UNUSED)
{
return (hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *) HB_SHAPER_DATA_SUCCEEDED;
}
void
_hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_destroy (hb_coretext_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *data HB_UNUSED)
{
}
CTFontRef
hb_coretext_font_get_ct_font (hb_font_t *font)
{
hb_face_t *face = font->face;
if (unlikely (!hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_ensure (face))) return NULL;
hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *face_data = HB_SHAPER_DATA_GET (face);
return face_data->ct_font;
}
/*
* shaper
*/
struct feature_record_t {
unsigned int feature;
unsigned int setting;
};
struct active_feature_t {
feature_record_t rec;
unsigned int order;
static int cmp (const active_feature_t *a, const active_feature_t *b) {
return a->rec.feature < b->rec.feature ? -1 : a->rec.feature > b->rec.feature ? 1 :
a->order < b->order ? -1 : a->order > b->order ? 1 :
a->rec.setting < b->rec.setting ? -1 : a->rec.setting > b->rec.setting ? 1 :
0;
}
bool operator== (const active_feature_t *f) {
return cmp (this, f) == 0;
}
};
struct feature_event_t {
unsigned int index;
bool start;
active_feature_t feature;
static int cmp (const feature_event_t *a, const feature_event_t *b) {
return a->index < b->index ? -1 : a->index > b->index ? 1 :
a->start < b->start ? -1 : a->start > b->start ? 1 :
active_feature_t::cmp (&a->feature, &b->feature);
}
};
struct range_record_t {
CTFontRef font;
unsigned int index_first; /* == start */
unsigned int index_last; /* == end - 1 */
};
/* The following enum members are added in OS X 10.8. */
#define kAltHalfWidthTextSelector 6
#define kAltProportionalTextSelector 5
#define kAlternateHorizKanaOffSelector 1
#define kAlternateHorizKanaOnSelector 0
#define kAlternateKanaType 34
#define kAlternateVertKanaOffSelector 3
#define kAlternateVertKanaOnSelector 2
#define kCaseSensitiveLayoutOffSelector 1
#define kCaseSensitiveLayoutOnSelector 0
#define kCaseSensitiveLayoutType 33
#define kCaseSensitiveSpacingOffSelector 3
#define kCaseSensitiveSpacingOnSelector 2
#define kContextualAlternatesOffSelector 1
#define kContextualAlternatesOnSelector 0
#define kContextualAlternatesType 36
#define kContextualLigaturesOffSelector 19
#define kContextualLigaturesOnSelector 18
#define kContextualSwashAlternatesOffSelector 5
#define kContextualSwashAlternatesOnSelector 4
#define kDefaultLowerCaseSelector 0
#define kDefaultUpperCaseSelector 0
#define kHistoricalLigaturesOffSelector 21
#define kHistoricalLigaturesOnSelector 20
#define kHojoCharactersSelector 12
#define kJIS2004CharactersSelector 11
#define kLowerCasePetiteCapsSelector 2
#define kLowerCaseSmallCapsSelector 1
#define kLowerCaseType 37
#define kMathematicalGreekOffSelector 11
#define kMathematicalGreekOnSelector 10
#define kNLCCharactersSelector 13
#define kQuarterWidthTextSelector 4
#define kScientificInferiorsSelector 4
#define kStylisticAltEightOffSelector 17
#define kStylisticAltEightOnSelector 16
#define kStylisticAltEighteenOffSelector 37
#define kStylisticAltEighteenOnSelector 36
#define kStylisticAltElevenOffSelector 23
#define kStylisticAltElevenOnSelector 22
#define kStylisticAltFifteenOffSelector 31
#define kStylisticAltFifteenOnSelector 30
#define kStylisticAltFiveOffSelector 11
#define kStylisticAltFiveOnSelector 10
#define kStylisticAltFourOffSelector 9
#define kStylisticAltFourOnSelector 8
#define kStylisticAltFourteenOffSelector 29
#define kStylisticAltFourteenOnSelector 28
#define kStylisticAltNineOffSelector 19
#define kStylisticAltNineOnSelector 18
#define kStylisticAltNineteenOffSelector 39
#define kStylisticAltNineteenOnSelector 38
#define kStylisticAltOneOffSelector 3
#define kStylisticAltOneOnSelector 2
#define kStylisticAltSevenOffSelector 15
#define kStylisticAltSevenOnSelector 14
#define kStylisticAltSeventeenOffSelector 35
#define kStylisticAltSeventeenOnSelector 34
#define kStylisticAltSixOffSelector 13
#define kStylisticAltSixOnSelector 12
#define kStylisticAltSixteenOffSelector 33
#define kStylisticAltSixteenOnSelector 32
#define kStylisticAltTenOffSelector 21
#define kStylisticAltTenOnSelector 20
#define kStylisticAltThirteenOffSelector 27
#define kStylisticAltThirteenOnSelector 26
#define kStylisticAltThreeOffSelector 7
#define kStylisticAltThreeOnSelector 6
#define kStylisticAltTwelveOffSelector 25
#define kStylisticAltTwelveOnSelector 24
#define kStylisticAltTwentyOffSelector 41
#define kStylisticAltTwentyOnSelector 40
#define kStylisticAltTwoOffSelector 5
#define kStylisticAltTwoOnSelector 4
#define kStylisticAlternativesType 35
#define kSwashAlternatesOffSelector 3
#define kSwashAlternatesOnSelector 2
#define kThirdWidthTextSelector 3
