Class: Encoding::Converter

Inherits:
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Defined in:
transcode.c

Constant Summary collapse

INVALID_MASK =

Mask for invalid byte sequences

INT2FIX(ECONV_INVALID_MASK)
INVALID_REPLACE =

Replace invalid byte sequences

INT2FIX(ECONV_INVALID_REPLACE)
UNDEF_MASK =

Mask for a valid character in the source encoding but no related character(s) in destination encoding.

INT2FIX(ECONV_UNDEF_MASK)
UNDEF_REPLACE =

Replace byte sequences that are undefined in the destination encoding.

INT2FIX(ECONV_UNDEF_REPLACE)
UNDEF_HEX_CHARREF =

Replace byte sequences that are undefined in the destination encoding with an XML hexadecimal character reference. This is valid for XML conversion.

INT2FIX(ECONV_UNDEF_HEX_CHARREF)
PARTIAL_INPUT =

Indicates the source may be part of a larger string. See primitive_convert for an example.

INT2FIX(ECONV_PARTIAL_INPUT)
AFTER_OUTPUT =

Stop converting after some output is complete but before all of the input was consumed. See primitive_convert for an example.

INT2FIX(ECONV_AFTER_OUTPUT)
UNIVERSAL_NEWLINE_DECORATOR =

Decorator for converting CRLF and CR to LF

INT2FIX(ECONV_UNIVERSAL_NEWLINE_DECORATOR)
CRLF_NEWLINE_DECORATOR =

Decorator for converting LF to CRLF

INT2FIX(ECONV_CRLF_NEWLINE_DECORATOR)
CR_NEWLINE_DECORATOR =

Decorator for converting LF to CR

INT2FIX(ECONV_CR_NEWLINE_DECORATOR)
XML_TEXT_DECORATOR =

Escape as XML CharData

INT2FIX(ECONV_XML_TEXT_DECORATOR)
XML_ATTR_CONTENT_DECORATOR =

Escape as XML AttValue

INT2FIX(ECONV_XML_ATTR_CONTENT_DECORATOR)
XML_ATTR_QUOTE_DECORATOR =

Escape as XML AttValue

INT2FIX(ECONV_XML_ATTR_QUOTE_DECORATOR)

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#Encoding::Converter.new(source_encoding, destination_encoding) ⇒ Object #Encoding::Converter.new(source_encoding, destination_encoding, opt) ⇒ Object #Encoding::Converter.new(convpath) ⇒ Object

possible options elements:

hash form:
  :invalid => nil            # raise error on invalid byte sequence (default)
  :invalid => :replace       # replace invalid byte sequence
  :undef => nil              # raise error on undefined conversion (default)
  :undef => :replace         # replace undefined conversion
  :replace => string         # replacement string ("?" or "\uFFFD" if not specified)
  :newline => :universal     # decorator for converting CRLF and CR to LF
  :newline => :crlf          # decorator for converting LF to CRLF
  :newline => :cr            # decorator for converting LF to CR
  :universal_newline => true # decorator for converting CRLF and CR to LF
  :crlf_newline => true      # decorator for converting LF to CRLF
  :cr_newline => true        # decorator for converting LF to CR
  :xml => :text              # escape as XML CharData.
  :xml => :attr              # escape as XML AttValue
integer form:
  Encoding::Converter::INVALID_REPLACE
  Encoding::Converter::UNDEF_REPLACE
  Encoding::Converter::UNDEF_HEX_CHARREF
  Encoding::Converter::UNIVERSAL_NEWLINE_DECORATOR
  Encoding::Converter::CRLF_NEWLINE_DECORATOR
  Encoding::Converter::CR_NEWLINE_DECORATOR
  Encoding::Converter::XML_TEXT_DECORATOR
  Encoding::Converter::XML_ATTR_CONTENT_DECORATOR
  Encoding::Converter::XML_ATTR_QUOTE_DECORATOR

Encoding::Converter.new creates an instance of Encoding::Converter.

Source_encoding and destination_encoding should be a string or Encoding object.

opt should be nil, a hash or an integer.

convpath should be an array. convpath may contain

  • two-element arrays which contain encodings or encoding names, or

  • strings representing decorator names.

Encoding::Converter.new optionally takes an option. The option should be a hash or an integer. The option hash can contain :invalid => nil, etc. The option integer should be logical-or of constants such as Encoding::Converter::INVALID_REPLACE, etc.

