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/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  ----- File:        parseAFM.c
  ----- Author:      Adobe Systems Inc., modifications by
                     Rainer Menzner (Rainer.Menzner@web.de)
  ----- Date:        2002-10-26
  ----- Description: This file is part of the t1-library. It is the original
                     parseAFM.h modified at a few points, especially for
                 reading MSDOS-style AFM files.
  ----- Copyright:   t1lib is copyrighted (c) Rainer Menzner, 1996-2002.
                     As of version 0.5, t1lib is distributed under the
                 GNU General Public Library Lincense. The
                 conditions can be found in the files LICENSE and
                 LGPL, which should reside in the toplevel
                 directory of the distribution.  Please note that 
                 there are parts of t1lib that are subject to
                 other licenses:
                 The parseAFM-package is copyrighted by Adobe Systems
                 Inc.
                 The type1 rasterizer is copyrighted by IBM and the
                 X11-consortium.
  ----- Warranties:  Of course, there's NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND :-)
  ----- Credits:     I want to thank IBM and the X11-consortium for making
                     their rasterizer freely available.
                 Also thanks to Piet Tutelaers for his ps2pk, from
                 which I took the rasterizer sources in a format
                 independent from X11.
                     Thanks to all people who make free software living!
--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

/*
 * (C) 1988, 1989, 1990 by Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
 *
 * This file may be freely copied and redistributed as long as:
 *   1) This entire notice continues to be included in the file, 
 *   2) If the file has been modified in any way, a notice of such
 *      modification is conspicuously indicated.
 *
 * PostScript, Display PostScript, and Adobe are registered trademarks of
 * Adobe Systems Incorporated.
 * 
 * ************************************************************************
 * THE INFORMATION BELOW IS FURNISHED AS IS, IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT
 * NOTICE, AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS A COMMITMENT BY ADOBE SYSTEMS
 * INCORPORATED. ADOBE SYSTEMS INCORPORATED ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY OR 
 * LIABILITY FOR ANY ERRORS OR INACCURACIES, MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY 
 * KIND (EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY) WITH RESPECT TO THIS INFORMATION, 
 * AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, 
 * FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.
 * ************************************************************************
 */

/* parseAFM.c
 * 
 * This file is used in conjuction with the parseAFM.h header file.
 * This file contains several procedures that are used to parse AFM
 * files. It is intended to work with an application program that needs
 * font metric information. The program can be used as is by making a
 * procedure call to "parseFile" (passing in the expected parameters)
 * and having it fill in a data structure with the data from the 
 * AFM file, or an application developer may wish to customize this
 * code.
 *
 * There is also a file, parseAFMclient.c, that is a sample application
 * showing how to call the "parseFile" procedure and how to use the data
 * after "parseFile" has returned.
 *
 * Please read the comments in parseAFM.h and parseAFMclient.c.
 *
 * History:
 *    original: DSM  Thu Oct 20 17:39:59 PDT 1988
 *  modified: DSM  Mon Jul  3 14:17:50 PDT 1989
 *    - added 'storageProblem' return code
 *      - fixed bug of not allocating extra byte for string duplication
 *    - fixed typos
 *  modified: DSM  Tue Apr  3 11:18:34 PDT 1990
 *    - added free(ident) at end of parseFile routine
 *  modified: DSM  Tue Jun 19 10:16:29 PDT 1990
 *    - changed (width == 250) to (width = 250) in initializeArray
 */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <sys/types.h>  /* this seems to be necessary on some SCO-systems */
#if !defined(_MSC_VER)
#  include <sys/file.h>
#endif
#include <math.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "parseAFM.h"
#include "t1base.h"
#include "t1misc.h"


#define lineterm EOL    /* line terminating character */
#define normalEOF 1     /* return code from parsing routines used only */
                  /* in this module */
#define Space "space"   /* used in string comparison to look for the width */
                  /* of the space character to init the widths array */
#define False "false"   /* used in string comparison to check the value of */
                  /* boolean keys (e.g. IsFixedPitch)  */

#define MATCH(A,B)            (strncmp((A),(B), MAX_NAME) == 0)



/* Note: The functions token and linetoken are  extended to be able
   to parse AFM files with DOS-style line-ends under UNIX. I don't know
   why AFM files which according to Adobe are explicitly intended to
   be used under UNIX have MSDOS-style line ends.

