android.text.util.Rfc822Tokenizer Java Examples

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Example #1
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
String createAddressText(RecipientEntry entry) {
    String display = entry.getDisplayName();
    String address = entry.getDestination();
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(display) || TextUtils.equals(display, address)) {
        display = null;
    }
    String trimmedDisplayText;
    if (isPhoneQuery() && isPhoneNumber(address)) {
        trimmedDisplayText = address.trim();
    } else {
        if (address != null) {
            // Tokenize out the address in case the address already
            // contained the username as well.
            Rfc822Token[] tokenized = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(address);
            if (tokenized != null && tokenized.length > 0) {
                address = tokenized[0].getAddress();
            }
        }
        Rfc822Token token = new Rfc822Token(display, address, null);
        trimmedDisplayText = token.toString().trim();
    }
    int index = trimmedDisplayText.indexOf(",");
    return mTokenizer != null && !TextUtils.isEmpty(trimmedDisplayText)
            && index < trimmedDisplayText.length() - 1 ? (String) mTokenizer
            .terminateToken(trimmedDisplayText) : trimmedDisplayText;
}
 
Example #2
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: TextChipsEditView.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
String createAddressText(RecipientEntry entry) {
    String display = entry.getDisplayName();
    String address = entry.getDestination();
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(display) || TextUtils.equals(display, address)) {
        display = null;
    }
    String trimmedDisplayText;
    if (isPhoneQuery() && isPhoneNumber(address)) {
        trimmedDisplayText = address.trim();
    } else {
        if (address != null) {
            // Tokenize out the address in case the address already
            // contained the username as well.
            Rfc822Token[] tokenized = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(address);
            if (tokenized != null && tokenized.length > 0) {
                address = tokenized[0].getAddress();
            }
        }
        Rfc822Token token = new Rfc822Token(display, address, null);
        trimmedDisplayText = token.toString().trim();
    }
    int index = trimmedDisplayText.indexOf(",");
    return mTokenizer != null && !TextUtils.isEmpty(trimmedDisplayText)
            && index < trimmedDisplayText.length() - 1 ? (String) mTokenizer
            .terminateToken(trimmedDisplayText) : trimmedDisplayText;
}
 
Example #3
Source Project: ChipsLibrary   Author: AndroidDeveloperLB   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
String createAddressText(final RecipientEntry entry)
{
String display=entry.getDisplayName();
String address=entry.getDestination();
if(TextUtils.isEmpty(display)||TextUtils.equals(display,address))
  display=null;
String trimmedDisplayText;
if(isPhoneQuery()&&isPhoneNumber(address))
  trimmedDisplayText=address.trim();
else
  {
  if(address!=null)
    {
    // Tokenize out the address in case the address already
    // contained the username as well.
    final Rfc822Token[] tokenized=Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(address);
    if(tokenized!=null&&tokenized.length>0)
      address=tokenized[0].getAddress();
    }
  final Rfc822Token token=new Rfc822Token(display,address,null);
  trimmedDisplayText=token.toString().trim();
  }
final int index=trimmedDisplayText.indexOf(",");
return mTokenizer!=null&&!TextUtils.isEmpty(trimmedDisplayText)&&index<trimmedDisplayText.length()-1 ? (String)mTokenizer.terminateToken(trimmedDisplayText) : trimmedDisplayText;
}
 
Example #4
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
private static String tokenizeAddress(String destination) {
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(destination);
    if (tokens != null && tokens.length > 0) {
        return tokens[0].getAddress();
    }
    return destination;
}
 
Example #5
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: TextChipsEditView.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
private static String tokenizeAddress(String destination) {
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(destination);
    if (tokens != null && tokens.length > 0) {
        return tokens[0].getAddress();
    }
    return destination;
}
 
