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/* classes: h_files */ #ifndef SCM_PROCS_H #define SCM_PROCS_H /* Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1998,1999,2000,2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc. * * This program 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. * * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the * GNU General Public License for more details. * * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License * along with this software; see the file COPYING. 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If you copy * code from other Free Software Foundation releases into a copy of * GUILE, as the General Public License permits, the exception does * not apply to the code that you add in this way. To avoid misleading * anyone as to the status of such modified files, you must delete * this exception notice from them. * * If you write modifications of your own for GUILE, it is your choice * whether to permit this exception to apply to your modifications. * If you do not wish that, delete this exception notice. */ #include "libguile/__scm.h" /* Subrs */ typedef struct { SCM handle; /* link back to procedure object */ SCM name; SCM *generic; /* 0 if no generic support * *generic == 0 until first method */ SCM properties; /* procedure properties */ } scm_t_subr_entry; #if (SCM_DEBUG_DEPRECATED == 0) # define scm_subr_entry scm_t_subr_entry #endif #define SCM_SUBRNUM(subr) (SCM_CELL_WORD_0 (subr) >> 8) #define SCM_SET_SUBRNUM(subr, num) \ SCM_SET_CELL_WORD_0 (subr, (num << 8) + SCM_TYP7 (subr)) #define SCM_SUBR_ENTRY(x) (scm_subr_table[SCM_SUBRNUM (x)]) #define SCM_SNAME(x) (SCM_SUBR_ENTRY (x).name) #define SCM_SUBRF(x) ((SCM (*)()) SCM_CELL_WORD_1 (x)) #define SCM_SET_SUBRF(x, v) (SCM_SET_CELL_WORD_1 ((x), (v))) #define SCM_DSUBRF(x) ((double (*)()) SCM_CELL_WORD_1 (x)) #define SCM_SUBR_PROPS(x) (SCM_SUBR_ENTRY (x).properties) #define SCM_SUBR_GENERIC(x) (SCM_SUBR_ENTRY (x).generic) #define SCM_CCLO_LENGTH(x) (SCM_CELL_WORD_0 (x) >> 8) #define SCM_SET_CCLO_LENGTH(x, v) (SCM_SET_CELL_WORD_0 ((x), ((v) << 8) + scm_tc7_cclo)) #define SCM_CCLO_BASE(x) ((scm_t_bits *) SCM_CELL_WORD_1 (x)) #define SCM_SET_CCLO_BASE(x, v) (SCM_SET_CELL_WORD_1 ((x), (v))) #define SCM_CCLO_REF(x, i) (SCM_PACK (SCM_CCLO_BASE (x) [i])) #define SCM_CCLO_SET(x, i, v) (SCM_CCLO_BASE (x) [i] = SCM_UNPACK (v)) #define SCM_CCLO_SUBR(x) (SCM_CCLO_REF ((x), 0)) #define SCM_SET_CCLO_SUBR(x, v) (SCM_CCLO_SET ((x), 0, (v))) /* Closures */ #define SCM_CLOSUREP(x) (SCM_NIMP(x) && (SCM_TYP3 (x) == scm_tc3_closure)) #define SCM_CLOSCAR(x) SCM_PACK (SCM_CELL_WORD_0 (x) - scm_tc3_closure) #define SCM_CODE(x) SCM_CAR (SCM_CLOSCAR (x)) #define SCM_CLOSURE_FORMALS(x) SCM_CAR (SCM_CODE (x)) #define SCM_PROCPROPS(x) SCM_CDR (SCM_CLOSCAR (x)) #define SCM_SETPROCPROPS(x, p) SCM_SETCDR (SCM_CLOSCAR (x), p) #define SCM_SETCODE(x, e) (SCM_SET_CELL_WORD_0 (x, SCM_UNPACK (scm_cons ((e), SCM_EOL)) \ + scm_tc3_closure)) #define SCM_ENV(x) SCM_CELL_OBJECT_1 (x) #define SCM_SETENV(x, e) SCM_SET_CELL_OBJECT_1 ((x), (e)) #define SCM_TOP_LEVEL(ENV) (SCM_NULLP (ENV) || (SCM_EQ_P (scm_procedure_p (SCM_CAR (ENV)), SCM_BOOL_T))) /* Procedure-with-setter Four representations for procedure-with-setters were considered before selecting this one: 1. A closure where the CODE and ENV slots are used to represent the getter and a new SETTER slot is used for the setter. The original getter is stored as a `getter' procedure property. For closure getters, the CODE and ENV slots contains a copy of the getter's CODE and ENV slots. For subr getters, the CODE contains a call to the subr. 2. A compiled closure with a call to the getter in the cclo procedure. The getter and setter are stored in slots 1 and 2. 