author Aryeh Gregor <>
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 17:20:58 +0300
changeset 101232 b5c4b792f3f2a047e3517472d72842a76afb77cd
parent 94846 f4157e8c410708d76703f19e4dfb61859bfe32d8
child 103381 a16372ce30b5f6b747246b01fcd215a4bf3b6342
child 107012 08187a7ea8974548382f5d7775df8171a4ec6449
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 777292 part 2 - Change all nsnull to nullptr

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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#include "nscore.h"
#include "nsTArray.h"
#include "nsString.h"

class nsISMILAttr;
class nsISMILAnimationElement;
class nsSMILTimeValue;
class nsSMILValue;
class nsSMILRepeatCount;
class nsSMILTimeValueSpecParams;

 * Common parsing utilities for the SMIL module. There is little re-use here; it
 * simply serves to simplify other classes by moving parsing outside and to aid
 * unit testing.
class nsSMILParserUtils
  // Abstract helper-class for assisting in parsing |values| attribute
  class GenericValueParser {
    virtual nsresult Parse(const nsAString& aValueStr) = 0;

  static nsresult ParseKeySplines(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                  nsTArray<double>& aSplineArray);

  // Used for parsing the |keyTimes| and |keyPoints| attributes.
  static nsresult ParseSemicolonDelimitedProgressList(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                                      bool aNonDecreasing,
                                                      nsTArray<double>& aArray);

  static nsresult ParseValues(const nsAString& aSpec,
                              const nsISMILAnimationElement* aSrcElement,
                              const nsISMILAttr& aAttribute,
                              nsTArray<nsSMILValue>& aValuesArray,
                              bool& aPreventCachingOfSandwich);

  // Generic method that will run some code on each sub-section of an animation
  // element's "values" list.
  static nsresult ParseValuesGeneric(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                     GenericValueParser& aParser);

  static nsresult ParseRepeatCount(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                   nsSMILRepeatCount& aResult);

  static nsresult ParseTimeValueSpecParams(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                           nsSMILTimeValueSpecParams& aResult);

  // Used with ParseClockValue. Allow + or - before a clock value.
  static const PRInt8 kClockValueAllowSign       = 1;
  // Used with ParseClockValue. Allow "indefinite" in a clock value
  static const PRInt8 kClockValueAllowIndefinite = 2;

   * This method can actually parse more than a clock value as defined in the
   * SMIL Animation specification. It can also parse:
   *  - the + or - before an offset
   *  - the special value "indefinite"
   *  - the special value "media"
   * Because the value "media" cannot be represented as part of an
   * nsSMILTimeValue and has different meanings depending on where it is used,
   * it is passed out as a separate parameter (which can be set to nullptr if the
   * media attribute is not allowed).
   * @param aSpec    The string containing a clock value, e.g. "10s"
   * @param aResult  The parsed result. May be NULL (e.g. if this method is
   *                 being called just to test if aSpec is a valid clock value).
   *                 [OUT]
   * @param aFlags   A combination of the kClockValue* bit flags OR'ed together
   *                 to define what additional syntax is allowed.
   * @param aIsMedia Optional out parameter which, if not null, will be set to
   *                 true if the value is the string "media", false
   *                 otherwise. If it is null, the string "media" is not
   *                 allowed.
   * @return NS_OK if aSpec was successfully parsed as a valid clock value
   * (according to aFlags), an error code otherwise.
  static nsresult ParseClockValue(const nsAString& aSpec,
                                  nsSMILTimeValue* aResult,
                                  PRUint32 aFlags = 0,
                                  bool* aIsMedia = nullptr);

   * This method checks whether the given string looks like a negative number.
   * Specifically, it checks whether the string looks matches the pattern
   * "[whitespace]*-[numeral].*" If the string matches this pattern, this
   * method returns the index of the first character after the '-' sign
   * (i.e. the index of the absolute value).  If not, this method returns -1.
  static PRInt32 CheckForNegativeNumber(const nsAString& aStr);