author Jason Orendorff <>
Fri, 27 Jan 2012 14:16:22 -0600
changeset 85614 42408569a696aebdfeb742bca0b035553de3b25c
parent 1 9b2a99adc05e53cd4010de512f50118594756650
child 94475 f4157e8c410708d76703f19e4dfb61859bfe32d8
permissions -rw-r--r--
Make the JS debugger consistently ignore dummy frames, fixing an assertion failure. Bug 678086, r=jimb.

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// =======================================================================
// Original Author: Yueheng Xu
// email:
// phone: (503)264-2248
// Intel Corporation, Oregon, USA
// Last Update: September 7, 1999
// Revision History: 
// 09/07/1999 - initial version.
// 09/28/1999 - changed leftbyte and rightbyte from char to unsigned char 
//              in struct DByte
// 04/10/1999 - changed leftbyte. rightbyte to PRUint8 in struct DByte;
//              added table UnicodeToGBKTable[0x5200]
// 05/16/2000 - added gUnicodeToGBKTableInitialized flag for optimization
// ======================================================================================
// Table GBKToUnicode[] maps the GBK code to its unicode.
// The mapping data of this GBK table is obtained from 
// Frank Tang of Netscape wrote the original perl tool to re-align the 
// mapping data into an 8-item per line format ( i.e. file cp936map.txt ).
// The valid GBK charset range: left byte is [0x81, 0xfe], right byte are
// [0x40, 0x7e] and [0x80, 0xfe]. But for the convenience of index 
// calculation, the table here has a single consecutive range of 
// [0x40, 0xfe] for the right byte. Those invalid chars whose right byte 
// is 0x7f will be mapped to undefined unicode 0xFFFF.
// Table UnicodeToGBK[] maps the unicode to GBK code. To reduce memory usage, we
// only do Unicode to GBK table mapping for unicode between 0x4E00 and 0xA000; 
// Others let converter to do search from table GBKToUnicode[]. If we want further
// trade memory for performance, we can let more unicode to do table mapping to get
// its GBK instead of searching table GBKToUnicode[]. 
#ifndef _GBKU_H__
#define _GBKU_H__

#define  UCS2_NO_MAPPING ((PRUnichar) 0xfffd)
#define UINT8_IN_RANGE(a, b, c) \
 (((PRUint8)(a) <= (PRUint8)(b))&&((PRUint8)(b) <= (PRUint8)(c)))
#define UNICHAR_IN_RANGE(a, b, c) \
 (((PRUnichar)(a) <= (PRUnichar)(b))&&((PRUnichar)(b) <= (PRUnichar)(c)))
#define CAST_CHAR_TO_UNICHAR(a) ((PRUnichar)((unsigned char)(a)))
#define CAST_UNICHAR_TO_CHAR(a) ((char)a)

#define IS_ASCII(a) (0==(0xff80 & (a)))
#define IS_GBK_EURO(c) ((char)0x80 == (c))
#define UCS2_EURO  ((PRUnichar) 0x20ac)

#include "nsGBKConvUtil.h"

#endif /* _GBKU_H__ */