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authorFrederik Gladhorn <frederik.gladhorn@qt.io>2019-06-24 16:01:42 +0200
committerFrederik Gladhorn <frederik.gladhorn@qt.io>2019-10-03 19:49:48 +0000
commitf9635567942071206f10430024895db6a127abf8 (patch)
treeba9aa7254cbe6faf6079a26c3cb4347826fd11d8 /gnuwin32
parentaccc0af6e4a66c598409c5ed22ba1e8f63fc96ae (diff)
Remove gnuwin32 - it is provided through provisioning
Having a few windows specific tools in qt5.git was always strange. We now provision the utilities to the machines, so remove them from qt5.git. [ChangeLog][General] GnuWin32 is no longer part of the Qt source code repositories. Instead it can be downloaded from the upstream project at https://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net . For convenience we also make a copy available here: https://download.qt.io/development_releases/gnuwin32/gnuwin32.zip The GnuWin32 tools are needed for building Qt from source on Windows. Binary package downloads are not affected. Task-number: QTBUG-73424 Change-Id: I9212cc2923343f4f84bcba9d1444a90e446dfb8a Reviewed-by: Simon Hausmann <simon.hausmann@qt.io> Reviewed-by: Liang Qi <liang.qi@qt.io>
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diff --git a/gnuwin32/README b/gnuwin32/README
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-This directory contains the Windows binaries of various tools such as bison
-from the GnuWin32 project (http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/). We've put them
-here for your convenience, as they are needed to build projects such as
-QtWebKit.
-
-Aside from GnuWin32 binaries this directory also contains a distribution of Win
-flex-bison project (http://sourceforge.net/projects/winflexbison/), which provides
-much newer ports of Flex and Bison than what GnuWin32 provides.
-
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/bison.exe b/gnuwin32/bin/bison.exe
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index 035eb2a4..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/bison.exe
+++ /dev/null
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diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/README b/gnuwin32/bin/data/README
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--*- outline -*-
-
-This directory contains data needed by Bison.
-
-* Skeletons
-Bison skeletons: the general shapes of the different parser kinds,
-that are specialized for specific grammars by the bison program.
-
-Currently, the supported skeletons are:
-
-- yacc.c
- It used to be named bison.simple: it corresponds to C Yacc
- compatible LALR(1) parsers.
-
-- lalr1.cc
- Produces a C++ parser class.
-
-- lalr1.java
- Produces a Java parser class.
-
-- glr.c
- A Generalized LR C parser based on Bison's LALR(1) tables.
-
-- glr.cc
- A Generalized LR C++ parser. Actually a C++ wrapper around glr.c.
-
-These skeletons are the only ones supported by the Bison team.
-Because the interface between skeletons and the bison program is not
-finished, *we are not bound to it*. In particular, Bison is not
-mature enough for us to consider that "foreign skeletons" are
-supported.
-
-* m4sugar
-This directory contains M4sugar, sort of an extended library for M4,
-which is used by Bison to instantiate the skeletons.
-
-* xslt
-This directory contains XSLT programs that transform Bison's XML output
-into various formats.
-
-- bison.xsl
- A library of routines used by the other XSLT programs.
-
-- xml2dot.xsl
- Conversion into GraphViz's dot format.
-
-- xml2text.xsl
- Conversion into text.
-
-- xml2xhtml.xsl
- Conversion into XHTML.
-
------
-
-Copyright (C) 2002, 2008-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-This file is part of GNU Bison.
-
-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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/bison.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/bison.m4
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- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# Language-independent M4 Macros for Bison.
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002, 2004-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Identification. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# b4_copyright(TITLE, [YEARS])
-# ----------------------------
-# If YEARS are not defined, use b4_copyright_years.
-m4_define([b4_copyright],
-[b4_comment([A Bison parser, made by GNU Bison b4_version.])
-
-b4_comment([$1
-
-]m4_dquote(m4_text_wrap([Copyright (C)
-]m4_ifval([$2], [[$2]], [m4_defn([b4_copyright_years])])[
-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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.])
-
-b4_comment([As a special exception, you may create a larger work that contains
-part or all of the Bison parser skeleton and distribute that work
-under terms of your choice, so long as that work isn't itself a
-parser generator using the skeleton or a modified version thereof
-as a parser skeleton. Alternatively, if you modify or redistribute
-the parser skeleton itself, you may (at your option) remove this
-special exception, which will cause the skeleton and the resulting
-Bison output files to be licensed under the GNU General Public
-License without this special exception.
-
-This special exception was added by the Free Software Foundation in
-version 2.2 of Bison.])])
-
-
-## -------- ##
-## Output. ##
-## -------- ##
-
-# b4_output_begin(FILE)
-# ---------------------
-# Enable output, i.e., send to diversion 0, expand after "#", and
-# generate the tag to output into FILE. Must be followed by EOL.
-m4_define([b4_output_begin],
-[m4_changecom()
-m4_divert_push(0)dnl
-@output(m4_unquote([$1])@)@dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_output_end()
-# ---------------
-# Output nothing, restore # as comment character (no expansions after #).
-m4_define([b4_output_end],
-[m4_divert_pop(0)
-m4_changecom([#])
-])
-
-
-# b4_divert_kill(CODE)
-# --------------------
-# Expand CODE for its side effects, discard its output.
-m4_define([b4_divert_kill],
-[m4_divert_text([KILL], [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_define_silent(MACRO, CODE)
-# -----------------------------
-# Same as m4_define, but throw away the expansion of CODE.
-m4_define([b4_define_silent],
-[m4_define([$1], [b4_divert_kill([$2])])])
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Error handling. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# The following error handling macros print error directives that should not
-# become arguments of other macro invocations since they would likely then be
-# mangled. Thus, they print to stdout directly.
-
-# b4_cat(TEXT)
-# ------------
-# Write TEXT to stdout. Precede the final newline with an @ so that it's
-# escaped. For example:
-#
-# b4_cat([[@complain(invalid input@)]])
-m4_define([b4_cat],
-[m4_syscmd([cat <<'_m4eof'
-]m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote($1), [_m4eof], [_m4@`eof])[@
-_m4eof
-])dnl
-m4_if(m4_sysval, [0], [], [m4_fatal([$0: cannot write to stdout])])])
-
-# b4_error(KIND, START, END, FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# -------------------------------------------------------
-# Write @KIND(START@,END@,FORMAT@,ARG1@,ARG2@,...@) to stdout.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_error([[complain]], [[input.y:2.3]], [[input.y:5.4]],
-# [[invalid %s]], [[foo]])
-m4_define([b4_error],
-[b4_cat([[@complain][(]$1[@,]$2[@,]$3[@,]$4[]]dnl
-[m4_if([$#], [4], [],
- [m4_foreach([b4_arg],
- m4_dquote(m4_shift(m4_shift(m4_shift(m4_shift($@))))),
- [[@,]b4_arg])])[@)]])])
-
-# b4_warn(FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# ------------------------------------
-# Write @warn(FORMAT@,ARG1@,ARG2@,...@) to stdout.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_warn([[invalid value for '%s': %s]], [[foo]], [[3]])
-#
-# As a simple test suite, this:
-#
-# m4_divert(-1)
-# m4_define([asdf], [ASDF])
-# m4_define([fsa], [FSA])
-# m4_define([fdsa], [FDSA])
-# b4_warn_at([[[asdf), asdf]]], [[[fsa), fsa]]], [[[fdsa), fdsa]]])
-# b4_warn_at([[asdf), asdf]], [[fsa), fsa]], [[fdsa), fdsa]])
-# b4_warn_at()
-# b4_warn_at(1)
-# b4_warn_at(1, 2)
-#
-# Should produce this without newlines:
-#
-# @warn_at([asdf), asdf]@,@,@,[fsa), fsa]@,[fdsa), fdsa]@)
-# @warn(asdf), asdf@,@,@,fsa), fsa@,fdsa), fdsa@)
-# @warn(@)
-# @warn(1@)
-# @warn(1@,2@)
-m4_define([b4_warn],
-[b4_error([[warn]], [], [], $@)])
-
-# b4_warn_at(START, END, FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# ---------------------------------------------------
-# Write @warn(START@,END@,FORMAT@,ARG1@,ARG2@,...@) to stdout.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_warn_at([[input.y:2.3]], [[input.y:5.4]], [[invalid %s]], [[foo]])
-m4_define([b4_warn_at],
-[b4_error([[warn]], $@)])
-
-# b4_complain(FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Bounce to b4_complain_at.
-#
-# See b4_warn example.
-m4_define([b4_complain],
-[b4_error([[complain]], [], [], $@)])
-
-# b4_complain_at(START, END, FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# -------------------------------------------------------
-# Write @complain(START@,END@,FORMAT@,ARG1@,ARG2@,...@) to stdout.
-#
-# See b4_warn_at example.
-m4_define([b4_complain_at],
-[b4_error([[complain]], $@)])
-
-# b4_fatal(FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# -------------------------------------
-# Bounce to b4_fatal_at.
-#
-# See b4_warn example.
-m4_define([b4_fatal],
-[b4_error([[fatal]], [], [], $@)dnl
-m4_exit(1)])
-
-# b4_fatal_at(START, END, FORMAT, [ARG1], [ARG2], ...)
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# Write @fatal(START@,END@,FORMAT@,ARG1@,ARG2@,...@) to stdout and exit.
-#
-# See b4_warn_at example.
-m4_define([b4_fatal_at],
-[b4_error([[fatal]], $@)dnl
-m4_exit(1)])
-
-
-## ------------ ##
-## Data Types. ##
-## ------------ ##
-
-# b4_ints_in(INT1, INT2, LOW, HIGH)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Return 1 iff both INT1 and INT2 are in [LOW, HIGH], 0 otherwise.
-m4_define([b4_ints_in],
-[m4_eval([$3 <= $1 && $1 <= $4 && $3 <= $2 && $2 <= $4])])
-
-
-# b4_subtract(LHS, RHS)
-# ---------------------
-# Evaluate LHS - RHS if they are integer literals, otherwise expand
-# to (LHS) - (RHS).
-m4_define([b4_subtract],
-[m4_bmatch([$1$2], [^[0123456789]*$],
- [m4_eval([$1 - $2])],
- [($1) - ($2)])])
-
-# b4_join(ARG1, ...)
-# _b4_join(ARG1, ...)
-# -------------------
-# Join with comma, skipping empty arguments.
-# b4_join calls itself recursively until it sees the first non-empty
-# argument, then calls _b4_join which prepends each non-empty argument
-# with a comma.
-m4_define([b4_join],
-[m4_if([$#$1],
- [1], [],
- [m4_ifval([$1],
- [$1[]_$0(m4_shift($@))],
- [$0(m4_shift($@))])])])
-
-# _b4_join(ARGS1, ...)
-# --------------------
-m4_define([_b4_join],
-[m4_if([$#$1],
- [1], [],
- [m4_ifval([$1], [, $1])[]$0(m4_shift($@))])])
-
-
-
-
-# b4_integral_parser_tables_map(MACRO)
-# -------------------------------------
-# Map MACRO on all the integral tables. MACRO is expected to have
-# the signature MACRO(TABLE-NAME, CONTENT, COMMENT).
-m4_define([b4_integral_parser_tables_map],
-[$1([pact], [b4_pact],
- [[YYPACT[STATE-NUM] -- Index in YYTABLE of the portion describing
-STATE-NUM.]])
-
-$1([defact], [b4_defact],
- [[YYDEFACT[STATE-NUM] -- Default reduction number in state STATE-NUM.
-Performed when YYTABLE does not specify something else to do. Zero
-means the default is an error.]])
-
-$1([pgoto], [b4_pgoto], [[YYPGOTO[NTERM-NUM].]])
-
-$1([defgoto], [b4_defgoto], [[YYDEFGOTO[NTERM-NUM].]])
-
-$1([table], [b4_table],
- [[YYTABLE[YYPACT[STATE-NUM]] -- What to do in state STATE-NUM. If
-positive, shift that token. If negative, reduce the rule whose
-number is the opposite. If YYTABLE_NINF, syntax error.]])
-
-$1([check], [b4_check])
-
-$1([stos], [b4_stos],
- [[YYSTOS[STATE-NUM] -- The (internal number of the) accessing
-symbol of state STATE-NUM.]])
-
-$1([r1], [b4_r1],
- [[YYR1[YYN] -- Symbol number of symbol that rule YYN derives.]])
-
-$1([r2], [b4_r2],
- [[YYR2[YYN] -- Number of symbols on the right hand side of rule YYN.]])
-])
-
-
-# b4_parser_tables_declare
-# b4_parser_tables_define
-# ------------------------
-# Define/declare the (deterministic) parser tables.
-m4_define([b4_parser_tables_declare],
-[b4_integral_parser_tables_map([b4_integral_parser_table_declare])])
-
-m4_define([b4_parser_tables_define],
-[b4_integral_parser_tables_map([b4_integral_parser_table_define])])
-
-
-
-## ------------------ ##
-## Decoding options. ##
-## ------------------ ##
-
-# b4_flag_if(FLAG, IF-TRUE, IF-FALSE)
-# -----------------------------------
-# Run IF-TRUE if b4_FLAG_flag is 1, IF-FALSE if FLAG is 0, otherwise fail.
-m4_define([b4_flag_if],
-[m4_case(b4_$1_flag,
- [0], [$3],
- [1], [$2],
- [m4_fatal([invalid $1 value: ]b4_$1_flag)])])
-
-
-# b4_define_flag_if(FLAG)
-# -----------------------
-# Define "b4_FLAG_if(IF-TRUE, IF-FALSE)" that depends on the
-# value of the Boolean FLAG.
-m4_define([b4_define_flag_if],
-[_b4_define_flag_if($[1], $[2], [$1])])
-
-# _b4_define_flag_if($1, $2, FLAG)
-# --------------------------------
-# Work around the impossibility to define macros inside macros,
-# because issuing '[$1]' is not possible in M4. GNU M4 should provide
-# $$1 a la M5/TeX.
-m4_define([_b4_define_flag_if],
-[m4_if([$1$2], $[1]$[2], [],
- [m4_fatal([$0: Invalid arguments: $@])])dnl
-m4_define([b4_$3_if],
- [b4_flag_if([$3], [$1], [$2])])])
-
-
-# b4_FLAG_if(IF-TRUE, IF-FALSE)
-# -----------------------------
-# Expand IF-TRUE, if FLAG is true, IF-FALSE otherwise.
-b4_define_flag_if([defines]) # Whether headers are requested.
-b4_define_flag_if([glr]) # Whether a GLR parser is requested.
-b4_define_flag_if([nondeterministic]) # Whether conflicts should be handled.
-b4_define_flag_if([token_table]) # Whether yytoken_table is demanded.
-b4_define_flag_if([yacc]) # Whether POSIX Yacc is emulated.
-
-
-## --------- ##
-## Symbols. ##
-## --------- ##
-
-# In order to unify the handling of the various aspects of symbols
-# (tag, type_name, whether terminal, etc.), bison.exe defines one
-# macro per (token, field), where field can has_id, id, etc.: see
-# src/output.c:prepare_symbols_definitions().
-#
-# The various FIELDS are:
-#
-# - has_id: 0 or 1.
-# Whether the symbol has an id.
-# - id: string
-# If has_id, the id. Guaranteed to be usable as a C identifier.
-# Prefixed by api.token.prefix if defined.
-# - tag: string.
-# A representat of the symbol. Can be 'foo', 'foo.id', '"foo"' etc.
-# - user_number: integer
-# The assigned (external) number as used by yylex.
-# - is_token: 0 or 1
-# Whether this is a terminal symbol.
-# - number: integer
-# The internalized number (used after yytranslate).
-# - has_type: 0, 1
-# Whether has a semantic value.
-# - type_tag: string
-# When api.value.type=union, the generated name for the union member.
-# yytype_INT etc. for symbols that has_id, otherwise yytype_1 etc.
-# - type
-# If it has a semantic value, its type tag, or, if variant are used,
-# its type.
-# In the case of api.value.type=union, type is the real type (e.g. int).
-# - has_printer: 0, 1
-# - printer: string
-# - printer_file: string
-# - printer_line: integer
-# If the symbol has a printer, everything about it.
-# - has_destructor, destructor, destructor_file, destructor_line
-# Likewise.
-#
-# The following macros provide access to these values.
-
-# b4_symbol_(NUM, FIELD)
-# ----------------------
-# Recover a FIELD about symbol #NUM. Thanks to m4_indir, fails if
-# undefined.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_],
-[m4_indir([b4_symbol($1, $2)])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol(NUM, FIELD)
-# ---------------------
-# Recover a FIELD about symbol #NUM. Thanks to m4_indir, fails if
-# undefined. If FIELD = id, prepend the token prefix.
-m4_define([b4_symbol],
-[m4_case([$2],
- [id], [m4_do([b4_percent_define_get([api.token.prefix])],
- [b4_symbol_([$1], [id])])],
- [b4_symbol_($@)])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_if(NUM, FIELD, IF-TRUE, IF-FALSE)
-# -------------------------------------------
-# If FIELD about symbol #NUM is 1 expand IF-TRUE, if is 0, expand IF-FALSE.
-# Otherwise an error.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_if],
-[m4_case(b4_symbol([$1], [$2]),
- [1], [$3],
- [0], [$4],
- [m4_fatal([$0: field $2 of $1 is not a Boolean:] b4_symbol([$1], [$2]))])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_tag_comment(SYMBOL-NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Issue a comment giving the tag of symbol NUM.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_tag_comment],
-[b4_comment([b4_symbol([$1], [tag])])
-])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_action_location(SYMBOL-NUM, KIND)
-# -------------------------------------------
-# Report the location of the KIND action as FILE:LINE.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_action_location],
-[b4_symbol([$1], [$2_file]):b4_syncline([b4_symbol([$1], [$2_line])])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_action(SYMBOL-NUM, KIND)
-# ----------------------------------
-# Run the action KIND (destructor or printer) for SYMBOL-NUM.
-# Same as in C, but using references instead of pointers.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_action],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_$2],
-[b4_dollar_pushdef([(*yyvaluep)],
- b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
- [m4_dquote(b4_symbol([$1], [type]))]),
- [(*yylocationp)])dnl
- b4_symbol_case_([$1])[]dnl
-b4_syncline([b4_symbol([$1], [$2_line])], ["b4_symbol([$1], [$2_file])"])
- b4_symbol([$1], [$2])
-b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])
- break;
-
-b4_dollar_popdef[]dnl
-])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_destructor(SYMBOL-NUM)
-# b4_symbol_printer(SYMBOL-NUM)
-# --------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_symbol_destructor], [b4_symbol_action([$1], [destructor])])
-m4_define([b4_symbol_printer], [b4_symbol_action([$1], [printer])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_actions(KIND, [TYPE = yytype])
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Emit the symbol actions for KIND ("printer" or "destructor").
-# Dispatch on TYPE.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_actions],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_actions_], m4_expand([b4_symbol_foreach([b4_symbol_$1])]))dnl
-m4_ifval(m4_defn([b4_actions_]),
-[switch (m4_default([$2], [yytype]))
- {
- m4_defn([b4_actions_])
- default:
- break;
- }dnl
-],
-[YYUSE (m4_default([$2], [yytype]));])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_actions_])dnl
-])
-
-# b4_symbol_case_(SYMBOL-NUM)
-# ---------------------------
-# Issue a "case NUM" for SYMBOL-NUM.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_case_],
-[case b4_symbol([$1], [number]): b4_symbol_tag_comment([$1])])
-])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_foreach(MACRO)
-# ------------------------
-# Invoke MACRO(SYMBOL-NUM) for each SYMBOL-NUM.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_foreach],
- [m4_map([$1], m4_defn([b4_symbol_numbers]))])
-
-# b4_symbol_map(MACRO)
-# --------------------
-# Return a list (possibly empty elements) of MACRO invoked for each
-# SYMBOL-NUM.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_map],
-[m4_map_args_sep([$1(], [)], [,], b4_symbol_numbers)])
-
-
-# b4_token_visible_if(NUM, IF-TRUE, IF-FALSE)
-# -------------------------------------------
-# Whether NUM denotes a token that has an exported definition (i.e.,
-# shows in enum yytokentype).
-m4_define([b4_token_visible_if],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [is_token],
- [b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_id], [$2], [$3])],
- [$3])])
-
-# b4_token_has_definition(NUM)
-# ----------------------------
-# 1 if NUM is visible, nothing otherwise.
-m4_define([b4_token_has_definition],
-[b4_token_visible_if([$1], [1])])
-
-# b4_any_token_visible_if([IF-TRUE], [IF-FALSE])
-# ----------------------------------------------
-# Whether there is a token that needs to be defined.
-m4_define([b4_any_token_visible_if],
-[m4_ifval(b4_symbol_foreach([b4_token_has_definition]),
- [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_token_format(FORMAT, NUM)
-# ----------------------------
-m4_define([b4_token_format],
-[b4_token_visible_if([$2],
-[m4_quote(m4_format([$1],
- [b4_symbol([$2], [id])],
- [b4_symbol([$2], [user_number])]))])])
-
-
-## ------- ##
-## Types. ##
-## ------- ##
-
-# b4_type_action_(NUMS)
-# ---------------------
-# Run actions for the symbol NUMS that all have the same type-name.
-# Skip NUMS that have no type-name.
-#
-# To specify the action to run, define b4_dollar_dollar(NUMBER,
-# TAG, TYPE).
-m4_define([b4_type_action_],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
-[m4_map([ b4_symbol_case_], [$@])[]dnl
- b4_dollar_dollar([b4_symbol([$1], [number])],
- [b4_symbol([$1], [tag])],
- [b4_symbol([$1], [type])]);
- break;
-
-])])
-
-# b4_type_foreach(MACRO)
-# ----------------------
-# Invoke MACRO(SYMBOL-NUMS) for each set of SYMBOL-NUMS for each type set.
-m4_define([b4_type_foreach],
- [m4_map([$1], m4_defn([b4_type_names]))])
-
-
-
-## ----------- ##
-## Synclines. ##
-## ----------- ##
-
-# b4_basename(NAME)
-# -----------------
-# Similar to POSIX basename; the differences don't matter here.
-# Beware that NAME is not evaluated.
-m4_define([b4_basename],
-[m4_bpatsubst([$1], [^.*/\([^/]+\)/*$], [\1])])
-
-
-# b4_syncline(LINE, FILE)
-# -----------------------
-m4_define([b4_syncline],
-[b4_flag_if([synclines],
-[b4_sync_start([$1], [$2]) b4_sync_end([__line__],
- [b4_basename(m4_quote(__file__))])[]dnl
-])])
-
-# b4_sync_start(LINE, FILE)
-# -----------------------
-# Syncline for the new place. Typically a directive for the compiler.
-m4_define([b4_sync_start], [b4_comment([$2:$1])])
-
-# b4_sync_end(LINE, FILE)
-# -----------------------
-# Syncline for the current place, which ends. Typically a comment
-# left for the reader.
-m4_define([b4_sync_end], [b4_comment([$2:$1])])
-
-
-# b4_user_code(USER-CODE)
-# -----------------------
-# Emit code from the user, ending it with synclines.
-m4_define([b4_user_code],
-[$1
-b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])])
-
-
-# b4_define_user_code(MACRO)
-# --------------------------
-# From b4_MACRO, build b4_user_MACRO that includes the synclines.
-m4_define([b4_define_user_code],
-[m4_define([b4_user_$1],
-[b4_user_code([b4_$1])])])
-
-
-# b4_user_actions
-# b4_user_initial_action
-# b4_user_post_prologue
-# b4_user_pre_prologue
-# b4_user_union_members
-# ----------------------
-# Macros that issue user code, ending with synclines.
-b4_define_user_code([actions])
-b4_define_user_code([initial_action])
-b4_define_user_code([post_prologue])
-b4_define_user_code([pre_prologue])
-b4_define_user_code([union_members])
-
-
-# b4_check_user_names(WHAT, USER-LIST, BISON-NAMESPACE)
-# -----------------------------------------------------
-# Complain if any name of type WHAT is used by the user (as recorded in
-# USER-LIST) but is not used by Bison (as recorded by macros in the
-# namespace BISON-NAMESPACE).
-#
-# USER-LIST must expand to a list specifying all user occurrences of all names
-# of type WHAT. Each item in the list must be a triplet specifying one
-# occurrence: name, start boundary, and end boundary. Empty string names are
-# fine. An empty list is fine.