:invalid => nil

Raise error on invalid byte sequence. This is a default behavior.

:invalid => :replace

Replace invalid byte sequence by replacement string.

:undef => nil

Raise an error if a character in source_encoding is not defined in destination_encoding. This is a default behavior.

:undef => :replace

Replace undefined character in destination_encoding with replacement string.

:replace => string

Specify the replacement string. If not specified, “uFFFD” is used for Unicode encodings and “?” for others.

:universal_newline => true

Convert CRLF and CR to LF.

:crlf_newline => true

Convert LF to CRLF.

:cr_newline => true

Convert LF to CR.

:xml => :text

Escape as XML CharData. This form can be used as a HTML 4.0 #PCDATA.

  • '&' -> '&'

  • '<' -> '&lt;'

  • '>' -> '&gt;'

  • undefined characters in destination_encoding -> hexadecimal CharRef such as &#xHH;

:xml => :attr

Escape as XML AttValue. The converted result is quoted as “…”. This form can be used as a HTML 4.0 attribute value.

  • '&' -> '&amp;'

  • '<' -> '&lt;'

  • '>' -> '&gt;'

  • '“' -> '&quot;'

  • undefined characters in destination_encoding -> hexadecimal CharRef such as &#xHH;

Examples:

# UTF-16BE to UTF-8
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-16BE", "UTF-8")

# Usually, decorators such as newline conversion are inserted last.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-16BE", "UTF-8", :universal_newline => true)
p ec.convpath #=> [[#<Encoding:UTF-16BE>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
              #    "universal_newline"]

# But, if the last encoding is ASCII incompatible,
# decorators are inserted before the last conversion.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-8", "UTF-16BE", :crlf_newline => true)
p ec.convpath #=> ["crlf_newline",
              #    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:UTF-16BE>]]

# Conversion path can be specified directly.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new(["universal_newline", ["EUC-JP", "UTF-8"], ["UTF-8", "UTF-16BE"]])
p ec.convpath #=> ["universal_newline",
              #    [#<Encoding:EUC-JP>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
              #    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:UTF-16BE>]]


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# File 'transcode.c', line 3369

static VALUE
econv_init(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE self)
{
    VALUE ecopts;
    volatile VALUE snamev, dnamev;
    const char *sname, *dname;
    rb_encoding *senc, *denc;
    rb_econv_t *ec;
    int ecflags;
    VALUE convpath;

    if (rb_check_typeddata(self, &econv_data_type)) {
        rb_raise(rb_eTypeError, "already initialized");
    }

    if (argc == 1 && !NIL_P(convpath = rb_check_array_type(argv[0]))) {
        ec = rb_econv_init_by_convpath(self, convpath, &sname, &dname, &senc, &denc);
        ecflags = 0;
        ecopts = Qnil;
    }
    else {
        econv_args(argc, argv, &snamev, &dnamev, &sname, &dname, &senc, &denc, &ecflags, &ecopts);
        ec = rb_econv_open_opts(sname, dname, ecflags, ecopts);
    }

    if (!ec) {
	VALUE exc = rb_econv_open_exc(sname, dname, ecflags);
	RB_GC_GUARD(snamev);
	RB_GC_GUARD(dnamev);
	rb_exc_raise(exc);
    }

    if (!DECORATOR_P(sname, dname)) {
        if (!senc)
            senc = make_dummy_encoding(sname);
        if (!denc)
            denc = make_dummy_encoding(dname);
	RB_GC_GUARD(snamev);
	RB_GC_GUARD(dnamev);
    }

    ec->source_encoding = senc;
    ec->destination_encoding = denc;

    DATA_PTR(self) = ec;

    return self;
}

Class Method Details

.Encoding::Converter.asciicompat_encoding(string) ⇒ Encoding? .Encoding::Converter.asciicompat_encoding(encoding) ⇒ Encoding?

Returns the corresponding ASCII compatible encoding.

Returns nil if the argument is an ASCII compatible encoding.

“corresponding ASCII compatible encoding” is an ASCII compatible encoding which can represents exactly the same characters as the given ASCII incompatible encoding. So, no conversion undefined error occurs when converting between the two encodings.

