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"""Generator of the mapping from OpenType tags to BCP 47 tags and vice
It creates a ``const LangTag[]``, matching the tags from the OpenType
languages system tag list to the language subtags of the BCP 47 language
subtag registry, with some manual adjustments. The mappings are
supplemented with macrolanguages' sublanguages and retired codes'
replacements, according to BCP 47 and some manual additions where BCP 47
omits a retired code entirely.
Also generated is a function, ``hb_ot_ambiguous_tag_to_language``,
intended for use by ``hb_ot_tag_to_language``. It maps OpenType tags
back to BCP 47 tags. Ambiguous OpenType tags (those that correspond to
multiple BCP 47 tags) are listed here, except when the alphabetically
first BCP 47 tag happens to be the chosen disambiguated tag. In that
case, the fallback behavior will choose the right tag anyway.
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals
import collections
from HTMLParser import HTMLParser
def write (s):
print (s.encode ('utf-8'), end='')
except ImportError:
from html.parser import HTMLParser
def write (s):
sys.stdout.flush ()
sys.stdout.buffer.write (s.encode ('utf-8'))
import io
import itertools
import re
import sys
import unicodedata
if len (sys.argv) != 3:
print ('usage: ./ languagetags language-subtag-registry', file=sys.stderr)
sys.exit (1)
from html import unescape
def html_unescape (parser, entity):
return unescape (entity)
except ImportError:
def html_unescape (parser, entity):
return parser.unescape (entity)
def expect (condition, message=None):
if not condition:
if message is None:
raise AssertionError
raise AssertionError (message)
# from
ISO_639_3_TO_1 = {
'aar': 'aa',
'abk': 'ab',
'afr': 'af',
'aka': 'ak',
'amh': 'am',
'ara': 'ar',
'arg': 'an',
'asm': 'as',
'ava': 'av',
'ave': 'ae',
'aym': 'ay',
'aze': 'az',
'bak': 'ba',
'bam': 'bm',
'bel': 'be',
'ben': 'bn',
'bis': 'bi',
'bod': 'bo',
'bos': 'bs',
'bre': 'br',
'bul': 'bg',
'cat': 'ca',
'ces': 'cs',
'cha': 'ch',
'che': 'ce',
'chu': 'cu',
'chv': 'cv',
'cor': 'kw',
'cos': 'co',
'cre': 'cr',
'cym': 'cy',
'dan': 'da',
'deu': 'de',
'div': 'dv',
'dzo': 'dz',
'ell': 'el',
'eng': 'en',
'epo': 'eo',
'est': 'et',
'eus': 'eu',
'ewe': 'ee',
'fao': 'fo',
'fas': 'fa',
'fij': 'fj',
'fin': 'fi',
'fra': 'fr',
'fry': 'fy',
'ful': 'ff',
'gla': 'gd',
'gle': 'ga',
'glg': 'gl',
'glv': 'gv',
'grn': 'gn',
'guj': 'gu',
'hat': 'ht',
'hau': 'ha',
'hbs': 'sh',
'heb': 'he',
'her': 'hz',
'hin': 'hi',
'hmo': 'ho',
'hrv': 'hr',
'hun': 'hu',
'hye': 'hy',
'ibo': 'ig',
'ido': 'io',
'iii': 'ii',
'iku': 'iu',
'ile': 'ie',
'ina': 'ia',
'ind': 'id',
'ipk': 'ik',
'isl': 'is',
'ita': 'it',
'jav': 'jv',
'jpn': 'ja',
'kal': 'kl',
'kan': 'kn',
'kas': 'ks',
'kat': 'ka',
'kau': 'kr',
'kaz': 'kk',
'khm': 'km',
'kik': 'ki',
'kin': 'rw',
'kir': 'ky',
'kom': 'kv',
'kon': 'kg',
'kor': 'ko',
'kua': 'kj',
'kur': 'ku',
'lao': 'lo',
'lat': 'la',
'lav': 'lv',
'lim': 'li',
'lin': 'ln',
'lit': 'lt',
'ltz': 'lb',
'lub': 'lu',
'lug': 'lg',
'mah': 'mh',
'mal': 'ml',
'mar': 'mr',
'mkd': 'mk',
'mlg': 'mg',
'mlt': 'mt',
'mol': 'mo',
'mon': 'mn',
'mri': 'mi',
'msa': 'ms',
'mya': 'my',
'nau': 'na',
'nav': 'nv',
'nbl': 'nr',
'nde': 'nd',
'ndo': 'ng',
'nep': 'ne',
'nld': 'nl',
'nno': 'nn',
'nob': 'nb',
'nor': 'no',
'nya': 'ny',
'oci': 'oc',
'oji': 'oj',
'ori': 'or',
'orm': 'om',
'oss': 'os',
'pan': 'pa',
'pli': 'pi',
'pol': 'pl',
'por': 'pt',
'pus': 'ps',
'que': 'qu',
'roh': 'rm',