-#
-# For example, to define b4_foo_user_names to be used for USER-LIST with three
-# name occurrences and with correct quoting:
-#
-# m4_define([b4_foo_user_names],
-# [[[[[[bar]], [[parser.y:1.7]], [[parser.y:1.16]]]],
-# [[[[bar]], [[parser.y:5.7]], [[parser.y:5.16]]]],
-# [[[[baz]], [[parser.y:8.7]], [[parser.y:8.16]]]]]])
-#
-# The macro BISON-NAMESPACE(bar) must be defined iff the name bar of type WHAT
-# is used by Bison (in the front-end or in the skeleton). Empty string names
-# are fine, but it would be ugly for Bison to actually use one.
-#
-# For example, to use b4_foo_bison_names for BISON-NAMESPACE and define that
-# the names bar and baz are used by Bison:
-#
-# m4_define([b4_foo_bison_names(bar)])
-# m4_define([b4_foo_bison_names(baz)])
-#
-# To invoke b4_check_user_names with TYPE foo, with USER-LIST
-# b4_foo_user_names, with BISON-NAMESPACE b4_foo_bison_names, and with correct
-# quoting:
-#
-# b4_check_user_names([[foo]], [b4_foo_user_names],
-# [[b4_foo_bison_names]])
-m4_define([b4_check_user_names],
-[m4_foreach([b4_occurrence], $2,
-[m4_pushdef([b4_occurrence], b4_occurrence)dnl
-m4_pushdef([b4_user_name], m4_car(b4_occurrence))dnl
-m4_pushdef([b4_start], m4_car(m4_shift(b4_occurrence)))dnl
-m4_pushdef([b4_end], m4_shift(m4_shift(b4_occurrence)))dnl
-m4_ifndef($3[(]m4_quote(b4_user_name)[)],
- [b4_complain_at([b4_start], [b4_end],
- [[%s '%s' is not used]],
- [$1], [b4_user_name])])[]dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_occurrence])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_user_name])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_start])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_end])dnl
-])])
-
-
-
-## --------------------- ##
-## b4_percent_define_*. ##
-## --------------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_use(VARIABLE)
-# -------------------------------
-# Declare that VARIABLE was used.
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_use],
-[m4_define([b4_percent_define_bison_variables(]$1[)])dnl
-])
-
-# b4_percent_define_get(VARIABLE, [DEFAULT])
-# ------------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_get in ../src/muscle-tab.h. That is, if
-# the %define variable VARIABLE is defined, emit its value. Contrary
-# to its C counterpart, return DEFAULT otherwise. Also, record
-# Bison's usage of VARIABLE by defining
-# b4_percent_define_bison_variables(VARIABLE).
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_get([[foo]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_get],
-[b4_percent_define_use([$1])dnl
-b4_percent_define_ifdef_([$1],
- [m4_indir([b4_percent_define(]$1[)])],
- [$2])])
-
-# b4_percent_define_get_loc(VARIABLE)
-# -----------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_get_loc in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly. That is,
-# if the %define variable VARIABLE is undefined, complain fatally since that's
-# a Bison or skeleton error. Otherwise, return its definition location in a
-# form approriate for the first two arguments of b4_warn_at, b4_complain_at, or
-# b4_fatal_at. Don't record this as a Bison usage of VARIABLE as there's no
-# reason to suspect that the user-supplied value has yet influenced the output.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([[foo]]), [[invalid foo]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_get_loc],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_define_loc(]$1[)],
- [m4_pushdef([b4_loc], m4_indir([b4_percent_define_loc(]$1[)]))dnl
-b4_loc[]dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_loc])],
- [b4_fatal([[$0: undefined %%define variable '%s']], [$1])])])
-
-# b4_percent_define_get_kind(VARIABLE)
-# ------------------------------------
-# Get the kind (code, keyword, string) of VARIABLE, i.e., how its
-# value was defined (braces, not delimiters, quotes).
-#
-# If the %define variable VARIABLE is undefined, complain fatally
-# since that's a Bison or skeleton error. Don't record this as a
-# Bison usage of VARIABLE as there's no reason to suspect that the
-# user-supplied value has yet influenced the output.
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_get_kind],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_define_kind(]$1[)],
- [m4_indir([b4_percent_define_kind(]$1[)])],
- [b4_fatal([[$0: undefined %%define variable '%s']], [$1])])])
-
-# b4_percent_define_get_syncline(VARIABLE)
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_get_syncline in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly.
-# That is, if the %define variable VARIABLE is undefined, complain fatally
-# since that's a Bison or skeleton error. Otherwise, return its definition
-# location as a b4_syncline invocation. Don't record this as a Bison usage of
-# VARIABLE as there's no reason to suspect that the user-supplied value has yet
-# influenced the output.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_get_syncline([[foo]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_get_syncline],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_define_syncline(]$1[)],
- [m4_indir([b4_percent_define_syncline(]$1[)])],
- [b4_fatal([[$0: undefined %%define variable '%s']], [$1])])])
-
-# b4_percent_define_ifdef_(VARIABLE, IF-TRUE, [IF-FALSE])
-# ------------------------------------------------------
-# If the %define variable VARIABLE is defined, expand IF-TRUE, else expand
-# IF-FALSE. Don't record usage of VARIABLE.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_ifdef_([[foo]], [[it's defined]], [[it's undefined]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_ifdef_],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_define(]$1[)],
- [$2],
- [$3])])
-
-# b4_percent_define_ifdef(VARIABLE, IF-TRUE, [IF-FALSE])
-# ------------------------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_ifdef in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly. That is,
-# if the %define variable VARIABLE is defined, expand IF-TRUE, else expand
-# IF-FALSE. Also, record Bison's usage of VARIABLE by defining
-# b4_percent_define_bison_variables(VARIABLE).
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_ifdef([[foo]], [[it's defined]], [[it's undefined]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_ifdef],
-[b4_percent_define_ifdef_([$1],
- [b4_percent_define_use([$1])$2],
- [$3])])
-
-
-## --------- ##
-## Options. ##
-## --------- ##
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_flag_if(VARIABLE, IF-TRUE, [IF-FALSE])
-# --------------------------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_flag_if in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly. That is,
-# if the %define variable VARIABLE is defined to "" or "true", expand IF-TRUE.
-# If it is defined to "false", expand IF-FALSE. Complain if it is undefined
-# (a Bison or skeleton error since the default value should have been set
-# already) or defined to any other value (possibly a user error). Also, record
-# Bison's usage of VARIABLE by defining
-# b4_percent_define_bison_variables(VARIABLE).
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_flag_if([[foo]], [[it's true]], [[it's false]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_flag_if],
-[b4_percent_define_ifdef([$1],
- [m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([$1]),
- [], [$2], [true], [$2], [false], [$3],
- [m4_expand_once([b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([$1]),
- [[invalid value for %%define Boolean variable '%s']],
- [$1])],
- [[b4_percent_define_flag_if($1)]])])],
- [b4_fatal([[$0: undefined %%define variable '%s']], [$1])])])
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_default(VARIABLE, DEFAULT, [KIND = keyword])
-# --------------------------------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_default in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly. That is,
-# if the %define variable VARIABLE is undefined, set its value to DEFAULT.
-# Don't record this as a Bison usage of VARIABLE as there's no reason to
-# suspect that the value has yet influenced the output.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_default([[foo]], [[default value]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_default],
-[b4_percent_define_ifdef_([$1], [],
- [m4_define([b4_percent_define(]$1[)], [$2])dnl
- m4_define([b4_percent_define_kind(]$1[)],
- [m4_default([$3], [keyword])])dnl
- m4_define([b4_percent_define_loc(]$1[)],
- [[[[<skeleton default value>:-1.-1]],
- [[<skeleton default value>:-1.-1]]]])dnl
- m4_define([b4_percent_define_syncline(]$1[)], [[]])])])
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_if_define(NAME, [VARIABLE = NAME])
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# Define b4_NAME_if that executes its $1 or $2 depending whether
-# VARIABLE was %defined. The characters '.' and `-' in VARIABLE are mapped
-# to '_'.
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_if_define_],
-[m4_define(m4_bpatsubst([b4_$1_if], [[-.]], [_]),
- [b4_percent_define_flag_if(m4_default([$2], [$1]),
- [$3], [$4])])])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_if_define],
-[b4_percent_define_default([m4_default([$2], [$1])], [[false]])
-b4_percent_define_if_define_([$1], [$2], $[1], $[2])])
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_check_kind(VARIABLE, KIND, [DIAGNOSTIC = complain])
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_check_kind],
-[b4_percent_define_ifdef_([$1],
- [m4_if(b4_percent_define_get_kind([$1]), [$2], [],
- [b4_error([m4_default([$3], [complain])],
- b4_percent_define_get_loc([$1]),
- [m4_case([$2],
- [code], [[%%define variable '%s' requires '{...}' values]],
- [keyword], [[%%define variable '%s' requires keyword values]],
- [string], [[%%define variable '%s' requires '"..."' values]])],
- [$1])])])dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_check_values(VALUES)
-# --------------------------------------
-# Mimic muscle_percent_define_check_values in ../src/muscle-tab.h exactly
-# except that the VALUES structure is more appropriate for M4. That is, VALUES
-# is a list of sublists of strings. For each sublist, the first string is the
-# name of a %define variable, and all remaining strings in that sublist are the
-# valid values for that variable. Complain if such a variable is undefined (a
-# Bison error since the default value should have been set already) or defined
-# to any other value (possibly a user error). Don't record this as a Bison
-# usage of the variable as there's no reason to suspect that the value has yet
-# influenced the output.
-#
-# For example:
-#
-# b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[foo]], [[foo-value1]], [[foo-value2]]]],
-# [[[[bar]], [[bar-value1]]]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_check_values],
-[m4_foreach([b4_sublist], m4_quote($@),
- [_b4_percent_define_check_values(b4_sublist)])])
-
-m4_define([_b4_percent_define_check_values],
-[b4_percent_define_ifdef_([$1],
- [b4_percent_define_check_kind(]$1[, [keyword], [deprecated])dnl
- m4_pushdef([b4_good_value], [0])dnl
- m4_if($#, 1, [],
- [m4_foreach([b4_value], m4_dquote(m4_shift($@)),
- [m4_if(m4_indir([b4_percent_define(]$1[)]), b4_value,
- [m4_define([b4_good_value], [1])])])])dnl
- m4_if(b4_good_value, [0],
- [b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([$1]),
- [[invalid value for %%define variable '%s': '%s']],
- [$1],
- m4_dquote(m4_indir([b4_percent_define(]$1[)])))
- m4_foreach([b4_value], m4_dquote(m4_shift($@)),
- [b4_error([[note]], b4_percent_define_get_loc([$1]), []
- [[accepted value: '%s']],
- m4_dquote(b4_value))])])dnl
- m4_popdef([b4_good_value])],
- [b4_fatal([[$0: undefined %%define variable '%s']], [$1])])])
-
-# b4_percent_code_get([QUALIFIER])
-# --------------------------------
-# If any %code blocks for QUALIFIER are defined, emit them beginning with a
-# comment and ending with synclines and a newline. If QUALIFIER is not
-# specified or empty, do this for the unqualified %code blocks. Also, record
-# Bison's usage of QUALIFIER (if specified) by defining
-# b4_percent_code_bison_qualifiers(QUALIFIER).
-#
-# For example, to emit any unqualified %code blocks followed by any %code
-# blocks for the qualifier foo:
-#
-# b4_percent_code_get
-# b4_percent_code_get([[foo]])
-m4_define([b4_percent_code_get],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_macro_name], [[b4_percent_code(]$1[)]])dnl
-m4_ifval([$1], [m4_define([b4_percent_code_bison_qualifiers(]$1[)])])dnl
-m4_ifdef(b4_macro_name,
-[b4_comment([m4_if([$#], [0], [[Unqualified %code]],
- [["%code ]$1["]])[ blocks.]])
-b4_user_code([m4_indir(b4_macro_name)])
-])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_macro_name])])
-
-# b4_percent_code_ifdef(QUALIFIER, IF-TRUE, [IF-FALSE])
-# -----------------------------------------------------
-# If any %code blocks for QUALIFIER (or unqualified %code blocks if
-# QUALIFIER is empty) are defined, expand IF-TRUE, else expand IF-FALSE.
-# Also, record Bison's usage of QUALIFIER (if specified) by defining
-# b4_percent_code_bison_qualifiers(QUALIFIER).
-m4_define([b4_percent_code_ifdef],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_code(]$1[)],
- [m4_ifval([$1], [m4_define([b4_percent_code_bison_qualifiers(]$1[)])])$2],
- [$3])])
-
-
-## ------------------ ##
-## Common variables. ##
-## ------------------ ##
-
-
-# b4_parse_assert_if([IF-ASSERTIONS-ARE-USED], [IF-NOT])
-# b4_parse_trace_if([IF-DEBUG-TRACES-ARE-ENABLED], [IF-NOT])
-# b4_token_ctor_if([IF-YYLEX-RETURNS-A-TOKEN], [IF-NOT])
-# ----------------------------------------------
-b4_percent_define_if_define([token_ctor], [api.token.constructor])
-b4_percent_define_if_define([locations]) # Whether locations are tracked.
-b4_percent_define_if_define([parse.assert])
-b4_percent_define_if_define([parse.trace])
-
-
-# b4_bison_locations_if([IF-TRUE])
-# --------------------------------
-# Expand IF-TRUE if using locations, and using the default location
-# type.
-m4_define([b4_bison_locations_if],
-[b4_locations_if([b4_percent_define_ifdef([[api.location.type]], [], [$1])])])
-
-
-# b4_error_verbose_if([IF-ERRORS-ARE-VERBOSE], [IF-NOT])
-# ------------------------------------------------------
-# Map %define parse.error "(simple|verbose)" to b4_error_verbose_if and
-# b4_error_verbose_flag.
-b4_percent_define_default([[parse.error]], [[simple]])
-b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[parse.error]],
- [[simple]], [[verbose]]]])
-m4_define([b4_error_verbose_flag],
- [m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[parse.error]]),
- [simple], [[0]],
- [verbose], [[1]])])
-b4_define_flag_if([error_verbose])
-
-# yytoken_table is needed to support verbose errors.
-b4_error_verbose_if([m4_define([b4_token_table_flag], [1])])
-
-
-# b4_variant_if([IF-VARIANT-ARE-USED], [IF-NOT])
-# ----------------------------------------------
-b4_percent_define_if_define([variant])
-m4_define([b4_variant_flag], [[0]])
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([[api.value.type]],
- [m4_case(b4_percent_define_get_kind([[api.value.type]]), [keyword],
- [m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]]), [variant],
- [m4_define([b4_variant_flag], [[1]])])])])
-b4_define_flag_if([variant])
-
-
-## ----------------------------------------------------------- ##
-## After processing the skeletons, check that all the user's ##
-## %define variables and %code qualifiers were used by Bison. ##
-## ----------------------------------------------------------- ##
-
-m4_define([b4_check_user_names_wrap],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_percent_]$1[_user_]$2[s],
- [b4_check_user_names([[%]$1 $2],
- [b4_percent_]$1[_user_]$2[s],
- [[b4_percent_]$1[_bison_]$2[s]])])])
-
-m4_wrap_lifo([
-b4_check_user_names_wrap([[define]], [[variable]])
-b4_check_user_names_wrap([[code]], [[qualifier]])
-])
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# m4_define_default([b4_lex_param], []) dnl breaks other skeletons
-m4_define_default([b4_pre_prologue], [])
-m4_define_default([b4_post_prologue], [])
-m4_define_default([b4_epilogue], [])
-m4_define_default([b4_parse_param], [])
-
-# The initial column and line.
-m4_define_default([b4_location_initial_column], [1])
-m4_define_default([b4_location_initial_line], [1])
-
-
-## --------------- ##
-## Sanity checks. ##
-## --------------- ##
-
-# api.location.prefix={...} (Java and C++).
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([api.location.type], [code], [deprecated])
-
-# api.position.prefix={...} (Java).
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([api.position.type], [code], [deprecated])
-
-# api.prefix >< %name-prefix.
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([api.prefix], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([api.prefix],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_prefix],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([api.prefix]),
- [['%s' and '%s' cannot be used together]],
- [%name-prefix],
- [%define api.prefix])])])
-
-# api.token.prefix={...}
-# Make it a warning for those who used betas of Bison 3.0.
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([api.token.prefix], [code], [deprecated])
-
-# api.value.type >< %union.
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([api.value.type],
-[m4_ifdef([b4_union_members],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([api.value.type]),
- [['%s' and '%s' cannot be used together]],
- [%union],
- [%define api.value.type])])])
-
-# api.value.type=union >< %yacc.
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([api.value.type],
-[m4_if(b4_percent_define_get([api.value.type]), [union],
-[b4_yacc_if(dnl
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([api.value.type]),
- [['%s' and '%s' cannot be used together]],
- [%yacc],
- [%define api.value.type "union"])])])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++-skel.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++-skel.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index 06597a8b..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++-skel.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# C++ skeleton dispatching for Bison.
-
-# Copyright (C) 2006-2007, 2009-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-b4_glr_if( [m4_define([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[glr.cc]])])
-b4_nondeterministic_if([m4_define([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[glr.cc]])])
-
-m4_define_default([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[lalr1.cc]])
-m4_define_default([b4_skeleton], ["b4_basename(b4_used_skeleton)"])
-
-m4_include(b4_used_skeleton)
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index be12c0a2..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c++.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,544 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# C++ skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c.m4])
-
-# b4_comment(TEXT, [PREFIX])
-# --------------------------
-# Put TEXT in comment. Prefix all the output lines with PREFIX.
-m4_define([b4_comment],
-[b4_comment_([$1], [$2// ], [$2// ])])
-
-## -------- ##
-## Checks. ##
-## -------- ##
-
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([api.namespace], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([parser_class_name], [code], [deprecated])
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[parser_class_name]], [[parser]])
-
-# Don't do that so that we remember whether we're using a user
-# request, or the default value.
-#
-# b4_percent_define_default([[api.location.type]], [[location]])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[filename_type]], [[std::string]])
-# Make it a warning for those who used betas of Bison 3.0.
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.namespace]], m4_defn([b4_prefix]))
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[global_tokens_and_yystype]], [[false]])
-b4_percent_define_default([[define_location_comparison]],
- [m4_if(b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]]),
- [std::string], [[true]], [[false]])])
-
-
-
-## ----------- ##
-## Namespace. ##
-## ----------- ##
-
-m4_define([b4_namespace_ref], [b4_percent_define_get([[api.namespace]])])
-
-
-# Don't permit an empty b4_namespace_ref. Any '::parser::foo' appended to it
-# would compile as an absolute reference with 'parser' in the global namespace.
-# b4_namespace_open would open an anonymous namespace and thus establish
-# internal linkage. This would compile. However, it's cryptic, and internal
-# linkage for the parser would be specified in all translation units that
-# include the header, which is always generated. If we ever need to permit
-# internal linkage somehow, surely we can find a cleaner approach.
-m4_if(m4_bregexp(b4_namespace_ref, [^[ ]*$]), [-1], [],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([[api.namespace]]),
- [[namespace reference is empty]])])
-
-# Instead of assuming the C++ compiler will do it, Bison should reject any
-# invalid b4_namepsace_ref that would be converted to a valid
-# b4_namespace_open. The problem is that Bison doesn't always output
-# b4_namespace_ref to uncommented code but should reserve the ability to do so
-# in future releases without risking breaking any existing user grammars.
-# Specifically, don't allow empty names as b4_namespace_open would just convert
-# those into anonymous namespaces, and that might tempt some users.
-m4_if(m4_bregexp(b4_namespace_ref, [::[ ]*::]), [-1], [],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([[api.namespace]]),
- [[namespace reference has consecutive "::"]])])
-m4_if(m4_bregexp(b4_namespace_ref, [::[ ]*$]), [-1], [],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([[api.namespace]]),
- [[namespace reference has a trailing "::"]])])
-
-m4_define([b4_namespace_open],
-[b4_user_code([b4_percent_define_get_syncline([[api.namespace]])
-[namespace ]m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(b4_namespace_ref),
- [^\(.\)[ ]*::], [\1])),
- [::], [ { namespace ])[ {]])])
-
-m4_define([b4_namespace_close],
-[b4_user_code([b4_percent_define_get_syncline([[api.namespace]])
-m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(b4_namespace_ref[ ]),
- [^\(.\)[ ]*\(::\)?\([^][:]\|:[^:]\)*],
- [\1])),
- [::\([^][:]\|:[^:]\)*], [} ])[} // ]b4_namespace_ref])])
-
-
-# b4_token_enums
-# --------------
-# Output the definition of the tokens as enums.
-m4_define([b4_token_enums],
-[[enum yytokentype
- {
- ]m4_join([,
- ],
- b4_symbol_map([b4_token_enum]))[
- };]dnl
-])
-
-
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Semantic Values. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-
-
-# b4_value_type_declare
-# ---------------------
-# Declare semantic_type.
-m4_define([b4_value_type_declare],
-[b4_value_type_setup[]dnl
-[ /// Symbol semantic values.
-]m4_bmatch(b4_percent_define_get_kind([[api.value.type]]),
-[code],
-[[ typedef ]b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]])[ semantic_type;]],
-[m4_bmatch(b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]]),
-[union\|union-directive],
-[[ union semantic_type
- {
- ]b4_user_union_members[
- };]])])dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_public_types_declare
-# -----------------------
-# Define the public types: token, semantic value, location, and so forth.
-# Depending on %define token_lex, may be output in the header or source file.
-m4_define([b4_public_types_declare],
-[[#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE
-]b4_value_type_declare[
-#else
- typedef ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE semantic_type;
-#endif]b4_locations_if([
- /// Symbol locations.
- typedef b4_percent_define_get([[api.location.type]],
- [[location]]) location_type;])[
-
- /// Syntax errors thrown from user actions.
- struct syntax_error : std::runtime_error
- {
- syntax_error (]b4_locations_if([const location_type& l, ])[const std::string& m);]b4_locations_if([
- location_type location;])[
- };
-
- /// Tokens.
- struct token
- {
- ]b4_token_enums[
- };
-
- /// (External) token type, as returned by yylex.
- typedef token::yytokentype token_type;
-
- /// Internal symbol number.
- typedef int symbol_number_type;
-
- /// Internal symbol number for tokens (subsumed by symbol_number_type).
- typedef ]b4_int_type_for([b4_translate])[ token_number_type;
-
- /// A complete symbol.
- ///
- /// Expects its Base type to provide access to the symbol type
- /// via type_get().
- ///
- /// Provide access to semantic value]b4_locations_if([ and location])[.
- template <typename Base>
- struct basic_symbol : Base
- {
- /// Alias to Base.
- typedef Base super_type;
-
- /// Default constructor.
- basic_symbol ();
-
- /// Copy constructor.
- basic_symbol (const basic_symbol& other);
-]b4_variant_if([[
- /// Constructor for valueless symbols, and symbols from each type.
-]b4_type_foreach([b4_basic_symbol_constructor_declare])], [[
- /// Constructor for valueless symbols.
- basic_symbol (typename Base::kind_type t]b4_locations_if([,
- const location_type& l])[);]])[
-
- /// Constructor for symbols with semantic value.
- basic_symbol (typename Base::kind_type t,
- const semantic_type& v]b4_locations_if([,
- const location_type& l])[);
-
- ~basic_symbol ();
-
- /// Destructive move, \a s is emptied into this.
- void move (basic_symbol& s);
-
- /// The semantic value.
- semantic_type value;]b4_locations_if([
-
- /// The location.
- location_type location;])[
-
- private:
- /// Assignment operator.
- basic_symbol& operator= (const basic_symbol& other);
- };
-
- /// Type access provider for token (enum) based symbols.
- struct by_type
- {
- /// Default constructor.
- by_type ();
-
- /// Copy constructor.
- by_type (const by_type& other);
-
- /// The symbol type as needed by the constructor.
- typedef token_type kind_type;
-
- /// Constructor from (external) token numbers.
- by_type (kind_type t);
-
- /// Steal the symbol type from \a that.
- void move (by_type& that);
-
- /// The (internal) type number (corresponding to \a type).
- /// -1 when this symbol is empty.
- symbol_number_type type_get () const;
-
- /// The token.
- token_type token () const;
-
- enum { empty = 0 };
-
- /// The symbol type.
- /// -1 when this symbol is empty.
- token_number_type type;
- };
-
- /// "External" symbols: returned by the scanner.
- typedef basic_symbol<by_type> symbol_type;
-
-]b4_symbol_constructor_declare])
-
-
-# b4_public_types_define
-# ----------------------
-# Provide the implementation needed by the public types.
