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/* Shared definitions for GNU DIFF

   Copyright (C) 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 2001,
   2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

   This file is part of GNU DIFF.

   GNU DIFF is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
   any later version.

   GNU DIFF is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   GNU General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   along with this program; see the file COPYING.
   If not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
   59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.  */

#include "system.h"
#include <stdio.h>

#define TAB_WIDTH 8

/* What kind of changes a hunk contains.  */
enum changes
  /* No changes: lines common to both files.  */

  /* Deletes only: lines taken from just the first file.  */

  /* Inserts only: lines taken from just the second file.  */

  /* Both deletes and inserts: a hunk containing both old and new lines.  */
/* Variables for command line options */

#ifndef GDIFF_MAIN
# define XTERN extern
# define XTERN

enum output_style
  /* No output style specified.  */

  /* Default output style.  */

  /* Output the differences with lines of context before and after (-c).  */

  /* Output the differences in a unified context diff format (-u).  */

  /* Output the differences as commands suitable for `ed' (-e).  */

  /* Output the diff as a forward ed script (-f).  */

  /* Like -f, but output a count of changed lines in each "command" (-n).  */

  /* Output merged #ifdef'd file (-D).  */

  /* Output sdiff style (-y).  */

/* True for output styles that are robust,
   i.e. can handle a file that ends in a non-newline.  */

XTERN enum output_style output_style;

/* Nonzero if output cannot be generated for identical files.  */
XTERN bool no_diff_means_no_output;

/* Number of lines of context to show in each set of diffs.
   This is zero when context is not to be shown.  */
XTERN lin context;

/* Consider all files as text files (-a).
   Don't interpret codes over 0177 as implying a "binary file".  */
XTERN bool text;

/* Number of lines to keep in identical prefix and suffix.  */
XTERN lin horizon_lines;

/* The significance of white space during comparisons.  */
XTERN enum
  /* All white space is significant (the default).  */

  /* Ignore changes due to tab expansion (-E).  */

  /* Ignore changes in horizontal white space (-b).  */

  /* Ignore all horizontal white space (-w).  */
} ignore_white_space;

/* Ignore changes that affect only blank lines (-B).  */
XTERN bool ignore_blank_lines;

/* Files can be compared byte-by-byte, as if they were binary.
   This depends on various options.  */
XTERN bool files_can_be_treated_as_binary;

/* Ignore differences in case of letters (-i).  */
XTERN bool ignore_case;

/* Ignore differences in case of letters in file names.  */
XTERN bool ignore_file_name_case;

/* File labels for `-c' output headers (--label).  */
XTERN char *file_label[2];

/* Regexp to identify function-header lines (-F).  */
XTERN struct re_pattern_buffer function_regexp;

/* Ignore changes that affect only lines matching this regexp (-I).  */
XTERN struct re_pattern_buffer ignore_regexp;

/* Say only whether files differ, not how (-q).  */
XTERN bool brief;

/* Expand tabs in the output so the text lines up properly
   despite the characters added to the front of each line (-t).  */
XTERN bool expand_tabs;

/* Use a tab in the output, rather than a space, before the text of an
   input line, so as to keep the proper alignment in the input line
   without changing the characters in it (-T).  */
XTERN bool initial_tab;

/* Remove trailing carriage returns from input.  */
XTERN bool strip_trailing_cr;

/* In directory comparison, specify file to start with (-S).
   This is used for resuming an aborted comparison.
   All file names less than this name are ignored.  */
XTERN char const *starting_file;

/* Pipe each file's output through pr (-l).  */
XTERN bool paginate;

/* Line group formats for unchanged, old, new, and changed groups.  */
XTERN char const *group_format[CHANGED + 1];

/* Line formats for unchanged, old, and new lines.  */
XTERN char const *line_format[NEW + 1];

/* If using OUTPUT_SDIFF print extra information to help the sdiff filter.  */
XTERN bool sdiff_merge_assist;

/* Tell OUTPUT_SDIFF to show only the left version of common lines.  */
XTERN bool left_column;

/* Tell OUTPUT_SDIFF to not show common lines.  */
XTERN bool suppress_common_lines;

/* The half line width and column 2 offset for OUTPUT_SDIFF.  */
XTERN unsigned int sdiff_half_width;
XTERN unsigned int sdiff_column2_offset;

/* String containing all the command options diff received,
   with spaces between and at the beginning but none at the end.
   If there were no options given, this string is empty.  */
XTERN char *switch_string;

/* Use heuristics for better speed with large files with a small
   density of changes.  */
XTERN bool speed_large_files;

/* Patterns that match file names to be excluded.  */
XTERN struct exclude *excluded;

/* Don't discard lines.  This makes things slower (sometimes much
   slower) but will find a guaranteed minimal set of changes.  */
XTERN bool minimal;

/* Name of program the user invoked (for error messages).  */
XTERN char *program_name;

/* The strftime format to use for time strings.  */
XTERN char const *time_format;
/* The result of comparison is an "edit script": a chain of `struct change'.
   Each `struct change' represents one place where some lines are deleted
   and some are inserted.

   LINE0 and LINE1 are the first affected lines in the two files (origin 0).
   DELETED is the number of lines deleted here from file 0.
   INSERTED is the number of lines inserted here in file 1.

