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RFC 3454 Internationalized string preparation
- XMPP Nodeprep profile
(make-stringprepper (list appendix-b1 appendix-b2) ; Mappings #t ; Normalize (char-set-union appendix-c ; Forbid everything in Appendix C (char-set #\" #\& #\' #\/ #\: #\< #\> #\@)) ; And this stuff #t ; Bidirectional check))
Adam C. Emerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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(make-stringprepper mappings normalize? prohibited bidi?)
- mappings: list of mappings, where each mapping is either a char-set (each character found in the set is mapped to nothing) or a sorted vector (every element must be a pair with the car the character mapped from, the cdr either a character mapped to or a list of characters. The must be sorted in ascending order by the car).
- normalize?: If true, normalize the string into NFKC.
- prohibited: char-set of prhobitied characters. char-set-union is good to use here.
- bidi?: If true, do the bidirectionality check. NOTE: The RFC requires that the characters in appendix-c8 must be prohibited if this check is performed. Thus, you will get an error if this flag is true and appendix-c8 is not a subset of your prohibited char-set.
make-stringprepper returns a function from strings to strings.
It will throw (exn invalid) if the string contains prohibited characters or fails the bidirectionality check.
Mapping given in Table B.1 of Appendix B, "Commonly mapped to nothing."
Mapping given in Table B.2 of Appendix B, "Mapping for case-folding used with NKFC."
Mapping given in Table B.3 of Appendix B, "Mapping for case-folding used with no normalization."
Character set given in Table C.1.1 of Appendix C, "ASCII space characters."
Character set given in Table C.1.2 of Appendix C, "Non-ASCII space characters."
Union of appendix-c1.1 and appendix-c1.2.
Character set given in Table C.2.1 of Appendix C, "ASCII control characters."
Character set given in Table C.2.2 of Appendix C, "Non-ASCII control characters."
Union of appendix-c2.1 and appendix-c2.2
Character set given in Table C.3 of Appendix C, "Private use"
Character set given in Table C.4 of Appendix C, "Non-character code points"
Character set given in Table C.5 of Appendix C, "Surrogate codes"
Character set given in Table C.6 of Appendix C, "Inappropriate for plain text"
Character set given in Table C.7 of Appendix C, "Inappropriate for canonical representation"
Character set given in Table C.8 of Appendix C, "Change display properties or are deprecated"
Character set given in Table C.9 of Appendix C, "Tagging characters"
Union of appendix-c1, appendix-c2, appendix-c3, appendix-c4, appendix-c5, appendix-c6, appendix-c7, appendix-c8, and appendix-c9
- 1.0 Initial Release
- 1.1 Actually export appendix-c