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/* ansi2knr.c */ 
/* Convert ANSI C function definitions to K&R ("traditional C") syntax */ 
 
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/* 
 * Usage: 
	ansi2knr input_file [output_file] 
 * If no output_file is supplied, output goes to stdout. 
 * There are no error messages. 
 * 
 * ansi2knr recognizes function definitions by seeing a non-keyword 
 * identifier at the left margin, followed by a left parenthesis, 
 * with a right parenthesis as the last character on the line, 
 * and with a left brace as the first token on the following line 
 * (ignoring possible intervening comments). 
 * It will recognize a multi-line header provided that no intervening 
 * line ends with a left or right brace or a semicolon. 
 * These algorithms ignore whitespace and comments, except that 
 * the function name must be the first thing on the line. 
 * The following constructs will confuse it: 
 *	- Any other construct that starts at the left margin and 
 *	    follows the above syntax (such as a macro or function call). 
 *	- Some macros that tinker with the syntax of the function header. 
 */ 
 
/* 
 * The original and principal author of ansi2knr is L. Peter Deutsch 
 * <ghost@aladdin.com>.  Other authors are noted in the change history 
 * that follows (in reverse chronological order): 
	lpd 96-01-21 added code to cope with not HAVE_CONFIG_H and with 
		compilers that don't understand void, as suggested by 
		Tom Lane 
	lpd 96-01-15 changed to require that the first non-comment token 
		on the line following a function header be a left brace, 
		to reduce sensitivity to macros, as suggested by Tom Lane 
		<tgl@sss.pgh.pa.us> 
	lpd 95-06-22 removed #ifndefs whose sole purpose was to define 
		undefined preprocessor symbols as 0; changed all #ifdefs 
		for configuration symbols to #ifs 
	lpd 95-04-05 changed copyright notice to make it clear that 
		including ansi2knr in a program does not bring the entire 
		program under the GPL 
	lpd 94-12-18 added conditionals for systems where ctype macros 
		don't handle 8-bit characters properly, suggested by 
		Francois Pinard <pinard@iro.umontreal.ca>; 
		removed --varargs switch (this is now the default) 
	lpd 94-10-10 removed CONFIG_BROKETS conditional 
	lpd 94-07-16 added some conditionals to help GNU `configure', 
		suggested by Francois Pinard <pinard@iro.umontreal.ca>; 
		properly erase prototype args in function parameters, 
		contributed by Jim Avera <jima@netcom.com>; 
		correct error in writeblanks (it shouldn't erase EOLs) 
	lpd 89-xx-xx original version 
 */ 
 
/* Most of the conditionals here are to make ansi2knr work with */ 
/* or without the GNU configure machinery. */ 
 
#if HAVE_CONFIG_H 
# include <config.h> 
#endif 
 
#include <stdio.h> 
#include <ctype.h> 
 
#if HAVE_CONFIG_H 
 
/* 
   For properly autoconfiguring ansi2knr, use AC_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h). 
   This will define HAVE_CONFIG_H and so, activate the following lines. 
 */ 
 
# if STDC_HEADERS || HAVE_STRING_H 
#  include <string.h> 
# else 
#  include <strings.h> 
# endif 
 
#else /* not HAVE_CONFIG_H */ 
 
/* Otherwise do it the hard way */ 
 
# ifdef BSD 
#  include <strings.h> 
# else 
#  ifdef VMS 
    extern int strlen(), strncmp(); 
#  else 
#   include <string.h> 
#  endif 
# endif 
 
#endif /* not HAVE_CONFIG_H */ 
 
#if STDC_HEADERS 
# include <stdlib.h> 
#else 
/* 
   malloc and free should be declared in stdlib.h, 
   but if you've got a K&R compiler, they probably aren't. 
 */ 
# ifdef MSDOS 
#  include <malloc.h> 
# else 
#  ifdef VMS 
     extern char *malloc(); 
     extern void free(); 
#  else 
     extern char *malloc(); 
     extern int free(); 
#  endif 
# endif 
 
#endif 
 
/* 
 * The ctype macros don't always handle 8-bit characters correctly. 
 * Compensate for this here. 
 */ 
#ifdef isascii 
#  undef HAVE_ISASCII		/* just in case */ 
#  define HAVE_ISASCII 1 
#else 
#endif 
#if STDC_HEADERS || !HAVE_ISASCII 
#  define is_ascii(c) 1 
#else 
#  define is_ascii(c) isascii(c) 
#endif 
 
