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;;;; streams for UNIX file descriptors
;;;; This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
;;;; more information.
;;;;
;;;; This software is derived from the CMU CL system, which was
;;;; written at Carnegie Mellon University and released into the
;;;; public domain. The software is in the public domain and is
;;;; provided with absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS
;;;; files for more information.
(in-package "SB-IMPL")
;;;; BUFFER
;;;;
;;;; Streams hold BUFFER objects, which contain a SAP, size of the
;;;; memory area the SAP stands for (LENGTH bytes), and HEAD and TAIL
;;;; indexes which delimit the "valid", or "active" area of the
;;;; memory. HEAD is inclusive, TAIL is exclusive.
;;;;
;;;; Buffers get allocated lazily, and are recycled by returning them
;;;; to the *AVAILABLE-BUFFERS* list. Every buffer has it's own
;;;; finalizer, to take care of releasing the SAP memory when a stream
;;;; is not properly closed.
;;;;
;;;; The code aims to provide a limited form of thread and interrupt
;;;; safety: parallel writes and reads may lose output or input, cause
;;;; interleaved IO, etc -- but they should not corrupt memory. The
;;;; key to doing this is to read buffer state once, and update the
;;;; state based on the read state:
;;;;
;;;; (let ((tail (buffer-tail buffer)))
;;;; ...
;;;; (setf (buffer-tail buffer) (+ tail n)))
;;;;
;;;; NOT
;;;;
;;;; (let ((tail (buffer-tail buffer)))
;;;; ...
;;;; (incf (buffer-tail buffer) n))
;;;;
(defstruct (buffer (:constructor %make-buffer (sap length))
(:copier nil))
(sap (missing-arg) :type system-area-pointer :read-only t)
(length (missing-arg) :type index :read-only t)
(head 0 :type index)
(tail 0 :type index))
(declaim (freeze-type buffer))
(define-load-time-global *available-buffers* ()
"List of available buffers.")
(defconstant +bytes-per-buffer+ (* 4 1024)
"Default number of bytes per buffer.")
(defun alloc-buffer (&optional (size +bytes-per-buffer+))
;; Don't want to allocate & unwind before the finalizer is in place.
(without-interrupts
(let* ((sap (allocate-system-memory size))
(buffer (%make-buffer sap size)))
(when (zerop (sap-int sap))
(error "Could not allocate ~D bytes for buffer." size))
(finalize buffer (lambda ()
(deallocate-system-memory sap size))
:dont-save t)
buffer)))
(defun get-buffer ()
(or (and *available-buffers* (atomic-pop *available-buffers*))
(alloc-buffer)))
(declaim (inline reset-buffer))
(defun reset-buffer (buffer)
(setf (buffer-head buffer) 0
(buffer-tail buffer) 0)
buffer)
(defun release-buffer (buffer)
(reset-buffer buffer)
(atomic-push buffer *available-buffers*))
;;;; the FD-STREAM structure
;;; Coarsely characterizes the element type of an FD-STREAM w.r.t.
;;; its SUBTYPEP relations to the relevant CHARACTER and
;;; ([UN]SIGNED-BYTE 8) types. This coarse characterization enables
;;; dispatching on the element type as needed by {READ,WRITE}-SEQUENCE
;;; without calling SUBTYPEP.
(deftype stream-element-mode ()
'(member character unsigned-byte signed-byte :bivalent))
(defstruct (fd-stream
(:constructor %make-fd-stream)
(:conc-name fd-stream-)
(:predicate fd-stream-p)
(:include ansi-stream
(misc #'fd-stream-misc-routine))
(:copier nil))
;; the name of this stream
(name nil)
;; the file this stream is for
(file nil)
;; the backup file namestring for the old file, for :IF-EXISTS
;; :RENAME or :RENAME-AND-DELETE.
(original nil :type (or simple-string null))
(delete-original nil) ; for :if-exists :rename-and-delete
;;; the number of bytes per element
(element-size 1 :type index)
;; the type of element being transfered
(element-type 'base-char)
;; coarse characterization of the element type. see description of
;; STREAM-ELEMENT-MODE type.
(element-mode :bivalent :type stream-element-mode)
;; the Unix file descriptor
(fd -1 :type #-win32 fixnum #+win32 sb-vm:signed-word)
;; What do we know about the FD?
(fd-type :unknown :type keyword)
;; controls when the output buffer is flushed
(buffering :full :type (member :full :line :none))
;; controls whether the input buffer must be cleared before output
;; (must be done for files, not for sockets, pipes and other data
;; sources where input and output aren't related). non-NIL means
;; don't clear input buffer.
(dual-channel-p nil)
;; character position if known -- this may run into bignums, but
;; we probably should flip it into null then for efficiency's sake...
(output-column nil :type (or (and unsigned-byte
#+64-bit index)
null))
;; T if input is waiting on FD. :EOF if we hit EOF.
(listen nil :type (member nil t :eof))
;; T if serve-event is allowed when this stream blocks
(serve-events nil :type boolean)
;; the input buffer
(instead (make-array 0 :element-type 'character :adjustable t :fill-pointer t) :type (array character (*)))
(ibuf nil :type (or buffer null))
(eof-forced-p nil :type (member t nil))
;; the output buffer
(obuf nil :type (or buffer null))
;; output flushed, but not written due to non-blocking io?
(output-queue nil)
(handler nil)
;; timeout specified for this stream as seconds or NIL if none
(timeout nil :type (or single-float null))
;; pathname of the file this stream is opened to (returned by PATHNAME)
(pathname nil :type (or pathname null))
;; Not :DEFAULT, because we want to match CHAR-SIZE!
(external-format :latin-1)
;; fixed width, or function to call with a character
(char-size 1 :type (or fixnum function))
(output-bytes #'ill-out :type function))
(defun fd-stream-bivalent-p (stream)
(eq (fd-stream-element-mode stream) :bivalent))
(defmethod print-object ((fd-stream fd-stream) stream)
(declare (type stream stream))
(print-unreadable-object (fd-stream stream :type t :identity t)
(format stream "for ~S" (fd-stream-name fd-stream))))
;;; Release all of FD-STREAM's buffers. Originally the intent of this
;;; was to grab a mutex once only, but the buffer pool is lock-free now.
(defun release-fd-stream-buffers (fd-stream)
(awhen (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream)
(setf (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream) nil)
(release-buffer it))
(awhen (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream)
(setf (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream) nil)
(release-buffer it))
(dolist (buf (fd-stream-output-queue fd-stream))
(when (buffer-p buf)
(release-buffer buf)))
(setf (fd-stream-output-queue fd-stream) nil))
;;;; FORM-TRACKING-STREAM
;; The compiler uses this to record for each input subform the start and
;; end positions as character offsets. Measuring in characters rather than
;; bytes is both better suited to the task - in that it is consistent with
;; reporting of "point" by Emacs - and faster than querying FILE-POSITION.
;; The slowness of FILE-POSITION on an FD-STREAM is due to making a system
;; call every time, to ensure that the case of an append-only stream works
;; correctly (where the OS forces all writes to the end), and other factors.
(defstruct (form-tracking-stream
(:constructor %make-form-tracking-stream)
(:include fd-stream
(misc #'tracking-stream-misc)
(input-char-pos 0))
(:copier nil))
;; a function which is called for events on this stream.
(observer (lambda (x y z) (declare (ignore x y z))) :type function)
;; A vector of the character position of each #\Newline seen
(newlines (make-array 10 :fill-pointer 0 :adjustable t))
(last-newline -1 :type index-or-minus-1)
;; Better than reporting that a reader error occurred at a position
;; before any whitespace (or equivalently, a macro producing no value),
;; we can note the position at the first "good" character.
(form-start-byte-pos)
(form-start-char-pos))
(defun line/col-from-charpos
(stream &optional (charpos (ansi-stream-input-char-pos stream)))
(let* ((newlines (form-tracking-stream-newlines stream))
(index (position charpos newlines :test #'>= :from-end t)))
;; Line numbers traditionally begin at 1, columns at 0.
(if index
;; INDEX is 1 less than the number of newlines seen
;; up to and including this startpos.
;; e.g. index=0 => 1 newline seen => line=2
(cons (+ index 2)
;; 1 char after the newline = column 0
(- charpos (aref newlines index) 1))
;; zero newlines were seen
(cons 1 charpos))))
;;;; CORE OUTPUT FUNCTIONS
;;; Buffer the section of THING delimited by START and END by copying
;;; to output buffer(s) of stream.
(defun buffer-output (stream thing start end)
(declare (index start end))
(when (< end start)
(error ":END before :START!"))
(when (> end start)
;; Copy bytes from THING to buffers.
(flet ((copy-to-buffer (buffer tail count)
(declare (buffer buffer) (index tail count))
(aver (plusp count))
(let ((sap (buffer-sap buffer)))
(etypecase thing
(system-area-pointer
(system-area-ub8-copy thing start sap tail count))
((simple-unboxed-array (*))
(copy-ub8-to-system-area thing start sap tail count))))
;; Not INCF! If another thread has moved tail from under
;; us, we don't want to accidentally increment tail
;; beyond buffer-length.
(setf (buffer-tail buffer) (+ count tail))
(incf start count)))
(tagbody
;; First copy is special: the buffer may already contain
;; something, or be even full.
(let* ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf stream))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf))
(space (- (buffer-length obuf) tail)))
(when (plusp space)
(copy-to-buffer obuf tail (min space (- end start)))
(go :more-output-p)))
:flush-and-fill
;; Later copies should always have an empty buffer, since
;; they are freshly flushed, but if another thread is
;; stomping on the same buffer that might not be the case.
(let* ((obuf (flush-output-buffer stream))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf))
(space (- (buffer-length obuf) tail)))
(copy-to-buffer obuf tail (min space (- end start))))
:more-output-p
(when (> end start)
(go :flush-and-fill))))))
(define-symbol-macro +write-failed+ "Couldn't write to ~S")
;;; Flush the current output buffer of the stream, ensuring that the
;;; new buffer is empty. Returns (for convenience) the new output
;;; buffer -- which may or may not be EQ to the old one. If the is no
;;; queued output we try to write the buffer immediately -- otherwise
;;; we queue it for later.
(defun flush-output-buffer (stream)
(let ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf stream)))
(when obuf
(let ((head (buffer-head obuf))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf)))
(cond ((eql head tail)
;; Buffer is already empty -- just ensure that is is
;; set to zero as well.
(reset-buffer obuf))
((fd-stream-output-queue stream)
;; There is already stuff on the queue -- go directly
;; there.
(aver (< head tail))
(%queue-and-replace-output-buffer stream))
(t
;; Try a non-blocking write, if SERVE-EVENT is allowed, queue
;; whatever is left over. Otherwise wait until we can write.
(aver (< head tail))
(synchronize-stream-output stream)
(loop
(let ((length (- tail head)))
(multiple-value-bind (count errno)
(sb-unix:unix-write (fd-stream-fd stream) (buffer-sap obuf)
head length)
(flet ((queue-or-wait ()
(if (fd-stream-serve-events stream)
(return (%queue-and-replace-output-buffer stream))
(or (wait-until-fd-usable (fd-stream-fd stream) :output
(fd-stream-timeout stream)
nil)
(signal-timeout 'io-timeout
:stream stream
:direction :output
:seconds (fd-stream-timeout stream))))))
(cond ((eql count length)
;; Complete write -- we can use the same buffer.
(return (reset-buffer obuf)))
(count
;; Partial write -- update buffer status and
;; queue or wait.
(incf head count)
(setf (buffer-head obuf) head)
(queue-or-wait))
#-win32
((eql errno sb-unix:ewouldblock)
;; Blocking, queue or wair.
(queue-or-wait))
;; if interrupted on win32, just try again
#+win32 ((eql errno sb-unix:eintr))
(t
(simple-stream-perror +write-failed+
stream errno)))))))))))))
;;; Helper for FLUSH-OUTPUT-BUFFER -- returns the new buffer.
