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   ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* -------------------------------------------------------------------
   The basic API is described in the README file.

   The raw API is designed to bypass some of the argument packing
   and unpacking on architectures for which it can be avoided.

   The closure API allows interpreted functions to be packaged up
   inside a C function pointer, so that they can be called as C functions,
   with no understanding on the client side that they are interpreted.
   It can also be used in other cases in which it is necessary to package
   up a user specified parameter and a function pointer as a single
   function pointer.

   The closure API must be implemented in order to get its functionality,
   e.g. for use by gij.  Routines are provided to emulate the raw API
   if the underlying platform doesn't allow faster implementation.

   More details on the raw and cloure API can be found in:

   http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/java/1999-q3/msg00138.html

   and

   http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/java/1999-q3/msg00174.html
   -------------------------------------------------------------------- */

#ifndef LIBFFI_H
#define LIBFFI_H

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/* Specify which architecture libffi is configured for. */
//XXX #define X86

/* ---- System configuration information --------------------------------- */

#include <ffitarget.h>

#ifndef LIBFFI_ASM

#include <stddef.h>
#include <limits.h>

/* LONG_LONG_MAX is not always defined (not if STRICT_ANSI, for example).
   But we can find it either under the correct ANSI name, or under GNU
   C's internal name.  */
#ifdef LONG_LONG_MAX
# define FFI_LONG_LONG_MAX LONG_LONG_MAX
#else
# ifdef LLONG_MAX
#  define FFI_LONG_LONG_MAX LLONG_MAX
# else
#  ifdef __GNUC__
#   define FFI_LONG_LONG_MAX __LONG_LONG_MAX__
#  endif
#  ifdef _MSC_VER
#   define FFI_LONG_LONG_MAX _I64_MAX
#  endif
# endif
#endif

#if SCHAR_MAX == 127
# define ffi_type_uchar                ffi_type_uint8
# define ffi_type_schar                ffi_type_sint8
#else
 #error "char size not supported"
#endif

#if SHRT_MAX == 32767
# define ffi_type_ushort       ffi_type_uint16
# define ffi_type_sshort       ffi_type_sint16
#elif SHRT_MAX == 2147483647
# define ffi_type_ushort       ffi_type_uint32
# define ffi_type_sshort       ffi_type_sint32
#else
 #error "short size not supported"
#endif

#if INT_MAX == 32767
# define ffi_type_uint         ffi_type_uint16
# define ffi_type_sint         ffi_type_sint16
#elif INT_MAX == 2147483647
# define ffi_type_uint         ffi_type_uint32
# define ffi_type_sint         ffi_type_sint32
#elif INT_MAX == 9223372036854775807
# define ffi_type_uint         ffi_type_uint64
# define ffi_type_sint         ffi_type_sint64
#else
 #error "int size not supported"
#endif

#define ffi_type_ulong         ffi_type_uint64
#define ffi_type_slong         ffi_type_sint64
#if LONG_MAX == 2147483647
# if FFI_LONG_LONG_MAX != 9223372036854775807
  #error "no 64-bit data type supported"
# endif
#elif LONG_MAX != 9223372036854775807
 #error "long size not supported"
#endif

/* The closure code assumes that this works on pointers, i.e. a size_t	*/
/* can hold a pointer.							*/

typedef struct _ffi_type
{
  size_t size;
  unsigned short alignment;
  unsigned short type;
  /*@null@*/ struct _ffi_type **elements;
} ffi_type;

/* These are defined in types.c */
extern ffi_type ffi_type_void;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_uint8;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_sint8;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_uint16;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_sint16;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_uint32;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_sint32;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_uint64;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_sint64;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_float;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_double;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_longdouble;
extern ffi_type ffi_type_pointer;


typedef enum {
  FFI_OK = 0,
  FFI_BAD_TYPEDEF,
  FFI_BAD_ABI 
} ffi_status;

typedef unsigned FFI_TYPE;

typedef struct {
  ffi_abi abi;
  unsigned nargs;
  /*@dependent@*/ ffi_type **arg_types;
  /*@dependent@*/ ffi_type *rtype;
  unsigned bytes;
  unsigned flags;
#ifdef FFI_EXTRA_CIF_FIELDS
  FFI_EXTRA_CIF_FIELDS;
#endif
} ffi_cif;