   However, we parse the tokens based on the following atoms. This should
   work on any system.
*/
#define CR       '\r'    /* a carriage return */
#define LF       '\n'    /* a linefeed, which is a newline under UNIX */
#define CTRL_Z   0x1A    /* some AFM files have this characters as an end
                      of file indicator. Who know why :) ? */


/*************************** GLOBALS ***********************/

static char *ident = NULL; /* storage buffer for keywords */


/* "shorts" for fast case statement 
 * The values of each of these enumerated items correspond to an entry in the
 * table of strings defined below. Therefore, if you add a new string as 
 * new keyword into the keyStrings table, you must also add a corresponding
 * parseKey AND it MUST be in the same position!
 *
 * IMPORTANT: since the sorting algorithm is a binary search, the strings of
 * keywords must be placed in lexicographical order, below. [Therefore, the 
 * enumerated items are not necessarily in lexicographical order, depending 
 * on the name chosen. BUT, they must be placed in the same position as the 
 * corresponding key string.] The NOPE shall remain in the last position, 
 * since it does not correspond to any key string, and it is used in the 
 * "recognize" procedure to calculate how many possible keys there are.
 */

typedef enum {
  ASCENDER, CHARBBOX, CODE, COMPCHAR, CAPHEIGHT, CHARACTERSET, COMMENT,
  DESCENDER, ENCODINGSCHEME, ENDCHARMETRICS, ENDCOMPOSITES, 
  ENDFONTMETRICS, ENDKERNDATA, ENDKERNPAIRS, ENDTRACKKERN, 
  FAMILYNAME, FONTBBOX, FONTNAME, FULLNAME, ISFIXEDPITCH, 
  ITALICANGLE, KERNPAIR, KERNPAIRXAMT, LIGATURE, CHARNAME, 
  NOTICE, COMPCHARPIECE, STARTCHARMETRICS, STARTCOMPOSITES, 
  STARTFONTMETRICS, STARTKERNDATA, STARTKERNPAIRS, 
  STARTTRACKKERN, STDHW, STDVW, TRACKKERN, UNDERLINEPOSITION,
  UNDERLINETHICKNESS, VERSION, XYWIDTH, XWIDTH, WEIGHT, XHEIGHT,
  NOPE} PARSEKEY;


/* keywords for the system:  
 * This a table of all of the current strings that are vaild AFM keys.
 * Each entry can be referenced by the appropriate parseKey value (an
 * enumerated data type defined above). If you add a new keyword here, 
 * a corresponding parseKey MUST be added to the enumerated data type
 * defined above, AND it MUST be added in the same position as the 
 * string is in this table.
 *
 * IMPORTANT: since the sorting algorithm is a binary search, the keywords
 * must be placed in lexicographical order. And, NULL should remain at the
 * end.
 */

static char *keyStrings[] = {
  "Ascender", "B", "C", "CC", "CapHeight", "CharacterSet", "Comment",
  "Descender", "EncodingScheme", "EndCharMetrics", "EndComposites", 
  "EndFontMetrics", "EndKernData", "EndKernPairs", "EndTrackKern", 
  "FamilyName", "FontBBox", "FontName", "FullName", "IsFixedPitch", 
  "ItalicAngle", "KP", "KPX", "L", "N", 
  "Notice", "PCC", "StartCharMetrics", "StartComposites", 
  "StartFontMetrics", "StartKernData", "StartKernPairs", 
  "StartTrackKern", "StdHW", "StdVW", "TrackKern", "UnderlinePosition",
  "UnderlineThickness", "Version", "W", "WX", "Weight", "XHeight",
  NULL };
  

/*************************** PARSING ROUTINES **************/ 
  
/*************************** token *************************/

/*  A "AFM File Conventions" tokenizer. That means that it will
 *  return the next token delimited by white space.  See also
 *  the `linetoken' routine, which does a similar thing but 
 *  reads all tokens until the next end-of-line.
 */
static char *token(stream) 
  FILE *stream;
{
    int ch, idx;

