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# Checking the Bison scanner.                    -*- Autotest -*-
# Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
# any later version.

# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.

# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
# 02110-1301, USA.

AT_BANNER([[Input Processing.]])

# Mostly test that we are robust to mistakes.


## ------------ ##
## Invalid $n.  ##
## ------------ ##

AT_SETUP([Invalid dollar-n])

AT_DATA([input.y],
[[%%
exp: { $$ = $1 ; };
]])

AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [1], [],
[[input.y:2.13-14: integer out of range: `$1'
]])

AT_CLEANUP


## ------------ ##
## Invalid @n.  ##
## ------------ ##

AT_SETUP([Invalid @n])

AT_DATA([input.y],
[[%%
exp: { @$ = @1 ; };
]])

AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [1], [],
[[input.y:2.13-14: integer out of range: `@1'
]])

AT_CLEANUP


## -------------- ##
## Type Clashes.  ##
## -------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Type Clashes])

AT_DATA([input.y],
[[%token foo
%type <bar> exp
%%
exp: foo {} foo
   | foo
   | /* Empty. */
   ;
]])

AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [], [],
[[input.y:4.6-15: warning: type clash on default action: <bar> != <>
input.y:5.6-8: warning: type clash on default action: <bar> != <>
input.y:6.5: warning: empty rule for typed nonterminal, and no action
]])

AT_CLEANUP


## --------------- ##
## Unused values.  ##
## --------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Unused values])

AT_DATA([input.y],
[[%token <integer> INT
%type <integer> a b c d e f g h i j k l
%destructor { destroy ($$); } INT a b c d e f g h i j k l
%%
start:
  'a' a { $2 } | 'b' b { $2 } | 'c' c { $2 } | 'd' d { $2 } | 'e' e { $2 }
| 'f' f { $2 } | 'g' g { $2 } | 'h' h { $2 } | 'i' i { $2 } | 'j' j { $2 }
| 'k' k { $2 } | 'l' l { $2 }
;

a: INT | INT { } INT { } INT { };
b: INT | /* empty */;
c: INT | INT { $1 } INT { } INT { };
d: INT | INT { } INT { $1 } INT { };
e: INT | INT { } INT {  } INT { $1 };
f: INT | INT { } INT {  } INT { $$ = $1 + $3 + $5; };
g: INT | INT { $$ } INT { $$ } INT { };
h: INT | INT { $$ } INT { $$ = $2 } INT { };
i: INT | INT INT { } { $$ = $1 + $2; };
j: INT | INT INT { $<integer>$ = 1; } { $$ = $1 + $2; };
k: INT | INT INT { $$; } { $$ = $3; } { };
l: INT | INT { $$ = $1; } INT { $$ = $2 + $3; } INT { $$ = $4 + $5; };

]])

AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [], [],
[[input.y:11.10-32: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:11.10-32: warning: unused value: $1
input.y:11.10-32: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:11.10-32: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:12.9: warning: empty rule for typed nonterminal, and no action
input.y:13.10-35: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:13.10-35: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:13.10-35: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:14.10-35: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:14.10-35: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:14.10-35: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:15.10-36: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:15.10-36: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:15.10-36: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unused value: $1
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unused value: $2
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unused value: $4
input.y:17.10-38: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:18.10-43: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:18.10-43: warning: unused value: $1
input.y:18.10-43: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:18.10-43: warning: unused value: $4
input.y:18.10-43: warning: unused value: $5
input.y:20.10-55: warning: unused value: $3
input.y:21.10-41: warning: unset value: $$
input.y:21.10-41: warning: unused value: $1
input.y:21.10-41: warning: unused value: $2
input.y:21.10-41: warning: unused value: $4
]])

AT_CLEANUP


## ---------------------- ##
## Incompatible Aliases.  ##
## ---------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Incompatible Aliases])

AT_DATA([input.y],
[[%token foo "foo"

%type <bar>       foo
%printer {bar}    foo
%destructor {bar} foo
%left             foo

%type <baz>       "foo"
%printer {baz}    "foo"
%destructor {baz} "foo"
%left             "foo"

%%
exp: foo;
]])

AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [1], [],
[[input.y:8.7-11: %type redeclaration for foo
input.y:3.7-11: first declaration
input.y:10.13-17: %destructor redeclaration for foo
input.y:5.13-17: first declaration
input.y:9.10-14: %printer redeclaration for foo
input.y:10.13-17: first declaration
input.y:11.1-5: %left redeclaration for foo
input.y:6.1-5: first declaration
]])

AT_CLEANUP



## ----------------------- ##
## Torturing the Scanner.  ##
## ----------------------- ##

# Be sure to compile and run, so that the C compiler checks what
# we do.

AT_SETUP([Torturing the Scanner])


