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/***************************************************************************/ /* */ /* fterrors.h */ /* */ /* FreeType error code handling (specification). */ /* */ /* Copyright 1996-2001, 2002, 2004 by */ /* David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg. */ /* */ /* This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, */ /* modified, and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project */ /* license, LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute */ /* this file you indicate that you have read the license and */ /* understand and accept it fully. */ /* */ /***************************************************************************/ /*************************************************************************/ /* */ /* This special header file is used to define the handling of FT2 */ /* enumeration constants. It can also be used to generate error message */ /* strings with a small macro trick explained below. */ /* */ /* I - Error Formats */ /* ----------------- */ /* */ /* The configuration macro FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_MODULE_ERRORS can be */ /* defined in ftoption.h in order to make the higher byte indicate */ /* the module where the error has happened (this is not compatible */ /* with standard builds of FreeType 2). You can then use the macro */ /* FT_ERROR_BASE macro to extract the generic error code from an */ /* FT_Error value. */ /* */ /* */ /* II - Error Message strings */ /* -------------------------- */ /* */ /* The error definitions below are made through special macros that */ /* allow client applications to build a table of error message strings */ /* if they need it. The strings are not included in a normal build of */ /* FreeType 2 to save space (most client applications do not use */ /* them). */ /* */ /* To do so, you have to define the following macros before including */ /* this file: */ /* */ /* FT_ERROR_START_LIST :: */ /* This macro is called before anything else to define the start of */ /* the error list. It is followed by several FT_ERROR_DEF calls */ /* (see below). */ /* */ /* FT_ERROR_DEF( e, v, s ) :: */ /* This macro is called to define one single error. */ /* `e' is the error code identifier (e.g. FT_Err_Invalid_Argument). */ /* `v' is the error numerical value. */ /* `s' is the corresponding error string. */ /* */ /* FT_ERROR_END_LIST :: */ /* This macro ends the list. */ /* */ /* Additionally, you have to undefine __FTERRORS_H__ before #including */ /* this file. */ /* */ /* Here is a simple example: */ /* */ /* { */ /* #undef __FTERRORS_H__ */ /* #define FT_ERRORDEF( e, v, s ) { e, s }, */ /* #define FT_ERROR_START_LIST { */ /* #define FT_ERROR_END_LIST { 0, 0 } }; */ /* */ /* const struct */ /* { */ /* int err_code; */ /* const char* err_msg */ /* } ft_errors[] = */ /* */ /* #include FT_ERRORS_H */ /* } */ /* */ /*************************************************************************/ #ifndef __FTERRORS_H__ #define __FTERRORS_H__ /* include module base error codes */ #include FT_MODULE_ERRORS_H /*******************************************************************/ /*******************************************************************/ /***** *****/ /***** SETUP MACROS *****/ /***** *****/ /*******************************************************************/ /*******************************************************************/ #undef FT_NEED_EXTERN_C #undef FT_ERR_XCAT #undef FT_ERR_CAT #define FT_ERR_XCAT( x, y ) x ## y #define FT_ERR_CAT( x, y ) FT_ERR_XCAT( x, y ) /* FT_ERR_PREFIX is used as a prefix for error identifiers. */ /* By default, we use `FT_Err_'. */ /* */ #ifndef FT_ERR_PREFIX #define FT_ERR_PREFIX FT_Err_ #endif /* FT_ERR_BASE is used as the base for module-specific errors. */ /* */ #ifdef FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_MODULE_ERRORS #ifndef FT_ERR_BASE #define FT_ERR_BASE FT_Mod_Err_Base #endif #else #undef FT_ERR_BASE #define FT_ERR_BASE 0 #endif /* FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_MODULE_ERRORS */ /* If FT_ERRORDEF is not defined, we need to define a simple */ /* enumeration type. */ /* */ #ifndef FT_ERRORDEF #define FT_ERRORDEF( e, v, s ) e = v, #define FT_ERROR_START_LIST enum { #define FT_ERROR_END_LIST FT_ERR_CAT( FT_ERR_PREFIX, Max ) }; #ifdef __cplusplus #define FT_NEED_EXTERN_C extern "C" { #endif #endif /* !FT_ERRORDEF */ /* this macro is used to define an error */ #define FT_ERRORDEF_( e, v, s ) \ FT_ERRORDEF( FT_ERR_CAT( FT_ERR_PREFIX, e ), v + FT_ERR_BASE, s ) /* this is only used for <module>_Err_Ok, which must be 0! */ #define FT_NOERRORDEF_( e, v, s ) \ FT_ERRORDEF( FT_ERR_CAT( FT_ERR_PREFIX, e ), v, s ) #ifdef FT_ERROR_START_LIST FT_ERROR_START_LIST #endif /* now include the error codes */ #include FT_ERROR_DEFINITIONS_H #ifdef FT_ERROR_END_LIST FT_ERROR_END_LIST #endif /*******************************************************************/ /*******************************************************************/ /***** *****/ /***** SIMPLE CLEANUP *****/ /***** *****/ /*******************************************************************/ /*******************************************************************/ #ifdef FT_NEED_EXTERN_C } #endif #undef FT_ERROR_START_LIST #undef FT_ERROR_END_LIST #undef FT_ERRORDEF #undef FT_ERRORDEF_ #undef FT_NOERRORDEF_ #undef FT_NEED_EXTERN_C #undef FT_ERR_CONCAT #undef FT_ERR_BASE /* FT_KEEP_ERR_PREFIX is needed for ftvalid.h */ #ifndef FT_KEEP_ERR_PREFIX #undef FT_ERR_PREFIX #endif #endif /* __FTERRORS_H__ */ /* END */