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/* Map logical line numbers to (source file, line number) pairs.
Copyright (C) 2001, 2003
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
In other words, you are welcome to use, share and improve this program.
You are forbidden to forbid anyone else to use, share and improve
what you give them. Help stamp out software-hoarding! */
#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "line-map.h"
#include "intl.h"
static void trace_include (const struct line_maps *, const struct line_map *);
/* Initialize a line map set. */
linemap_init (struct line_maps *set)
set->maps = 0;
set->allocated = 0;
set->used = 0;
set->last_listed = -1;
set->trace_includes = false;
set->depth = 0;
/* Free a line map set. */
linemap_free (struct line_maps *set)
if (set->maps)
struct line_map *map;
/* Depending upon whether we are handling preprocessed input or
not, this can be a user error or an ICE. */
for (map = CURRENT_LINE_MAP (set); ! MAIN_FILE_P (map);
map = INCLUDED_FROM (set, map))
fprintf (stderr, "line-map.c: file \"%s\" entered but not left\n",
free (set->maps);
/* Add a mapping of logical source line to physical source file and
line number.
The text pointed to by TO_FILE must have a lifetime
at least as long as the final call to lookup_line (). An empty
TO_FILE means standard input. If reason is LC_LEAVE, and
TO_FILE is NULL, then TO_FILE, TO_LINE and SYSP are given their
natural values considering the file we are returning to.
FROM_LINE should be monotonic increasing across calls to this
function. A call to this function can relocate the previous set of
maps, so any stored line_map pointers should not be used. */
const struct line_map *
linemap_add (struct line_maps *set, enum lc_reason reason,
unsigned int sysp, source_location from_line,
const char *to_file, unsigned int to_line)
struct line_map *map;
if (set->used && from_line < set->maps[set->used - 1].from_line)
abort ();
if (set->used == set->allocated)
set->allocated = 2 * set->allocated + 256;
set->maps = xrealloc (set->maps, set->allocated * sizeof (struct line_map));
map = &set->maps[set->used++];
if (to_file && *to_file == '\0')
to_file = "<stdin>";
/* If we don't keep our line maps consistent, we can easily
segfault. Don't rely on the client to do it for us. */
if (set->depth == 0)
reason = LC_ENTER;
else if (reason == LC_LEAVE)
struct line_map *from;
bool error;
if (MAIN_FILE_P (map - 1))
if (to_file == NULL)
return NULL;
error = true;
reason = LC_RENAME;
from = map - 1;
from = INCLUDED_FROM (set, map - 1);
error = to_file && strcmp (from->to_file, to_file);
/* Depending upon whether we are handling preprocessed input or
not, this can be a user error or an ICE. */
if (error)
fprintf (stderr, "line-map.c: file \"%s\" left but not entered\n",
/* A TO_FILE of NULL is special - we use the natural values. */
if (error || to_file == NULL)
to_file = from->to_file;
to_line = LAST_SOURCE_LINE (from) + 1;
sysp = from->sysp;
map->reason = reason;
map->sysp = sysp;
map->from_line = from_line;
map->to_file = to_file;
map->to_line = to_line;
if (reason == LC_ENTER)
map->included_from = set->depth == 0 ? -1 : (int) (set->used - 2);
if (set->trace_includes)
trace_include (set, map);
else if (reason == LC_RENAME)
map->included_from = map[-1].included_from;
else if (reason == LC_LEAVE)
map->included_from = INCLUDED_FROM (set, map - 1)->included_from;
return map;
/* Given a logical line, returns the map from which the corresponding
(source file, line) pair can be deduced. Since the set is built
chronologically, the logical lines are monotonic increasing, and so
the list is sorted and we can use a binary search. */
const struct line_map *
linemap_lookup (struct line_maps *set, source_location line)
unsigned int md, mn = 0, mx = set->used;
if (mx == 0)
abort ();
while (mx - mn > 1)
md = (mn + mx) / 2;
if (set->maps[md].from_line > line)
mx = md;
mn = md;
return &set->maps[mn];
/* Print the file names and line numbers of the #include commands
which led to the map MAP, if any, to stderr. Nothing is output if
the most recently listed stack is the same as the current one. */
linemap_print_containing_files (struct line_maps *set,
const struct line_map *map)
if (MAIN_FILE_P (map) || set->last_listed == map->included_from)
set->last_listed = map->included_from;
map = INCLUDED_FROM (set, map);
fprintf (stderr, _("In file included from %s:%u"),
map->to_file, LAST_SOURCE_LINE (map));
while (! MAIN_FILE_P (map))
map = INCLUDED_FROM (set, map);
/* Translators note: this message is used in conjunction
with "In file included from %s:%ld" and some other
tricks. We want something like this:
| In file included from sys/select.h:123,
| from sys/types.h:234,
| from userfile.c:31:
| bits/select.h:45: <error message here>
with all the "from"s lined up.
The trailing comma is at the beginning of this message,
and the trailing colon is not translated. */
fprintf (stderr, _(",\n from %s:%u"),
map->to_file, LAST_SOURCE_LINE (map));
fputs (":\n", stderr);
/* Print an include trace, for e.g. the -H option of the preprocessor. */
static void
trace_include (const struct line_maps *set, const struct line_map *map)
unsigned int i = set->depth;
while (--i)
putc ('.', stderr);
fprintf (stderr, " %s\n", map->to_file);