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8 Makefile
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+
+all: compile
+
+compile:
+ ./rebar compile eunit
+
+clean:
+ ./rebar clean
90 c_src/bitcask_nifs.c
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+// -------------------------------------------------------------------
+//
+// bitcask: Eric Brewer-inspired key/value store
+//
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Basho Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// innostore 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 of the License, or
+// (at your option) any later version.
+//
+// innostore is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+// GNU General Public License for more details.
+//
+// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+// along with innostore. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+//
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+#include "erl_nif.h"
+#include "uthash.h"
+
+static ErlNifResourceType* bitcask_keydir_RESOURCE;
+
+typedef struct
+{
+} bitcask_keydir_entry;
+
+typedef struct
+{
+} bitcask_keydir_handle;
+
+// Prototypes
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_new(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[]);
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_get(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[]);
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_put(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[]);
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_remove(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[]);
+
+
+static ErlNifFunc nif_funcs[] =
+{
+ {"keydir_new", 0, bitcask_nifs_keydir_new},
+ {"keydir_get", 1, bitcask_nifs_keydir_get},
+ {"keydir_put", 1, bitcask_nifs_keydir_put},
+ {"keydir_remove", 1, bitcask_nifs_keydir_remove}
+};
+
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_new(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[])
+{
+ bitcask_keydir_handle* handle = enif_alloc_resource(env,
+ bitcask_keydir_RESOURCE,
+ sizeof(bitcask_keydir_handle));
+ ERL_NIF_TERM result = enif_make_resource(env, handle);
+ enif_release_resource(env, handle);
+ return enif_make_tuple2(env, enif_make_atom(env, "ok"), result);
+}
+
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_get(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[])
+{
+ return enif_make_atom(env, "ok");
+}
+
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_put(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[])
+{
+ return enif_make_atom(env, "ok");
+}
+
+
+ERL_NIF_TERM bitcask_nifs_keydir_remove(ErlNifEnv* env, int argc, const ERL_NIF_TERM argv[])
+{
+ return enif_make_atom(env, "ok");
+}
+
+static void bitcask_nifs_keydir_resource_cleanup(ErlNifEnv* env, void* arg)
+{
+ bitcask_keydir_handle* handle = (bitcask_keydir_handle*)arg;
+}
+
+static int on_load(ErlNifEnv* env, void** priv_data, ERL_NIF_TERM load_info)
+{
+ bitcask_keydir_RESOURCE = enif_open_resource_type(env, "bitcask_keydir_resource",
+ &bitcask_nifs_keydir_resource_cleanup,
+ ERL_NIF_RT_CREATE | ERL_NIF_RT_TAKEOVER,
+ 0);
+ return 0;
+}
+
+ERL_NIF_INIT(bitcask_nifs, nif_funcs, &on_load, NULL, NULL, NULL);
927 c_src/uthash.h
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+/*
+Copyright (c) 2003-2009, Troy D. Hanson http://uthash.sourceforge.net
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+ * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS
+IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
+TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
+PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER
+OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
+EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
+PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
+NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
+SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+
+#ifndef UTHASH_H
+#define UTHASH_H
+
+#include <string.h> /* memcmp,strlen */
+#include <stddef.h> /* ptrdiff_t */
+#include <inttypes.h> /* uint32_t etc */
+
+#define UTHASH_VERSION 1.8
+
+/* C++ requires extra stringent casting */
+#if defined __cplusplus
+#define TYPEOF(x) (typeof(x))
+#else
+#define TYPEOF(x)
+#endif
+
+
+#define uthash_fatal(msg) exit(-1) /* fatal error (out of memory,etc) */
+#define uthash_malloc(sz) malloc(sz) /* malloc fcn */
+#define uthash_free(ptr) free(ptr) /* free fcn */
+
+#define uthash_noexpand_fyi(tbl) /* can be defined to log noexpand */
+#define uthash_expand_fyi(tbl) /* can be defined to log expands */
+
+/* initial number of buckets */
+#define HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS 32 /* initial number of buckets */
+#define HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS_LOG2 5 /* lg2 of initial number of buckets */
+#define HASH_BKT_CAPACITY_THRESH 10 /* expand when bucket count reaches */
+
+/* calculate the element whose hash handle address is hhe */
+#define ELMT_FROM_HH(tbl,hhp) ((void*)(((char*)hhp) - (tbl)->hho))
+
+#define HASH_FIND(hh,head,keyptr,keylen,out) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _hf_bkt,_hf_hashv; \
+ out=TYPEOF(out)NULL; \
+ if (head) { \
+ HASH_FCN(keyptr,keylen, (head)->hh.tbl->num_buckets, _hf_hashv, _hf_bkt); \
+ if (HASH_BLOOM_TEST((head)->hh.tbl, _hf_hashv)) { \
+ HASH_FIND_IN_BKT((head)->hh.tbl, hh, (head)->hh.tbl->buckets[ _hf_bkt ], \
+ keyptr,keylen,out); \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+#ifdef HASH_BLOOM
+#define HASH_BLOOM_BITLEN (1ULL << HASH_BLOOM)
+#define HASH_BLOOM_BYTELEN (HASH_BLOOM_BITLEN/8) + ((HASH_BLOOM_BITLEN%8) ? 1:0)
+#define HASH_BLOOM_MAKE(tbl) \
+do { \
+ (tbl)->bloom_nbits = HASH_BLOOM; \
+ (tbl)->bloom_bv = (uint8_t*)uthash_malloc(HASH_BLOOM_BYTELEN); \
+ if (!((tbl)->bloom_bv)) { uthash_fatal( "out of memory"); } \
