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// Take a look at the license at the top of the repository in the LICENSE file.

#![cfg_attr(feature = "dox", feature(doc_cfg))]
#![doc = include_str!("../README.md")]
#![allow(clippy::missing_safety_doc)]

pub use ffi;
pub use glib;

#[allow(clippy::too_many_arguments)]
#[allow(clippy::should_implement_trait)]
#[allow(clippy::derive_hash_xor_eq)]
#[allow(unused_imports)]
mod auto;
pub use crate::auto::functions::*;
pub use crate::auto::*;
pub use crate::functions::*;

/// The scale between dimensions used for Pango distances and device units.
///
/// The definition of device units is dependent on the output device; it will
/// typically be pixels for a screen, and points for a printer. `PANGO_SCALE` is
/// currently 1024, but this may be changed in the future.
///
/// When setting font sizes, device units are always considered to be
/// points (as in "12 point font"), rather than pixels.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_SCALE")]
pub const SCALE: i32 = ffi::PANGO_SCALE;
/// Whether the segment should be shifted to center around the baseline.
///
/// This is mainly used in vertical writing directions.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_CENTERED_BASELINE")]
pub const ANALYSIS_FLAG_CENTERED_BASELINE: i32 = ffi::PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_CENTERED_BASELINE;
/// Whether this run holds ellipsized text.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_IS_ELLIPSIS")]
pub const ANALYSIS_FLAG_IS_ELLIPSIS: i32 = ffi::PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_IS_ELLIPSIS;
/// Whether to add a hyphen at the end of the run during shaping.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_NEED_HYPHEN")]
pub const ANALYSIS_FLAG_NEED_HYPHEN: i32 = ffi::PANGO_ANALYSIS_FLAG_NEED_HYPHEN;
/// Value for @start_index in [`Attribute`][crate::Attribute] that indicates
/// the beginning of the text.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_ATTR_INDEX_FROM_TEXT_BEGINNING")]
pub const ATTR_INDEX_FROM_TEXT_BEGINNING: u32 = ffi::PANGO_ATTR_INDEX_FROM_TEXT_BEGINNING;
/// Value for @end_index in [`Attribute`][crate::Attribute] that indicates
/// the end of the text.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_ATTR_INDEX_TO_TEXT_END")]
pub const ATTR_INDEX_TO_TEXT_END: u32 = ffi::PANGO_ATTR_INDEX_TO_TEXT_END;
/// A `PangoGlyph` value that indicates a zero-width empty glpyh.
///
/// This is useful for example in shaper modules, to use as the glyph for
/// various zero-width Unicode characters (those passing [`is_zero_width()`][crate::is_zero_width()]).
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_GLYPH_EMPTY")]
pub const GLYPH_EMPTY: Glyph = ffi::PANGO_GLYPH_EMPTY;
/// A `PangoGlyph` value for invalid input.
///
/// [`Layout`][crate::Layout] produces one such glyph per invalid input UTF-8 byte and such
/// a glyph is rendered as a crossed box.
///
/// Note that this value is defined such that it has the `PANGO_GLYPH_UNKNOWN_FLAG`
/// set.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_GLYPH_INVALID_INPUT")]
pub const GLYPH_INVALID_INPUT: Glyph = ffi::PANGO_GLYPH_INVALID_INPUT;
/// Flag used in `PangoGlyph` to turn a `gunichar` value of a valid Unicode
/// character into an unknown-character glyph for that `gunichar`.
///
/// Such unknown-character glyphs may be rendered as a 'hex box'.
#[doc(alias = "PANGO_GLYPH_UNKNOWN_FLAG")]
pub const GLYPH_UNKNOWN_FLAG: Glyph = ffi::PANGO_GLYPH_UNKNOWN_FLAG;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for three shrinking steps (1 / (1.2 * 1.2 * 1.2)).
pub const SCALE_XX_SMALL: f64 = 0.5787037037037;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for two shrinking steps (1 / (1.2 * 1.2)).
pub const SCALE_X_SMALL: f64 = 0.6944444444444;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for one shrinking step (1 / 1.2).
pub const SCALE_SMALL: f64 = 0.8333333333333;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for normal size (1.0).
pub const SCALE_MEDIUM: f64 = 1.0;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for one magnification step (1.2).
pub const SCALE_LARGE: f64 = 1.2;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for two magnification steps (1.2 * 1.2).
pub const SCALE_X_LARGE: f64 = 1.44;

// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next
/// The scale factor for three magnification steps (1.2 * 1.2 * 1.2).
pub const SCALE_XX_LARGE: f64 = 1.728;

pub mod prelude;

#[macro_use]
mod attribute;

mod analysis;
mod enums;
pub use analysis::Analysis;
mod attr_class;
pub use attr_class::AttrClass;
mod attr_color;
pub use attr_color::AttrColor;
mod attr_float;
pub use attr_float::AttrFloat;
mod attr_font_desc;
pub use attr_font_desc::AttrFontDesc;
mod attr_font_features;
pub use attr_font_features::AttrFontFeatures;
mod attr_int;
pub use attr_int::AttrInt;
mod attr_iterator;
mod attr_language;
pub use attr_language::AttrLanguage;
mod attr_list;
mod attr_shape;
pub use attr_shape::AttrShape;
mod attr_size;
pub use attr_size::AttrSize;
mod attr_string;
pub use attr_string::AttrString;
pub use attribute::IsAttribute;
mod color;
mod functions;
mod item;
mod language;
pub use language::Language;
mod layout;
pub use layout::HitPosition;
mod matrix;
mod rectangle;
pub use rectangle::Rectangle;
mod glyph_geometry;
pub use glyph_geometry::GlyphGeometry;
mod glyph_info;
pub use glyph_info::GlyphInfo;
mod coverage;
mod glyph_item;
mod glyph_item_iter;
mod glyph_string;
pub use coverage::Coverage;
mod tab_array;