3. An entity (i.e. a struct with an associated procedure) with a call to the getter in the entity procedure and the setter stored in slot 0. The original getter is stored in slot 1. 4. A new primitive procedure type supported in the evaluator. The getter and setter are stored in a GETTER and SETTER slot. A call to this procedure type results in a retrieval of the getter and a jump back to the correct eval dispatcher. Representation 4 was selected because of efficiency and simplicity. Rep 1 has the advantage that there is zero penalty for closure getters, but primitive getters will get considerable overhead because the procedure-with-getter will be a closure which calls the getter. Rep 3 has the advantage that a GOOPS accessor can be a subclass of <procedure-with-setter>, but together with rep 2 it suffers from a three level dispatch for non-GOOPS getters: cclo/struct --> dispatch proc --> getter This is because the dispatch procedure must take an extra initial argument (cclo for rep 2, struct for rep 3). Rep 4 has the single disadvantage that it uses up one tc7 type code, but the plan for uniform vectors will very likely free tc7 codes, so this is probably no big problem. Also note that the GETTER and SETTER slots can live directly on the heap, using the new four-word cells. */ #define SCM_PROCEDURE_WITH_SETTER_P(obj) (SCM_NIMP(obj) && (SCM_TYP7 (obj) == scm_tc7_pws)) #define SCM_PROCEDURE(obj) SCM_CELL_OBJECT_1 (obj) #define SCM_SETTER(obj) SCM_CELL_OBJECT_2 (obj) extern scm_t_subr_entry *scm_subr_table; extern long scm_subr_table_size; extern long scm_subr_table_room; extern void scm_mark_subr_table (void); extern void scm_free_subr_entry (SCM subr); extern SCM scm_c_make_subr (const char *name, long type, SCM (*fcn)()); extern SCM scm_c_make_subr_with_generic (const char *name, long type, SCM (*fcn)(), SCM *gf); extern SCM scm_c_define_subr (const char *name, long type, SCM (*fcn)()); extern SCM scm_c_define_subr_with_generic (const char *name, long type, SCM (*fcn)(), SCM *gf); extern SCM scm_makcclo (SCM proc, size_t len); extern SCM scm_procedure_p (SCM obj); extern SCM scm_closure_p (SCM obj); extern SCM scm_thunk_p (SCM obj); extern int scm_subr_p (SCM obj); extern SCM scm_procedure_documentation (SCM proc); extern SCM scm_procedure_with_setter_p (SCM obj); extern SCM scm_make_procedure_with_setter (SCM procedure, SCM setter); extern SCM scm_procedure (SCM proc); extern SCM scm_setter (SCM proc); extern void scm_init_subr_table (void); extern void scm_init_procs (void); #ifdef GUILE_DEBUG extern SCM scm_make_cclo (SCM proc, SCM len); #endif /*GUILE_DEBUG*/ #if (SCM_DEBUG_DEPRECATED == 0) #define SCM_SUBR_DOC(x) SCM_BOOL_F extern SCM scm_make_subr (const char *name, int type, SCM (*fcn) ()); extern SCM scm_make_subr_with_generic (const char *name, int type, SCM (*fcn) (), SCM *gf); extern SCM scm_make_subr_opt (const char *name, int type, SCM (*fcn) (), int set); #endif /* SCM_DEBUG_DEPRECATED == 0 */ #endif /* SCM_PROCS_H */ /* Local Variables: c-file-style: "gnu" End: */