'ron': 'ro',
'run': 'rn',
'rus': 'ru',
'sag': 'sg',
'san': 'sa',
'sin': 'si',
'slk': 'sk',
'slv': 'sl',
'sme': 'se',
'smo': 'sm',
'sna': 'sn',
'snd': 'sd',
'som': 'so',
'sot': 'st',
'spa': 'es',
'sqi': 'sq',
'srd': 'sc',
'srp': 'sr',
'ssw': 'ss',
'sun': 'su',
'swa': 'sw',
'swe': 'sv',
'tah': 'ty',
'tam': 'ta',
'tat': 'tt',
'tel': 'te',
'tgk': 'tg',
'tgl': 'tl',
'tha': 'th',
'tir': 'ti',
'ton': 'to',
'tsn': 'tn',
'tso': 'ts',
'tuk': 'tk',
'tur': 'tr',
'twi': 'tw',
'uig': 'ug',
'ukr': 'uk',
'urd': 'ur',
'uzb': 'uz',
'ven': 've',
'vie': 'vi',
'vol': 'vo',
'wln': 'wa',
'wol': 'wo',
'xho': 'xh',
'yid': 'yi',
'yor': 'yo',
'zha': 'za',
'zho': 'zh',
'zul': 'zu',
class LanguageTag (object):
"""A BCP 47 language tag.
subtags (List[str]): The list of subtags in this tag.
grandfathered (bool): Whether this tag is grandfathered. If
``true``, the entire lowercased tag is the ``language``
and the other subtag fields are empty.
language (str): The language subtag.
script (str): The script subtag.
region (str): The region subtag.
variant (str): The variant subtag.
tag (str): A BCP 47 language tag.
def __init__ (self, tag):
global bcp_47
self.subtags = tag.lower ().split ('-')
self.grandfathered = tag.lower () in bcp_47.grandfathered
if self.grandfathered:
self.language = tag.lower ()
self.script = ''
self.region = ''
self.variant = ''
self.language = self.subtags[0]
self.script = self._find_first (lambda s: len (s) == 4 and s[0] > '9', self.subtags)
self.region = self._find_first (lambda s: len (s) == 2 and s[0] > '9' or len (s) == 3 and s[0] <= '9', self.subtags[1:])
self.variant = self._find_first (lambda s: len (s) > 4 or len (s) == 4 and s[0] <= '9', self.subtags)
def __str__(self):
return '-'.join(self.subtags)
def __repr__ (self):
return 'LanguageTag(%r)' % str(self)
def _find_first (function, sequence):
return next (iter (filter (function, sequence)))
except StopIteration:
return None
def is_complex (self):
"""Return whether this tag is too complex to represent as a
``LangTag`` in the generated code.
Complex tags need to be handled in
Whether this tag is complex.
return not (len (self.subtags) == 1
or self.grandfathered
and len (self.subtags[1]) != 3
and ot.from_bcp_47[self.subtags[0]] == ot.from_bcp_47[self.language])
def get_group (self):
"""Return the group into which this tag should be categorized in
The group is the first letter of the tag, or ``'und'`` if this tag
should not be matched in a ``switch`` statement in the generated
This tag's group.
return ('und'
if (self.language == 'und'
or self.variant in bcp_47.prefixes and len (bcp_47.prefixes[self.variant]) == 1)
else self.language[0])
class OpenTypeRegistryParser (HTMLParser):
"""A parser for the OpenType language system tag registry.
header (str): The "last updated" line of the registry.
names (Mapping[str, str]): A map of language system tags to the
names they are given in the registry.
ranks (DefaultDict[str, int]): A map of language system tags to
numbers. If a single BCP 47 tag corresponds to multiple
OpenType tags, the tags are ordered in increasing order by
rank. The rank is based on the number of BCP 47 tags
associated with a tag, though it may be manually modified.
to_bcp_47 (DefaultDict[str, AbstractSet[str]]): A map of
OpenType language system tags to sets of BCP 47 tags.
from_bcp_47 (DefaultDict[str, AbstractSet[str]]): ``to_bcp_47``
inverted. Its values start as unsorted sets;
``sort_languages`` converts them to sorted lists.