#define kTraditionalNamesCharactersSelector 14
#define kUpperCasePetiteCapsSelector 2
#define kUpperCaseSmallCapsSelector 1
#define kUpperCaseType 38
/* Table data courtesy of Apple. */
static const struct feature_mapping_t {
FourCharCode otFeatureTag;
uint16_t aatFeatureType;
uint16_t selectorToEnable;
uint16_t selectorToDisable;
} feature_mappings[] = {
{ 'c2pc', kUpperCaseType, kUpperCasePetiteCapsSelector, kDefaultUpperCaseSelector },
{ 'c2sc', kUpperCaseType, kUpperCaseSmallCapsSelector, kDefaultUpperCaseSelector },
{ 'calt', kContextualAlternatesType, kContextualAlternatesOnSelector, kContextualAlternatesOffSelector },
{ 'case', kCaseSensitiveLayoutType, kCaseSensitiveLayoutOnSelector, kCaseSensitiveLayoutOffSelector },
{ 'clig', kLigaturesType, kContextualLigaturesOnSelector, kContextualLigaturesOffSelector },
{ 'cpsp', kCaseSensitiveLayoutType, kCaseSensitiveSpacingOnSelector, kCaseSensitiveSpacingOffSelector },
{ 'cswh', kContextualAlternatesType, kContextualSwashAlternatesOnSelector, kContextualSwashAlternatesOffSelector },
{ 'dlig', kLigaturesType, kRareLigaturesOnSelector, kRareLigaturesOffSelector },
{ 'expt', kCharacterShapeType, kExpertCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'frac', kFractionsType, kDiagonalFractionsSelector, kNoFractionsSelector },
{ 'fwid', kTextSpacingType, kMonospacedTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'halt', kTextSpacingType, kAltHalfWidthTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'hist', kLigaturesType, kHistoricalLigaturesOnSelector, kHistoricalLigaturesOffSelector },
{ 'hkna', kAlternateKanaType, kAlternateHorizKanaOnSelector, kAlternateHorizKanaOffSelector, },
{ 'hlig', kLigaturesType, kHistoricalLigaturesOnSelector, kHistoricalLigaturesOffSelector },
{ 'hngl', kTransliterationType, kHanjaToHangulSelector, kNoTransliterationSelector },
{ 'hojo', kCharacterShapeType, kHojoCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'hwid', kTextSpacingType, kHalfWidthTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'ital', kItalicCJKRomanType, kCJKItalicRomanOnSelector, kCJKItalicRomanOffSelector },
{ 'jp04', kCharacterShapeType, kJIS2004CharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'jp78', kCharacterShapeType, kJIS1978CharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'jp83', kCharacterShapeType, kJIS1983CharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'jp90', kCharacterShapeType, kJIS1990CharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'liga', kLigaturesType, kCommonLigaturesOnSelector, kCommonLigaturesOffSelector },
{ 'lnum', kNumberCaseType, kUpperCaseNumbersSelector, 2 },
{ 'mgrk', kMathematicalExtrasType, kMathematicalGreekOnSelector, kMathematicalGreekOffSelector },
{ 'nlck', kCharacterShapeType, kNLCCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'onum', kNumberCaseType, kLowerCaseNumbersSelector, 2 },
{ 'ordn', kVerticalPositionType, kOrdinalsSelector, kNormalPositionSelector },
{ 'palt', kTextSpacingType, kAltProportionalTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'pcap', kLowerCaseType, kLowerCasePetiteCapsSelector, kDefaultLowerCaseSelector },
{ 'pkna', kTextSpacingType, kProportionalTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'pnum', kNumberSpacingType, kProportionalNumbersSelector, 4 },
{ 'pwid', kTextSpacingType, kProportionalTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'qwid', kTextSpacingType, kQuarterWidthTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'ruby', kRubyKanaType, kRubyKanaOnSelector, kRubyKanaOffSelector },
{ 'sinf', kVerticalPositionType, kScientificInferiorsSelector, kNormalPositionSelector },
{ 'smcp', kLowerCaseType, kLowerCaseSmallCapsSelector, kDefaultLowerCaseSelector },
{ 'smpl', kCharacterShapeType, kSimplifiedCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'ss01', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltOneOnSelector, kStylisticAltOneOffSelector },
{ 'ss02', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltTwoOnSelector, kStylisticAltTwoOffSelector },
{ 'ss03', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltThreeOnSelector, kStylisticAltThreeOffSelector },
{ 'ss04', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltFourOnSelector, kStylisticAltFourOffSelector },
{ 'ss05', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltFiveOnSelector, kStylisticAltFiveOffSelector },
{ 'ss06', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltSixOnSelector, kStylisticAltSixOffSelector },
{ 'ss07', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltSevenOnSelector, kStylisticAltSevenOffSelector },
{ 'ss08', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltEightOnSelector, kStylisticAltEightOffSelector },