+ memset((tbl)->bloom_bv, 0, HASH_BLOOM_BYTELEN); \
+ (tbl)->bloom_sig = HASH_BLOOM_SIGNATURE; \
+} while (0);
+
+#define HASH_BLOOM_FREE(tbl) \
+do { \
+ uthash_free((tbl)->bloom_bv); \
+} while (0);
+
+#define HASH_BLOOM_BITSET(bv,idx) (bv[(idx)/8] |= (1U << ((idx)%8)))
+#define HASH_BLOOM_BITTEST(bv,idx) (bv[(idx)/8] & (1U << ((idx)%8)))
+
+#define HASH_BLOOM_ADD(tbl,hashv) \
+ HASH_BLOOM_BITSET((tbl)->bloom_bv, (hashv & (uint32_t)((1ULL << (tbl)->bloom_nbits) - 1)))
+
+#define HASH_BLOOM_TEST(tbl,hashv) \
+ HASH_BLOOM_BITTEST((tbl)->bloom_bv, (hashv & (uint32_t)((1ULL << (tbl)->bloom_nbits) - 1)))
+
+#else
+#define HASH_BLOOM_MAKE(tbl)
+#define HASH_BLOOM_FREE(tbl)
+#define HASH_BLOOM_ADD(tbl,hashv)
+#define HASH_BLOOM_TEST(tbl,hashv) (1)
+#endif
+
+#define HASH_MAKE_TABLE(hh,head) \
+do { \
+ (head)->hh.tbl = (UT_hash_table*)uthash_malloc( \
+ sizeof(UT_hash_table)); \
+ if (!((head)->hh.tbl)) { uthash_fatal( "out of memory"); } \
+ memset((head)->hh.tbl, 0, sizeof(UT_hash_table)); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->tail = &((head)->hh); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->num_buckets = HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS; \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->log2_num_buckets = HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS_LOG2; \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho = (char*)(&(head)->hh) - (char*)(head); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->buckets = (UT_hash_bucket*)uthash_malloc( \
+ HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS*sizeof(struct UT_hash_bucket)); \
+ if (! (head)->hh.tbl->buckets) { uthash_fatal( "out of memory"); } \
+ memset((head)->hh.tbl->buckets, 0, \
+ HASH_INITIAL_NUM_BUCKETS*sizeof(struct UT_hash_bucket)); \
+ HASH_BLOOM_MAKE((head)->hh.tbl); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->signature = HASH_SIGNATURE; \
+} while(0)
+
+#define HASH_ADD(hh,head,fieldname,keylen_in,add) \
+ HASH_ADD_KEYPTR(hh,head,&add->fieldname,keylen_in,add)
+
+#define HASH_ADD_KEYPTR(hh,head,keyptr,keylen_in,add) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _ha_bkt; \
+ (add)->hh.next = NULL; \
+ (add)->hh.key = (char*)keyptr; \
+ (add)->hh.keylen = keylen_in; \
+ if (!(head)) { \
+ head = (add); \
+ (head)->hh.prev = NULL; \
+ HASH_MAKE_TABLE(hh,head); \
+ } else { \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->tail->next = (add); \
+ (add)->hh.prev = ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl, (head)->hh.tbl->tail); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->tail = &((add)->hh); \
+ } \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->num_items++; \
+ (add)->hh.tbl = (head)->hh.tbl; \
+ HASH_FCN(keyptr,keylen_in, (head)->hh.tbl->num_buckets, \
+ (add)->hh.hashv, _ha_bkt); \
+ HASH_ADD_TO_BKT((head)->hh.tbl->buckets[_ha_bkt],&(add)->hh); \
+ HASH_BLOOM_ADD((head)->hh.tbl,(add)->hh.hashv); \
+ HASH_EMIT_KEY(hh,head,keyptr,keylen_in); \
+ HASH_FSCK(hh,head); \
+} while(0)
+
+#define HASH_TO_BKT( hashv, num_bkts, bkt ) \
+do { \
+ bkt = ((hashv) & ((num_bkts) - 1)); \
+} while(0)
+
+/* delete "delptr" from the hash table.
+ * "the usual" patch-up process for the app-order doubly-linked-list.
+ * The use of _hd_hh_del below deserves special explanation.
+ * These used to be expressed using (delptr) but that led to a bug
+ * if someone used the same symbol for the head and deletee, like
+ * HASH_DELETE(hh,users,users);
+ * We want that to work, but by changing the head (users) below
+ * we were forfeiting our ability to further refer to the deletee (users)
+ * in the patch-up process. Solution: use scratch space in the table to
+ * copy the deletee pointer, then the latter references are via that
+ * scratch pointer rather than through the repointed (users) symbol.
+ */
+#define HASH_DELETE(hh,head,delptr) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _hd_bkt; \
+ struct UT_hash_handle *_hd_hh_del; \
+ if ( ((delptr)->hh.prev == NULL) && ((delptr)->hh.next == NULL) ) { \
+ uthash_free((head)->hh.tbl->buckets ); \
+ HASH_BLOOM_FREE((head)->hh.tbl); \
+ uthash_free((head)->hh.tbl); \
+ head = NULL; \
+ } else { \
+ _hd_hh_del = &((delptr)->hh); \
+ if ((delptr) == ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl,(head)->hh.tbl->tail)) { \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->tail = \
+ (UT_hash_handle*)((char*)((delptr)->hh.prev) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho); \
+ } \
+ if ((delptr)->hh.prev) { \
+ ((UT_hash_handle*)((char*)((delptr)->hh.prev) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho))->next = (delptr)->hh.next; \
+ } else { \
+ head = TYPEOF(head)((delptr)->hh.next); \
+ } \
+ if (_hd_hh_del->next) { \
+ ((UT_hash_handle*)((char*)_hd_hh_del->next + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho))->prev = \
+ _hd_hh_del->prev; \
+ } \
+ HASH_TO_BKT( _hd_hh_del->hashv, (head)->hh.tbl->num_buckets, _hd_bkt); \
+ HASH_DEL_IN_BKT(hh,(head)->hh.tbl->buckets[_hd_bkt], _hd_hh_del); \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->num_items--; \
+ } \
+ HASH_FSCK(hh,head); \
+} while (0)
+
+
+/* convenience forms of HASH_FIND/HASH_ADD/HASH_DEL */
+#define HASH_FIND_STR(head,findstr,out) \
+ HASH_FIND(hh,head,findstr,strlen(findstr),out)
+#define HASH_ADD_STR(head,strfield,add) \
+ HASH_ADD(hh,head,strfield,strlen(add->strfield),add)
+#define HASH_FIND_INT(head,findint,out) \
+ HASH_FIND(hh,head,findint,sizeof(int),out)
+#define HASH_ADD_INT(head,intfield,add) \
+ HASH_ADD(hh,head,intfield,sizeof(int),add)
+#define HASH_DEL(head,delptr) \
+ HASH_DELETE(hh,head,delptr)
+
+/* HASH_FSCK checks hash integrity on every add/delete when HASH_DEBUG is defined.
+ * This is for uthash developer only; it compiles away if HASH_DEBUG isn't defined.
