1: /*	common.c	4.2.1	95/01/17	*/
   2: 
   3: static  char    *StringFile = STRINGFILE; /* From Makefile -DSTRINGFILE= ... */
   4: 
   5: #ifdef PASS1COMMON
   6: #include "pass1.h"
   7: #else
   8: #ifdef PASS2COMMON
   9: #include "pass2.h"
  10: #endif
  11: #endif
  12: #include <sys/file.h>
  13: 
  14: #ifdef FORT
  15: #undef BUFSTDERR
  16: #endif
  17: #ifndef ONEPASS
  18: #undef BUFSTDERR
  19: #endif
  20: 
  21: int nerrors = 0;  /* number of errors */
  22: 
  23: extern OFFSZ offsz;
  24: 
  25: /*
  26:  * this strangeness is due to offsets being measured in terms of bits
  27:  * rather than bytes.  normally "i=16" and "off=0100000" are returned,
  28:  * but this is not enough to measure structures/arrays greater than
  29:  * 32k bits (4kb).
  30: */
  31: 
  32: OFFSZ caloff(){
  33:     register i;
  34:     OFFSZ temp;
  35:     OFFSZ off;
  36: #ifndef pdp11
  37:     temp = 1;
  38:     i = 0;
  39:     do {
  40:         temp <<= 1;
  41:         ++i;
  42:         } while( temp != 0 );
  43:     off = 1 << (i-1);
  44: #else
  45:     off = 02000000L;        /* enough for 64kb */
  46: #endif
  47:     return (off);
  48:     }
  49: 
  50: NODE *lastfree;  /* pointer to last free node; (for allocator) */
  51: 
  52:     /* VARARGS1 */
  53: uerror(s, a )
  54:     unsigned short s;
  55:     void *a;
  56:     { /* nonfatal error message */
  57:     char    msg[256];
  58: 
  59:     /* the routine 'where' is different for pass 1 and pass 2;
  60: 	/*  it tells where the error took place */
  61: 
  62:     ++nerrors;
  63:     where('u');
  64:     errprep(s, msg);
  65:     fprintf(stderr, msg, a );
  66:     fprintf(stderr, "\n" );
  67: #ifdef BUFSTDERR
  68:     fflush(stderr);
  69: #endif
  70:     if (nerrors > 30) cerror("too many errors");
  71:     }
  72: 
  73:     /* VARARGS1 */
  74: cerror(s, a, b, c )
  75:     unsigned short s;   /* stringfile offset */
  76:     void *a, *b, *c;
  77:     { /* compiler error: die */
  78:     char    msg[256];
  79: 
  80:     where('c');
  81:     errprep(s, msg);
  82:     fprintf(stderr, "compiler error: " );
  83:     fprintf(stderr, msg, a, b, c );
  84:     fprintf(stderr, "\n" );
  85: /* give the compiler the benefit of the doubt */
  86:     if (nerrors && nerrors <= 30)
  87:        fprintf(stderr,"cannot recover from earlier errors: goodbye!\n");
  88: #ifdef BUFSTDERR
  89:     fflush(stderr);
  90: #endif
  91:     exit(1);
  92:     }
  93: 
  94: int Wflag = 0; /* Non-zero means do not print warnings */
  95: 
  96:     /* VARARGS1 */
  97: werror(s, a, b )
  98:     unsigned short s;
  99:     void *a, *b;
 100:     {  /* warning */
 101:     char    msg[256];
 102: 
 103:     if (Wflag) return;
 104:     where('w');
 105:     errprep(s, msg);
 106:     fprintf(stderr, "warning: " );
 107:     fprintf(stderr, msg, a, b );
 108:     fprintf(stderr, "\n" );
 109: #ifdef BUFSTDERR
 110:     fflush(stderr);
 111: #endif
 112:     }
 113: 
 114: errprep(soff, buf)
 115:     unsigned short soff;
 116:     char    *buf;
 117:     {
 118:     static  int errfd = -1;
 119: 
 120:     if  (errfd < 0)
 121:         {
 122:         errfd = open(StringFile, O_RDONLY, 0);
 123:         if  (errfd < 0)
 124:             {
 125:             fprintf(stderr, "can't open %s\n", StringFile);
 126:             fflush(stderr);
 127:             exit(1);
 128:             }
 129:         }
 130:     (void)lseek(errfd, (long)soff, L_SET);
 131:     (void)read(errfd, buf, 256);
 132:     }
 133: 
 134: tinit(){ /* initialize expression tree search */
 135: 
 136:     register NODE *p;
 137: 
 138:     for( p=node; p<= &node[TREESZ-1]; ++p ) p->in.op = FREE;
 139:     lastfree = node;
 140: 
 141:     }
 142: 
 143: # define TNEXT(p) (p== &node[TREESZ-1]?node:p+1)
 144: 
 145: NODE *
 146: talloc(){
 147:     register NODE *p, *q;
 148: 
 149:     q = lastfree;
 150:     for( p = TNEXT(q); p!=q; p= TNEXT(p))
 151:         if( p->in.op ==FREE ) return(lastfree=p);
 152: 
 153:     cerror("out of tree space; simplify expression");
 154:     /* NOTREACHED */
 155:     }
 156: 
 157: tcheck(){ /* ensure that all nodes have been freed */
 158: 
 159:     register NODE *p;
 160: 
 161:     if( !nerrors )
 162:         for( p=node; p<= &node[TREESZ-1]; ++p )
