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/*
 * malloc.c: safe wrappers around malloc, realloc, free, strdup
 */

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "halibut.h"

#ifdef LOGALLOC
#define LOGPARAMS char *file, int line,
static FILE *logallocfp = NULL;
static int logline = 2;         /* off by 1: `null pointer is' */
static void loginc(void)
{
}
static void logallocinit(void)
{
  if (!logallocfp)
  {
    logallocfp = fopen("malloc.log", "w");
    if (!logallocfp)
    {
      fprintf(stderr, "panic: unable to open malloc.log\n");
      exit(10);
    }
    setvbuf(logallocfp, NULL, _IOLBF, BUFSIZ);
    fprintf(logallocfp, "null pointer is %p\n", NULL);
  }
}
static void logprintf(char *fmt, ...)
{
  va_list ap;
  va_start(ap, fmt);
  vfprintf(logallocfp, fmt, ap);
  va_end(ap);
}

#define LOGPRINT(x) ( logallocinit(), logprintf x )
#define LOGINC do { loginc(); logline++; } while (0)
#else
#define LOGPARAMS
#define LOGPRINT(x)
#define LOGINC ((void)0)
#endif

/*
 * smalloc should guarantee to return a useful pointer - Halibut
 * can do nothing except die when it's out of memory anyway.
 */
void *(smalloc) (LOGPARAMS int size) {
  void *p;
  LOGINC;
  LOGPRINT(("%s %d malloc(%ld)", file, line, (long) size));
  p = malloc(size);
  if (!p)
    fatal(err_nomemory);
  LOGPRINT((" returns %p\n", p));
  return p;
}

/*
 * sfree should guaranteeably deal gracefully with freeing NULL
 */
void (sfree) (LOGPARAMS void *p) {
  if (p)
  {
    LOGINC;
    LOGPRINT(("%s %d free(%p)\n", file, line, p));
    free(p);
  }
}

/*
 * srealloc should guaranteeably be able to realloc NULL
 */
void *(srealloc) (LOGPARAMS void *p, int size) {
  void *q;
  if (p)
  {
    LOGINC;
    LOGPRINT(("%s %d realloc(%p,%ld)", file, line, p, (long) size));
    q = realloc(p, size);
    LOGPRINT((" returns %p\n", q));
  } else
  {
    LOGINC;
    LOGPRINT(("%s %d malloc(%ld)", file, line, (long) size));
    q = malloc(size);
    LOGPRINT((" returns %p\n", q));
  }
  if (!q)
    fatal(err_nomemory);
  return q;
}

/*
 * dupstr is like strdup, but with the never-return-NULL property
 * of smalloc (and also reliably defined in all environments :-)
 */
char *dupstr(char *s)
{
  char *r = smalloc(1 + strlen(s));
  strcpy(r, s);
  return r;
}

/*
 * Duplicate a linked list of words
 */
word *dup_word_list(word * w)
{
  word *head, **eptr = &head;

  while (w)
  {
    word *newwd = mknew(word);
    *newwd = *w;                /* structure copy */
    newwd->text = ustrdup(w->text);
    if (w->alt)
      newwd->alt = dup_word_list(w->alt);
    *eptr = newwd;
    newwd->next = NULL;
    eptr = &newwd->next;

    w = w->next;
  }

  return head;
}

/*
 * Free a linked list of words
 */
void free_word_list(word * w)
{
  word *t;
  while (w)
  {
    t = w;
    w = w->next;
    sfree(t->text);
    if (t->alt)
      free_word_list(t->alt);
    sfree(t);
  }
}

/*
 * Free a linked list of paragraphs
 */
void free_para_list(paragraph * p)
{
  paragraph *t;
  while (p)
  {
    t = p;
    p = p->next;
    sfree(t->keyword);
    free_word_list(t->words);
    sfree(t);
  }
}