{ 'ss09', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltNineOnSelector, kStylisticAltNineOffSelector },
{ 'ss10', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltTenOnSelector, kStylisticAltTenOffSelector },
{ 'ss11', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltElevenOnSelector, kStylisticAltElevenOffSelector },
{ 'ss12', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltTwelveOnSelector, kStylisticAltTwelveOffSelector },
{ 'ss13', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltThirteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltThirteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss14', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltFourteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltFourteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss15', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltFifteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltFifteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss16', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltSixteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltSixteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss17', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltSeventeenOnSelector, kStylisticAltSeventeenOffSelector },
{ 'ss18', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltEighteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltEighteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss19', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltNineteenOnSelector, kStylisticAltNineteenOffSelector },
{ 'ss20', kStylisticAlternativesType, kStylisticAltTwentyOnSelector, kStylisticAltTwentyOffSelector },
{ 'subs', kVerticalPositionType, kInferiorsSelector, kNormalPositionSelector },
{ 'sups', kVerticalPositionType, kSuperiorsSelector, kNormalPositionSelector },
{ 'swsh', kContextualAlternatesType, kSwashAlternatesOnSelector, kSwashAlternatesOffSelector },
{ 'titl', kStyleOptionsType, kTitlingCapsSelector, kNoStyleOptionsSelector },
{ 'tnam', kCharacterShapeType, kTraditionalNamesCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'tnum', kNumberSpacingType, kMonospacedNumbersSelector, 4 },
{ 'trad', kCharacterShapeType, kTraditionalCharactersSelector, 16 },
{ 'twid', kTextSpacingType, kThirdWidthTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'unic', kLetterCaseType, 14, 15 },
{ 'valt', kTextSpacingType, kAltProportionalTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'vert', kVerticalSubstitutionType, kSubstituteVerticalFormsOnSelector, kSubstituteVerticalFormsOffSelector },
{ 'vhal', kTextSpacingType, kAltHalfWidthTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'vkna', kAlternateKanaType, kAlternateVertKanaOnSelector, kAlternateVertKanaOffSelector },
{ 'vpal', kTextSpacingType, kAltProportionalTextSelector, 7 },
{ 'vrt2', kVerticalSubstitutionType, kSubstituteVerticalFormsOnSelector, kSubstituteVerticalFormsOffSelector },
{ 'zero', kTypographicExtrasType, kSlashedZeroOnSelector, kSlashedZeroOffSelector },
};
static int
_hb_feature_mapping_cmp (const void *key_, const void *entry_)
{
unsigned int key = * (unsigned int *) key_;
const feature_mapping_t * entry = (const feature_mapping_t *) entry_;
return key < entry->otFeatureTag ? -1 :
key > entry->otFeatureTag ? 1 :
0;
}
hb_bool_t
_hb_coretext_shape (hb_shape_plan_t *shape_plan,
hb_font_t *font,
hb_buffer_t *buffer,
const hb_feature_t *features,
unsigned int num_features)
{
hb_face_t *face = font->face;
hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_t *face_data = HB_SHAPER_DATA_GET (face);
CGFloat ct_font_size = CTFontGetSize (face_data->ct_font);
CGFloat x_mult = (CGFloat) font->x_scale / ct_font_size;
CGFloat y_mult = (CGFloat) font->y_scale / ct_font_size;
/* Attach marks to their bases, to match the 'ot' shaper.
* Adapted from hb-ot-shape:hb_form_clusters().
* Note that this only makes us be closer to the 'ot' shaper,
* but by no means the same. For example, if there's
* B1 M1 B2 M2, and B1-B2 form a ligature, M2's cluster will
* continue pointing to B2 even though B2 was merged into B1's
* cluster... */
if (buffer->cluster_level == HB_BUFFER_CLUSTER_LEVEL_MONOTONE_GRAPHEMES)
{
hb_unicode_funcs_t *unicode = buffer->unicode;
unsigned int count = buffer->len;
hb_glyph_info_t *info = buffer->info;
for (unsigned int i = 1; i < count; i++)
if (HB_UNICODE_GENERAL_CATEGORY_IS_MARK (unicode->general_category (info[i].codepoint)))
buffer->merge_clusters (i - 1, i + 1);
}
hb_auto_array_t<feature_record_t> feature_records;
hb_auto_array_t<range_record_t> range_records;
/*
* Set up features.
