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/* -*- Mode: C -*- */
autogen definitions fixincl;
/* Define all the fixes we know about for repairing damaged headers.
Please see the README before adding or changing entries in this file.
This is the sort command:
blocksort output=inclhack.sorted \
pattern='^/\*$' \
trailer='^/\*EOF\*[/]' \
input=inclhack.def \
key='hackname[ ]*=[ ]*(.*);'
Set up a debug test so we can make the templates emit special
code while debugging these fixes: */
#ifdef DEBUG
FIXINC_DEBUG = yes;
#endif
/* On AIX when _LARGE_FILES is defined stdio.h defines fopen to
* fopen64 etc. and this causes problems when building with g++
* because cstdio udefs everything from stdio.h, leaving us with
* ::fopen has not been declared errors. This fixes stdio.h to
* undef those defines and use __asm__ to alias the symbols if
* building with g++ and -D_LARGE_FILES
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_aix_stdio;
files = stdio.h;
select = "define fopen fopen64";
mach = "*-*-aix*";
test-text = ''; /* no way to test */
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "";
c_fix_arg = <<- _EOArg_
#if defined __GNUG__ && defined _LARGE_FILES && defined __cplusplus
#define __need__aix_stdio_h_fix
#ifdef __need__aix_stdio_h_fix
#undef fseeko
#undef ftello
#undef fgetpos
#undef fsetpos
#undef fopen
#undef freopen
/* Alias the symbols using asm */
extern "C" {
extern int fgetpos(FILE *, fpos64_t *) __asm__("fgetpos64");
extern FILE *fopen(const char *, const char *) __asm__("fopen64");
extern FILE *freopen(const char *, const char *, FILE *) __asm__("freopen64");
extern int fseeko(FILE *, off64_t, int) __asm__("fseeko64");
extern int fsetpos(FILE *, const fpos64_t *) __asm__("fsetpos64");
extern off64_t ftello(FILE *) __asm__("ftello64");
}
#endif
#endif
_EOArg_;
};
/*
* On Mac OS 10.3.9, the 'long double' functions are available in
* libSystem, but are not prototyped in math.h.
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_darwin7_9_long_double_funcs;
mach = "*-*-darwin7.9*";
files = architecture/ppc/math.h;
bypass = "powl";
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
/* This file prototypes the long double functions available on Mac OS
10.3.9. */
#ifndef __MATH__
# undef __APPLE_CC__
# define __APPLE_CC__ 1345
# include_next <architecture/ppc/math.h>
# undef __APPLE_CC__
# define __APPLE_CC__ 1
# ifndef __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT
# ifdef __LONG_DOUBLE_128__
# define __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(sym) __asm("_" #sym "$LDBL128")
# else
# define __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(sym)
# endif /* __LONG_DOUBLE_128__ */
# endif /* __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT */
# ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
# endif
extern long double acosl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(acosl);
extern long double asinl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(asinl);
extern long double atanl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(atanl);
extern long double atan2l( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(atan2l);
extern long double cosl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(cosl);
extern long double sinl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(sinl);
extern long double tanl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(tanl);
extern long double acoshl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(acoshl);
extern long double asinhl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(asinhl);
extern long double atanhl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(atanhl);
extern long double coshl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(coshl);
extern long double sinhl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(sinhl);
extern long double tanhl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(tanhl);
extern long double expl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(expl);
extern long double exp2l( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(exp2l);
extern long double expm1l( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(expm1l);
extern long double logl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(logl);
extern long double log10l( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(log10l);
extern long double log2l( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(log2l);
extern long double log1pl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(log1pl);
extern long double logbl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(logbl);
extern long double modfl( long double, long double * ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(modfl);
extern long double ldexpl( long double, int ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(ldexpl);
extern long double frexpl( long double, int * ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(frexpl);
extern int ilogbl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(ilogbl);
extern long double scalbnl( long double, int ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(scalbnl);
extern long double scalblnl( long double, long int ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(scalblnl);
extern long double fabsl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fabsl);
extern long double cbrtl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(cbrtl);
extern long double hypotl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(hypotl);
extern long double powl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(powl);
extern long double sqrtl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(sqrtl);
extern long double erfl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(erfl);
extern long double erfcl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(erfcl);
extern long double lgammal( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(lgammal);
extern long double tgammal( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(tgammal);
extern long double ceill( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(ceill);
extern long double floorl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(floorl);
extern long double nearbyintl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(nearbyintl);
extern long double rintl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(rintl);
extern long int lrintl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(lrintl);
extern long long int llrintl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(llrintl);
extern long double roundl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(roundl);
extern long int lroundl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(lroundl);
extern long long int llroundl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(llroundl);
extern long double truncl( long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(truncl);
extern long double fmodl( long double, long double) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fmodl);
extern long double remainderl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(remainderl);
extern long double remquol( long double, long double, int * ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(remquol);
extern long double copysignl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(copysignl);
extern long double nanl( const char * ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(nanl);
extern long double nextafterl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(nextafterl);
extern long double nexttowardl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(nexttowardl);
extern long double fdiml( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fdiml);
extern long double fmaxl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fmaxl);
extern long double fminl( long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fminl);
extern long double fmal( long double, long double, long double ) __LIBMLDBL_COMPAT(fmal);
# ifdef __cplusplus
}
# endif
#endif /* __MATH__ */
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* ... and for the previous fix to be useful, you have to not use ""
* includes.
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_darwin7_9_long_double_funcs_2;
mach = "*-*-darwin7.9*";
files = math.h;
select = '#include[ \t]+\"';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1<%2.h>";
c_fix_arg = '([ \t]*#[ \t]*include[ \t]+)"([a-z0-9/]+)\.h"';
test_text = '#include "architecture/ppc/math.h"';
};
/*
* This fixes __FD_ZERO bug for linux 2.x.y (x <= 2 && y <= some n)
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_fd_zero_asm_posix_types_h;
files = asm/posix_types.h;
mach = 'i[34567]86-*-linux*';
bypass = '} while';
bypass = 'x86_64';
bypass = 'posix_types_64';
/*
* Define _POSIX_TYPES_H_WRAPPER at the end of the wrapper, not
* the start, so that if #include_next gets another instance of
* the wrapper, this will follow the #include_next chain until
* we arrive at the real <asm/posix_types.h>.
*/
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
/* This file fixes a bug in the __FD_ZERO macro
for older versions of the Linux kernel. */
#ifndef _POSIX_TYPES_H_WRAPPER
#include <features.h>
#include_next <asm/posix_types.h>
#if defined(__FD_ZERO) && !defined(__GLIBC__)
#undef __FD_ZERO
#define __FD_ZERO(fdsetp) \
do { \
int __d0, __d1; \
__asm__ __volatile__("cld ; rep ; stosl" \
: "=&c" (__d0), "=&D" (__d1) \
: "a" (0), "0" (__FDSET_LONGS), \
"1" ((__kernel_fd_set *) (fdsetp)) :"memory"); \
} while (0)
#endif
#define _POSIX_TYPES_H_WRAPPER
#endif /* _POSIX_TYPES_H_WRAPPER */
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* This fixes __FD_ZERO bug for glibc-1.x
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_fd_zero_gnu_types_h;
files = gnu/types.h;
mach = 'i[34567]86-*-linux*';
/*
* Define _TYPES_H_WRAPPER at the end of the wrapper, not
* the start, so that if #include_next gets another instance of
* the wrapper, this will follow the #include_next chain until
* we arrive at the real <gnu/types.h>.
*/
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
/* This file fixes a bug in the __FD_ZERO macro present in glibc 1.x. */
#ifndef _TYPES_H_WRAPPER
#include <features.h>
#include_next <gnu/types.h>
#if defined(__FD_ZERO) && !defined(__GLIBC__)
#undef __FD_ZERO
# define __FD_ZERO(fdsetp) \
do { \
int __d0, __d1; \
__asm__ __volatile__("cld ; rep ; stosl" \
: "=&c" (__d0), "=&D" (__d1) \
: "a" (0), "0" (__FDSET_LONGS), \
"1" ((__fd_set *) (fdsetp)) :"memory"); \
} while (0)
#endif
#define _TYPES_H_WRAPPER
#endif /* _TYPES_H_WRAPPER */
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* This fixes __FD_ZERO bug for glibc-2.0.x
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_fd_zero_selectbits_h;
files = selectbits.h;
mach = 'i[34567]86-*-linux*';
/*
* Define _SELECTBITS_H_WRAPPER at the end of the wrapper, not
* the start, so that if #include_next gets another instance of
* the wrapper, this will follow the #include_next chain until
* we arrive at the real <selectbits.h>.
*/
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
/* This file fixes a bug in the __FD_ZERO macro present in glibc 2.0.x. */
#ifndef _SELECTBITS_H_WRAPPER
#include <features.h>
#include_next <selectbits.h>
#if defined(__FD_ZERO) && defined(__GLIBC__) \\
&& defined(__GLIBC_MINOR__) && __GLIBC__ == 2 \\
&& __GLIBC_MINOR__ == 0
#undef __FD_ZERO
#define __FD_ZERO(fdsetp) \\
do { \\
int __d0, __d1; \\
__asm__ __volatile__ ("cld; rep; stosl" \\
: "=&c" (__d0), "=&D" (__d1) \\
: "a" (0), "0" (sizeof (__fd_set) \\
/ sizeof (__fd_mask)), \\
"1" ((__fd_mask *) (fdsetp)) \\
: "memory"); \\
} while (0)
#endif
#define _SELECTBITS_H_WRAPPER
#endif /* _SELECTBITS_H_WRAPPER */
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* Solaris <sys/varargs.h> is a DDK (aka kernel-land) header providing
* the same interface as <stdarg.h>. No idea why they couldn't have just
* used the standard header.
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_solaris_sys_varargs_h;
files = "sys/varargs.h";
mach = '*-*-solaris*';
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
#ifdef __STDC__
#include <stdarg.h>
#else
#include <varargs.h>
#endif
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* Fix non-ANSI memcpy declaration that conflicts with gcc's builtin
* declaration on Sun OS 4.x. We must only fix this on Sun OS 4.x, because
* many other systems have similar text but correct versions of the file.
* To ensure only Sun's is fixed, we grep for a likely unique string.
* Fix also on sysV68 R3V7.1 (head/memory.h\t50.1\t )
*/
fix = {
hackname = AAB_sun_memcpy;
files = memory.h;
select = "/\\*\t@\\(#\\)"
"(head/memory.h\t50.1\t "
"|memory\\.h 1\\.[2-4] 8./../.. SMI; from S5R2 1\\.2\t)\\*/";
replace = <<- _EndOfHeader_
/* This file was generated by fixincludes */
#ifndef __memory_h__
#define __memory_h__
#ifdef __STDC__
extern void *memccpy();
extern void *memchr();
extern void *memcpy();
extern void *memset();
#else
extern char *memccpy();
extern char *memchr();
extern char *memcpy();
extern char *memset();
#endif /* __STDC__ */
extern int memcmp();
#endif /* __memory_h__ */
_EndOfHeader_;
};
/*
* pthread.h on AIX 4.3.3 tries to define a macro without whitspace
* which violates a requirement of ISO C.
*/
fix = {
hackname = aix_pthread;
files = "pthread.h";
select = "(#define [A-Za-z_0-9]+)(\\\\\n[^A-Za-z_0-9 \t\n(])";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 %2";
test_text = "#define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER\\\\\n"
"{...init stuff...}";
};
/*
* sys/machine.h on AIX 4.3.3 puts whitespace between a \ and a newline
* in an otherwise harmless (and #ifed out) macro definition
*/
fix = {
hackname = aix_sysmachine;
files = sys/machine.h;
select = "\\\\ +\n";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "\\\n";
test_text = "#define FOO \\\n"
" bar \\ \n baz \\ \n bat";
};
/*
* sys/wait.h on AIX 3.2.5 puts the declaration of wait3 before the
* definition of struct rusage, so the prototype added by fixproto fails.