AT_DATA([input.y], [])
AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [1], [],
[[input.y:1.1: syntax error, unexpected end of file
]])


AT_DATA([input.y], 
[{}
])
AT_CHECK([bison input.y], [1], [],
[[input.y:1.1-2: syntax error, unexpected {...}
]])


AT_DATA_GRAMMAR([input.y],
[[%{
/* This is seen in GCC: a %{ and %} in middle of a comment. */
const char *foo = "So %{ and %} can be here too.";

#if 0
/* These examples test Bison while not stressing C compilers too much.
   Many C compilers mishandle backslash-newlines, so this part of the
   test is inside "#if 0".  The comment and string are written so that
   the "#endif" will be seen regardless of the C compiler bugs that we
   know about, namely:

     HP C (as of late 2002) mishandles *\[newline]\[newline]/ within a
     comment.

     The Apple Darwin compiler (as of late 2002) mishandles
     \\[newline]' within a character constant.

   */

/\
* A comment with backslash-newlines in it. %} *\
\
/
/* { Close the above comment, if the C compiler mishandled it.  */

char str[] = "\\
" A string with backslash-newlines in it %{ %} \\
\
"";

char apostrophe = '\'';
#endif

#include <stdio.h>
%}
/* %{ and %} can be here too. */

%{
/* Exercise pre-prologue dependency to %union.  */
typedef int value;
%}

/* Exercise M4 quoting: '@:>@@:>@', 0.  */

/* Also exercise %union. */
%union
{
  value ival; /* A comment to exercise an old bug. */
};


/* Exercise post-prologue dependency to %union.  */
%{
static YYSTYPE value_as_yystype (value val);

/* Exercise quotes in declarations.  */
char quote[] = "@:>@@:>@,";
%}

%{
static void yyerror (const char *s);
static int yylex (void);
%}

%type <ival> '@<:@'

/* Exercise quotes in strings.  */
%token FAKE "fake @<:@@:>@ \a\b\f\n\r\t\v\"\'\?\\\u005B\U0000005c ??!??'??(??)??-??/??<??=??> \x1\1"

%%
/* Exercise M4 quoting: '@:>@@:>@', @<:@, 1.  */
exp: '@<:@' '\1' two '$' '@' '{' oline output.or.oline.opt
  {
    /* Exercise quotes in braces.  */
    char tmp[] = "@<:@%c@:>@,\n";
    printf (tmp, $1);
  }
;

two: '\x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002';
oline: '@' 'o' 'l' 'i' 'n' 'e' '@' '_' '_' 'o' 'l' 'i' 'n' 'e' '_' '_';
output.or.oline.opt: ;|oline;;|output;;;
output: '#' 'o' 'u' 't' 'p' 'u' 't' ' ';
%%
/* Exercise M4 quoting: '@:>@@:>@', @<:@, 2.  */

static YYSTYPE
value_as_yystype (value val)
{
  YYSTYPE res;
  res.ival = val;
  return res;
}

static int
yylex (void)
{
  static const char *input = "@<:@\1\2$@{@oline@__@&t@oline__\
#output "; /* "
  */
  yylval = value_as_yystype (*input);
  return *input++;
}

static void
yyerror (const char *msg)
{
  fprintf (stderr, "%s\n", msg);
}
]])

# Pacify Emacs'font-lock-mode: "

AT_DATA([main.c],
[[typedef int value;
#include "input.h"

int yyparse (void);

int
main (void)
{
  return yyparse ();
}
]])

AT_CHECK([bison -d -v -o input.c input.y])
AT_COMPILE([input.o], [-c input.c])
AT_COMPILE([main.o], [-c main.c])
AT_COMPILE([input], [input.o main.o])
AT_PARSER_CHECK([./input], 0,
[[[@<:@],
]])

AT_CLEANUP


## ---------------------- ##
## Typed symbol aliases.  ##
## ---------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Typed symbol aliases])

# Bison 2.0 broke typed symbol aliases - ensure they work.

AT_DATA_GRAMMAR([input.y],
[[%union
{
  int val;
};
%token <val> MY_TOKEN "MY TOKEN"
%type <val> exp
%%
exp: "MY TOKEN";
%%
]])

AT_CHECK([bison -o input.c input.y])

AT_CLEANUP


## --------- ##
## Require.  ##
## --------- ##

m4_define([AT_CHECK_REQUIRE],
[AT_SETUP([Require $1])
AT_DATA_GRAMMAR([input.y],
[[%require "$1";
%%
empty_file:;
]])
AT_CHECK([bison -o input.c input.y], $2, [], ignore)
AT_CLEANUP
])

AT_CHECK_REQUIRE(1.0, 0)
AT_CHECK_REQUIRE(AT_PACKAGE_VERSION, 0)
## FIXME: Some day augment this version number.
AT_CHECK_REQUIRE(100.0, 63)