-m4_define([b4_public_types_define],
-[[ inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::syntax_error::syntax_error (]b4_locations_if([const location_type& l, ])[const std::string& m)
- : std::runtime_error (m)]b4_locations_if([
- , location (l)])[
- {}
-
- // basic_symbol.
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::basic_symbol ()
- : value ()
- {}
-
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::basic_symbol (const basic_symbol& other)
- : Base (other)
- , value ()]b4_locations_if([
- , location (other.location)])[
- {
- ]b4_variant_if([b4_symbol_variant([other.type_get ()], [value], [copy],
- [other.value])],
- [value = other.value;])[
- }
-
-
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::basic_symbol (]b4_join(
- [typename Base::kind_type t],
- [const semantic_type& v],
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l]))[)
- : Base (t)
- , value (]b4_variant_if([], [v])[)]b4_locations_if([
- , location (l)])[
- {]b4_variant_if([[
- (void) v;
- ]b4_symbol_variant([this->type_get ()], [value], [copy], [v])])[}
-
-]b4_variant_if([[
- // Implementation of basic_symbol constructor for each type.
-]b4_type_foreach([b4_basic_symbol_constructor_define])], [[
- /// Constructor for valueless symbols.
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::basic_symbol (]b4_join(
- [typename Base::kind_type t],
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l]))[)
- : Base (t)
- , value ()]b4_locations_if([
- , location (l)])[
- {}]])[
-
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::~basic_symbol ()
- {]b4_variant_if([[
- // User destructor.
- symbol_number_type yytype = this->type_get ();
- switch (yytype)
- {
-]b4_symbol_foreach([b4_symbol_destructor])dnl
-[ default:
- break;
- }
-
- // Type destructor.
- ]b4_symbol_variant([[yytype]], [[value]], [[template destroy]])])[
- }
-
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::move (basic_symbol& s)
- {
- super_type::move(s);
- ]b4_variant_if([b4_symbol_variant([this->type_get ()], [value], [move],
- [s.value])],
- [value = s.value;])[]b4_locations_if([
- location = s.location;])[
- }
-
- // by_type.
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::by_type ()
- : type (empty)
- {}
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::by_type (const by_type& other)
- : type (other.type)
- {}
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::by_type (token_type t)
- : type (yytranslate_ (t))
- {}
-
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::move (by_type& that)
- {
- type = that.type;
- that.type = empty;
- }
-
- inline
- int
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::type_get () const
- {
- return type;
- }
-]b4_token_ctor_if([[
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::token_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_type::token () const
- {
- // YYTOKNUM[NUM] -- (External) token number corresponding to the
- // (internal) symbol number NUM (which must be that of a token). */
- static
- const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_toknum])[
- yytoken_number_[] =
- {
- ]b4_toknum[
- };
- return static_cast<token_type> (yytoken_number_[type]);
- }
-]])[]dnl
-b4_symbol_constructor_define])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_constructor_declare
-# b4_symbol_constructor_define
-# -----------------------------
-# Declare/define symbol constructors for all the value types.
-# Use at class-level. Redefined in variant.hh.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_declare], [])
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_define], [])
-
-
-# b4_yytranslate_define
-# ---------------------
-# Define yytranslate_. Sometimes used in the header file,
-# sometimes in the cc file.
-m4_define([b4_yytranslate_define],
-[[ // Symbol number corresponding to token number t.
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::token_number_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yytranslate_ (]b4_token_ctor_if([token_type],
- [int])[ t)
- {
- static
- const token_number_type
- translate_table[] =
- {
-]b4_translate[
- };
- const unsigned int user_token_number_max_ = ]b4_user_token_number_max[;
- const token_number_type undef_token_ = ]b4_undef_token_number[;
-
- if (static_cast<int>(t) <= yyeof_)
- return yyeof_;
- else if (static_cast<unsigned int> (t) <= user_token_number_max_)
- return translate_table[t];
- else
- return undef_token_;
- }
-]])
-
-
-# b4_lhs_value([TYPE])
-# --------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_value],
-[b4_symbol_value([yyval], [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_value(RULE-LENGTH, NUM, [TYPE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH
-# symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_value],
-[b4_symbol_value([yysemantic_stack_@{($1) - ($2)@}], [$3])])
-
-
-# b4_lhs_location()
-# -----------------
-# Expansion of @$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_location],
-[(yyloc)])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_location(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Expansion of @NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols
-# on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_location],
-[(yylocation_stack_@{($1) - ($2)@})])
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_decl
-# -------------------
-# Extra formal arguments of the constructor.
-# Change the parameter names from "foo" into "foo_yyarg", so that
-# there is no collision bw the user chosen attribute name, and the
-# argument name in the constructor.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_decl],
-[m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [m4_map_sep([b4_parse_param_decl_1], [, ], [b4_parse_param])])])
-
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_decl_1],
-[$1_yyarg])
-
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_cons
-# -------------------
-# Extra initialisations of the constructor.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_cons],
- [m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [
- b4_cc_constructor_calls(b4_parse_param)])])
-m4_define([b4_cc_constructor_calls],
- [m4_map_sep([b4_cc_constructor_call], [,
- ], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_cc_constructor_call],
- [$2 ($2_yyarg)])
-
-# b4_parse_param_vars
-# -------------------
-# Extra instance variables.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_vars],
- [m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [
- // User arguments.
-b4_cc_var_decls(b4_parse_param)])])
-m4_define([b4_cc_var_decls],
- [m4_map_sep([b4_cc_var_decl], [
-], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_cc_var_decl],
- [ $1;])
-
-
-## ---------##
-## Values. ##
-## ---------##
-
-# b4_yylloc_default_define
-# ------------------------
-# Define YYLLOC_DEFAULT.
-m4_define([b4_yylloc_default_define],
-[[/* YYLLOC_DEFAULT -- Set CURRENT to span from RHS[1] to RHS[N].
- If N is 0, then set CURRENT to the empty location which ends
- the previous symbol: RHS[0] (always defined). */
-
-# ifndef YYLLOC_DEFAULT
-# define YYLLOC_DEFAULT(Current, Rhs, N) \
- do \
- if (N) \
- { \
- (Current).begin = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 1).begin; \
- (Current).end = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, N).end; \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- (Current).begin = (Current).end = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 0).end; \
- } \
- while (/*CONSTCOND*/ false)
-# endif
-]])
-
-## -------- ##
-## Checks. ##
-## -------- ##
-
-b4_token_ctor_if([b4_variant_if([],
- [b4_fatal_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc(api.token.constructor),
- [cannot use '%s' without '%s'],
- [%define api.token.constructor],
- [%define api.value.type variant]))])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-like.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-like.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index eb06de2a..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-like.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,65 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# Common code for C-like languages (C, C++, Java, etc.)
-
-# Copyright (C) 2012-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-# b4_comment_(TEXT, OPEN, CONTINUE, END)
-# --------------------------------------
-# Put TEXT in comment. Avoid trailing spaces: don't indent empty lines.
-# Avoid adding indentation to the first line, as the indentation comes
-# from OPEN. That's why we don't patsubst([$1], [^\(.\)], [ \1]).
-#
-# Prefix all the output lines with PREFIX.
-m4_define([b4_comment_],
-[$2[]m4_bpatsubst(m4_expand([[$1]]), [
-\(.\)], [
-$3\1])$4])
-
-
-# b4_comment(TEXT, [PREFIX])
-# --------------------------
-# Put TEXT in comment. Prefix all the output lines with PREFIX.
-m4_define([b4_comment],
-[b4_comment_([$1], [$2/* ], [$2 ], [ */])])
-
-
-
-
-# b4_dollar_dollar_(VALUE, FIELD, DEFAULT-FIELD)
-# ----------------------------------------------
-# If FIELD (or DEFAULT-FIELD) is non-null, return "VALUE.FIELD",
-# otherwise just VALUE. Be sure to pass "(VALUE)" is VALUE is a
-# pointer.
-m4_define([b4_dollar_dollar_],
-[b4_symbol_value([$1],
- m4_if([$2], [[]],
- [[$3]], [[$2]]))])
-
-# b4_dollar_pushdef(VALUE-POINTER, DEFAULT-FIELD, LOCATION)
-# b4_dollar_popdef
-# ---------------------------------------------------------
-# Define b4_dollar_dollar for VALUE and DEFAULT-FIELD,
-# and b4_at_dollar for LOCATION.
-m4_define([b4_dollar_pushdef],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_dollar_dollar],
- [b4_dollar_dollar_([$1], m4_dquote($][1), [$2])])dnl
-m4_pushdef([b4_at_dollar], [$3])dnl
-])
-m4_define([b4_dollar_popdef],
-[m4_popdef([b4_at_dollar])dnl
-m4_popdef([b4_dollar_dollar])dnl
-])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-skel.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-skel.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index 36904aaf..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c-skel.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# C skeleton dispatching for Bison.
-
-# Copyright (C) 2006-2007, 2009-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-b4_glr_if( [m4_define([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[glr.c]])])
-b4_nondeterministic_if([m4_define([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[glr.c]])])
-
-m4_define_default([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[yacc.c]])
-m4_define_default([b4_skeleton], ["b4_basename(b4_used_skeleton)"])
-
-m4_include(b4_used_skeleton)
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/c.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index b1b43948..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/c.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,839 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# C M4 Macros for Bison.
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002, 2004-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c-like.m4])
-
-# b4_tocpp(STRING)
-# ----------------
-# Convert STRING into a valid C macro name.
-m4_define([b4_tocpp],
-[m4_toupper(m4_bpatsubst(m4_quote($1), [[^a-zA-Z0-9]+], [_]))])
-
-
-# b4_cpp_guard(FILE)
-# ------------------
-# A valid C macro name to use as a CPP header guard for FILE.
-m4_define([b4_cpp_guard],
-[[YY_]b4_tocpp(m4_defn([b4_prefix])/[$1])[_INCLUDED]])
-
-
-# b4_cpp_guard_open(FILE)
-# b4_cpp_guard_close(FILE)
-# ------------------------
-# If FILE does not expand to nothing, open/close CPP inclusion guards for FILE.
-m4_define([b4_cpp_guard_open],
-[m4_ifval(m4_quote($1),
-[#ifndef b4_cpp_guard([$1])
-# define b4_cpp_guard([$1])])])
-
-m4_define([b4_cpp_guard_close],
-[m4_ifval(m4_quote($1),
-[#endif b4_comment([!b4_cpp_guard([$1])])])])
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Identification. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# b4_identification
-# -----------------
-# Depends on individual skeletons to define b4_pure_flag, b4_push_flag, or
-# b4_pull_flag if they use the values of the %define variables api.pure or
-# api.push-pull.
-m4_define([b4_identification],
-[[/* Identify Bison output. */
-#define YYBISON 1
-
-/* Bison version. */
-#define YYBISON_VERSION "]b4_version["
-
-/* Skeleton name. */
-#define YYSKELETON_NAME ]b4_skeleton[]m4_ifdef([b4_pure_flag], [[
-
-/* Pure parsers. */
-#define YYPURE ]b4_pure_flag])[]m4_ifdef([b4_push_flag], [[
-
-/* Push parsers. */
-#define YYPUSH ]b4_push_flag])[]m4_ifdef([b4_pull_flag], [[
-
-/* Pull parsers. */
-#define YYPULL ]b4_pull_flag])[
-]])
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# b4_api_prefix, b4_api_PREFIX
-# ----------------------------
-# Corresponds to %define api.prefix
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.prefix]], [[yy]])
-m4_define([b4_api_prefix],
-[b4_percent_define_get([[api.prefix]])])
-m4_define([b4_api_PREFIX],
-[m4_toupper(b4_api_prefix)])
-
-
-# b4_prefix
-# ---------
-# If the %name-prefix is not given, it is api.prefix.
-m4_define_default([b4_prefix], [b4_api_prefix])
-
-# If the %union is not named, its name is YYSTYPE.
-m4_define_default([b4_union_name], [b4_api_PREFIX[]STYPE])
-
-
-## ------------------------ ##
-## Pure/impure interfaces. ##
-## ------------------------ ##
-
-# b4_lex_formals
-# --------------
-# All the yylex formal arguments.
-# b4_lex_param arrives quoted twice, but we want to keep only one level.
-m4_define([b4_lex_formals],
-[b4_pure_if([[[[YYSTYPE *yylvalp]], [[&yylval]]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if([, [[YYLTYPE *yyllocp], [&yylloc]]])])dnl
-m4_ifdef([b4_lex_param], [, ]b4_lex_param)])
-
-
-# b4_lex
-# ------
-# Call yylex.
-m4_define([b4_lex],
-[b4_function_call([yylex], [int], b4_lex_formals)])
-
-
-# b4_user_args
-# ------------
-m4_define([b4_user_args],
-[m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_args(b4_parse_param)])])
-
-
-# b4_parse_param
-# --------------
-# If defined, b4_parse_param arrives double quoted, but below we prefer
-# it to be single quoted.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param],
-b4_parse_param)
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_for(DECL, FORMAL, BODY)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Iterate over the user parameters, binding the declaration to DECL,
-# the formal name to FORMAL, and evaluating the BODY.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_for],
-[m4_foreach([$1_$2], m4_defn([b4_parse_param]),
-[m4_pushdef([$1], m4_unquote(m4_car($1_$2)))dnl
-m4_pushdef([$2], m4_shift($1_$2))dnl
-$3[]dnl
-m4_popdef([$2])dnl
-m4_popdef([$1])dnl
-])])
-
-# b4_parse_param_use([VAL], [LOC])
-# --------------------------------
-# 'YYUSE' VAL, LOC if locations are enabled, and all the parse-params.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_use],
-[m4_ifvaln([$1], [ YYUSE ([$1]);])dnl
-b4_locations_if([m4_ifvaln([$2], [ YYUSE ([$2]);])])dnl
-b4_parse_param_for([Decl], [Formal], [ YYUSE (Formal);
-])dnl
-])
-
-
-## ------------ ##
-## Data Types. ##
-## ------------ ##
-
-# b4_int_type(MIN, MAX)
-# ---------------------
-# Return the smallest int type able to handle numbers ranging from
-# MIN to MAX (included).
-m4_define([b4_int_type],
-[m4_if(b4_ints_in($@, [0], [255]), [1], [unsigned char],
- b4_ints_in($@, [-128], [127]), [1], [signed char],
-
- b4_ints_in($@, [0], [65535]), [1], [unsigned short int],
- b4_ints_in($@, [-32768], [32767]), [1], [short int],
-
- m4_eval([0 <= $1]), [1], [unsigned int],
-
- [int])])
-
-
-# b4_int_type_for(NAME)
-# ---------------------
-# Return the smallest int type able to handle numbers ranging from
-# 'NAME_min' to 'NAME_max' (included).
-m4_define([b4_int_type_for],
-[b4_int_type($1_min, $1_max)])
-
-
-# b4_table_value_equals(TABLE, VALUE, LITERAL)
-# --------------------------------------------
-# Without inducing a comparison warning from the compiler, check if the
-# literal value LITERAL equals VALUE from table TABLE, which must have
-# TABLE_min and TABLE_max defined.
-m4_define([b4_table_value_equals],
-[m4_if(m4_eval($3 < m4_indir([b4_]$1[_min])
- || m4_indir([b4_]$1[_max]) < $3), [1],
- [[0]],
- [(!!(($2) == ($3)))])])
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Compiler issues. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-# b4_attribute_define
-# -------------------
-# Provide portability for __attribute__.
-m4_define([b4_attribute_define],
-[#ifndef __attribute__
-/* This feature is available in gcc versions 2.5 and later. */
-# if (! defined __GNUC__ || __GNUC__ < 2 \
- || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 5))
-# define __attribute__(Spec) /* empty */
-# endif
-#endif
-
-/* Suppress unused-variable warnings by "using" E. */
-#if ! defined lint || defined __GNUC__
-# define YYUSE(E) ((void) (E))
-#else
-# define YYUSE(E) /* empty */
-#endif
-
-#if defined __GNUC__ && 407 <= __GNUC__ * 100 + __GNUC_MINOR__
-/* Suppress an incorrect diagnostic about yylval being uninitialized. */
-# define YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN \
- _Pragma ("GCC diagnostic push") \
- _Pragma ("GCC diagnostic ignored \"-Wuninitialized\"")\
- _Pragma ("GCC diagnostic ignored \"-Wmaybe-uninitialized\"")
-# define YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_END \
- _Pragma ("GCC diagnostic pop")
-#else
-# define YY_INITIAL_VALUE(Value) Value
-#endif
-#ifndef YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN
-# define YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN
-# define YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_END
-#endif
-#ifndef YY_INITIAL_VALUE
-# define YY_INITIAL_VALUE(Value) /* Nothing. */
-#endif
-])
-
-
-## ---------##
-## Values. ##
-## ---------##
-
-
-# b4_null_define
-# --------------
-# Portability issues: define a YY_NULL appropriate for the current
-# language (C, C++98, or C++11).
-m4_define([b4_null_define],
-[# ifndef YY_NULL
-# if defined __cplusplus && 201103L <= __cplusplus
-# define YY_NULL nullptr
-# else
-# define YY_NULL 0
-# endif
-# endif[]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_null
-# -------
-# Return a null pointer constant.
-m4_define([b4_null], [YY_NULL])
-
-# b4_integral_parser_table_define(TABLE-NAME, CONTENT, COMMENT)
-# -------------------------------------------------------------
-# Define "yy<TABLE-NAME>" whose contents is CONTENT.
-m4_define([b4_integral_parser_table_define],
-[m4_ifvaln([$3], [b4_comment([$3], [ ])])dnl
-static const b4_int_type_for([$2]) yy$1[[]] =
-{
- $2
-};dnl
-])
-
-
-## ------------------------- ##
-## Assigning token numbers. ##
-## ------------------------- ##
-
-# b4_token_define(TOKEN-NUM)
-# --------------------------
-# Output the definition of this token as #define.
-m4_define([b4_token_define],
-[b4_token_format([#define %s %s], [$1])])
-
-# b4_token_defines
-# ----------------
-# Output the definition of the tokens.
-m4_define([b4_token_defines],
-[b4_any_token_visible_if([/* Tokens. */
-m4_join([
-], b4_symbol_map([b4_token_define]))
-])])
-
-
-# b4_token_enum(TOKEN-NUM)
-# ------------------------
-# Output the definition of this token as an enum.
-m4_define([b4_token_enum],
-[b4_token_format([%s = %s], [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_token_enums
-# --------------
-# Output the definition of the tokens (if there are) as enums.
-m4_define([b4_token_enums],
-[b4_any_token_visible_if([[/* Token type. */
-#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[TOKENTYPE
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[TOKENTYPE
- enum ]b4_api_prefix[tokentype
- {
- ]m4_join([,
- ],
- b4_symbol_map([b4_token_enum]))[
- };
-#endif
-]])])
-
-
-# b4_token_enums_defines
-# ----------------------
-# Output the definition of the tokens (if there are any) as enums and,
-# if POSIX Yacc is enabled, as #defines.
-m4_define([b4_token_enums_defines],
-[b4_token_enums[]b4_yacc_if([b4_token_defines])])
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Semantic Values. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_symbol_value(VAL, [TYPE])
-# ----------------------------
-# Given a semantic value VAL ($$, $1 etc.), extract its value of type
-# TYPE if TYPE is given, otherwise just return VAL. The result can be
-# used safetly, it is put in parens to avoid nasty precedence issues.
-# TYPE is *not* put in braces, provide some if needed.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_value],
-[($1[]m4_ifval([$2], [.$2]))])
-
-
-
-## ---------------------- ##
-## Defining C functions. ##
-## ---------------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_function_define(NAME, RETURN-VALUE, [DECL1, NAME1], ...)
-# -----------------------------------------------------------
-# Declare the function NAME in C.
-m4_define([b4_function_define],
-[$2
-$1 (b4_formals(m4_shift2($@)))[]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_formals([DECL1, NAME1], ...)
-# -------------------------------
-# The formal arguments of a C function definition.
-m4_define([b4_formals],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [void],
- [$#$1], [1], [void],
- [m4_map_sep([b4_formal], [, ], [$@])])])
-
-m4_define([b4_formal],
-[$1])
-
-
-
-## ----------------------- ##
-## Declaring C functions. ##
-## ----------------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_function_declare(NAME, RETURN-VALUE, [DECL1, NAME1], ...)
-# ------------------------------------------------------------
-# Declare the function NAME.
-m4_define([b4_function_declare],
-[$2 $1 (b4_formals(m4_shift2($@)));[]dnl
-])
-
-
-
-
-## --------------------- ##
-## Calling C functions. ##
-## --------------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_function_call(NAME, RETURN-VALUE, [DECL1, NAME1], ...)
-# -----------------------------------------------------------
-# Call the function NAME with arguments NAME1, NAME2 etc.
-m4_define([b4_function_call],
-[$1 (b4_args(m4_shift2($@)))[]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_args([DECL1, NAME1], ...)
-# ----------------------------
-# Output the arguments NAME1, NAME2...
-m4_define([b4_args],
-[m4_map_sep([b4_arg], [, ], [$@])])
-
-m4_define([b4_arg],
-[$2])
-
-
-## ----------- ##
-## Synclines. ##
-## ----------- ##
-
-# b4_sync_start(LINE, FILE)
-# -------------------------
-m4_define([b4_sync_start], [[#]line $1 $2])
-
-
-## -------------- ##
-## User actions. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-# b4_case(LABEL, STATEMENTS)
-# --------------------------
-m4_define([b4_case],
-[ case $1:
-$2
-b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])
- break;])
-
-
-# b4_predicate_case(LABEL, CONDITIONS)
-# ------------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_predicate_case],
-[ case $1:
- if (! ($2)) YYERROR;
-b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])
- break;])
-
-
-# b4_yydestruct_define
-# --------------------
-# Define the "yydestruct" function.
-m4_define_default([b4_yydestruct_define],
-[[/*-----------------------------------------------.
-| Release the memory associated to this symbol. |
-`-----------------------------------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yydestruct],
- [static void],
- [[const char *yymsg], [yymsg]],
- [[int yytype], [yytype]],
- [[YYSTYPE *yyvaluep], [yyvaluep]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if( [, [[YYLTYPE *yylocationp], [yylocationp]]])[]dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_parse_param]))[
-{
-]b4_parse_param_use([yyvaluep], [yylocationp])dnl
-[ if (!yymsg)
- yymsg = "Deleting";
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT (yymsg, yytype, yyvaluep, yylocationp);
-
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN
- ]b4_symbol_actions([destructor])[
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_END
-}]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_yy_symbol_print_define
-# -------------------------
-# Define the "yy_symbol_print" function.
-m4_define_default([b4_yy_symbol_print_define],
-[[
-/*----------------------------------------.
-| Print this symbol's value on YYOUTPUT. |
-`----------------------------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yy_symbol_value_print],
- [static void],
- [[FILE *yyoutput], [yyoutput]],
- [[int yytype], [yytype]],
- [[YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep], [yyvaluep]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if([, [[YYLTYPE const * const yylocationp], [yylocationp]]])[]dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_parse_param]))[
-{
- FILE *yyo = yyoutput;
-]b4_parse_param_use([yyo], [yylocationp])dnl
-[ if (!yyvaluep)
- return;]
-dnl glr.c does not feature yytoknum.
-m4_if(b4_skeleton, ["yacc.c"],
-[[# ifdef YYPRINT
- if (yytype < YYNTOKENS)
- YYPRINT (yyoutput, yytoknum[yytype], *yyvaluep);
-# endif
-]])dnl
- b4_symbol_actions([printer])[
-}
-
-
-/*--------------------------------.
-| Print this symbol on YYOUTPUT. |
-`--------------------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yy_symbol_print],
- [static void],
- [[FILE *yyoutput], [yyoutput]],
- [[int yytype], [yytype]],
- [[YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep], [yyvaluep]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if([, [[YYLTYPE const * const yylocationp], [yylocationp]]])[]dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_parse_param]))[
-{
- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, "%s %s (",
- yytype < YYNTOKENS ? "token" : "nterm", yytname[yytype]);
-
-]b4_locations_if([ YY_LOCATION_PRINT (yyoutput, *yylocationp);
- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, ": ");
-])dnl
-[ yy_symbol_value_print (yyoutput, yytype, yyvaluep]dnl
-b4_locations_if([, yylocationp])[]b4_user_args[);
- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, ")");
-}]dnl
-])
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## api.value.type. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-
-# ---------------------- #
-# api.value.type=union. #
-# ---------------------- #
-
-# b4_symbol_type_register(SYMBOL-NUM)
-# -----------------------------------
-# Symbol SYMBOL-NUM has a type (for variant) instead of a type-tag.