def __init__ (self):
HTMLParser.__init__ (self)
self.header = ''
self.names = {}
self.ranks = collections.defaultdict (int)
self.to_bcp_47 = collections.defaultdict (set)
self.from_bcp_47 = collections.defaultdict (set)
# Whether the parser is in a <td> element
self._td = False
# The text of the <td> elements of the current <tr> element.
self._current_tr = []
def handle_starttag (self, tag, attrs):
if tag == 'meta':
for attr, value in attrs:
if attr == 'name' and value == 'updated_at':
self.header = self.get_starttag_text ()
elif tag == 'td':
self._td = True
self._current_tr.append ('')
elif tag == 'tr':
self._current_tr = []
def handle_endtag (self, tag):
if tag == 'td':
self._td = False
elif tag == 'tr' and self._current_tr:
expect (2 <= len (self._current_tr) <= 3)
name = self._current_tr[0].strip ()
tag = self._current_tr[1].strip ("\t\n\v\f\r '")
rank = 0
if len (tag) > 4:
expect (tag.endswith (' (deprecated)'), 'ill-formed OpenType tag: %s' % tag)
name += ' (deprecated)'
tag = tag.split (' ')[0]
rank = 1
self.names[tag] = re.sub (' languages$', '', name)
if not self._current_tr[2]:
iso_codes = self._current_tr[2].strip ()
self.to_bcp_47[tag].update (ISO_639_3_TO_1.get (code, code) for code in iso_codes.replace (' ', '').split (','))
rank += 2 * len (self.to_bcp_47[tag])
self.ranks[tag] = rank
def handle_data (self, data):
if self._td:
self._current_tr[-1] += data
def handle_charref (self, name):
self.handle_data (html_unescape (self, '&#%s;' % name))
def handle_entityref (self, name):
self.handle_data (html_unescape (self, '&%s;' % name))
def parse (self, filename):
"""Parse the OpenType language system tag registry.
filename (str): The file name of the registry.
with (filename, encoding='utf-8') as f:
self.feed ( ())
expect (self.header)
for tag, iso_codes in self.to_bcp_47.items ():
for iso_code in iso_codes:
self.from_bcp_47[iso_code].add (tag)
def add_language (self, bcp_47_tag, ot_tag):
"""Add a language as if it were in the registry.
bcp_47_tag (str): A BCP 47 tag. If the tag is more than just
a language subtag, and if the language subtag is a
macrolanguage, then new languages are added corresponding
to the macrolanguages' individual languages with the
remainder of the tag appended.
ot_tag (str): An OpenType language system tag.
global bcp_47
self.to_bcp_47[ot_tag].add (bcp_47_tag)
self.from_bcp_47[bcp_47_tag].add (ot_tag)
if bcp_47_tag.lower () not in bcp_47.grandfathered:
[macrolanguage, suffix] = bcp_47_tag.split ('-', 1)
if macrolanguage in bcp_47.macrolanguages:
s = set ()
for language in bcp_47.macrolanguages[macrolanguage]:
if language.lower () not in bcp_47.grandfathered:
s.add ('%s-%s' % (language, suffix))
bcp_47.macrolanguages['%s-%s' % (macrolanguage, suffix)] = s
except ValueError:
def _remove_language (tag_1, dict_1, dict_2):
for tag_2 in dict_1.pop (tag_1):
dict_2[tag_2].remove (tag_1)
if not dict_2[tag_2]:
del dict_2[tag_2]
def remove_language_ot (self, ot_tag):
"""Remove an OpenType tag from the registry.
ot_tag (str): An OpenType tag.
self._remove_language (ot_tag, self.to_bcp_47, self.from_bcp_47)
def remove_language_bcp_47 (self, bcp_47_tag):
"""Remove a BCP 47 tag from the registry.
bcp_47_tag (str): A BCP 47 tag.
self._remove_language (bcp_47_tag, self.from_bcp_47, self.to_bcp_47)
def inherit_from_macrolanguages (self):
"""Copy mappings from macrolanguages to individual languages.
If a BCP 47 tag for an individual mapping has no OpenType
mapping but its macrolanguage does, the mapping is copied to
the individual language. For example, als (Tosk Albanian) has no
explicit mapping, so it inherits from sq (Albanian) the mapping
to SQI.