    /* skip over white space, instead of the systems EOL-character we check
       explicitly for CR and LF as well as for ^Z. */
    while ((ch = fgetc(stream)) == ' ' || ch == CR || ch == LF || ch == CTRL_Z || 
         ch == ',' || ch == '\t' || ch == ';');
    
    idx = 0;
    
    while (ch != EOF && ch != ' ' && ch != CR  && ch != LF &&
         ch != CTRL_Z && ch != '\t' && ch != ':' && ch != ';'){
      ident[idx++] = ch;
      ch = fgetc(stream);
    } /* while */
    
    if (ch == EOF && idx < 1) {
      return ((char *)NULL);
    }
    if (idx >= 1 && ch != ':' ) {
      ungetc(ch, stream);
    }
    if (idx < 1 ) {
      ident[idx++] = ch;      /* single-character token */
    }
    ident[idx] = 0;
    
    return(ident);      /* returns pointer to the token */

} /* token */


/*************************** linetoken *************************/

/*  "linetoken" will get read all tokens until the EOL character from
 *  the given stream.  This is used to get any arguments that can be
 *  more than one word (like Comment lines and FullName).
 */

static char *linetoken(stream)
  FILE *stream;
{
    int ch, idx;

    while ((ch = fgetc(stream)) == ' ' || ch == '\t' ); 
    
    idx = 0;
    while (ch != EOF && ch != CR  && ch != LF && ch != CTRL_Z) 
    {
        ident[idx++] = ch;
        ch = fgetc(stream);
    } /* while */
    
    ungetc(ch, stream);
    ident[idx] = 0;

    return(ident);      /* returns pointer to the token */

} /* linetoken */


/*************************** recognize *************************/

/*  This function tries to match a string to a known list of
 *  valid AFM entries (check the keyStrings array above). 
 *  "ident" contains everything from white space through the
 *  next space, tab, or ":" character.
 *
 *  The algorithm is a standard Knuth binary search.
 */

static PARSEKEY recognize(ident)
  register char *ident;
{
    int lower = 0, upper = (int) NOPE, midpoint=NOPE, cmpvalue;
    BOOL found = T1LIB_FALSE;

    while ((upper >= lower) && !found)
    {
        midpoint = (lower + upper)/2;
        if (keyStrings[midpoint] == NULL) break;
        cmpvalue = strncmp(ident, keyStrings[midpoint], MAX_NAME);
        if (cmpvalue == 0) found = T1LIB_TRUE;
        else if (cmpvalue < 0) upper = midpoint - 1;
        else lower = midpoint + 1;
    } /* while */

    if (found) return (PARSEKEY) midpoint;
    else return NOPE;
    
} /* recognize */


/************************* parseGlobals *****************************/

/*  This function is called by "parseFile". It will parse the AFM File
 *  up to the "StartCharMetrics" keyword, which essentially marks the
 *  end of the Global Font Information and the beginning of the character
 *  metrics information. 
 *
 *  If the caller of "parseFile" specified that it wanted the Global
 *  Font Information (as defined by the "AFM File Specification"
 *  document), then that information will be stored in the returned 
 *  data structure.
 *
 *  Any Global Font Information entries that are not found in a 
 *  given file, will have the usual default initialization value
 *  for its type (i.e. entries of type int will be 0, etc).
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static BOOL parseGlobals(fp, gfi)
  FILE *fp;
  register GlobalFontInfo *gfi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, save = (gfi != NULL);
    int error = ok;
    register char *keyword;
    
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
        
        if (keyword == NULL)
          /* Have reached an early and unexpected EOF. */
          /* Set flag and stop parsing */
        {
            error = earlyEOF;
            break;   /* get out of loop */
        }
        if (!save)      
          /* get tokens until the end of the Global Font info section */
          /* without saving any of the data */
            switch (recognize(keyword))  
            {                       
                case STARTCHARMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:      
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                default:
                    break;
            } /* switch */
        else
          /* otherwise parse entire global font info section, */
          /* saving the data */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case STARTFONTMETRICS:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->afmVersion = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->afmVersion, keyword);
                    break;
                case COMMENT:
              /* We ignore the following keywords. They are only listed
                 here in order to prevent from "Unknown Keyword" errors. */
                case CHARACTERSET:
                case STDHW:
                case STDVW:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    break;
                case FONTNAME:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->fontName = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->fontName, keyword);
                    break;
                case ENCODINGSCHEME:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->encodingScheme = (char *) 
                        malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->encodingScheme, keyword);
                    break; 
                case FULLNAME:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->fullName = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->fullName, keyword);
                    break; 
                case FAMILYNAME:           
                   keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->familyName = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->familyName, keyword);
                    break; 
                case WEIGHT:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->weight = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->weight, keyword);
                    break;
                case ITALICANGLE:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->italicAngle = atof(keyword);
                    if (errno == ERANGE) error = parseError;
                    break;
                case ISFIXEDPITCH:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    if (MATCH(keyword, False))
                        gfi->isFixedPitch = 0;
                    else 
                        gfi->isFixedPitch = 1;
                    break; 
                  case UNDERLINEPOSITION:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                  gfi->underlinePosition = atoi(keyword);
                    break; 
                case UNDERLINETHICKNESS:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->underlineThickness = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case VERSION:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->version = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->version, keyword);
                    break; 
                case NOTICE:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    gfi->notice = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                    strcpy(gfi->notice, keyword);
                    break; 
                case FONTBBOX:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->fontBBox.llx = atoi(keyword);
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->fontBBox.lly = atoi(keyword);
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->fontBBox.urx = atoi(keyword);
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->fontBBox.ury = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case CAPHEIGHT:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->capHeight = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case XHEIGHT:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->xHeight = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case DESCENDER:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->descender = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case ASCENDER:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    gfi->ascender = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case STARTCHARMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                case NOPE:
                default:
                    error = parseError;
                T1_PrintLog( "parseGlobals()", "Unknown Keyword: %s", T1LOG_WARNING, keyword);
                    break;
            } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
    return(error);
    
