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/* $XFree86: xc/include/Xmd.h,v 3.18tsi Exp $ */
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#ifndef XMD_H
#define XMD_H 1
/* $Xorg: Xmd.h,v 1.4 2001/02/09 02:03:22 xorgcvs Exp $ */
/*
 *  Xmd.h: MACHINE DEPENDENT DECLARATIONS.
 */

/*
 * Special per-machine configuration flags.
 */
#if defined(sun) && defined(__SVR4)
# include <sys/isa_defs.h> /* Solaris: defines _LP64 if necessary */
#endif

#ifdef CRAY
#define WORD64				/* 64-bit architecture */
#endif
#if defined (_LP64) || \
    defined(__alpha) || defined(__alpha__) || \
    defined(__ia64__) || defined(ia64) || \
    defined(__sparc64__) || \
    defined(__s390x__) || \
    (defined(__hppa__) && defined(__LP64__)) || \
    defined(__amd64__) || defined(amd64) || \
    defined(__powerpc64__) || \
    (defined(sgi) && (_MIPS_SZLONG == 64))
#define LONG64				/* 32/64-bit architecture */
#endif

/*
 * Stuff to handle large architecture machines; the constants were generated
 * on a 32-bit machine and must correspond to the protocol.
 */
#ifdef WORD64
#define MUSTCOPY
#endif /* WORD64 */


/*
 * Definition of macro used to set constants for size of network structures;
 * machines with preprocessors that can't handle all of the sz_ symbols
 * can define this macro to be sizeof(x) if and only if their compiler doesn't
 * pad out structures (esp. the xTextElt structure which contains only two
 * one-byte fields).  Network structures should always define sz_symbols.
 *
 * The sz_ prefix is used instead of something more descriptive so that the
 * symbols are no more than 32 characters long (which causes problems for some
 * compilers and preprocessors).
 *
 * The extra indirection in the __STDC__ case is to get macro arguments to
 * expand correctly before the concatenation, rather than afterward.
 */
#if ((defined(__STDC__) || defined(__cplusplus) || defined(c_plusplus)) && !defined(UNIXCPP)) || defined(ANSICPP)
#define _SIZEOF(x) sz_##x
#define SIZEOF(x) _SIZEOF(x)
#else
#define SIZEOF(x) sz_/**/x
#endif /* if ANSI C compiler else not */

/*
 * Bitfield suffixes for the protocol structure elements, if you
 * need them.  Note that bitfields are not guaranteed to be signed
 * (or even unsigned) according to ANSI C.
 */
#ifdef WORD64
typedef long INT64;
typedef unsigned long CARD64;
#define B32 :32
#define B16 :16
#ifdef UNSIGNEDBITFIELDS
typedef unsigned int INT32;
typedef unsigned int INT16;
#else
#ifdef __STDC__
typedef signed int INT32;
typedef signed int INT16;
#else
typedef int INT32;
typedef int INT16;
#endif
#endif
#else
#define B32
#define B16
#ifdef LONG64
typedef long INT64;
typedef int INT32;
#else
typedef long INT32;
#endif
typedef short INT16;
#endif

#if defined(__STDC__) || defined(sgi) || defined(_AIX)
typedef signed char    INT8;
#else
typedef char           INT8;
#endif

#ifdef LONG64
typedef unsigned long CARD64;
typedef unsigned int CARD32;
#else
typedef unsigned long CARD32;
#endif
#if !defined(WORD64) && !defined(LONG64)
typedef unsigned long long CARD64;
#endif
typedef unsigned short CARD16;
typedef unsigned char  CARD8;

typedef CARD32		BITS32;
typedef CARD16		BITS16;

#ifndef I_NEED_OS2_H
typedef CARD8		BYTE;
typedef CARD8		BOOL;
#else
#define BYTE	CARD8
#define BOOL	CARD8
#endif

/*
 * definitions for sign-extending bitfields on 64-bit architectures
 */
#if defined(WORD64) && defined(UNSIGNEDBITFIELDS)
#define cvtINT8toInt(val)   (((val) & 0x00000080) ? ((val) | 0xffffffffffffff00) : (val))
#define cvtINT16toInt(val)  (((val) & 0x00008000) ? ((val) | 0xffffffffffff0000) : (val))
#define cvtINT32toInt(val)  (((val) & 0x80000000) ? ((val) | 0xffffffff00000000) : (val))
#define cvtINT8toShort(val)  cvtINT8toInt(val)
#define cvtINT16toShort(val) cvtINT16toInt(val)
#define cvtINT32toShort(val) cvtINT32toInt(val)
#define cvtINT8toLong(val)  cvtINT8toInt(val)
#define cvtINT16toLong(val) cvtINT16toInt(val)
#define cvtINT32toLong(val) cvtINT32toInt(val)
#else
#define cvtINT8toInt(val) (val)
#define cvtINT16toInt(val) (val)
#define cvtINT32toInt(val) (val)
#define cvtINT8toShort(val) (val)
#define cvtINT16toShort(val) (val)
#define cvtINT32toShort(val) (val)
#define cvtINT8toLong(val) (val)
#define cvtINT16toLong(val) (val)
#define cvtINT32toLong(val) (val)
#endif /* WORD64 and UNSIGNEDBITFIELDS */



#ifdef MUSTCOPY
/*
 * This macro must not cast or else pointers will get aligned and be wrong
 */
#define NEXTPTR(p,t)  (((char *) p) + SIZEOF(t))
#else /* else not MUSTCOPY, this is used for 32-bit machines */
/*
 * this version should leave result of type (t *), but that should only be
 * used when not in MUSTCOPY
 */
#define NEXTPTR(p,t) (((t *)(p)) + 1)
#endif /* MUSTCOPY - used machines whose C structs don't line up with proto */

#endif /* XMD_H */