(defun %queue-and-replace-output-buffer (stream)
(aver (fd-stream-serve-events stream))
(let ((queue (fd-stream-output-queue stream))
(later (list (or (fd-stream-obuf stream) (bug "Missing obuf."))))
(new (get-buffer)))
;; Important: before putting the buffer on queue, give the stream
;; a new one. If we get an interrupt and unwind losing the buffer
;; is relatively OK, but having the same buffer in two places
;; would be bad.
(setf (fd-stream-obuf stream) new)
(cond (queue
(nconc queue later))
(t
(setf (fd-stream-output-queue stream) later)))
(unless (fd-stream-handler stream)
(setf (fd-stream-handler stream)
(add-fd-handler (fd-stream-fd stream)
:output
(lambda (fd)
(declare (ignore fd))
(write-output-from-queue stream)))))
new))
;;; This is called by the FD-HANDLER for the stream when output is
;;; possible.
(defun write-output-from-queue (stream)
(aver (fd-stream-serve-events stream))
(synchronize-stream-output stream)
(let (not-first-p)
(tagbody
:pop-buffer
(let* ((buffer (pop (fd-stream-output-queue stream)))
(head (buffer-head buffer))
(length (- (buffer-tail buffer) head)))
(declare (index head length))
(aver (>= length 0))
(multiple-value-bind (count errno)
(sb-unix:unix-write (fd-stream-fd stream) (buffer-sap buffer)
head length)
(cond ((eql count length)
;; Complete write, see if we can do another right
;; away, or remove the handler if we're done.
(release-buffer buffer)
(cond ((fd-stream-output-queue stream)
(setf not-first-p t)
(go :pop-buffer))
(t
(let ((handler (fd-stream-handler stream)))
(aver handler)
(setf (fd-stream-handler stream) nil)
(remove-fd-handler handler)))))
(count
;; Partial write. Update buffer status and requeue.
(aver (< count length))
;; Do not use INCF! Another thread might have moved head.
(setf (buffer-head buffer) (+ head count))
(push buffer (fd-stream-output-queue stream)))
(not-first-p
;; We tried to do multiple writes, and finally our
;; luck ran out. Requeue.
(push buffer (fd-stream-output-queue stream)))
(t
;; Could not write on the first try at all!
#+win32
(simple-stream-perror +write-failed+ stream errno)
#-win32
(if (= errno sb-unix:ewouldblock)
(bug "Unexpected blocking in WRITE-OUTPUT-FROM-QUEUE.")
(simple-stream-perror +write-failed+
stream errno))))))))
nil)
;;; Try to write THING directly to STREAM without buffering, if
;;; possible. If direct write doesn't happen, buffer.
(defun write-or-buffer-output (stream thing start end)
(declare (index start end))
(cond ((fd-stream-output-queue stream)
(buffer-output stream thing start end))
((< end start)
(error ":END before :START!"))
((> end start)
(let ((length (- end start)))
(synchronize-stream-output stream)
(multiple-value-bind (count errno)
(sb-unix:unix-write (fd-stream-fd stream) thing start length)
(cond ((eql count length)
;; Complete write -- done!
)
(count
(aver (< count length))
;; Partial write -- buffer the rest.
(buffer-output stream thing (+ start count) end))
(t
;; Could not write -- buffer or error.
#+win32
(simple-stream-perror +write-failed+ stream errno)
#-win32
(if (= errno sb-unix:ewouldblock)
(buffer-output stream thing start end)
(simple-stream-perror +write-failed+ stream errno)))))))))
;;; Deprecated -- can go away after 1.1 or so. Deprecated because
;;; this is not something we want to export. Nikodemus thinks the
;;; right thing is to support a low-level non-stream like IO layer,
;;; akin to java.nio.
(declaim (inline output-raw-bytes))
(define-deprecated-function :late "1.0.8.16" output-raw-bytes write-sequence
(stream thing &optional start end)
(write-or-buffer-output stream thing (or start 0) (or end (length thing))))
;;;; output routines and related noise
(define-load-time-global *output-routines* ()
"List of all available output routines. Each element is a list of the
element-type output, the kind of buffering, the function name, and the number
of bytes per element.")
(defun stream-errno-to-condition (errno)
(case errno
(#-win32 #.sb-unix:epipe
#+win32 #.sb-win32::error-no-data
'broken-pipe)
(t 'simple-stream-error)))
;;; common idioms for reporting low-level stream and file problems
(defun simple-stream-perror (format-control stream &optional errno &rest format-arguments)
(declare (optimize allow-non-returning-tail-call))
(error (stream-errno-to-condition errno)
:stream stream
:format-control "~@<~?~@[: ~2I~_~A~]~:>"
:format-arguments (list format-control
(list* stream format-arguments)
(when errno (strerror errno)))))
(defun file-perror (pathname errno &optional datum &rest arguments)
(declare (optimize allow-non-returning-tail-call))
(multiple-value-bind (condition-type arguments)
(typecase datum
(format-control
(values 'simple-file-error
(list :format-control "~@<~?~@[: ~2I~_~A~]~:>"
:format-arguments (list datum arguments
(when errno (strerror errno))))))
(t
(values datum arguments)))
(apply #'error condition-type :pathname pathname arguments)))
(defun c-string-encoding-error (external-format code)
(declare (optimize allow-non-returning-tail-call))
(error 'c-string-encoding-error
:external-format external-format
:code code))
(macrolet ((sap-ref-octets (sap offset count)
`(let ((.buffer.
(make-array (the fixnum ,count) :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8))))
(%byte-blt ,sap ,offset .buffer. 0 ,count)
.buffer.)))
(defun c-string-decoding-error (external-format sap offset count)
(declare (optimize allow-non-returning-tail-call))
(error 'c-string-decoding-error
:external-format external-format
:octets (sap-ref-octets sap offset count)))
;;; Returning true goes into end of file handling, false will enter another
;;; round of input buffer filling followed by re-entering character decode.
(defun stream-decoding-error-and-handle (stream octet-count)
(restart-case
(error 'stream-decoding-error
:external-format (stream-external-format stream)
:stream stream
:octets (let ((buffer (fd-stream-ibuf stream)))
(sap-ref-octets (buffer-sap buffer)
(buffer-head buffer)
octet-count)))
(attempt-resync ()
:report (lambda (stream)
(format stream
"~@<Attempt to resync the stream at a ~
character boundary and continue.~@:>"))
(fd-stream-resync stream)
nil)
(force-end-of-file ()
:report (lambda (stream)
(format stream "~@<Force an end of file.~@:>"))
(setf (fd-stream-eof-forced-p stream) t))
(input-replacement (string)
:report (lambda (stream)
(format stream "~@<Use string as replacement input, ~
attempt to resync at a character ~
boundary and continue.~@:>"))
:interactive (lambda ()
(format *query-io* "~@<Enter a string: ~@:>")
(finish-output *query-io*)
(list (read *query-io*)))
(let ((string (reverse (string string)))
(instead (fd-stream-instead stream)))
(dotimes (i (length string))
(vector-push-extend (char string i) instead))
(fd-stream-resync stream)
(when (> (length string) 0)
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) t)))
nil)))
) ; end MACROLET
(defun stream-encoding-error-and-handle (stream code)
(restart-case
(error 'stream-encoding-error
:external-format (stream-external-format stream)
:stream stream
:code code)
(output-nothing ()
:report (lambda (stream)
(format stream "~@<Skip output of this character.~@:>")))
(output-replacement (string)
:report (lambda (stream)
(format stream "~@<Output replacement string.~@:>"))
:interactive (lambda ()
(format *query-io* "~@<Enter a string: ~@:>")
(finish-output *query-io*)
(list (read *query-io*)))
(let ((string (string string)))
(fd-sout stream (string string) 0 (length string))))))
(defun %external-format-encoding-error (stream code)
(if (streamp stream)
(stream-encoding-error-and-handle stream code)
(c-string-encoding-error stream code)))
(defmacro external-format-encoding-error (stream code)
`(return-from output-nothing (%external-format-encoding-error ,stream ,code)))
(defun synchronize-stream-output (stream)
;; If we're reading and writing on the same file, flush buffered
;; input and rewind file position accordingly.
(unless (or (fd-stream-dual-channel-p stream)
(and
(eq (fd-stream-in stream) #'ill-in)
(eq (fd-stream-bin stream) #'ill-bin)))
(let ((adjust (nth-value 1 (flush-input-buffer stream))))
(unless (eql 0 adjust)
(sb-unix:unix-lseek (fd-stream-fd stream) (- adjust) sb-unix:l_incr)))))
(defun fd-stream-output-finished-p (stream)
(let ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf stream)))
(or (not obuf)
(and (zerop (buffer-tail obuf))
(not (fd-stream-output-queue stream))))))
(defmacro output-wrapper/variable-width ((stream size buffering restart)
&body body)
(let ((stream-var (gensym "STREAM")))
`(let* ((,stream-var ,stream)
(obuf (fd-stream-obuf ,stream-var))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf))
(size ,size))
,(unless (eq (car buffering) :none)
`(when (< (buffer-length obuf) (+ tail size))
(setf obuf (flush-output-buffer ,stream-var)
tail (buffer-tail obuf))))
,(unless (eq (car buffering) :none)
;; FIXME: Why this here? Doesn't seem necessary.
`(synchronize-stream-output ,stream-var))
,(if restart
`(block output-nothing
,@body
(setf (buffer-tail obuf) (+ tail size)))
`(progn
,@body
(setf (buffer-tail obuf) (+ tail size))))
,(ecase (car buffering)
(:none
`(flush-output-buffer ,stream-var))
(:line
`(when (eql byte #\Newline)
(flush-output-buffer ,stream-var)))
(:full))
(values))))
(defmacro output-wrapper ((stream size buffering restart) &body body)
(let ((stream-var (gensym "STREAM")))
`(let* ((,stream-var ,stream)
(obuf (fd-stream-obuf ,stream-var))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf)))
,(unless (eq (car buffering) :none)
`(when (< (buffer-length obuf) (+ tail ,size))
(setf obuf (flush-output-buffer ,stream-var)
tail (buffer-tail obuf))))
;; FIXME: Why this here? Doesn't seem necessary.
,(unless (eq (car buffering) :none)
`(synchronize-stream-output ,stream-var))
,(if restart
`(block output-nothing
,@body
(setf (buffer-tail obuf) (+ tail ,size)))
`(progn
,@body
(setf (buffer-tail obuf) (+ tail ,size))))
,(ecase (car buffering)
(:none
`(flush-output-buffer ,stream-var))
(:line
`(when (eql byte #\Newline)
(flush-output-buffer ,stream-var)))
(:full))
(values))))
(defmacro def-output-routines/variable-width
((name-fmt size restart external-format &rest bufferings)
&body body)
(declare (optimize (speed 1)))
(cons 'progn
(mapcar
(lambda (buffering)
(let ((function
(intern (format nil name-fmt (string (car buffering))))))
`(progn
(defun ,function (stream byte)
(declare (ignorable byte))
(output-wrapper/variable-width (stream ,size ,buffering ,restart)
,@body))
(setf *output-routines*
(nconc *output-routines*
',(mapcar
(lambda (type)
(list type
(car buffering)
function
1
external-format))
(cdr buffering)))))))
bufferings)))
;;; Define output routines that output numbers SIZE bytes long for the
;;; given bufferings. Use BODY to do the actual output.