} /* parseGlobals */    



/************************* initializeArray ************************/

/*  Unmapped character codes are (at Adobe Systems) assigned the
 *  width of the space character (if one exists) else they get the
 *  value of 250 ems. This function initializes all entries in the
 *  char widths array to have this value. Then any mapped character 
 *  codes will be replaced with the width of the appropriate character 
 *  when parsing the character metric section.
 
 *  This function parses the Character Metrics Section looking
 *  for a space character (by comparing character names). If found,
 *  the width of the space character will be used to initialize the
 *  values in the array of character widths. 
 *
 *  Before returning, the position of the read/write pointer of the
 *  file is reset to be where it was upon entering this function.
 */

/* We comment out the following function since it is not needed in t1lib
   and we don't want compiler warnings */
/*
static int initializeArray(fp, cwi) 
  FILE *fp;
  register int *cwi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, found = T1LIB_FALSE;
    long opos = ftell(fp);
    int code = 0, width = 0, i = 0, error = 0;
    register char *keyword;
  
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (keyword == NULL)
        {
          error = earlyEOF;
            break; 
        }
        switch(recognize(keyword))
        {
            case COMMENT:
                keyword = linetoken(fp);
                break;
            case CODE:
                code = atoi(token(fp));
                break;
            case XWIDTH:
                width = atoi(token(fp));
                break;
            case CHARNAME: 
                keyword = token(fp);
                if (MATCH(keyword, Space))
                {    
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    found = T1LIB_TRUE;
                } 
                break;            
            case ENDCHARMETRICS:
                cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                break; 
            case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                error = normalEOF;
                break;
            case NOPE:
            default: 
                error = parseError;
                break;
        } 
    } 
    
    if (!found)
        width = 250;
    
    for (i = 0; i < 256; ++i)
        cwi[i] = width;
    
    fseek(fp, opos, 0);
    
    return(error);
        
}
*/ 

/************************* parseCharWidths **************************/

/*  This function is called by "parseFile". It will parse the AFM File
 *  up to the "EndCharMetrics" keyword. It will save the character 
 *  width info (as opposed to all of the character metric information)
 *  if requested by the caller of parseFile. Otherwise, it will just
 *  parse through the section without saving any information.
 *
 *  If data is to be saved, parseCharWidths is passed in a pointer 
 *  to an array of widths that has already been initialized by the
 *  standard value for unmapped character codes. This function parses
 *  the Character Metrics section only storing the width information
 *  for the encoded characters into the array using the character code
 *  as the index into that array.
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static int parseCharWidths(fp, cwi)
  FILE *fp;
  register int *cwi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, save = (cwi != NULL);
    int pos = 0, error = ok;
    register char *keyword;
    