Encoding::Converter.asciicompat_encoding("ISO-2022-JP") #=> #<Encoding:stateless-ISO-2022-JP>
Encoding::Converter.asciicompat_encoding("UTF-16BE") #=> #<Encoding:UTF-8>
Encoding::Converter.asciicompat_encoding("UTF-8") #=> nil


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# File 'transcode.c', line 2975

static VALUE
econv_s_asciicompat_encoding(VALUE klass, VALUE arg)
{
    const char *arg_name, *result_name;
    rb_encoding *arg_enc, *result_enc;

    enc_arg(&arg, &arg_name, &arg_enc);

    result_name = rb_econv_asciicompat_encoding(arg_name);

    if (result_name == NULL)
        return Qnil;

    result_enc = make_encoding(result_name);

    return rb_enc_from_encoding(result_enc);
}

.Encoding::Converter.search_convpath(source_encoding, destination_encoding) ⇒ Object .Encoding::Converter.search_convpath(source_encoding, destination_encoding, opt) ⇒ Object

Returns a conversion path.

p Encoding::Converter.search_convpath("ISO-8859-1", "EUC-JP")
#=> [[#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
#    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:EUC-JP>]]

p Encoding::Converter.search_convpath("ISO-8859-1", "EUC-JP", universal_newline: true)
or
p Encoding::Converter.search_convpath("ISO-8859-1", "EUC-JP", newline: :universal)
#=> [[#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
#    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:EUC-JP>],
#    "universal_newline"]

p Encoding::Converter.search_convpath("ISO-8859-1", "UTF-32BE", universal_newline: true)
or
p Encoding::Converter.search_convpath("ISO-8859-1", "UTF-32BE", newline: :universal)
#=> [[#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
#    "universal_newline",
#    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:UTF-32BE>]]


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# File 'transcode.c', line 3136

static VALUE
econv_s_search_convpath(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE klass)
{
    volatile VALUE snamev, dnamev;
    const char *sname, *dname;
    rb_encoding *senc, *denc;
    int ecflags;
    VALUE ecopts;
    VALUE convpath;

    econv_args(argc, argv, &snamev, &dnamev, &sname, &dname, &senc, &denc, &ecflags, &ecopts);

    convpath = Qnil;
    transcode_search_path(sname, dname, search_convpath_i, &convpath);

    if (NIL_P(convpath))
        rb_exc_raise(rb_econv_open_exc(sname, dname, ecflags));

    if (decorate_convpath(convpath, ecflags) == -1)
        rb_exc_raise(rb_econv_open_exc(sname, dname, ecflags));

    return convpath;
}

Instance Method Details

#==(other) ⇒ Boolean



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# File 'transcode.c', line 3536

static VALUE
econv_equal(VALUE self, VALUE other)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec1 = check_econv(self);
    rb_econv_t *ec2;
    int i;

    if (!rb_typeddata_is_kind_of(other, &econv_data_type)) {
	return Qnil;
    }
    ec2 = DATA_PTR(other);
    if (!ec2) return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->source_encoding_name != ec2->source_encoding_name &&
	strcmp(ec1->source_encoding_name, ec2->source_encoding_name))
	return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->destination_encoding_name != ec2->destination_encoding_name &&
	strcmp(ec1->destination_encoding_name, ec2->destination_encoding_name))
	return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->flags != ec2->flags) return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->replacement_enc != ec2->replacement_enc &&
	strcmp(ec1->replacement_enc, ec2->replacement_enc))
	return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->replacement_len != ec2->replacement_len) return Qfalse;
    if (ec1->replacement_str != ec2->replacement_str &&
	memcmp(ec1->replacement_str, ec2->replacement_str, ec2->replacement_len))
	return Qfalse;

    if (ec1->num_trans != ec2->num_trans) return Qfalse;
    for (i = 0; i < ec1->num_trans; i++) {
        if (ec1->elems[i].tc->transcoder != ec2->elems[i].tc->transcoder)
	    return Qfalse;
    }
    return Qtrue;
}

#convert(source_string) ⇒ Object

Convert source_string and return destination_string.

source_string is assumed as a part of source. i.e. :partial_input=>true is specified internally. finish method should be used last.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "euc-jp")
puts ec.convert("\u3042").dump     #=> "\xA4\xA2"
puts ec.finish.dump                #=> ""

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("euc-jp", "utf-8")
puts ec.convert("\xA4").dump       #=> ""
puts ec.convert("\xA2").dump       #=> "\xE3\x81\x82"
puts ec.finish.dump                #=> ""

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "iso-2022-jp")
puts ec.convert("\xE3").dump       #=> "".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP")
puts ec.convert("\x81").dump       #=> "".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP")
puts ec.convert("\x82").dump       #=> "\e$B$\"".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP")
puts ec.finish.dump                #=> "\e(B".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP")

If a conversion error occur, Encoding::UndefinedConversionError or Encoding::InvalidByteSequenceError is raised. Encoding::Converter#convert doesn't supply methods to recover or restart from these exceptions. When you want to handle these conversion errors, use Encoding::Converter#primitive_convert.



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# File 'transcode.c', line 3826

static VALUE
econv_convert(VALUE self, VALUE source_string)
{
    VALUE ret, dst;
    VALUE av[5];
    int ac;
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);

    StringValue(source_string);

    dst = rb_str_new(NULL, 0);

    av[0] = rb_str_dup(source_string);
    av[1] = dst;
    av[2] = Qnil;
    av[3] = Qnil;
    av[4] = INT2NUM(ECONV_PARTIAL_INPUT);
    ac = 5;

    ret = econv_primitive_convert(ac, av, self);

    if (ret == sym_invalid_byte_sequence ||
        ret == sym_undefined_conversion ||
        ret == sym_incomplete_input) {
        VALUE exc = make_econv_exception(ec);
        rb_exc_raise(exc);
    }

    if (ret == sym_finished) {
        rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "converter already finished");
    }

    if (ret != sym_source_buffer_empty) {
        rb_bug("unexpected result of econv_primitive_convert");
    }

    return dst;
}

#convpathObject

Returns the conversion path of ec.

The result is an array of conversions.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("ISO-8859-1", "EUC-JP", crlf_newline: true)
p ec.convpath
#=> [[#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>],
#    [#<Encoding:UTF-8>, #<Encoding:EUC-JP>],
#    "crlf_newline"]

Each element of the array is a pair of encodings or a string. A pair means an encoding conversion. A string means a decorator.

In the above example, [#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>, #<Encoding:UTF-8>] means a converter from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8. “crlf_newline” means newline converter from LF to CRLF.



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# File 'transcode.c', line 3512

static VALUE
econv_convpath(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    VALUE result;
    int i;

    result = rb_ary_new();
    for (i = 0; i < ec->num_trans; i++) {
        const rb_transcoder *tr = ec->elems[i].tc->transcoder;
        VALUE v;
        if (DECORATOR_P(tr->src_encoding, tr->dst_encoding))
            v = rb_str_new_cstr(tr->dst_encoding);
        else
            v = rb_assoc_new(make_encobj(tr->src_encoding), make_encobj(tr->dst_encoding));
        rb_ary_push(result, v);
    }
    return result;
}

#destination_encodingEncoding

Returns the destination encoding as an Encoding object.



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# File 'transcode.c', line 3481

static VALUE
econv_destination_encoding(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    if (!ec->destination_encoding)
        return Qnil;
    return rb_enc_from_encoding(ec->destination_encoding);
}

#finishString

Finishes the converter. It returns the last part of the converted string.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "iso-2022-jp")
p ec.convert("\u3042")     #=> "\e$B$\""
p ec.finish                #=> "\e(B"


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# File 'transcode.c', line 3876

static VALUE
econv_finish(VALUE self)
{
    VALUE ret, dst;
    VALUE av[5];
    int ac;
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);

    dst = rb_str_new(NULL, 0);

    av[0] = Qnil;
    av[1] = dst;
    av[2] = Qnil;
    av[3] = Qnil;
    av[4] = INT2FIX(0);
    ac = 5;

    ret = econv_primitive_convert(ac, av, self);

    if (ret == sym_invalid_byte_sequence ||
        ret == sym_undefined_conversion ||
        ret == sym_incomplete_input) {
        VALUE exc = make_econv_exception(ec);
        rb_exc_raise(exc);
    }

    if (ret != sym_finished) {
        rb_bug("unexpected result of econv_primitive_convert");
    }

    return dst;
}

#insert_output(string) ⇒ nil

Inserts string into the encoding converter. The string will be converted to the destination encoding and output on later conversions.

If the destination encoding is stateful, string is converted according to the state and the state is updated.

This method should be used only when a conversion error occurs.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "iso-8859-1")
src = "HIRAGANA LETTER A is \u{3042}."
dst = ""
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst)    #=> :undefined_conversion
puts "[#{dst.dump}, #{src.dump}]"   #=> ["HIRAGANA LETTER A is ", "."]
ec.insert_output("<err>")
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst)    #=> :finished
puts "[#{dst.dump}, #{src.dump}]"   #=> ["HIRAGANA LETTER A is <err>.", ""]

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "iso-2022-jp")
src = "\u{306F 3041 3068 2661 3002}" # U+2661 is not representable in iso-2022-jp
dst = ""
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst)    #=> :undefined_conversion
puts "[#{dst.dump}, #{src.dump}]"   #=> ["\e$B$O$!$H".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP"), "\xE3\x80\x82"]
ec.insert_output "?"                # state change required to output "?".
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst)    #=> :finished
puts "[#{dst.dump}, #{src.dump}]"   #=> ["\e$B$O$!$H\e(B?\e$B!#\e(B".force_encoding("ISO-2022-JP"), ""]


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# File 'transcode.c', line 4042

static VALUE
econv_insert_output(VALUE self, VALUE string)
{
    const char *insert_enc;

    int ret;

    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);

    StringValue(string);
    insert_enc = rb_econv_encoding_to_insert_output(ec);
    string = rb_str_encode(string, rb_enc_from_encoding(rb_enc_find(insert_enc)), 0, Qnil);

    ret = rb_econv_insert_output(ec, (const unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(string), RSTRING_LEN(string), insert_enc);
    if (ret == -1) {
	rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "too big string");
    }

    return Qnil;
}

#inspectString

Returns a printable version of ec

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("iso-8859-1", "utf-8")
puts ec.inspect    #=> #<Encoding::Converter: ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8>


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static VALUE
econv_inspect(VALUE self)
{
    const char *cname = rb_obj_classname(self);
    rb_econv_t *ec;

    TypedData_Get_Struct(self, rb_econv_t, &econv_data_type, ec);
    if (!ec)
        return rb_sprintf("#<%s: uninitialized>", cname);
    else {
        const char *sname = ec->source_encoding_name;
        const char *dname = ec->destination_encoding_name;
        VALUE str;
        str = rb_sprintf("#<%s: ", cname);
        econv_description(sname, dname, ec->flags, str);
        rb_str_cat2(str, ">");
        return str;
    }
}

#last_errorException?

Returns an exception object for the last conversion. Returns nil if the last conversion did not produce an error.

“error” means that Encoding::InvalidByteSequenceError and Encoding::UndefinedConversionError for Encoding::Converter#convert and :invalid_byte_sequence, :incomplete_input and :undefined_conversion for Encoding::Converter#primitive_convert.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "iso-8859-1")
p ec.primitive_convert(src="\xf1abcd", dst="")       #=> :invalid_byte_sequence
p ec.last_error      #=> #<Encoding::InvalidByteSequenceError: "\xF1" followed by "a" on UTF-8>
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst, nil, 1)             #=> :destination_buffer_full
p ec.last_error      #=> nil


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# File 'transcode.c', line 4136

static VALUE
econv_last_error(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    VALUE exc;

    exc = make_econv_exception(ec);
    if (NIL_P(exc))
        return Qnil;
    return exc;
}

#primitive_convert(source_buffer, destination_buffer) ⇒ Object #primitive_convert(source_buffer, destination_buffer, destination_byteoffset) ⇒ Object #primitive_convert(source_buffer, destination_buffer, destination_byteoffset, destination_bytesize) ⇒ Object #primitive_convert(source_buffer, destination_buffer, destination_byteoffset, destination_bytesize, opt) ⇒ Object

possible opt elements:

hash form:
  :partial_input => true           # source buffer may be part of larger source
  :after_output => true            # stop conversion after output before input
integer form:
  Encoding::Converter::PARTIAL_INPUT
  Encoding::Converter::AFTER_OUTPUT

possible results:

:invalid_byte_sequence
:incomplete_input
:undefined_conversion
:after_output
:destination_buffer_full
:source_buffer_empty
:finished

primitive_convert converts source_buffer into destination_buffer.

source_buffer should be a string or nil. nil means an empty string.

destination_buffer should be a string.

destination_byteoffset should be an integer or nil. nil means the end of destination_buffer. If it is omitted, nil is assumed.

destination_bytesize should be an integer or nil. nil means unlimited. If it is omitted, nil is assumed.