*/
fix = {
hackname = aix_syswait;
files = sys/wait.h;
select = "^extern pid_t wait3\\(\\);\n";
select = "bos325,";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "struct rusage;\n%0";
test_text = "/* bos325, */\n"
"extern pid_t wait3();\n"
"\t/* pid_t wait3(int *, int, struct rusage *); */";
};
/*
* sys/wait.h on AIX 5.2 defines macros that have both signed and
* unsigned types in conditional expressions.
*/
fix = {
hackname = aix_syswait_2;
files = sys/wait.h;
select = '\? (\(\(\(\(unsigned[^)]*\)[^)]*\) >> [^)]*\) \& 0xff\) : -1)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "? (int)%1";
test_text = "#define WSTOPSIG(__x) (int)(WIFSTOPPED(__x) ? ((((unsigned int)__x) >> 8) & 0xff) : -1)";
};
/*
* sys/signal.h on some versions of AIX uses volatile in the typedef of
* sig_atomic_t, which causes gcc to generate a warning about duplicate
* volatile when a sig_atomic_t variable is declared volatile, as
* required by ANSI C.
*/
fix = {
hackname = aix_volatile;
files = sys/signal.h;
select = "typedef volatile int sig_atomic_t";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "typedef int sig_atomic_t";
test_text = "typedef volatile int sig_atomic_t;";
};
/*
* Fix __assert declaration in assert.h on Alpha OSF/1.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha___assert;
files = "assert.h";
select = '__assert\(char \*, char \*, int\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "__assert(const char *, const char *, int)";
test_text = 'extern void __assert(char *, char *, int);';
};
/*
* Obey __PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX for Tru64 UNIX V4/5 headers.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha___extern_prefix;
select = "(.*)(defined\\(__DECC\\)|def[ \t]*__DECC)[ \t]*\n"
"(#[ \t]*pragma[ \t]*extern_prefix.*)";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 (defined(__DECC) || defined(__PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX))\n%3";
test_text = "#ifdef __DECC\n"
"#pragma extern_prefix \"_P\"\n"
"# if defined(__DECC)\n"
"# pragma extern_prefix \"_E\"\n"
"# if !defined(_LIBC_POLLUTION_H_) && defined(__DECC)\n"
"# pragma extern_prefix \"\"";
};
/*
* Obey __PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX for Tru64 UNIX V4/5 <standards.h>.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha___extern_prefix_standards;
files = standards.h;
select = ".*!defined\\(_LIBC_POLLUTION_H_\\) && !defined\\(__DECC\\)";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0 && !defined(__PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX)";
test_text = "#if (_ISO_C_SOURCE>=19990L) "
"&& !defined(_LIBC_POLLUTION_H_) && !defined(__DECC)";
};
/*
* Obey __PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX for Tru64 UNIX V5 <sys/mount.h> and
* <sys/stat.h>. The tests for __DECC are special in various ways, so
* alpha__extern_prefix cannot be used.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha___extern_prefix_sys_stat;
files = sys/stat.h;
files = sys/mount.h;
select = "#[ \t]*if[ \t]*defined\\(__DECC\\)";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf5*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0 || defined(__PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX)";
test_text = "# if defined(__DECC)";
};
/*
* Fix assert macro in assert.h on Alpha OSF/1.
* The superfluous int cast breaks C++.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_assert;
files = "assert.h";
select = '(#define assert\(EX\).*)\(\(int\) \(EX\)\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1(EX)";
test_text = '#define assert(EX) (((int) (EX)) ? (void)0 '
': __assert(#EX, __FILE__, __LINE__))';
};
/*
* Fix #defines under Alpha OSF/1:
* The following files contain '#pragma extern_prefix "_FOO"' followed by
* a '#define something(x,y,z) _FOOsomething(x,y,z)'. The intent of these
* statements is to reduce namespace pollution. While these macros work
* properly in most cases, they don't allow you to take a pointer to the
* "something" being modified. To get around this limitation, change these
* statements to be of the form '#define something _FOOsomething'.
*
* sed ain't egrep, lesson 2463: sed can use self-referential
* regular expressions. In the substitute expression below,
* "\\1" and "\\2" refer to subexpressions found earlier in the
* same match. So, we continue to use sed. "extern_prefix" will
* be a rare match anyway...
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_bad_lval;
select = "^[ \t]*#[ \t]*pragma[ \t]+extern_prefix";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
sed =
"s/^[ \t]*#[ \t]*define[ \t][ \t]*\\([^(]*\\)\\(([^)]*)\\)[ \t]*"
"\\(_.*\\)\\1\\2[ \t]*$/#define \\1 \\3\\1/";
test_text = '#pragma extern_prefix "_FOO"'"\n"
"#define something(x,y,z) _FOOsomething(x,y,z)\n"
"#define mumble _FOOmumble";
};
/*
* Fix getopt declarations in stdio.h and stdlib.h on Alpha OSF/1 and AIX.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_getopt;
files = "stdio.h";
files = "stdlib.h";
select = 'getopt\(int, char \*\[\], *char \*\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "getopt(int, char *const[], const char *)";
test_text = 'extern int getopt(int, char *[], char *);';
};
/*
* Fix missing semicolon on Alpha OSF/4 in <net/if.h>
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_if_semicolon;
files = net/if.h;
select = "struct[ \t]+sockaddr[ \t]+vmif_paddr[ \t]+/\\*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "struct sockaddr vmif_paddr;\t/*";
test_text = ' struct sockaddr vmif_paddr /* protocol address */';
};
/*
* Remove erroneous parentheses in sym.h on Alpha OSF/1.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_parens;
files = sym.h;
select = '#ifndef\(__mips64\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __mips64";
test_text = "#ifndef(__mips64) /* bogus */\nextern int foo;\n#endif";
};
/*
* Obey __PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX for Tru64 UNIX <pthread.h>.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_pthread;
files = pthread.h;
select = "((#[ \t]*if)([ \t]*defined[ \t]*\\(_PTHREAD_ENV_DECC\\)"
"|def _PTHREAD_ENV_DECC)(.*))\n"
"(#[ \t]*define _PTHREAD_USE_PTDNAM_)";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%2 defined (_PTHREAD_ENV_DECC)%4 "
"|| defined (__PRAGMA_EXTERN_PREFIX)\n%5";
test_text = "# if defined (_PTHREAD_ENV_DECC) "
"|| defined (_PTHREAD_ENV_EPCC)\n"
"# define _PTHREAD_USE_PTDNAM_\n"
"# endif\n"
"# ifdef _PTHREAD_ENV_DECC\n"
"# define _PTHREAD_USE_PTDNAM_\n"
"# endif";
};
/*
* Recognize GCC in Tru64 UNIX V5.1B <pthread.h>.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_pthread_gcc;
files = pthread.h;
select = "#else\n# error <pthread.h>: unrecognized compiler.";
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#elif defined (__GNUC__)\n"
"# define _PTHREAD_ENV_GCC\n"
"%0";
test_text = "# define _PTHREAD_ENV_INTELC\n"
"#else\n"
"# error <pthread.h>: unrecognized compiler.\n"
"#endif";
};
/*
* Compaq Tru64 v5.1 defines all of its PTHREAD_*_INITIALIZER macros
* incorrectly, specifying less fields in the initializers than are
* defined in the corresponding structure types. Use of these macros
* in user code results in spurious warnings.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_pthread_init;
files = pthread.h;
select = ' \* @\(#\).RCSfile: pthread\.h,v \$'
' .Revision: 1\.1\.33\.21 \$ \(DEC\)'
' .Date: 2000/08/15 15:30:13 \$';
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf*";
sed = "s@MVALID\\(.*\\)A}@MVALID\\1A, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 }@\n"
"s@MVALID\\(.*\\)_}@MVALID\\1_, 0, 0, 0, 0 }@\n"
"s@CVALID\\(.*\\)A}@CVALID\\1A, 0, 0, 0, 0 }@\n"
"s@CVALID\\(.*\\)_}@CVALID\\1_, 0, 0 }@\n"
"s@WVALID\\(.*\\)A}@WVALID\\1A, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 }@\n"
"s@WVALID\\(.*\\)_}@WVALID\\1_, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 }@\n";
test_text = <<- _EOText_
/*
* @(#)_RCSfile: pthread.h,v $ _Revision: 1.1.33.21 $ (DEC) _Date: 2000/08/15 15:30:13 $
*/
#ifndef _PTHREAD_NOMETER_STATIC
# define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER \
{_PTHREAD_MSTATE_CONFIG, _PTHREAD_MVALID | _PTHREAD_MVF_STA}
# define PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER \
{_PTHREAD_CSTATE_SLOW, _PTHREAD_CVALID | _PTHREAD_CVF_STA}
# define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITWITHNAME_NP(_n_,_a_) \
{_PTHREAD_MSTATE_CONFIG, _PTHREAD_MVALID | _PTHREAD_MVF_STA, _n_, _a_}
# define PTHREAD_COND_INITWITHNAME_NP(_n_,_a_) \
{_PTHREAD_CSTATE_SLOW, _PTHREAD_CVALID | _PTHREAD_CVF_STA, _n_, _a_}
#else
# define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER {0, _PTHREAD_MVALID | _PTHREAD_MVF_STA}
# define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITWITHNAME_NP(_n_,_a_) \
{0, _PTHREAD_MVALID | _PTHREAD_MVF_STA, _n_, _a_}
# define PTHREAD_COND_INITWITHNAME_NP(_n_,_a_) \
{0, _PTHREAD_CVALID | _PTHREAD_CVF_STA, _n_, _a_}
#endif
#define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER {_PTHREAD_RWVALID | _PTHREAD_RWVF_STA}
#define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITWITHNAME_NP(_n_,_a_) \
{_PTHREAD_RWVALID | _PTHREAD_RWVF_STA, _n_, _a_}
_EOText_;
};
/*
* Fix return value of sbrk in unistd.h on Alpha OSF/1 V2.0
* And OpenBSD.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_sbrk;
files = unistd.h;
select = "char[ \t]*\\*[\t ]*sbrk[ \t]*\\(";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "void *sbrk(";
test_text = "extern char* sbrk(ptrdiff_t increment);";
};
/*
* Change external names of wcstok/wcsftime via asm instead of macros on
* Tru64 UNIX V4.0.
*/
fix = {
hackname = alpha_wchar;
files = wchar.h;
mach = "alpha*-dec-osf4*";
select = "#define wcstok wcstok_r";
sed = "s@#define wcstok wcstok_r@"
"extern wchar_t *wcstok __((wchar_t *, const wchar_t *, "
"wchar_t **)) __asm__(\"wcstok_r\");@";
sed = "s@#define wcsftime __wcsftime_isoc@"
"extern size_t wcsftime __((wchar_t *, size_t, const wchar_t *"
", const struct tm *)) __asm__(\"__wcsftime_isoc\");@";
test_text = "#define wcstok wcstok_r\n"
"#define wcsftime __wcsftime_isoc";
};
/*
* For C++, avoid any typedef or macro definition of bool,
* and use the built in type instead.
* HP/UX 10.20 also has it in curses_colr/curses.h.
*/
fix = {
hackname = avoid_bool_define;
files = curses.h;
files = curses_colr/curses.h;
files = term.h;
files = tinfo.h;
select = "#[ \t]*define[ \t]+bool[ \t]";
bypass = "__cplusplus";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __cplusplus\n%0\n#endif";
c_fix_arg = "^[ \t]*#[ \t]*define[ \t]+bool[ \t].*";
test_text = "# define bool\t char \n";
};
fix = {
hackname = avoid_bool_type;
files = curses.h;
files = curses_colr/curses.h;
files = term.h;
files = tinfo.h;
select = "^[ \t]*typedef[ \t].*[ \t]bool[ \t]*;";
bypass = "__cplusplus";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __cplusplus\n%0\n#endif";
test_text = "typedef unsigned int\tbool \t; /* bool\n type */";
};
/*
* For C++, avoid any typedef definition of wchar_t,
* and use the built in type instead.
* Don't do this for headers that are smart enough to do the right
* thing (recent [n]curses.h and Xlib.h).
* Don't do it for <linux/nls.h> which is never used from C++ anyway,
* and will be broken by the edit.
*/
fix = {
hackname = avoid_wchar_t_type;
select = "^[ \t]*typedef[ \t].*[ \t]wchar_t[ \t]*;";
bypass = "__cplusplus";
bypass = "_LINUX_NLS_H";
bypass = "XFree86: xc/lib/X11/Xlib\\.h";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __cplusplus\n%0\n#endif";
test_text = "typedef unsigned short\twchar_t \t; /* wchar_t\n type */";
};
/*
* Fix `typedef struct term;' on hppa1.1-hp-hpux9.
*/
fix = {
hackname = bad_struct_term;
files = curses.h;
select = "^[ \t]*typedef[ \t]+struct[ \t]+term[ \t]*;";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "struct term;";
test_text = 'typedef struct term;';
};
/*
* Fix one other error in this file:
* a mismatched quote not inside a C comment.
*/
fix = {
hackname = badquote;
files = sundev/vuid_event.h;
select = "doesn't";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "does not";
test_text = "/* doesn't have matched single quotes */";
};
/*
* check for broken assert.h that needs stdio.h
*/
fix = {
hackname = broken_assert_stdio;
files = assert.h;
select = stderr;
bypass = "include.*stdio\\.h";
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "#include <stdio.h>\n";
test_text = "extern FILE* stderr;";
};
/*
* check for broken assert.h that needs stdlib.h
*/
fix = {
hackname = broken_assert_stdlib;
files = assert.h;
select = 'exit *\(|abort *\(';
bypass = "include.*stdlib\\.h";
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"#include <stdlib.h>\n"
"#endif\n";
test_text = "extern void exit ( int );";
};
/*
* Remove `extern double cabs' declarations from math.h.
* This conflicts with C99. Discovered on AIX.
* IRIX 5 and IRIX 6 before 6.5.18 (where C99 support was introduced)
* declares cabs() to take a struct __cabs_s argument.
* SunOS4 has its cabs() declaration followed by a comment which
* terminates on the following line.
* Darwin hides its broken cabs in architecture-specific subdirs.
*/
fix = {
hackname = broken_cabs;
files = math.h, "architecture/*/math.h";
select = "^extern[ \t]+double[ \t]+cabs";
sed = "s/^extern[ \t]*double[ \t]*cabs[ \t]*\([^\\\)]*\);//";
sed = "s/^extern[ \t]*long[ \t]*double[ \t]*cabsl[ \t]*\([^\\\)]*\);//";
test_text = "#ifdef __STDC__\n"
"extern double cabs(struct dbl_hypot);\n"
"#else\n"
"extern double cabs();\n"
"#endif\n"
"extern double cabs ( _Complex z );\n"
"extern double cabs(); /* This is a comment\n"
" and it ends here. */\n"
"extern double cabs(struct __cabs_s);\n"
"extern long double cabsl( struct __cabsl_s );";
};
/*
* Fixup Darwin's broken check for __builtin_nanf.
*/
fix = {
hackname = broken_nan;
/*
* It is tempting to omit the first "files" entry. Do not.
* The testing machinery will take the first "files" entry as the name
* of a test file to play with. It would be a nuisance to have a directory
* with the name "*".
*/
files = "architecture/ppc/math.h";
files = "architecture/*/math.h";
select = "#if defined(__APPLE_CC__) && (__APPLE_CC__ >= 1345)";
bypass = "powl";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if 1";
test_text = "#if defined(__APPLE_CC__) && (__APPLE_CC__ >= 1345)";
};
/*
* Various systems derived from BSD4.4 contain a macro definition
* for vfscanf that interacts badly with requirements of builtin-attrs.def.
* Known to be fixed in FreeBSD 5 system headers.
*/
fix = {
hackname = bsd_stdio_attrs_conflict;
mach = "*-*-*bsd*";
mach = "*-*-*darwin*";
files = stdio.h;
select = "^#define[ \t]*vfscanf[ \t]*__svfscanf[ \t]*$";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '#define _BSD_STRING(_BSD_X) _BSD_STRINGX(_BSD_X)' "\n"
'#define _BSD_STRINGX(_BSD_X) #_BSD_X' "\n"
'int vfscanf(FILE *, const char *, __builtin_va_list) '
'__asm__ (_BSD_STRING(__USER_LABEL_PREFIX__) "__svfscanf");';
test_text = '#define vfscanf __svfscanf';
};
/*
* Fix various macros used to define ioctl numbers.
* The traditional syntax was:
*
* #define _CTRL(n, x) (('n'<<8)+x)
* #define TCTRLCFOO _CTRL(T, 1)
*
* but this does not work with the C standard, which disallows macro
* expansion inside strings. We have to rewrite it thus:
*
* #define _CTRL(n, x) ((n<<8)+x)
* #define TCTRLCFOO _CTRL('T', 1)
*
* The select expressions match too much, but the c_fix code is cautious.
*
* CTRL might be: CTRL _CTRL ISCTRL BSD43_CTRL ...
*/
fix = {
hackname = ctrl_quotes_def;
select = "define[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+CTRL\\([a-zA-Z][,)]";
c_fix = char_macro_def;
c_fix_arg = "CTRL";
/*
* This is two tests in order to ensure that the "CTRL(c)" can
* be selected in isolation from the multi-arg format
*/
test_text = "#define BSD43_CTRL(n, x) (('n'<<8)+x)\n";
test_text = "#define _CTRL(c) ('c'&037)";
};
fix = {
hackname = ctrl_quotes_use;
select = "define[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+CTRL[ \t]*\\( *[^,']";
c_fix = char_macro_use;
c_fix_arg = "CTRL";
test_text = "#define TCTRLFOO BSD43_CTRL(T, 1)";
};
/*
* sys/mman.h on HP/UX is not C++ ready,
* even though NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C is defined on HP/UX.
*
* rpc/types.h on OSF1/2.0 is not C++ ready,
* even though NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C is defined for the alpha.
*
* The problem is the declaration of malloc.
*/
fix = {
hackname = cxx_unready;
files = sys/mman.h;
files = rpc/types.h;
select = '[^#]+malloc.*;'; /* Catch any form of declaration
not within a macro. */
bypass = '"C"|__BEGIN_DECLS';
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"extern \"C\" {\n"
"#endif\n";
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"}\n"
"#endif\n";
test_text = "extern void* malloc( size_t );";
};
/*
* On darwin8 and earlier, mach-o/swap.h isn't properly guarded
* by 'extern "C"'. On darwin7 some mach/ headers aren't properly guarded.
*/
fix = {
hackname = darwin_externc;
mach = "*-*-darwin*";
files = mach-o/swap.h;
files = mach/mach_time.h;
files = mach/mach_traps.h;
files = mach/message.h;
files = mach/mig.h;
files = mach/semaphore.h;
bypass = "extern \"C\"";
bypass = "__BEGIN_DECLS";
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"extern \"C\" {\n"
"#endif\n";
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"}\n"
"#endif\n";
test_text = "extern void swap_fat_header();\n";
};
/*
* AvailabilityMacros.h on Darwin breaks with GCC 4.0, because of
* bad __GNUC__ tests.
*/
fix = {
hackname = darwin_gcc4_breakage;
mach = "*-*-darwin*";
files = AvailabilityMacros.h;
select = "\\(__GNUC__ >= 3\\) && \\(__GNUC_MINOR__ >= 1\\)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "((__GNUC__ >= 4) || (__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 1))";
test_text = "#if defined(__GNUC__) && (__GNUC__ >= 3) && "
"(__GNUC_MINOR__ >= 1)\n";
};
/*
* __private_extern__ doesn't exist in FSF GCC. Even if it did,
* why would you ever put it in a system header file?
*/
fix = {
hackname = darwin_private_extern;
mach = "*-*-darwin*";
files = mach-o/dyld.h;
select = "__private_extern__ [a-z_]+ _dyld_";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern";
c_fix_arg = "__private_extern__";
test_text = "__private_extern__ int _dyld_func_lookup(\n"
"const char *dyld_func_name,\n"
"unsigned long *address);\n";
};
/*
* Fix <c_asm.h> on Digital UNIX V4.0:
* It contains a prototype for a DEC C internal asm() function,
* clashing with gcc's asm keyword. So protect this with __DECC.
*/
fix = {
hackname = dec_intern_asm;
files = c_asm.h;
sed = "/^[ \t]*float[ \t]*fasm/i\\\n#ifdef __DECC\n";
sed = "/^[ \t]*#[ \t]*pragma[ \t]*intrinsic([ \t]*dasm/a\\\n"
"#endif\n";
test_text =
"float fasm {\n"
" ... asm stuff ...\n"
"};\n#pragma intrinsic( dasm )\n/* END ASM TEST*/";
};
/*
* Fix typo in <wchar.h> on DJGPP 2.03.
*/
fix = {
hackname = djgpp_wchar_h;
file = wchar.h;
select = "__DJ_wint_t";
bypass = "sys/djtypes.h";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0\n#include <sys/djtypes.h>";
c_fix_arg = "#include <stddef.h>";
test_text = "#include <stddef.h>\n"
"extern __DJ_wint_t x;\n";
};
/*
* Fix these Sun OS files to avoid an invalid identifier in an #ifdef.
*/
fix = {
hackname = ecd_cursor;
files = "sunwindow/win_lock.h";
files = "sunwindow/win_cursor.h";
select = 'ecd\.cursor';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = 'ecd_cursor';
test_text = "#ifdef ecd.cursor\n#error bogus\n#endif /* ecd+cursor */";
};
/*
* math.h on SunOS 4 puts the declaration of matherr before the definition
* of struct exception, so the prototype (added by fixproto) causes havoc.
* This must appear before the math_exception fix.
*/
fix = {
hackname = exception_structure;
files = math.h;
/* If matherr has a prototype already, the header needs no fix. */
bypass = 'matherr.*(struct exception|__MATH_EXCEPTION|[ \t]*__FP_EXCEPTION[ \t]*\*[ \t]*)';
select = matherr;
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "struct exception;\n";
test_text = "extern int matherr();";
};
/*
* Between 8/24/1998 and 2/17/2001, FreeBSD system headers presume
* neither the existence of GCC 3 nor its exact feature set yet break
* (by design?) when __GNUC__ is set beyond 2.
*/
fix = {
hackname = freebsd_gcc3_breakage;
mach = "*-*-freebsd*";
files = sys/cdefs.h;
select = '^#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 7$';
bypass = '__GNUC__[ \t]*([>=]=[ \t]*[3-9]|>[ \t]*2)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '%0 || __GNUC__ >= 3';
test_text = '#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 7';
};
/*
* Some releases of FreeBSD 4 and FreeBSD 5.0 and 5.1 system headers presume
* neither the existence of GCC 4 nor its exact feature set yet break
* (by design?) when __GNUC__ is set beyond 3.
*/
fix = {
hackname = freebsd_gcc4_breakage;
mach = "*-*-freebsd*";
files = sys/cdefs.h;
select = '^#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 7 \|\| __GNUC__ == 3$';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 7 || __GNUC__ >= 3';
test_text = '#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 7 || __GNUC__ == 3';
};
/*
* Some versions of glibc don't expect the C99 inline semantics.
*/
fix = {
hackname = glibc_c99_inline_1;
files = features.h, '*/features.h';
select = "^ *&& !defined __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__ && !defined __NO_INLINE__$";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0 && (defined __extern_inline || defined __GNUC_GNU_INLINE__)";
test_text = <<-EOT
#if __GNUC_PREREQ (2, 7) && defined __OPTIMIZE__ \
&& !defined __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__ && !defined __NO_INLINE__
# define __USE_EXTERN_INLINES 1
#endif
EOT;
};
/*
* Similar, but a version that didn't have __NO_INLINE__
*/
fix = {
hackname = glibc_c99_inline_1a;
files = features.h, '*/features.h';
select = "(\\) && defined __OPTIMIZE__ && !defined __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__)\n"
"(#[ \t]*define[ \t]*__USE_EXTERN_INLINES[ \t]*1)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 && (defined __extern_inline || defined __GNUC_GNU_INLINE__)\n%2";
test_text = <<-EOT
#if __GNUC_PREREQ (2, 7) && defined __OPTIMIZE__ && !defined __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__
# define __USE_EXTERN_INLINES 1
#endif
EOT;
};
/*
* The glibc_c99_inline_1 fix should have fixed everything. Unfortunately
* there are many glibc headers which do not respect __USE_EXTERN_INLINES.
