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package errors
import (
"fmt"
"io"
"path"
"runtime"
"strings"
)
// Frame represents a program counter inside a stack frame.
type Frame uintptr
// pc returns the program counter for this frame;
// multiple frames may have the same PC value.
func (f Frame) pc() uintptr { return uintptr(f) - 1 }
// file returns the full path to the file that contains the
// function for this Frame's pc.
func (f Frame) file() string {
fn := runtime.FuncForPC(f.pc())
if fn == nil {
return "unknown"
}
file, _ := fn.FileLine(f.pc())
return file
}
// line returns the line number of source code of the
// function for this Frame's pc.
func (f Frame) line() int {
fn := runtime.FuncForPC(f.pc())
if fn == nil {
return 0
}
_, line := fn.FileLine(f.pc())
return line
}
// Format formats the frame according to the fmt.Formatter interface.
//
// %s source file
// %d source line
// %n function name
// %v equivalent to %s:%d
//
// Format accepts flags that alter the printing of some verbs, as follows:
//
// %+s path of source file relative to the compile time GOPATH
// %+v equivalent to %+s:%d
func (f Frame) Format(s fmt.State, verb rune) {
switch verb {
case 's':
switch {
case s.Flag('+'):
pc := f.pc()
fn := runtime.FuncForPC(pc)
if fn == nil {
io.WriteString(s, "unknown")
} else {
file, _ := fn.FileLine(pc)
fmt.Fprintf(s, "%s\n\t%s", fn.Name(), file)
}
default:
io.WriteString(s, path.Base(f.file()))
}
case 'd':
fmt.Fprintf(s, "%d", f.line())
case 'n':
name := runtime.FuncForPC(f.pc()).Name()
io.WriteString(s, funcname(name))
case 'v':
f.Format(s, 's')
io.WriteString(s, ":")
f.Format(s, 'd')
}
}
// StackTrace is stack of Frames from innermost (newest) to outermost (oldest).
type StackTrace []Frame
func (st StackTrace) Format(s fmt.State, verb rune) {
switch verb {
case 'v':
switch {
case s.Flag('+'):
for _, f := range st {
fmt.Fprintf(s, "\n%+v", f)
}
case s.Flag('#'):
fmt.Fprintf(s, "%#v", []Frame(st))
default:
fmt.Fprintf(s, "%v", []Frame(st))
}
case 's':
fmt.Fprintf(s, "%s", []Frame(st))
}
}
// stack represents a stack of program counters.
type stack []uintptr
func (s *stack) Format(st fmt.State, verb rune) {
switch verb {
case 'v':
switch {
case st.Flag('+'):
for _, pc := range *s {
f := Frame(pc)
fmt.Fprintf(st, "\n%+v", f)
}
}
}
}
func (s *stack) StackTrace() StackTrace {
f := make([]Frame, len(*s))
for i := 0; i < len(f); i++ {
f[i] = Frame((*s)[i])
}
return f
}
func callers() *stack {
const depth = 32
var pcs [depth]uintptr
n := runtime.Callers(3, pcs[:])
var st stack = pcs[0:n]
return &st
}
// funcname removes the path prefix component of a function's name reported by func.Name().
func funcname(name string) string {
i := strings.LastIndex(name, "/")
name = name[i+1:]
i = strings.Index(name, ".")
return name[i+1:]
}
func trimGOPATH(name, file string) string {
// Here we want to get the source file path relative to the compile time
// GOPATH. As of Go 1.6.x there is no direct way to know the compiled
// GOPATH at runtime, but we can infer the number of path segments in the
// GOPATH. We note that fn.Name() returns the function name qualified by
// the import path, which does not include the GOPATH. Thus we can trim
// segments from the beginning of the file path until the number of path
// separators remaining is one more than the number of path separators in
// the function name. For example, given:
//
// GOPATH /home/user
// file /home/user/src/pkg/sub/file.go
// fn.Name() pkg/sub.Type.Method
//
// We want to produce:
//
// pkg/sub/file.go
//
// From this we can easily see that fn.Name() has one less path separator
// than our desired output. We count separators from the end of the file
// path until it finds two more than in the function name and then move
// one character forward to preserve the initial path segment without a
// leading separator.
const sep = "/"
goal := strings.Count(name, sep) + 2
i := len(file)
for n := 0; n < goal; n++ {
i = strings.LastIndex(file[:i], sep)
if i == -1 {
// not enough separators found, set i so that the slice expression
// below leaves file unmodified
i = -len(sep)
break
}
}
// get back to 0 or trim the leading separator
file = file[i+len(sep):]
return file
}