-# Extend the definition of %union's body with a field of that type,
-# and extend the symbol's "type" field to point to the field name,
-# instead of the type name.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_type_register],
-[m4_define([b4_symbol($1, type_tag)],
- [b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_id],
- [b4_symbol([$1], [id])],
- [yytype_[]b4_symbol([$1], [number])])])dnl
-m4_append([b4_user_union_members],
-m4_expand([
- b4_symbol_tag_comment([$1])dnl
- b4_symbol([$1], [type]) b4_symbol([$1], [type_tag]);]))
-])
-
-
-# b4_type_define_tag(SYMBOL1-NUM, ...)
-# ------------------------------------
-# For the batch of symbols SYMBOL1-NUM... (which all have the same
-# type), enhance the %union definition for each of them, and set
-# there "type" field to the field tag name, instead of the type name.
-m4_define([b4_type_define_tag],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
- [m4_map([b4_symbol_type_register], [$@])])
-])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_value_union(VAL, [TYPE])
-# ----------------------------------
-# Same of b4_symbol_value, but when api.value.type=union.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_value_union],
-[m4_ifval([$2],
- [(*($2*)(&$1))],
- [$1])])
-])
-
-
-# b4_value_type_setup_union
-# -------------------------
-# Setup support for api.value.type=union. Symbols are defined with a
-# type instead of a union member name: build the corresponding union,
-# and give the symbols their tag.
-m4_define([b4_value_type_setup_union],
-[m4_define([b4_union_members])
-b4_type_foreach([b4_type_define_tag])
-m4_copy_force([b4_symbol_value_union], [b4_symbol_value])
-])
-
-
-# ---------------- #
-# api.value.type. #
-# ---------------- #
-
-
-# b4_value_type_setup_variant
-# ---------------------------
-# Setup support for api.value.type=variant. By default, fail, specialized
-# by other skeletons.
-m4_define([b4_value_type_setup_variant],
-[b4_complain_at(b4_percent_define_get_loc([[api.value.type]]),
- [['%s' does not support '%s']],
- [b4_skeleton],
- [%define api.value.type variant])])
-
-
-# _b4_value_type_setup_keyword
-# ----------------------------
-# api.value.type is defined with a keyword/string syntax. Check if
-# that is properly defined, and prepare its use.
-m4_define([_b4_value_type_setup_keyword],
-[b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[api.value.type]],
- [[none]],
- [[union]],
- [[union-directive]],
- [[variant]],
- [[yystype]]]])dnl
-m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]]),
- [union], [b4_value_type_setup_union],
- [variant], [b4_value_type_setup_variant])])
-
-
-# b4_value_type_setup
-# -------------------
-# Check if api.value.type is properly defined, and possibly prepare
-# its use.
-b4_define_silent([b4_value_type_setup],
-[# Define default value.
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([[api.value.type]], [],
-[# %union => api.value.type=union-directive
-m4_ifdef([b4_union_members],
-[m4_define([b4_percent_define_kind(api.value.type)], [keyword])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define(api.value.type)], [union-directive])],
-[# no tag seen => api.value.type={int}
-m4_if(b4_tag_seen_flag, 0,
-[m4_define([b4_percent_define_kind(api.value.type)], [code])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define(api.value.type)], [int])],
-[# otherwise api.value.type=yystype
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_kind(api.value.type)], [keyword])
-m4_define([b4_percent_define(api.value.type)], [yystype])])])])
-
-# Set up.
-m4_bmatch(b4_percent_define_get_kind([[api.value.type]]),
- [keyword\|string], [_b4_value_type_setup_keyword])
-])
-
-
-## -------------- ##
-## Declarations. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_value_type_define
-# --------------------
-m4_define([b4_value_type_define],
-[b4_value_type_setup[]dnl
-/* Value type. */
-m4_bmatch(b4_percent_define_get_kind([[api.value.type]]),
-[code],
-[[#if ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE && ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_DECLARED
-typedef ]b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]])[ ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE;
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_TRIVIAL 1
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_DECLARED 1
-#endif
-]],
-[m4_bmatch(b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]]),
-[union\|union-directive],
-[[#if ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE && ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_DECLARED
-typedef union ]b4_union_name[ ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE;
-union ]b4_union_name[
-{
-]b4_user_union_members[
-};
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_TRIVIAL 1
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_DECLARED 1
-#endif
-]])])])
-
-
-# b4_location_type_define
-# -----------------------
-m4_define([b4_location_type_define],
-[[/* Location type. */
-#if ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE && ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_DECLARED
-typedef struct ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE;
-struct ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE
-{
- int first_line;
- int first_column;
- int last_line;
- int last_column;
-};
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_DECLARED 1
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL 1
-#endif
-]])
-
-
-# b4_declare_yylstype
-# -------------------
-# Declarations that might either go into the header (if --defines) or
-# in the parser body. Declare YYSTYPE/YYLTYPE, and yylval/yylloc.
-m4_define([b4_declare_yylstype],
-[b4_value_type_define[]b4_locations_if([
-b4_location_type_define])
-
-b4_pure_if([], [[extern ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE ]b4_prefix[lval;
-]b4_locations_if([[extern ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE ]b4_prefix[lloc;]])])[]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_YYDEBUG_define
-# -----------------
-m4_define([b4_YYDEBUG_define],
-[[/* Debug traces. */
-]m4_if(b4_api_prefix, [yy],
-[[#ifndef YYDEBUG
-# define YYDEBUG ]b4_parse_trace_if([1], [0])[
-#endif]],
-[[#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-# if defined YYDEBUG
-#if YYDEBUG
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG 1
-# else
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG 0
-# endif
-# else /* ! defined YYDEBUG */
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG ]b4_parse_trace_if([1], [0])[
-# endif /* ! defined YYDEBUG */
-#endif /* ! defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG */]])[]dnl
-])
-
-# b4_declare_yydebug
-# ------------------
-m4_define([b4_declare_yydebug],
-[b4_YYDEBUG_define[
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-extern int ]b4_prefix[debug;
-#endif][]dnl
-])
-
-# b4_yylloc_default_define
-# ------------------------
-# Define YYLLOC_DEFAULT.
-m4_define([b4_yylloc_default_define],
-[[/* YYLLOC_DEFAULT -- Set CURRENT to span from RHS[1] to RHS[N].
- If N is 0, then set CURRENT to the empty location which ends
- the previous symbol: RHS[0] (always defined). */
-
-#ifndef YYLLOC_DEFAULT
-# define YYLLOC_DEFAULT(Current, Rhs, N) \
- do \
- if (N) \
- { \
- (Current).first_line = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 1).first_line; \
- (Current).first_column = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 1).first_column; \
- (Current).last_line = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, N).last_line; \
- (Current).last_column = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, N).last_column; \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- (Current).first_line = (Current).last_line = \
- YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 0).last_line; \
- (Current).first_column = (Current).last_column = \
- YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 0).last_column; \
- } \
- while (0)
-#endif
-]])
-
-# b4_yy_location_print_define
-# ---------------------------
-# Define YY_LOCATION_PRINT.
-m4_define([b4_yy_location_print_define],
-[b4_locations_if([[
-/* YY_LOCATION_PRINT -- Print the location on the stream.
- This macro was not mandated originally: define only if we know
- we won't break user code: when these are the locations we know. */
-
-#ifndef YY_LOCATION_PRINT
-# if defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL && ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL
-
-/* Print *YYLOCP on YYO. Private, do not rely on its existence. */
-
-__attribute__((__unused__))
-]b4_function_define([yy_location_print_],
- [static unsigned],
- [[FILE *yyo], [yyo]],
- [[YYLTYPE const * const yylocp], [yylocp]])[
-{
- unsigned res = 0;
- int end_col = 0 != yylocp->last_column ? yylocp->last_column - 1 : 0;
- if (0 <= yylocp->first_line)
- {
- res += YYFPRINTF (yyo, "%d", yylocp->first_line);
- if (0 <= yylocp->first_column)
- res += YYFPRINTF (yyo, ".%d", yylocp->first_column);
- }
- if (0 <= yylocp->last_line)
- {
- if (yylocp->first_line < yylocp->last_line)
- {
- res += YYFPRINTF (yyo, "-%d", yylocp->last_line);
- if (0 <= end_col)
- res += YYFPRINTF (yyo, ".%d", end_col);
- }
- else if (0 <= end_col && yylocp->first_column < end_col)
- res += YYFPRINTF (yyo, "-%d", end_col);
- }
- return res;
- }
-
-# define YY_LOCATION_PRINT(File, Loc) \
- yy_location_print_ (File, &(Loc))
-
-# else
-# define YY_LOCATION_PRINT(File, Loc) ((void) 0)
-# endif
-#endif]],
-[[/* This macro is provided for backward compatibility. */
-#ifndef YY_LOCATION_PRINT
-# define YY_LOCATION_PRINT(File, Loc) ((void) 0)
-#endif]])
-])
-
-# b4_yyloc_default
-# ----------------
-# Expand to a possible default value for yylloc.
-m4_define([b4_yyloc_default],
-[[
-# if defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL && ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL
- = { ]m4_join([, ],
- m4_defn([b4_location_initial_line]),
- m4_defn([b4_location_initial_column]),
- m4_defn([b4_location_initial_line]),
- m4_defn([b4_location_initial_column]))[ }
-# endif
-]])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.c b/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.c
deleted file mode 100644
index ff70890f..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,2563 +0,0 @@
- -*- C -*-
-
-# GLR skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-
-# If we are loaded by glr.cc, do not override c++.m4 definitions by
-# those of c.m4.
-m4_if(b4_skeleton, ["glr.c"],
- [m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c.m4])])
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# Stack parameters.
-m4_define_default([b4_stack_depth_max], [10000])
-m4_define_default([b4_stack_depth_init], [200])
-
-
-
-## ------------------------ ##
-## Pure/impure interfaces. ##
-## ------------------------ ##
-
-b4_define_flag_if([pure])
-# If glr.cc is including this file and thus has already set b4_pure_flag,
-# do not change the value of b4_pure_flag, and do not record a use of api.pure.
-m4_ifndef([b4_pure_flag],
-[b4_percent_define_default([[api.pure]], [[false]])
- m4_define([b4_pure_flag],
- [b4_percent_define_flag_if([[api.pure]], [[1]], [[0]])])])
-
-# b4_user_formals
-# ---------------
-# The possible parse-params formal arguments preceded by a comma.
-#
-# This is not shared with yacc.c in c.m4 because GLR relies on ISO C
-# formal argument declarations.
-m4_define([b4_user_formals],
-[m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_formals(b4_parse_param)])])
-
-
-# b4_yyerror_args
-# ---------------
-# Optional effective arguments passed to yyerror: user args plus yylloc, and
-# a trailing comma.
-m4_define([b4_yyerror_args],
-[b4_pure_if([b4_locations_if([yylocp, ])])dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [b4_args(b4_parse_param), ])])
-
-
-# b4_lyyerror_args
-# ----------------
-# Same as above, but on the lookahead, hence &yylloc instead of yylocp.
-m4_define([b4_lyyerror_args],
-[b4_pure_if([b4_locations_if([&yylloc, ])])dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [b4_args(b4_parse_param), ])])
-
-
-# b4_pure_args
-# ------------
-# Same as b4_yyerror_args, but with a leading comma.
-m4_define([b4_pure_args],
-[b4_pure_if([b4_locations_if([, yylocp])])[]b4_user_args])
-
-
-# b4_lpure_args
-# -------------
-# Same as above, but on the lookahead, hence &yylloc instead of yylocp.
-m4_define([b4_lpure_args],
-[b4_pure_if([b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])])[]b4_user_args])
-
-
-
-# b4_pure_formals
-# ---------------
-# Arguments passed to yyerror: user formals plus yylocp with leading comma.
-m4_define([b4_pure_formals],
-[b4_pure_if([b4_locations_if([, YYLTYPE *yylocp])])[]b4_user_formals])
-
-
-# b4_locuser_formals(LOC = yylocp)
-# --------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_locuser_formals],
-[b4_locations_if([, YYLTYPE *m4_default([$1], [yylocp])])[]b4_user_formals])
-
-
-# b4_locuser_args(LOC = yylocp)
-# -----------------------------
-m4_define([b4_locuser_args],
-[b4_locations_if([, m4_default([$1], [yylocp])])[]b4_user_args])
-
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Semantic Values. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_lhs_value([TYPE])
-# --------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_value],
-[b4_symbol_value([(*yyvalp)], [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_data(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# -----------------------------
-# Expand to the semantic stack place that contains value and location
-# of symbol number NUM in a rule of length RULE-LENGTH.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_data],
-[((yyGLRStackItem const *)yyvsp)@{YYFILL (b4_subtract([$2], [$1]))@}.yystate])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_value(RULE-LENGTH, NUM, [TYPE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH
-# symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_value],
-[b4_symbol_value([b4_rhs_data([$1], [$2]).yysemantics.yysval], [$3])])
-
-
-
-## ----------- ##
-## Locations. ##
-## ----------- ##
-
-# b4_lhs_location()
-# -----------------
-# Expansion of @$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_location],
-[(*yylocp)])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_location(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Expansion of @NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols
-# on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_location],
-[(b4_rhs_data([$1], [$2]).yyloc)])
-
-
-## -------------- ##
-## Declarations. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-# b4_shared_declarations
-# ----------------------
-# Declaration that might either go into the header (if --defines)
-# or open coded in the parser body. glr.cc has its own definition.
-m4_if(b4_skeleton, ["glr.c"],
-[m4_define([b4_shared_declarations],
-[b4_declare_yydebug[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[requires]])[
-]b4_token_enums[
-]b4_declare_yylstype[
-]b4_function_declare(b4_prefix[parse], [int], b4_parse_param)[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[provides]])[]dnl
-])
-])
-
-## -------------- ##
-## Output files. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-b4_output_begin([b4_parser_file_name])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton implementation for Bison GLR parsers in C],
- [2002-2013])[
-
-/* C GLR parser skeleton written by Paul Hilfinger. */
-
-]b4_identification
-
-b4_percent_code_get([[top]])[
-]m4_if(b4_api_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the type names. */
-#define YYSTYPE ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE]b4_locations_if([[
-#define YYLTYPE ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE]])])[
-]m4_if(b4_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the variable and function names. */
-#define yyparse ]b4_prefix[parse
-#define yylex ]b4_prefix[lex
-#define yyerror ]b4_prefix[error
-#define yydebug ]b4_prefix[debug
-]]b4_pure_if([], [[
-#define yylval ]b4_prefix[lval
-#define yychar ]b4_prefix[char
-#define yynerrs ]b4_prefix[nerrs]b4_locations_if([[
-#define yylloc ]b4_prefix[lloc]])]))[
-
-/* First part of user declarations. */
-]b4_user_pre_prologue[
-
-]b4_null_define[
-
-]b4_defines_if([[#include "@basename(]b4_spec_defines_file[@)"]],
- [b4_shared_declarations])[
-
-/* Enabling verbose error messages. */
-#ifdef YYERROR_VERBOSE
-# undef YYERROR_VERBOSE
-# define YYERROR_VERBOSE 1
-#else
-# define YYERROR_VERBOSE ]b4_error_verbose_if([1], [0])[
-#endif
-
-/* Default (constant) value used for initialization for null
- right-hand sides. Unlike the standard yacc.c template, here we set
- the default value of $$ to a zeroed-out value. Since the default
- value is undefined, this behavior is technically correct. */
-static YYSTYPE yyval_default;]b4_locations_if([[
-static YYLTYPE yyloc_default][]b4_yyloc_default;])[
-
-/* Copy the second part of user declarations. */
-]b4_user_post_prologue
-b4_percent_code_get[]dnl
-
-[#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-
-#ifndef YY_
-# if defined YYENABLE_NLS && YYENABLE_NLS
-# if ENABLE_NLS
-# include <libintl.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# define YY_(Msgid) dgettext ("bison-runtime", Msgid)
-# endif
-# endif
-# ifndef YY_
-# define YY_(Msgid) Msgid
-# endif
-#endif
-
-#ifndef YYFREE
-# define YYFREE free
-#endif
-#ifndef YYMALLOC
-# define YYMALLOC malloc
-#endif
-#ifndef YYREALLOC
-# define YYREALLOC realloc
-#endif
-
-#define YYSIZEMAX ((size_t) -1)
-
-#ifdef __cplusplus
- typedef bool yybool;
-#else
- typedef unsigned char yybool;
-#endif
-#define yytrue 1
-#define yyfalse 0
-
-#ifndef YYSETJMP
-# include <setjmp.h>
-# define YYJMP_BUF jmp_buf
-# define YYSETJMP(Env) setjmp (Env)
-/* Pacify clang. */
-# define YYLONGJMP(Env, Val) (longjmp (Env, Val), YYASSERT (0))
-#endif
-
-]b4_attribute_define[
-
-#ifndef YYASSERT
-# define YYASSERT(Condition) ((void) ((Condition) || (abort (), 0)))
-#endif
-
-/* YYFINAL -- State number of the termination state. */
-#define YYFINAL ]b4_final_state_number[
-/* YYLAST -- Last index in YYTABLE. */
-#define YYLAST ]b4_last[
-
-/* YYNTOKENS -- Number of terminals. */
-#define YYNTOKENS ]b4_tokens_number[
-/* YYNNTS -- Number of nonterminals. */
-#define YYNNTS ]b4_nterms_number[
-/* YYNRULES -- Number of rules. */
-#define YYNRULES ]b4_rules_number[
-/* YYNRULES -- Number of states. */
-#define YYNSTATES ]b4_states_number[
-/* YYMAXRHS -- Maximum number of symbols on right-hand side of rule. */
-#define YYMAXRHS ]b4_r2_max[
-/* YYMAXLEFT -- Maximum number of symbols to the left of a handle
- accessed by $0, $-1, etc., in any rule. */
-#define YYMAXLEFT ]b4_max_left_semantic_context[
-
-/* YYTRANSLATE(X) -- Bison symbol number corresponding to X. */
-#define YYUNDEFTOK ]b4_undef_token_number[
-#define YYMAXUTOK ]b4_user_token_number_max[
-
-#define YYTRANSLATE(YYX) \
- ((unsigned int) (YYX) <= YYMAXUTOK ? yytranslate[YYX] : YYUNDEFTOK)
-
-/* YYTRANSLATE[YYLEX] -- Bison symbol number corresponding to YYLEX. */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_translate])[ yytranslate[] =
-{
- ]b4_translate[
-};
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-/* YYRLINE[YYN] -- source line where rule number YYN was defined. */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_rline])[ yyrline[] =
-{
- ]b4_rline[
-};
-#endif
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG || YYERROR_VERBOSE || ]b4_token_table_flag[
-/* YYTNAME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
- First, the terminals, then, starting at YYNTOKENS, nonterminals. */
-static const char *const yytname[] =
-{
- ]b4_tname[
-};
-#endif
-
-#define YYPACT_NINF ]b4_pact_ninf[
-#define YYTABLE_NINF ]b4_table_ninf[
-
-]b4_parser_tables_define[
-
-/* YYDPREC[RULE-NUM] -- Dynamic precedence of rule #RULE-NUM (0 if none). */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_dprec])[ yydprec[] =
-{
- ]b4_dprec[
-};
-
-/* YYMERGER[RULE-NUM] -- Index of merging function for rule #RULE-NUM. */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_merger])[ yymerger[] =
-{
- ]b4_merger[
-};
-
-/* YYIMMEDIATE[RULE-NUM] -- True iff rule #RULE-NUM is not to be deferred, as
- in the case of predicates. */
-static const yybool yyimmediate[] =
-{
- ]b4_immediate[
-};
-
-/* YYCONFLP[YYPACT[STATE-NUM]] -- Pointer into YYCONFL of start of
- list of conflicting reductions corresponding to action entry for
- state STATE-NUM in yytable. 0 means no conflicts. The list in
- yyconfl is terminated by a rule number of 0. */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_conflict_list_heads])[ yyconflp[] =
-{
- ]b4_conflict_list_heads[
-};
-
-/* YYCONFL[I] -- lists of conflicting rule numbers, each terminated by
- 0, pointed into by YYCONFLP. */
-]dnl Do not use b4_int_type_for here, since there are places where
-dnl pointers onto yyconfl are taken, whose type is "short int *".
-dnl We probably ought to introduce a type for confl.
-[static const short int yyconfl[] =
-{
- ]b4_conflicting_rules[
-};
-
-/* Error token number */
-#define YYTERROR 1
-
-]b4_locations_if([[
-]b4_yylloc_default_define[
-# define YYRHSLOC(Rhs, K) ((Rhs)[K].yystate.yyloc)
-]])[
-
-]b4_pure_if(
-[
-#undef yynerrs
-#define yynerrs (yystackp->yyerrcnt)
-#undef yychar
-#define yychar (yystackp->yyrawchar)
-#undef yylval
-#define yylval (yystackp->yyval)
-#undef yylloc
-#define yylloc (yystackp->yyloc)
-m4_if(b4_prefix[], [yy], [],
-[#define b4_prefix[]nerrs yynerrs
-#define b4_prefix[]char yychar
-#define b4_prefix[]lval yylval
-#define b4_prefix[]lloc yylloc])],
-[YYSTYPE yylval;]b4_locations_if([[
-YYLTYPE yylloc;]])[
-
-int yynerrs;
-int yychar;])[
-
-static const int YYEOF = 0;
-static const int YYEMPTY = -2;
-
-typedef enum { yyok, yyaccept, yyabort, yyerr } YYRESULTTAG;
-
-#define YYCHK(YYE) \
- do { \
- YYRESULTTAG yychk_flag = YYE; \
- if (yychk_flag != yyok) \
- return yychk_flag; \
- } while (0)
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-# ifndef YYFPRINTF
-# define YYFPRINTF fprintf
-# endif
-
-]b4_yy_location_print_define[
-
-# define YYDPRINTF(Args) \
- do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- YYFPRINTF Args; \
- } while (0)
-
-]b4_yy_symbol_print_define[
-
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location) \
- do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- { \
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s ", Title); \
- yy_symbol_print (stderr, Type, Value]b4_locuser_args([Location])[); \
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n"); \
- } \
- } while (0)
-
-/* Nonzero means print parse trace. It is left uninitialized so that
- multiple parsers can coexist. */
-int yydebug;
-
-struct yyGLRStack;
-static void yypstack (struct yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk)
- __attribute__ ((__unused__));
-static void yypdumpstack (struct yyGLRStack* yystackp)
- __attribute__ ((__unused__));
-
-#else /* !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG */
-
-# define YYDPRINTF(Args)
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location)
-
-#endif /* !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG */
-
-/* YYINITDEPTH -- initial size of the parser's stacks. */
-#ifndef YYINITDEPTH
-# define YYINITDEPTH ]b4_stack_depth_init[
-#endif
-
-/* YYMAXDEPTH -- maximum size the stacks can grow to (effective only
- if the built-in stack extension method is used).
