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package org.docx4j.convert.out.fo;

import javax.xml.transform.TransformerException;

import org.slf4j.Logger;
import org.slf4j.LoggerFactory;
import org.docx4j.convert.out.common.AbstractWmlConversionContext;
import org.docx4j.convert.out.common.writer.AbstractSymbolWriter;
import org.docx4j.fonts.PhysicalFont;
import org.docx4j.fonts.fop.fonts.Typeface;
import org.docx4j.wml.R;
import org.w3c.dom.Document;
import org.w3c.dom.DocumentFragment;
import org.w3c.dom.Element;
import org.w3c.dom.Node;
import org.w3c.dom.Text;

 * Convert the character reference to a string, 
 * since XSLT doesn't like us putting &#x and @w:char and ';' together
 *  @author Jason Harrop, alberto
public class SymbolWriter extends AbstractSymbolWriter {
	private final static Logger log = LoggerFactory.getLogger(SymbolWriter.class);
	public SymbolWriter() {

		Some TTF Symbol Fonts (probably all :-D ) have their glyphs in the 
		private area. org.apache.fop.fonts.truetype.TTFFile contains a 
		workaround where it maps those glyphs on the lower ascii:
		if (encodingID == 0 && j >= 0xF020 && j <= 0xF0FF) {
		//Experimental: Mapping 0xF020-0xF0FF to 0x0020-0x00FF
		//Tested with Wingdings and Symbol TTF fonts which map their
		//glyphs in the region 0xF020-0xF0FF.
		int mapped = j - 0xF000;
		The problem is that this workaround is only used if
		if (cmapRangeOffsets[i] != 0 && j != 65535) {
		but not if the rangeOffsets are zero. Several fonts (Wingdings2 v1.55, 
		Wingdings3 v1.55, etc) do have a rangeOffset of zero and the 
		workaround isn't applied (in the example its Wingdings3).
		So here we check if there is a glyph in the lower range, and if there 
		isn't it will output a glyph in the private area. 
		What I don't like about this solution, is that I haven't found a way to 
		output an explicit character reference in DOM (the ampersand
		will get expanded) and if I output the character itself (like it is now), 
		it works but the fo-file doesn't look nice.
		We have a patch for org.apache.fop.fonts.truetype.TTFFile 
		which could be applied instead, but first, see

	public Node toNode(AbstractWmlConversionContext context, Object unmarshalledNode, 
			Node modelContent, TransformState state, Document doc)
			throws TransformerException {
		R.Sym modelData = (R.Sym)unmarshalledNode;
		String fontName = modelData.getFont();
		String textValue =  modelData.getChar();
		PhysicalFont pf = context.getWmlPackage().getFontMapper().get(fontName);
		char chValue = '\0';
		Typeface typeface = null;
	  	if (pf != null) {
	  		typeface = pf.getTypeface();
	  	  	if (typeface != null) {
		  	  	if (textValue.length() > 1) {
		  	  		try {
		  	  			chValue = (char)Integer.parseInt(textValue, 16);
		  	  		catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
		  	  			chValue = '\0';
		  	  	else {
		  	  		chValue = textValue.charAt(0);
		  	  	if (chValue != '\0') {
		  	  		if (chValue > 0xf000) { //let's check first the character in the lower ascii (Pre-process according to ECMA-376
		  	  			chValue -= 0xf000;
		  	  		if (typeface.mapChar(chValue) == 0) {
		  	  			chValue += 0xf000;
		  	  			if (typeface.mapChar(chValue) == 0) {
		  	  				chValue = '\0';
		  	  		if (chValue != '\0') {//character was found
		  	  			textValue = Character.toString(chValue);
	    Text theChar = doc.createTextNode(textValue);
		DocumentFragment docfrag = doc.createDocumentFragment();
		if (pf==null) {
			log.warn("No physical font present for:" + fontName);		
		    docfrag.appendChild( theChar );
		} else {
		    Element foInline = doc.createElementNS("http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format", "fo:inline");
		    foInline.setAttribute("font-family", pf.getName() );
	    return docfrag;