If a BCP 47 tag for a macrolanguage has no OpenType mapping but
all of its individual languages do and they all map to the same
tags, the mapping is copied to the macrolanguage.
global bcp_47
original_ot_from_bcp_47 = dict (self.from_bcp_47)
for macrolanguage, languages in dict (bcp_47.macrolanguages).items ():
ot_macrolanguages = set (original_ot_from_bcp_47.get (macrolanguage, set ()))
if ot_macrolanguages:
for ot_macrolanguage in ot_macrolanguages:
for language in languages:
# Remove the following condition if e.g. nn should map to NYN,NOR
# instead of just NYN.
if language not in original_ot_from_bcp_47:
self.add_language (language, ot_macrolanguage)
self.ranks[ot_macrolanguage] += 1
for language in languages:
if language in original_ot_from_bcp_47:
if ot_macrolanguages:
ml = original_ot_from_bcp_47[language]
if ml:
ot_macrolanguages &= ml
ot_macrolanguages |= original_ot_from_bcp_47[language]
ot_macrolanguages.clear ()
if not ot_macrolanguages:
for ot_macrolanguage in ot_macrolanguages:
self.add_language (macrolanguage, ot_macrolanguage)
def sort_languages (self):
"""Sort the values of ``from_bcp_47`` in ascending rank order."""
for language, tags in self.from_bcp_47.items ():
self.from_bcp_47[language] = sorted (tags,
key=lambda t: (self.ranks[t] + rank_delta (language, t), t))
ot = OpenTypeRegistryParser ()
class BCP47Parser (object):
"""A parser for the BCP 47 subtag registry.
header (str): The "File-Date" line of the registry.
names (Mapping[str, str]): A map of subtags to the names they
are given in the registry. Each value is a
``'\\n'``-separated list of names.
scopes (Mapping[str, str]): A map of language subtags to strings
suffixed to language names, including suffixes to explain
language scopes.
macrolanguages (DefaultDict[str, AbstractSet[str]]): A map of
language subtags to the sets of language subtags which
inherit from them. See
prefixes (DefaultDict[str, AbstractSet[str]]): A map of variant
subtags to their prefixes.
grandfathered (AbstractSet[str]): The set of grandfathered tags,
normalized to lowercase.
def __init__ (self):
self.header = ''
self.names = {}
self.scopes = {}
self.macrolanguages = collections.defaultdict (set)
self.prefixes = collections.defaultdict (set)
self.grandfathered = set ()
def parse (self, filename):
"""Parse the BCP 47 subtag registry.
filename (str): The file name of the registry.
with (filename, encoding='utf-8') as f:
subtag_type = None
subtag = None
deprecated = False
has_preferred_value = False
line_buffer = ''
for line in itertools.chain (f, ['']):
line = line.rstrip ()
if line.startswith (' '):
line_buffer += line[1:]
line, line_buffer = line_buffer, line
if line.startswith ('Type: '):
subtag_type = line.split (' ')[1]
deprecated = False
has_preferred_value = False
elif line.startswith ('Subtag: ') or line.startswith ('Tag: '):
subtag = line.split (' ')[1]
if subtag_type == 'grandfathered':
self.grandfathered.add (subtag.lower ())
elif line.startswith ('Description: '):
description = line.split (' ', 1)[1].replace (' (individual language)', '')
description = re.sub (' (\((individual |macro)language\)|languages)$', '',
if subtag in self.names:
self.names[subtag] += '\n' + description
self.names[subtag] = description
elif subtag_type == 'language' or subtag_type == 'grandfathered':
if line.startswith ('Scope: '):
scope = line.split (' ')[1]
if scope == 'macrolanguage':
scope = ' [macrolanguage]'
elif scope == 'collection':
scope = ' [family]'
self.scopes[subtag] = scope
elif line.startswith ('Deprecated: '):
self.scopes[subtag] = ' (retired code)' + self.scopes.get (subtag, '')
deprecated = True
elif deprecated and line.startswith ('Comments: see '):
# If a subtag is split into multiple replacement subtags,
# it essentially represents a macrolanguage.
for language in line.replace (',', '').split (' ')[2:]:
self._add_macrolanguage (subtag, language)
elif line.startswith ('Preferred-Value: '):
# If a subtag is deprecated in favor of a single replacement subtag,
# it is either a dialect or synonym of the preferred subtag. Either
# way, it is close enough to the truth to consider the replacement
# the macrolanguage of the deprecated language.
has_preferred_value = True
macrolanguage = line.split (' ')[1]
self._add_macrolanguage (macrolanguage, subtag)
elif not has_preferred_value and line.startswith ('Macrolanguage: '):
self._add_macrolanguage (line.split (' ')[1], subtag)
elif subtag_type == 'variant':
if line.startswith ('Prefix: '):
self.prefixes[subtag].add (line.split (' ')[1])
elif line.startswith ('File-Date: '):
self.header = line
expect (self.header)
def _add_macrolanguage (self, macrolanguage, language):
global ot
if language not in ot.from_bcp_47:
for l in self.macrolanguages.get (language, set ()):
self._add_macrolanguage (macrolanguage, l)
if macrolanguage not in ot.from_bcp_47:
for ls in list (self.macrolanguages.values ()):
if macrolanguage in ls:
ls.add (language)
self.macrolanguages[macrolanguage].add (language)
def remove_extra_macrolanguages (self):
"""Make every language have at most one macrolanguage."""