-
- Do not make this value too large; the results are undefined if
- SIZE_MAX < YYMAXDEPTH * sizeof (GLRStackItem)
- evaluated with infinite-precision integer arithmetic. */
-
-#ifndef YYMAXDEPTH
-# define YYMAXDEPTH ]b4_stack_depth_max[
-#endif
-
-/* Minimum number of free items on the stack allowed after an
- allocation. This is to allow allocation and initialization
- to be completed by functions that call yyexpandGLRStack before the
- stack is expanded, thus insuring that all necessary pointers get
- properly redirected to new data. */
-#define YYHEADROOM 2
-
-#ifndef YYSTACKEXPANDABLE
-# define YYSTACKEXPANDABLE 1
-#endif
-
-#if YYSTACKEXPANDABLE
-# define YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK(Yystack) \
- do { \
- if (Yystack->yyspaceLeft < YYHEADROOM) \
- yyexpandGLRStack (Yystack); \
- } while (0)
-#else
-# define YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK(Yystack) \
- do { \
- if (Yystack->yyspaceLeft < YYHEADROOM) \
- yyMemoryExhausted (Yystack); \
- } while (0)
-#endif
-
-
-#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
-
-# ifndef yystpcpy
-# if defined __GLIBC__ && defined _STRING_H && defined _GNU_SOURCE
-# define yystpcpy stpcpy
-# else
-/* Copy YYSRC to YYDEST, returning the address of the terminating '\0' in
- YYDEST. */
-static char *
-yystpcpy (char *yydest, const char *yysrc)
-{
- char *yyd = yydest;
- const char *yys = yysrc;
-
- while ((*yyd++ = *yys++) != '\0')
- continue;
-
- return yyd - 1;
-}
-# endif
-# endif
-
-# ifndef yytnamerr
-/* Copy to YYRES the contents of YYSTR after stripping away unnecessary
- quotes and backslashes, so that it's suitable for yyerror. The
- heuristic is that double-quoting is unnecessary unless the string
- contains an apostrophe, a comma, or backslash (other than
- backslash-backslash). YYSTR is taken from yytname. If YYRES is
- null, do not copy; instead, return the length of what the result
- would have been. */
-static size_t
-yytnamerr (char *yyres, const char *yystr)
-{
- if (*yystr == '"')
- {
- size_t yyn = 0;
- char const *yyp = yystr;
-
- for (;;)
- switch (*++yyp)
- {
- case '\'':
- case ',':
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
-
- case '\\':
- if (*++yyp != '\\')
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
- /* Fall through. */
- default:
- if (yyres)
- yyres[yyn] = *yyp;
- yyn++;
- break;
-
- case '"':
- if (yyres)
- yyres[yyn] = '\0';
- return yyn;
- }
- do_not_strip_quotes: ;
- }
-
- if (! yyres)
- return strlen (yystr);
-
- return yystpcpy (yyres, yystr) - yyres;
-}
-# endif
-
-#endif /* !YYERROR_VERBOSE */
-
-/** State numbers, as in LALR(1) machine */
-typedef int yyStateNum;
-
-/** Rule numbers, as in LALR(1) machine */
-typedef int yyRuleNum;
-
-/** Grammar symbol */
-typedef int yySymbol;
-
-/** Item references, as in LALR(1) machine */
-typedef short int yyItemNum;
-
-typedef struct yyGLRState yyGLRState;
-typedef struct yyGLRStateSet yyGLRStateSet;
-typedef struct yySemanticOption yySemanticOption;
-typedef union yyGLRStackItem yyGLRStackItem;
-typedef struct yyGLRStack yyGLRStack;
-
-struct yyGLRState {
- /** Type tag: always true. */
- yybool yyisState;
- /** Type tag for yysemantics. If true, yysval applies, otherwise
- * yyfirstVal applies. */
- yybool yyresolved;
- /** Number of corresponding LALR(1) machine state. */
- yyStateNum yylrState;
- /** Preceding state in this stack */
- yyGLRState* yypred;
- /** Source position of the last token produced by my symbol */
- size_t yyposn;
- union {
- /** First in a chain of alternative reductions producing the
- * non-terminal corresponding to this state, threaded through
- * yynext. */
- yySemanticOption* yyfirstVal;
- /** Semantic value for this state. */
- YYSTYPE yysval;
- } yysemantics;]b4_locations_if([[
- /** Source location for this state. */
- YYLTYPE yyloc;]])[
-};
-
-struct yyGLRStateSet {
- yyGLRState** yystates;
- /** During nondeterministic operation, yylookaheadNeeds tracks which
- * stacks have actually needed the current lookahead. During deterministic
- * operation, yylookaheadNeeds[0] is not maintained since it would merely
- * duplicate yychar != YYEMPTY. */
- yybool* yylookaheadNeeds;
- size_t yysize, yycapacity;
-};
-
-struct yySemanticOption {
- /** Type tag: always false. */
- yybool yyisState;
- /** Rule number for this reduction */
- yyRuleNum yyrule;
- /** The last RHS state in the list of states to be reduced. */
- yyGLRState* yystate;
- /** The lookahead for this reduction. */
- int yyrawchar;
- YYSTYPE yyval;]b4_locations_if([[
- YYLTYPE yyloc;]])[
- /** Next sibling in chain of options. To facilitate merging,
- * options are chained in decreasing order by address. */
- yySemanticOption* yynext;
-};
-
-/** Type of the items in the GLR stack. The yyisState field
- * indicates which item of the union is valid. */
-union yyGLRStackItem {
- yyGLRState yystate;
- yySemanticOption yyoption;
-};
-
-struct yyGLRStack {
- int yyerrState;
-]b4_locations_if([[ /* To compute the location of the error token. */
- yyGLRStackItem yyerror_range[3];]])[
-]b4_pure_if(
-[
- int yyerrcnt;
- int yyrawchar;
- YYSTYPE yyval;]b4_locations_if([[
- YYLTYPE yyloc;]])[
-])[
- YYJMP_BUF yyexception_buffer;
- yyGLRStackItem* yyitems;
- yyGLRStackItem* yynextFree;
- size_t yyspaceLeft;
- yyGLRState* yysplitPoint;
- yyGLRState* yylastDeleted;
- yyGLRStateSet yytops;
-};
-
-#if YYSTACKEXPANDABLE
-static void yyexpandGLRStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp);
-#endif
-
-static void yyFail (yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_pure_formals[, const char* yymsg)
- __attribute__ ((__noreturn__));
-static void
-yyFail (yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_pure_formals[, const char* yymsg)
-{
- if (yymsg != YY_NULL)
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[yymsg);
- YYLONGJMP (yystackp->yyexception_buffer, 1);
-}
-
-static void yyMemoryExhausted (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
- __attribute__ ((__noreturn__));
-static void
-yyMemoryExhausted (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- YYLONGJMP (yystackp->yyexception_buffer, 2);
-}
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG || YYERROR_VERBOSE
-/** A printable representation of TOKEN. */
-static inline const char*
-yytokenName (yySymbol yytoken)
-{
- if (yytoken == YYEMPTY)
- return "";
-
- return yytname[yytoken];
-}
-#endif
-
-/** Fill in YYVSP[YYLOW1 .. YYLOW0-1] from the chain of states starting
- * at YYVSP[YYLOW0].yystate.yypred. Leaves YYVSP[YYLOW1].yystate.yypred
- * containing the pointer to the next state in the chain. */
-static void yyfillin (yyGLRStackItem *, int, int) __attribute__ ((__unused__));
-static void
-yyfillin (yyGLRStackItem *yyvsp, int yylow0, int yylow1)
-{
- int i;
- yyGLRState *s = yyvsp[yylow0].yystate.yypred;
- for (i = yylow0-1; i >= yylow1; i -= 1)
- {
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- yyvsp[i].yystate.yylrState = s->yylrState;
-#endif
- yyvsp[i].yystate.yyresolved = s->yyresolved;
- if (s->yyresolved)
- yyvsp[i].yystate.yysemantics.yysval = s->yysemantics.yysval;
- else
- /* The effect of using yysval or yyloc (in an immediate rule) is
- * undefined. */
- yyvsp[i].yystate.yysemantics.yyfirstVal = YY_NULL;]b4_locations_if([[
- yyvsp[i].yystate.yyloc = s->yyloc;]])[
- s = yyvsp[i].yystate.yypred = s->yypred;
- }
-}
-
-/* Do nothing if YYNORMAL or if *YYLOW <= YYLOW1. Otherwise, fill in
- * YYVSP[YYLOW1 .. *YYLOW-1] as in yyfillin and set *YYLOW = YYLOW1.
- * For convenience, always return YYLOW1. */
-static inline int yyfill (yyGLRStackItem *, int *, int, yybool)
- __attribute__ ((__unused__));
-static inline int
-yyfill (yyGLRStackItem *yyvsp, int *yylow, int yylow1, yybool yynormal)
-{
- if (!yynormal && yylow1 < *yylow)
- {
- yyfillin (yyvsp, *yylow, yylow1);
- *yylow = yylow1;
- }
- return yylow1;
-}
-
-/** Perform user action for rule number YYN, with RHS length YYRHSLEN,
- * and top stack item YYVSP. YYLVALP points to place to put semantic
- * value ($$), and yylocp points to place for location information
- * (@@$). Returns yyok for normal return, yyaccept for YYACCEPT,
- * yyerr for YYERROR, yyabort for YYABORT. */
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyuserAction (yyRuleNum yyn, size_t yyrhslen, yyGLRStackItem* yyvsp,
- yyGLRStack* yystackp,
- YYSTYPE* yyvalp]b4_locuser_formals[)
-{
- yybool yynormal __attribute__ ((__unused__)) =
- (yystackp->yysplitPoint == YY_NULL);
- int yylow;
-]b4_parse_param_use([yyvalp], [yylocp])dnl
-[ YYUSE (yyrhslen);
-# undef yyerrok
-# define yyerrok (yystackp->yyerrState = 0)
-# undef YYACCEPT
-# define YYACCEPT return yyaccept
-# undef YYABORT
-# define YYABORT return yyabort
-# undef YYERROR
-# define YYERROR return yyerrok, yyerr
-# undef YYRECOVERING
-# define YYRECOVERING() (yystackp->yyerrState != 0)
-# undef yyclearin
-# define yyclearin (yychar = YYEMPTY)
-# undef YYFILL
-# define YYFILL(N) yyfill (yyvsp, &yylow, N, yynormal)
-# undef YYBACKUP
-# define YYBACKUP(Token, Value) \
- return yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("syntax error: cannot back up")), \
- yyerrok, yyerr
-
- yylow = 1;
- if (yyrhslen == 0)
- *yyvalp = yyval_default;
- else
- *yyvalp = yyvsp[YYFILL (1-yyrhslen)].yystate.yysemantics.yysval;]b4_locations_if([[
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT ((*yylocp), (yyvsp - yyrhslen), yyrhslen);
- yystackp->yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = *yylocp;
-]])[
- switch (yyn)
- {
- ]b4_user_actions[
- default: break;
- }
-
- return yyok;
-# undef yyerrok
-# undef YYABORT
-# undef YYACCEPT
-# undef YYERROR
-# undef YYBACKUP
-# undef yyclearin
-# undef YYRECOVERING
-}
-
-
-static void
-yyuserMerge (int yyn, YYSTYPE* yy0, YYSTYPE* yy1)
-{
- YYUSE (yy0);
- YYUSE (yy1);
-
- switch (yyn)
- {
-]b4_mergers[
- default: break;
- }
-}
-
- /* Bison grammar-table manipulation. */
-
-]b4_yydestruct_define[
-
-/** Number of symbols composing the right hand side of rule #RULE. */
-static inline int
-yyrhsLength (yyRuleNum yyrule)
-{
- return yyr2[yyrule];
-}
-
-static void
-yydestroyGLRState (char const *yymsg, yyGLRState *yys]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- if (yys->yyresolved)
- yydestruct (yymsg, yystos[yys->yylrState],
- &yys->yysemantics.yysval]b4_locuser_args([&yys->yyloc])[);
- else
- {
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- if (yydebug)
- {
- if (yys->yysemantics.yyfirstVal)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s unresolved ", yymsg);
- else
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s incomplete ", yymsg);
- yy_symbol_print (stderr, yystos[yys->yylrState],
- YY_NULL]b4_locuser_args([&yys->yyloc])[);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
- }
-#endif
-
- if (yys->yysemantics.yyfirstVal)
- {
- yySemanticOption *yyoption = yys->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- yyGLRState *yyrh;
- int yyn;
- for (yyrh = yyoption->yystate, yyn = yyrhsLength (yyoption->yyrule);
- yyn > 0;
- yyrh = yyrh->yypred, yyn -= 1)
- yydestroyGLRState (yymsg, yyrh]b4_user_args[);
- }
- }
-}
-
-/** Left-hand-side symbol for rule #YYRULE. */
-static inline yySymbol
-yylhsNonterm (yyRuleNum yyrule)
-{
- return yyr1[yyrule];
-}
-
-#define yypact_value_is_default(Yystate) \
- ]b4_table_value_equals([[pact]], [[Yystate]], [b4_pact_ninf])[
-
-/** True iff LR state YYSTATE has only a default reduction (regardless
- * of token). */
-static inline yybool
-yyisDefaultedState (yyStateNum yystate)
-{
- return yypact_value_is_default (yypact[yystate]);
-}
-
-/** The default reduction for YYSTATE, assuming it has one. */
-static inline yyRuleNum
-yydefaultAction (yyStateNum yystate)
-{
- return yydefact[yystate];
-}
-
-#define yytable_value_is_error(Yytable_value) \
- ]b4_table_value_equals([[table]], [[Yytable_value]], [b4_table_ninf])[
-
-/** Set *YYACTION to the action to take in YYSTATE on seeing YYTOKEN.
- * Result R means
- * R < 0: Reduce on rule -R.
- * R = 0: Error.
- * R > 0: Shift to state R.
- * Set *YYCONFLICTS to a pointer into yyconfl to a 0-terminated list
- * of conflicting reductions.
- */
-static inline void
-yygetLRActions (yyStateNum yystate, int yytoken,
- int* yyaction, const short int** yyconflicts)
-{
- int yyindex = yypact[yystate] + yytoken;
- if (yypact_value_is_default (yypact[yystate])
- || yyindex < 0 || YYLAST < yyindex || yycheck[yyindex] != yytoken)
- {
- *yyaction = -yydefact[yystate];
- *yyconflicts = yyconfl;
- }
- else if (! yytable_value_is_error (yytable[yyindex]))
- {
- *yyaction = yytable[yyindex];
- *yyconflicts = yyconfl + yyconflp[yyindex];
- }
- else
- {
- *yyaction = 0;
- *yyconflicts = yyconfl + yyconflp[yyindex];
- }
-}
-
-static inline yyStateNum
-yyLRgotoState (yyStateNum yystate, yySymbol yylhs)
-{
- int yyr = yypgoto[yylhs - YYNTOKENS] + yystate;
- if (0 <= yyr && yyr <= YYLAST && yycheck[yyr] == yystate)
- return yytable[yyr];
- else
- return yydefgoto[yylhs - YYNTOKENS];
-}
-
-static inline yybool
-yyisShiftAction (int yyaction)
-{
- return 0 < yyaction;
-}
-
-static inline yybool
-yyisErrorAction (int yyaction)
-{
- return yyaction == 0;
-}
-
- /* GLRStates */
-
-/** Return a fresh GLRStackItem in YYSTACKP. The item is an LR state
- * if YYISSTATE, and otherwise a semantic option. Callers should call
- * YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK afterwards to make sure there is sufficient
- * headroom. */
-
-static inline yyGLRStackItem*
-yynewGLRStackItem (yyGLRStack* yystackp, yybool yyisState)
-{
- yyGLRStackItem* yynewItem = yystackp->yynextFree;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft -= 1;
- yystackp->yynextFree += 1;
- yynewItem->yystate.yyisState = yyisState;
- return yynewItem;
-}
-
-/** Add a new semantic action that will execute the action for rule
- * YYRULE on the semantic values in YYRHS to the list of
- * alternative actions for YYSTATE. Assumes that YYRHS comes from
- * stack #YYK of *YYSTACKP. */
-static void
-yyaddDeferredAction (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk, yyGLRState* yystate,
- yyGLRState* yyrhs, yyRuleNum yyrule)
-{
- yySemanticOption* yynewOption =
- &yynewGLRStackItem (yystackp, yyfalse)->yyoption;
- yynewOption->yystate = yyrhs;
- yynewOption->yyrule = yyrule;
- if (yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyk])
- {
- yynewOption->yyrawchar = yychar;
- yynewOption->yyval = yylval;]b4_locations_if([
- yynewOption->yyloc = yylloc;])[
- }
- else
- yynewOption->yyrawchar = YYEMPTY;
- yynewOption->yynext = yystate->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- yystate->yysemantics.yyfirstVal = yynewOption;
-
- YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK (yystackp);
-}
-
- /* GLRStacks */
-
-/** Initialize YYSET to a singleton set containing an empty stack. */
-static yybool
-yyinitStateSet (yyGLRStateSet* yyset)
-{
- yyset->yysize = 1;
- yyset->yycapacity = 16;
- yyset->yystates = (yyGLRState**) YYMALLOC (16 * sizeof yyset->yystates[0]);
- if (! yyset->yystates)
- return yyfalse;
- yyset->yystates[0] = YY_NULL;
- yyset->yylookaheadNeeds =
- (yybool*) YYMALLOC (16 * sizeof yyset->yylookaheadNeeds[0]);
- if (! yyset->yylookaheadNeeds)
- {
- YYFREE (yyset->yystates);
- return yyfalse;
- }
- return yytrue;
-}
-
-static void yyfreeStateSet (yyGLRStateSet* yyset)
-{
- YYFREE (yyset->yystates);
- YYFREE (yyset->yylookaheadNeeds);
-}
-
-/** Initialize *YYSTACKP to a single empty stack, with total maximum
- * capacity for all stacks of YYSIZE. */
-static yybool
-yyinitGLRStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yysize)
-{
- yystackp->yyerrState = 0;
- yynerrs = 0;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft = yysize;
- yystackp->yyitems =
- (yyGLRStackItem*) YYMALLOC (yysize * sizeof yystackp->yynextFree[0]);
- if (!yystackp->yyitems)
- return yyfalse;
- yystackp->yynextFree = yystackp->yyitems;
- yystackp->yysplitPoint = YY_NULL;
- yystackp->yylastDeleted = YY_NULL;
- return yyinitStateSet (&yystackp->yytops);
-}
-
-
-#if YYSTACKEXPANDABLE
-# define YYRELOC(YYFROMITEMS,YYTOITEMS,YYX,YYTYPE) \
- &((YYTOITEMS) - ((YYFROMITEMS) - (yyGLRStackItem*) (YYX)))->YYTYPE
-
-/** If *YYSTACKP is expandable, extend it. WARNING: Pointers into the
- stack from outside should be considered invalid after this call.
- We always expand when there are 1 or fewer items left AFTER an
- allocation, so that we can avoid having external pointers exist
- across an allocation. */
-static void
-yyexpandGLRStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- yyGLRStackItem* yynewItems;
- yyGLRStackItem* yyp0, *yyp1;
- size_t yynewSize;
- size_t yyn;
- size_t yysize = yystackp->yynextFree - yystackp->yyitems;
- if (YYMAXDEPTH - YYHEADROOM < yysize)
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- yynewSize = 2*yysize;
- if (YYMAXDEPTH < yynewSize)
- yynewSize = YYMAXDEPTH;
- yynewItems = (yyGLRStackItem*) YYMALLOC (yynewSize * sizeof yynewItems[0]);
- if (! yynewItems)
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- for (yyp0 = yystackp->yyitems, yyp1 = yynewItems, yyn = yysize;
- 0 < yyn;
- yyn -= 1, yyp0 += 1, yyp1 += 1)
- {
- *yyp1 = *yyp0;
- if (*(yybool *) yyp0)
- {
- yyGLRState* yys0 = &yyp0->yystate;
- yyGLRState* yys1 = &yyp1->yystate;
- if (yys0->yypred != YY_NULL)
- yys1->yypred =
- YYRELOC (yyp0, yyp1, yys0->yypred, yystate);
- if (! yys0->yyresolved && yys0->yysemantics.yyfirstVal != YY_NULL)
- yys1->yysemantics.yyfirstVal =
- YYRELOC (yyp0, yyp1, yys0->yysemantics.yyfirstVal, yyoption);
- }
- else
- {
- yySemanticOption* yyv0 = &yyp0->yyoption;
- yySemanticOption* yyv1 = &yyp1->yyoption;
- if (yyv0->yystate != YY_NULL)
- yyv1->yystate = YYRELOC (yyp0, yyp1, yyv0->yystate, yystate);
- if (yyv0->yynext != YY_NULL)
- yyv1->yynext = YYRELOC (yyp0, yyp1, yyv0->yynext, yyoption);
- }
- }
- if (yystackp->yysplitPoint != YY_NULL)
- yystackp->yysplitPoint = YYRELOC (yystackp->yyitems, yynewItems,
- yystackp->yysplitPoint, yystate);
-
- for (yyn = 0; yyn < yystackp->yytops.yysize; yyn += 1)
- if (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyn] != YY_NULL)
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyn] =
- YYRELOC (yystackp->yyitems, yynewItems,
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyn], yystate);
- YYFREE (yystackp->yyitems);
- yystackp->yyitems = yynewItems;
- yystackp->yynextFree = yynewItems + yysize;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft = yynewSize - yysize;
-}
-#endif
-
-static void
-yyfreeGLRStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- YYFREE (yystackp->yyitems);
- yyfreeStateSet (&yystackp->yytops);
-}
-
-/** Assuming that YYS is a GLRState somewhere on *YYSTACKP, update the
- * splitpoint of *YYSTACKP, if needed, so that it is at least as deep as
- * YYS. */
-static inline void
-yyupdateSplit (yyGLRStack* yystackp, yyGLRState* yys)
-{
- if (yystackp->yysplitPoint != YY_NULL && yystackp->yysplitPoint > yys)
- yystackp->yysplitPoint = yys;
-}
-
-/** Invalidate stack #YYK in *YYSTACKP. */
-static inline void
-yymarkStackDeleted (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk)
-{
- if (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] != YY_NULL)
- yystackp->yylastDeleted = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] = YY_NULL;
-}
-
-/** Undelete the last stack in *YYSTACKP that was marked as deleted. Can
- only be done once after a deletion, and only when all other stacks have
- been deleted. */
-static void
-yyundeleteLastStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- if (yystackp->yylastDeleted == YY_NULL || yystackp->yytops.yysize != 0)
- return;
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] = yystackp->yylastDeleted;
- yystackp->yytops.yysize = 1;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Restoring last deleted stack as stack #0.\n"));
- yystackp->yylastDeleted = YY_NULL;
-}
-
-static inline void
-yyremoveDeletes (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- size_t yyi, yyj;
- yyi = yyj = 0;
- while (yyj < yystackp->yytops.yysize)
- {
- if (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyi] == YY_NULL)
- {
- if (yyi == yyj)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Removing dead stacks.\n"));
- }
- yystackp->yytops.yysize -= 1;
- }
- else
- {
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyj] = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyi];
- /* In the current implementation, it's unnecessary to copy
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyi] since, after
- yyremoveDeletes returns, the parser immediately either enters
- deterministic operation or shifts a token. However, it doesn't
- hurt, and the code might evolve to need it. */
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyj] =
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyi];
- if (yyj != yyi)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Rename stack %lu -> %lu.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyi, (unsigned long int) yyj));
- }
- yyj += 1;
- }
- yyi += 1;
- }
-}
-
-/** Shift to a new state on stack #YYK of *YYSTACKP, corresponding to LR
- * state YYLRSTATE, at input position YYPOSN, with (resolved) semantic
- * value *YYVALP and source location *YYLOCP. */
-static inline void
-yyglrShift (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk, yyStateNum yylrState,
- size_t yyposn,
- YYSTYPE* yyvalp]b4_locations_if([, YYLTYPE* yylocp])[)
-{
- yyGLRState* yynewState = &yynewGLRStackItem (yystackp, yytrue)->yystate;
-
- yynewState->yylrState = yylrState;
- yynewState->yyposn = yyposn;
- yynewState->yyresolved = yytrue;
- yynewState->yypred = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- yynewState->yysemantics.yysval = *yyvalp;]b4_locations_if([
- yynewState->yyloc = *yylocp;])[
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] = yynewState;
-
- YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK (yystackp);
-}
-
-/** Shift stack #YYK of *YYSTACKP, to a new state corresponding to LR
- * state YYLRSTATE, at input position YYPOSN, with the (unresolved)
- * semantic value of YYRHS under the action for YYRULE. */
-static inline void
-yyglrShiftDefer (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk, yyStateNum yylrState,
- size_t yyposn, yyGLRState* yyrhs, yyRuleNum yyrule)
-{
- yyGLRState* yynewState = &yynewGLRStackItem (yystackp, yytrue)->yystate;
-
- yynewState->yylrState = yylrState;
- yynewState->yyposn = yyposn;
- yynewState->yyresolved = yyfalse;
- yynewState->yypred = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- yynewState->yysemantics.yyfirstVal = YY_NULL;
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] = yynewState;
-
- /* Invokes YY_RESERVE_GLRSTACK. */
- yyaddDeferredAction (yystackp, yyk, yynewState, yyrhs, yyrule);
-}
-
-#if !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Args)
-#else
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Args) \
-do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- yy_reduce_print Args; \
-} while (0)
-
-/*----------------------------------------------------------------------.