Example #6
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: RecipientEntry.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Construct a RecipientEntry from just an address that has been entered.
 * This address has not been resolved to a contact and therefore does not
 * have a contact id or photo.
 */
public static RecipientEntry constructFakeEntry(final String address, final boolean isValid) {
    final Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(address);
    final String tokenizedAddress = tokens.length > 0 ? tokens[0].getAddress() : address;

    return new RecipientEntry(ENTRY_TYPE_PERSON, tokenizedAddress, tokenizedAddress,
            INVALID_DESTINATION_TYPE, null, INVALID_CONTACT, null /* directoryId */,
            INVALID_CONTACT, null, true, isValid, null /* lookupKey */);
}
 
Example #7
Source Project: j2objc   Author: google   File: TextUtilsTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@SmallTest
public void testRfc822TokenizerFullAddress() {
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize("Foo Bar (something) <[email protected]>");
    assertNotNull(tokens);
    assertEquals(1, tokens.length);
    assertEquals("[email protected]", tokens[0].getAddress());
    assertEquals("Foo Bar", tokens[0].getName());
    assertEquals("something",tokens[0].getComment());
}
 
Example #8
Source Project: j2objc   Author: google   File: TextUtilsTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@SmallTest
public void testRfc822TokenizeItemWithError() {
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize("\"Foo Bar\\");
    assertNotNull(tokens);
    assertEquals(1, tokens.length);
    assertEquals("Foo Bar", tokens[0].getAddress());
}
 
Example #9
Source Project: j2objc   Author: google   File: TextUtilsTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@SmallTest
public void testRfc822FindToken() {
    Rfc822Tokenizer tokenizer = new Rfc822Tokenizer();
    //                0           1         2           3         4
    //                0 1234 56789012345678901234 5678 90123456789012345
    String address = "\"Foo\" <[email protected]>, \"Bar\" <[email protected]>";
    assertEquals(0, tokenizer.findTokenStart(address, 21));
    assertEquals(22, tokenizer.findTokenEnd(address, 21));
    assertEquals(24, tokenizer.findTokenStart(address, 25));
    assertEquals(46, tokenizer.findTokenEnd(address, 25));
}
 
Example #10
Source Project: ChipsLibrary   Author: AndroidDeveloperLB   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private static String tokenizeAddress(final String destination)
{
final Rfc822Token[] tokens=Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(destination);
if(tokens!=null&&tokens.length>0)
  return tokens[0].getAddress();
return destination;
}
 
Example #11
Source Project: ChipsLibrary   Author: AndroidDeveloperLB   File: SingleRecipientArrayAdapter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private static void bindView(View view,RecipientEntry entry)
{
TextView display=(TextView)view.findViewById(android.R.id.title);
ImageView imageView=(ImageView)view.findViewById(android.R.id.icon);
display.setText(entry.getDisplayName());
display.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
imageView.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
TextView destination=(TextView)view.findViewById(android.R.id.text1);
destination.setText(Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(entry.getDestination())[0].getAddress());
}
 
Example #12
Source Project: ChipsLibrary   Author: AndroidDeveloperLB   File: RecipientEntry.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Construct a RecipientEntry from just an address that has been entered. This address has not been resolved to a
 * contact and therefore does not have a contact id or photo.
 */
public static RecipientEntry constructFakeEntry(final String address,final boolean isValid)
  {
  final Rfc822Token[] tokens=Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(address);
  final String tokenizedAddress=tokens.length>0 ? tokens[0].getAddress() : address;
  return new RecipientEntry(ENTRY_TYPE_PERSON,tokenizedAddress,tokenizedAddress,INVALID_DESTINATION_TYPE,null,INVALID_CONTACT,INVALID_CONTACT,null,true,isValid,false /* isGalContact */);
  }
 