 163:             if( p->in.op != FREE ) cerror("wasted space: %o", p );
 164:     tinit();
 165: #ifdef FLEXNAMES
 166:     freetstr();
 167: #endif
 168:     }
 169: tfree( p )  NODE *p; {
 170:     /* free the tree p */
 171:     extern tfree1();
 172: 
 173:     if( p->in.op != FREE ) walkf( p, tfree1 );
 174: 
 175:     }
 176: 
 177: tfree1(p)  NODE *p; {
 178:     if( p == 0 ) cerror("freeing blank tree!");
 179:     else p->in.op = FREE;
 180:     }
 181: 
 182: fwalk( t, f, down ) register NODE *t; int (*f)(); {
 183: 
 184:     int down1, down2;
 185: 
 186:     more:
 187:     down1 = down2 = 0;
 188: 
 189:     (*f)( t, down, &down1, &down2 );
 190: 
 191:     switch( optype( t->in.op ) ){
 192: 
 193:     case BITYPE:
 194:         fwalk( t->in.left, f, down1 );
 195:         t = t->in.right;
 196:         down = down2;
 197:         goto more;
 198: 
 199:     case UTYPE:
 200:         t = t->in.left;
 201:         down = down1;
 202:         goto more;
 203: 
 204:         }
 205:     }
 206: 
 207: #ifndef vax
 208: walkf( t, f ) register NODE *t;  int (*f)(); {
 209:     register opty;
 210: 
 211:     opty = optype(t->in.op);
 212: 
 213:     if( opty != LTYPE ) walkf( t->in.left, f );
 214:     if( opty == BITYPE ) walkf( t->in.right, f );
 215:     (*f)( t );
 216:     }
 217: #else
 218: #define NR  100
 219: 
 220: /*
 221:  * Deliberately avoids recursion -- use this version on machines with
 222:  * expensive procedure calls.
 223:  */
 224: walkf(t, f)
 225:     register NODE *t;
 226:     register int (*f)();
 227: {
 228:     register int i = 1;
 229:     register int opty = optype(t->in.op);
 230:     static NODE *at[NR];
 231:     static int ao[NR];
 232: 
 233: #define PUSH(dir, state) \
 234:     (ao[i] = state, at[i++] = t, t = t->in.dir, opty = optype(t->in.op))
 235: #define POP() \
 236:     (opty = ao[--i], t = at[i])
 237: 
 238:     do {
 239:         switch (opty) {
 240:         case LTYPE: (*f)(t); POP(); break;
 241:         case UTYPE: PUSH(left, LTYPE); break;
 242:         case BITYPE:    PUSH(left, BITYPE+1); break;
 243:         case BITYPE+1:  PUSH(right, LTYPE); break;
 244:         default:
 245:             cerror("bad op type in walkf");
 246:         }
 247:         if (i >= NR) {
 248:             walkf(t, f);
 249:             POP();
 250:         }
 251:     } while (i > 0);
 252: }
 253: #undef NR
 254: #undef PUSH
 255: #undef POP
 256: #endif
 257: 
 258: 
 259: 
 260: int dope[ DSIZE ];
 261: char *opst[DSIZE];
 262: 
 263: struct dopest { int dopeop; char *opst; int dopeval; } indope[] = {
 264: 
 265:     NAME, "NAME", LTYPE,
 266:     STRING, "STRING", LTYPE,
 267:     REG, "REG", LTYPE,
 268:     OREG, "OREG", LTYPE,
 269:     ICON, "ICON", LTYPE,
 270:     FCON, "FCON", LTYPE,
 271:     DCON, "DCON", LTYPE,
 272:     CCODES, "CCODES", LTYPE,
 273:     UNARY MINUS, "U-", UTYPE,
 274:     UNARY MUL, "U*", UTYPE,
 275:     UNARY AND, "U&", UTYPE,
 276:     UNARY CALL, "UCALL", UTYPE|CALLFLG,
 277:     UNARY FORTCALL, "UFCALL", UTYPE|CALLFLG,
 278:     NOT, "!", UTYPE|LOGFLG,
 279:     COMPL, "~", UTYPE,
 280:     FORCE, "FORCE", UTYPE,
 281:     INIT, "INIT", UTYPE,
 282:     SCONV, "SCONV", UTYPE,
 283:     PCONV, "PCONV", UTYPE,
 284:     PLUS, "+", BITYPE|FLOFLG|SIMPFLG|COMMFLG,
 285:     ASG PLUS, "+=", BITYPE|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG|FLOFLG|SIMPFLG|COMMFLG,
 286:     MINUS, "-", BITYPE|FLOFLG|SIMPFLG,
 287:     ASG MINUS, "-=", BITYPE|FLOFLG|SIMPFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 288:     MUL, "*", BITYPE|FLOFLG|MULFLG,
 289:     ASG MUL, "*=", BITYPE|FLOFLG|MULFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 290:     AND, "&", BITYPE|SIMPFLG|COMMFLG,
 291:     ASG AND, "&=", BITYPE|SIMPFLG|COMMFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 292:     QUEST, "?", BITYPE,
 293:     COLON, ":", BITYPE,
 294:     ANDAND, "&&", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 295:     OROR, "||", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 296:     CM, ",", BITYPE,
 297:     COMOP, ",OP", BITYPE,
 298:     ASSIGN, "=", BITYPE|ASGFLG,
 299:     DIV, "/", BITYPE|FLOFLG|MULFLG|DIVFLG,