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
          /* Have reached an early and unexpected EOF. */
          /* Set flag and stop parsing */
        if (keyword == NULL)
        {
            error = earlyEOF;
            break; /* get out of loop */
        }
        if (!save)      
          /* get tokens until the end of the Char Metrics section without */
          /* saving any of the data*/
            switch (recognize(keyword))  
            {                       
                case ENDCHARMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break; 
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                default: 
                    break;
            } /* switch */
        else
          /* otherwise parse entire char metrics section, saving */
          /* only the char x-width info */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case COMMENT:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    break;
                case CODE:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    pos = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case XYWIDTH:
                /* PROBLEM: Should be no Y-WIDTH when doing "quick & dirty" */
                    keyword = token(fp); keyword = token(fp); /* eat values */
                    error = parseError;
                    break;
                case XWIDTH:
                    keyword = token(fp);
                    if (pos >= 0) /* ignore unmapped chars */
                        cwi[pos] = atoi(keyword);
                    break;
                case ENDCHARMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break; 
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                case CHARNAME:      /* eat values (so doesn't cause parseError) */
                    keyword = token(fp); 
                    break;
                  case CHARBBOX: 
                    keyword = token(fp); keyword = token(fp);
                    keyword = token(fp); keyword = token(fp);
                break;
            case LIGATURE:
                    keyword = token(fp); keyword = token(fp);
                break;
                case NOPE:
                default: 
                    error = parseError;
                    break;
            } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
    return(error);
    
} /* parseCharWidths */    


/************************* parseCharMetrics ************************/

/*  This function is called by parseFile if the caller of parseFile
 *  requested that all character metric information be saved
 *  (as opposed to only the character width information).
 *
 *  parseCharMetrics is passed in a pointer to an array of records
 *  to hold information on a per character basis. This function
 *  parses the Character Metrics section storing all character
 *  metric information for the ALL characters (mapped and unmapped) 
 *  into the array.
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static int parseCharMetrics(fp, fi)
  FILE *fp;
  register FontInfo *fi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, firstTime = T1LIB_TRUE;
    int error = ok, count = 0;
    register CharMetricInfo *temp = fi->cmi;
    register char *keyword;
  
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (keyword == NULL)
        {
            error = earlyEOF;
            break; /* get out of loop */
        }
        switch(recognize(keyword))
        {
            case COMMENT:
                keyword = linetoken(fp);
                break; 
            case CODE:
                if (count < fi->numOfChars)
                { 
                    if (firstTime) firstTime = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    else temp++;
                    temp->code = atoi(token(fp));
                    count++;
                }
                else
                {
                    error = parseError;
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                }
                break;
            case XYWIDTH:
                temp->wx = atoi(token(fp));
                temp->wy = atoi(token(fp));
                break;                 
            case XWIDTH: 
                temp->wx = atoi(token(fp));
                break;
            case CHARNAME: 
                keyword = token(fp);
                temp->name = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                strcpy(temp->name, keyword);
                break;            
            case CHARBBOX: 
                temp->charBBox.llx = atoi(token(fp));
                temp->charBBox.lly = atoi(token(fp));
                temp->charBBox.urx = atoi(token(fp));
                temp->charBBox.ury = atoi(token(fp));
                break;
            case LIGATURE: {
                Ligature **tail = &(temp->ligs);
                Ligature *node = *tail;
                
                if (*tail != NULL)
                {
                    while (node->next != NULL)
                        node = node->next;
                    tail = &(node->next); 
                }
                
                *tail = (Ligature *) calloc(1, sizeof(Ligature));
                keyword = token(fp);
                (*tail)->succ = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                strcpy((*tail)->succ, keyword);
                keyword = token(fp);
                (*tail)->lig = (char *) malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                strcpy((*tail)->lig, keyword);
                break; }
            case ENDCHARMETRICS:
                cont = T1LIB_FALSE;;
                break; 
            case ENDFONTMETRICS: 
                cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                error = normalEOF;
                break; 
            case NOPE:
            default:
                error = parseError; 
                break; 
        } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
    if ((error == ok) && (count != fi->numOfChars))
        error = parseError;
    
    return(error);
    
} /* parseCharMetrics */    



/************************* parseTrackKernData ***********************/

/*  This function is called by "parseFile". It will parse the AFM File 
 *  up to the "EndTrackKern" or "EndKernData" keywords. It will save the
 *  track kerning data if requested by the caller of parseFile.
 *
 *  parseTrackKernData is passed in a pointer to the FontInfo record.
 *  If data is to be saved, the FontInfo record will already contain 
 *  a valid pointer to storage for the track kerning data.
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static int parseTrackKernData(fp, fi)
  FILE *fp;
  register FontInfo *fi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, save = (fi->tkd != NULL);
    int pos = 0, error = ok, tcount = 0;
    register char *keyword;
  