* The remaining glibc_c99_inline_* fixes deal with some of those headers.
*/
fix = {
hackname = glibc_c99_inline_2;
files = sys/stat.h, '*/sys/stat.h';
select = "extern __inline__ int";
sed = "s/extern int \\(stat\\|lstat\\|fstat\\|mknod\\)/"
"#ifdef __GNUC_GNU_INLINE__\\\nextern\\\n#endif\\\n"
"__inline__ int \\1/";
sed = "s/extern int __REDIRECT\\(_NTH\\|\\) (\\(stat\\|lstat\\|fstat\\)/"
"#ifdef __GNUC_GNU_INLINE__\\\nextern\\\n#endif\\\n"
"__inline__ int __REDIRECT\\1 (\\2/";
sed = "s/^extern __inline__ int/"
"#ifdef __GNUC_GNU_INLINE__\\\nextern\\\n#endif\\\n"
"__inline__ int/";
test_text = <<-EOT
extern int fstat64 (int __fd, struct stat64 *__buf) __THROW __nonnull ((2));
extern __inline__ int
__NTH (fstat64 (int __fd, struct stat64 *__statbuf))
{}
EOT;
};
fix = {
hackname = glibc_c99_inline_3;
files = bits/string2.h, '*/bits/string2.h';
select = "extern __inline";
bypass = "__extern_inline|__GNU_STDC_INLINE__";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "# if defined(__cplusplus) || defined(__GNUC_STDC_INLINE__)";
c_fix_arg = "^# ifdef __cplusplus$";
test_text = <<-EOT
# ifdef __cplusplus
# define __STRING_INLINE inline
# else
# define __STRING_INLINE extern __inline
# endif
EOT;
};
fix = {
hackname = glibc_c99_inline_4;
files = sys/sysmacros.h, '*/sys/sysmacros.h', wchar.h, '*/wchar.h';
bypass = "__extern_inline|__gnu_inline__";
select = "(^| )extern __inline";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0 __attribute__ ((__gnu_inline__))";
test_text = <<-EOT
__extension__ extern __inline unsigned int
extern __inline unsigned int
EOT;
};
/* glibc-2.3.5 defines pthread mutex initializers incorrectly,
* so we replace them with versions that correspond to the
* definition.
*/
fix = {
hackname = glibc_mutex_init;
files = pthread.h;
select = '\{ *\{ *0, *\} *\}';
sed = "/define[ \t]\\+PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER[ \t]*\\\\/{\n"
"N\ns/{ { 0, } }/{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 } }/\n}";
sed = "s/{ \\(0, 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_"
"\\(RECURSIVE\\|ERRORCHECK\\|ADAPTIVE\\)_NP\\) }/{ \\1, 0 }/";
sed = "s/{ \\(0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_"
"\\(RECURSIVE\\|ERRORCHECK\\|ADAPTIVE\\)_NP\\) }/{ \\1, 0, 0 }/";
sed = "/define[ \t]\\+PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER[ \t]*\\\\/"
"N;s/^[ \t]*#[ \t]*"
"\\(define[ \t]\\+PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER[ \t]*\\\\\\)\\n"
"[ \t]*{ { 0, } }/# if __WORDSIZE == 64\\n"
"# \\1\\n"
" { { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 } }\\n"
"# else\\n"
"# \\1\\n"
" { { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 } }\\n"
"# endif/";
sed = "s/{ \\(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, "
"PTHREAD_RWLOCK_PREFER_WRITER_NONRECURSIVE_NP\\) }/{ \\1, 0 }/";
sed = "/define[ \t]\\+PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER/"
"s/{ { 0, } }/{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, (void *) 0, 0, 0 } }/";
test_text = <<- _EOText_
#define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER \\
{ { 0, } }
#ifdef __USE_GNU
# if __WORDSIZE == 64
# define PTHREAD_RECURSIVE_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_RECURSIVE_NP } }
# define PTHREAD_ERRORCHECK_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_ERRORCHECK_NP } }
# define PTHREAD_ADAPTIVE_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_ADAPTIVE_NP } }
# else
# define PTHREAD_RECURSIVE_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_RECURSIVE_NP } }
# define PTHREAD_ERRORCHECK_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_ERRORCHECK_NP } }
# define PTHREAD_ADAPTIVE_MUTEX_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_MUTEX_ADAPTIVE_NP } }
# endif
#endif
# define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER \\
{ { 0, } }
# ifdef __USE_GNU
# if __WORDSIZE == 64
# define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_WRITER_NONRECURSIVE_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, \\
PTHREAD_RWLOCK_PREFER_WRITER_NONRECURSIVE_NP } }
# else
# define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_WRITER_NONRECURSIVE_INITIALIZER_NP \\
{ { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_RWLOCK_PREFER_WRITER_NONRECURSIVE_NP } }
# endif
# endif
#define PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER { { 0, } }
_EOText_;
};
/*
* Fix these files to use the types we think they should for
* ptrdiff_t, size_t, and wchar_t.
*
* This defines the types in terms of macros predefined by our 'cpp'.
* This is supposedly necessary for glibc's handling of these types.
* It's probably not necessary for anyone else, but it doesn't hurt.
*/
fix = {
hackname = gnu_types;
files = "sys/types.h";
files = "stdlib.h";
files = "sys/stdtypes.h";
files = "stddef.h";
files = "memory.h";
files = "unistd.h";
bypass = '_GCC_(PTRDIFF|SIZE|WCHAR)_T';
select = "^[ \t]*typedef[ \t]+.*[ \t](ptrdiff|size|wchar)_t;";
c_fix = gnu_type;
/* The Solaris 10 headers already define these types correctly. */
mach = '*-*-solaris2.1[0-9]*';
not_machine = true;
test_text = "typedef long int ptrdiff_t; /* long int */\n"
"typedef uint_t size_t; /* uint_t */\n"
"typedef ushort_t wchar_t; /* ushort_t */";
};
/*
* Fix HP & Sony's use of "../machine/xxx.h"
* to refer to: <machine/xxx.h>
*/
fix = {
hackname = hp_inline;
files = sys/spinlock.h;
files = machine/machparam.h;
select = "[ \t]*#[ \t]*include[ \t]+" '"\.\./machine/';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1<machine/%2.h>";
c_fix_arg = "([ \t]*#[ \t]*include[ \t]+)" '"\.\./machine/'
'([a-z]+)\.h"';
test_text = ' # include "../machine/mumble.h"';
};
/*
* Check for (...) in C++ code in HP/UX sys/file.h.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hp_sysfile;
files = sys/file.h;
select = "HPUX_SOURCE";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "(struct file *, ...)";
c_fix_arg = '\(\.\.\.\)';
test_text = "extern void foo(...); /* HPUX_SOURCE - bad varargs */";
};
/*
* Un-Hide a series of five FP defines from post-1999 compliance GCC:
* FP_NORMAL, FP_ZERO, FP_INFINITE, FP_SUBNORMAL and FP_NAN
*/
fix = {
hackname = hppa_hpux_fp_macros;
mach = "hppa*-hp-hpux11*";
files = math.h;
select = "#[ \t]*define[ \t]*FP_NORMAL.*\n"
"#[ \t]*define[ \t]*FP_ZERO.*\n"
"#[ \t]*define[ \t]*FP_INFINITE.*\n"
"#[ \t]*define[ \t]*FP_SUBNORMAL.*\n"
"#[ \t]*define[ \t]*FP_NAN.*\n";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = <<- _EOFix_
#endif /* _INCLUDE_HPUX_SOURCE */
#if defined(_INCLUDE_HPUX_SOURCE) || \
(defined(__STDC_VERSION__) && (__STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L))
%0#endif
#ifdef _INCLUDE_HPUX_SOURCE
_EOFix_;
test_text =
"# define FP_NORMAL 0\n"
"# define FP_ZERO 1\n"
"# define FP_INFINITE 2\n"
"# define FP_SUBNORMAL 3\n"
"# define FP_NAN 4\n";
};
/*
* Delete C++ double pow (double, int) inline function from HP-UX 10 & 11
* math.h to prevent clash with define in c_std/bits/std_cmath.h.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux10_cpp_pow_inline;
files = fixinc-test-limits.h, math.h;
select = <<- END_POW_INLINE
^# +ifdef +__cplusplus
+\}
+inline +double +pow\(double +__d,int +__expon\) +\{
[ ]+return +pow\(__d,\(double\)__expon\);
+\}
+extern +"C" +\{
#else
# +endif
END_POW_INLINE;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "";
test_text =
"# ifdef __cplusplus\n"
" }\n"
" inline double pow(double __d,int __expon) {\n"
"\t return pow(__d,(double)__expon);\n"
" }\n"
' extern "C"' " {\n"
"#else\n"
"# endif";
};
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_cpp_pow_inline;
files = math.h;
select = " +inline double pow\\(double d,int expon\\) \\{\n"
" +return pow\\(d, \\(double\\)expon\\);\n"
" +\\}\n";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "";
test_text =
" inline double pow(double d,int expon) {\n"
" return pow(d, (double)expon);\n"
" }\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux 10.X missing ctype declarations 1
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux10_ctype_declarations1;
files = ctype.h;
select = "^#[ \t]*define _toupper\\(__c\\)[ \t]*__toupper\\(__c\\)";
bypass = "^[ \t]*extern[ \t]*int[ \t]*__tolower[ \t]*\\(";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef _PROTOTYPES\n"
"extern int __tolower(int);\n"
"extern int __toupper(int);\n"
"#else /* NOT _PROTOTYPES */\n"
"extern int __tolower();\n"
"extern int __toupper();\n"
"#endif /* _PROTOTYPES */\n\n"
"%0\n";
test_text = "# define _toupper(__c) __toupper(__c)\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux 10.X missing ctype declarations 2
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux10_ctype_declarations2;
files = ctype.h;
select = "^# if defined\\(_SB_CTYPE_MACROS\\) && \\!defined\\(__lint\\)";
bypass = "^[ \t]*extern[ \t]*int[ \t]*_isalnum[ \t]*\\(";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0\n\n"
"#ifdef _PROTOTYPES\n"
" extern int _isalnum(int);\n"
" extern int _isalpha(int);\n"
" extern int _iscntrl(int);\n"
" extern int _isdigit(int);\n"
" extern int _isgraph(int);\n"
" extern int _islower(int);\n"
" extern int _isprint(int);\n"
" extern int _ispunct(int);\n"
" extern int _isspace(int);\n"
" extern int _isupper(int);\n"
" extern int _isxdigit(int);\n"
"# else /* not _PROTOTYPES */\n"
" extern int _isalnum();\n"
" extern int _isalpha();\n"
" extern int _iscntrl();\n"
" extern int _isdigit();\n"
" extern int _isgraph();\n"
" extern int _islower();\n"
" extern int _isprint();\n"
" extern int _ispunct();\n"
" extern int _isspace();\n"
" extern int _isupper();\n"
" extern int _isxdigit();\n"
"#endif /* _PROTOTYPES */\n";
test_text = "# if defined(_SB_CTYPE_MACROS) && !defined(__lint)\n"
" extern unsigned int *__SB_masks;\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux 10.X missing stdio declarations
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux10_stdio_declarations;
files = stdio.h;
select = "^#[ \t]*define _iob[ \t]*__iob";
bypass = "^[ \t]*extern[ \t]*int[ \t]*vsnprintf[ \t]*\\(";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0\n\n"
"# if defined(__STDC__) || defined(__cplusplus)\n"
" extern int snprintf(char *, size_t, const char *, ...);\n"
" extern int vsnprintf(char *, size_t, const char *, __va_list);\n"
"# else /* not __STDC__) || __cplusplus */\n"
" extern int snprintf();\n"
" extern int vsnprintf();\n"
"# endif /* __STDC__) || __cplusplus */\n";
test_text = "# define _iob __iob\n";
};
/*
* Make sure hpux defines abs in header.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_abs;
mach = "ia64-hp-hpux11*";
files = stdlib.h;
select = "ifndef _MATH_INCLUDED";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "if !defined(_MATH_INCLUDED) || defined(__GNUG__)";
test_text = "#ifndef _MATH_INCLUDED";
};
/*
* Keep HP-UX 11 from stomping on C++ math namespace
* with defines for fabsf.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_fabsf;
files = math.h;
select = "^[ \t]*#[ \t]*define[ \t]+fabsf\\(.*";
bypass = "__cplusplus";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __cplusplus\n%0\n#endif";
test_text =
"#ifdef _PA_RISC\n"
"# define fabsf(x) ((float)fabs((double)(float)(x)))\n"
"#endif";
};
/*
* Fix C99 constant in __POINTER_SET define.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_pthread_const;
mach = "*-hp-hpux11.[0-3]*";
files = sys/pthread.h;
select = "^#define[ \t]*__POINTER_SET[ \t]*\\(\\(void \\*\\) 1LL\\)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define __POINTER_SET\t\t((void *) 1L)";
test_text = "#define __POINTER_SET\t\t((void *) 1LL)";
};
/*
* Prevent HP-UX 11 from defining __size_t and preventing size_t from
* being defined by having it define _hpux_size_t instead.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_size_t;
mach = "*-hp-hpux11*";
select = "__size_t";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "_hpux_size_t";
test_text =
"#define __size_t size_t\n"
" extern int getpwuid_r( char *, __size_t, struct passwd **);\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux 11.00 broken snprintf declaration
* (third argument is char *, needs to be const char * to prevent
* spurious warnings with -Wwrite-strings or in C++).