-| Report that stack #YYK of *YYSTACKP is going to be reduced by YYRULE. |
-`----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-static inline void
-yy_reduce_print (int yynormal, yyGLRStackItem* yyvsp, size_t yyk,
- yyRuleNum yyrule]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- int yynrhs = yyrhsLength (yyrule);]b4_locations_if([
- int yylow = 1;])[
- int yyi;
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Reducing stack %lu by rule %d (line %lu):\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk, yyrule - 1,
- (unsigned long int) yyrline[yyrule]);
- if (! yynormal)
- yyfillin (yyvsp, 1, -yynrhs);
- /* The symbols being reduced. */
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi++)
- {
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, " $%d = ", yyi + 1);
- yy_symbol_print (stderr,
- yystos[yyvsp[yyi - yynrhs + 1].yystate.yylrState],
- &yyvsp[yyi - yynrhs + 1].yystate.yysemantics.yysval
- ]b4_locations_if([, &]b4_rhs_location(yynrhs, yyi + 1))[]dnl
- b4_user_args[);
- if (!yyvsp[yyi - yynrhs + 1].yystate.yyresolved)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, " (unresolved)");
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
- }
-}
-#endif
-
-/** Pop the symbols consumed by reduction #YYRULE from the top of stack
- * #YYK of *YYSTACKP, and perform the appropriate semantic action on their
- * semantic values. Assumes that all ambiguities in semantic values
- * have been previously resolved. Set *YYVALP to the resulting value,
- * and *YYLOCP to the computed location (if any). Return value is as
- * for userAction. */
-static inline YYRESULTTAG
-yydoAction (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk, yyRuleNum yyrule,
- YYSTYPE* yyvalp]b4_locuser_formals[)
-{
- int yynrhs = yyrhsLength (yyrule);
-
- if (yystackp->yysplitPoint == YY_NULL)
- {
- /* Standard special case: single stack. */
- yyGLRStackItem* yyrhs = (yyGLRStackItem*) yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- YYASSERT (yyk == 0);
- yystackp->yynextFree -= yynrhs;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft += yynrhs;
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] = & yystackp->yynextFree[-1].yystate;
- YY_REDUCE_PRINT ((1, yyrhs, yyk, yyrule]b4_user_args[));
- return yyuserAction (yyrule, yynrhs, yyrhs, yystackp,
- yyvalp]b4_locuser_args[);
- }
- else
- {
- int yyi;
- yyGLRState* yys;
- yyGLRStackItem yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT + 1];
- yys = yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT].yystate.yypred
- = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];]b4_locations_if([[
- if (yynrhs == 0)
- /* Set default location. */
- yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT - 1].yystate.yyloc = yys->yyloc;]])[
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi += 1)
- {
- yys = yys->yypred;
- YYASSERT (yys);
- }
- yyupdateSplit (yystackp, yys);
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] = yys;
- YY_REDUCE_PRINT ((0, yyrhsVals + YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT - 1, yyk, yyrule]b4_user_args[));
- return yyuserAction (yyrule, yynrhs, yyrhsVals + YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT - 1,
- yystackp, yyvalp]b4_locuser_args[);
- }
-}
-
-/** Pop items off stack #YYK of *YYSTACKP according to grammar rule YYRULE,
- * and push back on the resulting nonterminal symbol. Perform the
- * semantic action associated with YYRULE and store its value with the
- * newly pushed state, if YYFORCEEVAL or if *YYSTACKP is currently
- * unambiguous. Otherwise, store the deferred semantic action with
- * the new state. If the new state would have an identical input
- * position, LR state, and predecessor to an existing state on the stack,
- * it is identified with that existing state, eliminating stack #YYK from
- * *YYSTACKP. In this case, the semantic value is
- * added to the options for the existing state's semantic value.
- */
-static inline YYRESULTTAG
-yyglrReduce (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk, yyRuleNum yyrule,
- yybool yyforceEval]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- size_t yyposn = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk]->yyposn;
-
- if (yyforceEval || yystackp->yysplitPoint == YY_NULL)
- {
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag;
- YYSTYPE yysval;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE yyloc;])[
-
- yyflag = yydoAction (yystackp, yyk, yyrule, &yysval]b4_locuser_args([&yyloc])[);
- if (yyflag == yyerr && yystackp->yysplitPoint != YY_NULL)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Parse on stack %lu rejected by rule #%d.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk, yyrule - 1));
- }
- if (yyflag != yyok)
- return yyflag;
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("-> $$ =", yyr1[yyrule], &yysval, &yyloc);
- yyglrShift (yystackp, yyk,
- yyLRgotoState (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk]->yylrState,
- yylhsNonterm (yyrule)),
- yyposn, &yysval]b4_locations_if([, &yyloc])[);
- }
- else
- {
- size_t yyi;
- int yyn;
- yyGLRState* yys, *yys0 = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- yyStateNum yynewLRState;
-
- for (yys = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk], yyn = yyrhsLength (yyrule);
- 0 < yyn; yyn -= 1)
- {
- yys = yys->yypred;
- YYASSERT (yys);
- }
- yyupdateSplit (yystackp, yys);
- yynewLRState = yyLRgotoState (yys->yylrState, yylhsNonterm (yyrule));
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr,
- "Reduced stack %lu by rule #%d; action deferred. "
- "Now in state %d.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk, yyrule - 1, yynewLRState));
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < yystackp->yytops.yysize; yyi += 1)
- if (yyi != yyk && yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyi] != YY_NULL)
- {
- yyGLRState *yysplit = yystackp->yysplitPoint;
- yyGLRState *yyp = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyi];
- while (yyp != yys && yyp != yysplit && yyp->yyposn >= yyposn)
- {
- if (yyp->yylrState == yynewLRState && yyp->yypred == yys)
- {
- yyaddDeferredAction (yystackp, yyk, yyp, yys0, yyrule);
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Merging stack %lu into stack %lu.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk,
- (unsigned long int) yyi));
- return yyok;
- }
- yyp = yyp->yypred;
- }
- }
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] = yys;
- yyglrShiftDefer (yystackp, yyk, yynewLRState, yyposn, yys0, yyrule);
- }
- return yyok;
-}
-
-static size_t
-yysplitStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk)
-{
- if (yystackp->yysplitPoint == YY_NULL)
- {
- YYASSERT (yyk == 0);
- yystackp->yysplitPoint = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- }
- if (yystackp->yytops.yysize >= yystackp->yytops.yycapacity)
- {
- yyGLRState** yynewStates;
- yybool* yynewLookaheadNeeds;
-
- yynewStates = YY_NULL;
-
- if (yystackp->yytops.yycapacity
- > (YYSIZEMAX / (2 * sizeof yynewStates[0])))
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- yystackp->yytops.yycapacity *= 2;
-
- yynewStates =
- (yyGLRState**) YYREALLOC (yystackp->yytops.yystates,
- (yystackp->yytops.yycapacity
- * sizeof yynewStates[0]));
- if (yynewStates == YY_NULL)
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- yystackp->yytops.yystates = yynewStates;
-
- yynewLookaheadNeeds =
- (yybool*) YYREALLOC (yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds,
- (yystackp->yytops.yycapacity
- * sizeof yynewLookaheadNeeds[0]));
- if (yynewLookaheadNeeds == YY_NULL)
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds = yynewLookaheadNeeds;
- }
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[yystackp->yytops.yysize]
- = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk];
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yystackp->yytops.yysize]
- = yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyk];
- yystackp->yytops.yysize += 1;
- return yystackp->yytops.yysize-1;
-}
-
-/** True iff YYY0 and YYY1 represent identical options at the top level.
- * That is, they represent the same rule applied to RHS symbols
- * that produce the same terminal symbols. */
-static yybool
-yyidenticalOptions (yySemanticOption* yyy0, yySemanticOption* yyy1)
-{
- if (yyy0->yyrule == yyy1->yyrule)
- {
- yyGLRState *yys0, *yys1;
- int yyn;
- for (yys0 = yyy0->yystate, yys1 = yyy1->yystate,
- yyn = yyrhsLength (yyy0->yyrule);
- yyn > 0;
- yys0 = yys0->yypred, yys1 = yys1->yypred, yyn -= 1)
- if (yys0->yyposn != yys1->yyposn)
- return yyfalse;
- return yytrue;
- }
- else
- return yyfalse;
-}
-
-/** Assuming identicalOptions (YYY0,YYY1), destructively merge the
- * alternative semantic values for the RHS-symbols of YYY1 and YYY0. */
-static void
-yymergeOptionSets (yySemanticOption* yyy0, yySemanticOption* yyy1)
-{
- yyGLRState *yys0, *yys1;
- int yyn;
- for (yys0 = yyy0->yystate, yys1 = yyy1->yystate,
- yyn = yyrhsLength (yyy0->yyrule);
- yyn > 0;
- yys0 = yys0->yypred, yys1 = yys1->yypred, yyn -= 1)
- {
- if (yys0 == yys1)
- break;
- else if (yys0->yyresolved)
- {
- yys1->yyresolved = yytrue;
- yys1->yysemantics.yysval = yys0->yysemantics.yysval;
- }
- else if (yys1->yyresolved)
- {
- yys0->yyresolved = yytrue;
- yys0->yysemantics.yysval = yys1->yysemantics.yysval;
- }
- else
- {
- yySemanticOption** yyz0p = &yys0->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- yySemanticOption* yyz1 = yys1->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- while (yytrue)
- {
- if (yyz1 == *yyz0p || yyz1 == YY_NULL)
- break;
- else if (*yyz0p == YY_NULL)
- {
- *yyz0p = yyz1;
- break;
- }
- else if (*yyz0p < yyz1)
- {
- yySemanticOption* yyz = *yyz0p;
- *yyz0p = yyz1;
- yyz1 = yyz1->yynext;
- (*yyz0p)->yynext = yyz;
- }
- yyz0p = &(*yyz0p)->yynext;
- }
- yys1->yysemantics.yyfirstVal = yys0->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- }
- }
-}
-
-/** Y0 and Y1 represent two possible actions to take in a given
- * parsing state; return 0 if no combination is possible,
- * 1 if user-mergeable, 2 if Y0 is preferred, 3 if Y1 is preferred. */
-static int
-yypreference (yySemanticOption* y0, yySemanticOption* y1)
-{
- yyRuleNum r0 = y0->yyrule, r1 = y1->yyrule;
- int p0 = yydprec[r0], p1 = yydprec[r1];
-
- if (p0 == p1)
- {
- if (yymerger[r0] == 0 || yymerger[r0] != yymerger[r1])
- return 0;
- else
- return 1;
- }
- if (p0 == 0 || p1 == 0)
- return 0;
- if (p0 < p1)
- return 3;
- if (p1 < p0)
- return 2;
- return 0;
-}
-
-static YYRESULTTAG yyresolveValue (yyGLRState* yys,
- yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[);
-
-
-/** Resolve the previous YYN states starting at and including state YYS
- * on *YYSTACKP. If result != yyok, some states may have been left
- * unresolved possibly with empty semantic option chains. Regardless
- * of whether result = yyok, each state has been left with consistent
- * data so that yydestroyGLRState can be invoked if necessary. */
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyresolveStates (yyGLRState* yys, int yyn,
- yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- if (0 < yyn)
- {
- YYASSERT (yys->yypred);
- YYCHK (yyresolveStates (yys->yypred, yyn-1, yystackp]b4_user_args[));
- if (! yys->yyresolved)
- YYCHK (yyresolveValue (yys, yystackp]b4_user_args[));
- }
- return yyok;
-}
-
-/** Resolve the states for the RHS of YYOPT on *YYSTACKP, perform its
- * user action, and return the semantic value and location in *YYVALP
- * and *YYLOCP. Regardless of whether result = yyok, all RHS states
- * have been destroyed (assuming the user action destroys all RHS
- * semantic values if invoked). */
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyresolveAction (yySemanticOption* yyopt, yyGLRStack* yystackp,
- YYSTYPE* yyvalp]b4_locuser_formals[)
-{
- yyGLRStackItem yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT + 1];
- int yynrhs = yyrhsLength (yyopt->yyrule);
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag =
- yyresolveStates (yyopt->yystate, yynrhs, yystackp]b4_user_args[);
- if (yyflag != yyok)
- {
- yyGLRState *yys;
- for (yys = yyopt->yystate; yynrhs > 0; yys = yys->yypred, yynrhs -= 1)
- yydestroyGLRState ("Cleanup: popping", yys]b4_user_args[);
- return yyflag;
- }
-
- yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT].yystate.yypred = yyopt->yystate;]b4_locations_if([[
- if (yynrhs == 0)
- /* Set default location. */
- yyrhsVals[YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT - 1].yystate.yyloc = yyopt->yystate->yyloc;]])[
- {
- int yychar_current = yychar;
- YYSTYPE yylval_current = yylval;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE yylloc_current = yylloc;])[
- yychar = yyopt->yyrawchar;
- yylval = yyopt->yyval;]b4_locations_if([
- yylloc = yyopt->yyloc;])[
- yyflag = yyuserAction (yyopt->yyrule, yynrhs,
- yyrhsVals + YYMAXRHS + YYMAXLEFT - 1,
- yystackp, yyvalp]b4_locuser_args[);
- yychar = yychar_current;
- yylval = yylval_current;]b4_locations_if([
- yylloc = yylloc_current;])[
- }
- return yyflag;
-}
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-static void
-yyreportTree (yySemanticOption* yyx, int yyindent)
-{
- int yynrhs = yyrhsLength (yyx->yyrule);
- int yyi;
- yyGLRState* yys;
- yyGLRState* yystates[1 + YYMAXRHS];
- yyGLRState yyleftmost_state;
-
- for (yyi = yynrhs, yys = yyx->yystate; 0 < yyi; yyi -= 1, yys = yys->yypred)
- yystates[yyi] = yys;
- if (yys == YY_NULL)
- {
- yyleftmost_state.yyposn = 0;
- yystates[0] = &yyleftmost_state;
- }
- else
- yystates[0] = yys;
-
- if (yyx->yystate->yyposn < yys->yyposn + 1)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%*s%s -> <Rule %d, empty>\n",
- yyindent, "", yytokenName (yylhsNonterm (yyx->yyrule)),
- yyx->yyrule - 1);
- else
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%*s%s -> <Rule %d, tokens %lu .. %lu>\n",
- yyindent, "", yytokenName (yylhsNonterm (yyx->yyrule)),
- yyx->yyrule - 1, (unsigned long int) (yys->yyposn + 1),
- (unsigned long int) yyx->yystate->yyposn);
- for (yyi = 1; yyi <= yynrhs; yyi += 1)
- {
- if (yystates[yyi]->yyresolved)
- {
- if (yystates[yyi-1]->yyposn+1 > yystates[yyi]->yyposn)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%*s%s <empty>\n", yyindent+2, "",
- yytokenName (yystos[yystates[yyi]->yylrState]));
- else
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%*s%s <tokens %lu .. %lu>\n", yyindent+2, "",
- yytokenName (yystos[yystates[yyi]->yylrState]),
- (unsigned long int) (yystates[yyi-1]->yyposn + 1),
- (unsigned long int) yystates[yyi]->yyposn);
- }
- else
- yyreportTree (yystates[yyi]->yysemantics.yyfirstVal, yyindent+2);
- }
-}
-#endif
-
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyreportAmbiguity (yySemanticOption* yyx0,
- yySemanticOption* yyx1]b4_pure_formals[)
-{
- YYUSE (yyx0);
- YYUSE (yyx1);
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Ambiguity detected.\n");
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Option 1,\n");
- yyreportTree (yyx0, 2);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\nOption 2,\n");
- yyreportTree (yyx1, 2);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
-#endif
-
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("syntax is ambiguous"));
- return yyabort;
-}]b4_locations_if([[
-
-/** Resolve the locations for each of the YYN1 states in *YYSTACKP,
- * ending at YYS1. Has no effect on previously resolved states.
- * The first semantic option of a state is always chosen. */
-static void
-yyresolveLocations (yyGLRState* yys1, int yyn1,
- yyGLRStack *yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- if (0 < yyn1)
- {
- yyresolveLocations (yys1->yypred, yyn1 - 1, yystackp]b4_user_args[);
- if (!yys1->yyresolved)
- {
- yyGLRStackItem yyrhsloc[1 + YYMAXRHS];
- int yynrhs;
- yySemanticOption *yyoption = yys1->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- YYASSERT (yyoption != YY_NULL);
- yynrhs = yyrhsLength (yyoption->yyrule);
- if (yynrhs > 0)
- {
- yyGLRState *yys;
- int yyn;
- yyresolveLocations (yyoption->yystate, yynrhs,
- yystackp]b4_user_args[);
- for (yys = yyoption->yystate, yyn = yynrhs;
- yyn > 0;
- yys = yys->yypred, yyn -= 1)
- yyrhsloc[yyn].yystate.yyloc = yys->yyloc;
- }
- else
- {
- /* Both yyresolveAction and yyresolveLocations traverse the GSS
- in reverse rightmost order. It is only necessary to invoke
- yyresolveLocations on a subforest for which yyresolveAction
- would have been invoked next had an ambiguity not been
- detected. Thus the location of the previous state (but not
- necessarily the previous state itself) is guaranteed to be
- resolved already. */
- yyGLRState *yyprevious = yyoption->yystate;
- yyrhsloc[0].yystate.yyloc = yyprevious->yyloc;
- }
- {
- int yychar_current = yychar;
- YYSTYPE yylval_current = yylval;
- YYLTYPE yylloc_current = yylloc;
- yychar = yyoption->yyrawchar;
- yylval = yyoption->yyval;
- yylloc = yyoption->yyloc;
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT ((yys1->yyloc), yyrhsloc, yynrhs);
- yychar = yychar_current;
- yylval = yylval_current;
- yylloc = yylloc_current;
- }
- }
- }
-}]])[
-
-/** Resolve the ambiguity represented in state YYS in *YYSTACKP,
- * perform the indicated actions, and set the semantic value of YYS.
- * If result != yyok, the chain of semantic options in YYS has been
- * cleared instead or it has been left unmodified except that
- * redundant options may have been removed. Regardless of whether
- * result = yyok, YYS has been left with consistent data so that
- * yydestroyGLRState can be invoked if necessary. */
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyresolveValue (yyGLRState* yys, yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- yySemanticOption* yyoptionList = yys->yysemantics.yyfirstVal;
- yySemanticOption* yybest = yyoptionList;
- yySemanticOption** yypp;
- yybool yymerge = yyfalse;
- YYSTYPE yysval;
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE *yylocp = &yys->yyloc;])[
-
- for (yypp = &yyoptionList->yynext; *yypp != YY_NULL; )
- {
- yySemanticOption* yyp = *yypp;
-
- if (yyidenticalOptions (yybest, yyp))
- {
- yymergeOptionSets (yybest, yyp);
- *yypp = yyp->yynext;
- }
- else
- {
- switch (yypreference (yybest, yyp))
- {
- case 0:]b4_locations_if([[
- yyresolveLocations (yys, 1, yystackp]b4_user_args[);]])[
- return yyreportAmbiguity (yybest, yyp]b4_pure_args[);
- break;
- case 1:
- yymerge = yytrue;
- break;
- case 2:
- break;
- case 3:
- yybest = yyp;
- yymerge = yyfalse;
- break;
- default:
- /* This cannot happen so it is not worth a YYASSERT (yyfalse),
- but some compilers complain if the default case is
- omitted. */
- break;
- }
- yypp = &yyp->yynext;
- }
- }
-
- if (yymerge)
- {
- yySemanticOption* yyp;
- int yyprec = yydprec[yybest->yyrule];
- yyflag = yyresolveAction (yybest, yystackp, &yysval]b4_locuser_args[);
- if (yyflag == yyok)
- for (yyp = yybest->yynext; yyp != YY_NULL; yyp = yyp->yynext)
- {
- if (yyprec == yydprec[yyp->yyrule])
- {
- YYSTYPE yysval_other;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE yydummy;])[
- yyflag = yyresolveAction (yyp, yystackp, &yysval_other]b4_locuser_args([&yydummy])[);
- if (yyflag != yyok)
- {
- yydestruct ("Cleanup: discarding incompletely merged value for",
- yystos[yys->yylrState],
- &yysval]b4_locuser_args[);
- break;
- }
- yyuserMerge (yymerger[yyp->yyrule], &yysval, &yysval_other);
- }
- }
- }
- else
- yyflag = yyresolveAction (yybest, yystackp, &yysval]b4_locuser_args([yylocp])[);
-
- if (yyflag == yyok)
- {
- yys->yyresolved = yytrue;
- yys->yysemantics.yysval = yysval;
- }
- else
- yys->yysemantics.yyfirstVal = YY_NULL;
- return yyflag;
-}
-
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyresolveStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- if (yystackp->yysplitPoint != YY_NULL)
- {
- yyGLRState* yys;
- int yyn;
-
- for (yyn = 0, yys = yystackp->yytops.yystates[0];
- yys != yystackp->yysplitPoint;
- yys = yys->yypred, yyn += 1)
- continue;
- YYCHK (yyresolveStates (yystackp->yytops.yystates[0], yyn, yystackp
- ]b4_user_args[));
- }
- return yyok;
-}
-
-static void
-yycompressStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- yyGLRState* yyp, *yyq, *yyr;
-
- if (yystackp->yytops.yysize != 1 || yystackp->yysplitPoint == YY_NULL)
- return;
-
- for (yyp = yystackp->yytops.yystates[0], yyq = yyp->yypred, yyr = YY_NULL;
- yyp != yystackp->yysplitPoint;
- yyr = yyp, yyp = yyq, yyq = yyp->yypred)
- yyp->yypred = yyr;
-
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft += yystackp->yynextFree - yystackp->yyitems;
- yystackp->yynextFree = ((yyGLRStackItem*) yystackp->yysplitPoint) + 1;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft -= yystackp->yynextFree - yystackp->yyitems;
- yystackp->yysplitPoint = YY_NULL;
- yystackp->yylastDeleted = YY_NULL;
-
- while (yyr != YY_NULL)
- {
- yystackp->yynextFree->yystate = *yyr;
- yyr = yyr->yypred;
- yystackp->yynextFree->yystate.yypred = &yystackp->yynextFree[-1].yystate;
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] = &yystackp->yynextFree->yystate;
- yystackp->yynextFree += 1;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft -= 1;
- }
-}
-
-static YYRESULTTAG
-yyprocessOneStack (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk,
- size_t yyposn]b4_pure_formals[)
-{
- while (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] != YY_NULL)
- {
- yyStateNum yystate = yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk]->yylrState;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack %lu Entering state %d\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk, yystate));
-
- YYASSERT (yystate != YYFINAL);
-
- if (yyisDefaultedState (yystate))
- {
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag;
- yyRuleNum yyrule = yydefaultAction (yystate);
- if (yyrule == 0)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack %lu dies.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk));
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- return yyok;
- }
- yyflag = yyglrReduce (yystackp, yyk, yyrule, yyimmediate[yyrule]]b4_user_args[);
- if (yyflag == yyerr)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr,
- "Stack %lu dies "
- "(predicate failure or explicit user error).\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk));
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- return yyok;
- }
- if (yyflag != yyok)
- return yyflag;
- }
- else
- {
- yySymbol yytoken;
- int yyaction;
- const short int* yyconflicts;
-
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yyk] = yytrue;
- if (yychar == YYEMPTY)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Reading a token: "));
- yychar = ]b4_lex[;
- }
-
- if (yychar <= YYEOF)
- {
- yychar = yytoken = YYEOF;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Now at end of input.\n"));
- }
- else
- {
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
- }
-
- yygetLRActions (yystate, yytoken, &yyaction, &yyconflicts);
-
- while (*yyconflicts != 0)
- {
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag;
- size_t yynewStack = yysplitStack (yystackp, yyk);
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Splitting off stack %lu from %lu.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yynewStack,
- (unsigned long int) yyk));
- yyflag = yyglrReduce (yystackp, yynewStack,
- *yyconflicts,
- yyimmediate[*yyconflicts]]b4_user_args[);
- if (yyflag == yyok)
- YYCHK (yyprocessOneStack (yystackp, yynewStack,
- yyposn]b4_pure_args[));
- else if (yyflag == yyerr)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack %lu dies.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yynewStack));
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yynewStack);
- }
- else
- return yyflag;
- yyconflicts += 1;
- }
-
- if (yyisShiftAction (yyaction))
- break;
- else if (yyisErrorAction (yyaction))
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack %lu dies.\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk));
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- break;
- }
- else
- {
- YYRESULTTAG yyflag = yyglrReduce (yystackp, yyk, -yyaction,
- yyimmediate[-yyaction]]b4_user_args[);
- if (yyflag == yyerr)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr,
- "Stack %lu dies "
- "(predicate failure or explicit user error).\n",
- (unsigned long int) yyk));
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- break;
- }
- else if (yyflag != yyok)
- return yyflag;
- }
- }
- }
- return yyok;
-}
-
-static void
-yyreportSyntaxError (yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- if (yystackp->yyerrState != 0)
- return;
-#if ! YYERROR_VERBOSE
- yyerror (]b4_lyyerror_args[YY_("syntax error"));
-#else
- {
- yySymbol yytoken = yychar == YYEMPTY ? YYEMPTY : YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- size_t yysize0 = yytnamerr (YY_NULL, yytokenName (yytoken));
- size_t yysize = yysize0;
- yybool yysize_overflow = yyfalse;
- char* yymsg = YY_NULL;
- enum { YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM = 5 };
- /* Internationalized format string. */
- const char *yyformat = YY_NULL;
- /* Arguments of yyformat. */
- char const *yyarg[YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM];
- /* Number of reported tokens (one for the "unexpected", one per
- "expected"). */
- int yycount = 0;
-
- /* There are many possibilities here to consider:
- - If this state is a consistent state with a default action, then
- the only way this function was invoked is if the default action
- is an error action. In that case, don't check for expected
- tokens because there are none.
- - The only way there can be no lookahead present (in yychar) is if
- this state is a consistent state with a default action. Thus,
- detecting the absence of a lookahead is sufficient to determine
- that there is no unexpected or expected token to report. In that
- case, just report a simple "syntax error".
- - Don't assume there isn't a lookahead just because this state is a
- consistent state with a default action. There might have been a
- previous inconsistent state, consistent state with a non-default
- action, or user semantic action that manipulated yychar.
- - Of course, the expected token list depends on states to have
- correct lookahead information, and it depends on the parser not
- to perform extra reductions after fetching a lookahead from the
- scanner and before detecting a syntax error. Thus, state merging
- (from LALR or IELR) and default reductions corrupt the expected
- token list. However, the list is correct for canonical LR with
- one exception: it will still contain any token that will not be
- accepted due to an error action in a later state.
- */
- if (yytoken != YYEMPTY)
- {
- int yyn = yypact[yystackp->yytops.yystates[0]->yylrState];
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytokenName (yytoken);
- if (!yypact_value_is_default (yyn))
- {
- /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative indexes in
- YYCHECK. In other words, skip the first -YYN actions for this
- state because they are default actions. */
- int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
- /* Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname. */
- int yychecklim = YYLAST - yyn + 1;
- int yyxend = yychecklim < YYNTOKENS ? yychecklim : YYNTOKENS;
- int yyx;
- for (yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
- if (yycheck[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != YYTERROR
- && !yytable_value_is_error (yytable[yyx + yyn]))
- {
- if (yycount == YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM)
- {
- yycount = 1;
- yysize = yysize0;
- break;
- }
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytokenName (yyx);
- {
- size_t yysz = yysize + yytnamerr (YY_NULL, yytokenName (yyx));
- yysize_overflow |= yysz < yysize;
- yysize = yysz;
- }
- }
- }
- }
-
- switch (yycount)
- {
-#define YYCASE_(N, S) \
- case N: \
- yyformat = S; \
- break
- YYCASE_(0, YY_("syntax error"));
- YYCASE_(1, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s"));
- YYCASE_(2, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s"));
- YYCASE_(3, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(4, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(5, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s or %s"));
-#undef YYCASE_
- }
-
- {
- size_t yysz = yysize + strlen (yyformat);
- yysize_overflow |= yysz < yysize;
- yysize = yysz;
- }
-
- if (!yysize_overflow)
- yymsg = (char *) YYMALLOC (yysize);
-
- if (yymsg)
- {
- char *yyp = yymsg;
- int yyi = 0;
- while ((*yyp = *yyformat))
- {
- if (*yyp == '%' && yyformat[1] == 's' && yyi < yycount)
- {
- yyp += yytnamerr (yyp, yyarg[yyi++]);
- yyformat += 2;
- }
- else
- {
- yyp++;
- yyformat++;
- }
- }
- yyerror (]b4_lyyerror_args[yymsg);
- YYFREE (yymsg);
- }
- else
- {
- yyerror (]b4_lyyerror_args[YY_("syntax error"));
- yyMemoryExhausted (yystackp);
- }
- }
-#endif /* YYERROR_VERBOSE */
- yynerrs += 1;
-}
-
-/* Recover from a syntax error on *YYSTACKP, assuming that *YYSTACKP->YYTOKENP,
- yylval, and yylloc are the syntactic category, semantic value, and location
- of the lookahead. */
-static void
-yyrecoverSyntaxError (yyGLRStack* yystackp]b4_user_formals[)
-{
- size_t yyk;
- int yyj;
-
- if (yystackp->yyerrState == 3)
- /* We just shifted the error token and (perhaps) took some
- reductions. Skip tokens until we can proceed. */
- while (yytrue)
- {
- yySymbol yytoken;
- if (yychar == YYEOF)
- yyFail (yystackp][]b4_lpure_args[, YY_NULL);
- if (yychar != YYEMPTY)
- {]b4_locations_if([[
- /* We throw away the lookahead, but the error range
- of the shifted error token must take it into account. */
- yyGLRState *yys = yystackp->yytops.yystates[0];
- yyGLRStackItem yyerror_range[3];
- yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yys->yyloc;
- yyerror_range[2].yystate.yyloc = yylloc;
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT ((yys->yyloc), yyerror_range, 2);]])[
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- yydestruct ("Error: discarding",
- yytoken, &yylval]b4_locuser_args([&yylloc])[);
- }
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Reading a token: "));
- yychar = ]b4_lex[;
- if (yychar <= YYEOF)
- {
- yychar = yytoken = YYEOF;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Now at end of input.\n"));
- }
- else
- {
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
- }
- yyj = yypact[yystackp->yytops.yystates[0]->yylrState];
- if (yypact_value_is_default (yyj))
- return;
- yyj += yytoken;
- if (yyj < 0 || YYLAST < yyj || yycheck[yyj] != yytoken)
- {
- if (yydefact[yystackp->yytops.yystates[0]->yylrState] != 0)
- return;
- }
- else if (! yytable_value_is_error (yytable[yyj]))
- return;
- }
-
- /* Reduce to one stack. */
- for (yyk = 0; yyk < yystackp->yytops.yysize; yyk += 1)
- if (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk] != YY_NULL)
- break;
- if (yyk >= yystackp->yytops.yysize)
- yyFail (yystackp][]b4_lpure_args[, YY_NULL);
- for (yyk += 1; yyk < yystackp->yytops.yysize; yyk += 1)
- yymarkStackDeleted (yystackp, yyk);
- yyremoveDeletes (yystackp);
- yycompressStack (yystackp);
-
- /* Now pop stack until we find a state that shifts the error token. */
- yystackp->yyerrState = 3;
- while (yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] != YY_NULL)
- {
- yyGLRState *yys = yystackp->yytops.yystates[0];
- yyj = yypact[yys->yylrState];
- if (! yypact_value_is_default (yyj))
- {
- yyj += YYTERROR;
- if (0 <= yyj && yyj <= YYLAST && yycheck[yyj] == YYTERROR
- && yyisShiftAction (yytable[yyj]))
- {
- /* Shift the error token. */]b4_locations_if([[
- /* First adjust its location.*/
- YYLTYPE yyerrloc;
- yystackp->yyerror_range[2].yystate.yyloc = yylloc;
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT (yyerrloc, (yystackp->yyerror_range), 2);]])[
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yystos[yytable[yyj]],
- &yylval, &yyerrloc);
- yyglrShift (yystackp, 0, yytable[yyj],
- yys->yyposn, &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yyerrloc])[);
- yys = yystackp->yytops.yystates[0];
- break;
- }
- }]b4_locations_if([[
- yystackp->yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yys->yyloc;]])[
- if (yys->yypred != YY_NULL)
- yydestroyGLRState ("Error: popping", yys]b4_user_args[);
- yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] = yys->yypred;
- yystackp->yynextFree -= 1;
- yystackp->yyspaceLeft += 1;
- }
- if (yystackp->yytops.yystates[0] == YY_NULL)
- yyFail (yystackp][]b4_lpure_args[, YY_NULL);
-}
-
-#define YYCHK1(YYE) \
- do { \
- switch (YYE) { \
- case yyok: \
- break; \
- case yyabort: \
- goto yyabortlab; \
- case yyaccept: \
- goto yyacceptlab; \
- case yyerr: \
- goto yyuser_error; \
- default: \
- goto yybuglab; \
- } \
- } while (0)
-
-/*----------.
-| yyparse. |
-`----------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yyparse], [int], b4_parse_param)[
-{
- int yyresult;
- yyGLRStack yystack;
- yyGLRStack* const yystackp = &yystack;
- size_t yyposn;
-
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Starting parse\n"));
-
- yychar = YYEMPTY;
- yylval = yyval_default;]b4_locations_if([
- yylloc = yyloc_default;])[
-]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-b4_dollar_pushdef([yylval], [], [yylloc])dnl
- /* User initialization code. */
- b4_user_initial_action
-b4_dollar_popdef])[]dnl
-[
- if (! yyinitGLRStack (yystackp, YYINITDEPTH))
- goto yyexhaustedlab;
- switch (YYSETJMP (yystack.yyexception_buffer))
- {
- case 0: break;
- case 1: goto yyabortlab;
- case 2: goto yyexhaustedlab;
- default: goto yybuglab;
- }
- yyglrShift (&yystack, 0, 0, 0, &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])[);
- yyposn = 0;
-
- while (yytrue)
- {
- /* For efficiency, we have two loops, the first of which is
- specialized to deterministic operation (single stack, no
- potential ambiguity). */
- /* Standard mode */
- while (yytrue)
- {
- yyRuleNum yyrule;
- int yyaction;
- const short int* yyconflicts;
-
- yyStateNum yystate = yystack.yytops.yystates[0]->yylrState;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Entering state %d\n", yystate));
- if (yystate == YYFINAL)
- goto yyacceptlab;
- if (yyisDefaultedState (yystate))
- {
- yyrule = yydefaultAction (yystate);
- if (yyrule == 0)
- {
-]b4_locations_if([[ yystack.yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yylloc;]])[
- yyreportSyntaxError (&yystack]b4_user_args[);
- goto yyuser_error;
- }
- YYCHK1 (yyglrReduce (&yystack, 0, yyrule, yytrue]b4_user_args[));
- }
- else
- {
- yySymbol yytoken;
- if (yychar == YYEMPTY)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Reading a token: "));
- yychar = ]b4_lex[;
- }
-
- if (yychar <= YYEOF)
- {
- yychar = yytoken = YYEOF;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Now at end of input.\n"));
- }
- else
- {
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
- }
-
- yygetLRActions (yystate, yytoken, &yyaction, &yyconflicts);
- if (*yyconflicts != 0)
- break;
- if (yyisShiftAction (yyaction))
- {
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
- yychar = YYEMPTY;
- yyposn += 1;
- yyglrShift (&yystack, 0, yyaction, yyposn, &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])[);
- if (0 < yystack.yyerrState)
- yystack.yyerrState -= 1;
- }
- else if (yyisErrorAction (yyaction))
- {
-]b4_locations_if([[ yystack.yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yylloc;]])[
- yyreportSyntaxError (&yystack]b4_user_args[);
- goto yyuser_error;
- }
- else
- YYCHK1 (yyglrReduce (&yystack, 0, -yyaction, yytrue]b4_user_args[));
- }
- }
-
- while (yytrue)
- {
- yySymbol yytoken_to_shift;
- size_t yys;
-
- for (yys = 0; yys < yystack.yytops.yysize; yys += 1)
- yystackp->yytops.yylookaheadNeeds[yys] = yychar != YYEMPTY;
-
- /* yyprocessOneStack returns one of three things:
-
- - An error flag. If the caller is yyprocessOneStack, it
- immediately returns as well. When the caller is finally
- yyparse, it jumps to an error label via YYCHK1.
-
- - yyok, but yyprocessOneStack has invoked yymarkStackDeleted
- (&yystack, yys), which sets the top state of yys to NULL. Thus,
- yyparse's following invocation of yyremoveDeletes will remove
- the stack.
-
- - yyok, when ready to shift a token.
-
- Except in the first case, yyparse will invoke yyremoveDeletes and
- then shift the next token onto all remaining stacks. This
- synchronization of the shift (that is, after all preceding
- reductions on all stacks) helps prevent double destructor calls
- on yylval in the event of memory exhaustion. */
-
- for (yys = 0; yys < yystack.yytops.yysize; yys += 1)
- YYCHK1 (yyprocessOneStack (&yystack, yys, yyposn]b4_lpure_args[));
- yyremoveDeletes (&yystack);
- if (yystack.yytops.yysize == 0)
- {
- yyundeleteLastStack (&yystack);
- if (yystack.yytops.yysize == 0)
- yyFail (&yystack][]b4_lpure_args[, YY_("syntax error"));
- YYCHK1 (yyresolveStack (&yystack]b4_user_args[));
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Returning to deterministic operation.\n"));
-]b4_locations_if([[ yystack.yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yylloc;]])[
- yyreportSyntaxError (&yystack]b4_user_args[);
- goto yyuser_error;
- }
-
- /* If any yyglrShift call fails, it will fail after shifting. Thus,
- a copy of yylval will already be on stack 0 in the event of a
- failure in the following loop. Thus, yychar is set to YYEMPTY
- before the loop to make sure the user destructor for yylval isn't
- called twice. */
- yytoken_to_shift = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- yychar = YYEMPTY;
- yyposn += 1;
- for (yys = 0; yys < yystack.yytops.yysize; yys += 1)
- {
- int yyaction;
- const short int* yyconflicts;
- yyStateNum yystate = yystack.yytops.yystates[yys]->yylrState;
- yygetLRActions (yystate, yytoken_to_shift, &yyaction,
- &yyconflicts);
- /* Note that yyconflicts were handled by yyprocessOneStack. */
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "On stack %lu, ", (unsigned long int) yys));
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("shifting", yytoken_to_shift, &yylval, &yylloc);
- yyglrShift (&yystack, yys, yyaction, yyposn,
- &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])[);
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack %lu now in state #%d\n",
- (unsigned long int) yys,
- yystack.yytops.yystates[yys]->yylrState));
- }
-
- if (yystack.yytops.yysize == 1)
- {
- YYCHK1 (yyresolveStack (&yystack]b4_user_args[));
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Returning to deterministic operation.\n"));
- yycompressStack (&yystack);
- break;
- }
- }
- continue;
- yyuser_error:
- yyrecoverSyntaxError (&yystack]b4_user_args[);
- yyposn = yystack.yytops.yystates[0]->yyposn;
- }
-
- yyacceptlab:
- yyresult = 0;
- goto yyreturn;
-
- yybuglab:
- YYASSERT (yyfalse);
- goto yyabortlab;
-
- yyabortlab:
- yyresult = 1;
- goto yyreturn;
-
- yyexhaustedlab:
- yyerror (]b4_lyyerror_args[YY_("memory exhausted"));
- yyresult = 2;
- goto yyreturn;
-
- yyreturn:
- if (yychar != YYEMPTY)
- yydestruct ("Cleanup: discarding lookahead",
- YYTRANSLATE (yychar), &yylval]b4_locuser_args([&yylloc])[);
-
- /* If the stack is well-formed, pop the stack until it is empty,
- destroying its entries as we go. But free the stack regardless
- of whether it is well-formed. */
- if (yystack.yyitems)
- {
- yyGLRState** yystates = yystack.yytops.yystates;
- if (yystates)
- {
- size_t yysize = yystack.yytops.yysize;
- size_t yyk;
- for (yyk = 0; yyk < yysize; yyk += 1)
- if (yystates[yyk])
- {
- while (yystates[yyk])
- {
- yyGLRState *yys = yystates[yyk];
-]b4_locations_if([[ yystack.yyerror_range[1].yystate.yyloc = yys->yyloc;]]
-)[ if (yys->yypred != YY_NULL)
- yydestroyGLRState ("Cleanup: popping", yys]b4_user_args[);
- yystates[yyk] = yys->yypred;
- yystack.yynextFree -= 1;
- yystack.yyspaceLeft += 1;
- }
- break;
- }
- }
- yyfreeGLRStack (&yystack);
- }
-
- return yyresult;
-}
-
-/* DEBUGGING ONLY */
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-static void
-yy_yypstack (yyGLRState* yys)
-{
- if (yys->yypred)
- {
- yy_yypstack (yys->yypred);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, " -> ");
- }
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%d@@%lu", yys->yylrState,
- (unsigned long int) yys->yyposn);
-}
-
-static void
-yypstates (yyGLRState* yyst)
-{
- if (yyst == YY_NULL)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "<null>");
- else
- yy_yypstack (yyst);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
-}
-
-static void
-yypstack (yyGLRStack* yystackp, size_t yyk)
-{
- yypstates (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyk]);
-}
-
-#define YYINDEX(YYX) \
- ((YYX) == YY_NULL ? -1 : (yyGLRStackItem*) (YYX) - yystackp->yyitems)
-
-
-static void
-yypdumpstack (yyGLRStack* yystackp)
-{
- yyGLRStackItem* yyp;
- size_t yyi;
- for (yyp = yystackp->yyitems; yyp < yystackp->yynextFree; yyp += 1)
- {
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%3lu. ",
- (unsigned long int) (yyp - yystackp->yyitems));
- if (*(yybool *) yyp)
- {
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Res: %d, LR State: %d, posn: %lu, pred: %ld",
- yyp->yystate.yyresolved, yyp->yystate.yylrState,
- (unsigned long int) yyp->yystate.yyposn,
- (long int) YYINDEX (yyp->yystate.yypred));
- if (! yyp->yystate.yyresolved)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, ", firstVal: %ld",
- (long int) YYINDEX (yyp->yystate
- .yysemantics.yyfirstVal));
- }
- else
- {
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Option. rule: %d, state: %ld, next: %ld",
- yyp->yyoption.yyrule - 1,
- (long int) YYINDEX (yyp->yyoption.yystate),
- (long int) YYINDEX (yyp->yyoption.yynext));
- }
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
- }
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Tops:");
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < yystackp->yytops.yysize; yyi += 1)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%lu: %ld; ", (unsigned long int) yyi,
- (long int) YYINDEX (yystackp->yytops.yystates[yyi]));
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
-}
-#endif
-
-#undef yylval
-#undef yychar
-#undef yynerrs]b4_locations_if([
-#undef yylloc])
-
-m4_if(b4_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the variable and function names. */
-#define yyparse ]b4_prefix[parse
-#define yylex ]b4_prefix[lex
-#define yyerror ]b4_prefix[error
-#define yylval ]b4_prefix[lval
-#define yychar ]b4_prefix[char
-#define yydebug ]b4_prefix[debug
-#define yynerrs ]b4_prefix[nerrs]b4_locations_if([[
-#define yylloc ]b4_prefix[lloc]])])[
-
-]b4_epilogue[]dnl
-b4_output_end()
-
-# glr.cc produces its own header.
-m4_if(b4_skeleton, ["glr.c"],
-[b4_defines_if(
-[b4_output_begin([b4_spec_defines_file])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton interface for Bison GLR parsers in C],
- [2002-2013])[
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_shared_declarations[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_output_end()
-])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.cc b/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.cc
deleted file mode 100644
index e57308bd..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/glr.cc
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,345 +0,0 @@
-# C++ GLR skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-
-# This skeleton produces a C++ class that encapsulates a C glr parser.
-# This is in order to reduce the maintenance burden. The glr.c
-# skeleton is clean and pure enough so that there are no real
-# problems. The C++ interface is the same as that of lalr1.cc. In
-# fact, glr.c can replace yacc.c without the user noticing any
-# difference, and similarly for glr.cc replacing lalr1.cc.
-#
-# The passing of parse-params
-#
-# The additional arguments are stored as members of the parser
-# object, yyparser. The C routines need to carry yyparser
-# throughout the C parser; that's easy: make yyparser an
-# additional parse-param. But because the C++ skeleton needs to
-# know the "real" original parse-param, we save them
-# (b4_parse_param_orig). Note that b4_parse_param is overquoted
-# (and c.m4 strips one level of quotes). This is a PITA, and
-# explains why there are so many levels of quotes.
-#
-# The locations
-#
-# We use location.cc just like lalr1.cc, but because glr.c stores
-# the locations in a union, the position and location classes
-# must not have a constructor. Therefore, contrary to lalr1.cc, we
-# must not define "b4_location_constructors". As a consequence the
-# user must initialize the first positions (in particular the
-# filename member).
-
-# We require a pure interface.
-m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [1])
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c++.m4])
-b4_bison_locations_if([m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[location.cc])])
-
-m4_define([b4_parser_class_name],
- [b4_percent_define_get([[parser_class_name]])])
-
-# Save the parse parameters.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_orig], m4_defn([b4_parse_param]))
-
-# b4_parse_param_wrap
-# -------------------
-# New ones.
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
-[m4_define([b4_parse_param_wrap],
- [[b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[& yyparser], [[yyparser]]],]
-m4_defn([b4_parse_param]))],
-[m4_define([b4_parse_param_wrap],
- [[b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[& yyparser], [[yyparser]]]])
-])
-
-
-# b4_yy_symbol_print_define
-# -------------------------
-# Bypass the default implementation to generate the "yy_symbol_print"
-# and "yy_symbol_value_print" functions.
-m4_define([b4_yy_symbol_print_define],
-[[
-/*--------------------.
-| Print this symbol. |
-`--------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yy_symbol_print],
- [static void],
- [[FILE *], []],
- [[int yytype], [yytype]],
- [[const ]b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[::semantic_type *yyvaluep],
- [yyvaluep]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if([,
- [[const ]b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[::location_type *yylocationp],
- [yylocationp]]]),
- b4_parse_param)[
-{
-]b4_parse_param_use[]dnl
-[ yyparser.yy_symbol_print_ (yytype, yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([, yylocationp])[);
-}
-]])[
-
-# Hijack the initial action to initialize the locations.
-]b4_bison_locations_if([m4_define([b4_initial_action],
-[yylloc.initialize ();]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-m4_defn([b4_initial_action])]))])[
-
-# Hijack the post prologue to insert early definition of YYLLOC_DEFAULT
-# and declaration of yyerror.
-]m4_append([b4_post_prologue],
-[b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])[
-]b4_yylloc_default_define[
-#define YYRHSLOC(Rhs, K) ((Rhs)[K].yystate.yyloc)
-]b4_function_declare([yyerror],
- [static void],b4_locations_if([
- [[const ]b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[::location_type *yylocationp],
- [yylocationp]],])
- b4_parse_param,
- [[const char* msg], [msg]])])
-
-
-#undef yynerrs
-#undef yychar
-#undef yylval]b4_locations_if([
-#undef yylloc])
-
-m4_if(b4_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the variable and function names. */
-#define yyparse ]b4_prefix[parse
-#define yylex ]b4_prefix[lex
-#define yyerror ]b4_prefix[error
-#define yydebug ]b4_prefix[debug
-]]b4_pure_if([], [[
-#define yylval ]b4_prefix[lval
-#define yychar ]b4_prefix[char
-#define yynerrs ]b4_prefix[nerrs]b4_locations_if([[
-#define yylloc ]b4_prefix[lloc]])]))
-
-# Hijack the epilogue to define implementations (yyerror, parser member
-# functions etc.).
-m4_append([b4_epilogue],
-[b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])[
-
-/*------------------.
-| Report an error. |
-`------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yyerror],
- [static void],b4_locations_if([
- [[const ]b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name[::location_type *yylocationp],
- [yylocationp]],])
- b4_parse_param,
- [[const char* msg], [msg]])[
-{
-]b4_parse_param_use[]dnl
-[ yyparser.error (]b4_locations_if([[*yylocationp, ]])[msg);
-}
-
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-]dnl In this section, the parse params are the original parse_params.
-m4_pushdef([b4_parse_param], m4_defn([b4_parse_param_orig]))dnl
-[ /// Build a parser object.
- ]b4_parser_class_name::b4_parser_class_name[ (]b4_parse_param_decl[)]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [
- :])[
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- ]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [ ], [ :])[yycdebug_ (&std::cerr)]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,])[
-#endif]b4_parse_param_cons[
- {
- }
-
- ]b4_parser_class_name::~b4_parser_class_name[ ()
- {
- }
-
- int
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::parse ()
- {
- return ::yyparse (*this]b4_user_args[);
- }
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- /*--------------------.
