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/* Time module */

#include "allobjects.h"
#include "modsupport.h"
#include "ceval.h"

#include "sigtype.h"

#include <signal.h>
#include <setjmp.h>

#ifdef BSD_TIME
#define HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY
#endif

#ifdef macintosh
#define NO_UNISTD
#endif

#ifndef NO_UNISTD
#include <unistd.h>
#endif

/* What happens here is not trivial.
   The BSD_TIME code needs <sys/time.h> (for struct timeval).
   The rest of the code needs only time_t, except some MS-DOS
   code which needs clock_t as well.
   Standard C says that time_t is defined in <time.h>, and
   does not have <sys/types.h>; THINK C agrees (MS-DOS too?).
   What's worse, in pure 4.3 BSD, older SunOS versions, and
   probably everything derived from BSD, you can't #include
   both <time.h> and <sys/time.h> in the same file, since
   <sys/time.h> includes <time.h> without any protection,
   and <time.h> contains a typedef, which can't be parsed twice!
   So on traditional UNIX systems we include <sys/types.h>
   and <sys/time.h> and hope this implies <time.h> and time_t,
   while on other systems, including conforming Standard C
   systems (where 'unix' can't be defined), we rely on <time.h>.
   Still one problem: BSD_TIME won't work with strict Standard C...
*/

#ifdef unix
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/time.h> /* Implies <time.h> everywhere, as far as I know */
#else /* !unix */
#include <time.h>
#endif /* !unix */

#ifdef DO_TIMES
#include <sys/times.h>
#include <sys/param.h>
#include <errno.h>
#endif

/* Time methods */

static object *
time_time(self, args)
	object *self;
	object *args;
{
#ifdef HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY
	struct timeval t;
	struct timezone tz;
	if (!getnoarg(args))
		return NULL;
	if (gettimeofday(&t, &tz) != 0) {
		err_errno(IOError);
		return NULL;
	}
	return newfloatobject(t.tv_sec*1.0 + t.tv_usec*0.000001);
#else /* !HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY */
	time_t secs;
	if (!getnoarg(args))
		return NULL;
	time(&secs);
#ifdef macintosh
/* The Mac epoch is 1904, while UNIX uses 1970; Python prefers 1970 */
/* Moreover, the Mac returns local time.  This we cannot fix... */
#define TIMEDIFF ((time_t) \
	(((1970-1904)*365L + (1970-1904)/4) * 24 * 3600))
	secs -= TIMEDIFF;
#endif
	return newfloatobject((double)secs);
#endif /* !HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY */
}

static jmp_buf sleep_intr;

/* ARGSUSED */
static void
sleep_catcher(sig)
	int sig; /* Not used but required by interface */
{
	longjmp(sleep_intr, 1);
}

static object *
time_sleep(self, args)
	object *self;
	object *args;
{
	double secs;
	SIGTYPE (*sigsave)() = 0; /* Initialized to shut lint up */
	if (!getargs(args, "d", &secs))
		return NULL;
	BGN_SAVE
	if (setjmp(sleep_intr)) {
		RET_SAVE
		signal(SIGINT, sigsave);
		err_set(KeyboardInterrupt);
		return NULL;
	}
	sigsave = signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN);
	if (sigsave != (SIGTYPE (*)()) SIG_IGN)
		signal(SIGINT, sleep_catcher);
	floatsleep(secs);
	END_SAVE
	signal(SIGINT, sigsave);
	INCREF(None);
	return None;
}

#ifdef macintosh
#define DO_MILLI
#endif

#ifdef AMOEBA
#define DO_MILLI
extern long sys_milli();
#define millitimer sys_milli
#endif /* AMOEBA */

