1: /* #define DEBUG */
   2: #define CHAR
   3: #define STATIC
   4: /*
   5:  * pxp - Pascal execution profiler
   6:  *
   7:  * Bill Joy
   8:  * University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
   9:  * Version 1.1 February 1978
  10:  */
  11: 
  12: #include <sys/types.h>
  13: #include <sys/stat.h>
  14: 
  15: /*
  16:  * Option flags
  17:  *
  18:  * The following options are recognized on the command line by pxp.
  19:  * Only the u, w, and z options here have effect in comments in the
  20:  * program; the others are command line only, and unrelated
  21:  * to the options with the same designations in comments.
  22:  *
  23:  *	a	Print all routines in a profile; normally, routines
  24:  *		which have never been executed have their bodies suppressed.
  25:  *
  26:  *	c	Extract profile data from the file core, or the file
  27:  *		named after the last argument rather than the file 'pmon.out'.
  28:  *		Must be used with z to have an effect.
  29:  *
  30:  *	d	Suppress declarations
  31:  *
  32:  *	f	Fully parenthesize expressions.
  33:  *
  34:  *	j	Left justify all procedures and functions rather than
  35:  *		indenting them.
  36:  *
  37:  *	n	Eject a new page in the listing as each 'include' file
  38:  *		is incorporated into the profile.
  39:  *
  40:  *	o	Put output prettyprint in first argument file
  41:  *
  42:  *	p	Pretty print a main program without processing
  43:  *		the include statements.
  44:  *
  45:  *	t	Print a table summarizing procedure and function call counts.
  46:  *
  47:  *	u	Card image mode; only the first 72 chars on a line count.
  48:  *
  49:  *	w	Suppress certain warning diagnostics.
  50:  *
  51:  *	z	Generate an execution profile of the program.
  52:  *		May also be followed by a list of procedure and function
  53:  *		names mixed, if desired, with include file names.
  54:  *		Only these procedures and functions, and the contents
  55:  *		of the specified include files will then be profiled.
  56:  *
  57:  *  [23456789]	Use the specified number of spaces for the basic
  58:  *		indenting unit in the program.
  59:  *
  60:  *	_	Underline keywords in the output.
  61:  */
  62: 
  63: char    all, core, nodecl, full, justify, pmain, stripcomm, table, underline;
  64: char    profile, onefile;
  65: char    *firstname, *stdoutn;
  66: #ifdef DEBUG
  67: char    fulltrace, errtrace, testtrace, yyunique, typetest;
  68: #endif
  69: int unit;
  70: 
  71: /*
  72:  * The flag nojunk means that header lines
  73:  * of procedures and functions are to be suppressed
  74:  * when the z option is off.
  75:  * It is the default when command line z option
  76:  * control is specified.
  77:  *
  78:  * The flag noinclude indicates that include statements are not
  79:  * to be processed since we are pretty-printing the contents
  80:  * of a single file.
  81:  *
  82:  * The flag bracket indicates that the source code should be
  83:  * bracketed with lines of the form
  84:  *	program x(output);
  85:  * and
  86:  *	begin end.
  87:  * so that an include will pretty print without syntax errors.
  88:  */
  89: char    nojunk, noinclude, bracket;
  90: 
  91: /*
  92:  * IMPORTANT NOTE
  93:  *
  94:  * Many of the following globals are shared by pi and pxp.
  95:  * For more discussion of these see the available documentation
  96:  * on the structure of pi.
  97:  */
  98: 
  99: /*
 100:  * Each option has a stack of 17 option values, with opts giving
 101:  * the current, top value, and optstk the value beneath it.
 102:  * One refers to option `l' as, e.g., opt('l') in the text for clarity.
 103:  */
 104: char    opts[26];
 105: int optstk[26];
 106: 
 107: #define opt(c) opts[c-'a']
 108: 
 109: /*
 110:  * NOTES ON THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF THE DATA STRUCTURES
 111:  *
 112:  * Pxp uses expandable tables for its string table
 113:  * hash table, and parse tree space.  The following
 114:  * definitions specify the size of the increments
 115:  * for these items in fundamental units so that
 116:  * each uses approximately 1024 bytes.
 117:  */
 118: 
 119: #define STRINC  1024        /* string space increment */
 120: #define TRINC   512     /* tree space increment */
 121: #define HASHINC 509     /* hash table size in words, each increment */
 122: 
 123: /*
 124:  * The initial sizes of the structures.
 125:  * These should be large enough to profile
 126:  * an "average" sized program so as to minimize
 127:  * storage requests.
 128:  * On a small system or and 11/34 or 11/40