Example #13
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
RecipientEntry createTokenizedEntry(final String token) {
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(token)) {
        return null;
    }
    if (isPhoneQuery() && isPhoneNumber(token)) {
        return RecipientEntry.constructFakePhoneEntry(token, true);
    }
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(token);
    String display = null;
    boolean isValid = isValid(token);
    if (isValid && tokens != null && tokens.length > 0) {
        // If we can get a name from tokenizing, then generate an entry from
        // this.
        display = tokens[0].getName();
        if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(display)) {
            return RecipientEntry.constructGeneratedEntry(display, tokens[0].getAddress(),
                    isValid);
        } else {
            display = tokens[0].getAddress();
            if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(display)) {
                return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(display, isValid);
            }
        }
    }
    // Unable to validate the token or to create a valid token from it.
    // Just create a chip the user can edit.
    String validatedToken = null;
    if (mValidator != null && !isValid) {
        // Try fixing up the entry using the validator.
        validatedToken = mValidator.fixText(token).toString();
        if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken)) {
            if (validatedToken.contains(token)) {
                // protect against the case of a validator with a null
                // domain,
                // which doesn't add a domain to the token
                Rfc822Token[] tokenized = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(validatedToken);
                if (tokenized.length > 0) {
                    validatedToken = tokenized[0].getAddress();
                    isValid = true;
                }
            } else {
                // We ran into a case where the token was invalid and
                // removed
                // by the validator. In this case, just use the original
                // token
                // and let the user sort out the error chip.
                validatedToken = null;
                isValid = false;
            }
        }
    }
    // Otherwise, fallback to just creating an editable email address chip.
    return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(
            !TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken) ? validatedToken : token, isValid);
}
 
Example #14
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: TextChipsEditView.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
RecipientEntry createTokenizedEntry(final String token) {
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(token)) {
        return null;
    }
    if (isPhoneQuery() && isPhoneNumber(token)) {
        return RecipientEntry.constructFakePhoneEntry(token, true);
    }
    Rfc822Token[] tokens = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(token);
    String display = null;
    boolean isValid = isValid(token);
    if (isValid && tokens != null && tokens.length > 0) {
        // If we can get a name from tokenizing, then generate an entry from
        // this.
        display = tokens[0].getName();
        if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(display)) {
            return RecipientEntry.constructGeneratedEntry(display, tokens[0].getAddress(),
                    isValid);
        } else {
            display = tokens[0].getAddress();
            if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(display)) {
                return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(display, isValid);
            }
        }
    }
    // Unable to validate the token or to create a valid token from it.
    // Just create a chip the user can edit.
    String validatedToken = null;
    if (mValidator != null && !isValid) {
        // Try fixing up the entry using the validator.
        validatedToken = mValidator.fixText(token).toString();
        if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken)) {
            if (validatedToken.contains(token)) {
                // protect against the case of a validator with a null
                // domain,
                // which doesn't add a domain to the token
                Rfc822Token[] tokenized = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(validatedToken);
                if (tokenized.length > 0) {
                    validatedToken = tokenized[0].getAddress();
                    isValid = true;
                }
            } else {
                // We ran into a case where the token was invalid and
                // removed
                // by the validator. In this case, just use the original
                // token
                // and let the user sort out the error chip.
                validatedToken = null;
                isValid = false;
            }
        }
    }
    // Otherwise, fallback to just creating an editable email address chip.
    return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(
            !TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken) ? validatedToken : token, isValid);
}
 
Example #15
Source Project: talk-android   Author: jianliaoim   File: DropdownChipLayouter.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Layouts and binds recipient information to the view. If convertView is null, inflates a new
 * view with getItemLaytout().
 *
 * @param convertView The view to bind information to.
 * @param parent The parent to bind the view to if we inflate a new view.
 * @param entry The recipient entry to get information from.
 * @param position The position in the list.
 * @param type The adapter type that is requesting the bind.
 * @param constraint The constraint typed in the auto complete view.
 *
 * @return A view ready to be shown in the drop down list.
 */
public View bindView(View convertView, ViewGroup parent, RecipientEntry entry, int position,
    AdapterType type, String constraint) {
    // Default to show all the information
    String displayName = entry.getDisplayName();
    String destination = entry.getDestination();
    boolean showImage = true;
    CharSequence destinationType = getDestinationType(entry);

    final View itemView = reuseOrInflateView(convertView, parent, type);

    final ViewHolder viewHolder = new ViewHolder(itemView);