#define is_space(c) (is_ascii(c) && isspace(c)) 
#define is_alpha(c) (is_ascii(c) && isalpha(c)) 
#define is_alnum(c) (is_ascii(c) && isalnum(c)) 
 
/* Scanning macros */ 
#define isidchar(ch) (is_alnum(ch) || (ch) == '_') 
#define isidfirstchar(ch) (is_alpha(ch) || (ch) == '_') 
 
/* Forward references */ 
char *skipspace(); 
int writeblanks(); 
int test1(); 
int convert1(); 
 
/* The main program */ 
int 
main(argc, argv) 
    int argc; 
    char *argv[]; 
{	FILE *in, *out; 
#define bufsize 5000			/* arbitrary size */ 
	char *buf; 
	char *line; 
	char *more; 
	/* 
	 * In previous versions, ansi2knr recognized a --varargs switch. 
	 * If this switch was supplied, ansi2knr would attempt to convert 
	 * a ... argument to va_alist and va_dcl; if this switch was not 
	 * supplied, ansi2knr would simply drop any such arguments. 
	 * Now, ansi2knr always does this conversion, and we only 
	 * check for this switch for backward compatibility. 
	 */ 
	int convert_varargs = 1; 
 
	if ( argc > 1 && argv[1][0] == '-' ) 
	  {	if ( !strcmp(argv[1], "--varargs") ) 
		  {	convert_varargs = 1; 
			argc--; 
			argv++; 
		  } 
		else 
		  {	fprintf(stderr, "Unrecognized switch: %s\n", argv[1]); 
			exit(1); 
		  } 
	  } 
	switch ( argc ) 
	   { 
	default: 
		printf("Usage: ansi2knr input_file [output_file]\n"); 
		exit(0); 
	case 2: 
		out = stdout; 
		break; 
	case 3: 
		out = fopen(argv[2], "w"); 
		if ( out == NULL ) 
		   {	fprintf(stderr, "Cannot open output file %s\n", argv[2]); 
			exit(1); 
		   } 
	   } 
	in = fopen(argv[1], "r"); 
	if ( in == NULL ) 
	   {	fprintf(stderr, "Cannot open input file %s\n", argv[1]); 
		exit(1); 
	   } 
	fprintf(out, "#line 1 \"%s\"\n", argv[1]); 
	buf = malloc(bufsize); 
	line = buf; 
	while ( fgets(line, (unsigned)(buf + bufsize - line), in) != NULL ) 
	   { 
test:		line += strlen(line); 
		switch ( test1(buf) ) 
		   { 
		case 2:			/* a function header */ 
			convert1(buf, out, 1, convert_varargs); 
			break; 
		case 1:			/* a function */ 
			/* Check for a { at the start of the next line. */ 
			more = ++line; 
f:			if ( line >= buf + (bufsize - 1) ) /* overflow check */ 
			  goto wl; 
			if ( fgets(line, (unsigned)(buf + bufsize - line), in) == NULL ) 
			  goto wl; 
			switch ( *skipspace(more, 1) ) 
			  { 
			  case '{': 
			    /* Definitely a function header. */ 
			    convert1(buf, out, 0, convert_varargs); 
			    fputs(more, out); 
			    break; 
			  case 0: 
			    /* The next line was blank or a comment: */ 
			    /* keep scanning for a non-comment. */ 
			    line += strlen(line); 
			    goto f; 
			  default: 
			    /* buf isn't a function header, but */ 
			    /* more might be. */ 
			    fputs(buf, out); 
			    strcpy(buf, more); 
			    line = buf; 
			    goto test; 
			  } 
			break; 
		case -1:		/* maybe the start of a function */ 
			if ( line != buf + (bufsize - 1) ) /* overflow check */ 
			  continue; 
			/* falls through */ 
		default:		/* not a function */ 
wl:			fputs(buf, out); 
			break; 
		   } 
		line = buf; 
	   } 
	if ( line != buf ) 
	  fputs(buf, out); 
	free(buf); 
	fclose(out); 
	fclose(in); 
	return 0; 
} 
 