* (copied + modified from code from hb-uniscribe.cc)
*/
if (num_features)
{
/* Sort features by start/end events. */
hb_auto_array_t<feature_event_t> feature_events;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < num_features; i++)
{
const feature_mapping_t * mapping = (const feature_mapping_t *) bsearch (&features[i].tag,
feature_mappings,
ARRAY_LENGTH (feature_mappings),
sizeof (feature_mappings[0]),
_hb_feature_mapping_cmp);
if (!mapping)
continue;
active_feature_t feature;
feature.rec.feature = mapping->aatFeatureType;
feature.rec.setting = features[i].value ? mapping->selectorToEnable : mapping->selectorToDisable;
feature.order = i;
feature_event_t *event;
event = feature_events.push ();
if (unlikely (!event))
goto fail_features;
event->index = features[i].start;
event->start = true;
event->feature = feature;
event = feature_events.push ();
if (unlikely (!event))
goto fail_features;
event->index = features[i].end;
event->start = false;
event->feature = feature;
}
feature_events.qsort ();
/* Add a strategic final event. */
{
active_feature_t feature;
feature.rec.feature = HB_TAG_NONE;
feature.rec.setting = 0;
feature.order = num_features + 1;
feature_event_t *event = feature_events.push ();
if (unlikely (!event))
goto fail_features;
event->index = 0; /* This value does magic. */
event->start = false;
event->feature = feature;
}
/* Scan events and save features for each range. */
hb_auto_array_t<active_feature_t> active_features;
unsigned int last_index = 0;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < feature_events.len; i++)
{
feature_event_t *event = &feature_events[i];
if (event->index != last_index)
{
/* Save a snapshot of active features and the range. */
range_record_t *range = range_records.push ();
if (unlikely (!range))
goto fail_features;
if (active_features.len)
{
CFMutableArrayRef features_array = CFArrayCreateMutable(kCFAllocatorDefault, 0, &kCFTypeArrayCallBacks);
/* TODO sort and resolve conflicting features? */
/* active_features.qsort (); */
for (unsigned int j = 0; j < active_features.len; j++)
{
CFStringRef keys[2] = {
kCTFontFeatureTypeIdentifierKey,
kCTFontFeatureSelectorIdentifierKey
};
CFNumberRef values[2] = {
CFNumberCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault, kCFNumberIntType, &active_features[j].rec.feature),
CFNumberCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault, kCFNumberIntType, &active_features[j].rec.setting)
};
CFDictionaryRef dict = CFDictionaryCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault,
(const void **) keys,
(const void **) values,
2,
&kCFTypeDictionaryKeyCallBacks,
&kCFTypeDictionaryValueCallBacks);
CFRelease (values[0]);
CFRelease (values[1]);
CFArrayAppendValue (features_array, dict);
CFRelease (dict);
}
CFDictionaryRef attributes = CFDictionaryCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault,
(const void **) &kCTFontFeatureSettingsAttribute,
(const void **) &features_array,
1,
&kCFTypeDictionaryKeyCallBacks,
&kCFTypeDictionaryValueCallBacks);
CFRelease (features_array);
CTFontDescriptorRef font_desc = CTFontDescriptorCreateWithAttributes (attributes);
CFRelease (attributes);
range->font = CTFontCreateCopyWithAttributes (face_data->ct_font, 0.0, NULL, font_desc);
CFRelease (font_desc);
}
else
{
range->font = NULL;
}
range->index_first = last_index;
range->index_last = event->index - 1;
last_index = event->index;
}
if (event->start) {
active_feature_t *feature = active_features.push ();
if (unlikely (!feature))
goto fail_features;
*feature = event->feature;
} else {
active_feature_t *feature = active_features.find (&event->feature);
if (feature)
active_features.remove (feature - active_features.array);
}
}
if (!range_records.len) /* No active feature found. */
goto fail_features;
}
else
{
fail_features:
num_features = 0;
}
unsigned int scratch_size;
hb_buffer_t::scratch_buffer_t *scratch = buffer->get_scratch_buffer (&scratch_size);
#define ALLOCATE_ARRAY(Type, name, len, on_no_room) \
Type *name = (Type *) scratch; \
{ \
unsigned int _consumed = DIV_CEIL ((len) * sizeof (Type), sizeof (*scratch)); \
if (unlikely (_consumed > scratch_size)) \
{ \
on_no_room; \
assert (0); \
} \
scratch += _consumed; \
scratch_size -= _consumed; \
}
ALLOCATE_ARRAY (UniChar, pchars, buffer->len * 2, /*nothing*/);
unsigned int chars_len = 0;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < buffer->len; i++) {
hb_codepoint_t c = buffer->info[i].codepoint;
if (likely (c <= 0xFFFFu))
pchars[chars_len++] = c;
else if (unlikely (c > 0x10FFFFu))
pchars[chars_len++] = 0xFFFDu;
else {
pchars[chars_len++] = 0xD800u + ((c - 0x10000u) >> 10);
pchars[chars_len++] = 0xDC00u + ((c - 0x10000u) & ((1 << 10) - 1));
}
}
ALLOCATE_ARRAY (unsigned int, log_clusters, chars_len, /*nothing*/);
chars_len = 0;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < buffer->len; i++)
{
hb_codepoint_t c = buffer->info[i].codepoint;
unsigned int cluster = buffer->info[i].cluster;
log_clusters[chars_len++] = cluster;
if (hb_in_range (c, 0x10000u, 0x10FFFFu))
log_clusters[chars_len++] = cluster; /* Surrogates. */