(defmacro def-output-routines ((name-fmt size restart &rest bufferings)
&body body)
(declare (optimize (speed 1)))
(cons 'progn
(mapcar
(lambda (buffering)
(let ((function
(intern (format nil name-fmt (string (car buffering))))))
`(progn
(defun ,function (stream byte)
(output-wrapper (stream ,size ,buffering ,restart)
,@body))
(setf *output-routines*
(nconc *output-routines*
',(mapcar
(lambda (type)
(list type
(car buffering)
function
size
nil))
(cdr buffering)))))))
bufferings)))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-UNSIGNED-BYTE-~A-BUFFERED"
1
nil
(:none (unsigned-byte 8))
(:full (unsigned-byte 8)))
(setf (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-SIGNED-BYTE-~A-BUFFERED"
1
nil
(:none (signed-byte 8))
(:full (signed-byte 8)))
(setf (signed-sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-UNSIGNED-SHORT-~A-BUFFERED"
2
nil
(:none (unsigned-byte 16))
(:full (unsigned-byte 16)))
(setf (sap-ref-16 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-SIGNED-SHORT-~A-BUFFERED"
2
nil
(:none (signed-byte 16))
(:full (signed-byte 16)))
(setf (signed-sap-ref-16 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-UNSIGNED-LONG-~A-BUFFERED"
4
nil
(:none (unsigned-byte 32))
(:full (unsigned-byte 32)))
(setf (sap-ref-32 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-SIGNED-LONG-~A-BUFFERED"
4
nil
(:none (signed-byte 32))
(:full (signed-byte 32)))
(setf (signed-sap-ref-32 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
#+64-bit
(progn
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-UNSIGNED-LONG-LONG-~A-BUFFERED"
8
nil
(:none (unsigned-byte 64))
(:full (unsigned-byte 64)))
(setf (sap-ref-64 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte))
(def-output-routines ("OUTPUT-SIGNED-LONG-LONG-~A-BUFFERED"
8
nil
(:none (signed-byte 64))
(:full (signed-byte 64)))
(setf (signed-sap-ref-64 (buffer-sap obuf) tail)
byte)))
;;; the routine to use to output a string. If the stream is
;;; unbuffered, slam the string down the file descriptor, otherwise
;;; use OUTPUT-RAW-BYTES to buffer the string. Update charpos by
;;; checking to see where the last newline was.
(defun fd-sout (stream thing start end)
(declare (type fd-stream stream) (type string thing))
(let ((start (or start 0))
(end (or end (length (the vector thing)))))
(declare (fixnum start end))
(let ((last-newline
(string-dispatch (simple-base-string
#+sb-unicode
(simple-array character (*))
string)
thing
(position #\newline thing :from-end t
:start start :end end))))
(if (and (typep thing 'base-string)
(eq (fd-stream-external-format-keyword stream) :latin-1))
(ecase (fd-stream-buffering stream)
(:full
(buffer-output stream thing start end))
(:line
(buffer-output stream thing start end)
(when last-newline
(flush-output-buffer stream)))
(:none
(write-or-buffer-output stream thing start end)))
(ecase (fd-stream-buffering stream)
(:full (funcall (fd-stream-output-bytes stream)
stream thing nil start end))
(:line (funcall (fd-stream-output-bytes stream)
stream thing last-newline start end))
(:none (funcall (fd-stream-output-bytes stream)
stream thing t start end))))
(if last-newline
(setf (fd-stream-output-column stream) (- end last-newline 1))
(incf (fd-stream-output-column stream) (- end start))))))
(defstruct (external-format
(:constructor %make-external-format)
(:conc-name ef-)
(:predicate external-format-p)
(:copier %copy-external-format))
;; All the names that can refer to this external format. The first
;; one is the canonical name.
(names (missing-arg) :type list :read-only t)
(default-replacement-character (missing-arg) :type character)
(read-n-chars-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(read-char-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(write-n-bytes-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(write-char-none-buffered-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(write-char-line-buffered-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(write-char-full-buffered-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
;; Can be nil for fixed-width formats.
(resync-fun nil :type (or function null))
(bytes-for-char-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(read-c-string-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(write-c-string-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
;; We indirect through symbols in these functions so that a
;; developer working on the octets code can easily redefine things
;; and use the new function definition without redefining the
;; external format as well. The slots above don't do any
;; indirection because a developer working with those slots would be
;; redefining the external format anyway.
(octets-to-string-fun (missing-arg) :type function)
(string-to-octets-fun (missing-arg) :type function))
(declaim (freeze-type external-format))
(defun ef-char-size (ef-entry)
(if (variable-width-external-format-p ef-entry)
(bytes-for-char-fun ef-entry)
(funcall (bytes-for-char-fun ef-entry) #\x)))
(defun sb-alien::string-to-c-string (string external-format)
(declare (type simple-string string)
(explicit-check :result))
(locally
(declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0)))
(let ((external-format (get-external-format-or-lose external-format)))
(funcall (ef-write-c-string-fun external-format) string))))
(defun sb-alien::c-string-to-string (sap external-format element-type)
(declare (type system-area-pointer sap)
(explicit-check :result))
(locally
(declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0)))
(let ((external-format (get-external-format-or-lose external-format)))
(funcall (ef-read-c-string-fun external-format) sap element-type))))
(defun wrap-external-format-functions (external-format fun)
(let ((result (%copy-external-format external-format)))
(macrolet ((frob (accessor)
`(setf (,accessor result) (funcall fun (,accessor result)))))
(frob ef-read-n-chars-fun)
(frob ef-read-char-fun)
(frob ef-write-n-bytes-fun)
(frob ef-write-char-none-buffered-fun)
(frob ef-write-char-line-buffered-fun)
(frob ef-write-char-full-buffered-fun)
(frob ef-resync-fun)
(frob ef-bytes-for-char-fun)
(frob ef-read-c-string-fun)
(frob ef-write-c-string-fun)
(frob ef-octets-to-string-fun)
(frob ef-string-to-octets-fun))
result))
(define-load-time-global *external-formats* (make-hash-table)
"Hashtable of all available external formats. The table maps from
external-format names to EXTERNAL-FORMAT structures.")
(defun get-external-format-or-lose (external-format)
(or (get-external-format external-format)
(error "Undefined external-format: ~S" external-format)))
(defun external-format-keyword (external-format)
(typecase external-format
(keyword external-format)
((cons keyword) (car external-format))))
(defun fd-stream-external-format-keyword (stream)
(external-format-keyword (fd-stream-external-format stream)))
(defun canonize-external-format (external-format entry)
(typecase external-format
(keyword (first (ef-names entry)))
((cons keyword) (cons (first (ef-names entry)) (rest external-format)))))
;;; Find an output routine to use given the type and buffering. Return
;;; as multiple values the routine, the real type transfered, and the
;;; number of bytes per element.
(defun pick-output-routine (type buffering &optional external-format)
(when (subtypep type 'character)
(let ((entry (get-external-format-or-lose external-format)))
(return-from pick-output-routine
(values (ecase buffering
(:none (ef-write-char-none-buffered-fun entry))
(:line (ef-write-char-line-buffered-fun entry))
(:full (ef-write-char-full-buffered-fun entry)))
'character
1
(ef-write-n-bytes-fun entry)
(ef-char-size entry)
(canonize-external-format external-format entry)))))
(dolist (entry *output-routines*)
(when (and (subtypep type (first entry))
(eq buffering (second entry))
(or (not (fifth entry))
(eq external-format (fifth entry))))
(return-from pick-output-routine
(values (symbol-function (third entry))
(first entry)
(fourth entry)))))
;; KLUDGE: dealing with the buffering here leads to excessive code
;; explosion.
;;
;; KLUDGE: also see comments in PICK-INPUT-ROUTINE
(loop for i from 40 by 8 to 1024 ; ARB (KLUDGE)
if (subtypep type `(unsigned-byte ,i))
do (return-from pick-output-routine
(values
(ecase buffering
(:none
(lambda (stream byte)
(output-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) (:none) nil)
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
do (setf (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf)
(+ j tail))
(ldb (byte 8 (- i 8 (* j 8))) byte))))))
(:full
(lambda (stream byte)
(output-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) (:full) nil)
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
do (setf (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf)
(+ j tail))
(ldb (byte 8 (- i 8 (* j 8))) byte)))))))
`(unsigned-byte ,i)
(/ i 8))))
(loop for i from 40 by 8 to 1024 ; ARB (KLUDGE)
if (subtypep type `(signed-byte ,i))
do (return-from pick-output-routine
(values
(ecase buffering
(:none
(lambda (stream byte)
(output-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) (:none) nil)
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
do (setf (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf)
(+ j tail))
(ldb (byte 8 (- i 8 (* j 8))) byte))))))
(:full
(lambda (stream byte)
(output-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) (:full) nil)
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
do (setf (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap obuf)
(+ j tail))
(ldb (byte 8 (- i 8 (* j 8))) byte)))))))
`(signed-byte ,i)
(/ i 8)))))
;;;; input routines and related noise
;;; a list of all available input routines. Each element is a list of
;;; the element-type input, the function name, and the number of bytes
;;; per element.
(define-load-time-global *input-routines* ())
;;; Return whether a primitive partial read operation on STREAM's FD
;;; would (probably) block. Signal a `simple-stream-error' if the
;;; system call implementing this operation fails.
;;;
;;; It is "may" instead of "would" because "would" is not quite
;;; correct on win32. However, none of the places that use it require
;;; further assurance than "may" versus "will definitely not".
(defun sysread-may-block-p (stream)
#+win32
;; This answers T at EOF on win32, I think.
(not (sb-win32:handle-listen (fd-stream-fd stream)))
#-win32
(not (sb-unix:unix-simple-poll (fd-stream-fd stream) :input 0)))
;;; If the read would block wait (using SERVE-EVENT) till input is available,
;;; then fill the input buffer, and return the number of bytes read. Throws
;;; to EOF-INPUT-CATCHER if the eof was reached.
(defun refill-input-buffer (stream)
(let ((fd (fd-stream-fd stream))
(errno 0)
(count 0))
(tagbody
#+win32
(go :main)
;; Check for blocking input before touching the stream if we are to
;; serve events: if the FD is blocking, we don't want to try an uninterruptible
;; read(). Regular files should never block, so we can elide the check.
(if (and (neq :regular (fd-stream-fd-type stream))
(sysread-may-block-p stream))
(go :wait-for-input)
(go :main))
;; These (:CLOSED-FLAME and :READ-ERROR) tags are here so what
;; we can signal errors outside the WITHOUT-INTERRUPTS.
:closed-flame
(closed-flame stream)
:read-error
(simple-stream-perror "couldn't read from ~S" stream errno)
:wait-for-input
;; This tag is here so we can unwind outside the WITHOUT-INTERRUPTS
;; to wait for input if read tells us EWOULDBLOCK.
(unless (wait-until-fd-usable fd :input (fd-stream-timeout stream)
(fd-stream-serve-events stream))
(signal-timeout 'io-timeout
:stream stream
:direction :input
:seconds (fd-stream-timeout stream)))
:main
;; Since the read should not block, we'll disable the
;; interrupts here, so that we don't accidentally unwind and
;; leave the stream in an inconsistent state.
;; Execute the nlx outside without-interrupts to ensure the
;; resulting thunk is stack-allocatable.
((lambda (return-reason)
(ecase return-reason
((nil)) ; fast path normal cases
((:wait-for-input) (go #-win32 :wait-for-input #+win32 :main))
((:closed-flame) (go :closed-flame))
((:read-error) (go :read-error))))
(without-interrupts
;; Check the buffer: if it is null, then someone has closed
;; the stream from underneath us. This is not ment to fix
;; multithreaded races, but to deal with interrupt handlers
;; closing the stream.
(block nil
(prog1 nil
(let* ((ibuf (or (fd-stream-ibuf stream) (return :closed-flame)))
(sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(length (buffer-length ibuf))
(head (buffer-head ibuf))
(tail (buffer-tail ibuf)))
(declare (index length head tail)
(inline sb-unix:unix-read))
(unless (zerop head)
(cond ((eql head tail)
;; Buffer is empty, but not at yet reset -- make it so.
(setf head 0
tail 0)
(reset-buffer ibuf))
(t
;; Buffer has things in it, but they are not at the
;; head -- move them there.
(let ((n (- tail head)))
(system-area-ub8-copy sap head sap 0 n)
(setf head 0
(buffer-head ibuf) head
tail n
(buffer-tail ibuf) tail)))))
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) nil)
(setf (values count errno)
(sb-unix:unix-read fd (sap+ sap tail) (- length tail)))
(cond ((null count)
(if (eql errno
#+win32 sb-unix:eintr
#-win32 sb-unix:ewouldblock)
(return :wait-for-input)
(return :read-error)))
((zerop count)
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) :eof)
(/show0 "THROWing EOF-INPUT-CATCHER")
(throw 'eof-input-catcher nil))
(t
;; Success! (Do not use INCF, for sake of other threads.)
