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/* Check for interrupts */

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif

#include "myproto.h"
#include "intrcheck.h"


#ifdef QUICKWIN

#include <io.h>

void
initintr()
{
}

int
intrcheck()
{
	_wyield();
}

#define OK

#endif /* QUICKWIN */

#ifdef _M_IX86
#include <io.h>
#endif

#if defined(MSDOS) && !defined(QUICKWIN)

#ifdef __GNUC__

/* This is for DJGPP's GO32 extender.  I don't know how to trap
 * control-C  (There's no API for ctrl-C, and I don't want to mess with
 * the interrupt vectors.)  However, this DOES catch control-break.
 * --Amrit
 */

#include <go32.h>

void
initintr()
{
	_go32_want_ctrl_break(1 /* TRUE */);
}

int
intrcheck()
{
	return _go32_was_ctrl_break_hit();
}

#else /* !__GNUC__ */

/* This might work for MS-DOS (untested though): */

void
initintr()
{
}

int
intrcheck()
{
	int interrupted = 0;
	while (kbhit()) {
		if (getch() == '\003')
			interrupted = 1;
	}
	return interrupted;
}

#endif /* __GNUC__ */

#define OK

#endif /* MSDOS && !QUICKWIN */


#ifdef macintosh

/* The Mac interrupt code has moved to macglue.c */
#define OK

#endif /* macintosh */


#ifndef OK

/* Default version -- for real operating systems and for Standard C */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <signal.h>

static int interrupted;

void
PyErr_SetInterrupt()
{
	interrupted = 1;
}

/* ARGSUSED */
static RETSIGTYPE
#ifdef _M_IX86
intcatcher(int sig)	/* So the C compiler shuts up */
#else /* _M_IX86 */
intcatcher(sig)
	int sig; /* Not used by required by interface */
#endif /* _M_IX86 */
{
	extern void goaway PROTO((int));
	static char message[] =
"python: to interrupt a truly hanging Python program, interrupt once more.\n";
	switch (interrupted++) {
	case 0:
		break;
	case 1:
		write(2, message, strlen(message));
		break;
	case 2:
		interrupted = 0;
		goaway(1);
		break;
	}
	signal(SIGINT, intcatcher);
}

void
initintr()
{
	if (signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN) != SIG_IGN)
		signal(SIGINT, intcatcher);
#ifdef HAVE_SIGINTERRUPT
	/* This is for SunOS and other modern BSD derivatives.
	   It means that system calls (like read()) are not restarted
	   after an interrupt.  This is necessary so interrupting a
	   read() or readline() call works as expected.
	   XXX On old BSD (pure 4.2 or older) you may have to do this
	   differently! */
	siginterrupt(SIGINT, 1);
#endif /* HAVE_SIGINTERRUPT */
}

int
intrcheck()
{
	if (!interrupted)
		return 0;
	interrupted = 0;
	return 1;
}

#endif /* !OK */