}
#define FAIL(...) \
HB_STMT_START { \
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, NULL, __VA_ARGS__); \
ret = false; \
goto fail; \
} HB_STMT_END;
bool ret = true;
CFStringRef string_ref = NULL;
CTLineRef line = NULL;
if (0)
{
resize_and_retry:
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, buffer, "Buffer resize");
/* string_ref uses the scratch-buffer for backing store, and line references
* string_ref (via attr_string). We must release those before resizing buffer. */
assert (string_ref);
assert (line);
CFRelease (string_ref);
CFRelease (line);
string_ref = NULL;
line = NULL;
/* Get previous start-of-scratch-area, that we use later for readjusting
* our existing scratch arrays. */
unsigned int old_scratch_used;
hb_buffer_t::scratch_buffer_t *old_scratch;
old_scratch = buffer->get_scratch_buffer (&old_scratch_used);
old_scratch_used = scratch - old_scratch;
if (unlikely (!buffer->ensure (buffer->allocated * 2)))
FAIL ("Buffer resize failed");
/* Adjust scratch, pchars, and log_cluster arrays. This is ugly, but really the
* cleanest way to do without completely restructuring the rest of this shaper. */
scratch = buffer->get_scratch_buffer (&scratch_size);
pchars = reinterpret_cast<UniChar *> (((char *) scratch + ((char *) pchars - (char *) old_scratch)));
log_clusters = reinterpret_cast<unsigned int *> (((char *) scratch + ((char *) log_clusters - (char *) old_scratch)));
scratch += old_scratch_used;
scratch_size -= old_scratch_used;
}
{
string_ref = CFStringCreateWithCharactersNoCopy (NULL,
pchars, chars_len,
kCFAllocatorNull);
if (unlikely (!string_ref))
FAIL ("CFStringCreateWithCharactersNoCopy failed");
/* Create an attributed string, populate it, and create a line from it, then release attributed string. */
{
CFMutableAttributedStringRef attr_string = CFAttributedStringCreateMutable (kCFAllocatorDefault,
chars_len);
if (unlikely (!attr_string))
FAIL ("CFAttributedStringCreateMutable failed");
CFAttributedStringReplaceString (attr_string, CFRangeMake (0, 0), string_ref);
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_VERTICAL (buffer->props.direction))
{
CFAttributedStringSetAttribute (attr_string, CFRangeMake (0, chars_len),
kCTVerticalFormsAttributeName, kCFBooleanTrue);
}
if (buffer->props.language)
{
/* What's the iOS equivalent of this check?
* The symbols was introduced in iOS 7.0.
* At any rate, our fallback is safe and works fine. */
#if MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED < 1090
# define kCTLanguageAttributeName CFSTR ("NSLanguage")
#endif
CFStringRef lang = CFStringCreateWithCStringNoCopy (kCFAllocatorDefault,
hb_language_to_string (buffer->props.language),
kCFStringEncodingUTF8,
kCFAllocatorNull);
if (unlikely (!lang))
FAIL ("CFStringCreateWithCStringNoCopy failed");
CFAttributedStringSetAttribute (attr_string, CFRangeMake (0, chars_len),
kCTLanguageAttributeName, lang);
CFRelease (lang);
}
CFAttributedStringSetAttribute (attr_string, CFRangeMake (0, chars_len),
kCTFontAttributeName, face_data->ct_font);
if (num_features)
{
unsigned int start = 0;
range_record_t *last_range = &range_records[0];
for (unsigned int k = 0; k < chars_len; k++)
{
range_record_t *range = last_range;
while (log_clusters[k] < range->index_first)
range--;
while (log_clusters[k] > range->index_last)
range++;
if (range != last_range)
{
if (last_range->font)
CFAttributedStringSetAttribute (attr_string, CFRangeMake (start, k - start),
kCTFontAttributeName, last_range->font);
start = k;
}
last_range = range;
}
if (start != chars_len && last_range->font)
CFAttributedStringSetAttribute (attr_string, CFRangeMake (start, chars_len - start),
kCTFontAttributeName, last_range->font);
}
int level = HB_DIRECTION_IS_FORWARD (buffer->props.direction) ? 0 : 1;
CFNumberRef level_number = CFNumberCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault, kCFNumberIntType, &level);
CFDictionaryRef options = CFDictionaryCreate (kCFAllocatorDefault,
(const void **) &kCTTypesetterOptionForcedEmbeddingLevel,
(const void **) &level_number,
1,
&kCFTypeDictionaryKeyCallBacks,
&kCFTypeDictionaryValueCallBacks);
if (unlikely (!options))
FAIL ("CFDictionaryCreate failed");
CTTypesetterRef typesetter = CTTypesetterCreateWithAttributedStringAndOptions (attr_string, options);
CFRelease (options);
CFRelease (attr_string);
if (unlikely (!typesetter))
FAIL ("CTTypesetterCreateWithAttributedStringAndOptions failed");
line = CTTypesetterCreateLine (typesetter, CFRangeMake(0, 0));
CFRelease (typesetter);
if (unlikely (!line))
FAIL ("CTTypesetterCreateLine failed");
}
CFArrayRef glyph_runs = CTLineGetGlyphRuns (line);
unsigned int num_runs = CFArrayGetCount (glyph_runs);
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, NULL, "Num runs: %d", num_runs);
buffer->len = 0;
uint32_t status_and = ~0, status_or = 0;
double advances_so_far = 0;
/* For right-to-left runs, CoreText returns the glyphs positioned such that
* any trailing whitespace is to the left of (0,0). Adjust coordinate system
* to fix for that. Test with any RTL string with trailing spaces.