+ */
+#ifdef HASH_DEBUG
+#define HASH_OOPS(...) do { fprintf(stderr,__VA_ARGS__); exit(-1); } while (0)
+#define HASH_FSCK(hh,head) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _bkt_i; \
+ unsigned _count, _bkt_count; \
+ char *_prev; \
+ struct UT_hash_handle *_thh; \
+ if (head) { \
+ _count = 0; \
+ for( _bkt_i = 0; _bkt_i < (head)->hh.tbl->num_buckets; _bkt_i++) { \
+ _bkt_count = 0; \
+ _thh = (head)->hh.tbl->buckets[_bkt_i].hh_head; \
+ _prev = NULL; \
+ while (_thh) { \
+ if (_prev != (char*)(_thh->hh_prev)) { \
+ HASH_OOPS("invalid hh_prev %p, actual %p\n", \
+ _thh->hh_prev, _prev ); \
+ } \
+ _bkt_count++; \
+ _prev = (char*)(_thh); \
+ _thh = _thh->hh_next; \
+ } \
+ _count += _bkt_count; \
+ if ((head)->hh.tbl->buckets[_bkt_i].count != _bkt_count) { \
+ HASH_OOPS("invalid bucket count %d, actual %d\n", \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->buckets[_bkt_i].count, _bkt_count); \
+ } \
+ } \
+ if (_count != (head)->hh.tbl->num_items) { \
+ HASH_OOPS("invalid hh item count %d, actual %d\n", \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->num_items, _count ); \
+ } \
+ /* traverse hh in app order; check next/prev integrity, count */ \
+ _count = 0; \
+ _prev = NULL; \
+ _thh = &(head)->hh; \
+ while (_thh) { \
+ _count++; \
+ if (_prev !=(char*)(_thh->prev)) { \
+ HASH_OOPS("invalid prev %p, actual %p\n", \
+ _thh->prev, _prev ); \
+ } \
+ _prev = (char*)ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl, _thh); \
+ _thh = ( _thh->next ? (UT_hash_handle*)((char*)(_thh->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho) : NULL ); \
+ } \
+ if (_count != (head)->hh.tbl->num_items) { \
+ HASH_OOPS("invalid app item count %d, actual %d\n", \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->num_items, _count ); \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+#else
+#define HASH_FSCK(hh,head)
+#endif
+
+/* When compiled with -DHASH_EMIT_KEYS, length-prefixed keys are emitted to
+ * the descriptor to which this macro is defined for tuning the hash function.
+ * The app can #include <unistd.h> to get the prototype for write(2). */
+#ifdef HASH_EMIT_KEYS
+#define HASH_EMIT_KEY(hh,head,keyptr,fieldlen) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _klen = fieldlen; \
+ write(HASH_EMIT_KEYS, &_klen, sizeof(_klen)); \
+ write(HASH_EMIT_KEYS, keyptr, fieldlen); \
+} while (0)
+#else
+#define HASH_EMIT_KEY(hh,head,keyptr,fieldlen)
+#endif
+
+/* default to Jenkin's hash unless overridden e.g. DHASH_FUNCTION=HASH_SAX */
+#ifdef HASH_FUNCTION
+#define HASH_FCN HASH_FUNCTION
+#else
+#define HASH_FCN HASH_JEN
+#endif
+
+/* The Bernstein hash function, used in Perl prior to v5.6 */
+#define HASH_BER(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _hb_keylen=keylen; \
+ char *_hb_key=(char*)key; \
+ (hashv) = 0; \
+ while (_hb_keylen--) { (hashv) = ((hashv) * 33) + *_hb_key++; } \
+ bkt = (hashv) & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while (0)
+
+
+/* SAX/FNV/OAT/JEN hash functions are macro variants of those listed at
+ * http://eternallyconfuzzled.com/tuts/algorithms/jsw_tut_hashing.aspx */
+#define HASH_SAX(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _sx_i; \
+ char *_hs_key=(char*)key; \
+ hashv = 0; \
+ for(_sx_i=0; _sx_i < keylen; _sx_i++) \
+ hashv ^= (hashv << 5) + (hashv >> 2) + _hs_key[_sx_i]; \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while (0)
+
+#define HASH_FNV(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _fn_i; \
+ char *_hf_key=(char*)key; \
+ hashv = 2166136261UL; \
+ for(_fn_i=0; _fn_i < keylen; _fn_i++) \
+ hashv = (hashv * 16777619) ^ _hf_key[_fn_i]; \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0);
+
+#define HASH_OAT(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _ho_i; \
+ char *_ho_key=(char*)key; \
+ hashv = 0; \
+ for(_ho_i=0; _ho_i < keylen; _ho_i++) { \
+ hashv += _ho_key[_ho_i]; \
+ hashv += (hashv << 10); \
+ hashv ^= (hashv >> 6); \
+ } \
+ hashv += (hashv << 3); \
+ hashv ^= (hashv >> 11); \
+ hashv += (hashv << 15); \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0)
+
+#define HASH_JEN_MIX(a,b,c) \
+do { \
+ a -= b; a -= c; a ^= ( c >> 13 ); \
+ b -= c; b -= a; b ^= ( a << 8 ); \
+ c -= a; c -= b; c ^= ( b >> 13 ); \
+ a -= b; a -= c; a ^= ( c >> 12 ); \
+ b -= c; b -= a; b ^= ( a << 16 ); \
+ c -= a; c -= b; c ^= ( b >> 5 ); \
+ a -= b; a -= c; a ^= ( c >> 3 ); \
+ b -= c; b -= a; b ^= ( a << 10 ); \
+ c -= a; c -= b; c ^= ( b >> 15 ); \
+} while (0)
+
+#define HASH_JEN(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _hj_i,_hj_j,_hj_k; \
+ char *_hj_key=(char*)key; \
+ hashv = 0xfeedbeef; \
+ _hj_i = _hj_j = 0x9e3779b9; \
+ _hj_k = keylen; \
+ while (_hj_k >= 12) { \
+ _hj_i += (_hj_key[0] + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[1] << 8 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[2] << 16 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[3] << 24 ) ); \
+ _hj_j += (_hj_key[4] + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[5] << 8 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[6] << 16 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[7] << 24 ) ); \
+ hashv += (_hj_key[8] + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[9] << 8 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[10] << 16 ) \
+ + ( (unsigned)_hj_key[11] << 24 ) ); \
+ \
+ HASH_JEN_MIX(_hj_i, _hj_j, hashv); \
+ \
+ _hj_key += 12; \
+ _hj_k -= 12; \
+ } \
+ hashv += keylen; \
+ switch ( _hj_k ) { \
+ case 11: hashv += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[10] << 24 ); \
+ case 10: hashv += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[9] << 16 ); \
+ case 9: hashv += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[8] << 8 ); \
+ case 8: _hj_j += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[7] << 24 ); \
+ case 7: _hj_j += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[6] << 16 ); \
+ case 6: _hj_j += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[5] << 8 ); \
+ case 5: _hj_j += _hj_key[4]; \
+ case 4: _hj_i += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[3] << 24 ); \
+ case 3: _hj_i += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[2] << 16 ); \
+ case 2: _hj_i += ( (unsigned)_hj_key[1] << 8 ); \
+ case 1: _hj_i += _hj_key[0]; \
+ } \
+ HASH_JEN_MIX(_hj_i, _hj_j, hashv); \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0)
+
+/* The Paul Hsieh hash function */
+#undef get16bits
+#if (defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__i386__)) || defined(__WATCOMC__) \
+ || defined(_MSC_VER) || defined (__BORLANDC__) || defined (__TURBOC__)
+#define get16bits(d) (*((const uint16_t *) (d)))
+#endif
+
+#if !defined (get16bits)
+#define get16bits(d) ((((uint32_t)(((const uint8_t *)(d))[1])) << 8) \
+ +(uint32_t)(((const uint8_t *)(d))[0]) )
+#endif
+#define HASH_SFH(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ char *_sfh_key=(char*)key; \
+ uint32_t _sfh_tmp, _sfh_len = keylen; \
+ \
+ int _sfh_rem = _sfh_len & 3; \
+ _sfh_len >>= 2; \
+ hashv = 0xcafebabe; \
+ \
+ /* Main loop */ \
+ for (;_sfh_len > 0; _sfh_len--) { \
+ hashv += get16bits (_sfh_key); \
+ _sfh_tmp = (get16bits (_sfh_key+2) << 11) ^ hashv; \
+ hashv = (hashv << 16) ^ _sfh_tmp; \
+ _sfh_key += 2*sizeof (uint16_t); \
+ hashv += hashv >> 11; \
+ } \
+ \
+ /* Handle end cases */ \
+ switch (_sfh_rem) { \
+ case 3: hashv += get16bits (_sfh_key); \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 16; \
+ hashv ^= _sfh_key[sizeof (uint16_t)] << 18; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 11; \
+ break; \
+ case 2: hashv += get16bits (_sfh_key); \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 11; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 17; \
+ break; \
+ case 1: hashv += *_sfh_key; \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 10; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 1; \
+ } \
+ \
+ /* Force "avalanching" of final 127 bits */ \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 3; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 5; \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 4; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 17; \
+ hashv ^= hashv << 25; \
+ hashv += hashv >> 6; \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0);
+
+#ifdef HASH_USING_NO_STRICT_ALIASING
+/* The MurmurHash exploits some CPU's (e.g. x86) tolerance for unaligned reads.