 300:     ASG DIV, "/=", BITYPE|FLOFLG|MULFLG|DIVFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 301:     MOD, "%", BITYPE|DIVFLG,
 302:     ASG MOD, "%=", BITYPE|DIVFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 303:     LS, "<<", BITYPE|SHFFLG,
 304:     ASG LS, "<<=", BITYPE|SHFFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 305:     RS, ">>", BITYPE|SHFFLG,
 306:     ASG RS, ">>=", BITYPE|SHFFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 307:     OR, "|", BITYPE|COMMFLG|SIMPFLG,
 308:     ASG OR, "|=", BITYPE|COMMFLG|SIMPFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 309:     ER, "^", BITYPE|COMMFLG|SIMPFLG,
 310:     ASG ER, "^=", BITYPE|COMMFLG|SIMPFLG|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 311:     INCR, "++", BITYPE|ASGFLG,
 312:     DECR, "--", BITYPE|ASGFLG,
 313:     STREF, "->", BITYPE,
 314:     CALL, "CALL", BITYPE|CALLFLG,
 315:     FORTCALL, "FCALL", BITYPE|CALLFLG,
 316:     EQ, "==", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 317:     NE, "!=", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 318:     LE, "<=", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 319:     LT, "<", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 320:     GE, ">", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 321:     GT, ">", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 322:     UGT, "UGT", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 323:     UGE, "UGE", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 324:     ULT, "ULT", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 325:     ULE, "ULE", BITYPE|LOGFLG,
 326: #ifdef ARS
 327:     ARS, "A>>", BITYPE,
 328: #endif
 329:     TYPE, "TYPE", LTYPE,
 330:     LB, "[", BITYPE,
 331:     CBRANCH, "CBRANCH", BITYPE,
 332:     FLD, "FLD", UTYPE,
 333:     PMCONV, "PMCONV", BITYPE,
 334:     PVCONV, "PVCONV", BITYPE,
 335:     RETURN, "RETURN", BITYPE|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 336:     CAST, "CAST", BITYPE|ASGFLG|ASGOPFLG,
 337:     GOTO, "GOTO", UTYPE,
 338:     STASG, "STASG", BITYPE|ASGFLG,
 339:     STARG, "STARG", UTYPE,
 340:     STCALL, "STCALL", BITYPE|CALLFLG,
 341:     UNARY STCALL, "USTCALL", UTYPE|CALLFLG,
 342: 
 343:     -1, "", 0
 344: };
 345: 
 346: mkdope(){
 347:     register struct dopest *q;
 348: 
 349:     for( q = indope; q->dopeop >= 0; ++q ){
 350:         dope[q->dopeop] = q->dopeval;
 351:         opst[q->dopeop] = q->opst;
 352:         }
 353:     }
 354: # ifndef BUG4
 355: tprint( t )  TWORD t; { /* output a nice description of the type of t */
 356: 
 357:     static char * tnames[] = {
 358:         "undef",
 359:         "farg",
 360:         "char",
 361:         "short",
 362:         "int",
 363:         "long",
 364:         "float",
 365:         "double",
 366:         "strty",
 367:         "unionty",
 368:         "enumty",
 369:         "moety",
 370:         "uchar",
 371:         "ushort",
 372:         "unsigned",
 373:         "ulong",
 374:         "?", "?"
 375:         };
 376: 
 377:     for(;; t = DECREF(t) ){
 378: 
 379:         if( ISPTR(t) ) printf( "PTR " );
 380:         else if( ISFTN(t) ) printf( "FTN " );
 381:         else if( ISARY(t) ) printf( "ARY " );
 382:         else {
 383:             printf( "%s", tnames[t] );
 384:             return;
 385:             }
 386:         }
 387:     }
 388: # endif
 389: 
 390: #ifdef FLEXNAMES
 391: #define NTSTRBUF    25      /* was 40 */
 392: #define TSTRSZ      512     /* was 2048 */
 393: char    itstrbuf[TSTRSZ];
 394: char    *tstrbuf[NTSTRBUF] = { itstrbuf };
 395: char    **curtstr = tstrbuf;
 396: int tstrused;
 397: 
 398: char *
 399: tstr(cp)
 400:     register char *cp;
 401: {
 402:     register int i = strlen(cp);
 403:     register char *dp;
 404: 
 405:     if (tstrused + i >= TSTRSZ) {
 406:         if (++curtstr >= &tstrbuf[NTSTRBUF])
 407:             cerror("out of temporary string space");
 408:         tstrused = 0;
 409:         if (*curtstr == 0) {
 410:             dp = (char *)malloc(TSTRSZ);
 411:             if (dp == 0)
 412:                 cerror("out of memory (tstr)");
 413:             *curtstr = dp;
 414:         }
 415:     }
 416:     strcpy(dp = *curtstr+tstrused, cp);
 417:     tstrused += i + 1;
 418:     return (dp);
 419: }
 420: #endif

