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/****************************************************************
Copyright 1990, 1991 by AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bellcore.

Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software
and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby
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AT&T and Bellcore disclaim all warranties with regard to this
software, including all implied warranties of merchantability
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any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages
whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether
in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action,
arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of
this software.
****************************************************************/

#include "defs.h"
#include "names.h"
#include "output.h"

#define TOO_LONG_INDENT (2 * tab_size)
#define MAX_INDENT 44
#define MIN_INDENT 22
static int last_was_newline = 0;
int indent = 0;
int in_comment = 0;

static int
write_indent(fp, use_indent, extra_indent, start, end)
FILE *fp;
int use_indent, extra_indent;
char *start, *end;
{
int ind, tab;

if (last_was_newline && use_indent) {
if (*start == '\n') do {
putc('\n', fp);
if (++start > end)
return;
}
while(*start == '\n');

ind = indent <= MAX_INDENT
? indent
: MIN_INDENT + indent % (MAX_INDENT - MIN_INDENT);

tab = ind + extra_indent;

while (tab > 7) {
putc ('\t', fp);
tab -= 8;
} /* while */

while (tab-- > 0)
putc (' ', fp);
} /* if last_was_newline */

while (start <= end)

putc (*start++, fp);
} /* write_indent */


/*VARARGS2*/
int margin_printf (fp, a, b, c, d, e, f, g)
FILE *fp;
char *a;
long b, c, d, e, f, g;
{
ind_printf (0, fp, a, b, c, d, e, f, g);
} /* margin_printf */

/*VARARGS2*/
int nice_printf (fp, a, b, c, d, e, f, g)
FILE *fp;
char *a;
long b, c, d, e, f, g;
{
ind_printf (1, fp, a, b, c, d, e, f, g);
} /* nice_printf */


#define max_line_len c_output_line_length
/* 74Number of characters allowed on an output
line. This assumes newlines are handled
nicely, i.e. a newline after a full text
line on a terminal is ignored */

/* output_buf holds the text of the next line to be printed. It gets
flushed when a newline is printed. next_slot points to the next
available location in the output buffer, i.e. where the next call to
nice_printf will have its output stored */

static char *output_buf;
static char *next_slot;
static char *string_start;

static char *word_start = NULL;
static int cursor_pos = 0;
static int In_string = 0;

void
np_init()
{
next_slot = output_buf = Alloc(MAX_OUTPUT_SIZE);
memset(output_buf, 0, MAX_OUTPUT_SIZE);
}

static char *
adjust_pointer_in_string(pointer)
register char *pointer;
{
register char *s, *s1, *se, *s0;

/* arrange not to break \002 */
s1 = string_start ? string_start : output_buf;
for(s = s1; s < pointer; s++) {
s0 = s1;
s1 = s;
if (*s == '\\') {
se = s++ + 4;
if (se > pointer)
break;
if (*s < '0' || *s > '7')
continue;
while(++s < se)
if (*s < '0' || *s > '7')
break;
--s;
}
}
return s0 - 1;
}

/* ANSI says strcpy's behavior is undefined for overlapping args,
* so we roll our own fwd_strcpy: */

static void
fwd_strcpy(t, s)
register char *t, *s;
{ while(*t++ = *s++); }

/* isident -- true iff character could belong to a unit. C allows
letters, numbers and underscores in identifiers. This also doubles as
a check for numeric constants, since we include the decimal point and
minus sign. The minus has to be here, since the constant "10e-2"
cannot be broken up. The '.' also prevents structure references from
being broken, which is a quite acceptable side effect */

#define isident(x) (Tr[x] & 1)
#define isntident(x) (!Tr[x])

int ind_printf (use_indent, fp, a, b, c, d, e, f, g)
int use_indent;
FILE *fp;
char *a;
long b, c, d, e, f, g;
{
extern int max_line_len;
extern FILEP c_file;
extern char tr_tab[]; /* in output.c */
register char *Tr = tr_tab;
int ch, inc, ind;
static int extra_indent, last_indent, set_cursor = 1;

cursor_pos += indent - last_indent;
last_indent = indent;
sprintf (next_slot, a, b, c, d, e, f, g);

if (fp != c_file) {
fprintf (fp,"%s", next_slot);
return 1;
} /* if fp != c_file */

do {
char *pointer;

