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/* --COPYRIGHT--,ESD
* Copyright (c) 2008-2016 Texas Instruments. All rights reserved.
* This program and the accompanying materials are made available under the
* terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0 and Eclipse Distribution License
* v. 1.0 which accompanies this distribution. The Eclipse Public License is
* available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html and the Eclipse
* Distribution License is available at
* http://www.eclipse.org/org/documents/edl-v10.php.
*
* Contributors:
* Texas Instruments - initial implementation
* --/COPYRIGHT--*/
#ifndef xdc_std__include
#define xdc_std__include
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <stddef.h>
/* macros to simplify "stringification" and computed includes */
#define xdc__stringify(a) #a
#define xdc__local_include(a) xdc__stringify(a.h)
#define xdc__system_include(m) <m.h>
/* TitleCase standard types */
#define xdc_Void void
typedef char xdc_Char;
typedef unsigned char xdc_UChar;
typedef short xdc_Short;
typedef unsigned short xdc_UShort;
typedef int xdc_Int;
typedef unsigned int xdc_UInt;
typedef long xdc_Long;
typedef unsigned long xdc_ULong;
typedef float xdc_Float;
typedef double xdc_Double;
typedef long double xdc_LDouble;
typedef size_t xdc_SizeT;
typedef va_list xdc_VaList;
/* Generic Extended Types */
typedef unsigned short xdc_Bool; /* boolean flag */
typedef void *xdc_Ptr; /* data pointer */
typedef const void *xdc_CPtr; /* data pointer */
typedef char *xdc_String; /* null terminated string */
typedef const char *xdc_CString; /* null terminated immutable string */
#define xdc__CSTRING__ 1 /* flag that CString is declared */
/* we intentionally omit arguments from Fxn to indicate that it can have
* any (or none). Unfortunately this causes gcc to emit warnings when
* -Wstrict-prototypes is used. Newer gcc's (4.6 or later) support a pragma
* that works around this:
*
* #pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wstrict-prototypes"
*/
#ifdef __GNUC__
#if __GNUC__ > 4 || (__GNUC__ == 4 && (__GNUC_MINOR__ >= 6))
#pragma GCC diagnostic push
#pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wpragmas"
#pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wstrict-prototypes"
typedef int (*xdc_Fxn)(); /* function pointer */
#pragma GCC diagnostic pop
#else
typedef int (*xdc_Fxn)(); /* function pointer */
#endif
#else
typedef int (*xdc_Fxn)(); /* function pointer */
#endif
/*
* Import the target-specific std.h
*/
#ifdef xdc_target_types__
#define xdc_target__ <xdc_target_types__>
#endif
#ifdef xdc_target__
#include xdc_target__
#else
/* if the user did not supply the required xdc_target* definitions, ask well
* known compiler tool chains to select based on their pre-defined macros
*/
#ifdef __TI_COMPILER_VERSION__
#include <ti/targets/select.h>
#elif defined(__IAR_SYSTEMS_ICC__)
#include <iar/targets/select.h>
#elif defined(__GNUC__)
#include <gnu/targets/select.h>
#else
/*
* 'xdc_target_types__' must be defined to name a target-specific header
* file (e.g., ti/targets/std.h) that has definitions for the basic types:
* xdc_Int8, xdc_Int16, ...
*
* For example, to build for a target in the ti.targets package you should
* add the following option to your compiler's command line:
* -Dxdc_target_types__=ti/targets/std.h
*/
#error xdc_target_types__ must be defined to name a target-specific header containing definitions of xdc_Int8, xdc_Int16, ...
/* the following definitions are required to keep the compiler from
* complaining about references to these types in the rest of this header;
* some compilers do not stop parsing this file after the #error above.
*/
typedef int xdc_IArg;
typedef unsigned int xdc_UArg;
typedef signed char xdc_Int8;
typedef unsigned char xdc_UInt8;
typedef short xdc_Int16;
typedef unsigned short xdc_UInt16;
typedef int xdc_Int32;
typedef unsigned int xdc_UInt32;
#endif
#endif
/* Each modules' internal header file defines 'module' as
* xdc__MODOBJADDR__(Module__state__V), where Module__state__V is the actual
* object where the module state is kept. For most targets, the default macro
* given here results in the construct '(&Module__state__V)->field', when the
* expression 'module->field' is used. Compilers then generate the code that
* doesn't dereference a pointer, but puts the address of the field in the
* code.
* The targets that need to do something different can define
* xdc__MODOBJADDR__ in std.h for their target package.
*/
#ifndef xdc__MODOBJADDR__
#define xdc__MODOBJADDR__(symbol) (&(symbol))
#endif
/* Long Long Types */
#ifdef xdc__LONGLONG__
typedef long long xdc_LLong;
typedef unsigned long long xdc_ULLong;
#else
#ifndef xdc__INT64__
/* If the target doesn't support "long long" or a 64-bit integral type, we
* simply use "long". This is done to ensure that the type LLong always
* exists, it's at least as long as a "long", and it's 64-bits wide whenever
* possible.
*/
typedef long xdc_LLong;
typedef unsigned long xdc_ULLong;
#endif
#endif
/* Arg to Ptr and Fxn conversion operators
*
* Individual targets may override these definitions in the event
* that compilers issue warnings about shortening of an Arg to a pointer,
* for example.
*/
#ifndef xdc__ARGTOPTR
static xdc_Ptr xdc_iargToPtr(xdc_IArg a);
static xdc_Ptr xdc_uargToPtr(xdc_UArg a);
static inline xdc_Ptr xdc_iargToPtr(xdc_IArg a) { return ((xdc_Ptr)a); }
static inline xdc_Ptr xdc_uargToPtr(xdc_UArg a) { return ((xdc_Ptr)a); }
#endif
#ifndef xdc__ARGTOFXN
static xdc_Fxn xdc_iargToFxn(xdc_IArg a);
static xdc_Fxn xdc_uargToFxn(xdc_UArg a);
static inline xdc_Fxn xdc_iargToFxn(xdc_IArg a) { return ((xdc_Fxn)a); }
static inline xdc_Fxn xdc_uargToFxn(xdc_UArg a) { return ((xdc_Fxn)a); }
#endif
#ifndef xdc__ARGTOFLOAT
/*
* functions to efficiently convert a single precision float to an IArg
* and vice-versa while maintaining client type safety
*
* Here the assumption is that sizeof(Float) <= sizeof(IArg);
*/
typedef union {
xdc_Float f;
xdc_IArg a;
} xdc_FloatData;
static xdc_IArg xdc_floatToArg(xdc_Float f);
static inline xdc_IArg xdc_floatToArg(xdc_Float f)
{
xdc_FloatData u;
u.f = f;
return (u.a);
}
static xdc_Float xdc_argToFloat(xdc_IArg a);
static inline xdc_Float xdc_argToFloat(xdc_IArg a)
{
xdc_FloatData u;
u.a = a;
return (u.f);
}
#endif
/* restrict keyword */
#ifndef xdc__RESTRICT__
#define restrict
#endif
/* Unprefixed Aliases */
#ifndef xdc__nolocalnames
#define iargToPtr(a) xdc_iargToPtr(a)
#define uargToPtr(a) xdc_uargToPtr(a)
#define iargToFxn(a) xdc_iargToFxn(a)
#define uargToFxn(a) xdc_uargToFxn(a)
#define floatToArg(a) xdc_floatToArg(a)
#define argToFloat(a) xdc_argToFloat(a)
#define Void xdc_Void
typedef xdc_Char Char;
typedef xdc_UChar UChar;
typedef xdc_Short Short;
typedef xdc_UShort UShort;
typedef xdc_Int Int;
typedef xdc_UInt UInt;
typedef xdc_Long Long;
typedef xdc_ULong ULong;
typedef xdc_LLong LLong;
typedef xdc_ULLong ULLong;
typedef xdc_Float Float;
typedef xdc_Double Double;
typedef xdc_LDouble LDouble;
typedef xdc_SizeT SizeT;
typedef xdc_VaList VaList;
typedef xdc_IArg IArg;
typedef xdc_UArg UArg;
typedef xdc_Bool Bool;
typedef xdc_Int8 Int8;
typedef xdc_Int16 Int16;
typedef xdc_Int32 Int32;
typedef xdc_Fxn Fxn;
typedef xdc_Ptr Ptr;
typedef xdc_CPtr CPtr;
#ifndef xdc__nolocalstring
typedef xdc_String String;
#endif
typedef xdc_CString CString;
typedef xdc_UInt8 UInt8;
typedef xdc_UInt16 UInt16;
typedef xdc_UInt32 UInt32;
/* DEPRECATED Aliases */
#if !defined(xdc__strict) && defined(xdc__deprecated_types)
#define _TI_STD_TYPES
/* xdc_Arg is defined only in ti/targets/std.h; use IArg and UArg instead */
#ifdef xdc__ARG__
typedef xdc_Arg Arg;
#endif
typedef xdc_UInt8 Uint8;
typedef xdc_UInt16 Uint16;
typedef xdc_UInt32 Uint32;
typedef xdc_UInt Uns;
#endif
/*
* ======== optional types ========
* The following types are not always defined for all targets
*/
#ifdef xdc__INT64__
typedef xdc_Int64 Int64;
typedef xdc_UInt64 UInt64;
#endif
/* The following exact size types are not required by C99 and may not be
* supported by some compiler/processor environments. For greater
* portability, use the IntN or UIntN types above.
*/
#ifdef xdc__BITS8__
typedef xdc_Bits8 Bits8;
#endif
#ifdef xdc__BITS16__
typedef xdc_Bits16 Bits16;
#endif
#ifdef xdc__BITS32__
typedef xdc_Bits32 Bits32;
#endif
#ifdef xdc__BITS64__
typedef xdc_Bits64 Bits64;
#endif
#endif /* xdc__nolocalnames */
/* Standard Constants */
/* NULL must be 0 for C++ and is set to 0 in C to allow legacy code to
* compile without warnings.
*
* If xdc__strict is defined, NULL is defined to be a pointer to allow
* maximal type checking in "modern" C sources
*/
#undef NULL
#if defined(__cplusplus) || !defined(xdc__strict)
#define NULL 0
#else
#define NULL ((void *)0)
#endif
#undef FALSE
#define FALSE 0
#undef TRUE
#define TRUE 1
/* Declaration Qualifiers */
#ifndef __FAR__
#define __FAR__
#endif
/*
* ======== xdc__CODESECT ========
* Code-Section Directive
*
* Targets can optionally #define xdc__CODESECT in their specific
* std.h files. This directive is placed in front of all
* "extern" function declarations, and specifies a section-name in
* which to place this function. This approach
* provides more control on combining/organizing groups of
* related functions into a single named sub-section (e.g.,
* "init-code") If this macro is not defined by the target, an
* empty definition is used instead.
*/
#ifndef xdc__CODESECT
#define xdc__CODESECT(fn, sn)
#endif
/*
* ======== xdc__META ========
* Embed unreferenced string in the current file
*
* Strings emebdded via xdc__META can be placed in a section that is
* _not_ loaded on the target but are, nevertheless, part of the
* executable and available to loaders.
*
* Different targets may define this macro in a way that places these
* strings in an output section that is not loaded (and therefore does
* not takeup space on the target). Unless the target provides a
* definition of xdc__META, the definition below simply defines
* as string constant in the current file.
*/
#ifndef xdc__META
#define xdc__META(n,s) __FAR__ const char (n)[] = {(s)}
#endif
#endif /* xdc_std__include */