* https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=469028
*/
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_BACKWARD (buffer->props.direction))
{
advances_so_far -= CTLineGetTrailingWhitespaceWidth (line);
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_VERTICAL (buffer->props.direction))
advances_so_far = -advances_so_far;
}
const CFRange range_all = CFRangeMake (0, 0);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < num_runs; i++)
{
CTRunRef run = static_cast<CTRunRef>(CFArrayGetValueAtIndex (glyph_runs, i));
CTRunStatus run_status = CTRunGetStatus (run);
status_or |= run_status;
status_and &= run_status;
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, run, "CTRunStatus: %x", run_status);
double run_advance = CTRunGetTypographicBounds (run, range_all, NULL, NULL, NULL);
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_VERTICAL (buffer->props.direction))
run_advance = -run_advance;
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, run, "Run advance: %g", run_advance);
/* CoreText does automatic font fallback (AKA "cascading") for characters
* not supported by the requested font, and provides no way to turn it off,
* so we must detect if the returned run uses a font other than the requested
* one and fill in the buffer with .notdef glyphs instead of random glyph
* indices from a different font.
*/
CFDictionaryRef attributes = CTRunGetAttributes (run);
CTFontRef run_ct_font = static_cast<CTFontRef>(CFDictionaryGetValue (attributes, kCTFontAttributeName));
if (!CFEqual (run_ct_font, face_data->ct_font))
{
/* The run doesn't use our main font instance. We have to figure out
* whether font fallback happened, or this is just CoreText giving us
* another CTFont using the same underlying CGFont. CoreText seems
* to do that in a variety of situations, one of which being vertical
* text, but also perhaps for caching reasons.
*
* First, see if it uses any of our subfonts created to set font features...
*
* Next, compare the CGFont to the one we used to create our fonts.
* Even this doesn't work all the time.
*
* Finally, we compare PS names, which I don't think are unique...
*
* Looks like if we really want to be sure here we have to modify the
* font to change the name table, similar to what we do in the uniscribe
* backend.
*
* However, even that wouldn't work if we were passed in the CGFont to
* construct a hb_face to begin with.