Defined functions

caloff defined in line 32; used 6 times
errprep defined in line 114; used 3 times
fwalk defined in line 182; used 12 times
mkdope defined in line 346; used 2 times
tcheck defined in line 157; used 3 times
tfree1 defined in line 177; used 2 times
tinit defined in line 134; used 4 times
tprint defined in line 355; used 6 times
walkf defined in line 224; used 8 times
werror defined in line 97; used 35 times

Defined variables

StringFile defined in line 3; used 2 times
Wflag defined in line 94; used 2 times
curtstr defined in line 395; used 5 times
dope defined in line 260; used 9 times
indope defined in line 263; used 1 times
itstrbuf defined in line 393; used 1 times
lastfree defined in line 50; used 3 times
nerrors defined in line 21; used 10 times
opst defined in line 261; used 14 times
tstrbuf defined in line 394; used 3 times
tstrused defined in line 396; used 5 times

Defined struct's

dopest defined in line 263; used 2 times
  • in line 347(2)

Defined macros

NR defined in line 218; used 4 times
NTSTRBUF defined in line 391; used 2 times
POP defined in line 235; used 3 times
PUSH defined in line 233; used 4 times
TNEXT defined in line 143; used 2 times
  • in line 150(2)
TSTRSZ defined in line 392; used 3 times
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