inverted = collections.defaultdict (list)
for macrolanguage, languages in self.macrolanguages.items ():
for language in languages:
inverted[language].append (macrolanguage)
for language, macrolanguages in inverted.items ():
if len (macrolanguages) > 1:
macrolanguages.sort (key=lambda ml: len (self.macrolanguages[ml]))
biggest_macrolanguage = macrolanguages.pop ()
for macrolanguage in macrolanguages:
self._add_macrolanguage (biggest_macrolanguage, macrolanguage)
def get_name (self, lt):
"""Return the names of the subtags in a language tag.
lt (LanguageTag): A BCP 47 language tag.
The name form of ``lt``.
name = self.names[lt.language].split ('\n')[0]
if lt.script:
name += '; ' + self.names[lt.script.title ()].split ('\n')[0]
if lt.region:
name += '; ' + self.names[lt.region.upper ()].split ('\n')[0]
if lt.variant:
name += '; ' + self.names[lt.variant].split ('\n')[0]
return name
bcp_47 = BCP47Parser ()
ot.parse (sys.argv[1])
bcp_47.parse (sys.argv[2])
ot.add_language ('ary', 'MOR')
ot.add_language ('ath', 'ATH')
ot.add_language ('bai', 'BML')
ot.ranks['BAL'] = ot.ranks['KAR'] + 1
ot.add_language ('ber', 'BBR')
ot.remove_language_ot ('PGR')
ot.add_language ('el-polyton', 'PGR')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['et'] = {'ekk'}
bcp_47.names['flm'] = 'Falam Chin'
bcp_47.scopes['flm'] = ' (retired code)'
bcp_47.macrolanguages['flm'] = {'cfm'}
ot.ranks['FNE'] = ot.ranks['TNE'] + 1
ot.add_language ('und-fonipa', 'IPPH')
ot.add_language ('und-fonnapa', 'APPH')
ot.remove_language_ot ('IRT')
ot.add_language ('ga-Latg', 'IRT')
ot.remove_language_ot ('KGE')
ot.add_language ('und-Geok', 'KGE')
ot.add_language ('guk', 'GUK')
ot.names['GUK'] = 'Gumuz (SIL fonts)'
ot.ranks['GUK'] = ot.ranks['GMZ'] + 1
bcp_47.macrolanguages['id'] = {'in'}
bcp_47.macrolanguages['ijo'] = {'ijc'}
ot.add_language ('kht', 'KHN')
ot.names['KHN'] = ot.names['KHT'] + ' (Microsoft fonts)'
ot.names['KHT'] = ot.names['KHT'] + ' (OpenType spec and SIL fonts)'
ot.ranks['KHN'] = ot.ranks['KHT']
ot.ranks['KHT'] += 1
ot.ranks['LCR'] = ot.ranks['MCR'] + 1
ot.names['MAL'] = 'Malayalam Traditional'
ot.ranks['MLR'] += 1
bcp_47.names['mhv'] = 'Arakanese'
bcp_47.scopes['mhv'] = ' (retired code)'
ot.add_language ('no', 'NOR')
ot.add_language ('oc-provenc', 'PRO')
ot.add_language ('qu', 'QUZ')
ot.add_language ('qub', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qud', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qug', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qup', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qur', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qus', 'QUH')
ot.add_language ('quw', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qux', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qva', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvh', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvj', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qvl', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvm', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvn', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvo', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qvp', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvw', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qvz', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qwa', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qws', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxa', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxc', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxh', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxl', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qxn', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxo', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxr', 'QVI')
ot.add_language ('qxt', 'QWH')
ot.add_language ('qxw', 'QWH')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['ro'].remove ('mo')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['ro-MD'].add ('mo')
ot.add_language ('sgw', 'SGW')
ot.names['SGW'] = ot.names['CHG'] + ' (SIL fonts)'
ot.ranks['SGW'] = ot.ranks['CHG'] + 1
ot.remove_language_ot ('SYRE')
ot.remove_language_ot ('SYRJ')
ot.remove_language_ot ('SYRN')
ot.add_language ('und-Syre', 'SYRE')
ot.add_language ('und-Syrj', 'SYRJ')
ot.add_language ('und-Syrn', 'SYRN')
bcp_47.names['xst'] = u"Silt'e"
bcp_47.scopes['xst'] = ' (retired code)'
bcp_47.macrolanguages['xst'] = {'stv', 'wle'}
ot.add_language ('xwo', 'TOD')
ot.remove_language_ot ('ZHH')
ot.remove_language_ot ('ZHP')
ot.remove_language_ot ('ZHT')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['zh'].remove ('lzh')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['zh'].remove ('yue')
ot.add_language ('zh-Hant-MO', 'ZHH')
ot.add_language ('zh-Hant-HK', 'ZHH')
ot.add_language ('zh-Hans', 'ZHS')
ot.add_language ('zh-Hant', 'ZHT')
ot.add_language ('zh-HK', 'ZHH')
ot.add_language ('zh-MO', 'ZHH')
ot.add_language ('zh-TW', 'ZHT')
ot.add_language ('lzh', 'ZHT')
ot.add_language ('lzh-Hans', 'ZHS')
ot.add_language ('yue', 'ZHH')
ot.add_language ('yue-Hans', 'ZHS')
bcp_47.macrolanguages['zom'] = {'yos'}
def rank_delta (bcp_47, ot):
"""Return a delta to apply to a BCP 47 tag's rank.
