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/*--- Command line options. pub_tool_options.h ---*/
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/*
This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
framework.
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Julian Seward
jseward@acm.org
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
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Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
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The GNU General Public License is contained in the file COPYING.
*/
#ifndef __PUB_TOOL_OPTIONS_H
#define __PUB_TOOL_OPTIONS_H
#include "pub_tool_basics.h" // for VG_ macro
#include "libvex.h" // for VexControl
// Higher-level command-line option recognisers; use in if/else chains.
// Note that they assign a value to the 'qq_var' argument. So often they
// can be used like this:
//
// if VG_STR_CLO(arg, "--foo", clo_foo) { }
//
// But if you want to do further checking or processing, you can do this:
//
// if VG_STR_CLO(arg, "--foo", clo_foo) { <further checking or processing> }
//
// They use GNU statement expressions to do the qq_var assignment within a
// conditional expression.
// String argument, eg. --foo=yes or --foo=no
#define VG_BOOL_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var) \
(VG_STREQN(VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1, qq_arg, qq_option"=") && \
({ \
const HChar* val = &(qq_arg)[ VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1 ]; \
if VG_STREQ(val, "yes") (qq_var) = True; \
else if VG_STREQ(val, "no") (qq_var) = False; \
else VG_(fmsg_bad_option)(qq_arg, "Invalid boolean value '%s'" \
" (should be 'yes' or 'no')\n", val); \
True; \
}) \
)
// String argument, eg. --foo=bar
#define VG_STR_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var) \
(VG_STREQN(VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1, qq_arg, qq_option"=") && \
({ \
const HChar* val = &(qq_arg)[ VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1 ]; \
(qq_var) = val; \
True; \
}) \
)
// Unbounded integer arg, eg. --foo=10
#define VG_INT_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var) \
(VG_STREQN(VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1, qq_arg, qq_option"=") && \
({ \
const HChar* val = &(qq_arg)[ VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1 ]; \
HChar* s; \
Long n = VG_(strtoll10)( val, &s ); \
(qq_var) = n; \
/* Check for non-numeralness, or overflow. */ \
if ('\0' != s[0] || (qq_var) != n) VG_(fmsg_bad_option)(qq_arg, ""); \
True; \
}) \
)
// Bounded integer arg, eg. --foo=10 ; if the value exceeds the bounds it
// causes an abort. 'qq_base' can be 10 or 16.
#define VG_BINTN_CLO(qq_base, qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var, qq_lo, qq_hi) \
(VG_STREQN(VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1, qq_arg, qq_option"=") && \
({ \
const HChar* val = &(qq_arg)[ VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1 ]; \
HChar* s; \
Long n = VG_(strtoll##qq_base)( val, &s ); \
(qq_var) = n; \
/* MMM: separate the two cases, and explain the problem; likewise */ \
/* for all the other macros in this file. */ \
/* Check for non-numeralness, or overflow. */ \
/* Nb: it will overflow if qq_var is unsigned and qq_val is negative! */ \
if ('\0' != s[0] || (qq_var) != n) VG_(fmsg_bad_option)(qq_arg, ""); \
/* Check bounds. */ \
if ((qq_var) < (qq_lo) || (qq_var) > (qq_hi)) { \
VG_(fmsg_bad_option)(qq_arg, \
"'%s' argument must be between %lld and %lld\n", \
(qq_option), (Long)(qq_lo), (Long)(qq_hi)); \
} \
True; \
}) \
)
// Bounded decimal integer arg, eg. --foo=100
#define VG_BINT_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var, qq_lo, qq_hi) \
VG_BINTN_CLO(10, (qq_arg), qq_option, (qq_var), (qq_lo), (qq_hi))
// Bounded hexadecimal integer arg, eg. --foo=0x1fa8
#define VG_BHEX_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var, qq_lo, qq_hi) \
VG_BINTN_CLO(16, (qq_arg), qq_option, (qq_var), (qq_lo), (qq_hi))
// Double (decimal) arg, eg. --foo=4.6
// XXX: there's not VG_BDBL_CLO because we don't have a good way of printing
// floats at the moment!
#define VG_DBL_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var) \
(VG_STREQN(VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1, qq_arg, qq_option"=") && \
({ \
const HChar* val = &(qq_arg)[ VG_(strlen)(qq_option)+1 ]; \
HChar* s; \
double n = VG_(strtod)( val, &s ); \
(qq_var) = n; \
/* Check for non-numeralness */ \
if ('\0' != s[0]) VG_(fmsg_bad_option)(qq_arg, ""); \
True; \
}) \
)
// Arg whose value is denoted by the exact presence of the given string;
// if it matches, qq_var is assigned the value in qq_val.
#define VG_XACT_CLO(qq_arg, qq_option, qq_var, qq_val) \
(VG_STREQ((qq_arg), (qq_option)) && \
({ \
(qq_var) = (qq_val); \
True; \
}) \
)
/* Verbosity level: 0 = silent, 1 (default), > 1 = more verbose. */
extern Int VG_(clo_verbosity);
/* Show tool and core statistics */
extern Bool VG_(clo_stats);
/* wait for vgdb/gdb after reporting that amount of error.
Note that this is the initial value provided from the command line.
The real value is maintained in VG_(dyn_vgdb_error) and
can be changed dynamically.*/
extern Int VG_(clo_vgdb_error);
/* If user has provided the --vgdb-prefix command line option,
VG_(arg_vgdb_prefix) points at the provided argument (including the
'--vgdb-prefix=' string).
Otherwise, it is NULL.
Typically, this is used by tools to produce user message with the
expected vgdb prefix argument, if the user has changed the default. */
extern const HChar *VG_(arg_vgdb_prefix);
/* Emit all messages as XML? default: NO */
/* If clo_xml is set, various other options are set in a non-default
way. See vg_main.c and mc_main.c. */
extern Bool VG_(clo_xml);
/* An arbitrary user-supplied string which is copied into the
XML output, in between <usercomment> tags. */
extern const HChar* VG_(clo_xml_user_comment);
/* Vex iropt control. Tool-visible so tools can make Vex optimise
less aggressively if that is needed (callgrind needs this). */
extern VexControl VG_(clo_vex_control);
/* Number of parents of a backtrace. Default: 12 */
extern Int VG_(clo_backtrace_size);
/* Continue stack traces below main()? Default: NO */
extern Bool VG_(clo_show_below_main);
/* Used to expand file names. "option_name" is the option name, eg.
"--log-file". 'format' is what follows, eg. "cachegrind.out.%p". In
'format':
- "%p" is replaced with PID.
- "%q{QUAL}" is replaced with the environment variable $QUAL. If $QUAL
isn't set, we abort. If the "{QUAL}" part is malformed, we abort.
- "%%" is replaced with "%".
Anything else after '%' causes an abort.
If the format specifies a relative file name, it's put in the program's
initial working directory. If it specifies an absolute file name (ie.
starts with '/') then it is put there.
Note that "option_name" has no effect on the returned string: the
returned string depends only on "format" and the PIDs and
environment variables that it references (if any). "option_name" is
merely used in printing error messages, if an error message needs
to be printed due to malformedness of the "format" argument.
*/
extern HChar* VG_(expand_file_name)(const HChar* option_name,
const HChar* format);
#endif // __PUB_TOOL_OPTIONS_H
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