    // Hide some information depending on the entry type and adapter type
    switch (type) {
        case BASE_RECIPIENT:
            if (TextUtils.isEmpty(displayName) || TextUtils.equals(displayName, destination)) {
                displayName = destination;

                // We only show the destination for secondary entries, so clear it only for the
                // first level.
                if (entry.isFirstLevel()) {
                    destination = null;
                }
            }

            if (!entry.isFirstLevel()) {
                displayName = null;
                showImage = false;
            }
            break;
        case RECIPIENT_ALTERNATES:
            if (position != 0) {
                displayName = null;
                showImage = false;
            }
            break;
        case SINGLE_RECIPIENT:
            destination = Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(entry.getDestination())[0].getAddress();
            destinationType = null;
    }

    if (displayName == null && !showImage) {
        viewHolder.destinationView.setPadding(mContext.getResources().getDimensionPixelSize(R.dimen.padding_no_picture), 0, 0, 0);
    } else {
        viewHolder.destinationView.setPadding(0, 0, 0, 0);
    }

    // Bind the information to the view
    bindTextToView(displayName, viewHolder.displayNameView);
    bindTextToView(destination, viewHolder.destinationView);
    bindTextToView("(" + destinationType + ")", viewHolder.destinationTypeView);
    bindIconToView(showImage, entry, viewHolder.imageView, type);

    return itemView;
}
 
Example #16
Source Project: j2objc   Author: google   File: TextUtilsTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@SmallTest
public void testRfc822FindTokenWithError() {
    assertEquals(9, new Rfc822Tokenizer().findTokenEnd("\"Foo Bar\\", 0));
}
 
Example #17
Source Project: ChipsLibrary   Author: AndroidDeveloperLB   File: RecipientEditTextView.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
RecipientEntry createTokenizedEntry(final String token)
{
if(TextUtils.isEmpty(token))
  return null;
if(isPhoneQuery()&&isPhoneNumber(token))
  return RecipientEntry.constructFakePhoneEntry(token,true);
final Rfc822Token[] tokens=Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(token);
String display=null;
boolean isValid=isValid(token);
if(isValid&&tokens!=null&&tokens.length>0)
  {
  // If we can get a name from tokenizing, then generate an entry from
  // this.
  display=tokens[0].getName();
  if(!TextUtils.isEmpty(display))
    return RecipientEntry.constructGeneratedEntry(display,tokens[0].getAddress(),isValid);
  else
    {
    display=tokens[0].getAddress();
    if(!TextUtils.isEmpty(display))
      return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(display,isValid);
    }
  }
// Unable to validate the token or to create a valid token from it.
// Just create a chip the user can edit.
String validatedToken=null;
if(mValidator!=null&&!isValid)
  {
  // Try fixing up the entry using the validator.
  validatedToken=mValidator.fixText(token).toString();
  if(!TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken))
    if(validatedToken.contains(token))
      {
      // protect against the case of a validator with a null
      // domain,
      // which doesn't add a domain to the token
      final Rfc822Token[] tokenized=Rfc822Tokenizer.tokenize(validatedToken);
      if(tokenized.length>0)
        {
        validatedToken=tokenized[0].getAddress();
        isValid=true;
        }
      }
    else
      {
      // We ran into a case where the token was invalid and
      // removed
      // by the validator. In this case, just use the original
      // token
      // and let the user sort out the error chip.
      validatedToken=null;
      isValid=false;
      }
  }
// Otherwise, fallback to just creating an editable email address chip.
return RecipientEntry.constructFakeEntry(!TextUtils.isEmpty(validatedToken) ? validatedToken : token,isValid);
}