#ifdef BSD_TIME
#define DO_MILLI
#endif /* BSD_TIME */

#ifdef TURBO_C
#define DO_MILLI
#endif

#ifdef DO_MILLI

static object *
time_millisleep(self, args)
	object *self;
	object *args;
{
	long msecs;
	SIGTYPE (*sigsave)();
	if (!getlongarg(args, &msecs))
		return NULL;
	BGN_SAVE
	if (setjmp(sleep_intr)) {
		RET_SAVE
		signal(SIGINT, sigsave);
		err_set(KeyboardInterrupt);
		return NULL;
	}
	sigsave = signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN);
	if (sigsave != (SIGTYPE (*)()) SIG_IGN)
		signal(SIGINT, sleep_catcher);
	floatsleep(msecs / 1000.0);
	END_SAVE
	signal(SIGINT, sigsave);
	INCREF(None);
	return None;
}

static object *
time_millitimer(self, args)
	object *self;
	object *args;
{
	long msecs;
	extern long millitimer();
	if (!getnoarg(args))
		return NULL;
	msecs = millitimer();
	return newintobject(msecs);
}

#endif /* DO_MILLI */

#ifdef DO_TIMES

static object *
time_times(self, args)
	object *self;
	object *args;
{
	struct tms t;
	clock_t c;
	object *tuple;
	if (!getnoarg(args))
		return NULL;
	errno = 0;
	c = times(&t);
	if (c == (clock_t) -1) {
		err_errno(IOError);
		return NULL;
	}
	tuple = newtupleobject(4);
	if (tuple == NULL)
		return NULL;
	settupleitem(tuple, 0, newfloatobject((double)t.tms_utime / HZ));
	settupleitem(tuple, 1, newfloatobject((double)t.tms_stime / HZ));
	settupleitem(tuple, 2, newfloatobject((double)t.tms_cutime / HZ));
	settupleitem(tuple, 3, newfloatobject((double)t.tms_cstime / HZ));
	if (err_occurred()) {
		DECREF(tuple);
		return NULL;
	}
	return tuple;
}

#endif


static struct methodlist time_methods[] = {
#ifdef DO_MILLI
	{"millisleep",	time_millisleep},
	{"millitimer",	time_millitimer},
#endif /* DO_MILLI */
#ifdef DO_TIMES
	{"times",	time_times},
#endif
	{"sleep",	time_sleep},
	{"time",	time_time},
	{NULL,		NULL}		/* sentinel */
};


void
inittime()
{
	initmodule("time", time_methods);
}


#ifdef macintosh

#define MacTicks	(* (long *)0x16A)

#ifdef THINK_C_3_0
sleep(secs)
	int secs;
{
	register long deadline;
	
	deadline = MacTicks + mecs * 60;
	while (MacTicks < deadline) {
		if (intrcheck())
			sleep_catcher(SIGINT);
	}
}
#endif

floatsleep(secs)
	double secs;
{
	register long deadline;
	
	deadline = MacTicks + long(secs * 60.0);
	while (MacTicks < deadline) {
		if (intrcheck())
			sleep_catcher(SIGINT);
	}
}

long
millitimer()
{
	return MacTicks * 50 / 3; /* MacTicks * 1000 / 60 */
}

#endif /* macintosh */


#ifdef BSD_TIME

#include "myselect.h" /* Implies <sys/types.h>, <sys/time.h>, <sys/param.h> */

long
millitimer()
{
	struct timeval t;
	struct timezone tz;
	if (gettimeofday(&t, &tz) != 0)
		return -1;
	return t.tv_sec*1000 + t.tv_usec/1000;
}

floatsleep(secs)
	double secs;
{
	struct timeval t;
	double frac;
	extern double fmod PROTO((double, double));
	extern double floor PROTO((double));
	frac = fmod(secs, 1.0);
	secs = floor(secs);
	t.tv_sec = (long)secs;
	t.tv_usec = (long)(frac*1000000.0);
	(void) select(0, (fd_set *)0, (fd_set *)0, (fd_set *)0, &t);
}

#endif /* BSD_TIME */


#ifdef TURBO_C /* Maybe also for MS-DOS? */

#ifndef CLOCKS_PER_SEC
#define CLOCKS_PER_SEC 55	/* 54.945 msec per tick (18.2 HZ clock) */
#endif

static
floatsleep(secs)
	double secs;
{
	delay(long(secs/1000.0));
}

static long
millitimer()
{
	clock_t ticks;

	ticks = clock();	/* ticks since program start */
	return ticks * CLOCKS_PER_SEC;/* XXX shouldn't this be different? */
}

#endif /* TURBO_C */