opt should be nil, a hash or an integer. nil means no flags. If it is omitted, nil is assumed.

primitive_convert converts the content of source_buffer from beginning and store the result into destination_buffer.

destination_byteoffset and destination_bytesize specify the region which the converted result is stored. destination_byteoffset specifies the start position in destination_buffer in bytes. If destination_byteoffset is nil, destination_buffer.bytesize is used for appending the result. destination_bytesize specifies maximum number of bytes. If destination_bytesize is nil, destination size is unlimited. After conversion, destination_buffer is resized to destination_byteoffset + actually produced number of bytes. Also destination_buffer's encoding is set to destination_encoding.

primitive_convert drops the converted part of source_buffer. the dropped part is converted in destination_buffer or buffered in Encoding::Converter object.

primitive_convert stops conversion when one of following condition met.

  • invalid byte sequence found in source buffer (:invalid_byte_sequence) primitive_errinfo and last_error methods returns the detail of the error.

  • unexpected end of source buffer (:incomplete_input) this occur only when :partial_input is not specified. primitive_errinfo and last_error methods returns the detail of the error.

  • character not representable in output encoding (:undefined_conversion) primitive_errinfo and last_error methods returns the detail of the error.

  • after some output is generated, before input is done (:after_output) this occur only when :after_output is specified.

  • destination buffer is full (:destination_buffer_full) this occur only when destination_bytesize is non-nil.

  • source buffer is empty (:source_buffer_empty) this occur only when :partial_input is specified.

  • conversion is finished (:finished)

example:

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-8", "UTF-16BE")
ret = ec.primitive_convert(src="pi", dst="", nil, 100)
p [ret, src, dst] #=> [:finished, "", "\x00p\x00i"]

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-8", "UTF-16BE")
ret = ec.primitive_convert(src="pi", dst="", nil, 1)
p [ret, src, dst] #=> [:destination_buffer_full, "i", "\x00"]
ret = ec.primitive_convert(src, dst="", nil, 1)
p [ret, src, dst] #=> [:destination_buffer_full, "", "p"]
ret = ec.primitive_convert(src, dst="", nil, 1)
p [ret, src, dst] #=> [:destination_buffer_full, "", "\x00"]
ret = ec.primitive_convert(src, dst="", nil, 1)
p [ret, src, dst] #=> [:finished, "", "i"]


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# File 'transcode.c', line 3680

static VALUE
econv_primitive_convert(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE self)
{
    VALUE input, output, output_byteoffset_v, output_bytesize_v, opt, flags_v;
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    rb_econv_result_t res;
    const unsigned char *ip, *is;
    unsigned char *op, *os;
    long output_byteoffset, output_bytesize;
    unsigned long output_byteend;
    int flags;

    argc = rb_scan_args(argc, argv, "23:", &input, &output, &output_byteoffset_v, &output_bytesize_v, &flags_v, &opt);

    if (NIL_P(output_byteoffset_v))
        output_byteoffset = 0; /* dummy */
    else
        output_byteoffset = NUM2LONG(output_byteoffset_v);

    if (NIL_P(output_bytesize_v))
        output_bytesize = 0; /* dummy */
    else
        output_bytesize = NUM2LONG(output_bytesize_v);

    if (!NIL_P(flags_v)) {
	if (!NIL_P(opt)) {
	    rb_error_arity(argc + 1, 2, 5);
	}
	flags = NUM2INT(rb_to_int(flags_v));
    }
    else if (!NIL_P(opt)) {
        VALUE v;
        flags = 0;
        v = rb_hash_aref(opt, sym_partial_input);
        if (RTEST(v))
            flags |= ECONV_PARTIAL_INPUT;
        v = rb_hash_aref(opt, sym_after_output);
        if (RTEST(v))
            flags |= ECONV_AFTER_OUTPUT;
    }
    else {
        flags = 0;
    }