(setf (buffer-tail ibuf) (+ count tail))))))))))
count))
;;; Make sure there are at least BYTES number of bytes in the input
;;; buffer. Keep calling REFILL-INPUT-BUFFER until that condition is met.
(defmacro input-at-least (stream bytes)
(let ((stream-var (gensym "STREAM"))
(bytes-var (gensym "BYTES"))
(buffer-var (gensym "IBUF")))
`(let* ((,stream-var ,stream)
(,bytes-var ,bytes)
(,buffer-var (fd-stream-ibuf ,stream-var)))
(loop
(when (>= (- (buffer-tail ,buffer-var)
(buffer-head ,buffer-var))
,bytes-var)
(return))
(refill-input-buffer ,stream-var)))))
(defmacro input-wrapper/variable-width ((stream bytes eof-error eof-value)
&body read-forms)
(let ((stream-var (gensym "STREAM"))
(retry-var (gensym "RETRY"))
(element-var (gensym "ELT")))
`(let* ((,stream-var ,stream)
(ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf ,stream-var))
(size nil))
(block use-instead
(when (fd-stream-eof-forced-p ,stream-var)
(setf (fd-stream-eof-forced-p ,stream-var) nil)
(return-from use-instead
(eof-or-lose ,stream-var ,eof-error ,eof-value)))
(let ((,element-var nil)
(decode-break-reason nil))
(do ((,retry-var t))
((not ,retry-var))
(if (> (length (fd-stream-instead ,stream-var)) 0)
(let* ((instead (fd-stream-instead ,stream-var))
(result (vector-pop instead))
(pointer (fill-pointer instead)))
(when (= pointer 0)
(setf (fd-stream-listen ,stream-var) nil))
(return-from use-instead result))
(unless
(catch 'eof-input-catcher
(setf decode-break-reason
(block decode-break-reason
(input-at-least ,stream-var ,(if (consp bytes)
(car bytes)
`(setq size ,bytes)))
(let* ((byte (sap-ref-8 (buffer-sap ibuf) (buffer-head ibuf))))
(declare (ignorable byte))
,@(when (consp bytes)
`((let ((sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(head (buffer-head ibuf)))
(declare (ignorable sap head))
(setq size ,(cadr bytes))
(input-at-least ,stream-var size))))
(setq ,element-var (locally ,@read-forms))
(setq ,retry-var nil))
nil))
(when decode-break-reason
(when (stream-decoding-error-and-handle
stream decode-break-reason)
(setq ,retry-var nil)
(throw 'eof-input-catcher nil)))
t)
(let ((octet-count (- (buffer-tail ibuf)
(buffer-head ibuf))))
(when (or (zerop octet-count)
(and (not ,element-var)
(not decode-break-reason)
(stream-decoding-error-and-handle
stream octet-count)))
(setq ,retry-var nil))))))
(cond (,element-var
(incf (buffer-head ibuf) size)
,element-var)
(t
(eof-or-lose ,stream-var ,eof-error ,eof-value))))))))
;;; a macro to wrap around all input routines to handle EOF-ERROR noise
(defmacro input-wrapper ((stream bytes eof-error eof-value) &body read-forms)
(let ((stream-var (gensym "STREAM"))
(element-var (gensym "ELT")))
`(let* ((,stream-var ,stream)
(ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf ,stream-var)))
(if (> (length (fd-stream-instead ,stream-var)) 0)
(bug "INSTEAD not empty in INPUT-WRAPPER for ~S" ,stream-var)
(let ((,element-var
(catch 'eof-input-catcher
(input-at-least ,stream-var ,bytes)
(locally ,@read-forms))))
(cond (,element-var
(incf (buffer-head (fd-stream-ibuf ,stream-var)) ,bytes)
,element-var)
(t
(eof-or-lose ,stream-var ,eof-error ,eof-value))))))))
(defmacro def-input-routine/variable-width (name
(type external-format size sap head)
&rest body)
`(progn
(defun ,name (stream eof-error eof-value)
(input-wrapper/variable-width (stream ,size eof-error eof-value)
(let ((,sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(,head (buffer-head ibuf)))
,@body)))
(setf *input-routines*
(nconc *input-routines*
(list (list ',type ',name 1 ',external-format))))))
(defmacro def-input-routine (name
(type size sap head)
&rest body)
`(progn
(defun ,name (stream eof-error eof-value)
(input-wrapper (stream ,size eof-error eof-value)
(let ((,sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(,head (buffer-head ibuf)))
,@body)))
(setf *input-routines*
(nconc *input-routines*
(list (list ',type ',name ',size nil))))))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading a string char
(def-input-routine input-character
(character 1 sap head)
(code-char (sap-ref-8 sap head)))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading an unsigned 8 bit number
(def-input-routine input-unsigned-8bit-byte
((unsigned-byte 8) 1 sap head)
(sap-ref-8 sap head))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading a signed 8 bit number
(def-input-routine input-signed-8bit-number
((signed-byte 8) 1 sap head)
(signed-sap-ref-8 sap head))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading an unsigned 16 bit number
(def-input-routine input-unsigned-16bit-byte
((unsigned-byte 16) 2 sap head)
(sap-ref-16 sap head))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading a signed 16 bit number
(def-input-routine input-signed-16bit-byte
((signed-byte 16) 2 sap head)
(signed-sap-ref-16 sap head))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading a unsigned 32 bit number
(def-input-routine input-unsigned-32bit-byte
((unsigned-byte 32) 4 sap head)
(sap-ref-32 sap head))
;;; STREAM-IN routine for reading a signed 32 bit number
(def-input-routine input-signed-32bit-byte
((signed-byte 32) 4 sap head)
(signed-sap-ref-32 sap head))
#+64-bit
(progn
(def-input-routine input-unsigned-64bit-byte
((unsigned-byte 64) 8 sap head)
(sap-ref-64 sap head))
(def-input-routine input-signed-64bit-byte
((signed-byte 64) 8 sap head)
(signed-sap-ref-64 sap head)))
;;; Find an input routine to use given the type. Return as multiple
;;; values the routine, the real type transfered, and the number of
;;; bytes per element (and for character types string input routine).
(defun pick-input-routine (type &optional external-format)
(when (subtypep type 'character)
(let ((entry (get-external-format-or-lose external-format)))
(return-from pick-input-routine
(values (ef-read-char-fun entry)
'character
1
(ef-read-n-chars-fun entry)
(ef-char-size entry)
(canonize-external-format external-format entry)))))
(dolist (entry *input-routines*)
(when (and (subtypep type (first entry))
(or (not (fourth entry))
(eq external-format (fourth entry))))
(return-from pick-input-routine
(values (symbol-function (second entry))
(first entry)
(third entry)))))
;; FIXME: let's do it the hard way, then (but ignore things like
;; endianness, efficiency, and the necessary coupling between these
;; and the output routines). -- CSR, 2004-02-09
(loop for i from 40 by 8 to 1024 ; ARB (well, KLUDGE really)
if (subtypep type `(unsigned-byte ,i))
do (return-from pick-input-routine
(values
(lambda (stream eof-error eof-value)
(input-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) eof-error eof-value)
(let ((sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(head (buffer-head ibuf)))
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
with result = 0
do (setf result
(+ (* 256 result)
(sap-ref-8 sap (+ head j))))
finally (return result)))))
`(unsigned-byte ,i)
(/ i 8))))
(loop for i from 40 by 8 to 1024 ; ARB (well, KLUDGE really)
if (subtypep type `(signed-byte ,i))
do (return-from pick-input-routine
(values
(lambda (stream eof-error eof-value)
(input-wrapper (stream (/ i 8) eof-error eof-value)
(let ((sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(head (buffer-head ibuf)))
(loop for j from 0 below (/ i 8)
with result = 0
do (setf result
(+ (* 256 result)
(sap-ref-8 sap (+ head j))))
finally (return (if (logbitp (1- i) result)
(dpb result (byte i 0) -1)
result))))))
`(signed-byte ,i)
(/ i 8)))))
;;; the N-BIN method for FD-STREAMs
;;;
;;; Note that this blocks in UNIX-READ. It is generally used where
;;; there is a definite amount of reading to be done, so blocking
;;; isn't too problematical.
(defun fd-stream-read-n-bytes (stream buffer start requested eof-error-p
&aux (total-copied 0))
(declare (type fd-stream stream))
(declare (type index start requested total-copied))
(aver (= (length (fd-stream-instead stream)) 0))
(do ()
(nil)
(let* ((remaining-request (- requested total-copied))
(ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf stream))
(head (buffer-head ibuf))
(tail (buffer-tail ibuf))
(available (- tail head))
(n-this-copy (min remaining-request available))
(this-start (+ start total-copied))
(this-end (+ this-start n-this-copy))
(sap (buffer-sap ibuf)))
(declare (type index remaining-request head tail available))
(declare (type index n-this-copy))
;; Copy data from stream buffer into user's buffer.
(%byte-blt sap head buffer this-start this-end)
(incf (buffer-head ibuf) n-this-copy)
(incf total-copied n-this-copy)
;; Maybe we need to refill the stream buffer.
(cond (;; If there were enough data in the stream buffer, we're done.
(eql total-copied requested)
(return total-copied))
(;; If EOF, we're done in another way.
(null (catch 'eof-input-catcher (refill-input-buffer stream)))
(if eof-error-p
(error 'end-of-file :stream stream)
(return total-copied)))
;; Otherwise we refilled the stream buffer, so fall
;; through into another pass of the loop.