/* The for loop will parse one output line */

if (set_cursor) {
ind = indent <= MAX_INDENT
? indent
: MIN_INDENT + indent % (MAX_INDENT - MIN_INDENT);
cursor_pos = ind + extra_indent;
set_cursor = 0;
}
if (in_comment)
for (pointer = next_slot; *pointer && *pointer != '\n' &&
cursor_pos <= max_line_len; pointer++)
cursor_pos++;
else
for (pointer = next_slot; *pointer && *pointer != '\n' &&
cursor_pos <= max_line_len; pointer++) {

/* Update state variables here */

if (In_string) {
switch(*pointer) {
case '\\':
if (++cursor_pos > max_line_len) {
cursor_pos -= 2;
--pointer;
goto overflow;
}
++pointer;
break;
case '"':
In_string = 0;
word_start = 0;
}
}
else switch (*pointer) {
case '"':
if (cursor_pos + 5 > max_line_len) {
word_start = 0;
--pointer;
goto overflow;
}
In_string = 1;
string_start = word_start = pointer;
break;
case '\'':
if (pointer[1] == '\\')
if ((ch = pointer[2]) >= '0' && ch <= '7')

for(inc = 3; pointer[inc] != '\''
&& ++inc < 5;);
else
inc = 3;
else
inc = 2;
/*debug*/ if (pointer[inc] != '\'')
/*debug*/ fatalstr("Bad character constant %.10s",
pointer);
if ((cursor_pos += inc) > max_line_len) {
cursor_pos -= inc;
word_start = 0;
--pointer;
goto overflow;
}
word_start = pointer;
pointer += inc;
break;
case '\t':
cursor_pos = 8 * ((cursor_pos + 8) / 8) - 1;
break;
default: {

/* HACK Assumes that all characters in an atomic C token will be written
at the same time. Must check for tokens first, since '-' is considered
part of an identifier; checking isident first would mean breaking up "->" */

if (!word_start && isident(*(unsigned char *)pointer))
word_start = pointer;
else if (word_start && isntident(*(unsigned char *)pointer))
word_start = NULL;
break;
} /* default */
} /* switch */
cursor_pos++;
} /* for pointer = next_slot */
overflow:
if (*pointer == '\0') {

/* The output line is not complete, so break out and don't output
anything. The current line fragment will be stored in the buffer */

next_slot = pointer;
break;
} else {
char last_char;
int in_string0 = In_string;

/* If the line was too long, move pointer back to the character before
the current word. This allows line breaking on word boundaries. Make
sure that 80 character comment lines get broken up somehow. We assume
that any non-string 80 character identifier must be in a comment.
*/

if (word_start && *pointer != '\n' && word_start > output_buf)
if (In_string)
if (string_start && pointer - string_start < 5)
pointer = string_start - 1;
else {
pointer = adjust_pointer_in_string(pointer);
string_start = 0;
}
else if (word_start == string_start
&& pointer - string_start >= 5) {
pointer = adjust_pointer_in_string(next_slot);
In_string = 1;
string_start = 0;
}
else
pointer = word_start - 1;
else if (cursor_pos > max_line_len) {
extern char *strchr();
if (In_string) {
pointer = adjust_pointer_in_string(pointer);
if (string_start && pointer > string_start)
string_start = 0;
}
else if (strchr("&*+-/<=>|", *pointer)
&& strchr("!%&*+-/<=>^|", pointer[-1])) {
pointer -= 2;
if (strchr("<>", *pointer)) /* <<=, >>= */
pointer--;
}
else
pointer--;
}
last_char = *pointer;
write_indent(fp, use_indent, extra_indent, output_buf, pointer);
next_slot = output_buf;
if (In_string && !string_start && Ansi == 1 && last_char != '\n')
*next_slot++ = '"';
fwd_strcpy(next_slot, pointer + 1);

/* insert a line break */

if (last_char == '\n') {
if (In_string)
last_was_newline = 0;
else {
last_was_newline = 1;
extra_indent = 0;
}
}
else {
extra_indent = TOO_LONG_INDENT;
if (In_string && !string_start) {
if (Ansi == 1) {
fprintf(fp, "\"\n");
use_indent = 1;
last_was_newline = 1;
}
else {
fprintf(fp, "\\\n");
last_was_newline = 0;
}
In_string = in_string0;
}
else {
putc ('\n', fp);
last_was_newline = 1;
}
} /* if *pointer != '\n' */

if (In_string && Ansi != 1 && !string_start)
cursor_pos = 0;
else
set_cursor = 1;

string_start = word_start = NULL;

} /* else */

} while (*next_slot);

return 0;
} /* ind_printf */