 129:  * these numbers can be trimmed to make the
 130:  * profiler smaller.
 131:  */
 132: #define ITREE   2000
 133: #define IHASH   509
 134: 
 135: /*
 136:  * The following limits on hash and tree tables currently
 137:  * allow approximately 1200 symbols and 20k words of tree
 138:  * space.  The fundamental limit of 64k total data space
 139:  * should be exceeded well before these are full.
 140:  */
 141: #define MAXHASH 4
 142: #define MAXTREE 30
 143: #define MAXDEPTH 150
 144: 
 145: /*
 146:  * ERROR RELATED DEFINITIONS
 147:  */
 148: 
 149: /*
 150:  * Exit statuses to pexit
 151:  *
 152:  * AOK
 153:  * ERRS		Compilation errors inhibit obj productin
 154:  * NOSTART	Errors before we ever got started
 155:  * DIED		We ran out of memory or some such
 156:  */
 157: #define AOK 0
 158: #define ERRS    1
 159: #define NOSTART 2
 160: #define DIED    3
 161: 
 162: char    Recovery;
 163: /*
 164:  * The flag eflg is set whenever we have a hard error.
 165:  * The character in errpfx will precede the next error message.
 166:  */
 167: int eflg;
 168: char    errpfx;
 169: 
 170: #define setpfx(x)   errpfx = x
 171: 
 172: #define standard()  setpfx('s')
 173: #define warning()   setpfx('w')
 174: #define recovered() setpfx('e')
 175: #define quit()      setpfx('Q')
 176: 
 177: /*
 178:  * SEMANTIC DEFINITIONS
 179:  */
 180: 
 181: #define NIL 0
 182: 
 183: /*
 184:  * NOCON and SAWCON are flags in the tree telling whether
 185:  * a constant set is part of an expression.
 186:  */
 187: #define NOCON   0
 188: #define SAWCON  1
 189: 
 190: /*
 191:  * The variable cbn gives the current block number.
 192:  * The variable lastbn gives the block number before
 193:  * it last changed and is used to know that we were
 194:  * in a nested procedure so that we can print
 195:  *	begin { solve }
 196:  * when solve has nested procedures or functions in it.
 197:  */
 198: int cbn, lastbn;
 199: 
 200: /*
 201:  * The variable line is the current semantic
 202:  * line and is set in stat.c from the numbers
 203:  * embedded in statement type tree nodes.
 204:  */
 205: int line;
 206: 
 207: /*
 208:  * The size of the display
 209:  * which defines the maximum nesting
 210:  * of procedures and functions allowed.
 211:  */
 212: #define DSPLYSZ 20
 213: 
 214: /*
 215:  * Routines which need types
 216:  * other than "integer" to be
 217:  * assumed by the compiler.
 218:  */
 219: int *tree();
 220: int *hash();
 221: char    *alloc();
 222: long    cntof();
 223: long    nowcnt();
 224: 
 225: /*
 226:  * Funny structures to use
 227:  * pointers in wild and wooly ways
 228:  */
 229: struct {
 230:     char    pchar;
 231: };
 232: struct {
 233:     int pint;
 234:     int pint2;
 235: };
 236: struct {
 237:     long    plong;
 238: };
 239: struct {
 240:     double  pdouble;
 241: };
 242: 
 243: #define OCT 1
 244: #define HEX 2
 245: 
 246: /*
 247:  * MAIN PROGRAM GLOBALS, MISCELLANY
 248:  */
 249: 
 250: /*
 251:  * Variables forming a data base referencing
 252:  * the command line arguments with the "z" option.
 253:  */
 254: char    **pflist;
 255: int pflstc;
 256: int pfcnt;
 257: 
 258: char    *filename;      /* current source file name */
 259: char    *lastname;      /* last file name printed */
 260: time_t  tvec;           /* mod time of the source file */
 261: time_t  ptvec;          /* time profiled */
 262: char    printed;        /* current file has been printed */
 263: char    hadsome;        /* had some output */
 264: 
 265: /*
 266:  * PROFILING AND FORMATTING DEFINITIONS
 267:  */
 268: 
 269: /*
 270:  * The basic counter information recording structure.
 271:  * This is global only because people outside
 272:  * the cluster in pmon.c need to know its size.
 273:  */
 274: struct pxcnt {
 275:     long    ntimes;     /* the count this structure is all about */
 276:     int counter;    /* a unique counter number for us */
 277:     int gos;        /* global goto count when we hatched */
 278:     int printed;    /* are we considered to have been printed? */
 279: } pfcnts[DSPLYSZ];
 280: 
 281: /*
 282:  * The pieces we divide the output line indents into:
 283:  *	line#  PRFN  label:   STAT  999.---|  DECL   text
 284:  */
 285: #define STAT    0
 286: #define DECL    1
 287: #define PRFN    2
 288: 
 289: /*
 290:  * Gocnt records the total number of goto's and
 291:  * cnts records the current counter for generating
 292:  * COUNT operators.
 293:  */
 294: int gocnt;
 295: int cnts;
 296: 
 297: int fout[259];
 298: int flush(), putchar();