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
        
        if (keyword == NULL)
        {
            error = earlyEOF;
            break; /* get out of loop */
        }
        if (!save)
          /* get tokens until the end of the Track Kerning Data */
          /* section without saving any of the data */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case ENDTRACKKERN:
                case ENDKERNDATA:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                default:
                    break;
            } /* switch */
      else
          /* otherwise parse entire Track Kerning Data section, */
          /* saving the data */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case COMMENT:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    break;
                case TRACKKERN:
                    if (tcount < fi->numOfTracks)
                    {
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->tkd[pos].degree = atoi(keyword);
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->tkd[pos].minPtSize = atof(keyword);
                        if (errno == ERANGE) error = parseError;
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->tkd[pos].minKernAmt = atof(keyword);
                        if (errno == ERANGE) error = parseError;
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->tkd[pos].maxPtSize = atof(keyword);
                        if (errno == ERANGE) error = parseError;
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->tkd[pos++].maxKernAmt = atof(keyword);
                        if (errno == ERANGE) error = parseError;
                        tcount++;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        error = parseError;
                        cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    }
                    break;
                case ENDTRACKKERN:
                case ENDKERNDATA:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                case NOPE:
                default:
                    error = parseError;
                    break;
            } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
    if (error == ok && tcount != fi->numOfTracks)
        error = parseError;
        
    return(error);
    
} /* parseTrackKernData */    


/************************* parsePairKernData ************************/

/*  This function is called by "parseFile". It will parse the AFM File 
 *  up to the "EndKernPairs" or "EndKernData" keywords. It will save
 *  the pair kerning data if requested by the caller of parseFile.
 *
 *  parsePairKernData is passed in a pointer to the FontInfo record.
 *  If data is to be saved, the FontInfo record will already contain 
 *  a valid pointer to storage for the pair kerning data.
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static int parsePairKernData(fp, fi)
     FILE *fp;
     register FontInfo *fi;
{  
  BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, save = (fi->pkd != NULL);
  int pos = 0, error = ok, pcount = 0;
  register char *keyword;
  
  while (cont)
    {
      keyword = token(fp);
      
      if (keyword == NULL)
        {
        error = earlyEOF;
        break; /* get out of loop */
        }
      if (!save)
      /* get tokens until the end of the Pair Kerning Data */
      /* section without saving any of the data */
      switch(recognize(keyword))
        {
        case ENDKERNPAIRS:
        case ENDKERNDATA:
          cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
          break;
        case ENDFONTMETRICS:
          cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
          error = normalEOF;
          break;
        default:
          break;
        } /* switch */
      else
      /* otherwise parse entire Pair Kerning Data section, */
      /* saving the data */
      switch(recognize(keyword))
        {
        case COMMENT:
          keyword = linetoken(fp);
          break;
        case KERNPAIR:
          if (pcount < fi->numOfPairs)
            {
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos].name1 = (char *) 
              malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
            strcpy(fi->pkd[pos].name1, keyword);
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos].name2 = (char *) 
              malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
            strcpy(fi->pkd[pos].name2, keyword);
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos].xamt = atoi(keyword);
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos++].yamt = atoi(keyword);
            pcount++;
            }
          else
            {
            error = parseError;
            cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
            }
          break;
        case KERNPAIRXAMT:
          if (pcount < fi->numOfPairs)
            {
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos].name1 = (char *) 
              malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
            strcpy(fi->pkd[pos].name1, keyword);
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos].name2 = (char *) 
              malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
            strcpy(fi->pkd[pos].name2, keyword);
            keyword = token(fp);
            fi->pkd[pos++].xamt = atoi(keyword);
            pcount++;
            }
          else
            {
            error = parseError;
            cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
            }
          break;
        case ENDKERNPAIRS:
        case ENDKERNDATA:
          cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
          break;
        case ENDFONTMETRICS:
          cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
          error = normalEOF;
          break;
        case NOPE:
        default:
          error = parseError;
          break;
        } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
  if (error == ok && pcount != fi->numOfPairs)
    error = parseError;
        
  return(error);
    
} /* parsePairKernData */    


/************************* parseCompCharData **************************/

/*  This function is called by "parseFile". It will parse the AFM File 
 *  up to the "EndComposites" keyword. It will save the composite 
 *  character data if requested by the caller of parseFile.
 *
 *  parseCompCharData is passed in a pointer to the FontInfo record, and 
 *  a boolean representing if the data should be saved.
 *
 *  This function will create the appropriate amount of storage for
 *  the composite character data and store a pointer to the storage
 *  in the FontInfo record.
 *
 *  This function returns an error code specifying whether there was 
 *  a premature EOF or a parsing error. This return value is used by 
 *  parseFile to determine if there is more file to parse.
 */
 