/* Skip over space and comments, in either direction. */ 
char * 
skipspace(p, dir) 
    register char *p; 
    register int dir;			/* 1 for forward, -1 for backward */ 
{	for ( ; ; ) 
	   {	while ( is_space(*p) ) 
		  p += dir; 
		if ( !(*p == '/' && p[dir] == '*') ) 
		  break; 
		p += dir;  p += dir; 
		while ( !(*p == '*' && p[dir] == '/') ) 
		   {	if ( *p == 0 ) 
			  return p;	/* multi-line comment?? */ 
			p += dir; 
		   } 
		p += dir;  p += dir; 
	   } 
	return p; 
} 
 
/* 
 * Write blanks over part of a string. 
 * Don't overwrite end-of-line characters. 
 */ 
int 
writeblanks(start, end) 
    char *start; 
    char *end; 
{	char *p; 
	for ( p = start; p < end; p++ ) 
	  if ( *p != '\r' && *p != '\n' ) 
	    *p = ' '; 
	return 0; 
} 
 
/* 
 * Test whether the string in buf is a function definition. 
 * The string may contain and/or end with a newline. 
 * Return as follows: 
 *	0 - definitely not a function definition; 
 *	1 - definitely a function definition; 
 *	2 - definitely a function prototype (NOT USED); 
 *	-1 - may be the beginning of a function definition, 
 *		append another line and look again. 
 * The reason we don't attempt to convert function prototypes is that 
 * Ghostscript's declaration-generating macros look too much like 
 * prototypes, and confuse the algorithms. 
 */ 
int 
test1(buf) 
    char *buf; 
{	register char *p = buf; 
	char *bend; 
	char *endfn; 
	int contin; 
 
	if ( !isidfirstchar(*p) ) 
	  return 0;		/* no name at left margin */ 
	bend = skipspace(buf + strlen(buf) - 1, -1); 
	switch ( *bend ) 
	   { 
	   case ';': contin = 0 /*2*/; break; 
	   case ')': contin = 1; break; 
	   case '{': return 0;		/* not a function */ 
	   case '}': return 0;		/* not a function */ 
	   default: contin = -1; 
	   } 
	while ( isidchar(*p) ) 
	  p++; 
	endfn = p; 
	p = skipspace(p, 1); 
	if ( *p++ != '(' ) 
	  return 0;		/* not a function */ 
	p = skipspace(p, 1); 
	if ( *p == ')' ) 
	  return 0;		/* no parameters */ 
	/* Check that the apparent function name isn't a keyword. */ 
	/* We only need to check for keywords that could be followed */ 
	/* by a left parenthesis (which, unfortunately, is most of them). */ 
	   {	static char *words[] = 
		   {	"asm", "auto", "case", "char", "const", "double", 
			"extern", "float", "for", "if", "int", "long", 
			"register", "return", "short", "signed", "sizeof", 
			"static", "switch", "typedef", "unsigned", 
			"void", "volatile", "while", 0 
		   }; 
		char **key = words; 
		char *kp; 
		int len = endfn - buf; 
 
		while ( (kp = *key) != 0 ) 
		   {	if ( strlen(kp) == len && !strncmp(kp, buf, len) ) 
			  return 0;	/* name is a keyword */ 
			key++; 
		   } 
	   } 
	return contin; 
} 
 
/* Convert a recognized function definition or header to K&R syntax. */ 
int 
convert1(buf, out, header, convert_varargs) 
    char *buf; 
    FILE *out; 
    int header;			/* Boolean */ 
    int convert_varargs;	/* Boolean */ 
{	char *endfn; 
	register char *p; 
	char **breaks; 
	unsigned num_breaks = 2;	/* for testing */ 
	char **btop; 
	char **bp; 
	char **ap; 
	char *vararg = 0; 
 
	/* Pre-ANSI implementations don't agree on whether strchr */ 
	/* is called strchr or index, so we open-code it here. */ 
	for ( endfn = buf; *(endfn++) != '('; ) 
	  ; 
top:	p = endfn; 
	breaks = (char **)malloc(sizeof(char *) * num_breaks * 2); 
	if ( breaks == 0 ) 
	   {	/* Couldn't allocate break table, give up */ 
		fprintf(stderr, "Unable to allocate break table!\n"); 
		fputs(buf, out); 
		return -1; 
	   } 
	btop = breaks + num_breaks * 2 - 2; 
	bp = breaks; 
	/* Parse the argument list */ 
	do 
	   {	int level = 0; 
		char *lp = NULL; 
		char *rp; 
		char *end = NULL; 
 