*
* See: http://github.com/behdad/harfbuzz/pull/36
*
* Also see: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=597098
*/
bool matched = false;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < range_records.len; i++)
if (range_records[i].font && CFEqual (run_ct_font, range_records[i].font))
{
matched = true;
break;
}
if (!matched)
{
CGFontRef run_cg_font = CTFontCopyGraphicsFont (run_ct_font, 0);
if (run_cg_font)
{
matched = CFEqual (run_cg_font, face_data->cg_font);
CFRelease (run_cg_font);
}
}
if (!matched)
{
CFStringRef font_ps_name = CTFontCopyName (face_data->ct_font, kCTFontPostScriptNameKey);
CFStringRef run_ps_name = CTFontCopyName (run_ct_font, kCTFontPostScriptNameKey);
CFComparisonResult result = CFStringCompare (run_ps_name, font_ps_name, 0);
CFRelease (run_ps_name);
CFRelease (font_ps_name);
if (result == kCFCompareEqualTo)
matched = true;
}
if (!matched)
{
CFRange range = CTRunGetStringRange (run);
DEBUG_MSG (CORETEXT, run, "Run used fallback font: %ld..%ld",
range.location, range.location + range.length);
if (!buffer->ensure_inplace (buffer->len + range.length))
goto resize_and_retry;
hb_glyph_info_t *info = buffer->info + buffer->len;
hb_codepoint_t notdef = 0;
hb_direction_t dir = buffer->props.direction;
hb_position_t x_advance, y_advance, x_offset, y_offset;
hb_font_get_glyph_advance_for_direction (font, notdef, dir, &x_advance, &y_advance);
hb_font_get_glyph_origin_for_direction (font, notdef, dir, &x_offset, &y_offset);
hb_position_t advance = x_advance + y_advance;
x_offset = -x_offset;
y_offset = -y_offset;
unsigned int old_len = buffer->len;
for (CFIndex j = range.location; j < range.location + range.length; j++)
{
UniChar ch = CFStringGetCharacterAtIndex (string_ref, j);
if (hb_in_range<UniChar> (ch, 0xDC00u, 0xDFFFu) && range.location < j)
{
ch = CFStringGetCharacterAtIndex (string_ref, j - 1);
if (hb_in_range<UniChar> (ch, 0xD800u, 0xDBFFu))
/* This is the second of a surrogate pair. Don't need .notdef
* for this one. */
continue;
}
if (buffer->unicode->is_default_ignorable (ch))
continue;
info->codepoint = notdef;
info->cluster = log_clusters[j];
info->mask = advance;
info->var1.i32 = x_offset;
info->var2.i32 = y_offset;
info++;
buffer->len++;
}
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_BACKWARD (buffer->props.direction))
buffer->reverse_range (old_len, buffer->len);
advances_so_far += run_advance;
continue;
}
}
unsigned int num_glyphs = CTRunGetGlyphCount (run);
if (num_glyphs == 0)
continue;
if (!buffer->ensure_inplace (buffer->len + num_glyphs))
goto resize_and_retry;
hb_glyph_info_t *run_info = buffer->info + buffer->len;
/* Testing used to indicate that CTRunGetGlyphsPtr, etc (almost?) always
* succeed, and so copying data to our own buffer will be rare. Reports
* have it that this changed in OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and NULL is returned
* frequently. At any rate, we can test that codepath by setting USE_PTR
* to false. */
#define USE_PTR true
#define SCRATCH_SAVE() \
unsigned int scratch_size_saved = scratch_size; \
hb_buffer_t::scratch_buffer_t *scratch_saved = scratch
#define SCRATCH_RESTORE() \
scratch_size = scratch_size_saved; \
scratch = scratch_saved;
{ /* Setup glyphs */
SCRATCH_SAVE();
const CGGlyph* glyphs = USE_PTR ? CTRunGetGlyphsPtr (run) : NULL;
if (!glyphs) {
ALLOCATE_ARRAY (CGGlyph, glyph_buf, num_glyphs, goto resize_and_retry);
CTRunGetGlyphs (run, range_all, glyph_buf);
glyphs = glyph_buf;
}
const CFIndex* string_indices = USE_PTR ? CTRunGetStringIndicesPtr (run) : NULL;
if (!string_indices) {
ALLOCATE_ARRAY (CFIndex, index_buf, num_glyphs, goto resize_and_retry);
CTRunGetStringIndices (run, range_all, index_buf);
string_indices = index_buf;
}
hb_glyph_info_t *info = run_info;
for (unsigned int j = 0; j < num_glyphs; j++)
{
info->codepoint = glyphs[j];
info->cluster = log_clusters[string_indices[j]];
info++;
}
SCRATCH_RESTORE();
}
{
/* Setup positions.
* Note that CoreText does not return advances for glyphs. As such,
* for all but last glyph, we use the delta position to next glyph as
* advance (in the advance direction only), and for last glyph we set
* whatever is needed to make the whole run's advance add up. */
SCRATCH_SAVE();
const CGPoint* positions = USE_PTR ? CTRunGetPositionsPtr (run) : NULL;
if (!positions) {
ALLOCATE_ARRAY (CGPoint, position_buf, num_glyphs, goto resize_and_retry);
CTRunGetPositions (run, range_all, position_buf);
positions = position_buf;
}
hb_glyph_info_t *info = run_info;
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_HORIZONTAL (buffer->props.direction))
{
hb_position_t x_offset = (positions[0].x - advances_so_far) * x_mult;
for (unsigned int j = 0; j < num_glyphs; j++)
{
double advance;
if (likely (j + 1 < num_glyphs))
advance = positions[j + 1].x - positions[j].x;
else /* last glyph */
advance = run_advance - (positions[j].x - positions[0].x);
info->mask = advance * x_mult;
info->var1.i32 = x_offset;
info->var2.i32 = positions[j].y * y_mult;
info++;
}
}
else
{
hb_position_t y_offset = (positions[0].y - advances_so_far) * y_mult;
for (unsigned int j = 0; j < num_glyphs; j++)
{
double advance;
if (likely (j + 1 < num_glyphs))
advance = positions[j + 1].y - positions[j].y;
else /* last glyph */
advance = run_advance - (positions[j].y - positions[0].y);
info->mask = advance * y_mult;
info->var1.i32 = positions[j].x * x_mult;
info->var2.i32 = y_offset;
info++;
}
}
SCRATCH_RESTORE();
advances_so_far += run_advance;
}
#undef SCRATCH_RESTORE
#undef SCRATCH_SAVE
#undef USE_PTR
#undef ALLOCATE_ARRAY
buffer->len += num_glyphs;
}
/* Mac OS 10.6 doesn't have kCTTypesetterOptionForcedEmbeddingLevel,
* or if it does, it doesn't resepct it. So we get runs with wrong
* directions. As such, disable the assert... It wouldn't crash, but
* cursoring will be off...