+ * For other types of CPU's (e.g. Sparc) an unaligned read causes a bus error.
+ * So MurmurHash comes in two versions, the faster unaligned one and the slower
+ * aligned one. We only use the faster one on CPU's where we know it's safe.
+ *
+ * Note the preprocessor built-in defines can be emitted using:
+ *
+ * gcc -m64 -dM -E - < /dev/null (on gcc)
+ * cc -## a.c (where a.c is a simple test file) (Sun Studio)
+ */
+#if (defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__))
+#define HASH_MUR HASH_MUR_UNALIGNED
+#else
+#define HASH_MUR HASH_MUR_ALIGNED
+#endif
+
+/* Appleby's MurmurHash fast version for unaligned-tolerant archs like i386 */
+#define HASH_MUR_UNALIGNED(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ const unsigned int _mur_m = 0x5bd1e995; \
+ const int _mur_r = 24; \
+ hashv = 0xcafebabe ^ keylen; \
+ char *_mur_key = (char *)key; \
+ uint32_t _mur_tmp, _mur_len = keylen; \
+ \
+ for (;_mur_len >= 4; _mur_len-=4) { \
+ _mur_tmp = *(uint32_t *)_mur_key; \
+ _mur_tmp *= _mur_m; \
+ _mur_tmp ^= _mur_tmp >> _mur_r; \
+ _mur_tmp *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= _mur_tmp; \
+ _mur_key += 4; \
+ } \
+ \
+ switch(_mur_len) \
+ { \
+ case 3: hashv ^= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: hashv ^= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 1: hashv ^= _mur_key[0]; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ }; \
+ \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 13; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 15; \
+ \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0)
+
+/* Appleby's MurmurHash version for alignment-sensitive archs like Sparc */
+#define HASH_MUR_ALIGNED(key,keylen,num_bkts,hashv,bkt) \
+do { \
+ const unsigned int _mur_m = 0x5bd1e995; \
+ const int _mur_r = 24; \
+ hashv = 0xcafebabe ^ keylen; \
+ char *_mur_key = (char *)key; \
+ uint32_t _mur_len = keylen; \
+ int _mur_align = (int)_mur_key & 3; \
+ \
+ if (_mur_align && (_mur_len >= 4)) { \
+ unsigned _mur_t = 0, _mur_d = 0; \
+ switch(_mur_align) { \
+ case 1: _mur_t |= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: _mur_t |= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 3: _mur_t |= _mur_key[0]; \
+ } \
+ _mur_t <<= (8 * _mur_align); \
+ _mur_key += 4-_mur_align; \
+ _mur_len -= 4-_mur_align; \
+ int _mur_sl = 8 * (4-_mur_align); \
+ int _mur_sr = 8 * _mur_align; \
+ \
+ for (;_mur_len >= 4; _mur_len-=4) { \
+ _mur_d = *(unsigned *)_mur_key; \
+ _mur_t = (_mur_t >> _mur_sr) | (_mur_d << _mur_sl); \
+ unsigned _mur_k = _mur_t; \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ _mur_k ^= _mur_k >> _mur_r; \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= _mur_k; \
+ _mur_t = _mur_d; \
+ _mur_key += 4; \
+ } \
+ _mur_d = 0; \
+ if(_mur_len >= _mur_align) { \
+ switch(_mur_align) { \
+ case 3: _mur_d |= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: _mur_d |= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 1: _mur_d |= _mur_key[0]; \
+ } \
+ unsigned _mur_k = (_mur_t >> _mur_sr) | (_mur_d << _mur_sl); \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ _mur_k ^= _mur_k >> _mur_r; \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= _mur_k; \
+ _mur_k += _mur_align; \
+ _mur_len -= _mur_align; \
+ \
+ switch(_mur_len) \
+ { \
+ case 3: hashv ^= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: hashv ^= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 1: hashv ^= _mur_key[0]; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ } \
+ } else { \
+ switch(_mur_len) \
+ { \
+ case 3: _mur_d ^= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: _mur_d ^= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 1: _mur_d ^= _mur_key[0]; \
+ case 0: hashv ^= (_mur_t >> _mur_sr) | (_mur_d << _mur_sl); \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ } \
+ } \
+ \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 13; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 15; \
+ } else { \
+ for (;_mur_len >= 4; _mur_len-=4) { \
+ unsigned _mur_k = *(unsigned*)_mur_key; \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ _mur_k ^= _mur_k >> _mur_r; \
+ _mur_k *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= _mur_k; \
+ _mur_key += 4; \
+ } \
+ switch(_mur_len) \
+ { \
+ case 3: hashv ^= _mur_key[2] << 16; \
+ case 2: hashv ^= _mur_key[1] << 8; \
+ case 1: hashv ^= _mur_key[0]; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ } \
+ \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 13; \
+ hashv *= _mur_m; \
+ hashv ^= hashv >> 15; \
+ } \
+ bkt = hashv & (num_bkts-1); \
+} while(0)
+#endif /* HASH_USING_NO_STRICT_ALIASING */
+
+/* key comparison function; return 0 if keys equal */
+#define HASH_KEYCMP(a,b,len) memcmp(a,b,len)
+
+/* iterate over items in a known bucket to find desired item */
+#define HASH_FIND_IN_BKT(tbl,hh,head,keyptr,keylen_in,out) \
+out = TYPEOF(out)((head.hh_head) ? ELMT_FROM_HH(tbl,head.hh_head) : NULL); \
+while (out) { \
+ if (out->hh.keylen == keylen_in) { \
+ if ((HASH_KEYCMP(out->hh.key,keyptr,keylen_in)) == 0) break; \
+ } \
+ out= TYPEOF(out)((out->hh.hh_next) ? \
+ ELMT_FROM_HH(tbl,out->hh.hh_next) : NULL); \
+}
+
+/* add an item to a bucket */
+#define HASH_ADD_TO_BKT(head,addhh) \
+do { \
+ head.count++; \
+ (addhh)->hh_next = head.hh_head; \
+ (addhh)->hh_prev = NULL; \
+ if (head.hh_head) { (head).hh_head->hh_prev = (addhh); } \
+ (head).hh_head=addhh; \
+ if (head.count >= ((head.expand_mult+1) * HASH_BKT_CAPACITY_THRESH) \
+ && (addhh)->tbl->noexpand != 1) { \
+ HASH_EXPAND_BUCKETS((addhh)->tbl); \
+ } \
+} while(0)
+
+/* remove an item from a given bucket */
+#define HASH_DEL_IN_BKT(hh,head,hh_del) \
+ (head).count--; \
+ if ((head).hh_head == hh_del) { \
+ (head).hh_head = hh_del->hh_next; \
+ } \
+ if (hh_del->hh_prev) { \
+ hh_del->hh_prev->hh_next = hh_del->hh_next; \
+ } \
+ if (hh_del->hh_next) { \
+ hh_del->hh_next->hh_prev = hh_del->hh_prev; \
+ }
+
+/* Bucket expansion has the effect of doubling the number of buckets
+ * and redistributing the items into the new buckets. Ideally the
+ * items will distribute more or less evenly into the new buckets
+ * (the extent to which this is true is a measure of the quality of
+ * the hash function as it applies to the key domain).