))))
(defun fd-stream-resync (stream)
(let ((entry (get-external-format (fd-stream-external-format stream))))
(when entry
(funcall (ef-resync-fun entry) stream))))
(defun get-fd-stream-character-sizer (stream)
(let ((entry (get-external-format (fd-stream-external-format stream))))
(when entry
(ef-bytes-for-char-fun entry))))
(defun fd-stream-character-size (stream char)
(let ((sizer (get-fd-stream-character-sizer stream)))
(when sizer (funcall sizer char))))
(defun fd-stream-string-size (stream string)
(let ((sizer (get-fd-stream-character-sizer stream)))
(when sizer
(loop for char across string summing (funcall sizer char)))))
(defun find-external-format (external-format)
(when external-format
(get-external-format external-format)))
(defun variable-width-external-format-p (ef-entry)
(and ef-entry (not (null (ef-resync-fun ef-entry)))))
(defun bytes-for-char-fun (ef-entry)
(if ef-entry (ef-bytes-for-char-fun ef-entry) (constantly 1)))
(defmacro define-unibyte-mapping-external-format
(canonical-name (&rest other-names) &body exceptions)
(let ((->code-name (symbolicate canonical-name '->code-mapper))
(code->-name (symbolicate 'code-> canonical-name '-mapper))
(get-bytes-name (symbolicate 'get- canonical-name '-bytes))
(string->-name (symbolicate 'string-> canonical-name))
(define-string*-name (symbolicate 'define- canonical-name '->string*))
(string*-name (symbolicate canonical-name '->string*))
(define-string-name (symbolicate 'define- canonical-name '->string))
(string-name (symbolicate canonical-name '->string))
(->string-aref-name (symbolicate canonical-name '->string-aref)))
`(progn
(define-unibyte-mapper ,->code-name ,code->-name
,@exceptions)
(declaim (inline ,get-bytes-name))
(defun ,get-bytes-name (string pos)
(declare (optimize speed (safety 0))
(type simple-string string)
(type array-range pos))
(get-latin-bytes #',code->-name ,canonical-name string pos))
(defun ,string->-name (string sstart send null-padding)
(declare (optimize speed (safety 0))
(type simple-string string)
(type array-range sstart send))
(values (string->latin% string sstart send #',get-bytes-name null-padding)))
(defmacro ,define-string*-name (accessor type)
(declare (ignore type))
(let ((name (make-od-name ',string*-name accessor)))
`(progn
(defun ,name (string sstart send array astart aend)
(,(make-od-name 'latin->string* accessor)
string sstart send array astart aend #',',->code-name)))))
(instantiate-octets-definition ,define-string*-name)
(defmacro ,define-string-name (accessor type)
(declare (ignore type))
(let ((name (make-od-name ',string-name accessor)))
`(progn
(defun ,name (array astart aend)
(,(make-od-name 'latin->string accessor)
array astart aend #',',->code-name)))))
(instantiate-octets-definition ,define-string-name)
(define-unibyte-external-format ,canonical-name ,other-names
(let ((octet (,code->-name bits)))
(if octet
(setf (sap-ref-8 sap tail) octet)
(external-format-encoding-error stream bits)))
(let ((code (,->code-name byte)))
(if code
(code-char code)
(return-from decode-break-reason 1)))
,->string-aref-name
,string->-name))))
(defmacro define-unibyte-external-format
(canonical-name (&rest other-names)
out-form in-form octets-to-string-symbol string-to-octets-symbol)
`(define-external-format/variable-width (,canonical-name ,@other-names)
t #\? 1
,out-form
1
,in-form
,octets-to-string-symbol
,string-to-octets-symbol))
(defmacro define-external-format/variable-width
(external-format output-restart replacement-character
out-size-expr out-expr in-size-expr in-expr
octets-to-string-sym string-to-octets-sym
&key base-string-direct-mapping)
(let* ((name (first external-format))
(out-function (symbolicate "OUTPUT-BYTES/" name))
(format (format nil "OUTPUT-CHAR-~A-~~A-BUFFERED" (string name)))
(in-function (symbolicate "FD-STREAM-READ-N-CHARACTERS/" name))
(in-char-function (symbolicate "INPUT-CHAR/" name))
(resync-function (symbolicate "RESYNC/" name))
(size-function (symbolicate "BYTES-FOR-CHAR/" name))
(read-c-string-function (symbolicate "READ-FROM-C-STRING/" name))
(output-c-string-function (symbolicate "OUTPUT-TO-C-STRING/" name))
(n-buffer (gensym "BUFFER")))
`(progn
(defun ,size-function (byte)
(declare (ignorable byte))
,out-size-expr)
(defun ,out-function (stream string flush-p start end)
(let ((start (or start 0))
(end (or end (length string))))
(declare (type index start end))
(synchronize-stream-output stream)
(unless (<= 0 start end (length string))
(sequence-bounding-indices-bad-error string start end))
(do ()
((= end start))
(let ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf stream)))
(string-dispatch (simple-base-string
#+sb-unicode (simple-array character (*))
string)
string
(let ((len (buffer-length obuf))
(sap (buffer-sap obuf))
;; FIXME: Rename
(tail (buffer-tail obuf)))
(declare (type index tail)
;; STRING bounds have already been checked.
(optimize (safety 0)))
(,@(if output-restart
`(block output-nothing)
`(progn))
(do* ()
((or (= start end) (< (- len tail) 4)))
(let* ((byte (aref string start))
(bits (char-code byte))
(size ,out-size-expr))
,out-expr
(incf tail size)
(setf (buffer-tail obuf) tail)
(incf start)))
(go flush))
;; Exited via RETURN-FROM OUTPUT-NOTHING: skip the current character.
(incf start))))
flush
(when (< start end)
(flush-output-buffer stream)))
(when flush-p
(flush-output-buffer stream))))
(def-output-routines/variable-width (,format
,out-size-expr
,output-restart
,external-format
(:none character)
(:line character)
(:full character))
(if (eql byte #\Newline)
(setf (fd-stream-output-column stream) 0)
(setf (fd-stream-output-column stream)
(+ (truly-the unsigned-byte (fd-stream-output-column stream)) 1)))
(let ((bits (char-code byte))
(sap (buffer-sap obuf))
(tail (buffer-tail obuf)))
,out-expr))
(defun ,in-function (stream buffer start requested eof-error-p
&aux (total-copied 0))
(declare (type fd-stream stream)
(type index start requested total-copied)
(type
(simple-array character (#.+ansi-stream-in-buffer-length+))
buffer))
(when (fd-stream-eof-forced-p stream)
(setf (fd-stream-eof-forced-p stream) nil)
(return-from ,in-function 0))
(do ((instead (fd-stream-instead stream)))
((= (fill-pointer instead) 0)
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) nil))
(setf (aref buffer (+ start total-copied)) (vector-pop instead))
(incf total-copied)
(when (= requested total-copied)
(when (= (fill-pointer instead) 0)
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) nil))
(return-from ,in-function total-copied)))
(do ()
(nil)
(let* ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf stream))
(head (buffer-head ibuf))
(tail (buffer-tail ibuf))
(sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(decode-break-reason nil))
(declare (type index head tail))
;; Copy data from stream buffer into user's buffer.
(do ((size nil nil))
((or (= tail head) (= requested total-copied)))
(setf decode-break-reason
(block decode-break-reason
,@(when (consp in-size-expr)
`((when (> ,(car in-size-expr) (- tail head))
(return))))
(let ((byte (sap-ref-8 sap head)))
(declare (ignorable byte))
(setq size ,(if (consp in-size-expr) (cadr in-size-expr) in-size-expr))
(when (> size (- tail head))
(return))
(setf (aref buffer (+ start total-copied)) ,in-expr)
(incf total-copied)
(incf head size))
nil))
(setf (buffer-head ibuf) head)
(when decode-break-reason
;; If we've already read some characters on when the invalid
;; code sequence is detected, we return immediately. The
;; handling of the error is deferred until the next call
;; (where this check will be false). This allows establishing
;; high-level handlers for decode errors (for example
;; automatically resyncing in Lisp comments).
(when (plusp total-copied)
(return-from ,in-function total-copied))
(when (stream-decoding-error-and-handle
stream decode-break-reason)
(if eof-error-p
(error 'end-of-file :stream stream)
(return-from ,in-function total-copied)))
;; we might have been given stuff to use instead, so
;; we have to return (and trust our caller to know
;; what to do about TOTAL-COPIED being 0).
(return-from ,in-function total-copied)))
(setf (buffer-head ibuf) head)
;; Maybe we need to refill the stream buffer.
(cond ( ;; If was data in the stream buffer, we're done.
(plusp total-copied)
(return total-copied))
( ;; If EOF, we're done in another way.
(or (eq decode-break-reason 'eof)
(null (catch 'eof-input-catcher
(refill-input-buffer stream))))
(if eof-error-p
(error 'end-of-file :stream stream)
(return total-copied)))
;; Otherwise we refilled the stream buffer, so fall
;; through into another pass of the loop.
))))
(def-input-routine/variable-width ,in-char-function (character
,external-format
,in-size-expr
sap head)
(let ((byte (sap-ref-8 sap head)))
(declare (ignorable byte))
,in-expr))
(defun ,resync-function (stream)
(let ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf stream))
size)
(catch 'eof-input-catcher
(loop
(incf (buffer-head ibuf))
(input-at-least stream ,(if (consp in-size-expr) (car in-size-expr) `(setq size ,in-size-expr)))
(unless (block decode-break-reason
(let* ((sap (buffer-sap ibuf))
(head (buffer-head ibuf))
(byte (sap-ref-8 sap head)))
(declare (ignorable byte))
,@(when (consp in-size-expr)
`((setq size ,(cadr in-size-expr))
(input-at-least stream size)))
(setf head (buffer-head ibuf))
,in-expr)
nil)
(return))))))
(defun ,read-c-string-function (sap element-type)
(declare (type system-area-pointer sap))
(locally
(declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0)))
(let* ((stream ,name)
(size 0) (head 0) (byte 0) (char nil)
(decode-break-reason nil)
(length (dotimes (count (1- sb-xc:array-dimension-limit) count)
(setf decode-break-reason
(block decode-break-reason
(setf byte (sap-ref-8 sap head)
size ,(if (consp in-size-expr)
(cadr in-size-expr)
in-size-expr)
char ,in-expr)
(incf head size)
nil))
(when decode-break-reason
(c-string-decoding-error
,name sap head decode-break-reason))
(when (zerop (char-code char))
(return count))))
(string (case element-type
(base-char
(make-string length :element-type 'base-char))
(character
(make-string length :element-type 'character))
(t
(make-string length :element-type element-type)))))
(declare (ignorable stream)
(type index head length) ;; size
(type (unsigned-byte 8) byte)
(type (or null character) char)
(type string string))
(setf head 0)
(dotimes (index length string)
(setf decode-break-reason
(block decode-break-reason
(setf byte (sap-ref-8 sap head)
size ,(if (consp in-size-expr)
(cadr in-size-expr)
in-size-expr)
char ,in-expr)
(incf head size)
nil))
(when decode-break-reason
(c-string-decoding-error
,name sap head decode-break-reason))
(setf (aref string index) char)))))
(defun ,output-c-string-function (string)
(declare (type simple-string string))
(cond ,@(and base-string-direct-mapping
`(((simple-base-string-p string)
string)))
(t
(locally
(declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0)))
(block output-nothing
(let* ((length (length string))
(null-size (let* ((byte (code-char 0))
(bits (char-code byte)))
(declare (ignorable byte bits))
(the index ,out-size-expr)))
(buffer-length
(+ (loop for i of-type index below length
for byte of-type character = (aref string i)
for bits = (char-code byte)
sum (the index ,out-size-expr) of-type index)
null-size))
(tail 0)
(,n-buffer (make-array buffer-length
:element-type '(unsigned-byte 8)))
stream)
(declare (type index length buffer-length tail)
(type null stream)
(ignorable stream))
(with-pinned-objects (,n-buffer)
(let ((sap (vector-sap ,n-buffer)))
(declare (system-area-pointer sap))
(loop for i of-type index below length
for byte of-type character = (aref string i)
for bits = (char-code byte)
for size of-type index = ,out-size-expr
do (prog1
,out-expr
(incf tail size)))
(let* ((bits 0)
(byte (code-char bits))
(size null-size))
(declare (ignorable bits byte size))
,out-expr)))
,n-buffer))))))
(let ((entry (%make-external-format
:names ',external-format
:default-replacement-character ,replacement-character
:read-n-chars-fun #',in-function
:read-char-fun #',in-char-function
:write-n-bytes-fun #',out-function
,@(mapcan #'(lambda (buffering)
(list (intern (format nil "WRITE-CHAR-~A-BUFFERED-FUN" buffering) :keyword)
`#',(intern (format nil format (string buffering)))))
'(:none :line :full))
:resync-fun #',resync-function
:bytes-for-char-fun #',size-function
:read-c-string-fun #',read-c-string-function
:write-c-string-fun #',output-c-string-function
:octets-to-string-fun (lambda (&rest rest)
(declare (dynamic-extent rest))
(apply ',octets-to-string-sym rest))
:string-to-octets-fun (lambda (&rest rest)
(declare (dynamic-extent rest))
(apply ',string-to-octets-sym rest)))))
(dolist (ef ',external-format)
(setf (gethash ef *external-formats*) entry))))))
;;;; utility functions (misc routines, etc)
;;; Fill in the various routine slots for the given type. INPUT-P and
;;; OUTPUT-P indicate what slots to fill. The buffering slot must be
;;; set prior to calling this routine.
(defun set-fd-stream-routines (fd-stream element-type external-format
input-p output-p buffer-p)
(let* ((target-type (case element-type
(unsigned-byte '(unsigned-byte 8))
(signed-byte '(signed-byte 8))
(:default 'character)
(t element-type)))
(character-stream-p (subtypep target-type 'character))
(bivalent-stream-p (eq element-type :default))
normalized-external-format
char-size
(bin-routine #'ill-bin)
(bin-type nil)
(bin-size nil)
(cin-routine #'ill-in)
(cin-type nil)
(cin-size nil)
(input-type nil) ;calculated from bin-type/cin-type
(input-size nil) ;calculated from bin-size/cin-size
(read-n-characters #'ill-in)
(bout-routine #'ill-bout)
(bout-type nil)
(bout-size nil)
(cout-routine #'ill-out)
(cout-type nil)
(cout-size nil)
(output-type nil)
(output-size nil)
(output-bytes #'ill-bout))
;; Ensure that we have buffers in the desired direction(s) only,
;; getting new ones and dropping/resetting old ones as necessary.
