What Is fop.jar in fop-2.7-bin.zip

What Is fop.jar? I got it from the fop-2.7-bin.zip.

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fop.jar in fop-2.7-bin.zip is the JAR file for FOP 2.7, which is a print formatter driven by XSL formatting objects (XSL-FO). You can obtain fop.jar from the build folder of the fop-2.7-bin.zip file.

Below is the information about the fop.jar (2.2) file:

JAR File Size and Download Location:

JAR name: fop.jar, fop-2.7.jar
Target JDK version: 1.7
File name: fop.jar
File size: 4442817 bytes
Release date: 20-Jan-2022
Download: Apache FOP Website

Java source code files for fop.jar:


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 * this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
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 * (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
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 * limitations under the License.

/* $Id: CharacterSet.java 1694450 2015-08-06 10:59:51Z ssteiner $ */

package org.apache.fop.afp.fonts;

import java.awt.Rectangle;
import java.io.UnsupportedEncodingException;
import java.nio.charset.CharacterCodingException;

import org.apache.commons.logging.Log;
import org.apache.commons.logging.LogFactory;

import org.apache.fop.afp.AFPConstants;
import org.apache.fop.afp.AFPEventProducer;
import org.apache.fop.afp.fonts.CharactersetEncoder.EncodedChars;
import org.apache.fop.afp.util.AFPResourceAccessor;
import org.apache.fop.afp.util.StringUtils;

 * The IBM Font Object Content Architecture (FOCA) supports presentation
 * of character shapes by defining their characteristics, which include
 * font description information for identifying the characters, font metric
 * information for positioning the characters, and character shape information
 * for presenting the character images.
 * <br>
 * Presenting a graphic character on a presentation surface requires
 * information on the rotation and position of character on the physical
 * or logical page.
 * <br>
 * This class proivdes font metric information for a particular font
 * as identified by the character set name. This information is obtained
 * directly from the AFP font files which must be installed in the path
 * specified in the afp-fonts xml definition file.
 * <br>
public class CharacterSet {

    /** Static logging instance */
    protected static final Log LOG = LogFactory.getLog(CharacterSet.class.getName());

    /** default codepage */
    public static final String DEFAULT_CODEPAGE = "T1V10500";

    /** default encoding */
    public static final String DEFAULT_ENCODING = "Cp500";

    private static final int MAX_NAME_LEN = 8;

    /** The current orientation (currently only 0 is supported by FOP) */
    public static final int SUPPORTED_ORIENTATION = 0;

    /** The code page to which the character set relates */
    protected final String codePage;

    /** The encoding used for the code page */
    protected final String encoding;

    /** The characterset encoder corresponding to this encoding */
    private final CharactersetEncoder encoder;

    /** The character set relating to the font */
    protected final String name;

    /** The path to the installed fonts */
    private final AFPResourceAccessor accessor;

    /** The collection of objects for each orientation */
    private CharacterSetOrientation characterSetOrientation;

    /** The nominal vertical size (in millipoints) for bitmap fonts. 0 for outline fonts. */
    private int nominalVerticalSize;

     * Constructor for the CharacterSetMetric object, the character set is used to load the font
     * information from the actual AFP font.
     * @param codePage the code page identifier
     * @param encoding the encoding of the font
     * @param charsetType the type of the characterset
     * @param name the character set name
     * @param accessor the resource accessor to load resource with
     * @param eventProducer for handling AFP related events
    CharacterSet(String codePage, String encoding, CharacterSetType charsetType, String name,
            AFPResourceAccessor accessor, AFPEventProducer eventProducer) {
        if (name.length() > MAX_NAME_LEN) {
            String msg = "Character set name '" + name + "' must be a maximum of "
                + MAX_NAME_LEN + " characters";
            eventProducer.characterSetNameInvalid(this, msg);
            throw new IllegalArgumentException(msg);

        // the character set name must be 8 chars long
        this.name = padName(name);
        if (codePage == null) {
            this.codePage = null;
        } else {
            // the code page name must be 8 chars long
            this.codePage = padName(codePage);

        this.encoding = encoding;
        this.encoder = charsetType.getEncoder(encoding);
        this.accessor = accessor;

     // right pad short names with space
     private String padName(String name) {
         return name.length() < MAX_NAME_LEN ? StringUtils.rpad(name, ' ', MAX_NAME_LEN) : name;

     * Add character set metric information for the different orientations
     * @param cso the metrics for the orientation
    public void addCharacterSetOrientation(CharacterSetOrientation cso) {
        if (cso.getOrientation() == SUPPORTED_ORIENTATION) {
            characterSetOrientation = cso;

     * Sets the nominal vertical size of the font in the case of bitmap fonts.
     * @param nominalVerticalSize the nominal vertical size (in millipoints)
    public void setNominalVerticalSize(int nominalVerticalSize) {
        this.nominalVerticalSize = nominalVerticalSize;