static int parseCompCharData(fp, fi)
  FILE *fp;
  register FontInfo *fi;
{  
    BOOL cont = T1LIB_TRUE, firstTime = T1LIB_TRUE, save = (fi->ccd != NULL);
    int pos = 0, j = 0, error = ok, ccount = 0, pcount = 0;
    register char *keyword;
  
    while (cont)
    {
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (keyword == NULL)
          /* Have reached an early and unexpected EOF. */
          /* Set flag and stop parsing */
        {
            error = earlyEOF;
            break; /* get out of loop */
        }
        if (ccount > fi->numOfComps)
        {
            error = parseError;
            break; /* get out of loop */
        }
        if (!save)
          /* get tokens until the end of the Composite Character info */
          /* section without saving any of the data */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case ENDCOMPOSITES:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                default:
                    break;
            } /* switch */
      else
          /* otherwise parse entire Composite Character info section, */
          /* saving the data */
            switch(recognize(keyword))
            {
                case COMMENT:
                    keyword = linetoken(fp);
                    break;
                case COMPCHAR:
                    if (ccount < fi->numOfComps)
                    {
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        if (pcount != fi->ccd[pos].numOfPieces)
                            error = parseError;
                        pcount = 0;
                        if (firstTime) firstTime = T1LIB_FALSE;
                        else pos++;
                        fi->ccd[pos].ccName = (char *) 
                            malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                        strcpy(fi->ccd[pos].ccName, keyword);
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->ccd[pos].numOfPieces = atoi(keyword);
                        fi->ccd[pos].pieces = (Pcc *)
                            calloc(fi->ccd[pos].numOfPieces, sizeof(Pcc));
                        j = 0;
                        ccount++;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        error = parseError;
                        cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    }
                    break;
                case COMPCHARPIECE:
                    if (pcount < fi->ccd[pos].numOfPieces)
                    {
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->ccd[pos].pieces[j].pccName = (char *) 
                                malloc(strlen(keyword) + 1);
                        strcpy(fi->ccd[pos].pieces[j].pccName, keyword);
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->ccd[pos].pieces[j].deltax = atoi(keyword);
                        keyword = token(fp);
                        fi->ccd[pos].pieces[j++].deltay = atoi(keyword);
                        pcount++;
                    }
                    else
                        error = parseError;
                    break;
                case ENDCOMPOSITES:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    break;
                case ENDFONTMETRICS:
                    cont = T1LIB_FALSE;
                    error = normalEOF;
                    break;
                case NOPE:
                default:
                    error = parseError;
                    break;
            } /* switch */
    } /* while */
    
    if (error == ok && ccount != fi->numOfComps)
        error = parseError;
    
    return(error);
    
} /* parseCompCharData */    




/*************************** 'PUBLIC' FUNCTION ********************/ 


/*************************** parseFile *****************************/

/*  parseFile is the only 'public' procedure available. It is called 
 *  from an application wishing to get information from an AFM file.
 *  The caller of this function is responsible for locating and opening
 *  an AFM file and handling all errors associated with that task.
 *
 *  parseFile expects 3 parameters: a vaild file pointer, a pointer
 *  to a (FontInfo *) variable (for which storage will be allocated and
 *  the data requested filled in), and a mask specifying which
 *  data from the AFM File should be saved in the FontInfo structure.
 *
 *  The file will be parsed and the requested data will be stored in 
 *  a record of type FontInfo (refer to ParseAFM.h).
 *
 *  parseFile returns an error code as defined in parseAFM.h. 
 *
 *  The position of the read/write pointer associated with the file 
 *  pointer upon return of this function is undefined.
 */

/* Note: function renamed to T1lib_parseFile in order to avoid name clushes
   with other libraries that also use the Adobe parseAFM-package (RMz) */
int T1lib_parseFile (fp, fi, flags)
  FILE *fp;
  FontInfo **fi;
  FLAGS flags;
{
    
    int code = ok;      /* return code from each of the parsing routines */
    int error = ok;     /* used as the return code from this function */
    
    register char *keyword; /* used to store a token */      
    
                        
    /* storage data for the global variable ident */                    
    ident = (char *) calloc(MAX_NAME, sizeof(char)); 
    if (ident == NULL) {error = storageProblem; return(error);}      
  
    (*fi) = (FontInfo *) calloc(1, sizeof(FontInfo));
    if ((*fi) == NULL) {error = storageProblem; return(error);}      
  
    if (flags & P_G) 
    {
        (*fi)->gfi = (GlobalFontInfo *) calloc(1, sizeof(GlobalFontInfo));
        if ((*fi)->gfi == NULL) {error = storageProblem; return(error);}      
    }
    