Most OpenType tags have a constant rank, but a few have ranks that
depend on the BCP 47 tag.
bcp_47 (str): A BCP 47 tag.
ot (str): An OpenType tag to.
A number to add to ``ot``'s rank when sorting ``bcp_47``'s
OpenType equivalents.
if bcp_47 == 'ak' and ot == 'AKA':
return -1
if bcp_47 == 'tw' and ot == 'TWI':
return -1
return 0
disambiguation = {
'ALT': 'alt',
'ARK': 'rki',
'BHI': 'bhb',
'BLN': 'bjt',
'BTI': 'beb',
'CCHN': 'cco',
'CMR': 'swb',
'CPP': 'crp',
'CRR': 'crx',
'DUJ': 'dwu',
'ECR': 'crj',
'HAL': 'cfm',
'HND': 'hnd',
'KIS': 'kqs',
'LRC': 'bqi',
'NDB': 'nd',
'NIS': 'njz',
'PLG': 'pce',
'PRO': 'pro',
'QIN': 'bgr',
'QUH': 'quh',
'QVI': 'qvi',
'QWH': 'qwh',
'SIG': 'stv',
'TNE': 'yrk',
'ZHH': 'zh-HK',
'ZHS': 'zh-Hans',
'ZHT': 'zh-Hant',
ot.inherit_from_macrolanguages ()
bcp_47.remove_extra_macrolanguages ()
ot.inherit_from_macrolanguages ()
ot.sort_languages ()
print ('/* == Start of generated table == */')
print ('/*')
print (' * The following table is generated by running:')
print (' *')
print (' * %s languagetags language-subtag-registry' % sys.argv[0])
print (' *')
print (' * on files with these headers:')
print (' *')
print (' * %s' % ot.header.strip ())
print (' * %s' % bcp_47.header)
print (' */')
print ()
print ('#ifndef HB_OT_TAG_TABLE_HH')
print ('#define HB_OT_TAG_TABLE_HH')
print ()
print ('static const LangTag ot_languages[] = {')
def hb_tag (tag):
"""Convert a tag to ``HB_TAG`` form.
tag (str): An OpenType tag.
A snippet of C++ representing ``tag``.
return u"HB_TAG('%s','%s','%s','%s')" % tuple (('%-4s' % tag)[:4])
def get_variant_set (name):
"""Return a set of variant language names from a name.
name (str): A list of language names from the BCP 47 registry,
joined on ``'\\n'``.
A set of normalized language names.
return set (unicodedata.normalize ('NFD', n.replace ('\u2019', u"'"))
.encode ('ASCII', 'ignore')
.strip ()
for n in re.split ('[\n(),]', name) if n)
def language_name_intersection (a, b):
"""Return the names in common between two language names.
a (str): A list of language names from the BCP 47 registry,
joined on ``'\\n'``.
b (str): A list of language names from the BCP 47 registry,
joined on ``'\\n'``.