     * Returns the nominal vertical size of the font in the case of bitmap fonts. For outline fonts,
     * zero is returned, because these are scalable fonts.
     * @return the nominal vertical size (in millipoints) for bitmap fonts, or 0 for outline fonts.
    public int getNominalVerticalSize() {
        return this.nominalVerticalSize;

     * Ascender height is the distance from the character baseline to the
     * top of the character box. A negative ascender height signifies that
     * all of the graphic character is below the character baseline. For
     * a character rotation other than 0, ascender height loses its
     * meaning when the character is lying on its side or is upside down
     * with respect to normal viewing orientation. For the general case,
     * Ascender Height is the characters most positive y-axis value.
     * For bounded character boxes, for a given character having an
     * ascender, ascender height and baseline offset are equal.
     * @return the ascender value in millipoints
    public int getAscender() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getAscender();

     * Return the width to use for an underscore (_) character.
     * @return  the width of an underscore character
    public int getUnderscoreWidth() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getUnderscoreWidth();

     * Return the position for an underscore (_) character.
     * @return the position of an underscore character
    public int getUnderscorePosition() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getUnderscorePosition();

     * Cap height is the average height of the uppercase characters in
     * a font. This value is specified by the designer of a font and is
     * usually the height of the uppercase M.
     * @return the cap height value in millipoints
    public int getCapHeight() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getCapHeight();

     * Descender depth is the distance from the character baseline to
     * the bottom of a character box. A negative descender depth signifies
     * that all of the graphic character is above the character baseline.
     * @return the descender value in millipoints
    public int getDescender() {

        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getDescender();

     * Returns the resource accessor to load the font resources with.
     * @return the resource accessor to load the font resources with
    public AFPResourceAccessor getResourceAccessor() {
        return this.accessor;

     * XHeight refers to the height of the lower case letters above the baseline.
     * @return the typical height of characters
    public int getXHeight() {

        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getXHeight();

     * Get the width (in 1/1000ths of a point size) of the character
     * identified by the parameter passed.
     * @param character the Unicode character from which the width will be calculated
     * @param size  the font size
     * @return the width of the character
    public int getWidth(char character, int size) {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getWidth(character, size);

    public Rectangle getCharacterBox(char character, int size) {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getCharacterBox(character, size);

     * Returns the AFP character set identifier
     * @return the AFP character set identifier
    public String getName() {
        return name;

     * Returns the AFP character set identifier as a byte array
     * @return the AFP character set identifier as a byte array
    public byte[] getNameBytes() {
        byte[] nameBytes = null;
        try {
            nameBytes = name.getBytes(AFPConstants.EBCIDIC_ENCODING);
        } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException usee) {
            // @SuppressFBWarnings("DM_DEFAULT_ENCODING")
            nameBytes = name.getBytes();
                "UnsupportedEncodingException translating the name " + name);
        return nameBytes;

     * Returns the AFP code page identifier
     * @return the AFP code page identifier
    public String getCodePage() {
        return codePage;

     * Returns the AFP code page encoding
     * @return the AFP code page encoding
    public String getEncoding() {
        return encoding;

     * Helper method to return the current CharacterSetOrientation, note
     * that FOP does not yet implement the "reference-orientation"
     * attribute therefore we always use the orientation zero degrees,
     * Other orientation information is captured for use by a future
     * implementation (whenever FOP implement the mechanism). This is also
     * the case for landscape prints which use an orientation of 270 degrees,
     * in 99.9% of cases the font metrics will be the same as the 0 degrees
     * therefore the implementation currently will always use 0 degrees.
     * @return characterSetOrentation The current orientation metrics.
    private CharacterSetOrientation getCharacterSetOrientation() {
        return characterSetOrientation;

     * Indicates whether the given char in the character set.
     * @param c the character to check
     * @return true if the character is in the character set
    public boolean hasChar(char c) {
        if (encoder != null) {
            return encoder.canEncode(c);
        } else {
            //Sun Java 1.4.2 compatibility
            return true;

     * Encodes a character sequence to a byte array.
     * @param chars the characters
     * @return the encoded characters
     * @throws CharacterCodingException if the encoding operation fails
    public EncodedChars encodeChars(CharSequence chars) throws CharacterCodingException {
        return encoder.encode(chars);

     * Map a Unicode character to a code point in the font.
     * The code tables are already converted to Unicode therefore
     * we can use the identity mapping.
     * @param c the Unicode character to map
     * @return the mapped character
    public char mapChar(char c) {
        //TODO This is not strictly correct but we'll let it be for the moment
        return c;

     * Returns the increment for an space.
     * @return the space increment
    public int getSpaceIncrement() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getSpaceIncrement();

     * Returns the increment for an em space.
     * @return the em space increment
    public int getEmSpaceIncrement() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getEmSpaceIncrement();

     * Returns the nominal character increment.
     * @return the nominal character increment
    public int getNominalCharIncrement() {
        return getCharacterSetOrientation().getNominalCharIncrement();




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File name: fop-2.7-src.zip
File size: 3401312 bytes
Release date: 2022-01-20


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