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_snprintf;
files = stdio.h;
select = '(extern int snprintf *\(char *\*, *(|__|_hpux_)size_t,)'
' *(char *\*, *\.\.\.\);)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '%1 const %3';
test_text = "extern int snprintf(char *, size_t, char *, ...);\n"
"extern int snprintf(char *, __size_t, char *, ...);\n"
"extern int snprintf(char *, _hpux_size_t, char *, ...);";
};
/*
* In inttypes.h on HPUX 11, the use of __CONCAT__ in the definition
* of UINT32_C has undefined behavior according to ISO/ANSI:
* the arguments to __CONCAT__ are not macro expanded before the
* concatination happens so the trailing ')' in the first argument
* is concatinated with the 'l' in the second argument creating an
* invalid pp token. The behavior of invalid pp tokens is undefined.
* GCC does not handle these invalid tokens the way the HP compiler does.
* This problem will potentially occur anytime macros are used in the
* arguments to __CONCAT__. A general solution to this problem would be to
* insert another layer of macro between __CONCAT__ and its use
* in UINT32_C. An example of this solution can be found in the C standard.
* A more specific solution, the one used here, is to change the UINT32_C
* macro to not used macros in the arguments to __CONCAT__.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_uint32_c;
files = inttypes.h;
select = "^#define UINT32_C\\(__c\\)[ \t]*"
"__CONCAT__\\(__CONCAT_U__\\(__c\\),l\\)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '#define UINT32_C(__c) __CONCAT__(__c,ul)';
test_text =
"#define CONCAT_U__(__c)\t__CONCAT__(__c,u)\n"
"#define UINT32_C(__c)\t__CONCAT__(__CONCAT_U__(__c),l)";
};
/*
* Fix hpux 11.00 broken vsnprintf declaration
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_vsnprintf;
files = stdio.h;
select = '(extern int vsnprintf\(char \*, _[hpux]*_size_t, '
'const char \*,) __va__list\);';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 __va_list);";
test_text = 'extern int vsnprintf(char *, _hpux_size_t, const char *,'
' __va__list);';
};
/*
* get rid of bogus inline definitions in HP-UX 8.0
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux8_bogus_inlines;
files = math.h;
select = inline;
bypass = "__GNUG__";
sed = "s@inline int abs(int [a-z][a-z]*) {.*}"
"@extern \"C\" int abs(int);@";
sed = "s@inline double abs(double [a-z][a-z]*) {.*}@@";
sed = "s@inline int sqr(int [a-z][a-z]*) {.*}@@";
sed = "s@inline double sqr(double [a-z][a-z]*) {.*}@@";
test_text = "inline int abs(int v) { return (v>=0)?v:-v; }\n"
"inline double sqr(double v) { return v**0.5; }";
};
/*
* Fix hpux broken ctype macros
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_ctype_macros;
files = ctype.h;
select = '((: |\()__SB_masks \? )'
'(__SB_masks\[__(alnum|c)\] & _IS)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1(int)%3";
test_text = ": __SB_masks ? __SB_masks[__alnum] & _ISCNTRL\n"
"# define isalpha(__c) (__SB_masks ? __SB_masks[__c] & _IS\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux broken #ifndef _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED conditional on htonl etc.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_htonl;
files = netinet/in.h;
select = "#ifndef _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED\n"
"(/\\*\n"
" \\* Macros for number representation conversion\\.\n"
" \\*/\n"
"#ifndef ntohl)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if 1\n%1";
test_text = "#ifndef _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED\n"
"/*\n"
" * Macros for number representation conversion.\n"
" */\n"
"#ifndef ntohl\n"
"#define ntohl(x) (x)\n"
"#define ntohs(x) (x)\n"
"#define htonl(x) (x)\n"
"#define htons(x) (x)\n"
"#endif\n"
"#endif /* ! _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED */";
};
/*
* HP-UX long_double
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_long_double;
files = stdlib.h;
select = "extern[ \t]long_double[ \t]strtold";
bypass = "long_double_t";
sed = "/^#[ \t]*ifndef _LONG_DOUBLE/,/\\/\\* _LONG_DOUBLE \\*\\//D";
sed = "s/long_double/long double/g";
test_text = "# ifndef _LONG_DOUBLE\n"
"# define _LONG_DOUBLE\n"
" typedef struct {\n"
" unsigned int word1, word2, word3, word4;\n"
" } long_double;\n"
"# endif /* _LONG_DOUBLE */\n"
"extern long_double strtold(const char *, char **);\n";
};
/*
* Fix hpux10.20 <sys/time.h> to avoid invalid forward decl
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_systime;
files = sys/time.h;
select = "^extern struct sigevent;";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "struct sigevent;";
test_text = 'extern struct sigevent;';
};
/*
* Wrap spu_info in ifdef _KERNEL. GCC cannot handle an array of unknown
* type and mpinfou is only defined when _KERNEL is set.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_spu_info;
mach = "*-hp-hpux*";
/*
* It is tempting to omit the first "files" entry. Do not.
* The testing machinery will take the first "files" entry as the name
* of a test file to play with. It would be a nuisance to have a directory
* with the name "*".
*/
files = "ia64/sys/getppdp.h";
files = "*/sys/getppdp.h";
select = "^.*extern.*spu_info.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef _KERNEL\n%0\n#endif";
test_text = "extern union mpinfou spu_info[];";
};
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_extern_sendfile;
mach = "*-hp-hpux11.[12]*";
files = sys/socket.h;
select = "^[ \t]*extern sbsize_t sendfile.*\n.*, int\\)\\);\n";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef _APP32_64BIT_OFF_T\n%0#endif\n";
test_text = " extern sbsize_t sendfile __((int, int, off_t, bsize_t,\n const struct iovec *, int));\n";
};
fix = {
hackname = hpux11_extern_sendpath;
mach = "*-hp-hpux11.[12]*";
files = sys/socket.h;
select = "^[ \t]*extern sbsize_t sendpath.*\n.*, int\\)\\);\n";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef _APP32_64BIT_OFF_T\n%0#endif\n";
test_text = " extern sbsize_t sendpath __((int, int, off_t, bsize_t,\n const struct iovec *, int));\n";
};
fix = {
hackname = hpux_extern_errno;
mach = "*-hp-hpux10.*";
mach = "*-hp-hpux11.[0-2]*";
files = errno.h;
select = "^[ \t]*extern int errno;$";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\nextern \"C\" {\n#endif\n%0\n#ifdef __cplusplus\n}\n#endif";
test_text = " extern int errno;\n";
};
/*
* Add missing braces to pthread initializer defines.
*/
fix = {
hackname = hpux_pthread_initializers;
mach = "*-hp-hpux11.[0-3]*";
files = sys/pthread.h;
sed = "s@^[ \t]*1, 1, 1, 1,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 1, 1, 1, 1 },\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@^[ \t]*1,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 1, 0 }@";
sed = "/^[ \t]*0$/d";
sed = "s@__PTHREAD_MUTEX_VALID, 0"
"@{ __PTHREAD_MUTEX_VALID, 0 }@";
sed = "s@^[ \t]*0, 0, -1, 0,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 0, 0, -1, 0 },\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@0, __LWP_MTX_VALID, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@{ 0, __LWP_MTX_VALID }, { 0, 1, 1, 1, 1 },\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@^[ \t]*__LWP_MTX_VALID, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 0, __LWP_MTX_VALID }, { 0, 1, 1, 1, 1 },\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@^[ \t]*0, 0[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 0, 0 }\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@__PTHREAD_COND_VALID, 0"
"@{ __PTHREAD_COND_VALID, 0 }@";
sed = "s@__LWP_COND_VALID, 0,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@{ __LWP_COND_VALID, 0 },\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@__PTHREAD_RWLOCK_VALID, 0"
"@{ __PTHREAD_RWLOCK_VALID, 0 }@";
sed = "s@__LWP_RWLOCK_VALID, 0,[ \t]*\\\\"
"@{ __LWP_RWLOCK_VALID, 0 },\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
sed = "s@^[ \t]*0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0[ \t]*\\\\"
"@\t{ 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 }, { 0, 0}\t\t\t\t\t\\\\@";
test_text = "#define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER {\t\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t__PTHREAD_MUTEX_VALID, 0,\t\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t(PTHREAD_MUTEX_DEFAULT | PTHREAD_PROCESS_PRIVATE),\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t__SPNLCK_INITIALIZER,\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t0, 0, -1, 0,\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t0, __LWP_MTX_VALID, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1,\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"\t0, 0\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\\\\\n"
"}\n";
};
/*
* Fix glibc definition of HUGE_VAL in terms of hex floating point constant
*/
fix = {
hackname = huge_val_hex;
files = bits/huge_val.h;
select = "^#[ \t]*define[ \t]*HUGE_VAL[ \t].*0x1\\.0p.*";
bypass = "__builtin_huge_val";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define HUGE_VAL (__builtin_huge_val())\n";
test_text = "# define HUGE_VAL\t(__extension__ 0x1.0p2047)";
};
/*
* Fix glibc definition of HUGE_VALF in terms of hex floating point constant
*/
fix = {
hackname = huge_valf_hex;
files = bits/huge_val.h;
select = "^#[ \t]*define[ \t]*HUGE_VALF[ \t].*0x1\\.0p.*";
bypass = "__builtin_huge_valf";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define HUGE_VALF (__builtin_huge_valf())\n";
test_text = "# define HUGE_VALF (__extension__ 0x1.0p255f)";
};
/*
* Fix glibc definition of HUGE_VALL in terms of hex floating point constant
*/
fix = {
hackname = huge_vall_hex;
files = bits/huge_val.h;
select = "^#[ \t]*define[ \t]*HUGE_VALL[ \t].*0x1\\.0p.*";
bypass = "__builtin_huge_vall";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define HUGE_VALL (__builtin_huge_vall())\n";
test_text = "# define HUGE_VALL (__extension__ 0x1.0p32767L)";
};
/*
* Fix return type of abort and free
*/
fix = {
hackname = int_abort_free_and_exit;
files = stdlib.h;
select = "int[ \t]+(abort|free|exit)[ \t]*\\(";
bypass = "_CLASSIC_ANSI_TYPES";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "void\t%1(";
test_text = "extern int abort(int);\n"
"extern int free(void*);\n"
"extern int exit(void*);";
};
/*
* Fix various macros used to define ioctl numbers.
