intl/chardet/nsDetectionConfident.h
author jugglinmike <mike@mikepennisi.com>
Wed, 06 Mar 2019 10:36:09 +0000
changeset 525511 e20cba1999ba07671c6e7ee7762eeaf112fbecaf
parent 418830 6a629adbb62a299d7208373d1c6f375149d2afdb
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1529244 [wpt PR 15472] - [wptrunner] Remove unused method, a=testonly Automatic update from web-platform-tests [wptrunner] Remove unused method (#15472) `after_conect` is a misnomer for the `after_connect` method of the generic `Protocol` class. -- wpt-commits: 048fff6e501c70fdcd2181bf04b3194afe64daa1 wpt-pr: 15472

/* -*- Mode: C; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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#ifndef nsDetetctionConfident_h__
#define nsDetetctionConfident_h__

/*
  This type is used to indicate how confident the detection module about
  the return result.

  eNoAnswerYet is used to indicate that the detector have not find out a
               answer yet based on the data it received.
  eBestAnswer  is used to indicate that the answer the detector returned
               is the best one within the knowledge of the detector.
               In other words, the test to all other candidcates fail.

               For example, the (Shift_JIS/EUC-JP/ISO-2022-JP) detection
               module may return this with answer "Shift_JIS "if it receive
               bytes > 0x80 (which make ISO-2022-JP test failed) and byte
               0x82 (which may EUC-JP test failed)

  eSureAnswer  is used to indicate that the detector is 100% sure about the
               answer.
               Exmaple 1; the Shift_JIS/ISO-2022-JP/EUC-JP detector return
               this w/ ISO-2022-JP when it hit one of the following ESC seq
                  ESC ( J
                  ESC $ @
                  ESC $ B
               Example 2: the detector which can detect UCS2 return w/ UCS2
               when the first 2 byte are BOM mark.
               Example 3: the Korean detector return ISO-2022-KR when it
               hit ESC $ ) C

 */
typedef enum {
  eNoAnswerYet = 0,
  eBestAnswer,
  eSureAnswer,
  eNoAnswerMatch
} nsDetectionConfident;

#endif /* nsDetetctionConfident_h__ */