    StringValue(output);
    if (!NIL_P(input))
        StringValue(input);
    rb_str_modify(output);

    if (NIL_P(output_bytesize_v)) {
        output_bytesize = RSTRING_EMBED_LEN_MAX;
        if (!NIL_P(input) && output_bytesize < RSTRING_LEN(input))
            output_bytesize = RSTRING_LEN(input);
    }

  retry:

    if (NIL_P(output_byteoffset_v))
        output_byteoffset = RSTRING_LEN(output);

    if (output_byteoffset < 0)
        rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "negative output_byteoffset");

    if (RSTRING_LEN(output) < output_byteoffset)
        rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "output_byteoffset too big");

    if (output_bytesize < 0)
        rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "negative output_bytesize");

    output_byteend = (unsigned long)output_byteoffset +
                     (unsigned long)output_bytesize;

    if (output_byteend < (unsigned long)output_byteoffset ||
        LONG_MAX < output_byteend)
        rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "output_byteoffset+output_bytesize too big");

    if (rb_str_capacity(output) < output_byteend)
        rb_str_resize(output, output_byteend);

    if (NIL_P(input)) {
        ip = is = NULL;
    }
    else {
        ip = (const unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(input);
        is = ip + RSTRING_LEN(input);
    }

    op = (unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(output) + output_byteoffset;
    os = op + output_bytesize;

    res = rb_econv_convert(ec, &ip, is, &op, os, flags);
    rb_str_set_len(output, op-(unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(output));
    if (!NIL_P(input)) {
        OBJ_INFECT_RAW(output, input);
        rb_str_drop_bytes(input, ip - (unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(input));
    }

    if (NIL_P(output_bytesize_v) && res == econv_destination_buffer_full) {
        if (LONG_MAX / 2 < output_bytesize)
            rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "too long conversion result");
        output_bytesize *= 2;
        output_byteoffset_v = Qnil;
        goto retry;
    }

    if (ec->destination_encoding) {
        rb_enc_associate(output, ec->destination_encoding);
    }

    return econv_result_to_symbol(res);
}

#primitive_errinfoArray

primitive_errinfo returns important information regarding the last error as a 5-element array:

[result, enc1, enc2, error_bytes, readagain_bytes]

result is the last result of primitive_convert.

Other elements are only meaningful when result is :invalid_byte_sequence, :incomplete_input or :undefined_conversion.

enc1 and enc2 indicate a conversion step as a pair of strings. For example, a converter from EUC-JP to ISO-8859-1 converts a string as follows: EUC-JP -> UTF-8 -> ISO-8859-1. So [enc1, enc2] is either [“EUC-JP”, “UTF-8”] or [“UTF-8”, “ISO-8859-1”].

error_bytes and readagain_bytes indicate the byte sequences which caused the error. error_bytes is discarded portion. readagain_bytes is buffered portion which is read again on next conversion.

Example:

# \xff is invalid as EUC-JP.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("EUC-JP", "Shift_JIS")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\xff", dst="", nil, 10)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:invalid_byte_sequence, "EUC-JP", "UTF-8", "\xFF", ""]

# HIRAGANA LETTER A (\xa4\xa2 in EUC-JP) is not representable in ISO-8859-1.
# Since this error is occur in UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1 conversion,
# error_bytes is HIRAGANA LETTER A in UTF-8 (\xE3\x81\x82).
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("EUC-JP", "ISO-8859-1")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\xa4\xa2", dst="", nil, 10)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:undefined_conversion, "UTF-8", "ISO-8859-1", "\xE3\x81\x82", ""]

# partial character is invalid
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("EUC-JP", "ISO-8859-1")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\xa4", dst="", nil, 10)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:incomplete_input, "EUC-JP", "UTF-8", "\xA4", ""]

# Encoding::Converter::PARTIAL_INPUT prevents invalid errors by
# partial characters.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("EUC-JP", "ISO-8859-1")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\xa4", dst="", nil, 10, Encoding::Converter::PARTIAL_INPUT)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:source_buffer_empty, nil, nil, nil, nil]

# \xd8\x00\x00@ is invalid as UTF-16BE because
# no low surrogate after high surrogate (\xd8\x00).
# It is detected by 3rd byte (\00) which is part of next character.
# So the high surrogate (\xd8\x00) is discarded and
# the 3rd byte is read again later.
# Since the byte is buffered in ec, it is dropped from src.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-16BE", "UTF-8")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\xd8\x00\x00@", dst="", nil, 10)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:invalid_byte_sequence, "UTF-16BE", "UTF-8", "\xD8\x00", "\x00"]
p src
#=> "@"