(let ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream)))
(if output-p
(if obuf
(reset-buffer obuf)
(setf (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream) (get-buffer)))
(when obuf
(setf (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream) nil)
(release-buffer obuf))))
(let ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream)))
(if input-p
(if ibuf
(reset-buffer ibuf)
(setf (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream) (get-buffer)))
(when ibuf
(setf (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream) nil)
(release-buffer ibuf))))
;; FIXME: Why only for output? Why unconditionally?
(when output-p
(setf (fd-stream-output-column fd-stream) 0))
(when (and character-stream-p (eq external-format :default))
(/show0 "/getting default external format")
(setf external-format (default-external-format)))
(when input-p
(flet ((no-input-routine ()
(error "could not find any input routine for ~
~/sb-impl:print-type-specifier/"
target-type)))
(when (or (not character-stream-p) bivalent-stream-p)
(setf (values bin-routine bin-type bin-size read-n-characters
char-size normalized-external-format)
(pick-input-routine (if bivalent-stream-p '(unsigned-byte 8)
target-type)
external-format))
(unless bin-routine (no-input-routine)))
(when character-stream-p
(setf (values cin-routine cin-type cin-size read-n-characters
char-size normalized-external-format)
(pick-input-routine target-type external-format))
(unless cin-routine (no-input-routine))))
(setf (fd-stream-in fd-stream) cin-routine
(fd-stream-bin fd-stream) bin-routine)
;; character type gets preferential treatment
(setf input-size (or cin-size bin-size))
(setf input-type (or cin-type bin-type))
(when normalized-external-format
(setf (fd-stream-external-format fd-stream) normalized-external-format
(fd-stream-char-size fd-stream) char-size))
(when (= (or cin-size 1) (or bin-size 1) 1)
(setf (fd-stream-n-bin fd-stream) ;XXX
(if (and character-stream-p (not bivalent-stream-p))
read-n-characters
#'fd-stream-read-n-bytes))
;; Sometimes turn on fast-read-char/fast-read-byte. Switch on
;; for character and (unsigned-byte 8) streams. In these
;; cases, fast-read-* will read from the
;; ansi-stream-(c)in-buffer, saving function calls.
;; Otherwise, the various data-reading functions in the stream
;; structure will be called.
(when (and buffer-p
(not bivalent-stream-p)
;; temporary disable on :io streams
(not output-p))
(cond (character-stream-p
(setf (ansi-stream-cin-buffer fd-stream)
(make-array +ansi-stream-in-buffer-length+
:element-type 'character)))
((equal target-type '(unsigned-byte 8))
(setf (ansi-stream-in-buffer fd-stream)
(make-array +ansi-stream-in-buffer-length+
:element-type '(unsigned-byte 8))))))))
(when output-p
(when (or (not character-stream-p) bivalent-stream-p)
(setf (values bout-routine bout-type bout-size output-bytes
char-size normalized-external-format)
(let ((buffering (fd-stream-buffering fd-stream)))
(if bivalent-stream-p
(pick-output-routine '(unsigned-byte 8)
(if (eq :line buffering)
:full
buffering)
external-format)
(pick-output-routine target-type buffering external-format))))
(unless bout-routine
(error "could not find any output routine for ~S buffered ~S"
(fd-stream-buffering fd-stream)
target-type)))
(when character-stream-p
(setf (values cout-routine cout-type cout-size output-bytes
char-size normalized-external-format)
(pick-output-routine target-type
(fd-stream-buffering fd-stream)
external-format))
(unless cout-routine
(error "could not find any output routine for ~S buffered ~S"
(fd-stream-buffering fd-stream)
target-type)))
(when normalized-external-format
(setf (fd-stream-external-format fd-stream) normalized-external-format
(fd-stream-char-size fd-stream) char-size))
(when character-stream-p
(setf (fd-stream-output-bytes fd-stream) output-bytes))
(setf (fd-stream-out fd-stream) cout-routine
(fd-stream-bout fd-stream) bout-routine
(fd-stream-sout fd-stream) (if (eql cout-size 1)
#'fd-sout #'ill-out))
(setf output-size (or cout-size bout-size))
(setf output-type (or cout-type bout-type)))
(when (and input-size output-size
(not (eq input-size output-size)))
(error "Element sizes for input (~S:~S) and output (~S:~S) differ?"
input-type input-size
output-type output-size))
(setf (fd-stream-element-size fd-stream)
(or input-size output-size))
(setf (fd-stream-element-type fd-stream)
(cond ((equal input-type output-type)
input-type)
((null output-type)
input-type)
((null input-type)
output-type)
((subtypep input-type output-type)
input-type)
((subtypep output-type input-type)
output-type)
(t
(error "Input type (~/sb-impl:print-type-specifier/) and ~
output type (~/sb-impl:print-type-specifier/) ~
are unrelated?"
input-type output-type))))))
;;; Handles the resource-release aspects of stream closing, and marks
;;; it as closed.
(defun release-fd-stream-resources (fd-stream)
(handler-case
(without-interrupts
;; Drop handlers first.
(when (fd-stream-handler fd-stream)
(remove-fd-handler (fd-stream-handler fd-stream))
(setf (fd-stream-handler fd-stream) nil))
;; Disable interrupts so that a asynch unwind will not leave
;; us with a dangling finalizer (that would close the same
;; --possibly reassigned-- FD again), or a stream with a closed
;; FD that appears open.
(sb-unix:unix-close (fd-stream-fd fd-stream))
(set-closed-flame fd-stream)
(cancel-finalization fd-stream))
;; On error unwind from WITHOUT-INTERRUPTS.
(serious-condition (e)
(error e)))
;; Release all buffers. If this is undone, or interrupted,
;; we're still safe: buffers have finalizers of their own.
(release-fd-stream-buffers fd-stream))
;;; Flushes the current input buffer and any supplied replacements,
;;; and returns the input buffer, and the amount of flushed input in
;;; bytes.
(defun flush-input-buffer (stream)
(let* ((instead (fd-stream-instead stream))
(unread (length instead)))
;; (setf fill-pointer) performs some checks and is slower
(setf (%array-fill-pointer instead) 0)
(let ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf stream)))
(if ibuf
(let ((head (buffer-head ibuf))
(tail (buffer-tail ibuf)))
(values (reset-buffer ibuf) (- (+ unread tail) head)))
(values nil unread)))))
(defun fd-stream-clear-input (stream)
(flush-input-buffer stream)
#+win32
(progn
(sb-win32:handle-clear-input (fd-stream-fd stream))
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) nil))
#-win32
(catch 'eof-input-catcher
(loop until (sysread-may-block-p stream)
do
(refill-input-buffer stream)
(reset-buffer (fd-stream-ibuf stream)))
t))
;;; Handle miscellaneous operations on FD-STREAM.
(defun fd-stream-misc-routine (fd-stream operation &optional arg1 arg2)
(declare (ignore arg2))
(case operation
(:listen
(labels ((do-listen ()
(let ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream)))
(or (not (eql (buffer-head ibuf) (buffer-tail ibuf)))
(fd-stream-listen fd-stream)
#+win32
(sb-win32:handle-listen (fd-stream-fd fd-stream))
#-win32
;; If the read can block, LISTEN will certainly return NIL.
(if (sysread-may-block-p fd-stream)
nil
;; Otherwise select(2) and CL:LISTEN have slightly
;; different semantics. The former returns that an FD
;; is readable when a read operation wouldn't block.
;; That includes EOF. However, LISTEN must return NIL
;; at EOF.
(progn (catch 'eof-input-catcher
;; r-b/f too calls select, but it shouldn't
;; block as long as read can return once w/o
;; blocking
(refill-input-buffer fd-stream))
;; At this point either IBUF-HEAD != IBUF-TAIL
;; and FD-STREAM-LISTEN is NIL, in which case
;; we should return T, or IBUF-HEAD ==
;; IBUF-TAIL and FD-STREAM-LISTEN is :EOF, in
;; which case we should return :EOF for this
;; call and all future LISTEN call on this stream.
;; Call ourselves again to determine which case
;; applies.
(do-listen)))))))
(do-listen)))
(:unread
(decf (buffer-head (fd-stream-ibuf fd-stream))
(fd-stream-character-size fd-stream arg1)))
(:close
;; Drop input buffers
(setf (ansi-stream-in-index fd-stream) +ansi-stream-in-buffer-length+
(ansi-stream-cin-buffer fd-stream) nil
(ansi-stream-in-buffer fd-stream) nil)
(cond (arg1
;; We got us an abort on our hands.
(let ((outputp (fd-stream-obuf fd-stream))
(file (fd-stream-file fd-stream))
(orig (fd-stream-original fd-stream)))
;; This takes care of the important stuff -- everything
;; rest is cleaning up the file-system, which we cannot
;; do on some platforms as long as the file is open.
(release-fd-stream-resources fd-stream)
;; We can't do anything unless we know what file were
;; dealing with, and we don't want to do anything
;; strange unless we were writing to the file.
(when (and outputp file)
(if orig
;; If the original is EQ to file we are appending to
;; and can just close the file without renaming.
(unless (eq orig file)
;; We have a handle on the original, just revert.
(multiple-value-bind (okay err)
(sb-unix:unix-rename orig file)
;; FIXME: Why is this a SIMPLE-STREAM-ERROR, and the
;; others are SIMPLE-FILE-ERRORS? Surely they should
;; all be the same?
(unless okay
(simple-stream-perror
"~@<Couldn't restore ~S to its original ~
contents from ~S while closing ~S~:>"
fd-stream err
file orig fd-stream))))
;; We can't restore the original, and aren't
;; appending, so nuke that puppy.
;;
;; FIXME: This is currently the fate of superseded
;; files, and according to the CLOSE spec this is
;; wrong. However, there seems to be no clean way to
;; do that that doesn't involve either copying the
;; data (bad if the :abort resulted from a full
;; disk), or renaming the old file temporarily
;; (probably bad because stream opening becomes more
;; racy).
(multiple-value-bind (okay err)
(sb-unix:unix-unlink file)
(unless okay
(file-perror
file err
"~@<Couldn't remove ~S while closing ~S~:>" file fd-stream)))))))
(t
(finish-fd-stream-output fd-stream)
(let ((orig (fd-stream-original fd-stream)))
(when (and orig (fd-stream-delete-original fd-stream))
(multiple-value-bind (okay err) (sb-unix:unix-unlink orig)
(unless okay
(file-perror
orig err
"~@<Couldn't delete ~S while closing ~S~:>" orig fd-stream)))))
;; In case of no-abort close, don't *really* close the
;; stream until the last moment -- the cleaning up of the
;; original can be done first.
(release-fd-stream-resources fd-stream))))
(:clear-input
(fd-stream-clear-input fd-stream))
(:force-output
(flush-output-buffer fd-stream))
(:finish-output
(finish-fd-stream-output fd-stream))
(:element-type
(fd-stream-element-type fd-stream))
(:element-mode
(fd-stream-element-mode fd-stream))
(:external-format
(fd-stream-external-format fd-stream))
(:interactive-p
(plusp (the (integer 0)
(sb-unix:unix-isatty (fd-stream-fd fd-stream)))))
(:line-length
80)
(:charpos
(fd-stream-output-column fd-stream))
(:file-length
(unless (fd-stream-file fd-stream)
;; This is a TYPE-ERROR because ANSI's species FILE-LENGTH
;; "should signal an error of type TYPE-ERROR if stream is not
;; a stream associated with a file". Too bad there's no very
;; appropriate value for the EXPECTED-TYPE slot..