The normalized language names shared by ``a`` and ``b``.
return get_variant_set (a).intersection (get_variant_set (b))
def get_matching_language_name (intersection, candidates):
return next (iter (c for c in candidates if not intersection.isdisjoint (get_variant_set (c))))
maximum_tags = 0
for language, tags in sorted (ot.from_bcp_47.items ()):
if language == '' or '-' in language:
print (' {\"%s\",\t{' % language, end='')
maximum_tags = max (maximum_tags, len (tags))
tag_count = len (tags)
for i, tag in enumerate (tags, start=1):
if i > 1:
print ('\t\t ', end='')
print (hb_tag (tag), end='')
if i == tag_count:
print ('}}', end='')
print (',\t/* ', end='')
bcp_47_name = bcp_47.names.get (language, '')
bcp_47_name_candidates = bcp_47_name.split ('\n')
intersection = language_name_intersection (bcp_47_name, ot.names[tag])
scope = bcp_47.scopes.get (language, '')
if not intersection:
write ('%s%s -> %s' % (bcp_47_name_candidates[0], scope, ot.names[tag]))
name = get_matching_language_name (intersection, bcp_47_name_candidates)
bcp_47.names[language] = name
write ('%s%s' % (name if len (name) > len (ot.names[tag]) else ot.names[tag], scope))
print (' */')
print ('};')
print ()
print ('static_assert (HB_OT_MAX_TAGS_PER_LANGUAGE == %iu, "");' % maximum_tags)
print ()
print ('/**')
print (' * hb_ot_tags_from_complex_language:')
print (' * @lang_str: a BCP 47 language tag to convert.')
print (' * @limit: a pointer to the end of the substring of @lang_str to consider for')
print (' * conversion.')
print (' * @count: maximum number of language tags to retrieve (IN) and actual number of')
print (' * language tags retrieved (OUT). If no tags are retrieved, it is not modified.')
print (' * @tags: array of size at least @language_count to store the language tag')
print (' * results')
print (' *')
print (' * Converts a multi-subtag BCP 47 language tag to language tags.')
print (' *')
print (' * Return value: Whether any language systems were retrieved.')
print (' **/')
print ('static bool')
print ('hb_ot_tags_from_complex_language (const char *lang_str,')
print ('\t\t\t\t const char *limit,')
print ('\t\t\t\t unsigned int *count /* IN/OUT */,')
print ('\t\t\t\t hb_tag_t *tags /* OUT */)')
print ('{')
def print_subtag_matches (subtag, new_line):
if subtag:
if new_line:
print ()
print ('\t&& ', end='')
print ('subtag_matches (lang_str, limit, "-%s")' % subtag, end='')
complex_tags = collections.defaultdict (list)
for initial, group in itertools.groupby ((lt_tags for lt_tags in [
(LanguageTag (language), tags)
for language, tags in sorted (ot.from_bcp_47.items (),
key=lambda i: (-len (i[0]), i[0]))
] if lt_tags[0].is_complex ()),
key=lambda lt_tags: lt_tags[0].get_group ()):
complex_tags[initial] += group
for initial, items in sorted (complex_tags.items ()):
if initial != 'und':
for lt, tags in items:
if lt.variant in bcp_47.prefixes:
expect (next (iter (bcp_47.prefixes[lt.variant])) == lt.language,
'%s is not a valid prefix of %s' % (lt.language, lt.variant))
print (' if (', end='')
print_subtag_matches (lt.script, False)
print_subtag_matches (lt.region, False)
print_subtag_matches (lt.variant, False)
print (')')
print (' {')
write (' /* %s */' % bcp_47.get_name (lt))
print ()
if len (tags) == 1:
write (' tags[0] = %s; /* %s */' % (hb_tag (tags[0]), ot.names[tags[0]]))
print ()
print (' *count = 1;')
print (' hb_tag_t possible_tags[] = {')
for tag in tags:
write (' %s, /* %s */' % (hb_tag (tag), ot.names[tag]))
print ()
print (' };')
print (' for (i = 0; i < %s && i < *count; i++)' % len (tags))
print (' tags[i] = possible_tags[i];')
print (' *count = i;')
print (' return true;')
print (' }')
print (' switch (lang_str[0])')
print (' {')
for initial, items in sorted (complex_tags.items ()):
if initial == 'und':
print (" case '%s':" % initial)
for lt, tags in items:
print (' if (', end='')
if lt.grandfathered:
print ('0 == strcmp (&lang_str[1], "%s")' % lt.language[1:], end='')
string_literal = lt.language[1:] + '-'
if lt.script:
string_literal += lt.script
lt.script = None
if lt.region:
string_literal += '-' + lt.region
lt.region = None
if string_literal[-1] == '-':
print ('0 == strncmp (&lang_str[1], "%s", %i)' % (string_literal, len (string_literal)), end='')
print ('lang_matches (&lang_str[1], "%s")' % string_literal, end='')
print_subtag_matches (lt.script, True)
print_subtag_matches (lt.region, True)
print_subtag_matches (lt.variant, True)
print (')')
print (' {')
write (' /* %s */' % bcp_47.get_name (lt))
print ()
if len (tags) == 1:
write (' tags[0] = %s; /* %s */' % (hb_tag (tags[0]), ot.names[tags[0]]))
print ()
print (' *count = 1;')
print (' unsigned int i;')
print (' hb_tag_t possible_tags[] = {')
for tag in tags:
write ('\t%s, /* %s */' % (hb_tag (tag), ot.names[tag]))
print ()
print (' };')
print (' for (i = 0; i < %s && i < *count; i++)' % len (tags))
print ('\ttags[i] = possible_tags[i];')
print (' *count = i;')
print (' return true;')
print (' }')
print (' break;')
print (' }')
print (' return false;')
print ('}')
print ()
print ('/**')
print (' * hb_ot_ambiguous_tag_to_language')
print (' * @tag: A language tag.')