* The traditional syntax was:
*
* #define _IO(n, x) (('n'<<8)+x)
* #define TIOCFOO _IO(T, 1)
*
* but this does not work with the C standard, which disallows macro
* expansion inside strings. We have to rewrite it thus:
*
* #define _IO(n, x) ((n<<8)+x)
* #define TIOCFOO _IO('T', 1)
*
* The select expressions match too much, but the c_fix code is cautious.
*
* _IO might be: _IO DESIO BSD43__IO with W, R, WR, C, ... suffixes.
*/
fix = {
hackname = io_quotes_def;
select = "define[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+IO[A-Z]*\\([a-zA-Z][,)]";
c_fix = char_macro_def;
c_fix_arg = "IO";
test_text =
"#define BSD43__IOWR(n, x) (('n'<<8)+x)\n"
"#define _IOWN(x,y,t) (_IOC_IN|(((t)&_IOCPARM_MASK)<<16)|('x'<<8)|y)\n"
"#define _IO(x,y) ('x'<<8|y)";
test_text =
"#define XX_IO(x) ('x'<<8|256)";
};
fix = {
hackname = io_quotes_use;
select = "define[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+[ \t]+[A-Z0-9_]+IO[A-Z]*[ \t]*"
"\\( *[^,']";
c_fix = char_macro_use;
c_fix_arg = "IO";
test_text = "#define TIOCFOO BSD43__IOWR(T, 1)\n"
"#define TIOCFOO \\\\\n"
"BSD43__IOWR(T, 1) /* Some are multi-line */";
};
/*
* Check for missing ';' in struct
*/
fix = {
hackname = ip_missing_semi;
files = netinet/ip.h;
select = "}$";
sed = "/^struct/,/^};/s/}$/};/";
test_text=
"struct mumble {\n"
" union {\n"
" int x;\n"
" }\n"
"}; /* mumbled struct */\n";
};
/*
* IRIX 6.5.1[89] <internal/sgimacros.h> unconditionally defines
* __restrict as restrict iff __c99. This is wrong for C++, which
* needs many C99 features, but only supports __restrict.
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix___restrict;
files = internal/sgimacros.h;
select = "(#ifdef __c99\n)(#[ \t]*define __restrict restrict)";
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1"
"# ifndef __cplusplus\n%2\n# endif";
test_text = "#ifdef __c99\n# define __restrict restrict";
};
/*
* IRIX 6.5.22 <internal/math_core.h> uses the SGI c99 __generic() intrinsic
* to define the fpclasify, isfinite, isinf, isnan, isnormal and signbit
* functions.
*
* This was probably introduced around IRIX 6.5.18
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix___generic1;
files = internal/math_core.h;
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
select = "#define ([a-z]+)\\(x\\) *__generic.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern int %1(double);\n"
"extern int %1f(float);\n"
"extern int %1l(long double);\n"
"#define %1(x) (sizeof(x) == sizeof(double) ? _%1(x) \\\n"
" : sizeof(x) == sizeof(float) ? _%1f(x) \\\n"
" : _%1l(x))\n";
test_text =
"#define isnan(x) __generic(x,,, _isnan, _isnanf, _isnanl,,,)(x)\n";
};
/* Likewise <internal/math_core.h> on IRIX 6.5.19 and later uses the SGI
compiler's __generic intrinsic to define isgreater, isgreaterequal,
isless, islessequal, islessgreater and isunordered functions. */
fix = {
hackname = irix___generic2;
files = internal/math_core.h;
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
select = "#define ([a-z]+)\\(x,y\\) *__generic.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define %1(x,y) \\\n"
" ((sizeof(x)<=4 && sizeof(y)<=4) ? _%1f(x,y) \\\n"
" : (sizeof(x)<=8 && sizeof(y)<=8) ? _%1(x,y) \\\n"
" : _%1l(x,y))\n";
test_text =
"#define isless(x,y) __generic(x,y,, _isless, _islessf, _islessl,,,)(x,y)";
};
/*
* IRIX 5.2's <sys/asm.h> contains an asm comment with a contraction
* that causes the assembly preprocessor to complain about an
* unterminated character constant.
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix_asm_apostrophe;
files = sys/asm.h;
select = "^[ \t]*#.*[Ww]e're";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 are";
c_fix_arg = "^([ \t]*#.*[Ww]e)'re";
test_text = "\t# and we're on vacation";
};
/*
* Non-traditional "const" declaration in Irix's limits.h.
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix_limits_const;
files = fixinc-test-limits.h, limits.h;
select = "^extern const ";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern __const ";
test_text = "extern const char limit; /* test limits */";
};
/*
* IRIX 6.5.1[78] <sys/socket.h> has a broken definition of socklen_t.
* Various socket function prototypes use different types instead,
* depending on the API in use (BSD, XPG4/5), but the socklen_t
* definition doesn't reflect this (SGI Bug Id 864477, fixed in
* IRIX 6.5.19).
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix_socklen_t;
files = sys/socket.h;
select = "(#define _SOCKLEN_T\n)(typedef u_int32_t socklen_t;)";
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1"
"#if _NO_XOPEN4 && _NO_XOPEN5\n"
"typedef int socklen_t;\n"
"#else\n"
"%2\n"
"#endif /* _NO_XOPEN4 && _NO_XOPEN5 */";
test_text = "#define _SOCKLEN_T\ntypedef u_int32_t socklen_t;";
};
/*
* IRIX 6.5 <stdint.h> only works with ISO C99 and errors out
* otherwise.
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix_stdint_c99;
files = stdint.h;
select = "(#ifndef __c99\n)(#error This header file is to be used only for c99 mode compilations)";
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if 0\n"
"%2";
test_text =
"#ifndef __c99\n#error This header file is to be used only for c99 mode compilations\n#else";
};
/*
* IRIX 5.x's stdio.h and IRIX 6.5's internal/stdio_core.h declare
* some functions that take a va_list as
* taking char *. However, GCC uses void * for va_list, so
* calling vfprintf with a va_list fails in C++. */
fix = {
hackname = irix_stdio_va_list;
files = stdio.h;
files = internal/stdio_core.h;
select = '/\* va_list \*/ char \*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "__gnuc_va_list";
test_text =
"extern int printf( const char *, /* va_list */ char * );";
};
/*
* IRIX 6.5.19 <internal/wchar_core.h> provides the XPG4 variant of
* wcsftime by default. ISO C99 requires the XPG5 variant instead.
*/
fix = {
hackname = irix_wcsftime;
files = internal/wchar_core.h;
select = "#if _NO_XOPEN5\n(extern size_t[ \t]+wcsftime.*const char \*.*)";
mach = "mips-sgi-irix6.5";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if _NO_XOPEN5 && !defined(__c99)\n%1";
test_text = "#if _NO_XOPEN5\n"
"extern size_t wcsftime(wchar_t *, "
"__SGI_LIBC_NAMESPACE_QUALIFIER size_t, const char *, "
"const struct tm *);";
};
/*
* Fixing ISC fmod declaration
*/
fix = {
hackname = isc_fmod;
files = math.h;
select = 'fmod\(double\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "fmod(double, double)";
test_text = "extern double fmod(double);";
};
/*
* On Interactive Unix 2.2, certain traditional Unix definitions
* (notably getc and putc in stdio.h) are omitted if __STDC__ is
* defined, not just if _POSIX_SOURCE is defined. This makes it
* impossible to compile any nontrivial program except with -posix.
*/
fix = {
hackname = isc_omits_with_stdc;
files = "stdio.h";
files = "math.h";
files = "ctype.h";
files = "sys/limits.h";
files = "sys/fcntl.h";
files = "sys/dirent.h";
select = '!defined\(__STDC__\) && !defined\(_POSIX_SOURCE\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '!defined(_POSIX_SOURCE)';
test_text = "#if !defined(__STDC__) && !defined(_POSIX_SOURCE) /* ? ! */"
"\nint foo;\n#endif";
};
/*
* These files in Sun OS 4.x and ARM/RISCiX and BSD4.3
* use / * * / to concatenate tokens.
*/
fix = {
hackname = kandr_concat;
files = "sparc/asm_linkage.h";
files = "sun*/asm_linkage.h";
files = "arm/as_support.h";
files = "arm/mc_type.h";
files = "arm/xcb.h";
files = "dev/chardefmac.h";
files = "dev/ps_irq.h";
files = "dev/screen.h";
files = "dev/scsi.h";
files = "sys/tty.h";
files = "Xm.acorn/XmP.h";
files = bsd43/bsd43_.h;
select = '/\*\*/';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = '##';
test_text = "#define __CONCAT__(a,b) a/**/b";
};
/* The /usr/include/sys/ucontext.h on ia64-*linux-gnu systems defines
* an _SC_GR0_OFFSET macro using an idiom that isn't a compile time
* constant on recent versions of g++.
*/
fix = {
hackname = linux_ia64_ucontext;
files = "sys/ucontext.h";
mach = "ia64-*-linux*";
select = '\(\(\(char \*\) &\(\(struct sigcontext \*\) 0\)'
'->sc_gr\[0\]\) - \(char \*\) 0\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "__builtin_offsetof \(struct sigcontext, sc_gr[0]\)";
test_text = "# define _SC_GR0_OFFSET\t\\\\\n"
"\t(((char *) &((struct sigcontext *) 0)->sc_gr[0]) - (char *) 0)\n";
};
/*
* Remove header file warning from sys/time.h. Autoconf's
* AC_HEADER_TIME recommends to include both sys/time.h and time.h
* which causes warning on LynxOS. Remove the warning.
*/
fix = {
hackname = lynxos_no_warning_in_sys_time_h;
files = sys/time.h;
select = "#warning[ \t]+Using <time.h> instead of <sys/time.h>";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "";
test_text = "#warning Using <time.h> instead of <sys/time.h>";
};
/*
* Add missing declaration for putenv.
*/
fix = {
hackname = lynxos_missing_putenv;
mach = '*-*-lynxos*';
files = stdlib.h;
bypass = 'putenv[ \t]*\\(';
select = "extern char \\*getenv[ \t]*_AP\\(\\(const char \\*\\)\\);";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0\n"
"extern int putenv _AP((char *));";
c_fix_arg = "extern char \\*getenv[ \t]*_AP\\(\\(const char \\*\\)\\);";
test_text = "extern char *getenv _AP((const char *));";
};
/*
* Fix BSD machine/ansi.h to use __builtin_va_list to define _BSD_VA_LIST_.
*
* On NetBSD, machine is a symbolic link to an architecture specific
* directory name, so we can't match a specific file name here.
*/
fix = {
hackname = machine_ansi_h_va_list;
select = "define[ \t]+_BSD_VA_LIST_[ \t]";
bypass = '__builtin_va_list';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1__builtin_va_list";
c_fix_arg = "(define[ \t]+_BSD_VA_LIST_[ \t]+).*";
test_text = " # define _BSD_VA_LIST_\tchar**";
};
/*
* Fix non-ansi machine name defines
*/
fix = {
hackname = machine_name;
c_test = machine_name;
c_fix = machine_name;
test_text = "/* MACH_DIFF: */\n"
"#if defined( i386 ) || defined( sparc ) || defined( vax )"
"\n/* no uniform test, so be careful :-) */";
};
/*
* Some math.h files define struct exception (it's in the System V
* Interface Definition), which conflicts with the class exception defined
* in the C++ file std/stdexcept.h. We redefine it to __math_exception.
* This is not a great fix, but I haven't been able to think of anything
* better. Note that we have to put the #ifdef/#endif blocks at beginning
* and end of file, because fixproto runs after us and may insert
* additional references to struct exception.