+ *
+ * With the items distributed into more buckets, the chain length
+ * (item count) in each bucket is reduced. Thus by expanding buckets
+ * the hash keeps a bound on the chain length. This bounded chain
+ * length is the essence of how a hash provides constant time lookup.
+ *
+ * The calculation of tbl->ideal_chain_maxlen below deserves some
+ * explanation. First, keep in mind that we're calculating the ideal
+ * maximum chain length based on the *new* (doubled) bucket count.
+ * In fractions this is just n/b (n=number of items,b=new num buckets).
+ * Since the ideal chain length is an integer, we want to calculate
+ * ceil(n/b). We don't depend on floating point arithmetic in this
+ * hash, so to calculate ceil(n/b) with integers we could write
+ *
+ * ceil(n/b) = (n/b) + ((n%b)?1:0)
+ *
+ * and in fact a previous version of this hash did just that.
+ * But now we have improved things a bit by recognizing that b is
+ * always a power of two. We keep its base 2 log handy (call it lb),
+ * so now we can write this with a bit shift and logical AND:
+ *
+ * ceil(n/b) = (n>>lb) + ( (n & (b-1)) ? 1:0)
+ *
+ */
+#define HASH_EXPAND_BUCKETS(tbl) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _he_bkt; \
+ unsigned _he_bkt_i; \
+ struct UT_hash_handle *_he_thh, *_he_hh_nxt; \
+ UT_hash_bucket *_he_new_buckets, *_he_newbkt; \
+ _he_new_buckets = (UT_hash_bucket*)uthash_malloc( \
+ 2 * tbl->num_buckets * sizeof(struct UT_hash_bucket)); \
+ if (!_he_new_buckets) { uthash_fatal( "out of memory"); } \
+ memset(_he_new_buckets, 0, \
+ 2 * tbl->num_buckets * sizeof(struct UT_hash_bucket)); \
+ tbl->ideal_chain_maxlen = \
+ (tbl->num_items >> (tbl->log2_num_buckets+1)) + \
+ ((tbl->num_items & ((tbl->num_buckets*2)-1)) ? 1 : 0); \
+ tbl->nonideal_items = 0; \
+ for(_he_bkt_i = 0; _he_bkt_i < tbl->num_buckets; _he_bkt_i++) \
+ { \
+ _he_thh = tbl->buckets[ _he_bkt_i ].hh_head; \
+ while (_he_thh) { \
+ _he_hh_nxt = _he_thh->hh_next; \
+ HASH_TO_BKT( _he_thh->hashv, tbl->num_buckets*2, _he_bkt); \
+ _he_newbkt = &(_he_new_buckets[ _he_bkt ]); \
+ if (++(_he_newbkt->count) > tbl->ideal_chain_maxlen) { \
+ tbl->nonideal_items++; \
+ _he_newbkt->expand_mult = _he_newbkt->count / \
+ tbl->ideal_chain_maxlen; \
+ } \
+ _he_thh->hh_prev = NULL; \
+ _he_thh->hh_next = _he_newbkt->hh_head; \
+ if (_he_newbkt->hh_head) _he_newbkt->hh_head->hh_prev = \
+ _he_thh; \
+ _he_newbkt->hh_head = _he_thh; \
+ _he_thh = _he_hh_nxt; \
+ } \
+ } \
+ tbl->num_buckets *= 2; \
+ tbl->log2_num_buckets++; \
+ uthash_free( tbl->buckets ); \
+ tbl->buckets = _he_new_buckets; \
+ tbl->ineff_expands = (tbl->nonideal_items > (tbl->num_items >> 1)) ? \
+ (tbl->ineff_expands+1) : 0; \
+ if (tbl->ineff_expands > 1) { \
+ tbl->noexpand=1; \
+ uthash_noexpand_fyi(tbl); \
+ } \
+ uthash_expand_fyi(tbl); \
+} while(0)
+
+
+/* This is an adaptation of Simon Tatham's O(n log(n)) mergesort */
+/* Note that HASH_SORT assumes the hash handle name to be hh.
