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#! /bin/sh
# Deduce values of standard ANSI and POSIX types (e.g. size_t, pid_t).
# Emits macros definitions for these, and some other types.
# Intended to be used to massage the sys-protos.h file.
# Expects one arg, which is the GCC source directory.
CC=${CC-"./xgcc -B$1/"}
CPP=${CPP-`echo ${CC} -E -I"$1/"`}
# Generate definitions for the standard types (such as mode_t)
# compatible with those in the standard C header files.
# It works by a dummy program through the C pre-processor, and then
# using sed to search for typedefs in the output.
cat >st-dummy.c <<!EOF!
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <signal.h>
#ifdef size_t
typedef size_t Xsize_t;
#elif defined(__SIZE_TYPE__)
typedef __SIZE_TYPE__ Xsize_t;
#ifdef va_list
typedef va_list XXXva_list;
if ${CPP} st-dummy.c >TMP ; then true
echo "scan-types: could not invoke ${CPP} on st-dummy.c" 1>&2 ; exit 1
tr ' ' ' ' <TMP >st-dummy.out
for TYPE in dev_t clock_t fpos_t gid_t ino_t mode_t nlink_t off_t pid_t size_t ssize_t time_t uid_t va_list int32_t uint_32_t ; do
IMPORTED=`eval 'echo $'"$TYPE"`
if [ -n "${IMPORTED}" ] ; then
# Search st-dummy.out for a typedef for $TYPE, and write it out
# to TMP in #define syntax.
rm -f TMP
${SED} -n -e "s|.*typedef *\(.*\) X*$TYPE *;.*|\1|w TMP" <st-dummy.out>/dev/null
# Now select the first definition.
if [ -s TMP ]; then
# VALUE is now the typedef'd definition of $TYPE.
eval "VALUE='`${SED} -e 's| *$||' -e '2,$d' <TMP`'"
# Unless VALUE contains a blank, look for a typedef for it
# in turn (this could be a loop, but that would be over-kill).
# Ensure $VALUE is double quoted to protect cases where it
# contains an asterisk and would cause filename expansion.
# E.g. when va_list is "char *".
if echo "$VALUE" | grep " " >/dev/null ; then true
rm -f TMP
${SED} -n -e "s|.*typedef[ ][ ]*\(.*[^a-zA-Z0-9_]\)${VALUE}[ ]*;.*|\1|w TMP" <st-dummy.out>/dev/null
if [ -s TMP ]; then
eval "VALUE='`${SED} -e '2,$d' -e 's|[ ]*$||' <TMP`'"
eval "$TYPE='$VALUE'"
cat <<!EOF!
#define ${macro_prefix}clock_t ${clock_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}dev_t ${dev_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}fpos_t ${fpos_t-long /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}gid_t ${gid_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}ino_t ${ino_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}mode_t ${mode_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}nlink_t ${nlink_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}off_t ${off_t-long /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}pid_t ${pid_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}ptrdiff_t __PTRDIFF_TYPE__
#define ${macro_prefix}size_t __SIZE_TYPE__
#define ${macro_prefix}time_t ${time_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}uid_t ${uid_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}wchar_t __WCHAR_TYPE__
#define ${macro_prefix}int32_t ${int32_t-int /* default */}
#define ${macro_prefix}uint32_t ${uint32_t-unsigned int /* default */}
# (wait_arg_t*) should be (int*), according to Posix, but
# BSD traditionally used (union wait*). Use (void*) to allow either usage.
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}wait_arg_t void"
# ssize_t is the signed version of size_t
if [ -n "${ssize_t}" ] ; then
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}ssize_t ${ssize_t}"
elif [ -z "${size_t}" ] ; then
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}ssize_t long"
# Remove "unsigned" from ${size_t} to get ${ssize_t}.
tmp="`echo ${size_t} | ${SED} -e 's|unsigned||g' -e 's| | |g'`"
if [ -z "$tmp" ] ; then
# check $tmp doesn't conflict with <unistd.h>
echo "#include <unistd.h>
extern $tmp read();" >st-dummy.c
${CC} -c st-dummy.c >/dev/null 2>&1 || tmp=int
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}ssize_t $tmp /* default */"
# va_list can cause problems (e.g. some systems have va_list as a struct).
# Check to see if ${va_list-char*} really is compatible with stdarg.h.
cat >st-dummy.c <<!EOF!
#define X_va_list ${va_list-char* /* default */}
extern long foo(X_va_list ap); /* Check that X_va_list compiles on its own */
#include <stdarg.h>
long foo(X_va_list ap) { return va_arg(ap, long); }
long bar(int i, ...)
{ va_list ap; long j; va_start(ap, i); j = foo(ap); va_end(ap); return j; }
if ${CC} -c st-dummy.c >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
# Ok: We have something that works.
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}va_list ${va_list-char* /* default */}"
# No, it breaks. Indicate that <stdarg.h> must be included.
echo "#define ${macro_prefix}NEED_STDARG_H
#define ${macro_prefix}va_list va_list"
# stuff needed for curses.h
# This isn't correct for SVR4 (for example). However, we only
# use this when adding a missing prototype, so it shouldn't matter.
echo "#define chtype int"
# sys-protos.h uses non-standard names (due to the CHTYPE argument problem).
echo "#define box32 box"
echo "#define initscr32 initscr"
echo "#define w32addch waddch"
echo "#define w32insch winsch"
rm -f st-dummy.c st-dummy.o TMP st-dummy.out
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