/* ---- Definitions for the raw API -------------------------------------- */

#ifdef _WIN64
#define FFI_SIZEOF_ARG 8
#else
#define FFI_SIZEOF_ARG 4
#endif

typedef union {
  ffi_sarg  sint;
  ffi_arg   uint;
  float	    flt;
  char      data[FFI_SIZEOF_ARG];
  void*     ptr;
} ffi_raw;

void ffi_raw_call (/*@dependent@*/ ffi_cif *cif, 
		   void (*fn)(), 
		   /*@out@*/ void *rvalue, 
		   /*@dependent@*/ ffi_raw *avalue);

void ffi_ptrarray_to_raw (ffi_cif *cif, void **args, ffi_raw *raw);
void ffi_raw_to_ptrarray (ffi_cif *cif, ffi_raw *raw, void **args);
size_t ffi_raw_size (ffi_cif *cif);

/* This is analogous to the raw API, except it uses Java parameter	*/
/* packing, even on 64-bit machines.  I.e. on 64-bit machines		*/
/* longs and doubles are followed by an empty 64-bit word.		*/

void ffi_java_raw_call (/*@dependent@*/ ffi_cif *cif, 
		        void (*fn)(), 
		        /*@out@*/ void *rvalue, 
		        /*@dependent@*/ ffi_raw *avalue);

void ffi_java_ptrarray_to_raw (ffi_cif *cif, void **args, ffi_raw *raw);
void ffi_java_raw_to_ptrarray (ffi_cif *cif, ffi_raw *raw, void **args);
size_t ffi_java_raw_size (ffi_cif *cif);

/* ---- Definitions for closures ----------------------------------------- */

#if FFI_CLOSURES

typedef struct {
  char tramp[FFI_TRAMPOLINE_SIZE];
  ffi_cif   *cif;
  void     (*fun)(ffi_cif*,void*,void**,void*);
  void      *user_data;
} ffi_closure;

void ffi_closure_free(void *);
void *ffi_closure_alloc (size_t size, void **code);

ffi_status
ffi_prep_closure_loc (ffi_closure*,
		  ffi_cif *,
		  void (*fun)(ffi_cif*,void*,void**,void*),
		  void *user_data,
		  void *codeloc);

typedef struct {
  char tramp[FFI_TRAMPOLINE_SIZE];

  ffi_cif   *cif;

#if !FFI_NATIVE_RAW_API

  /* if this is enabled, then a raw closure has the same layout 
     as a regular closure.  We use this to install an intermediate 
     handler to do the transaltion, void** -> ffi_raw*. */

  void     (*translate_args)(ffi_cif*,void*,void**,void*);
  void      *this_closure;

#endif

  void     (*fun)(ffi_cif*,void*,ffi_raw*,void*);
  void      *user_data;

} ffi_raw_closure;

ffi_status
ffi_prep_raw_closure (ffi_raw_closure*,
		      ffi_cif *cif,
		      void (*fun)(ffi_cif*,void*,ffi_raw*,void*),
		      void *user_data);

ffi_status
ffi_prep_java_raw_closure (ffi_raw_closure*,
		           ffi_cif *cif,
		           void (*fun)(ffi_cif*,void*,ffi_raw*,void*),
		           void *user_data);

#endif /* FFI_CLOSURES */

/* ---- Public interface definition -------------------------------------- */

ffi_status ffi_prep_cif(/*@out@*/ /*@partial@*/ ffi_cif *cif, 
			ffi_abi abi,
			unsigned int nargs, 
			/*@dependent@*/ /*@out@*/ /*@partial@*/ ffi_type *rtype, 
			/*@dependent@*/ ffi_type **atypes);

int
ffi_call(/*@dependent@*/ ffi_cif *cif, 
	 void (*fn)(), 
	 /*@out@*/ void *rvalue, 
	 /*@dependent@*/ void **avalue);

/* Useful for eliminating compiler warnings */
#define FFI_FN(f) ((void (*)())f)

/* ---- Definitions shared with assembly code ---------------------------- */

#endif

/* If these change, update src/mips/ffitarget.h. */
#define FFI_TYPE_VOID       0    
#define FFI_TYPE_INT        1
#define FFI_TYPE_FLOAT      2    
#define FFI_TYPE_DOUBLE     3
#if 1
#define FFI_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE 4
#else
#define FFI_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE FFI_TYPE_DOUBLE
#endif
#define FFI_TYPE_UINT8      5   
#define FFI_TYPE_SINT8      6
#define FFI_TYPE_UINT16     7 
#define FFI_TYPE_SINT16     8
#define FFI_TYPE_UINT32     9
#define FFI_TYPE_SINT32     10
#define FFI_TYPE_UINT64     11
#define FFI_TYPE_SINT64     12
#define FFI_TYPE_STRUCT     13
#define FFI_TYPE_POINTER    14

/* This should always refer to the last type code (for sanity checks) */
#define FFI_TYPE_LAST       FFI_TYPE_POINTER

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif