mig.c   [plain text]


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/* 
 * Mach Operating System
 * Copyright (c) 1991,1990 Carnegie Mellon University
 * All Rights Reserved.
 * 
 * Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its
 * documentation is hereby granted, provided that both the copyright
 * notice and this permission notice appear in all copies of the
 * software, derivative works or modified versions, and any portions
 * thereof, and that both notices appear in supporting documentation.
 * 
 * CARNEGIE MELLON ALLOWS FREE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IN ITS 
 * CONDITION.  CARNEGIE MELLON DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY OF ANY KIND FOR
 * ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
 * 
 * Carnegie Mellon requests users of this software to return to
 * 
 *  Software Distribution Coordinator  or  Software.Distribution@CS.CMU.EDU
 *  School of Computer Science
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 * any improvements or extensions that they make and grant Carnegie the
 * rights to redistribute these changes.
 */

/*
 *	Switches are;
 *		-[v,Q]  verbose or not quiet:  prints out type
 *			and routine information as mig runs.
 *		-[V,q]  not verbose or quiet : don't print 
 *			information during compilation
 *			(this is the default)
 *		-[r,R]  do or don't use rpc calls instead of 
 *			send/receive pairs. Default is -r.
 *		-[s,S]	generate symbol table or not:  generate a
 *			table of rpc-name, number, routine triplets
 *			as an external data structure -- main use is
 *			for protection system's specification of rights
 *			and for protection dispatch code.  Default is -s.
 *		-[l,L]	-L generate code that insert code for logging
 *		        the most important events that happen at the
 *			stub level (message conception, target routine 
 *			calls). Default is -l.
 *              -[k,K]  -K enforces MIG to generate K&R C language, with the
 *                      addition of ANSI C syntax under #ifdef __STDC__.
 *                      Default is -k.
 *		-i <prefix>
 *			Put each user routine in its own file.  The
 *			file is named <prefix><routine-name>.c.
 *		-user <name>
 *			Name the user-side file <name>
 *		-server <name>
 *			Name the server-side file <name>
 *		-header <name>
 *			Name the user-side header file <name>
 *		-iheader <name>
 *			Name the user-side internal header file <name>
 *		-sheader <name>
 *			Name the server-side header file <name>
 *		-dheader <name>
 *			Name the defines (msgh_ids) header file <name>
 *
 *  DESIGN:
 *	Mig uses a lexxer module created by lex from lexxer.l and
 *	a parser module created by yacc from parser.y to parse an
 *	interface definitions module for a mach server.
 *	The parser module calls routines in statement.c
 *	and routines.c to build a list of statement structures.
 *	The most interesting statements are the routine definitions
 *	which contain information about the name, type, characteristics
 *	of the routine, an argument list containing information for
 *	each argument type, and a list of special arguments. The
 *	argument type structures are build by routines in type.c
 *	Once parsing is completed, the three code generation modules:
 *	header.c user.c and server.c are called sequentially. These
 *	do some code generation directly and also call the routines
 *	in utils.c for common (parameterized) code generation.
 *	
 */

#include <stdio.h>
#include "error.h"
#include "lexxer.h"
#include "global.h"
#include "write.h"

extern int yyparse();
static FILE *myfopen();