*/
fix = {
hackname = math_exception;
files = math.h;
select = "struct exception";
/*
* This should be bypassed on __cplusplus, but some supposedly C++ C++
* aware headers, such as Solaris 8 and 9, don't wrap their struct
* exception either. So currently we bypass only for glibc, based on a
* comment in the fixed glibc header. Ick.
*/
bypass = 'We have a problem when using C\+\+|for C\+\+, '
'_[a-z0-9A-Z_]+_exception; for C, exception';
c_fix = wrap;
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"#define exception __math_exception\n"
"#endif\n";
c_fix_arg = "#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"#undef exception\n"
"#endif\n";
test_text = "typedef struct exception t_math_exception;";
};
/*
* This looks pretty broken to me. ``dbl_max_def'' will contain
* "define DBL_MAX " at the start, when what we really want is just
* the value portion. Can't figure out how to write a test case
* for this either :-(
*/
fix = {
hackname = math_huge_val_from_dbl_max;
files = math.h;
/*
* IF HUGE_VAL is defined to be DBL_MAX *and* DBL_MAX is _not_ defined
* in math.h, this fix applies.
*/
select = "define[ \t]+HUGE_VAL[ \t]+DBL_MAX";
bypass = "define[ \t]+DBL_MAX";
shell =
/*
* See if we have a definition for DBL_MAX in float.h.
* If we do, we will replace the one in math.h with that one.
*/
"\tdbl_max_def=`egrep 'define[ \t]+DBL_MAX[ \t]+.*' float.h "
"| sed 's/.*DBL_MAX[ \t]*//' 2>/dev/null`\n\n"
"\tif ( test -n \"${dbl_max_def}\" ) > /dev/null 2>&1\n"
"\tthen sed -e '/define[ \t]*HUGE_VAL[ \t]*DBL_MAX/"
"s@DBL_MAX@'\"$dbl_max_def@\"\n"
"\telse cat\n"
"\tfi";
test_text =
"`echo '#define DBL_MAX\t3.1415e+9 /* really big */' >> float.h`\n"
"#define HUGE_VAL DBL_MAX";
};
/*
* nested comment
*/
fix = {
hackname = nested_auth_des;
files = rpc/rpc.h;
select = '(/\*.*rpc/auth_des\.h>.*)/\*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1*/ /*";
test_text = "/*#include <rpc/auth_des.h> /* skip this */";
};
/*
* Fixing nested comments in ISC <sys/limits.h>
*/
fix = {
hackname = nested_sys_limits;
files = sys/limits.h;
select = CHILD_MAX;
sed = "/CHILD_MAX/s,/\\* Max, Max,";
sed = "/OPEN_MAX/s,/\\* Max, Max,";
test_text = "/*\n#define CHILD_MAX 20 /* Max, Max, ... */ /*\n"
"#define OPEN_MAX 20 /* Max, Max, ... */\n";
};
/*
* Some versions of NetBSD don't expect the C99 inline semantics.
*/
fix = {
hackname = netbsd_c99_inline_1;
mach = "*-*-netbsd*";
files = signal.h;
select = "extern __inline int";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern\n"
"#ifdef __GNUC_STDC_INLINE__\n"
"__attribute__((__gnu_inline__))\n"
"#endif\n"
"__inline int";
test_text = "extern __inline int\nsigaddset(sigset_t *set, int signo)\n{}";
};
fix = {
hackname = netbsd_c99_inline_2;
mach = "*-*-netbsd*";
files = signal.h;
select = "#define _SIGINLINE extern __inline";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = <<- _EOArg_
#ifdef __GNUC_STDC_INLINE__
#define _SIGINLINE extern __attribute__((__gnu_inline__)) __inline
#else
%0
#endif
_EOArg_;
test_text = "#define _SIGINLINE extern __inline";
};
/*
* NetBSD has a semicolon after the ending '}' for some extern "C".
*/
fix = {
hackname = netbsd_extra_semicolon;
mach = "*-*-netbsd*";
files = sys/cdefs.h;
select = "#define[ \t]*__END_DECLS[ \t]*};";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define __END_DECLS }";
test_text = "#define __END_DECLS };";
};
/*
* NeXT 3.2 adds const prefix to some math functions.
* These conflict with the built-in functions.
*/
fix = {
hackname = next_math_prefix;
files = ansi/math.h;
select = "^extern[ \t]+double[ \t]+__const__[ \t]";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern double %1(";
c_fix_arg = "^extern[ \t]+double[ \t]+__const__[ \t]+([a-z]+)\\(";
test_text = "extern\tdouble\t__const__\tmumble();";
};
/*
* NeXT 3.2 uses the word "template" as a parameter for some
* functions. GCC reports an invalid use of a reserved key word
* with the built-in functions.
*/
fix = {
hackname = next_template;
files = bsd/libc.h;
select = "[ \t]template\\)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "(%1)";
c_fix_arg = "\\(([^)]*)[ \t]template\\)";
test_text = "extern mumble( char * template); /* fix */";
};
/*
* NeXT 3.2 includes the keyword volatile in the abort() and exit()
* function prototypes. That conflicts with the built-in functions.
*/
fix = {
hackname = next_volitile;
files = ansi/stdlib.h;
select = "^extern[ \t]+volatile[ \t]+void[ \t]";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern void %1(";
c_fix_arg = "^extern[ \t]+volatile[ \t]+void[ \t]+(exit|abort)\\(";
test_text = "extern\tvolatile\tvoid\tabort();";
};
/*
* NeXT 2.0 defines 'int wait(union wait*)', which conflicts with Posix.1.
* Note that version 3 of the NeXT system has wait.h in a different directory,
* so that this code won't do anything. But wait.h in version 3 has a
* conditional, so it doesn't need this fix. So everything is okay.
*/
fix = {
hackname = next_wait_union;
files = sys/wait.h;
select = 'wait\(union wait';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "wait(void";
test_text = "extern pid_d wait(union wait*);";
};
/*
* a missing semi-colon at the end of the nodeent structure definition.
*/
fix = {
hackname = nodeent_syntax;
files = netdnet/dnetdb.h;
select = "char[ \t]*\\*na_addr[ \t]*$";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0;";
test_text = "char *na_addr\t";
};
/*
* Fix OpenBSD's NULL definition.
*/
fix = {
hackname = openbsd_null_definition;
mach = "*-*-openbsd*";
files = locale.h, stddef.h, stdio.h, string.h,
time.h, unistd.h, wchar.h, sys/param.h;
select = "__GNUG__";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef NULL\n"
"#ifdef __cplusplus\n"
"#ifdef __GNUG__\n"
"#define NULL\t__null\n"
"#else\t /* ! __GNUG__ */\n"
"#define NULL\t0L\n"
"#endif\t /* __GNUG__ */\n"
"#else\t /* ! __cplusplus */\n"
"#define NULL\t((void *)0)\n"
"#endif\t /* __cplusplus */\n"
"#endif\t /* !NULL */";
c_fix_arg = "^#ifndef[ \t]*NULL\n"
"^#ifdef[ \t]*__GNUG__\n"
"^#define[ \t]*NULL[ \t]*__null\n"
"^#else\n"
"^#define[ \t]*NULL[ \t]*0L\n"
"^#endif\n"
"^#endif";
test_text =
"#ifndef NULL\n"
"#ifdef __GNUG__\n"
"#define NULL __null\n"
"#else\n"
"#define NULL 0L\n"
"#endif\n"
"#endif\n";
};
/*
* obstack.h used casts as lvalues.
*
* We need to change postincrements of casted pointers (which are
* then dereferenced and assigned into) of the form
*
* *((TYPE*)PTRVAR)++ = (VALUE)
*
* into expressions like
*
* ((*((TYPE*)PTRVAR) = (VALUE)), (PTRVAR += sizeof (TYPE)))
*
* which is correct for the cases used in obstack.h since PTRVAR is
* of type char * and the value of the expression is not used.
*/
fix = {
hackname = obstack_lvalue_cast;
files = obstack.h;
select = '\*\(\(([^()]*)\*\)(.*)\)\+\+ = \(([^()]*)\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "((*((%1*)%2) = (%3)), (%2 += sizeof (%1)))";
test_text = "*((void **) (h)->next_free)++ = (aptr)";
};
/*
* Fix OpenBSD's va_start define.
*/
fix = {
hackname = openbsd_va_start;
mach = "*-*-openbsd*";
files = stdarg.h;
select = '__builtin_stdarg_start';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = __builtin_va_start;
test_text = "#define va_start(v,l) __builtin_stdarg_start((v),l)";
};
/*
* sys/lc_core.h on some versions of OSF1/4.x pollutes the namespace by
* defining regex.h related types. This causes libg++ build and usage
* failures. Fixing this correctly requires checking and modifying 3 files.
*/
fix = {
hackname = osf_namespace_a;
files = reg_types.h;
files = sys/lc_core.h;
test = " -r reg_types.h";
test = " -r sys/lc_core.h";
test = " -n \"`grep '} regex_t;' reg_types.h`\"";
test = " -z \"`grep __regex_t regex.h`\"";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "__%0";
c_fix_arg = "reg(ex|off|match)_t";
test_text = "`touch sys/lc_core.h`"
"typedef struct {\n int stuff, mo_suff;\n} regex_t;\n"
"extern regex_t re;\n"
"extern regoff_t ro;\n"
"extern regmatch_t rm;\n";
};
fix = {
hackname = osf_namespace_c;
files = regex.h;
test = " -r reg_types.h";
test = " -r sys/lc_core.h";
test = " -n \"`grep '} regex_t;' reg_types.h`\"";
test = " -z \"`grep __regex_t regex.h`\"";
select = "#include <reg_types\.h>.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%0\n"
"typedef __regex_t\tregex_t;\n"
"typedef __regoff_t\tregoff_t;\n"
"typedef __regmatch_t\tregmatch_t;";
test_text = "#include <reg_types.h>";
};
/*
* Fix __page_size* declarations in pthread.h AIX 4.1.[34].
* The original ones fail if uninitialized externs are not common.
* This is the default for all ANSI standard C++ compilers.
*/
fix = {
hackname = pthread_page_size;
files = pthread.h;
select = "^int __page_size";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern %0";
test_text = "int __page_size;";
};
/*
* On broken glibc-2.3.3 systems an array of incomplete structures is
* passed to __sigsetjmp. Fix that to take a pointer instead.
*/
fix = {
hackname = pthread_incomplete_struct_argument;
files = pthread.h;
select = "struct __jmp_buf_tag";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1 *%2%3";
c_fix_arg = "^(extern int __sigsetjmp \\(struct __jmp_buf_tag) (__env)\\[1\\](.*)$";
test_text = "extern int __sigsetjmp (struct __jmp_buf_tag __env[1], int __savemask);";
};
/*
* Fix return type of fread and fwrite on sysV68
*/
fix = {
hackname = read_ret_type;
files = stdio.h;
select = "extern int\t.*, fread\\(\\), fwrite\\(\\)";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "extern unsigned int fread(), fwrite();\n%1%2";
c_fix_arg = "(extern int\t.*), fread\\(\\), fwrite\\(\\)(.*)";
test_text = "extern int\tfclose(), fflush(), fread(), fwrite(), foo();";
};
/*
* Fix casts as lvalues in glibc's <rpc/xdr.h>.
*/
fix = {
hackname = rpc_xdr_lvalue_cast_a;
files = rpc/xdr.h;
select = "#define[ \t]*IXDR_GET_LONG.*\\\\\n.*__extension__.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define IXDR_GET_LONG(buf) ((long)IXDR_GET_U_INT32(buf))";
test_text = "#define IXDR_GET_LONG(buf) \\\\\n"
"\t((long)ntohl((u_long)*__extension__((u_int32_t*)(buf))++))";
};
fix = {
hackname = rpc_xdr_lvalue_cast_b;
files = rpc/xdr.h;
select = "#define[ \t]*IXDR_PUT_LONG.*\\\\\n.*__extension__.*";
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define IXDR_PUT_LONG(buf, v) ((long)IXDR_PUT_INT32(buf, (long)(v)))";
test_text = "#define IXDR_PUT_LONG(buf, v) \\\\\n"
"\t(*__extension__((u_int32_t*)(buf))++ = (long)htonl((u_long)(v)))";
};
/*
* function class(double x) conflicts with C++ keyword on rs/6000
*/
fix = {
hackname = rs6000_double;
files = math.h;
select = '[^a-zA-Z_]class\(';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#ifndef __cplusplus\n%0\n#endif";
c_fix_arg = '^.*[^a-zA-Z_]class\(.*';
test_text = "extern int class();";
};
/*
* Wrong fchmod prototype on RS/6000.
*/
fix = {
hackname = rs6000_fchmod;
files = sys/stat.h;
select = 'fchmod\(char \*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "fchmod(int";
test_text = "extern int fchmod(char *, mode_t);";
};
/*
* parameters conflict with C++ new on rs/6000
*/
fix = {
hackname = rs6000_param;
files = "stdio.h";
files = "unistd.h";
select = 'rename\(const char \*old, const char \*new\)';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = 'rename(const char *_old, const char *_new)';
test_text = 'extern int rename(const char *old, const char *new);';
};
/*
* On OpenServer and on UnixWare 7, <math.h> uses the native compiler
* __builtin_generic. We fix that usage to use the GCC equivalent.
* It also has a plethora of inline functions that conflict with libstdc++.
*/
fix = {
hackname = sco_math;
files = math.h, '*/math.h';
select = "inline double abs";
bypass = "__GNUG__";
sed = "/#define.*__fp_class(a) \\\\/i\\\n"
"#ifndef __GNUC__\n";
sed =
"/.*__builtin_generic/a\\\n"
"#else\\\n"
"#define __fp_class(a) \\\\\\\n"
" __builtin_choose_expr(__builtin_types_compatible_p(typeof(a),long double),\\\\\\\n"
" __fpclassifyl(a), \\\\\\\n"
" __builtin_choose_expr(__builtin_types_compatible_p(typeof(a), float), \\\\\\\n"
" __fpclassifyf(a),__fpclassify(a)))\\\n"
"#endif";
sed = "/extern \"C\\+\\+\"/N;"
"/inline double abs/i\\\n"
"#ifndef __GNUC__\n";
sed = "/inline long double trunc/N;"
"/inline long double trunc.*}.*extern \"C\\+\\+\"/a\\\n"
"#endif /* ! __GNUC__ */";
test_text =
"#define __fp_class(a) \\\\\n"
" __builtin_generic(a,\"ld:__fplcassifyl;f:__fpclassifyf;:__fpclassify\")\n";
};
/*
* Sun Solaris 10 defines several C99 math macros in terms of
* builtins specific to the Studio compiler, in particular not
* compatible with the GNU compiler.
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_1;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tHUGE_VA%1\t(__builtin_huge_va%2())";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+HUGE_VA([LF]+)[ \t]+__builtin_huge_va([lf]+)";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef HUGE_VAL\n"
"#define HUGE_VAL __builtin_huge_val\n"
"#undef HUGE_VALF\n"
"#define HUGE_VALF __builtin_huge_valf\n"
"#undef HUGE_VALL\n"
"#define HUGE_VALL __builtin_huge_vall";
};
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_2;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tINFINITY\t(__builtin_inff())";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+INFINITY[ \t]+__builtin_infinity";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef INFINITY\n"
"#define INFINITY __builtin_infinity";
};
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_3;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tNAN\t\t(__builtin_nanf(\"\"))";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+NAN[ \t]+__builtin_nan";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef NAN\n"
"#define NAN __builtin_nan";
};
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_4;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tfpclassify(x) \\\n"
" __builtin_fpclassify(FP_NAN, FP_INFINITE, FP_NORMAL, FP_SUBNORMAL, FP_ZERO, (x))";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+fpclassify\\(x\\)[ \t]+__builtin_fpclassify\\(x\\)";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef fpclassify\n"
"#define fpclassify(x) __builtin_fpclassify(x)";
};
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_8;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tsignbit(x)\t(sizeof(x) == sizeof(float) \\\n"
"\t\t\t ? __builtin_signbitf(x) \\\n"
"\t\t\t : sizeof(x) == sizeof(long double) \\\n"
"\t\t\t ? __builtin_signbitl(x) \\\n"
"\t\t\t : __builtin_signbit(x))";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+signbit\\(x\\)[ \t]+__builtin_signbit\\(x\\)";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef signbit\n"
"#define signbit(x) __builtin_signbit(x)";
};
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_9;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
bypass = "__GNUC__";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\t%1(x, y)%2__builtin_%1(x, y)";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+([a-z]+)\\(x, y\\)([ \t]+)\\(\\(x\\) __builtin_[a-z]+\\(y\\)\\)";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.9 04/11/01 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef isgreater\n"
"#define isgreater(x, y) ((x) __builtin_isgreater(y))\n"
"#undef isgreaterequal\n"
"#define isgreaterequal(x, y) ((x) __builtin_isgreaterequal(y))\n"
"#undef isless\n"
"#define isless(x, y) ((x) __builtin_isless(y))\n"
"#undef islessequal\n"
"#define islessequal(x, y) ((x) __builtin_islessequal(y))\n"
"#undef islessgreater\n"
"#define islessgreater(x, y) ((x) __builtin_islessgreater(y))\n"
"#undef isunordered\n"
"#define isunordered(x, y) ((x) __builtin_isunordered(y))";
};
/*
* On Solaris 11, if you do isinf(NaN) you'll get a floating point
* exception. Provide an alternative using GCC's builtin.
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_math_10;
select = '@\(#\)math_c99.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
files = iso/math_c99.h;
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#define\tisinf(x) __builtin_isinf(x)";
c_fix_arg = "^#define[ \t]+isinf\\(x\\)[ \t]+__extension__\\([ \t]*\\\\\n"
"[ \t]*\\{[ \t]*__typeof\\(x\\)[ \t]*__x_i[ \t]*=[ \t]*\\(x\\);[ \t]*\\\\\n"
"[ \t]*__x_i[ \t]*==[ \t]*\\(__typeof\\(__x_i\\)\\)[ \t]*INFINITY[ \t]*\\|\\|[ \t]*\\\\\n"
"[ \t]*__x_i[ \t]*==[ \t]*\\(__typeof\\(__x_i\\)\\)[ \t]*\\(-INFINITY\\);[ \t]*\\}\\)";
test_text =
'#pragma ident "@(#)math_c99.h 1.12 07/01/21 SMI"'"\n"
"#undef isinf\n"
"#define isinf(x) __extension__( \\\\\n"
" { __typeof(x) __x_i = (x); \\\\\n"
" __x_i == (__typeof(__x_i)) INFINITY || \\\\\n"
" __x_i == (__typeof(__x_i)) (-INFINITY); })";
};
/*
* Sun Solaris defines PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER with a trailing
* "0" for the last field of the pthread_mutex_t structure, which is
* of type upad64_t, which itself is typedef'd to int64_t, but with
* __STDC__ defined (e.g. by -ansi) it is a union. So change the
* initializer to "{0}" instead
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_mutex_init_2;
select = '@\(#\)pthread.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
files = pthread.h;
/*
* On Solaris 10, this fix is unnecessary because upad64_t is
* always defined correctly regardless of the definition of the
* __STDC__ macro. The first "mach" pattern matches up to
* solaris9. The second "mach" pattern will not match any two (or
* more) digit solaris version, but it will match e.g. 2.5.1.
*/
mach = '*-*-solaris2.[0-9]', '*-*-solaris2.[0-9][!0-9]*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if __STDC__ - 0 == 0 && !defined(_NO_LONGLONG)\n"
"%0\n"
"#else\n"
"%1, {0}}%4\n"
"#endif";
c_fix_arg = "(^#define[ \t]+PTHREAD_(MUTEX|COND)_INITIALIZER[ \t]+"
"(|/\*.*\*/[ \t]*\\\\\n[ \t]*)\\{.*)"
",[ \t]*0\\}" "(|[ \t].*)$";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)pthread.h 1.26 98/04/12 SMI"'"\n"
"#define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER\t{{{0},0}, {{{0}}}, 0}\n"
"#define PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER\t{{{0}, 0}, 0}\t/* DEFAULTCV */\n"
"#define PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER /* = DEFAULTMUTEX */ \\\\\n"
" {{0, 0, 0, DEFAULT_TYPE, _MUTEX_MAGIC}, {{{0}}}, 0}\n"
"#define PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER /* = DEFAULTCV */ \\\\\n"
" {{{0, 0, 0, 0}, DEFAULT_TYPE, _COND_MAGIC}, 0}";
};
/*
* Sun Solaris defines PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER with a "0" for some
* fields of the pthread_rwlock_t structure, which are of type
* upad64_t, which itself is typedef'd to int64_t, but with __STDC__
* defined (e.g. by -ansi) it is a union. So change the initializer
* to "{0}" instead.
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_rwlock_init_1;
select = '@\(#\)pthread.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
files = pthread.h;
mach = '*-*-solaris*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if __STDC__ - 0 == 0 && !defined(_NO_LONGLONG)\n"
"%0\n"
"#else\n"
"%1{0, 0, 0, {{0}, {0}, {0}}, {{0}, {0}}, {{0}, {0}}}\n"
"#endif";
c_fix_arg = "(^#define[ \t]+PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER[ \t]+)"
"\\{0, 0, 0, \\{0, 0, 0\\}, \\{0, 0\\}, \\{0, 0\\}\\}[ \t]*$";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)pthread.h 1.26 98/04/12 SMI"'"\n"
"#define PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER\t{0, 0, 0, {0, 0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}";
};
/*
* Sun Solaris defines PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT as an array containing a
* structure. As such, it need two levels of brackets, but only
* contains one. Wrap the macro definition in an extra layer.
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_once_init_1;
select = '@\(#\)pthread.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
files = pthread.h;
mach = '*-*-solaris*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "%1{%2}%3";
c_fix_arg = "(^#define[ \t]+PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT[ \t]+\\{)([^}]+)(\\})[ \t]*$";
test_text =
'#pragma ident "@(#)pthread.h 1.37 04/09/28 SMI"'"\n"
"#define PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT\t{0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_ONCE_NOTDONE}";
};
/*
* Sun Solaris defines PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT with a "0" for some
* fields of the pthread_once_t structure, which are of type
* upad64_t, which itself is typedef'd to int64_t, but with __STDC__
* defined (e.g. by -ansi) it is a union. So change the initializer
* to "{0}" instead. This test relies on solaris_once_init_1.
*/
fix = {
hackname = solaris_once_init_2;
select = '@\(#\)pthread.h' "[ \t]+1.[0-9]+[ \t]+[0-9/]+ SMI";
files = pthread.h;
/*
* On Solaris 10, this fix is unnecessary because upad64_t is
* always defined correctly regardless of the definition of the
* __STDC__ macro. The first "mach" pattern matches up to
* solaris9. The second "mach" pattern will not match any two (or
* more) digit solaris version, but it will match e.g. 2.5.1.
*/
mach = '*-*-solaris2.[0-9]', '*-*-solaris2.[0-9][!0-9]*';
c_fix = format;
c_fix_arg = "#if __STDC__ - 0 == 0 && !defined(_NO_LONGLONG)\n"
"%0\n"
"#else\n"
"%1{0}, {0}, {0}, {%3}%4\n"
"#endif";
c_fix_arg = "(^#define[ \t]+PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT[ \t]+\\{\\{)"
"(0, 0, 0, )(PTHREAD_[A-Z_]+)(\\}\\})[ \t]*$";
test_text =
'#ident "@(#)pthread.h 1.26 98/04/12 SMI"'"\n"
"#define PTHREAD_ONCE_INIT\t{{0, 0, 0, PTHREAD_ONCE_NOTDONE}}\n";
};