+ * HASH_SRT was added to allow the hash handle name to be passed in. */
+#define HASH_SORT(head,cmpfcn) HASH_SRT(hh,head,cmpfcn)
+#define HASH_SRT(hh,head,cmpfcn) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _hs_i; \
+ unsigned _hs_looping,_hs_nmerges,_hs_insize,_hs_psize,_hs_qsize; \
+ struct UT_hash_handle *_hs_p, *_hs_q, *_hs_e, *_hs_list, *_hs_tail; \
+ if (head) { \
+ _hs_insize = 1; \
+ _hs_looping = 1; \
+ _hs_list = &((head)->hh); \
+ while (_hs_looping) { \
+ _hs_p = _hs_list; \
+ _hs_list = NULL; \
+ _hs_tail = NULL; \
+ _hs_nmerges = 0; \
+ while (_hs_p) { \
+ _hs_nmerges++; \
+ _hs_q = _hs_p; \
+ _hs_psize = 0; \
+ for ( _hs_i = 0; _hs_i < _hs_insize; _hs_i++ ) { \
+ _hs_psize++; \
+ _hs_q = (UT_hash_handle*)((_hs_q->next) ? \
+ ((void*)((char*)(_hs_q->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho)) : NULL); \
+ if (! (_hs_q) ) break; \
+ } \
+ _hs_qsize = _hs_insize; \
+ while ((_hs_psize > 0) || ((_hs_qsize > 0) && _hs_q )) { \
+ if (_hs_psize == 0) { \
+ _hs_e = _hs_q; \
+ _hs_q = (UT_hash_handle*)((_hs_q->next) ? \
+ ((void*)((char*)(_hs_q->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho)) : NULL); \
+ _hs_qsize--; \
+ } else if ( (_hs_qsize == 0) || !(_hs_q) ) { \
+ _hs_e = _hs_p; \
+ _hs_p = (UT_hash_handle*)((_hs_p->next) ? \
+ ((void*)((char*)(_hs_p->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho)) : NULL); \
+ _hs_psize--; \
+ } else if (( \
+ cmpfcn(TYPEOF(head)(ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl,_hs_p)), \
+ TYPEOF(head)(ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl,_hs_q))) \
+ ) <= 0) { \
+ _hs_e = _hs_p; \
+ _hs_p = (UT_hash_handle*)((_hs_p->next) ? \
+ ((void*)((char*)(_hs_p->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho)) : NULL); \
+ _hs_psize--; \
+ } else { \
+ _hs_e = _hs_q; \
+ _hs_q = (UT_hash_handle*)((_hs_q->next) ? \
+ ((void*)((char*)(_hs_q->next) + \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->hho)) : NULL); \
+ _hs_qsize--; \
+ } \
+ if ( _hs_tail ) { \
+ _hs_tail->next = ((_hs_e) ? \
+ ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl,_hs_e) : NULL); \
+ } else { \
+ _hs_list = _hs_e; \
+ } \
+ _hs_e->prev = ((_hs_tail) ? \
+ ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl,_hs_tail) : NULL); \
+ _hs_tail = _hs_e; \
+ } \
+ _hs_p = _hs_q; \
+ } \
+ _hs_tail->next = NULL; \
+ if ( _hs_nmerges <= 1 ) { \
+ _hs_looping=0; \
+ (head)->hh.tbl->tail = _hs_tail; \
+ (head) = TYPEOF(head)ELMT_FROM_HH((head)->hh.tbl, _hs_list); \
+ } \
+ _hs_insize *= 2; \
+ } \
+ HASH_FSCK(hh,head); \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+/* This function selects items from one hash into another hash.
+ * The end result is that the selected items have dual presence
+ * in both hashes. There is no copy of the items made; rather
+ * they are added into the new hash through a secondary hash
+ * hash handle that must be present in the structure. */
+#define HASH_SELECT(hh_dst, dst, hh_src, src, cond) \
+do { \
+ unsigned _src_bkt, _dst_bkt; \
+ void *_last_elt=NULL, *_elt; \
+ UT_hash_handle *_src_hh, *_dst_hh, *_last_elt_hh=NULL; \
+ ptrdiff_t _dst_hho = ((char*)(&(dst)->hh_dst) - (char*)(dst)); \
+ if (src) { \
+ for(_src_bkt=0; _src_bkt < (src)->hh_src.tbl->num_buckets; _src_bkt++) { \
+ for(_src_hh = (src)->hh_src.tbl->buckets[_src_bkt].hh_head; \
+ _src_hh; \
+ _src_hh = _src_hh->hh_next) { \
+ _elt = ELMT_FROM_HH((src)->hh_src.tbl, _src_hh); \
+ if (cond(_elt)) { \
+ _dst_hh = (UT_hash_handle*)(((char*)_elt) + _dst_hho); \
+ _dst_hh->key = _src_hh->key; \
+ _dst_hh->keylen = _src_hh->keylen; \
+ _dst_hh->hashv = _src_hh->hashv; \
+ _dst_hh->prev = _last_elt; \
+ _dst_hh->next = NULL; \
+ if (_last_elt_hh) { _last_elt_hh->next = _elt; } \
+ if (!dst) { \
+ dst = TYPEOF(dst)_elt; \
+ HASH_MAKE_TABLE(hh_dst,dst); \
+ } else { \
+ _dst_hh->tbl = (dst)->hh_dst.tbl; \
+ } \
+ HASH_TO_BKT(_dst_hh->hashv, _dst_hh->tbl->num_buckets, _dst_bkt); \
+ HASH_ADD_TO_BKT(_dst_hh->tbl->buckets[_dst_bkt],_dst_hh); \
+ (dst)->hh_dst.tbl->num_items++; \
+ _last_elt = _elt; \
+ _last_elt_hh = _dst_hh; \
+ } \
+ } \
+ } \
+ } \
+ HASH_FSCK(hh_dst,dst); \
+} while (0)
+
+#define HASH_CLEAR(hh,head) \
+do { \
+ if (head) { \
+ uthash_free((head)->hh.tbl->buckets ); \
+ uthash_free((head)->hh.tbl); \
+ (head)=NULL; \
+ } \
+} while(0)
+
+/* obtain a count of items in the hash */
+#define HASH_COUNT(head) HASH_CNT(hh,head)
+#define HASH_CNT(hh,head) (head?(head->hh.tbl->num_items):0)
+
+typedef struct UT_hash_bucket {
+ struct UT_hash_handle *hh_head;
+ unsigned count;
+
+ /* expand_mult is normally set to 0. In this situation, the max chain length
+ * threshold is enforced at its default value, HASH_BKT_CAPACITY_THRESH. (If
+ * the bucket's chain exceeds this length, bucket expansion is triggered).
+ * However, setting expand_mult to a non-zero value delays bucket expansion
+ * (that would be triggered by additions to this particular bucket)
+ * until its chain length reaches a *multiple* of HASH_BKT_CAPACITY_THRESH.
+ * (The multiplier is simply expand_mult+1). The whole idea of this
+ * multiplier is to reduce bucket expansions, since they are expensive, in
+ * situations where we know that a particular bucket tends to be overused.
+ * It is better to let its chain length grow to a longer yet-still-bounded
+ * value, than to do an O(n) bucket expansion too often.