   If DELETED is 0 then LINE0 is the number of the line before
   which the insertion was done; vice versa for INSERTED and LINE1.  */

struct change
  struct change *link;		/* Previous or next edit command  */
  lin inserted;			/* # lines of file 1 changed here.  */
  lin deleted;			/* # lines of file 0 changed here.  */
  lin line0;			/* Line number of 1st deleted line.  */
  lin line1;			/* Line number of 1st inserted line.  */
  bool ignore;			/* Flag used in context.c.  */
/* Structures that describe the input files.  */

/* Data on one input file being compared.  */

struct file_data {
    int             desc;	/* File descriptor  */
    char const      *name;	/* File name  */
    struct stat     stat;	/* File status */

    /* Buffer in which text of file is read.  */
    word *buffer;

    /* Allocated size of buffer, in bytes.  Always a multiple of
       sizeof *buffer.  */
    size_t bufsize;

    /* Number of valid bytes now in the buffer.  */
    size_t buffered;

    /* Array of pointers to lines in the file.  */
    char const **linbuf;

    /* linbuf_base <= buffered_lines <= valid_lines <= alloc_lines.
       linebuf[linbuf_base ... buffered_lines - 1] are possibly differing.
       linebuf[linbuf_base ... valid_lines - 1] contain valid data.
       linebuf[linbuf_base ... alloc_lines - 1] are allocated.  */
    lin linbuf_base, buffered_lines, valid_lines, alloc_lines;

    /* Pointer to end of prefix of this file to ignore when hashing.  */
    char const *prefix_end;

    /* Count of lines in the prefix.
       There are this many lines in the file before linbuf[0].  */
    lin prefix_lines;

    /* Pointer to start of suffix of this file to ignore when hashing.  */
    char const *suffix_begin;

    /* Vector, indexed by line number, containing an equivalence code for
       each line.  It is this vector that is actually compared with that
       of another file to generate differences.  */
    lin *equivs;

    /* Vector, like the previous one except that
       the elements for discarded lines have been squeezed out.  */
    lin *undiscarded;

    /* Vector mapping virtual line numbers (not counting discarded lines)
       to real ones (counting those lines).  Both are origin-0.  */
    lin *realindexes;

    /* Total number of nondiscarded lines.  */
    lin nondiscarded_lines;

    /* Vector, indexed by real origin-0 line number,
       containing TRUE for a line that is an insertion or a deletion.
       The results of comparison are stored here.  */
    bool *changed;

    /* 1 if file ends in a line with no final newline.  */
    bool missing_newline;

    /* 1 if at end of file.  */
    bool eof;

    /* 1 more than the maximum equivalence value used for this or its
       sibling file.  */
    lin equiv_max;

/* The file buffer, considered as an array of bytes rather than
   as an array of words.  */
#define FILE_BUFFER(f) ((char *) (f)->buffer)

/* Data on two input files being compared.  */

struct comparison
    struct file_data file[2];
    struct comparison const *parent;  /* parent, if a recursive comparison */

/* Describe the two files currently being compared.  */

XTERN struct file_data files[2];
/* Stdio stream to output diffs to.  */

XTERN FILE *outfile;
/* Declare various functions.  */

/* analyze.c */
int diff_2_files (struct comparison *);

/* context.c */
void print_context_header (struct file_data[], bool);
void print_context_script (struct change *, bool);

/* dir.c */
int diff_dirs (struct comparison const *, int (*) (struct comparison const *, char const *, char const *));

/* ed.c */
void print_ed_script (struct change *);
void pr_forward_ed_script (struct change *);

/* ifdef.c */
void print_ifdef_script (struct change *);

/* io.c */
void file_block_read (struct file_data *, size_t);
bool read_files (struct file_data[], bool);

/* normal.c */
void print_normal_script (struct change *);

/* rcs.c */
void print_rcs_script (struct change *);

/* side.c */
void print_sdiff_script (struct change *);

/* util.c */
extern char const change_letter[4];
extern char const pr_program[];
char *concat (char const *, char const *, char const *);
char *dir_file_pathname (char const *, char const *);
bool lines_differ (char const *, char const *);
lin translate_line_number (struct file_data const *, lin);
struct change *find_change (struct change *);
struct change *find_reverse_change (struct change *);
void *zalloc (size_t);
enum changes analyze_hunk (struct change *, lin *, lin *, lin *, lin *);
void begin_output (void);
void debug_script (struct change *);
void fatal (char const *) __attribute__((noreturn));
void finish_output (void);
void message (char const *, char const *, char const *);
void message5 (char const *, char const *, char const *, char const *, char const *);
void output_1_line (char const *, char const *, char const *, char const *);
void perror_with_name (char const *);
void pfatal_with_name (char const *) __attribute__((noreturn));
void print_1_line (char const *, char const * const *);
void print_message_queue (void);
void print_number_range (char, struct file_data *, lin, lin);
void print_script (struct change *, struct change * (*) (struct change *), void (*) (struct change *));
void setup_output (char const *, char const *, bool);
void translate_range (struct file_data const *, lin, lin, long *, long *);

/* version.c */
extern char const version_string[];