Xos_r.h   [plain text]


/* $Xorg: Xos_r.h,v 1.4 2001/02/09 02:03:22 xorgcvs Exp $ */
/* $XdotOrg: proto/X11/Xos_r.h,v 1.5 2005/07/13 07:23:56 keithp Exp $ */
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/* $XFree86: xc/include/Xos_r.h,v 1.18tsi Exp $ */

/*
 * Various and sundry Thread-Safe functions used by X11, Motif, and CDE.
 *
 * Use this file in MT-safe code where you would have included
 *	<dirent.h>	for readdir()
 *	<grp.h>		for getgrgid() or getgrnam()
 *	<netdb.h>	for gethostbyname(), gethostbyaddr(), or getservbyname()
 *	<pwd.h>		for getpwnam() or getpwuid()
 *	<string.h>	for strtok()
 *	<time.h>	for asctime(), ctime(), localtime(), or gmtime()
 *	<unistd.h>	for getlogin() or ttyname()
 * or their thread-safe analogs.
 *
 * If you are on a platform that defines XTHREADS but does not have
 * MT-safe system API (e.g. UnixWare) you must define _Xos_processLock
 * and _Xos_processUnlock macros before including this header.  If
 * you are on OSF/1 V3.2 and plan to use readdir(), you must also define
 * _Xos_isThreadInitialized.  For convenience XOS_USE_XLIB_LOCKING or
 * XOS_USE_XT_LOCKING may be defined to obtain either Xlib-only or
 * Xt-based versions of these macros.  These macros won't result in
 * truly thread-safe calls, but they are better than nothing.  If you
 * do not want locking in this situation define XOS_USE_NO_LOCKING.
 *
 * NOTE: On systems lacking appropriate _r functions Gethostbyname(),
 *	Gethostbyaddr(), and Getservbyname() do NOT copy the host or
 *	protocol lists!
 *
 * NOTE: On systems lacking appropriate _r functions Getgrgid() and
 *	Getgrnam() do NOT copy the list of group members!
 *
 * This header is nominally intended to simplify porting X11, Motif, and
 * CDE; it may be useful to other people too.  The structure below is
 * complicated, mostly because P1003.1c (the IEEE POSIX Threads spec)
 * went through lots of drafts, and some vendors shipped systems based
 * on draft API that were changed later.  Unfortunately POSIX did not
 * provide a feature-test macro for distinguishing each of the drafts.
 */

/*
 * This header has several parts.  Search for "Effective prototypes"
 * to locate the beginning of a section.
 */

/* This header can be included multiple times with different defines! */
#ifndef _XOS_R_H_
# define _XOS_R_H_

# include <X11/Xos.h>
# include <X11/Xfuncs.h>

# ifndef X_NOT_POSIX
#  ifdef _POSIX_SOURCE
#   include <limits.h>
#  else
#   define _POSIX_SOURCE
#   include <limits.h>
#   undef _POSIX_SOURCE
#  endif
#  ifndef LINE_MAX
#   define X_LINE_MAX 2048
#  else
#   define X_LINE_MAX LINE_MAX
#  endif
# endif
#endif /* _XOS_R_H */

#ifndef WIN32

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

# if defined(XOS_USE_XLIB_LOCKING)
#  ifndef XAllocIDs /* Xlibint.h does not have multiple include protection */
typedef struct _LockInfoRec *LockInfoPtr;
extern LockInfoPtr _Xglobal_lock;
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_isThreadInitialized
#   define _Xos_isThreadInitialized	(_Xglobal_lock)
#  endif
#  if defined(XTHREADS_WARN) || defined(XTHREADS_FILE_LINE)
#   ifndef XAllocIDs /* Xlibint.h does not have multiple include protection */
#    include <X11/Xfuncproto.h>	/* for NeedFunctionPrototypes */
extern void (*_XLockMutex_fn)(
#    if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    LockInfoPtr	/* lock */, char * /* file */, int /* line */
#    endif
);
extern void (*_XUnlockMutex_fn)(
#    if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    LockInfoPtr	/* lock */, char * /* file */, int /* line */
#    endif
);
#   endif
#   ifndef _Xos_processLock
#    define _Xos_processLock	\
  (_XLockMutex_fn ? (*_XLockMutex_fn)(_Xglobal_lock,__FILE__,__LINE__) : 0)
#   endif
#   ifndef _Xos_processUnlock
#    define _Xos_processUnlock	\
  (_XUnlockMutex_fn ? (*_XUnlockMutex_fn)(_Xglobal_lock,__FILE__,__LINE__) : 0)
#   endif
#  else
#   ifndef XAllocIDs /* Xlibint.h does not have multiple include protection */
#    include <X11/Xfuncproto.h>	/* for NeedFunctionPrototypes */
extern void (*_XLockMutex_fn)(
#    if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    LockInfoPtr	/* lock */
#    endif
);
extern void (*_XUnlockMutex_fn)(
#    if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    LockInfoPtr	/* lock */
#    endif
);
#   endif
#   ifndef _Xos_processLock
#    define _Xos_processLock	\
  (_XLockMutex_fn ? ((*_XLockMutex_fn)(_Xglobal_lock), 0) : 0)
#   endif
#   ifndef _Xos_processUnlock
#    define _Xos_processUnlock	\
  (_XUnlockMutex_fn ? ((*_XUnlockMutex_fn)(_Xglobal_lock), 0) : 0)
#   endif
#  endif
# elif defined(XOS_USE_XT_LOCKING)
#  ifndef _XtThreadsI_h
extern void (*_XtProcessLock)(void);
#  endif
#  ifndef _XtintrinsicP_h
#   include <X11/Xfuncproto.h>	/* for NeedFunctionPrototypes */
extern void XtProcessLock(
#   if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    void
#   endif
);
extern void XtProcessUnlock(
#   if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    void
#   endif
);
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_isThreadInitialized
#   define _Xos_isThreadInitialized	_XtProcessLock
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_processLock
#   define _Xos_processLock		XtProcessLock()
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_processUnlock
#   define _Xos_processUnlock		XtProcessUnlock()
#  endif
# elif defined(XOS_USE_NO_LOCKING)
#  ifndef _Xos_isThreadInitialized
#   define _Xos_isThreadInitialized	0
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_processLock
#   define _Xos_processLock		0
#  endif
#  ifndef _Xos_processUnlock
#   define _Xos_processUnlock		0
#  endif
# endif

#endif /* !defined WIN32 */

/*
 * Solaris defines the POSIX thread-safe feature test macro, but
 * uses the older SVR4 thread-safe functions unless the POSIX ones
 * are specifically requested.  Fix the feature test macro.
 */
#if defined(sun) && defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) && \
	(_POSIX_C_SOURCE - 0 < 199506L) && !defined(_POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS)
# undef _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
#endif

/*
 * LynxOS 3.1 defines _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS but
 * getpwuid_r has different semantics than defined by POSIX
 */
#if defined(Lynx) && defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS)
# undef _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
#endif


/***** <pwd.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <pwd.h> wrappers:
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_PWD_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xgetpwparams;
 *
 * struct passwd* _XGetpwnam(const char *name, _Xgetpwparams);
 * struct passwd* _XGetpwuid(uid_t uid, _Xgetpwparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_PWD_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_PWD_H)
# include <pwd.h>
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_PWDAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_PWDAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#undef X_NEEDS_PWPARAMS
#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_PWD_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_PWD_H)
/* Do nothing */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
# if defined(X_NOT_POSIX) && !defined(__i386__) && !defined(SYSV)
extern struct passwd *getpwuid(), *getpwnam();
# endif
typedef int _Xgetpwparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XGetpwuid(u,p)	getpwuid((u))
# define _XGetpwnam(u,p)	getpwnam((u))

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_PWDAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_PWDAPI)
/* UnixWare 2.0, or other systems with thread support but no _r API. */
# define X_NEEDS_PWPARAMS
typedef struct {
  struct passwd pws;
  char   pwbuf[1024];
  struct passwd* pwp;
  size_t len;
} _Xgetpwparams;

/*
 * NetBSD and FreeBSD, at least, are missing several of the unixware passwd
 * fields.
 */

#if defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__OpenBSD__) || \
    defined(__APPLE__) || defined(__DragonFly__)
static __inline__ void _Xpw_copyPasswd(_Xgetpwparams p)
{
   memcpy(&(p).pws, (p).pwp, sizeof(struct passwd));

   (p).pws.pw_name = (p).pwbuf;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_name);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_name, (p).pwp->pw_name);

   (p).pws.pw_passwd = (p).pws.pw_name + (p).len + 1;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_passwd);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_passwd,(p).pwp->pw_passwd);

   (p).pws.pw_class = (p).pws.pw_passwd + (p).len + 1;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_class);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_class, (p).pwp->pw_class);

   (p).pws.pw_gecos = (p).pws.pw_class + (p).len + 1;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_gecos);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_gecos, (p).pwp->pw_gecos);

   (p).pws.pw_dir = (p).pws.pw_gecos + (p).len + 1;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_dir);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_dir, (p).pwp->pw_dir);

   (p).pws.pw_shell = (p).pws.pw_dir + (p).len + 1;
   (p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_shell);
   strcpy((p).pws.pw_shell, (p).pwp->pw_shell);

   (p).pwp = &(p).pws;
}

#else
# define _Xpw_copyPasswd(p) \
   (memcpy(&(p).pws, (p).pwp, sizeof(struct passwd)), \
    ((p).pws.pw_name = (p).pwbuf), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_name)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_name, (p).pwp->pw_name), \
    ((p).pws.pw_passwd = (p).pws.pw_name + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_passwd)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_passwd,(p).pwp->pw_passwd), \
    ((p).pws.pw_age = (p).pws.pw_passwd + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_age)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_age, (p).pwp->pw_age), \
    ((p).pws.pw_comment = (p).pws.pw_age + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_comment)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_comment, (p).pwp->pw_comment), \
    ((p).pws.pw_gecos = (p).pws.pw_comment + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_gecos)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_gecos, (p).pwp->pw_gecos), \
    ((p).pws.pw_dir = (p).pws.pw_comment + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_dir)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_dir, (p).pwp->pw_dir), \
    ((p).pws.pw_shell = (p).pws.pw_dir + (p).len + 1), \
    ((p).len = strlen((p).pwp->pw_shell)), \
    strcpy((p).pws.pw_shell, (p).pwp->pw_shell), \
    ((p).pwp = &(p).pws), \
    0 )
#endif
# define _XGetpwuid(u,p) \
( (_Xos_processLock), \
  (((p).pwp = getpwuid((u))) ? _Xpw_copyPasswd(p), 0 : 0), \
  (_Xos_processUnlock), \
  (p).pwp )
# define _XGetpwnam(u,p) \
( (_Xos_processLock), \
  (((p).pwp = getpwnam((u))) ? _Xpw_copyPasswd(p), 0 : 0), \
  (_Xos_processUnlock), \
  (p).pwp )

#elif !defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) && !defined(__APPLE__)
/* SVR4 threads, AIX 4.2.0 and earlier and OSF/1 3.2 and earlier pthreads */
# define X_NEEDS_PWPARAMS
typedef struct {
  struct passwd pws;
  char pwbuf[X_LINE_MAX];
} _Xgetpwparams;
# if defined(_POSIX_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS) || !defined(SVR4) || defined(Lynx)
#  ifndef Lynx
#   define _XGetpwuid(u,p) \
((getpwuid_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == -1) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
#   define _XGetpwnam(u,p) \
((getpwnam_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == -1) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
#  else /* Lynx */
#   define _XGetpwuid(u,p) \
((getpwuid_r(&(p).pws,(u),(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == -1) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
#   define _XGetpwnam(u,p) \
((getpwnam_r(&(p).pws,(u),(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == -1) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
#  endif
# else /* SVR4 */
#  define _XGetpwuid(u,p) \
((getpwuid_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == NULL) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
#  define _XGetpwnam(u,p) \
((getpwnam_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf)) == NULL) ? NULL : &(p).pws)
# endif /* SVR4 */

#else /* _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS */
/* Digital UNIX 4.0, but not (beta) T4.0-1 */
# if defined(__osf__)
/* OSF/1 V4.0 <pwd.h> doesn't declare the _P routines, breaking under C++. */
extern int _Pgetpwuid_r(uid_t, struct passwd *, char *, size_t, struct passwd **);
extern int _Pgetpwnam_r(const char *, struct passwd *, char *, size_t, struct passwd **);
# endif
# define X_NEEDS_PWPARAMS
typedef struct {
  struct passwd pws;
  char pwbuf[X_LINE_MAX];
  struct passwd* pwp;
} _Xgetpwparams;
typedef int _Xgetpwret;
# define _XGetpwuid(u,p) \
((getpwuid_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf),&(p).pwp) == 0) ? \
 (p).pwp : NULL)
# define _XGetpwnam(u,p) \
((getpwnam_r((u),&(p).pws,(p).pwbuf,sizeof((p).pwbuf),&(p).pwp) == 0) ? \
 (p).pwp : NULL)
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_PWD_H */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_PWD_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_PWD_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_PWD_H
#endif


/***** <netdb.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <netdb.h> wrappers:
 *
 * NOTE: On systems lacking the appropriate _r functions Gethostbyname(),
 *	Gethostbyaddr(), and Getservbyname() do NOT copy the host or
 *	protocol lists!
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_NETDB_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xgethostbynameparams;
 * typedef ... _Xgetservbynameparams;
 *
 * struct hostent* _XGethostbyname(const char* name,_Xgethostbynameparams);
 * struct hostent* _XGethostbyaddr(const char* addr, int len, int type,
 *				   _Xgethostbynameparams);
 * struct servent* _XGetservbyname(const char* name, const char* proto,
 *				 _Xgetservbynameparams);
 */

#undef XTHREADS_NEEDS_BYNAMEPARAMS
#if defined(X_INCLUDE_NETDB_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_NETDB_H) \
    && !defined(WIN32)
# include <netdb.h>
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_NETDBAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_NETDBAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_NETDB_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_NETDB_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xgethostbynameparams; /* dummy */
typedef int _Xgetservbynameparams; /* dummy */
# define _XGethostbyname(h,hp)		gethostbyname((h))
# define _XGethostbyaddr(a,al,t,hp)	gethostbyaddr((a),(al),(t))
# define _XGetservbyname(s,p,sp)	getservbyname((s),(p))

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_NETDBAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_NETDBAPI)
/* UnixWare 2.0, or other systems with thread support but no _r API. */
/* WARNING:  The h_addr_list and s_aliases values are *not* copied! */

#if defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__DragonFly__)
#include <sys/param.h>
#endif

typedef struct {
  struct hostent hent;
  char           h_name[MAXHOSTNAMELEN];
  struct hostent *hptr;
} _Xgethostbynameparams;
typedef struct {
  struct servent sent;
  char           s_name[255];
  char		 s_proto[255];
  struct servent *sptr;
} _Xgetservbynameparams;

# define XTHREADS_NEEDS_BYNAMEPARAMS

# define _Xg_copyHostent(hp) \
   (memcpy(&(hp).hent, (hp).hptr, sizeof(struct hostent)), \
    strcpy((hp).h_name, (hp).hptr->h_name), \
    ((hp).hent.h_name = (hp).h_name), \
    ((hp).hptr = &(hp).hent), \
     0 )
# define _Xg_copyServent(sp) \
   (memcpy(&(sp).sent, (sp).sptr, sizeof(struct servent)), \
    strcpy((sp).s_name, (sp).sptr->s_name), \
    ((sp).sent.s_name = (sp).s_name), \
    strcpy((sp).s_proto, (sp).sptr->s_proto), \
    ((sp).sent.s_proto = (sp).s_proto), \
    ((sp).sptr = &(sp).sent), \
    0 )
# define _XGethostbyname(h,hp) \
   ((_Xos_processLock), \
    (((hp).hptr = gethostbyname((h))) ? _Xg_copyHostent(hp) : 0), \
    (_Xos_processUnlock), \
    (hp).hptr )
# define _XGethostbyaddr(a,al,t,hp) \
   ((_Xos_processLock), \
    (((hp).hptr = gethostbyaddr((a),(al),(t))) ? _Xg_copyHostent(hp) : 0), \
    (_Xos_processUnlock), \
    (hp).hptr )
# define _XGetservbyname(s,p,sp) \
   ((_Xos_processLock), \
    (((sp).sptr = getservbyname((s),(p))) ? _Xg_copyServent(sp) : 0), \
    (_Xos_processUnlock), \
    (sp).sptr )

#elif defined(XUSE_NETDB_R_API)
/*
 * POSIX does not specify _r equivalents for <netdb.h> API, but some
 * vendors provide them anyway.  Use them only when explicitly asked.
 */
# ifdef _POSIX_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS
#  ifndef _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
#   if defined(AIXV3) || defined(AIXV4) || defined(__osf__)
#    define X_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS 1
#   endif
#  endif
# endif
# ifdef _POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
#  define X_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS 1
# endif

# define XTHREADS_NEEDS_BYNAMEPARAMS

# ifndef X_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
typedef struct {
    struct hostent      hent;
    char                hbuf[X_LINE_MAX];
    int                 herr;
} _Xgethostbynameparams;
typedef struct {
    struct servent      sent;
    char                sbuf[X_LINE_MAX];
} _Xgetservbynameparams;
#  define _XGethostbyname(h,hp) \
  gethostbyname_r((h),&(hp).hent,(hp).hbuf,sizeof((hp).hbuf),&(hp).herr)
#  define _XGethostbyaddr(a,al,t,hp) \
  gethostbyaddr_r((a),(al),(t),&(hp).hent,(hp).hbuf,sizeof((hp).hbuf),&(hp).herr)
#  define _XGetservbyname(s,p,sp) \
  getservbyname_r((s),(p),&(sp).sent,(sp).sbuf,sizeof((sp).sbuf))
# else
typedef struct {
  struct hostent      hent;
  struct hostent_data hdata;
} _Xgethostbynameparams;
typedef struct {
  struct servent      sent;
  struct servent_data sdata;
} _Xgetservbynameparams;
#  define _XGethostbyname(h,hp) \
  (bzero((char*)&(hp).hdata,sizeof((hp).hdata)),	\
   ((gethostbyname_r((h),&(hp).hent,&(hp).hdata) == -1) ? NULL : &(hp).hent))
#  define _XGethostbyaddr(a,al,t,hp) \
  (bzero((char*)&(hp).hdata,sizeof((hp).hdata)),	\
   ((gethostbyaddr_r((a),(al),(t),&(hp).hent,&(hp).hdata) == -1) ? NULL : &(hp).hent))
#  define _XGetservbyname(s,p,sp) \
  (bzero((char*)&(sp).sdata,sizeof((sp).sdata)),	\
   ((getservbyname_r((s),(p),&(sp).sent,&(sp).sdata) == -1) ? NULL : &(sp).sent) )
# endif
# ifdef X_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
#  undef X_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS
# endif

#else
/* The regular API is assumed to be MT-safe under POSIX. */
typedef int _Xgethostbynameparams; /* dummy */
typedef int _Xgetservbynameparams; /* dummy */
# define _XGethostbyname(h,hp)		gethostbyname((h))
# define _XGethostbyaddr(a,al,t,hp)	gethostbyaddr((a),(al),(t))
# define _XGetservbyname(s,p,sp)	getservbyname((s),(p))
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_NETDB_H */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_NETDB_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_NETDB_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_NETDB_H
#endif


/***** <dirent.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <dirent.h> wrappers:
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_DIRENT_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xreaddirparams;
 *
 * struct dirent *_XReaddir(DIR *dir_pointer, _Xreaddirparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_DIRENT_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_DIRENT_H)
# include <sys/types.h>
# if !defined(X_NOT_POSIX) || defined(SYSV) || defined(USG)
#  include <dirent.h>
# else
#  include <sys/dir.h>
#  ifndef dirent
#   define dirent direct
#  endif
# endif
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_DIRENTAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_DIRENTAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_DIRENT_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_DIRENT_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xreaddirparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XReaddir(d,p)	readdir(d)

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_DIRENTAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_DIRENTAPI)
/* Systems with thread support but no _r API. */
typedef struct {
  struct dirent *result;
  struct dirent dir_entry;
# ifdef _POSIX_PATH_MAX
  char buf[_POSIX_PATH_MAX];
# elif defined(NAME_MAX)
  char buf[NAME_MAX];
# else
  char buf[255];
# endif
} _Xreaddirparams;

# define _XReaddir(d,p)	\
 ( (_Xos_processLock),						 \
   (((p).result = readdir((d))) ?				 \
    (memcpy(&((p).dir_entry), (p).result, (p).result->d_reclen), \
     ((p).result = &(p).dir_entry), 0) :			 \
    0),								 \
   (_Xos_processUnlock),					 \
   (p).result )

#else
typedef struct {
  struct dirent *result;
  struct dirent dir_entry;
# ifdef _POSIX_PATH_MAX
  char buf[_POSIX_PATH_MAX];
# elif defined(NAME_MAX)
  char buf[NAME_MAX];
# else
  char buf[255];
# endif
} _Xreaddirparams;

# if defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) || defined(AIXV3) || \
     defined(AIXV4) || defined(__APPLE__)
/* AIX defines the draft POSIX symbol, but uses the final API. */
/* POSIX final API, returns (int)0 on success. */
#  if defined(__osf__)
/* OSF/1 V4.0 <dirent.h> doesn't declare _Preaddir_r, breaking under C++. */
extern int _Preaddir_r(DIR *, struct dirent *, struct dirent **);
#  endif
#  define _XReaddir(d,p)						\
    (readdir_r((d), &((p).dir_entry), &((p).result)) ? NULL : (p).result)
# elif defined(_POSIX_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS) && defined(__osf__)
/*
 * OSF/1 V3.2 readdir_r() will SEGV if the main program is not
 * explicitly linked with -lc_r.  The library REQUIREDLIBS don't help.
 * Assume that if threads have been initialized we're linked properly.
 */
#  define _XReaddir(d,p)						\
 ( (_Xos_isThreadInitialized) ?						\
   (readdir_r((d), &((p).dir_entry)) ? NULL : &((p).dir_entry)) :	\
   ((_Xos_processLock),							\
    (((p).result = readdir((d))) ?					\
     (memcpy(&((p).dir_entry), (p).result, (p).result->d_reclen),	\
      ((p).result = &(p).dir_entry), 0) :				\
     0),								\
    (_Xos_processUnlock),						\
    (p).result) )
# elif defined(_POSIX_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS)
/* POSIX draft API, returns (int)0 on success. */
#  define _XReaddir(d,p)	\
    (readdir_r((d),&((p).dir_entry)) ? NULL : &((p).dir_entry))
# elif defined(SVR4)
/* Pre-POSIX API, returns non-NULL on success. */
#  define _XReaddir(d,p)	(readdir_r((d), &(p).dir_entry))
# else
/* We have no idea what is going on.  Fake it all using process locks. */
#  define _XReaddir(d,p)	\
    ( (_Xos_processLock),						\
      (((p).result = readdir((d))) ?					\
       (memcpy(&((p).dir_entry), (p).result, (p).result->d_reclen),	\
	((p).result = &(p).dir_entry), 0) :				\
       0),								\
      (_Xos_processUnlock),						\
      (p).result )
# endif
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_DIRENT_H */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_DIRENT_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_DIRENT_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_DIRENT_H
#endif


/***** <unistd.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <unistd.h> wrappers:
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_UNISTD_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xgetloginparams;
 * typedef ... _Xttynameparams;
 *
 * char *_XGetlogin(_Xgetloginparams);
 * char *_XTtyname(int, _Xttynameparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_UNISTD_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_UNISTD_H)
/* <unistd.h> already included by <X11/Xos.h> */
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_UNISTDAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_UNISTDAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_UNISTD_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_UNISTD_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xgetloginparams;	/* dummy */
typedef int _Xttynameparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XGetlogin(p)	getlogin()
# define _XTtyname(f)	ttyname((f))

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_UNISTDAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_UNISTDAPI)
/* Systems with thread support but no _r API. */
typedef struct {
  char *result;
# if defined(MAXLOGNAME)
  char buf[MAXLOGNAME];
# elif defined(LOGIN_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[LOGIN_NAME_MAX];
# else
  char buf[64];
# endif
} _Xgetloginparams;
typedef struct {
  char *result;
# ifdef TTY_NAME_MAX
  char buf[TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_PATH_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_PATH_MAX];
# else
  char buf[256];
# endif
} _Xttynameparams;

# define _XGetlogin(p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = getlogin()) ? \
    (strncpy((p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), \
     ((p).buf[sizeof((p).buf)-1] = '\0'), \
     ((p).result = (p).buf), 0) : 0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )
#define _XTtyname(f,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = ttyname(f)) ? \
    (strncpy((p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), \
     ((p).buf[sizeof((p).buf)-1] = '\0'), \
     ((p).result = (p).buf), 0) : 0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )

#elif defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) || defined(_POSIX_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS)
/* POSIX API.
 *
 * extern int getlogin_r(char *, size_t);
 * extern int ttyname_r(int, char *, size_t);
 */
typedef struct {
# if defined(MAXLOGNAME)
  char buf[MAXLOGNAME];
# elif defined(LOGIN_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[LOGIN_NAME_MAX];
# else
  char buf[64];
# endif
} _Xgetloginparams;
typedef struct {
# ifdef TTY_NAME_MAX
  char buf[TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_PATH_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_PATH_MAX];
# else
  char buf[256];
# endif
} _Xttynameparams;

# define _XGetlogin(p)	(getlogin_r((p).buf, sizeof((p).buf)) ? NULL : (p).buf)
# define _XTtyname(f,p)	\
	(ttyname_r((f), (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf)) ? NULL : (p).buf)

#else
/* Pre-POSIX API.
 *
 * extern char *getlogin_r(char *, size_t);
 * extern char *ttyname_r(int, char *, size_t);
 */
typedef struct {
# if defined(MAXLOGNAME)
  char buf[MAXLOGNAME];
# elif defined(LOGIN_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[LOGIN_NAME_MAX];
# else
  char buf[64];
# endif
} _Xgetloginparams;
typedef struct {
# ifdef TTY_NAME_MAX
  char buf[TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_TTY_NAME_MAX];
# elif defined(_POSIX_PATH_MAX)
  char buf[_POSIX_PATH_MAX];
# else
  char buf[256];
# endif
} _Xttynameparams;

# define _XGetlogin(p)	getlogin_r((p).buf, sizeof((p).buf))
# define _XTtyname(f,p)	ttyname_r((f), (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf))
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_UNISTD_H */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_UNISTD_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_UNISTD_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_UNISTD_H
#endif


/***** <string.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <string.h> wrappers:
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_STRING_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xstrtokparams;
 *
 * char *_XStrtok(char *, const char*, _Xstrtokparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_STRING_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_STRING_H)
/* <string.h> has already been included by <X11/Xos.h> */
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_STRINGAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_STRINGAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_STRING_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_STRING_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xstrtokparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XStrtok(s1,s2,p) \
 ( p = 0, (void)p, strtok((s1),(s2)) )

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_STRINGAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_STRINGAPI)
/* Systems with thread support but no _r API. */
typedef char *_Xstrtokparams;
# define _XStrtok(s1,s2,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   ((p) = strtok((s1),(s2))), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p) )

#else
/* POSIX or pre-POSIX API. */
typedef char * _Xstrtokparams;
# define _XStrtok(s1,s2,p)	strtok_r((s1),(s2),&(p))
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_STRING_H */


/***** <time.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <time.h> wrappers:
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_TIME_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xatimeparams;
 * typedef ... _Xctimeparams;
 * typedef ... _Xgtimeparams;
 * typedef ... _Xltimeparams;
 *
 * char *_XAsctime(const struct tm *, _Xatimeparams);
 * char *_XCtime(const time_t *, _Xctimeparams);
 * struct tm *_XGmtime(const time_t *, _Xgtimeparams);
 * struct tm *_XLocaltime(const time_t *, _Xltimeparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_TIME_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_TIME_H)
# include <time.h>
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_TIMEAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_TIMEAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_TIME_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_TIME_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xatimeparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XAsctime(t,p)		asctime((t))
typedef int _Xctimeparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XCtime(t,p)		ctime((t))
typedef int _Xgtimeparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XGmtime(t,p)		gmtime((t))
typedef int _Xltimeparams;	/* dummy */
# define _XLocaltime(t,p)	localtime((t))

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_TIMEAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_TIMEAPI)
/* Systems with thread support but no _r API. */
typedef struct {
# ifdef TIMELEN
  char buf[TIMELEN];
# else
  char buf[26];
# endif
  char *result;
} _Xctimeparams, _Xatimeparams;
typedef struct {
  struct tm buf;
  struct tm *result;
} _Xgtimeparams, _Xltimeparams;
# define _XAsctime(t,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = asctime((t))) ? \
    (strncpy((p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), (p).result = &(p).buf) : \
    0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )
# define _XCtime(t,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = ctime((t))) ? \
    (strncpy((p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), (p).result = &(p).buf) : \
    0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )
# define _XGmtime(t,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = gmtime(t)) ? \
    (memcpy(&(p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), (p).result = &(p).buf) : \
    0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )
# define _XLocaltime(t,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).result = localtime(t)) ? \
    (memcpy(&(p).buf, (p).result, sizeof((p).buf)), (p).result = &(p).buf) : \
    0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).result )

#elif !defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) && (defined(__osf__) || defined(hpV4))
/* Returns (int)0 on success.  OSF/1 v3.2, HP/UX 10
 *
 * extern int asctime_r(const struct tm *timeptr, char *buffer, int buflen);
 * extern int ctime_r(const time_t *timer, char *buffer, int buflen);
 * extern int gmtime_r(const time_t *timer, struct tm *result);
 * extern int localtime_r(const time_t *timer, struct tm *result);
 */
# ifdef TIMELEN
typedef char _Xatimeparams[TIMELEN];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[TIMELEN];
# else
typedef char _Xatimeparams[26];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[26];
# endif
typedef struct tm _Xgtimeparams;
typedef struct tm _Xltimeparams;
# define _XAsctime(t,p)		(asctime_r((t),(p),sizeof((p))) ? NULL : (p))
# define _XCtime(t,p)		(ctime_r((t),(p),sizeof((p))) ? NULL : (p))
# define _XGmtime(t,p)		(gmtime_r((t),&(p)) ? NULL : &(p))
# define _XLocaltime(t,p)	(localtime_r((t),&(p)) ? NULL : &(p))

#elif !defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) && defined(sun)
/* Returns NULL on failure.  Solaris 2.5
 *
 * extern char *asctime_r(const struct tm *tm,char *buf, int buflen);
 * extern char *ctime_r(const time_t *clock, char *buf, int buflen);
 * extern struct tm *gmtime_r(const time_t *clock, struct tm *res);
 * extern struct tm *localtime_r(const time_t *clock, struct tm *res);
 */
# ifdef TIMELEN
typedef char _Xatimeparams[TIMELEN];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[TIMELEN];
# else
typedef char _Xatimeparams[26];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[26];
# endif
typedef struct tm _Xgtimeparams;
typedef struct tm _Xltimeparams;
# define _XAsctime(t,p)		asctime_r((t),(p),sizeof((p)))
# define _XCtime(t,p)		ctime_r((t),(p),sizeof((p)))
# define _XGmtime(t,p)		gmtime_r((t),&(p))
# define _XLocaltime(t,p)	localtime_r((t),&(p))

#else /* defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) */
/* POSIX final API.  OSF/1 v4.0, AIX, etc.
 *
 * extern char *asctime_r(const struct tm *timeptr, char *buffer);
 * extern char *ctime_r(const time_t *timer, char *buffer);
 * extern struct tm *gmtime_r(const time_t *timer, struct tm *result);
 * extern struct tm *localtime_r(const time_t *timer, struct tm *result);
 */
# if defined(__osf__)
/* OSF/1 V4.0 <time.h> doesn't declare the _P routines, breaking under C++. */
extern char *_Pasctime_r(const struct tm *, char *);
extern char *_Pctime_r(const time_t *, char *);
extern struct tm *_Plocaltime_r(const time_t *, struct tm *);
# endif
# ifdef TIMELEN
typedef char _Xatimeparams[TIMELEN];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[TIMELEN];
# else
typedef char _Xatimeparams[26];
typedef char _Xctimeparams[26];
# endif
typedef struct tm _Xgtimeparams;
typedef struct tm _Xltimeparams;
# define _XAsctime(t,p)		asctime_r((t),(p))
# define _XCtime(t,p)		ctime_r((t),(p))
# define _XGmtime(t,p)		gmtime_r((t),&(p))
# define _XLocaltime(t,p)	localtime_r((t),&(p))
#endif /* X_INCLUDE_TIME_H */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_TIME_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_TIME_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_TIME_H
#endif


/***** <grp.h> wrappers *****/

/*
 * Effective prototypes for <grp.h> wrappers:
 *
 * NOTE: On systems lacking appropriate _r functions Getgrgid() and
 *	Getgrnam() do NOT copy the list of group members!
 *
 * Remember that fgetgrent(), setgrent(), getgrent(), and endgrent()
 * are not included in POSIX.
 *
 * #define X_INCLUDE_GRP_H
 * #define XOS_USE_..._LOCKING
 * #include <X11/Xos_r.h>
 *
 * typedef ... _Xgetgrparams;
 *
 * struct group *_XGetgrgid(gid_t, _Xgetgrparams);
 * struct group *_XGetgrnam(const char *, _Xgetgrparams);
 */

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_GRP_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_GRP_H)
# include <grp.h>
# if defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_API) || defined(XUSE_MTSAFE_GRPAPI)
#  define XOS_USE_MTSAFE_GRPAPI 1
# endif
#endif

#if !defined(X_INCLUDE_GRP_H) || defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_GRP_H)
/* Do nothing. */

#elif !defined(XTHREADS) && !defined(X_FORCE_USE_MTSAFE_API)
/* Use regular, unsafe API. */
typedef int _Xgetgrparams;	/* dummy */
#define _XGetgrgid(g,p)	getgrgid((g))
#define _XGetgrnam(n,p)	getgrnam((n))

#elif !defined(XOS_USE_MTSAFE_GRPAPI) || defined(XNO_MTSAFE_GRPAPI)
/* Systems with thread support but no _r API.  UnixWare 2.0. */
typedef struct {
  struct group grp;
  char buf[X_LINE_MAX];	/* Should be sysconf(_SC_GETGR_R_SIZE_MAX)? */
  struct group *pgrp;
  size_t len;
} _Xgetgrparams;
#ifdef SVR4
/* Copy the gr_passwd field too. */
# define _Xgrp_copyGroup(p) \
 ( memcpy(&(p).grp, (p).pgrp, sizeof(struct group)), \
   ((p).grp.gr_name = (p).buf), \
   ((p).len = strlen((p).pgrp->gr_name)), \
   strcpy((p).grp.gr_name, (p).pgrp->gr_name), \
   ((p).grp.gr_passwd = (p).grp.gr_name + (p).len + 1), \
   ((p).pgrp = &(p).grp), \
   0 )
#else
# define _Xgrp_copyGroup(p) \
 ( memcpy(&(p).grp, (p).pgrp, sizeof(struct group)), \
   ((p).grp.gr_name = (p).buf), \
   strcpy((p).grp.gr_name, (p).pgrp->gr_name), \
   ((p).pgrp = &(p).grp), \
   0 )
#endif
#define _XGetgrgid(g,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).pgrp = getgrgid((g))) ? _Xgrp_copyGroup(p) : 0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).pgrp )
#define _XGetgrnam(n,p) \
 ( (_Xos_processLock), \
   (((p).pgrp = getgrnam((n))) ? _Xgrp_copyGroup(p) : 0), \
   (_Xos_processUnlock), \
   (p).pgrp )

#elif !defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS) && (defined(sun) || defined(__osf__))
/* Non-POSIX API.  Solaris, DEC v3.2.
 *
 * extern struct group *getgrgid_r(gid_t, struct group *, char *, int);
 * extern struct group *getgrnam_r(const char *, struct group *, char *, int);
 */
typedef struct {
  struct group grp;
  char buf[X_LINE_MAX];	/* Should be sysconf(_SC_GETGR_R_SIZE_MAX)? */
} _Xgetgrparams;
#define _XGetgrgid(g,p)	getgrgid_r((g), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf))
#define _XGetgrnam(n,p)	getgrnam_r((n), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf))

#elif !defined(_POSIX_THREAD_SAFE_FUNCTIONS)
/* Non-POSIX API.  HP/UX 10, AIX 4.
 *
 * extern int getgrgid_r(gid_t, struct group *, char *, int);
 * extern int getgrnam_r(const char *, struct group *, char *, int);
 */
typedef struct {
  struct group grp;
  char buf[X_LINE_MAX];	/* Should be sysconf(_SC_GETGR_R_SIZE_MAX)? */
} _Xgetgrparams;
#define _XGetgrgid(g,p)	\
 ((getgrgid_r((g), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf)) ? NULL : &(p).grp))
#define _XGetgrnam(n,p)	\
 ((getgrnam_r((n), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf)) ? NULL : &(p).grp))

#else
/* POSIX final API.  DEC v4.0, IRIX 6.2.
 *
 * int getgrgid_r(gid_t, struct group *, char *, size_t, struct group **);
 * int getgrnam_r(const char *, struct group *, char *, size_t, struct group **);
 */
# if defined(__osf__)
/* OSF/1 V4.0 <grp.h> doesn't declare the _P routines, breaking under C++. */
extern int _Pgetgrgid_r(gid_t, struct group *, char *, size_t, struct group **);
extern int _Pgetgrnam_r(const char *, struct group *, char *, size_t, struct group **);
# endif
typedef struct {
  struct group grp;
  char buf[X_LINE_MAX];	/* Should be sysconf(_SC_GETGR_R_SIZE_MAX)? */
  struct group *result;
} _Xgetgrparams;

#define _XGetgrgid(g,p)	\
 ((getgrgid_r((g), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf), &(p).result) ? \
   NULL : (p).result))
#define _XGetgrnam(n,p)	\
 ((getgrnam_r((n), &(p).grp, (p).buf, sizeof((p).buf), &(p).result) ? \
   NULL : (p).result))
#endif

#if defined(X_INCLUDE_GRP_H) && !defined(_XOS_INCLUDED_GRP_H)
# define _XOS_INCLUDED_GRP_H
#endif


#ifdef __cplusplus
}  /* Close scope of 'extern "C"' declaration which encloses file. */
#endif