+ */
+ unsigned expand_mult;
+
+} UT_hash_bucket;
+
+/* random signature used only to find hash tables in external analysis */
+#define HASH_SIGNATURE 0xa0111fe1
+#define HASH_BLOOM_SIGNATURE 0xb12220f2
+
+typedef struct UT_hash_table {
+ UT_hash_bucket *buckets;
+ unsigned num_buckets, log2_num_buckets;
+ unsigned num_items;
+ struct UT_hash_handle *tail; /* tail hh in app order, for fast append */
+ ptrdiff_t hho; /* hash handle offset (byte pos of hash handle in element */
+
+ /* in an ideal situation (all buckets used equally), no bucket would have
+ * more than ceil(#items/#buckets) items. that's the ideal chain length. */
+ unsigned ideal_chain_maxlen;
+
+ /* nonideal_items is the number of items in the hash whose chain position
+ * exceeds the ideal chain maxlen. these items pay the penalty for an uneven
+ * hash distribution; reaching them in a chain traversal takes >ideal steps */
+ unsigned nonideal_items;
+
+ /* ineffective expands occur when a bucket doubling was performed, but
+ * afterward, more than half the items in the hash had nonideal chain
+ * positions. If this happens on two consecutive expansions we inhibit any
+ * further expansion, as it's not helping; this happens when the hash
+ * function isn't a good fit for the key domain. When expansion is inhibited
+ * the hash will still work, albeit no longer in constant time. */
+ unsigned ineff_expands, noexpand;
+
+ uint32_t signature; /* used only to find hash tables in external analysis */
+#ifdef HASH_BLOOM
+ uint32_t bloom_sig; /* used only to test bloom exists in external analysis */
+ uint8_t *bloom_bv;
+ char bloom_nbits;
+#endif
+
+} UT_hash_table;
+
+typedef struct UT_hash_handle {
+ struct UT_hash_table *tbl;
+ void *prev; /* prev element in app order */
+ void *next; /* next element in app order */
+ struct UT_hash_handle *hh_prev; /* previous hh in bucket order */
+ struct UT_hash_handle *hh_next; /* next hh in bucket order */
+ void *key; /* ptr to enclosing struct's key */
+ unsigned keylen; /* enclosing struct's key len */
+ unsigned hashv; /* result of hash-fcn(key) */
+} UT_hash_handle;
+
+#endif /* UTHASH_H */
349 c_src/utlist.h
@@ -0,0 +1,349 @@
+/*
+Copyright (c) 2007-2009, Troy D. Hanson
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+ * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS
+IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
+TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
+PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER
+OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
+EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
+PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
+NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
+SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+
+#ifndef UTLIST_H
+#define UTLIST_H
+
+#define UTLIST_VERSION 1.8
+
+/*
+ * This file contains macros to manipulate singly and doubly-linked lists.
+ *
+ * 1. LL_ macros: singly-linked lists.
+ * 2. DL_ macros: doubly-linked lists.
+ * 3. CDL_ macros: circular doubly-linked lists.
+ *
+ * To use singly-linked lists, your structure must have a "next" pointer.
+ * To use doubly-linked lists, your structure must "prev" and "next" pointers.
+ * Either way, the pointer to the head of the list must be initialized to NULL.
+ *
+ * ----------------.EXAMPLE -------------------------
+ * struct item {
+ * int id;
+ * struct item *prev, *next;
+ * }
+ *
+ * struct item *list = NULL:
+ *
+ * int main() {
+ * struct item *item;
+ * ... allocate and populate item ...
+ * DL_APPEND(list, item);
+ * }
+ * --------------------------------------------------
+ *
+ * For doubly-linked lists, the append and delete macros are O(1)
+ * For singly-linked lists, append and delete are O(n) but prepend is O(1)
+ * The sort macro is O(n log(n)) for all types of single/double/circular lists.
+ */
+
+/******************************************************************************
+ * The sort macro is an adaptation of Simon Tatham's O(n log(n)) mergesort *
+ * Unwieldy variable names used here to avoid shadowing passed-in variables. *
+ *****************************************************************************/
+#define LL_SORT(list, cmp) \
+do { \
+ __typeof__(list) _ls_p, _ls_q, _ls_e, _ls_tail, _ls_oldhead; \
+ int _ls_insize, _ls_nmerges, _ls_psize, _ls_qsize, _ls_i, _ls_looping; \
+ if (list) { \
+ _ls_insize = 1; \
+ _ls_looping = 1; \
+ while (_ls_looping) { \
+ _ls_p = list; \
+ _ls_oldhead = list; \
+ list = NULL; \
+ _ls_tail = NULL; \
+ _ls_nmerges = 0; \
+ while (_ls_p) { \
+ _ls_nmerges++; \
+ _ls_q = _ls_p; \
+ _ls_psize = 0; \
+ for (_ls_i = 0; _ls_i < _ls_insize; _ls_i++) { \
+ _ls_psize++; \
+ _ls_q = _ls_q->next; \
+ if (!_ls_q) break; \
+ } \
+ _ls_qsize = _ls_insize; \
+ while (_ls_psize > 0 || (_ls_qsize > 0 && _ls_q)) { \
+ if (_ls_psize == 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ } else if (_ls_qsize == 0 || !_ls_q) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ } else if (cmp(_ls_p,_ls_q) <= 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ } else { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ } \
+ if (_ls_tail) { \
+ _ls_tail->next = _ls_e; \
+ } else { \
+ list = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_tail = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_p = _ls_q; \
+ } \
+ _ls_tail->next = NULL; \
+ if (_ls_nmerges <= 1) { \
+ _ls_looping=0; \
+ } \
+ _ls_insize *= 2; \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+#define DL_SORT(list, cmp) \
+do { \
+ __typeof__(list) _ls_p, _ls_q, _ls_e, _ls_tail, _ls_oldhead; \
+ int _ls_insize, _ls_nmerges, _ls_psize, _ls_qsize, _ls_i, _ls_looping; \
+ if (list) { \
+ _ls_insize = 1; \
+ _ls_looping = 1; \
+ while (_ls_looping) { \
+ _ls_p = list; \
+ _ls_oldhead = list; \
+ list = NULL; \
+ _ls_tail = NULL; \
+ _ls_nmerges = 0; \
+ while (_ls_p) { \
+ _ls_nmerges++; \
+ _ls_q = _ls_p; \
+ _ls_psize = 0; \
+ for (_ls_i = 0; _ls_i < _ls_insize; _ls_i++) { \
+ _ls_psize++; \
+ _ls_q = _ls_q->next; \
+ if (!_ls_q) break; \
+ } \
+ _ls_qsize = _ls_insize; \
+ while (_ls_psize > 0 || (_ls_qsize > 0 && _ls_q)) { \
+ if (_ls_psize == 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ } else if (_ls_qsize == 0 || !_ls_q) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ } else if (cmp(_ls_p,_ls_q) <= 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ } else { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ } \
+ if (_ls_tail) { \
+ _ls_tail->next = _ls_e; \
+ } else { \
+ list = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_e->prev = _ls_tail; \
+ _ls_tail = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_p = _ls_q; \
+ } \
+ list->prev = _ls_tail; \
+ _ls_tail->next = NULL; \
+ if (_ls_nmerges <= 1) { \
