storage/SQLCollations.h
author Dzmitry Malyshau <dmalyshau@mozilla.com>
Tue, 19 Mar 2019 21:00:08 +0000
changeset 465114 16570d6848793f44fdccbc1744558cb4f4583990
parent 448947 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
child 472056 e1993a1f09ac53cd1a04fdf6a87f8cad8e44f73e
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Bug 1536085 - Update plane-split to 0.13.8 r=jrmuizel Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D24095

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#ifndef mozilla_storage_SQLCollations_h
#define mozilla_storage_SQLCollations_h

#include "mozStorageService.h"
#include "nscore.h"
#include "nsString.h"

#include "sqlite3.h"

namespace mozilla {
namespace storage {

/**
 * Registers the collating sequences declared here with the specified
 * database and Service.
 *
 * @param  aDB
 *         The database we'll be registering the collations with.
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by our collations.
 * @return the SQLite status code indicating success or failure.
 */
int registerCollations(sqlite3 *aDB, Service *aService);

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//// Predefined Functions

/**
 * Custom UTF-8 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case- and accent-insensitive.  This is called by SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollation8(void *aService, int aLen1, const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                     const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-8 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case-sensitive and accent-insensitive.  This is called by
 * SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationCaseSensitive8(void *aService, int aLen1, const void *aStr1,
                                  int aLen2, const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-8 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case-insensitive and accent-sensitive.  This is called by
 * SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationAccentSensitive8(void *aService, int aLen1,
                                    const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                                    const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-8 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case- and accent-sensitive.  This is called by SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationCaseAccentSensitive8(void *aService, int aLen1,
                                        const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                                        const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-16 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case- and accent-insensitive.  This is called by SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollation16(void *aService, int aLen1, const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                      const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-16 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case-sensitive and accent-insensitive.  This is called by
 * SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationCaseSensitive16(void *aService, int aLen1, const void *aStr1,
                                   int aLen2, const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-16 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case-insensitive and accent-sensitive.  This is called by
 * SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationAccentSensitive16(void *aService, int aLen1,
                                     const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                                     const void *aStr2);

/**
 * Custom UTF-16 collating sequence that respects the application's locale.
 * Comparison is case- and accent-sensitive.  This is called by SQLite.
 *
 * @param  aService
 *         The Service that owns the nsICollation used by this collation.
 * @param  aLen1
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr1.
 * @param  aStr1
 *         The string to be compared against aStr2.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @param  aLen2
 *         The number of bytes (not characters) in aStr2.
 * @param  aStr2
 *         The string to be compared against aStr1.  It will be passed in by
 *         SQLite as a non-null-terminated char16_t* buffer.
 * @return aStr1 - aStr2.  That is, if aStr1 < aStr2, returns a negative number.
 *         If aStr1 > aStr2, returns a positive number.  If aStr1 == aStr2,
 *         returns 0.
 */
int localeCollationCaseAccentSensitive16(void *aService, int aLen1,
                                         const void *aStr1, int aLen2,
                                         const void *aStr2);

}  // namespace storage
}  // namespace mozilla

#endif  // mozilla_storage_SQLCollations_h