Defined variables

all defined in line 63; used 2 times
cbn defined in line 198; used 26 times
cnts defined in line 295; used 6 times
core defined in line 63; used 4 times
errpfx defined in line 168; used 11 times
firstname defined in line 65; used 4 times
full defined in line 63; used 5 times
gocnt defined in line 294; used 5 times
hadsome defined in line 263; used 6 times
lastbn defined in line 198; used 5 times
lastname defined in line 259; used 5 times
nojunk defined in line 89; used 2 times
onefile defined in line 64; used 3 times
opts defined in line 104; used 8 times
optstk defined in line 105; used 8 times
pfcnt defined in line 256; used 4 times
pfcnts defined in line 279; used 2 times
pflist defined in line 254; used 2 times
pflstc defined in line 255; used 4 times
pmain defined in line 63; never used
printed defined in line 262; used 18 times
ptvec defined in line 261; used 2 times
stdoutn defined in line 65; used 7 times
typetest defined in line 67; used 2 times
underline defined in line 63; used 2 times

Defined struct's

pxcnt defined in line 274; used 18 times

Defined macros

AOK defined in line 157; used 1 times
DSPLYSZ defined in line 212; used 1 times
HASHINC defined in line 121; used 8 times
HEX defined in line 244; used 2 times
IHASH defined in line 133; never used
ITREE defined in line 132; used 2 times
MAXDEPTH defined in line 143; used 3 times
MAXHASH defined in line 141; used 2 times
MAXTREE defined in line 142; used 2 times
NIL defined in line 181; used 201 times
NOCON defined in line 187; used 7 times
OCT defined in line 243; used 3 times
PRFN defined in line 287; used 8 times
SAWCON defined in line 188; used 6 times
STAT defined in line 285; used 15 times
STRINC defined in line 119; used 3 times
TRINC defined in line 120; used 1 times
quit defined in line 175; never used
standard defined in line 172; used 1 times
warning defined in line 173; used 2 times

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