static void
parseArgs(argc, argv)
    int argc;
    char *argv[];
{
    while (--argc > 0)
	if ((++argv)[0][0] == '-') 
	{
	    switch (argv[0][1]) 
	    {
	      case 'q':
		BeQuiet = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'Q':
		BeQuiet = FALSE;
		break;
	      case 'v':
		BeVerbose = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'V':
		BeVerbose = FALSE;
		break;
	      case 'r':
		UseMsgRPC = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'R':
		UseMsgRPC = FALSE;
		break;
	      case 'l':
		UseEventLogger = FALSE;
		break;
	      case 'L':
		UseEventLogger = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'k':
		BeAnsiC = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'K':
		BeAnsiC = FALSE;
		break;
	      case 's':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-server"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing name for -server option");
		    ServerFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else if (streql(argv[0], "-sheader"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
		      fatal ("missing name for -sheader option");
		    ServerHeaderFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else if (streql(argv[0], "-split"))
		    UseSplitHeaders = TRUE;
		else
		    GenSymTab = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'S':
	        GenSymTab = FALSE;
		break;
              case 't':
		TestRPCTrap = TRUE;
		UseRPCTrap = TRUE;
                break;
              case 'T':
                UseRPCTrap = FALSE;
                break;
	      case 'i':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-iheader"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing name for -iheader option");
		    InternalHeaderFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing prefix for -i option");
		    UserFilePrefix = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		break;
	      case 'u':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-user"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing name for -user option");
		    UserFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else
		    fatal("unknown flag: '%s'", argv[0]);
		break;
	      case 'h':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-header"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing name for -header option");
		    UserHeaderFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else
		    fatal("unknown flag: '%s'", argv[0]);
		break;
	      case 'd':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-dheader"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing name for -dheader option");
		    DefinesHeaderFileName = strmake(argv[0]);
		}
		else
		    fatal("unknown flag: '%s'", argv[0]);
		break;
	      case 'm':
		if (streql(argv[0], "-maxonstack"))
		{
		    --argc; ++argv;
		    if (argc == 0)
			fatal("missing size for -maxonstack option");
		    MaxMessSizeOnStack = atoi(argv[0]);
		}
		else
		    fatal("unknown flag: '%s'", argv[0]);
		break;
	      case 'x':
		ShortCircuit = TRUE;
		break;
	      case 'X':
		ShortCircuit = FALSE;
		break;
	      default:
		fatal("unknown flag: '%s'", argv[0]);
		/*NOTREACHED*/
	    }
	}
	else
	    fatal("bad argument: '%s'", *argv);
}

FILE *uheader, *server, *user;

void
main(argc, argv)
    int argc;
    char *argv[];
{
    FILE *iheader, *sheader, *dheader;
    time_t loc;
    extern time_t time();
    extern string_t ctime();
    extern string_t GenerationDate;

    set_program_name("mig");
    parseArgs(argc, argv);
    init_global();
    init_type();
    loc = time((time_t *)0);
    GenerationDate = ctime(&loc);

    LookNormal();
    (void) yyparse();

    if (errors > 0)
        fatal("%d errors found. Abort.\n", errors);

    more_global();

    uheader = myfopen(UserHeaderFileName, "w");
    if (!UserFilePrefix)
	user = myfopen(UserFileName, "w");
    server = myfopen(ServerFileName, "w");
    if (ServerHeaderFileName)
	sheader = myfopen(ServerHeaderFileName, "w");
    if (IsKernelServer)
    {
	iheader = myfopen(InternalHeaderFileName, "w");
    }
    if (DefinesHeaderFileName)
	dheader = myfopen(DefinesHeaderFileName, "w");
    if (BeVerbose)
    {
	printf("Writing %s ... ", UserHeaderFileName);
	fflush(stdout);
    }
    WriteUserHeader(uheader, stats);
    fclose(uheader);
    if (ServerHeaderFileName)
    {
	if (BeVerbose)
	{
	    printf ("done.\nWriting %s ...", ServerHeaderFileName);
	    fflush (stdout);
	}
	WriteServerHeader(sheader, stats);
	fclose(sheader);
    }
    if (IsKernelServer)
    {
	if (BeVerbose)
	{
	    printf("done.\nWriting %s ... ", InternalHeaderFileName);
	    fflush(stdout);
	}
	WriteInternalHeader(iheader, stats);
	fclose(iheader);
    }
    if (DefinesHeaderFileName)
    {
	if (BeVerbose)
	{
	    printf ("done.\nWriting %s ...", DefinesHeaderFileName);
	    fflush (stdout);
	}
	WriteDefinesHeader(dheader, stats);
	fclose(dheader);
    }
    if (UserFilePrefix)
    {
	if (BeVerbose)
	{
	    printf("done.\nWriting individual user files ... ");
	    fflush(stdout);
	}
	WriteUserIndividual(stats);
    }
    else
    {
	if (BeVerbose)
	{
	    printf("done.\nWriting %s ... ", UserFileName);
	    fflush(stdout);
	}
	WriteUser(user, stats);
	fclose(user);
    }
    if (BeVerbose)
    {
	printf("done.\nWriting %s ... ", ServerFileName);
	fflush(stdout);
    }
    WriteServer(server, stats);
    fclose(server);
    if (BeVerbose)
	printf("done.\n");

    exit(0);
}

static FILE *
myfopen(name, mode)
    char *name;
    char *mode;
{
    char *realname;
    FILE *file;

    if (name == strNULL)
	realname = "/dev/null";
    else
	realname = name;

    file = fopen(realname, mode);
    if (file == NULL)
	fatal("fopen(%s): %s", realname, strerror(errno));

    return file;
}