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6771309: debugging AD files is difficult without #line directives in generated code Summary: more and better #line and #define directives in the generated code; ADLC itself accepts #line directives Reviewed-by: never, kvn
author jrose
date Tue, 09 Dec 2008 12:41:26 -0800
parents 4d9884b01ba6
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// FILEBUFF.HPP - Definitions for parser file buffering routines
#include <iostream>

using namespace std;
typedef struct {
  const char *_name;
  FILE *_fp;
} BufferedFile;

class ArchDesc;

// This class defines a nicely behaved buffer of text.  Entire file of text
// is read into buffer at creation, with sentinals at start and end.
class FileBuff {
  friend class FileBuffRegion;
  long  _bufferSize;            // Size of text holding buffer.
  long  _offset;                // Expected filepointer offset.
  long  _bufoff;                // Start of buffer file offset

  char *_buf;                   // The buffer itself.
  char *_bigbuf;                // The buffer plus sentinals; actual heap area
  char *_bufmax;                // A pointer to the buffer end sentinal
  char *_bufeol;                // A pointer to the last complete line end

  int   _err;                   // Error flag for file seek/read operations
  long  _filepos;               // Current offset from start of file
  int   _linenum;

  ArchDesc& _AD;                // Reference to Architecture Description

  // Error reporting function
  void file_error(int flag, int linenum, const char *fmt, ...);

  const BufferedFile *_fp;           // File to be buffered

  FileBuff(BufferedFile *fp, ArchDesc& archDesc); // Constructor
  ~FileBuff();                  // Destructor

  // This returns a pointer to the start of the current line in the buffer,
  // and increments bufeol and filepos to point at the end of that line.
  char *get_line(void);
  int linenum() const { return _linenum; }
  void set_linenum(int line) { _linenum = line; }

  // This converts a pointer into the buffer to a file offset.  It only works
  // when the pointer is valid (i.e. just obtained from getline()).
  int getoff(const char *s) { return _bufoff+(int)(s-_buf); }

// A buffer region is really a region of some file, specified as a linked list
// of offsets and lengths.  These regions can be merged; overlapping regions
// will coalesce.
class FileBuffRegion {
 public:                        // Workaround dev-studio friend/private bug
  FileBuffRegion *_next;        // Linked list of regions sorted by offset.
  FileBuff       *_bfr;         // The Buffer of the file
  int _offset, _length;         // The file area
  int             _sol;         // Start of line where the file area starts
  int             _line;        // First line of region

  FileBuffRegion(FileBuff*, int sol, int line, int offset, int len);

  FileBuffRegion *copy();                   // Deep copy
  FileBuffRegion *merge(FileBuffRegion*); // Merge 2 regions; delete input

//  void print(std::ostream&);
//  friend std::ostream& operator<< (std::ostream&, FileBuffRegion&);
  void print(ostream&);
  friend ostream& operator<< (ostream&, FileBuffRegion&);