		if ( bp >= btop ) 
		   {	/* Filled up break table. */ 
			/* Allocate a bigger one and start over. */ 
			free((char *)breaks); 
			num_breaks <<= 1; 
			goto top; 
		   } 
		*bp++ = p; 
		/* Find the end of the argument */ 
		for ( ; end == NULL; p++ ) 
		   {	switch(*p) 
			   { 
			   case ',': 
				if ( !level ) end = p; 
				break; 
			   case '(': 
				if ( !level ) lp = p; 
				level++; 
				break; 
			   case ')': 
				if ( --level < 0 ) end = p; 
				else rp = p; 
				break; 
			   case '/': 
				p = skipspace(p, 1) - 1; 
				break; 
			   default: 
				; 
			   } 
		   } 
		/* Erase any embedded prototype parameters. */ 
		if ( lp ) 
		  writeblanks(lp + 1, rp); 
		p--;			/* back up over terminator */ 
		/* Find the name being declared. */ 
		/* This is complicated because of procedure and */ 
		/* array modifiers. */ 
		for ( ; ; ) 
		   {	p = skipspace(p - 1, -1); 
			switch ( *p ) 
			   { 
			   case ']':	/* skip array dimension(s) */ 
			   case ')':	/* skip procedure args OR name */ 
			   {	int level = 1; 
				while ( level ) 
				 switch ( *--p ) 
				   { 
				   case ']': case ')': level++; break; 
				   case '[': case '(': level--; break; 
				   case '/': p = skipspace(p, -1) + 1; break; 
				   default: ; 
				   } 
			   } 
				if ( *p == '(' && *skipspace(p + 1, 1) == '*' ) 
				   {	/* We found the name being declared */ 
					while ( !isidfirstchar(*p) ) 
					  p = skipspace(p, 1) + 1; 
					goto found; 
				   } 
				break; 
			   default: 
				goto found; 
			   } 
		   } 
found:		if ( *p == '.' && p[-1] == '.' && p[-2] == '.' ) 
		  {	if ( convert_varargs ) 
			  {	*bp++ = "va_alist"; 
				vararg = p-2; 
			  } 
			else 
			  {	p++; 
				if ( bp == breaks + 1 )	/* sole argument */ 
				  writeblanks(breaks[0], p); 
				else 
				  writeblanks(bp[-1] - 1, p); 
				bp--; 
			  } 
		   } 
		else 
		   {	while ( isidchar(*p) ) p--; 
			*bp++ = p+1; 
		   } 
		p = end; 
	   } 
	while ( *p++ == ',' ); 
	*bp = p; 
	/* Make a special check for 'void' arglist */ 
	if ( bp == breaks+2 ) 
	   {	p = skipspace(breaks[0], 1); 
		if ( !strncmp(p, "void", 4) ) 
		   {	p = skipspace(p+4, 1); 
			if ( p == breaks[2] - 1 ) 
			   {	bp = breaks;	/* yup, pretend arglist is empty */ 
				writeblanks(breaks[0], p + 1); 
			   } 
		   } 
	   } 
	/* Put out the function name and left parenthesis. */ 
	p = buf; 
	while ( p != endfn ) putc(*p, out), p++; 
	/* Put out the declaration. */ 
	if ( header ) 
	  {	fputs(");", out); 
		for ( p = breaks[0]; *p; p++ ) 
		  if ( *p == '\r' || *p == '\n' ) 
		    putc(*p, out); 
	  } 
	else 
	  {	for ( ap = breaks+1; ap < bp; ap += 2 ) 
		  {	p = *ap; 
			while ( isidchar(*p) ) 
			  putc(*p, out), p++; 
			if ( ap < bp - 1 ) 
			  fputs(", ", out); 
		  } 
		fputs(")  ", out); 
		/* Put out the argument declarations */ 
		for ( ap = breaks+2; ap <= bp; ap += 2 ) 
		  (*ap)[-1] = ';'; 
		if ( vararg != 0 ) 
		  {	*vararg = 0; 
			fputs(breaks[0], out);		/* any prior args */ 
			fputs("va_dcl", out);		/* the final arg */ 
			fputs(bp[0], out); 
		  } 
		else 
		  fputs(breaks[0], out); 
	  } 
	free((char *)breaks); 
	return 0; 
}