input-file.h   [plain text]

/* input_file.h header for input-file.c
   Copyright (C) 1987 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.

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/*"input_file.c":Operating-system dependant functions to read source files.*/

 * No matter what the operating system, this module must provide the
 * following services to its callers.
 * input_file_begin()			Call once before anything else.
 * input_file_end()			Call once after everything else.
 * input_file_buffer_size()		Call anytime. Returns largest possible
 *					delivery from
 *					input_file_give_next_buffer().
 * input_file_open(name)		Call once for each input file.
 * input_file_give_next_buffer(where)	Call once to get each new buffer.
 *					Return 0: no more chars left in file,
 *					   the file has already been closed.
 *					Otherwise: return a pointer to just
 *					   after the last character we read
 *					   into the buffer.
 *					If we can only read 0 characters, then
 *					end-of-file is faked.
 * All errors are reported (using as_perror) so caller doesn't have to think
 * about I/O errors. No I/O errors are fatal: an end-of-file may be faked.
extern FILE *f_in;
extern char *file_name;

#ifdef SUSPECT
extern int preprocess;

extern void input_file_begin(
extern void input_file_end(
extern int input_file_buffer_size(
extern int input_file_is_open(
extern void input_file_open(
    char *filename,
    int pre);
extern char *input_file_give_next_buffer(
    char *where);