# Similar to UTF-16BE, \x00\xd8@\x00 is invalid as UTF-16LE.
# The problem is detected by 4th byte.
ec = Encoding::Converter.new("UTF-16LE", "UTF-8")
ec.primitive_convert(src="\x00\xd8@\x00", dst="", nil, 10)
p ec.primitive_errinfo
#=> [:invalid_byte_sequence, "UTF-16LE", "UTF-8", "\x00\xD8", "@\x00"]
p src
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# File 'transcode.c', line 3984

static VALUE
econv_primitive_errinfo(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);

    VALUE ary;

    ary = rb_ary_new2(5);

    rb_ary_store(ary, 0, econv_result_to_symbol(ec->last_error.result));
    rb_ary_store(ary, 4, Qnil);

    if (ec->last_error.source_encoding)
        rb_ary_store(ary, 1, rb_str_new2(ec->last_error.source_encoding));

    if (ec->last_error.destination_encoding)
        rb_ary_store(ary, 2, rb_str_new2(ec->last_error.destination_encoding));

    if (ec->last_error.error_bytes_start) {
        rb_ary_store(ary, 3, rb_str_new((const char *)ec->last_error.error_bytes_start, ec->last_error.error_bytes_len));
        rb_ary_store(ary, 4, rb_str_new((const char *)ec->last_error.error_bytes_start + ec->last_error.error_bytes_len, ec->last_error.readagain_len));
    }

    return ary;
}

#putback(*args) ⇒ Object

call-seq

ec.putback                    -> string
ec.putback(max_numbytes)      -> string

Put back the bytes which will be converted.

The bytes are caused by invalid_byte_sequence error. When invalid_byte_sequence error, some bytes are discarded and some bytes are buffered to be converted later. The latter bytes can be put back. It can be observed by Encoding::InvalidByteSequenceError#readagain_bytes and Encoding::Converter#primitive_errinfo.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-16le", "iso-8859-1")
src = "\x00\xd8\x61\x00"
dst = ""
p ec.primitive_convert(src, dst)   #=> :invalid_byte_sequence
p ec.primitive_errinfo     #=> [:invalid_byte_sequence, "UTF-16LE", "UTF-8", "\x00\xD8", "a\x00"]
p ec.putback               #=> "a\x00"
p ec.putback               #=> ""          # no more bytes to put back


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# File 'transcode.c', line 4087

static VALUE
econv_putback(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    int n;
    int putbackable;
    VALUE str, max;

    rb_scan_args(argc, argv, "01", &max);

    if (NIL_P(max))
        n = rb_econv_putbackable(ec);
    else {
        n = NUM2INT(max);
        putbackable = rb_econv_putbackable(ec);
        if (putbackable < n)
            n = putbackable;
    }

    str = rb_str_new(NULL, n);
    rb_econv_putback(ec, (unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(str), n);

    if (ec->source_encoding) {
        rb_enc_associate(str, ec->source_encoding);
    }

    return str;
}

#replacementString

Returns the replacement string.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("euc-jp", "us-ascii")
p ec.replacement    #=> "?"

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("euc-jp", "utf-8")
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static VALUE
econv_get_replacement(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    int ret;
    rb_encoding *enc;

    ret = make_replacement(ec);
    if (ret == -1) {
        rb_raise(rb_eUndefinedConversionError, "replacement character setup failed");
    }

    enc = rb_enc_find(ec->replacement_enc);
    return rb_enc_str_new((const char *)ec->replacement_str, (long)ec->replacement_len, enc);
}

#replacement=(string) ⇒ Object

Sets the replacement string.

ec = Encoding::Converter.new("utf-8", "us-ascii", :undef => :replace)
ec.replacement = "<undef>"
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# File 'transcode.c', line 4186

static VALUE
econv_set_replacement(VALUE self, VALUE arg)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    VALUE string = arg;
    int ret;
    rb_encoding *enc;

    StringValue(string);
    enc = rb_enc_get(string);

    ret = rb_econv_set_replacement(ec,
            (const unsigned char *)RSTRING_PTR(string),
            RSTRING_LEN(string),
            rb_enc_name(enc));

    if (ret == -1) {
        /* xxx: rb_eInvalidByteSequenceError? */
        rb_raise(rb_eUndefinedConversionError, "replacement character setup failed");
    }

    return arg;
}

#source_encodingEncoding

Returns the source encoding as an Encoding object.



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static VALUE
econv_source_encoding(VALUE self)
{
    rb_econv_t *ec = check_econv(self);
    if (!ec->source_encoding)
        return Qnil;
    return rb_enc_from_encoding(ec->source_encoding);
}