    /* The AFM File begins with Global Font Information. This section */
    /* will be parsed whether or not information should be saved. */     
    code = parseGlobals(fp, (*fi)->gfi); 
    
    if (code < 0) error = code;
    
    /* The Global Font Information is followed by the Character Metrics */
    /* section. Which procedure is used to parse this section depends on */
    /* how much information should be saved. If all of the metrics info */
    /* is wanted, parseCharMetrics is called. If only the character widths */
    /* is wanted, parseCharWidths is called. parseCharWidths will also */
    /* be called in the case that no character data is to be saved, just */
    /* to parse through the section. */
  
    if ((code != normalEOF) && (code != earlyEOF))
    {
        (*fi)->numOfChars = atoi(token(fp));
          if (flags & (P_M ^ P_W))
        {
            (*fi)->cmi = (CharMetricInfo *) 
                      calloc((*fi)->numOfChars, sizeof(CharMetricInfo));
           if ((*fi)->cmi == NULL) {error = storageProblem; return(error);}
            code = parseCharMetrics(fp, *fi);             
        }
        else
        {
            if (flags & P_W)
            { 
                (*fi)->cwi = (int *) calloc(256, sizeof(int)); 
                if ((*fi)->cwi == NULL) 
                {
                  error = storageProblem; 
                  return(error);
                }
            }
            /* parse section regardless */
            code = parseCharWidths(fp, (*fi)->cwi);
        } /* else */
    } /* if */
    
    if ((error != earlyEOF) && (code < 0)) error = code;
    
    /* The remaining sections of the AFM are optional. This code will */
    /* look at the next keyword in the file to determine what section */
    /* is next, and then allocate the appropriate amount of storage */
    /* for the data (if the data is to be saved) and call the */
    /* appropriate parsing routine to parse the section. */
    
    while ((code != normalEOF) && (code != earlyEOF)) {
      keyword = token(fp);
      if (keyword == NULL)
      /* Have reached an early and unexpected EOF. */
      /* Set flag and stop parsing */
        {
        code = earlyEOF;
        break; /* get out of loop */
        }
      switch(recognize(keyword))
        {
        /* this case has been added for t1lib because otherwise comment line
           between (i.e., outside) the main sections would lead to parse
           errors. The Adobe spec does not seem to forbid comments at
           such locations (2001-05-14, RMz) */
      case COMMENT:
        keyword = linetoken(fp);
        break;
      case STARTKERNDATA:
        break;
      case ENDKERNDATA:
        break;
      case STARTTRACKKERN:
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (flags & P_T)
          {
            (*fi)->numOfTracks = atoi(keyword);
            (*fi)->tkd = (TrackKernData *) 
            calloc((*fi)->numOfTracks, sizeof(TrackKernData));
            if ((*fi)->tkd == NULL) 
            {
              error = storageProblem; 
              return(error);
            }
          } /* if */
        code = parseTrackKernData(fp, *fi);
        break;
      case STARTKERNPAIRS:
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (flags & P_P)
          {
            (*fi)->numOfPairs = atoi(keyword);
            (*fi)->pkd = (PairKernData *) 
            calloc((*fi)->numOfPairs, sizeof(PairKernData));
            if ((*fi)->pkd == NULL) 
            {
              error = storageProblem; 
              return(error);
            }
          } /* if */
        code = parsePairKernData(fp, *fi);
        break;
      case STARTCOMPOSITES:
        keyword = token(fp);
        if (flags & P_C)
          { 
            (*fi)->numOfComps = atoi(keyword);
            (*fi)->ccd = (CompCharData *) 
            calloc((*fi)->numOfComps, sizeof(CompCharData));
            if ((*fi)->ccd == NULL) 
            {
              error = storageProblem; 
              return(error);
            }
          } /* if */
        code = parseCompCharData(fp, *fi); 
        break;    
      case ENDFONTMETRICS:
        code = normalEOF;
        break;
      case NOPE:
      default:
        code = parseError;
        break;
        } /* switch */
      
      if ((error != earlyEOF) && (code < 0)) error = code;
      
    } /* while */
    
    if ((error != earlyEOF) && (code < 0)) error = code;
    
    if (ident != NULL) { free(ident); ident = NULL; }
        
    return(error);
  
} /* parseFile */

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