print (' *')
print (' * Converts @tag to a BCP 47 language tag if it is ambiguous (it corresponds to')
print (' * many language tags) and the best tag is not the alphabetically first, or if')
print (' * the best tag consists of multiple subtags.')
print (' *')
print (' * Return value: The #hb_language_t corresponding to the BCP 47 language tag,')
print (' * or #HB_LANGUAGE_INVALID if @tag is not ambiguous.')
print (' **/')
print ('static hb_language_t')
print ('hb_ot_ambiguous_tag_to_language (hb_tag_t tag)')
print ('{')
print (' switch (tag)')
print (' {')
def verify_disambiguation_dict ():
"""Verify and normalize ``disambiguation``.
``disambiguation`` is a map of ambiguous OpenType language system
tags to the particular BCP 47 tags they correspond to. This function
checks that all its keys really are ambiguous and that each key's
value is valid for that key. It checks that no ambiguous tag is
missing, except when it can figure out which BCP 47 tag is the best
by itself.
It modifies ``disambiguation`` to remove keys whose values are the
same as those that the fallback would return anyway, and to add
ambiguous keys whose disambiguations it determined automatically.
AssertionError: Verification failed.
global bcp_47
global disambiguation
global ot
for ot_tag, bcp_47_tags in ot.to_bcp_47.items ():
primary_tags = list (t for t in bcp_47_tags if t not in bcp_47.grandfathered and ot.from_bcp_47.get (t)[0] == ot_tag)
if len (primary_tags) == 1:
expect (ot_tag not in disambiguation, 'unnecessary disambiguation for OT tag: %s' % ot_tag)
if '-' in primary_tags[0]:
disambiguation[ot_tag] = primary_tags[0]
elif len (primary_tags) == 0:
expect (ot_tag not in disambiguation, 'There is no possible valid disambiguation for %s' % ot_tag)
macrolanguages = list (t for t in primary_tags if bcp_47.scopes.get (t) == ' [macrolanguage]')
if len (macrolanguages) != 1:
macrolanguages = list (t for t in primary_tags if bcp_47.scopes.get (t) == ' [family]')
if len (macrolanguages) != 1:
macrolanguages = list (t for t in primary_tags if 'retired code' not in bcp_47.scopes.get (t, ''))
if len (macrolanguages) != 1:
expect (ot_tag in disambiguation, 'ambiguous OT tag: %s %s' % (ot_tag, str (macrolanguages)))
expect (disambiguation[ot_tag] in bcp_47_tags,
'%s is not a valid disambiguation for %s' % (disambiguation[ot_tag], ot_tag))
elif ot_tag not in disambiguation:
disambiguation[ot_tag] = macrolanguages[0]
if disambiguation[ot_tag] == sorted (primary_tags)[0] and '-' not in disambiguation[ot_tag]:
del disambiguation[ot_tag]
for ot_tag in disambiguation.keys ():
expect (ot_tag in ot.to_bcp_47, 'unknown OT tag: %s' % ot_tag)
verify_disambiguation_dict ()
for ot_tag, bcp_47_tag in sorted (disambiguation.items ()):
write (' case %s: /* %s */' % (hb_tag (ot_tag), ot.names[ot_tag]))
print ()
write (' return hb_language_from_string (\"%s\", -1); /* %s */' % (bcp_47_tag, bcp_47.get_name (LanguageTag (bcp_47_tag))))
print ()
print (' default:')
print (' return HB_LANGUAGE_INVALID;')
print (' }')
print ('}')
print ()
print ('#endif /* HB_OT_TAG_TABLE_HH */')
print ()
print ('/* == End of generated table == */')