(error 'simple-type-error
:datum fd-stream
:expected-type 'fd-stream
:format-control "~S is not a stream associated with a file."
:format-arguments (list fd-stream)))
#-win32
(multiple-value-bind (okay dev ino mode nlink uid gid rdev size
atime mtime ctime blksize blocks)
(sb-unix:unix-fstat (fd-stream-fd fd-stream))
(declare (ignore ino nlink uid gid rdev
atime mtime ctime blksize blocks))
(unless okay
(simple-stream-perror "failed Unix fstat(2) on ~S" fd-stream dev))
(if (zerop mode)
nil
(truncate size (fd-stream-element-size fd-stream))))
#+win32
(let* ((handle (fd-stream-fd fd-stream))
(element-size (fd-stream-element-size fd-stream)))
(multiple-value-bind (got native-size)
(sb-win32:get-file-size-ex handle 0)
(if (zerop got)
;; Might be a block device, in which case we fall back to
;; a non-atomic workaround:
(let* ((here (sb-unix:unix-lseek handle 0 sb-unix:l_incr))
(there (sb-unix:unix-lseek handle 0 sb-unix:l_xtnd)))
(when (and here there)
(sb-unix:unix-lseek handle here sb-unix:l_set)
(truncate there element-size)))
(truncate native-size element-size)))))
(:file-string-length
(etypecase arg1
(character (fd-stream-character-size fd-stream arg1))
(string (fd-stream-string-size fd-stream arg1))))
(:file-position
(if arg1
(fd-stream-set-file-position fd-stream arg1)
(fd-stream-get-file-position fd-stream)))))
;; FIXME: Think about this.
;;
;; (defun finish-fd-stream-output (fd-stream)
;; (let ((timeout (fd-stream-timeout fd-stream)))
;; (loop while (fd-stream-output-queue fd-stream)
;; ;; FIXME: SIGINT while waiting for a timeout will
;; ;; cause a timeout here.
;; do (when (and (not (serve-event timeout)) timeout)
;; (signal-timeout 'io-timeout
;; :stream fd-stream
;; :direction :write
;; :seconds timeout)))))
(defun finish-fd-stream-output (stream)
(flush-output-buffer stream)
(do ()
((null (fd-stream-output-queue stream)))
(aver (fd-stream-serve-events stream))
(serve-all-events)))
(defun fd-stream-get-file-position (stream)
(declare (fd-stream stream))
(without-interrupts
(let ((posn (sb-unix:unix-lseek (fd-stream-fd stream) 0 sb-unix:l_incr)))
(declare (type (or (alien sb-unix:unix-offset) null) posn))
;; We used to return NIL for errno==ESPIPE, and signal an error
;; in other failure cases. However, CLHS says to return NIL if
;; the position cannot be determined -- so that's what we do.
(when (integerp posn)
;; Adjust for buffered output: If there is any output
;; buffered, the *real* file position will be larger
;; than reported by lseek() because lseek() obviously
;; cannot take into account output we have not sent
;; yet.
(dolist (buffer (fd-stream-output-queue stream))
(incf posn (- (buffer-tail buffer) (buffer-head buffer))))
(let ((obuf (fd-stream-obuf stream)))
(when obuf
(incf posn (buffer-tail obuf))))
;; Adjust for unread input: If there is any input
;; read from UNIX but not supplied to the user of the
;; stream, the *real* file position will smaller than
;; reported, because we want to look like the unread
;; stuff is still available.
(let ((ibuf (fd-stream-ibuf stream)))
(when ibuf
(decf posn (- (buffer-tail ibuf) (buffer-head ibuf)))))
;; Divide bytes by element size.
(truncate posn (fd-stream-element-size stream))))))
(defun fd-stream-set-file-position (stream position-spec)
(declare (fd-stream stream))
(check-type position-spec
(or (alien sb-unix:unix-offset) (member nil :start :end))
"valid file position designator")
(tagbody
:again
;; Make sure we don't have any output pending, because if we
;; move the file pointer before writing this stuff, it will be
;; written in the wrong location.
(finish-fd-stream-output stream)
;; Disable interrupts so that interrupt handlers doing output
;; won't screw us.
(without-interrupts
(unless (fd-stream-output-finished-p stream)
;; We got interrupted and more output came our way during
;; the interrupt. Wrapping the FINISH-FD-STREAM-OUTPUT in
;; WITHOUT-INTERRUPTS gets nasty as it can signal errors,
;; so we prefer to do things like this...
(go :again))
;; Clear out any pending input to force the next read to go to
;; the disk.
(flush-input-buffer stream)
;; Trash cached value for listen, so that we check next time.
(setf (fd-stream-listen stream) nil)
;; Now move it.
(multiple-value-bind (offset origin)
(case position-spec
(:start
(values 0 sb-unix:l_set))
(:end
(values 0 sb-unix:l_xtnd))
(t
(values (* position-spec (fd-stream-element-size stream))
sb-unix:l_set)))
(declare (type (alien sb-unix:unix-offset) offset))
(let ((posn (sb-unix:unix-lseek (fd-stream-fd stream)
offset origin)))
;; CLHS says to return true if the file-position was set
;; successfully, and NIL otherwise. We are to signal an error
;; only if the given position was out of bounds, and that is
;; dealt with above. In times past we used to return NIL for
;; errno==ESPIPE, and signal an error in other cases.
;;
;; FIXME: We are still liable to signal an error if flushing
;; output fails.
(return-from fd-stream-set-file-position
(typep posn '(alien sb-unix:unix-offset))))))))
;;;; creation routines (MAKE-FD-STREAM and OPEN)
;;; Create a stream for the given Unix file descriptor.
;;;
;;; If INPUT is non-NIL, allow input operations. If OUTPUT is non-nil,
;;; allow output operations. If neither INPUT nor OUTPUT is specified,
;;; default to allowing input.
;;;
;;; ELEMENT-TYPE indicates the element type to use (as for OPEN).
;;;
;;; BUFFERING indicates the kind of buffering to use.
;;;
;;; TIMEOUT (if true) is the number of seconds to wait for input. If
;;; NIL (the default), then wait forever. When we time out, we signal
;;; IO-TIMEOUT.
;;;
;;; FILE is the name of the file (will be returned by PATHNAME).
;;;
;;; NAME is used to identify the stream when printed.
;;;
;;; If SERVE-EVENTS is true, SERVE-EVENT machinery is used to
;;; handle blocking IO on the stream.
(defun make-fd-stream (fd
&key
(class 'fd-stream)
(input nil input-p)
(output nil output-p)
(element-type 'base-char)
(buffering :full)
(external-format :default)
serve-events
timeout
file
original
delete-original
pathname
input-buffer-p
dual-channel-p
(name (if file
(format nil "file ~A" file)
(format nil "descriptor ~W" fd)))
auto-close)
(declare (type index fd) (type (or real null) timeout)
(type (member :none :line :full) buffering))
(cond ((not (or input-p output-p))
(setf input t))
((not (or input output))
(error "File descriptor must be opened either for input or output.")))
(let* ((constructor (ecase class
(fd-stream '%make-fd-stream)
(form-tracking-stream '%make-form-tracking-stream)))
(element-mode (stream-element-type-stream-element-mode element-type))
(stream (funcall constructor
:fd fd
:fd-type
#-win32 (sb-unix:fd-type fd)
;; KLUDGE.
#+win32 (if serve-events
:unknown
:regular)
:name name
:file file
:original original
:delete-original delete-original
:pathname pathname
:buffering buffering
:dual-channel-p dual-channel-p
:element-mode element-mode
:serve-events serve-events
:timeout
(if timeout
(coerce timeout 'single-float)
nil))))
(set-fd-stream-routines stream element-type external-format
input output input-buffer-p)
(when auto-close
(finalize stream
(lambda ()
(sb-unix:unix-close fd)
#+sb-show
(format *terminal-io* "** closed file descriptor ~W **~%"
fd))
:dont-save t))
stream))
;;; Pick a name to use for the backup file for the :IF-EXISTS
;;; :RENAME-AND-DELETE and :RENAME options.
(defun pick-backup-name (name)
(declare (type simple-string name))
(concatenate 'simple-string name ".bak"))
;;; Rename NAMESTRING to ORIGINAL. First, check whether we have write
;;; access, since we don't want to trash unwritable files even if we
;;; technically can. We return true if we succeed in renaming.
(defun rename-the-old-one (namestring original)
(unless (sb-unix:unix-access namestring sb-unix:w_ok)
(error "~@<The file ~2I~_~S ~I~_is not writable.~:>" namestring))
(multiple-value-bind (okay err) (sb-unix:unix-rename namestring original)
(if okay
t
(file-perror
namestring err
"~@<couldn't rename ~2I~_~S ~I~_to ~2I~_~S~:>" namestring original))))
(defun %open-error (pathname errno if-exists if-does-not-exist)
(flet ((signal-it (&optional (condition 'simple-file-error))
(file-perror pathname errno condition
:format-control "Error opening ~S"
:format-arguments (list pathname))))
(restart-case
(case errno
(#-win32 #.sb-unix:enoent
#+win32 #.sb-win32::error_file_not_found
(case if-does-not-exist
(:error
(restart-case
(signal-it 'file-does-not-exist)
(create ()
:report "Reopen with :if-does-not-exist :create"
'(:new-if-does-not-exist :create))))
(:create
(sb-kernel::%file-error
pathname
"~@<The path ~2I~_~S ~I~_does not exist.~:>" pathname))
(t '(:return nil))))
(#-win32 #.sb-unix:eexist
#+win32 #.sb-win32::error_file_exists
(if (null if-exists)
'(:return nil)
(restart-case
(signal-it 'file-exists)
(supersede ()
:report "Reopen with :if-exists :supersede"
'(:new-if-exists :supersede))
(overwrite ()
:report "Reopen with :if-exists :overwrite"
'(:new-if-exists :overwrite))
(rename ()
:report "Reopen with :if-exists :rename"
'(:new-if-exists :rename))
(append ()
:report "Reopen with :if-exists :append"
'(:new-if-exists :append)))))
(t
(signal-it)))
(continue ()
:report "Retry opening."
'())
(use-value (value)
:report "Try opening a different file."
:interactive read-evaluated-form
(list :filename (the pathname-designator value))))))
(defun open (filename
&key
(direction :input)
(element-type 'base-char)
(if-exists nil if-exists-given)
(if-does-not-exist nil if-does-not-exist-given)
(external-format :default)
;; private options - use at your own risk
(class 'fd-stream)
#+win32
(overlapped t)
&aux ; Squelch assignment warning.
(filename filename)
(direction direction)
(if-does-not-exist if-does-not-exist)
(if-exists if-exists))
"Return a stream which reads from or writes to FILENAME.
Defined keywords:
:DIRECTION - one of :INPUT, :OUTPUT, :IO, or :PROBE
:ELEMENT-TYPE - the type of object to read or write, default BASE-CHAR
:IF-EXISTS - one of :ERROR, :NEW-VERSION, :RENAME, :RENAME-AND-DELETE,
:OVERWRITE, :APPEND, :SUPERSEDE or NIL
:IF-DOES-NOT-EXIST - one of :ERROR, :CREATE or NIL
See the manual for details."
;; Calculate useful stuff.
(loop
(multiple-value-bind (input output mask)
(ecase direction
(:input (values t nil sb-unix:o_rdonly))
(:output (values nil t sb-unix:o_wronly))
(:io (values t t sb-unix:o_rdwr))
(:probe (values t nil sb-unix:o_rdonly)))
(declare (type index mask))
(let* (;; PATHNAME is the pathname we associate with the stream.
(pathname (merge-pathnames filename))
(physical (physicalize-pathname pathname))
(truename (probe-file physical))
;; NAMESTRING is the native namestring we open the file with.
(namestring (cond (truename
(native-namestring truename :as-file t))
((or (not input)
(and input (eq if-does-not-exist :create))
(and (eq direction :io)
(not if-does-not-exist-given)))
(native-namestring physical :as-file t)))))
;; Process if-exists argument if we are doing any output.
