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 30
 31// Author: kenton@google.com (Kenton Varda)
 32//  Based on original Protocol Buffers design by
 33//  Sanjay Ghemawat, Jeff Dean, and others.
 34
 35#ifndef GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMPILER_CPP_HELPERS_H__
 36#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMPILER_CPP_HELPERS_H__
 37
 38#include <string>
 39#include <google/protobuf/descriptor.h>
 40#include <google/protobuf/descriptor.pb.h>
 41
 42namespace google {
 43namespace protobuf {
 44namespace compiler {
 45namespace cpp {
 46
 47// Commonly-used separator comments.  Thick is a line of '=', thin is a line
 48// of '-'.
 49extern const char kThickSeparator[];
 50extern const char kThinSeparator[];
 51
 52// Returns the non-nested type name for the given type.  If "qualified" is
 53// true, prefix the type with the full namespace.  For example, if you had:
 54//   package foo.bar;
 55//   message Baz { message Qux {} }
 56// Then the qualified ClassName for Qux would be:
 57//   ::foo::bar::Baz_Qux
 58// While the non-qualified version would be:
 59//   Baz_Qux
 60string ClassName(const Descriptor* descriptor, bool qualified);
 61string ClassName(const EnumDescriptor* enum_descriptor, bool qualified);
 62
 63string SuperClassName(const Descriptor* descriptor);
 64
 65// Get the (unqualified) name that should be used for this field in C++ code.
 66// The name is coerced to lower-case to emulate proto1 behavior.  People
 67// should be using lowercase-with-underscores style for proto field names
 68// anyway, so normally this just returns field->name().
 69string FieldName(const FieldDescriptor* field);
 70
 71// Get the unqualified name that should be used for a field's field
 72// number constant.
 73string FieldConstantName(const FieldDescriptor *field);
 74
 75// Returns the scope where the field was defined (for extensions, this is
 76// different from the message type to which the field applies).
 77inline const Descriptor* FieldScope(const FieldDescriptor* field) {
 78  return field->is_extension() ?
 79    field->extension_scope() : field->containing_type();
 80}
 81
 82// Returns the fully-qualified type name field->message_type().  Usually this
 83// is just ClassName(field->message_type(), true);
 84string FieldMessageTypeName(const FieldDescriptor* field);
 85
 86// Strips ".proto" or ".protodevel" from the end of a filename.
 87string StripProto(const string& filename);
 88
 89// Get the C++ type name for a primitive type (e.g. "double", "::google::protobuf::int32", etc.).
 90// Note:  non-built-in type names will be qualified, meaning they will start
 91// with a ::.  If you are using the type as a template parameter, you will
 92// need to insure there is a space between the < and the ::, because the
 93// ridiculous C++ standard defines "<:" to be a synonym for "[".
 94const char* PrimitiveTypeName(FieldDescriptor::CppType type);
 95
 96// Get the declared type name in CamelCase format, as is used e.g. for the
 97// methods of WireFormat.  For example, TYPE_INT32 becomes "Int32".
 98const char* DeclaredTypeMethodName(FieldDescriptor::Type type);
 99
100// Get code that evaluates to the field's default value.
101string DefaultValue(const FieldDescriptor* field);
102
103// Convert a file name into a valid identifier.
104string FilenameIdentifier(const string& filename);
105
106// Return the name of the AddDescriptors() function for a given file.
107string GlobalAddDescriptorsName(const string& filename);
108
109// Return the name of the AssignDescriptors() function for a given file.
110string GlobalAssignDescriptorsName(const string& filename);
111
112// Return the name of the ShutdownFile() function for a given file.
113string GlobalShutdownFileName(const string& filename);
114
115// Escape C++ trigraphs by escaping question marks to \?
116string EscapeTrigraphs(const string& to_escape);
117
118// Do message classes in this file keep track of unknown fields?
119inline bool HasUnknownFields(const FileDescriptor *file) {
120  return file->options().optimize_for() != FileOptions::LITE_RUNTIME;
121}
122
123// Does this file have generated parsing, serialization, and other
124// standard methods for which reflection-based fallback implementations exist?
125inline bool HasGeneratedMethods(const FileDescriptor *file) {
126  return file->options().optimize_for() != FileOptions::CODE_SIZE;
127}
128
129// Do message classes in this file have descriptor and refelction methods?
130inline bool HasDescriptorMethods(const FileDescriptor *file) {
131  return file->options().optimize_for() != FileOptions::LITE_RUNTIME;
132}
133
134// Should we generate generic services for this file?
135inline bool HasGenericServices(const FileDescriptor *file) {
136  return file->service_count() > 0 &&
137         file->options().optimize_for() != FileOptions::LITE_RUNTIME &&
138         file->options().cc_generic_services();
139}
140
141// Should string fields in this file verify that their contents are UTF-8?
142inline bool HasUtf8Verification(const FileDescriptor* file) {
143  return file->options().optimize_for() != FileOptions::LITE_RUNTIME;
144}
145
146// Should we generate a separate, super-optimized code path for serializing to
147// flat arrays?  We don't do this in Lite mode because we'd rather reduce code
148// size.
149inline bool HasFastArraySerialization(const FileDescriptor* file) {
150  return file->options().optimize_for() == FileOptions::SPEED;
151}
152
153
154}  // namespace cpp
155}  // namespace compiler
156}  // namespace protobuf
157
158}  // namespace google
159#endif  // GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMPILER_CPP_HELPERS_H__