errors.h   [plain text]


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//
// Error hierarchy
//
#ifndef _H_UTILITIES_ERROR
#define _H_UTILITIES_ERROR

#include <security_utilities/utilities.h>
#include <exception>

#undef check


namespace Security {


//
// Common base of Security exceptions that represent error conditions.
// All can yield Unix or OSStatus error codes as needed, though *how*
// is up to the subclass implementation.
// CSSM_RETURN conversions are done externally in (???).
//
class CommonError : public std::exception {
protected:
    CommonError();
    CommonError(const CommonError &source);
public:
    virtual ~CommonError() throw ();

    virtual OSStatus osStatus() const = 0;
	virtual int unixError() const = 0;
};


//
// Genuine Unix-originated errors identified by an errno value.
// This includes secondary sources such as pthreads.
//
class UnixError : public CommonError {
protected:
    UnixError();
    UnixError(int err);
public:
    const int error;
    virtual OSStatus osStatus() const;
	virtual int unixError() const;
    virtual const char *what () const throw ();
    
    static void check(int result)		{ if (result == -1) throwMe(); }
    static void throwMe(int err = errno) __attribute__((noreturn));

    // @@@ This is a hack for the Network protocol state machine
    static UnixError make(int err = errno) DEPRECATED_ATTRIBUTE;
};


//
// Genuine MacOS (X) errors identified by an OSStatus value.
// Don't even think of working with OSErr values; use OSStatus.
//
class MacOSError : public CommonError {
protected:
    MacOSError(int err);
public:
    const int error;
    virtual OSStatus osStatus() const;
	virtual int unixError() const;
    virtual const char *what () const throw ();
    
    static void check(OSStatus status)	{ if (status != noErr) throwMe(status); }
    static void throwMe(int err) __attribute__((noreturn));
};


//
// CoreFoundation errors.
// Since CF prefers not to tell us *why* something didn't work, this
// is not very useful - but it's better than faking it into one of the other
// error spaces.
//
class CFError : public CommonError {
protected:
	CFError();
public:
	virtual OSStatus osStatus() const;
	virtual int unixError() const;
	virtual const char *what () const throw ();
	
	template <class T>
	static void check(const T &p)		{ if (!p) throwMe(); }

	static void throwMe() __attribute__((noreturn));
};


} // end namespace Security


#endif //_H_UTILITIES_ERROR