(cond (output
(unless if-exists-given
(setf if-exists
(if (eq (pathname-version pathname) :newest)
:new-version
:error)))
(case if-exists
((:new-version :error nil)
(setf mask (logior mask sb-unix:o_excl)))
((:rename :rename-and-delete)
(setf mask (logior mask sb-unix:o_creat)))
((:supersede)
(setf mask (logior mask sb-unix:o_trunc)))
(:append
(setf mask (logior mask sb-unix:o_append)))))
(t
(setf if-exists :ignore-this-arg)))
(unless if-does-not-exist-given
(setf if-does-not-exist
(cond ((eq direction :input) :error)
((and output
(member if-exists '(:overwrite :append)))
:error)
((eq direction :probe)
nil)
(t
:create))))
(cond ((and if-exists-given
truename
(eq if-exists :new-version))
(sb-kernel::%file-error
pathname "OPEN :IF-EXISTS :NEW-VERSION is not supported ~
when a new version must be created."))
((eq if-does-not-exist :create)
(setf mask (logior mask sb-unix:o_creat)))
((not (member if-exists '(:error nil))))
;; Both if-does-not-exist and if-exists now imply
;; that there will be no opening of files, and either
;; an error would be signalled, or NIL returned
((and (not if-exists) (not if-does-not-exist))
(return-from open))
((and if-exists if-does-not-exist)
(sb-kernel::%file-error
pathname "OPEN :IF-DOES-NOT-EXIST ~s ~
:IF-EXISTS ~s will always signal an error."
if-does-not-exist if-exists))
(truename
(if if-exists
(sb-kernel::%file-error pathname 'file-exists)
(return)))
(if-does-not-exist
(sb-kernel::%file-error pathname 'file-does-not-exist))
(t
(return)))
(let ((original (case if-exists
((:rename :rename-and-delete)
(pick-backup-name namestring))
((:append :overwrite)
;; KLUDGE: Prevent CLOSE from deleting
;; appending streams when called with :ABORT T
namestring)))
(delete-original (eq if-exists :rename-and-delete))
(mode #o666))
(when (and original (not (eq original namestring)))
;; We are doing a :RENAME or :RENAME-AND-DELETE. Determine
;; whether the file already exists, make sure the original
;; file is not a directory, and keep the mode.
(let ((exists
(and namestring
(multiple-value-bind (okay err/dev inode orig-mode)
(sb-unix:unix-stat namestring)
(declare (ignore inode)
(type (or index null) orig-mode))
(cond
(okay
(when (and output (= (logand orig-mode #o170000)
#o40000))
(file-perror
pathname
"can't open ~A for output: is a directory" pathname))
(setf mode (logand orig-mode #o777))
t)
((eql err/dev sb-unix:enoent)
nil)
(t
(file-perror
namestring err/dev "can't find ~S" namestring)))))))
(unless (and exists
(rename-the-old-one namestring original))
(setf original nil)
(setf delete-original nil)
;; In order to use :SUPERSEDE instead, we have to make
;; sure SB-UNIX:O_CREAT corresponds to
;; IF-DOES-NOT-EXIST. SB-UNIX:O_CREAT was set before
;; because of IF-EXISTS being :RENAME.
(unless (eq if-does-not-exist :create)
(setf mask
(logior (logandc2 mask sb-unix:o_creat)
sb-unix:o_trunc)))
(setf if-exists :supersede))))
;; Now we can try the actual Unix open(2).
(multiple-value-bind (fd errno)
(if namestring
(sb-unix:unix-open namestring mask mode
#+win32 :overlapped #+win32 overlapped)
(values nil #-win32 sb-unix:enoent
#+win32 sb-win32::error_file_not_found))
(when (numberp fd)
(return (case direction
((:input :output :io)
;; For O_APPEND opened files, lseek returns 0 until first write.
;; So we jump ahead here.
(when (eq if-exists :append)
(sb-unix:unix-lseek fd 0 sb-unix:l_xtnd))
(make-fd-stream fd
:class class
:input input
:output output
:element-type element-type
:external-format external-format
:file namestring
:original original
:delete-original delete-original
:pathname pathname
:dual-channel-p nil
:serve-events nil
:input-buffer-p t
:auto-close t))
(:probe
(let ((stream
(%make-fd-stream :name namestring
:fd fd
:pathname pathname
:element-type element-type)))
(close stream)
stream)))))
(destructuring-bind (&key (return nil returnp)
new-filename
new-if-exists
new-if-does-not-exist)
(%open-error pathname errno if-exists if-does-not-exist)
(when returnp
(return return))
(when new-filename
(setf filename new-filename))
(when new-if-exists
(setf if-exists new-if-exists if-exists-given t))
(when new-if-does-not-exist
(setf if-does-not-exist new-if-does-not-exist
if-does-not-exist-given t)))))))))
;;;; initialization
;;; the stream connected to the controlling terminal, or NIL if there is none
(defvar *tty*)
;;; the stream connected to the standard input (file descriptor 0)
(defvar *stdin*)
;;; the stream connected to the standard output (file descriptor 1)
(defvar *stdout*)
;;; the stream connected to the standard error output (file descriptor 2)
(defvar *stderr*)
;;; This is called when the cold load is first started up, and may also
;;; be called in an attempt to recover from nested errors.
(defun stream-cold-init-or-reset ()
(stream-reinit)
(setf *terminal-io* (make-synonym-stream '*tty*))
(setf *standard-output* (make-synonym-stream '*stdout*))
(setf *standard-input* (make-synonym-stream '*stdin*))
(setf *error-output* (make-synonym-stream '*stderr*))
(setf *query-io* (make-synonym-stream '*terminal-io*))
(setf *debug-io* *query-io*)
(setf *trace-output* *standard-output*)
(values))
(defun stream-deinit ()
(setq *tty* nil *stdin* nil *stdout* nil *stderr* nil)
;; Unbind to make sure we're not accidently dealing with it
;; before we're ready (or after we think it's been deinitialized).
;; This uses the internal %MAKUNBOUND because the CL: function would
;; rightly complain that *AVAILABLE-BUFFERS* is proclaimed always bound.
(%makunbound '*available-buffers*))
(defun stdstream-external-format (fd)
#-win32 (declare (ignore fd))
(let* ((keyword (cond #+(and win32 sb-unicode)
((sb-win32::console-handle-p fd)
:ucs-2)
(t
(default-external-format))))
(ef (get-external-format keyword))
(replacement (ef-default-replacement-character ef)))
`(,keyword :replacement ,replacement)))
;;; This is called whenever a saved core is restarted.
(defun stream-reinit (&optional init-buffers-p)
(when init-buffers-p
;; Use the internal %BOUNDP for similar reason to that cited above-
;; BOUNDP on a known global transforms to the constant T.
(aver (not (%boundp '*available-buffers*)))
(setf *available-buffers* nil))
(with-simple-output-to-string (*error-output*)
(multiple-value-bind (in out err)
#-win32 (values 0 1 2)
#+win32 (sb-win32::get-std-handles)
(labels (#+win32
(nul-stream (name inputp outputp)
(let ((nul-handle
(cond
((and inputp outputp)
(sb-win32:unixlike-open "NUL" sb-unix:o_rdwr))
(inputp
(sb-win32:unixlike-open "NUL" sb-unix:o_rdonly))
(outputp
(sb-win32:unixlike-open "NUL" sb-unix:o_wronly))
(t
;; Not quite sure what to do in this case.
nil))))
(make-fd-stream
nul-handle
:name name
:input inputp
:output outputp
:buffering :line
:element-type :default
:serve-events inputp
:auto-close t
:external-format (stdstream-external-format nul-handle))))
(stdio-stream (handle name inputp outputp)
(cond
#+win32
((null handle)
;; If no actual handle was present, create a stream to NUL
(nul-stream name inputp outputp))
(t
(make-fd-stream
handle
:name name
:input inputp
:output outputp
:buffering :line
:element-type :default
:serve-events inputp
:external-format (stdstream-external-format handle))))))
(setf *stdin* (stdio-stream in "standard input" t nil)
*stdout* (stdio-stream out "standard output" nil t)
*stderr* (stdio-stream err "standard error" nil t))))
#+win32
(setf *tty* (make-two-way-stream *stdin* *stdout*))
#-win32
(let ((tty (sb-unix:unix-open "/dev/tty" sb-unix:o_rdwr #o666)))
(setf *tty*
(if tty
(make-fd-stream tty :name "the terminal"
:input t :output t :buffering :line
:external-format (stdstream-external-format tty)
:serve-events t
:auto-close t)
(make-two-way-stream *stdin* *stdout*))))
(princ (get-output-stream-string *error-output*) *stderr*))
(values))
;;;; miscellany
;;; the Unix way to beep
(defun beep (stream)
(write-char (code-char bell-char-code) stream)
(finish-output stream))
;;; This is kind of like FILE-POSITION, but is an internal hack used
;;; by the filesys stuff to get and set the file name.
;;;
;;; FIXME: misleading name, screwy interface
(defun file-name (stream &optional new-name)
(when (typep stream 'fd-stream)
(cond (new-name
(setf (fd-stream-pathname stream) new-name)
(setf (fd-stream-file stream)
(native-namestring (physicalize-pathname new-name)
:as-file t))
t)
(t
(fd-stream-pathname stream)))))
;; Fix the INPUT-CHAR-POS slot of STREAM after having consumed characters
;; from the CIN-BUFFER. This operation is done upon exit from a FAST-READ-CHAR
;; loop, and for each buffer refill inside the loop.
(defun update-input-char-pos (stream &optional (end +ansi-stream-in-buffer-length+))
(do ((chars (ansi-stream-cin-buffer stream))
(pos (form-tracking-stream-input-char-pos stream))
(i (ansi-stream-in-index stream) (1+ i)))
((>= i end)
(setf (form-tracking-stream-input-char-pos stream) pos))
(let ((char (aref chars i)))
(when (and (eql char #\Newline)
;; record it only if it wasn't unread and re-read
(> pos (form-tracking-stream-last-newline stream)))
(vector-push-extend pos (form-tracking-stream-newlines stream))
(setf (form-tracking-stream-last-newline stream) pos))
(incf pos))))
(defun tracking-stream-misc (stream operation &optional arg1 arg2)
;; The :UNREAD operation will never be invoked because STREAM has a buffer,
;; so unreading is implemented entirely within ANSI-STREAM-UNREAD-CHAR.
;; But we do need to prevent attempts to change the absolute position.
(case operation
(:file-position
(if arg1
(simple-stream-perror "~S is not positionable" stream)
(fd-stream-get-file-position stream)))
(t ; call next method
(fd-stream-misc-routine stream operation arg1 arg2))))
(!define-load-time-global *!cold-stderr-buf* " ")
(declaim (type (simple-base-string 1) *!cold-stderr-buf*))
(defun !make-cold-stderr-stream ()
(let ((stderr
#-win32 2
#+win32 (sb-win32::get-std-handle-or-null sb-win32::+std-error-handle+)))
(%make-fd-stream
:out (lambda (stream ch)
(declare (ignore stream))
(let ((b *!cold-stderr-buf*))
(setf (char b 0) ch)
(sb-unix:unix-write stderr b 0 1)))
:sout (lambda (stream string start end)
(declare (ignore stream))
(flet ((out (s start len)
(when (plusp len)
(setf (char *!cold-stderr-buf* 0) (char s (+ start len -1))))
(sb-unix:unix-write stderr s start len)))
(if (typep string 'simple-base-string)
(out string start (- end start))
(let ((n (- end start)))
;; will croak if there is any non-BASE-CHAR in the string
(out (replace (make-array n :element-type 'base-char)
string :start2 start) 0 n)))))
:misc (lambda (stream operation &optional arg1 arg2)
(declare (ignore stream arg1 arg2))
(case operation
(:charpos ; impart just enough smarts to make FRESH-LINE dtrt
(if (eql (char *!cold-stderr-buf* 0) #\newline) 0 1)))))))
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