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/* sync.c   the Netwide Disassembler synchronisation processing module
 *
 * The Netwide Assembler is copyright (C) 1996 Simon Tatham and
 * Julian Hall. All rights reserved. The software is
 * redistributable under the licence given in the file "Licence"
 * distributed in the NASM archive.
 */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <limits.h>

#include "sync.h"

#define SYNC_MAX 4096           /* max # of sync points */

/*
 * This lot manages the current set of sync points by means of a
 * heap (priority queue) structure.
 */

static struct Sync {
    unsigned long pos;
    unsigned long length;
} *synx;
static int nsynx;

void init_sync(void)
{
    /*
     * I'd like to allocate an array of size SYNC_MAX, then write
     * `synx--' which would allow numbering the array from one
     * instead of zero without wasting memory. Sadly I don't trust
     * this to work in 16-bit Large model, so it's staying the way
     * it is. Btw, we don't care about freeing this array, since it
     * has to last for the duration of the program and will then be
     * auto-freed on exit. And I'm lazy ;-)
     * 
     * Speaking of 16-bit Large model, that's also the reason I'm
     * not declaring this array statically - by doing it
     * dynamically I avoid problems with the total size of DGROUP
     * in Borland C.
     */
    synx = malloc((SYNC_MAX + 1) * sizeof(*synx));
    if (!synx) {
        fprintf(stderr, "ndisasm: not enough memory for sync array\n");
        exit(1);
    }
    nsynx = 0;
}

void add_sync(unsigned long pos, unsigned long length)
{
    int i;

    if (nsynx == SYNC_MAX)
        return;                 /* can't do anything - overflow */

    nsynx++;
    synx[nsynx].pos = pos;
    synx[nsynx].length = length;

    for (i = nsynx; i > 1; i /= 2) {
        if (synx[i / 2].pos > synx[i].pos) {
            struct Sync t;
            t = synx[i / 2];    /* structure copy */
            synx[i / 2] = synx[i];      /* structure copy again */
            synx[i] = t;        /* another structure copy */
        }
    }
}

unsigned long next_sync(unsigned long position, unsigned long *length)
{
    while (nsynx > 0 && synx[1].pos + synx[1].length <= position) {
        int i, j;
        struct Sync t;
        t = synx[nsynx];        /* structure copy */
        synx[nsynx] = synx[1];  /* structure copy */
        synx[1] = t;            /* ditto */

        nsynx--;

        i = 1;
        while (i * 2 <= nsynx) {
            j = i * 2;
            if (synx[j].pos < synx[i].pos &&
                (j + 1 > nsynx || synx[j + 1].pos > synx[j].pos)) {
                t = synx[j];    /* structure copy */
                synx[j] = synx[i];      /* lots of these... */
                synx[i] = t;    /* ...aren't there? */
                i = j;
            } else if (j + 1 <= nsynx && synx[j + 1].pos < synx[i].pos) {
                t = synx[j + 1];        /* structure copy */
                synx[j + 1] = synx[i];  /* structure <yawn> copy */
                synx[i] = t;    /* structure copy <zzzz....> */
                i = j + 1;
            } else
                break;
        }
    }

    if (nsynx > 0) {
        if (length)
            *length = synx[1].length;
        return synx[1].pos;
    } else {
        if (length)
            *length = 0L;
        return ULONG_MAX;
    }
}