*
* http://crbug.com/419769
*/
if (0)
{
/* Make sure all runs had the expected direction. */
bool backward = HB_DIRECTION_IS_BACKWARD (buffer->props.direction);
assert (bool (status_and & kCTRunStatusRightToLeft) == backward);
assert (bool (status_or & kCTRunStatusRightToLeft) == backward);
}
buffer->clear_positions ();
unsigned int count = buffer->len;
hb_glyph_info_t *info = buffer->info;
hb_glyph_position_t *pos = buffer->pos;
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_HORIZONTAL (buffer->props.direction))
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < count; i++)
{
pos->x_advance = info->mask;
pos->x_offset = info->var1.i32;
pos->y_offset = info->var2.i32;
info++, pos++;
}
else
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < count; i++)
{
pos->y_advance = info->mask;
pos->x_offset = info->var1.i32;
pos->y_offset = info->var2.i32;
info++, pos++;
}
/* Fix up clusters so that we never return out-of-order indices;
* if core text has reordered glyphs, we'll merge them to the
* beginning of the reordered cluster. CoreText is nice enough
* to tell us whenever it has produced nonmonotonic results...
* Note that we assume the input clusters were nonmonotonic to
* begin with.
*
* This does *not* mean we'll form the same clusters as Uniscribe
* or the native OT backend, only that the cluster indices will be
* monotonic in the output buffer. */
if (count > 1 && (status_or & kCTRunStatusNonMonotonic))
{
hb_glyph_info_t *info = buffer->info;
if (HB_DIRECTION_IS_FORWARD (buffer->props.direction))
{
unsigned int cluster = info[count - 1].cluster;
for (unsigned int i = count - 1; i > 0; i--)
{
cluster = MIN (cluster, info[i - 1].cluster);
info[i - 1].cluster = cluster;
}
}
else
{
unsigned int cluster = info[0].cluster;
for (unsigned int i = 1; i < count; i++)
{
cluster = MIN (cluster, info[i].cluster);
info[i].cluster = cluster;
}
}
}
}
#undef FAIL
fail:
if (string_ref)
CFRelease (string_ref);
if (line)
CFRelease (line);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < range_records.len; i++)
if (range_records[i].font)
CFRelease (range_records[i].font);
return ret;
}
/*
* AAT shaper
*/
/*
* shaper face data
*/
struct hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_t {};
hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_t *
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_create (hb_face_t *face)
{
hb_blob_t *mort_blob = face->reference_table (HB_CORETEXT_TAG_MORT);
/* Umm, we just reference the table to check whether it exists.
* Maybe add better API for this? */
if (!hb_blob_get_length (mort_blob))
{
hb_blob_destroy (mort_blob);
mort_blob = face->reference_table (HB_CORETEXT_TAG_MORX);
if (!hb_blob_get_length (mort_blob))
{
hb_blob_destroy (mort_blob);
return NULL;
}
}
hb_blob_destroy (mort_blob);
return hb_coretext_shaper_face_data_ensure (face) ? (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_t *) HB_SHAPER_DATA_SUCCEEDED : NULL;
}
void
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_destroy (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_face_data_t *data HB_UNUSED)
{
}
/*
* shaper font data
*/
struct hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_t {};
hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_t *
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_create (hb_font_t *font)
{
return hb_coretext_shaper_font_data_ensure (font) ? (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_t *) HB_SHAPER_DATA_SUCCEEDED : NULL;
}
void
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_destroy (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_font_data_t *data HB_UNUSED)
{
}
/*
* shaper shape_plan data
*/
struct hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_t {};
hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_create (hb_shape_plan_t *shape_plan HB_UNUSED,
const hb_feature_t *user_features HB_UNUSED,
unsigned int num_user_features HB_UNUSED)
{
return (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *) HB_SHAPER_DATA_SUCCEEDED;
}
void
_hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_destroy (hb_coretext_aat_shaper_shape_plan_data_t *data HB_UNUSED)
{
}
/*
* shaper
*/
hb_bool_t
_hb_coretext_aat_shape (hb_shape_plan_t *shape_plan,
hb_font_t *font,
hb_buffer_t *buffer,
const hb_feature_t *features,
unsigned int num_features)
{
return _hb_coretext_shape (shape_plan, font, buffer, features, num_features);
}