+ _ls_looping=0; \
+ } \
+ _ls_insize *= 2; \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+#define CDL_SORT(list, cmp) \
+do { \
+ __typeof__(list) _ls_p, _ls_q, _ls_e, _ls_tail, _ls_oldhead; \
+ int _ls_insize, _ls_nmerges, _ls_psize, _ls_qsize, _ls_i, _ls_looping; \
+ if (list) { \
+ _ls_insize = 1; \
+ _ls_looping = 1; \
+ while (_ls_looping) { \
+ _ls_p = list; \
+ _ls_oldhead = list; \
+ list = NULL; \
+ _ls_tail = NULL; \
+ _ls_nmerges = 0; \
+ while (_ls_p) { \
+ _ls_nmerges++; \
+ _ls_q = _ls_p; \
+ _ls_psize = 0; \
+ for (_ls_i = 0; _ls_i < _ls_insize; _ls_i++) { \
+ _ls_psize++; \
+ _ls_q = ((_ls_q->next == _ls_oldhead) ? NULL : _ls_q->next); \
+ if (!_ls_q) break; \
+ } \
+ _ls_qsize = _ls_insize; \
+ while (_ls_psize > 0 || (_ls_qsize > 0 && _ls_q)) { \
+ if (_ls_psize == 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ if (_ls_q == _ls_oldhead) { _ls_q = NULL; } \
+ } else if (_ls_qsize == 0 || !_ls_q) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ if (_ls_p == _ls_oldhead) { _ls_p = NULL; } \
+ } else if (cmp(_ls_p,_ls_q) <= 0) { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_p; _ls_p = _ls_p->next; _ls_psize--; \
+ if (_ls_p == _ls_oldhead) { _ls_p = NULL; } \
+ } else { \
+ _ls_e = _ls_q; _ls_q = _ls_q->next; _ls_qsize--; \
+ if (_ls_q == _ls_oldhead) { _ls_q = NULL; } \
+ } \
+ if (_ls_tail) { \
+ _ls_tail->next = _ls_e; \
+ } else { \
+ list = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_e->prev = _ls_tail; \
+ _ls_tail = _ls_e; \
+ } \
+ _ls_p = _ls_q; \
+ } \
+ list->prev = _ls_tail; \
+ _ls_tail->next = list; \
+ if (_ls_nmerges <= 1) { \
+ _ls_looping=0; \
+ } \
+ _ls_insize *= 2; \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+/******************************************************************************
+ * singly linked list macros (non-circular) *
+ *****************************************************************************/
+#define LL_PREPEND(head,add) \
+do { \
+ (add)->next = head; \
+ head = add; \
+} while (0)
+
+#define LL_APPEND(head,add) \
+do { \
+ __typeof__(head) _tmp; \
+ (add)->next=NULL; \
+ if (head) { \
+ _tmp = head; \
+ while (_tmp->next) { _tmp = _tmp->next; } \
+ _tmp->next=(add); \
+ } else { \
+ (head)=(add); \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+#define LL_DELETE(head,del) \
+do { \
+ __typeof__(head) _tmp; \
+ if ((head) == (del)) { \
+ (head)=(head)->next; \
+ } else { \
+ _tmp = head; \
+ while (_tmp->next && (_tmp->next != (del))) { \
+ _tmp = _tmp->next; \
+ } \
+ if (_tmp->next) { \
+ _tmp->next = ((del)->next); \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0)
+
+#define LL_FOREACH(head,el) \
+ for(el=head;el;el=el->next)
+
+/******************************************************************************
+ * doubly linked list macros (non-circular) *
+ *****************************************************************************/
+#define DL_PREPEND(head,add) \
+do { \
+ (add)->next = head; \
+ if (head) { \
+ (add)->prev = (head)->prev; \
+ (head)->prev = (add); \
+ } else { \
+ (add)->prev = (add); \
+ } \
+ (head) = (add); \
+} while (0)
+
+#define DL_APPEND(head,add) \
+do { \
+ if (head) { \
+ (add)->prev = (head)->prev; \
+ (head)->prev->next = (add); \
+ (head)->prev = (add); \
+ (add)->next = NULL; \
+ } else { \
+ (head)=(add); \
+ (head)->prev = (head); \
+ (head)->next = NULL; \
+ } \
+} while (0);
+
+#define DL_DELETE(head,del) \
+do { \
+ if ((del)->prev == (del)) { \
+ (head)=NULL; \
+ } else if ((del)==(head)) { \
+ (del)->next->prev = (del)->prev; \
+ (head) = (del)->next; \
+ } else { \
+ (del)->prev->next = (del)->next; \
+ if ((del)->next) { \
+ (del)->next->prev = (del)->prev; \
+ } else { \
+ (head)->prev = (del)->prev; \
+ } \
+ } \
+} while (0);
+
+
+#define DL_FOREACH(head,el) \
+ for(el=head;el;el=el->next)
+
+/******************************************************************************
+ * circular doubly linked list macros *
+ *****************************************************************************/
+#define CDL_PREPEND(head,add) \
+do { \
+ if (head) { \
+ (add)->prev = (head)->prev; \
+ (add)->next = (head); \
+ (head)->prev = (add); \
+ (add)->prev->next = (add); \
+ } else { \
+ (add)->prev = (add); \
+ (add)->next = (add); \
+ } \
+(head)=(add); \
+} while (0)
+
+#define CDL_DELETE(head,del) \
+do { \
+ if ( ((head)==(del)) && ((head)->next == (head))) { \
+ (head) = 0L; \
+ } else { \
+ (del)->next->prev = (del)->prev; \
+ (del)->prev->next = (del)->next; \
+ if ((del) == (head)) (head)=(del)->next; \
+ } \
+} while (0);
+
+#define CDL_FOREACH(head,el) \
+ for(el=head;el;el= (el->next==head ? 0L : el->next))
+
+
+#endif /* UTLIST_H */
+
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+{application, bitcask,
+ [
+ {description, ""},
+ {vsn, "1"},
+ {modules, [
+ bitcask_nifs
+ ]},
+ {registered, []},
+ {applications, [
+ kernel,
+ stdlib
+ ]},
+ {env, []}
+ ]}.
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+{so_name, "bitcask.so"}.
64 src/bitcask_nifs.erl
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+%% -------------------------------------------------------------------
+%%
+%% bitcask: Eric Brewer-inspired key/value store
+%%
+%% Copyright (c) 2010 Basho Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+%%
+%% innostore 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 of the License, or
+%% (at your option) any later version.
+%%
+%% innostore is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+%% but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+%% MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+%% GNU General Public License for more details.
+%%
+%% You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+%% along with innostore. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+%%
+%% -------------------------------------------------------------------
+-module(bitcask_nifs).
+
+-export([keydir_new/0,
+ keydir_get/1,
+ keydir_put/1,
+ keydir_remove/1]).
+
+-on_load(init/0).
+
+-ifdef(TEST).
+-include_lib("eunit/include/eunit.hrl").
+-endif.
+
+init() ->
+ case code:priv_dir(bitcask) of
+ {error, bad_name} ->
+ SoName = filename:join("../priv", bitcask);
+ Dir ->
+ SoName = filename:join(Dir, bitcask)
+ end,
+ erlang:load_nif(SoName, 0).
+
+keydir_new() ->
+ "NIF library not loaded".
+
+keydir_put(_Ref) ->
+ "NIF library not loaded".
+
+keydir_get(_Ref) ->
+ "NIF library not loaded".
+
+keydir_remove(_Ref) ->
+ "NIF library not loaded".
+
+%% ===================================================================
+%% EUnit tests
+%% ===================================================================
+-ifdef(TEST).
+
+keydir_test() ->
+ {ok, Ref} = keydir_new(),
+ ok = keydir_get(Ref).
+
+-endif.
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