- | Print this symbol. |
- `--------------------*/
-
- inline void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_symbol_value_print_ (int yytype,
- const semantic_type* yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([[,
- const location_type* yylocationp]])[)
- {]b4_locations_if([[
- YYUSE (yylocationp);]])[
- YYUSE (yyvaluep);
- std::ostream& yyoutput = debug_stream ();
- std::ostream& yyo = yyoutput;
- YYUSE (yyo);
- ]b4_symbol_actions([printer])[
- }
-
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_symbol_print_ (int yytype,
- const semantic_type* yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([[,
- const location_type* yylocationp]])[)
- {
- *yycdebug_ << (yytype < YYNTOKENS ? "token" : "nterm")
- << ' ' << yytname[yytype] << " ("]b4_locations_if([[
- << *yylocationp << ": "]])[;
- yy_symbol_value_print_ (yytype, yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([[, yylocationp]])[);
- *yycdebug_ << ')';
- }
-
- std::ostream&
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_stream () const
- {
- return *yycdebug_;
- }
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::set_debug_stream (std::ostream& o)
- {
- yycdebug_ = &o;
- }
-
-
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_level_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_level () const
- {
- return yydebug;
- }
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::set_debug_level (debug_level_type l)
- {
- // Actually, it is yydebug which is really used.
- yydebug = l;
- }
-
-#endif
-]m4_popdef([b4_parse_param])dnl
-b4_namespace_close
-])
-
-# b4_shared_declarations
-# ----------------------
-# Declaration that might either go into the header (if --defines)
-# or open coded in the parser body.
-m4_define([b4_shared_declarations],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_parse_param], m4_defn([b4_parse_param_orig]))dnl
-b4_percent_code_get([[requires]])[
-
-#include <stdexcept>
-#include <string>
-#include <iostream>]b4_defines_if([
-b4_bison_locations_if([[#include "location.hh"]])])[
-
-]b4_YYDEBUG_define[
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-]b4_defines_if([],
-[b4_bison_locations_if([b4_position_define
-b4_location_define])])[
-
- /// A Bison parser.
- class ]b4_parser_class_name[
- {
- public:
-]b4_public_types_declare[
-
- /// Build a parser object.
- ]b4_parser_class_name[ (]b4_parse_param_decl[);
- virtual ~]b4_parser_class_name[ ();
-
- /// Parse.
- /// \returns 0 iff parsing succeeded.
- virtual int parse ();
-
- /// The current debugging stream.
- std::ostream& debug_stream () const;
- /// Set the current debugging stream.
- void set_debug_stream (std::ostream &);
-
- /// Type for debugging levels.
- typedef int debug_level_type;
- /// The current debugging level.
- debug_level_type debug_level () const;
- /// Set the current debugging level.
- void set_debug_level (debug_level_type l);
-
- public:
- /// Report a syntax error.]b4_locations_if([[
- /// \param loc where the syntax error is found.]])[
- /// \param msg a description of the syntax error.
- virtual void error (]b4_locations_if([[const location_type& loc, ]])[const std::string& msg);
-
-# if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- public:
- /// \brief Report a symbol value on the debug stream.
- /// \param yytype The token type.
- /// \param yyvaluep Its semantic value.]b4_locations_if([[
- /// \param yylocationp Its location.]])[
- virtual void yy_symbol_value_print_ (int yytype,
- const semantic_type* yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([[,
- const location_type* yylocationp]])[);
- /// \brief Report a symbol on the debug stream.
- /// \param yytype The token type.
- /// \param yyvaluep Its semantic value.]b4_locations_if([[
- /// \param yylocationp Its location.]])[
- virtual void yy_symbol_print_ (int yytype,
- const semantic_type* yyvaluep]b4_locations_if([[,
- const location_type* yylocationp]])[);
- private:
- // Debugging.
- std::ostream* yycdebug_;
-#endif
-
-]b4_parse_param_vars[
- };
-
-]dnl Redirections for glr.c.
-b4_percent_define_flag_if([[global_tokens_and_yystype]],
-[b4_token_defines])
-[
-#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE ]b4_namespace_ref[::]b4_parser_class_name[::semantic_type
-#endif
-#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE ]b4_namespace_ref[::]b4_parser_class_name[::location_type
-#endif
-
-]b4_namespace_close[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[provides]])[
-]m4_popdef([b4_parse_param])dnl
-])
-
-b4_defines_if(
-[b4_output_begin([b4_spec_defines_file])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton interface for Bison GLR parsers in C++],
- [2002-2013])[
-
-// C++ GLR parser skeleton written by Akim Demaille.
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_shared_declarations[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_output_end()])
-
-# Let glr.c (and b4_shared_declarations) believe that the user
-# arguments include the parser itself.
-m4_pushdef([b4_parse_param], m4_defn([b4_parse_param_wrap]))
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[glr.c])
-m4_popdef([b4_parse_param])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/java-skel.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/java-skel.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index 384a6370..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/java-skel.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# Java skeleton dispatching for Bison.
-
-# Copyright (C) 2007, 2009-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-b4_glr_if( [b4_complain([%%glr-parser not supported for Java])])
-b4_nondeterministic_if([b4_complain([%%nondeterministic-parser not supported for Java])])
-
-m4_define_default([b4_used_skeleton], [b4_pkgdatadir/[lalr1.java]])
-m4_define_default([b4_skeleton], ["b4_basename(b4_used_skeleton)"])
-
-m4_include(b4_used_skeleton)
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/java.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/java.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index f985f977..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/java.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,342 +0,0 @@
- -*- Autoconf -*-
-
-# Java language support for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2007-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c-like.m4])
-
-
-# b4_list2(LIST1, LIST2)
-# ----------------------
-# Join two lists with a comma if necessary.
-m4_define([b4_list2],
- [$1[]m4_ifval(m4_quote($1), [m4_ifval(m4_quote($2), [[, ]])])[]$2])
-
-
-# b4_percent_define_get3(DEF, PRE, POST, NOT)
-# -------------------------------------------
-# Expand to the value of DEF surrounded by PRE and POST if it's %define'ed,
-# otherwise NOT.
-m4_define([b4_percent_define_get3],
- [m4_ifval(m4_quote(b4_percent_define_get([$1])),
- [$2[]b4_percent_define_get([$1])[]$3], [$4])])
-
-
-
-# b4_flag_value(BOOLEAN-FLAG)
-# ---------------------------
-m4_define([b4_flag_value], [b4_flag_if([$1], [true], [false])])
-
-
-# b4_public_if(TRUE, FALSE)
-# -------------------------
-b4_percent_define_default([[public]], [[false]])
-m4_define([b4_public_if],
-[b4_percent_define_flag_if([public], [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_abstract_if(TRUE, FALSE)
-# ---------------------------
-b4_percent_define_default([[abstract]], [[false]])
-m4_define([b4_abstract_if],
-[b4_percent_define_flag_if([abstract], [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_final_if(TRUE, FALSE)
-# ---------------------------
-b4_percent_define_default([[final]], [[false]])
-m4_define([b4_final_if],
-[b4_percent_define_flag_if([final], [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_strictfp_if(TRUE, FALSE)
-# ---------------------------
-b4_percent_define_default([[strictfp]], [[false]])
-m4_define([b4_strictfp_if],
-[b4_percent_define_flag_if([strictfp], [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_lexer_if(TRUE, FALSE)
-# ------------------------
-m4_define([b4_lexer_if],
-[b4_percent_code_ifdef([[lexer]], [$1], [$2])])
-
-
-# b4_identification
-# -----------------
-m4_define([b4_identification],
-[ /** Version number for the Bison executable that generated this parser. */
- public static final String bisonVersion = "b4_version";
-
- /** Name of the skeleton that generated this parser. */
- public static final String bisonSkeleton = b4_skeleton;
-])
-
-
-## ------------ ##
-## Data types. ##
-## ------------ ##
-
-# b4_int_type(MIN, MAX)
-# ---------------------
-# Return the smallest int type able to handle numbers ranging from
-# MIN to MAX (included).
-m4_define([b4_int_type],
-[m4_if(b4_ints_in($@, [-128], [127]), [1], [byte],
- b4_ints_in($@, [-32768], [32767]), [1], [short],
- [int])])
-
-# b4_int_type_for(NAME)
-# ---------------------
-# Return the smallest int type able to handle numbers ranging from
-# 'NAME_min' to 'NAME_max' (included).
-m4_define([b4_int_type_for],
-[b4_int_type($1_min, $1_max)])
-
-# b4_null
-# -------
-m4_define([b4_null], [null])
-
-
-# b4_typed_parser_table_define(TYPE, NAME, DATA, COMMENT)
-# -------------------------------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_typed_parser_table_define],
-[m4_ifval([$4], [b4_comment([$4])
- ])dnl
-[private static final ]$1[ yy$2_[] = yy$2_init();
- private static final ]$1[[] yy$2_init()
- {
- return new ]$1[[]
- {
- ]$3[
- };
- }]])
-
-
-# b4_integral_parser_table_define(NAME, DATA, COMMENT)
-#-----------------------------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_integral_parser_table_define],
-[b4_typed_parser_table_define([b4_int_type_for([$2])], [$1], [$2], [$3])])
-
-
-## ------------------------- ##
-## Assigning token numbers. ##
-## ------------------------- ##
-
-# b4_token_enum(TOKEN-NUM)
-# ------------------------
-# Output the definition of this token as an enum.
-m4_define([b4_token_enum],
-[b4_token_format([ /** Token number, to be returned by the scanner. */
- static final int %s = %s;
-], [$1])])
-
-# b4_token_enums
-# --------------
-# Output the definition of the tokens (if there are) as enums.
-m4_define([b4_token_enums],
-[b4_any_token_visible_if([/* Tokens. */
-b4_symbol_foreach([b4_token_enum])])])
-
-# b4-case(ID, CODE)
-# -----------------
-# We need to fool Java's stupid unreachable code detection.
-m4_define([b4_case], [ case $1:
- if (yyn == $1)
- $2;
- break;
- ])
-
-# b4_predicate_case(LABEL, CONDITIONS)
-# ------------------------------------
-m4_define([b4_predicate_case], [ case $1:
- if (! ($2)) YYERROR;
- break;
- ])
-
-
-## -------- ##
-## Checks. ##
-## -------- ##
-
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[api.value.type]], [code], [deprecated])
-
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[annotations]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[extends]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[implements]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[init_throws]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[lex_throws]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[parser_class_name]], [code], [deprecated])
-b4_percent_define_check_kind([[throws]], [code], [deprecated])
-
-
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-m4_define([b4_yystype], [b4_percent_define_get([[api.value.type]])])
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.value.type]], [[Object]])
-
-# %name-prefix
-m4_define_default([b4_prefix], [[YY]])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[parser_class_name]], [b4_prefix[]Parser])
-m4_define([b4_parser_class_name], [b4_percent_define_get([[parser_class_name]])])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[lex_throws]], [[java.io.IOException]])
-m4_define([b4_lex_throws], [b4_percent_define_get([[lex_throws]])])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[throws]], [])
-m4_define([b4_throws], [b4_percent_define_get([[throws]])])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[init_throws]], [])
-m4_define([b4_init_throws], [b4_percent_define_get([[init_throws]])])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.location.type]], [Location])
-m4_define([b4_location_type], [b4_percent_define_get([[api.location.type]])])
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.position.type]], [Position])
-m4_define([b4_position_type], [b4_percent_define_get([[api.position.type]])])
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Semantic Values. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_lhs_value([TYPE])
-# --------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_value], [yyval])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_value(RULE-LENGTH, NUM, [TYPE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH
-# symbols on RHS.
-#
-# In this simple implementation, %token and %type have class names
-# between the angle brackets.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_value],
-[(m4_ifval($3, [($3)])[](yystack.valueAt ($1-($2))))])
-
-# b4_lhs_location()
-# -----------------
-# Expansion of @$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_location],
-[(yyloc)])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_location(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Expansion of @NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols
-# on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_location],
-[yystack.locationAt ($1-($2))])
-
-
-# b4_lex_param
-# b4_parse_param
-# --------------
-# If defined, b4_lex_param arrives double quoted, but below we prefer
-# it to be single quoted. Same for b4_parse_param.
-
-# TODO: should be in bison.m4
-m4_define_default([b4_lex_param], [[]])
-m4_define([b4_lex_param], b4_lex_param)
-m4_define([b4_parse_param], b4_parse_param)
-
-# b4_lex_param_decl
-# -----------------
-# Extra formal arguments of the constructor.
-m4_define([b4_lex_param_decl],
-[m4_ifset([b4_lex_param],
- [b4_remove_comma([$1],
- b4_param_decls(b4_lex_param))],
- [$1])])
-
-m4_define([b4_param_decls],
- [m4_map([b4_param_decl], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_param_decl], [, $1])
-
-m4_define([b4_remove_comma], [m4_ifval(m4_quote($1), [$1, ], [])m4_shift2($@)])
-
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_decl
-# -------------------
-# Extra formal arguments of the constructor.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_decl],
-[m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [b4_remove_comma([$1],
- b4_param_decls(b4_parse_param))],
- [$1])])
-
-
-
-# b4_lex_param_call
-# -----------------
-# Delegating the lexer parameters to the lexer constructor.
-m4_define([b4_lex_param_call],
- [m4_ifset([b4_lex_param],
- [b4_remove_comma([$1],
- b4_param_calls(b4_lex_param))],
- [$1])])
-m4_define([b4_param_calls],
- [m4_map([b4_param_call], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_param_call], [, $2])
-
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_cons
-# -------------------
-# Extra initialisations of the constructor.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_cons],
- [m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [b4_constructor_calls(b4_parse_param)])])
-
-m4_define([b4_constructor_calls],
- [m4_map([b4_constructor_call], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_constructor_call],
- [this.$2 = $2;
- ])
-
-
-
-# b4_parse_param_vars
-# -------------------
-# Extra instance variables.
-m4_define([b4_parse_param_vars],
- [m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [
- /* User arguments. */
-b4_var_decls(b4_parse_param)])])
-
-m4_define([b4_var_decls],
- [m4_map_sep([b4_var_decl], [
-], [$@])])
-m4_define([b4_var_decl],
- [ protected final $1;])
-
-
-
-# b4_maybe_throws(THROWS)
-# -----------------------
-# Expand to either an empty string or "throws THROWS".
-m4_define([b4_maybe_throws],
- [m4_ifval($1, [throws $1])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.cc b/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.cc
deleted file mode 100644
index 3294f591..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.cc
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1161 +0,0 @@
-# C++ skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c++.m4])
-
-# api.value.type=variant is valid.
-m4_define([b4_value_type_setup_variant])
-
-# b4_integral_parser_table_declare(TABLE-NAME, CONTENT, COMMENT)
-# --------------------------------------------------------------
-# Declare "parser::yy<TABLE-NAME>_" whose contents is CONTENT.
-m4_define([b4_integral_parser_table_declare],
-[m4_ifval([$3], [b4_comment([$3], [ ])
-])dnl
- static const b4_int_type_for([$2]) yy$1_[[]];dnl
-])
-
-# b4_integral_parser_table_define(TABLE-NAME, CONTENT, COMMENT)
-# -------------------------------------------------------------
-# Define "parser::yy<TABLE-NAME>_" whose contents is CONTENT.
-m4_define([b4_integral_parser_table_define],
-[ const b4_int_type_for([$2])
- b4_parser_class_name::yy$1_[[]] =
- {
- $2
- };dnl
-])
-
-# b4_symbol_value_template(VAL, [TYPE])
-# -------------------------------------
-# Same as b4_symbol_value, but used in a template method. It makes
-# a difference when using variants. Note that b4_value_type_setup_union
-# overrides b4_symbol_value, so we must override it again.
-m4_copy([b4_symbol_value], [b4_symbol_value_template])
-m4_append([b4_value_type_setup_union],
- [m4_copy_force([b4_symbol_value_union], [b4_symbol_value_template])])
-
-# b4_lhs_value([TYPE])
-# --------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_value],
- [b4_symbol_value([yylhs.value], [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_lhs_location()
-# -----------------
-# Expansion of @$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_location],
- [yylhs.location])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_data(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# -----------------------------
-# Return the data corresponding to the symbol #NUM, where the current
-# rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_data],
- [yystack_@{b4_subtract($@)@}])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_state(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ------------------------------
-# The state corresponding to the symbol #NUM, where the current
-# rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_state],
- [b4_rhs_data([$1], [$2]).state])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_value(RULE-LENGTH, NUM, [TYPE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH
-# symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_value],
- [b4_symbol_value([b4_rhs_data([$1], [$2]).value], [$3])])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_location(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Expansion of @NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols
-# on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_location],
- [b4_rhs_data([$1], [$2]).location])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_action(SYMBOL-NUM, KIND)
-# ----------------------------------
-# Run the action KIND (destructor or printer) for SYMBOL-NUM.
-# Same as in C, but using references instead of pointers.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_action],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_$2],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_symbol_value], m4_defn([b4_symbol_value_template]))[]dnl
-b4_dollar_pushdef([yysym.value],
- b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
- [m4_dquote(b4_symbol([$1], [type]))]),
- [yysym.location])dnl
- b4_symbol_case_([$1])
-b4_syncline([b4_symbol([$1], [$2_line])], ["b4_symbol([$1], [$2_file])"])
- b4_symbol([$1], [$2])
-b4_syncline([@oline@], [@ofile@])
- break;
-
-m4_popdef([b4_symbol_value])[]dnl
-b4_dollar_popdef[]dnl
-])])
-
-
-# b4_lex
-# ------
-# Call yylex.
-m4_define([b4_lex],
-[b4_token_ctor_if(
-[b4_function_call([yylex],
- [symbol_type], m4_ifdef([b4_lex_param], b4_lex_param))],
-[b4_function_call([yylex], [int],
- [b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE*], [&yyla.value]][]dnl
-b4_locations_if([, [[location*], [&yyla.location]]])dnl
-m4_ifdef([b4_lex_param], [, ]b4_lex_param))])])
-
-
-m4_pushdef([b4_copyright_years],
- [2002-2013])
-
-m4_define([b4_parser_class_name],
- [b4_percent_define_get([[parser_class_name]])])
-
-b4_bison_locations_if([# Backward compatibility.
- m4_define([b4_location_constructors])
- m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[location.cc])])
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[stack.hh])
-b4_variant_if([m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[variant.hh])])
-
-# b4_shared_declarations
-# ----------------------
-# Declaration that might either go into the header (if --defines)
-# or open coded in the parser body.
-m4_define([b4_shared_declarations],
-[b4_percent_code_get([[requires]])[
-]b4_parse_assert_if([# include <cassert>])[
-# include <vector>
-# include <iostream>
-# include <stdexcept>
-# include <string>]b4_defines_if([[
-# include "stack.hh"
-]b4_bison_locations_if([[# include "location.hh"]])])[
-]b4_variant_if([b4_variant_includes])[
-
-]b4_YYDEBUG_define[
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-
-]b4_defines_if([],
-[b4_stack_define
-b4_bison_locations_if([b4_position_define
-b4_location_define])])[
-
-]b4_variant_if([b4_variant_define])[
-
- /// A Bison parser.
- class ]b4_parser_class_name[
- {
- public:
-]b4_public_types_declare[
- /// Build a parser object.
- ]b4_parser_class_name[ (]b4_parse_param_decl[);
- virtual ~]b4_parser_class_name[ ();
-
- /// Parse.
- /// \returns 0 iff parsing succeeded.
- virtual int parse ();
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- /// The current debugging stream.
- std::ostream& debug_stream () const;
- /// Set the current debugging stream.
- void set_debug_stream (std::ostream &);
-
- /// Type for debugging levels.
- typedef int debug_level_type;
- /// The current debugging level.
- debug_level_type debug_level () const;
- /// Set the current debugging level.
- void set_debug_level (debug_level_type l);
-#endif
-
- /// Report a syntax error.]b4_locations_if([[
- /// \param loc where the syntax error is found.]])[
- /// \param msg a description of the syntax error.
- virtual void error (]b4_locations_if([[const location_type& loc, ]])[const std::string& msg);
-
- /// Report a syntax error.
- void error (const syntax_error& err);
-
- private:
- /// This class is not copyable.
- ]b4_parser_class_name[ (const ]b4_parser_class_name[&);
- ]b4_parser_class_name[& operator= (const ]b4_parser_class_name[&);
-
- /// State numbers.
- typedef int state_type;
-
- /// Generate an error message.
- /// \param yystate the state where the error occurred.
- /// \param yytoken the lookahead token type, or yyempty_.
- virtual std::string yysyntax_error_ (state_type yystate,
- symbol_number_type yytoken) const;
-
- /// Compute post-reduction state.
- /// \param yystate the current state
- /// \param yylhs the nonterminal to push on the stack
- state_type yy_lr_goto_state_ (state_type yystate, int yylhs);
-
- /// Whether the given \c yypact_ value indicates a defaulted state.
- /// \param yyvalue the value to check
- static bool yy_pact_value_is_default_ (int yyvalue);
-
- /// Whether the given \c yytable_ value indicates a syntax error.
- /// \param yyvalue the value to check
- static bool yy_table_value_is_error_ (int yyvalue);
-
- static const ]b4_int_type(b4_pact_ninf, b4_pact_ninf)[ yypact_ninf_;
- static const ]b4_int_type(b4_table_ninf, b4_table_ninf)[ yytable_ninf_;
-
- /// Convert a scanner token number \a t to a symbol number.
- static token_number_type yytranslate_ (]b4_token_ctor_if([token_type], [int])[ t);
-
- // Tables.
-]b4_parser_tables_declare[]b4_error_verbose_if([
-
- /// Convert the symbol name \a n to a form suitable for a diagnostic.
- static std::string yytnamerr_ (const char *n);])[
-
-]b4_token_table_if([], [[#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG]])[
- /// For a symbol, its name in clear.
- static const char* const yytname_[];
-]b4_token_table_if([[#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG]])[
-]b4_integral_parser_table_declare([rline], [b4_rline],
- [[YYRLINE[YYN] -- Source line where rule number YYN was defined.]])[
- /// Report on the debug stream that the rule \a r is going to be reduced.
- virtual void yy_reduce_print_ (int r);
- /// Print the state stack on the debug stream.
- virtual void yystack_print_ ();
-
- // Debugging.
- int yydebug_;
- std::ostream* yycdebug_;
-
- /// \brief Display a symbol type, value and location.
- /// \param yyo The output stream.
- /// \param yysym The symbol.
- template <typename Base>
- void yy_print_ (std::ostream& yyo, const basic_symbol<Base>& yysym) const;
-#endif
-
- /// \brief Reclaim the memory associated to a symbol.
- /// \param yymsg Why this token is reclaimed.
- /// If null, print nothing.
- /// \param s The symbol.
- template <typename Base>
- void yy_destroy_ (const char* yymsg, basic_symbol<Base>& yysym) const;
-
- private:
- /// Type access provider for state based symbols.
- struct by_state
- {
- /// Default constructor.
- by_state ();
-
- /// The symbol type as needed by the constructor.
- typedef state_type kind_type;
-
- /// Constructor.
- by_state (kind_type s);
-
- /// Copy constructor.
- by_state (const by_state& other);
-
- /// Steal the symbol type from \a that.
- void move (by_state& that);
-
- /// The (internal) type number (corresponding to \a state).
- /// "empty" when empty.
- symbol_number_type type_get () const;
-
- enum { empty = 0 };
-
- /// The state.
- state_type state;
- };
-
- /// "Internal" symbol: element of the stack.
- struct stack_symbol_type : basic_symbol<by_state>
- {
- /// Superclass.
- typedef basic_symbol<by_state> super_type;
- /// Construct an empty symbol.
- stack_symbol_type ();
- /// Steal the contents from \a sym to build this.
- stack_symbol_type (state_type s, symbol_type& sym);
- /// Assignment, needed by push_back.
- stack_symbol_type& operator= (const stack_symbol_type& that);
- };
-
- /// Stack type.
- typedef stack<stack_symbol_type> stack_type;
-
- /// The stack.
- stack_type yystack_;
-
- /// Push a new state on the stack.
- /// \param m a debug message to display
- /// if null, no trace is output.
- /// \param s the symbol
- /// \warning the contents of \a s.value is stolen.
- void yypush_ (const char* m, stack_symbol_type& s);
-
- /// Push a new look ahead token on the state on the stack.
- /// \param m a debug message to display
- /// if null, no trace is output.
- /// \param s the state
- /// \param sym the symbol (for its value and location).
- /// \warning the contents of \a s.value is stolen.
- void yypush_ (const char* m, state_type s, symbol_type& sym);
-
- /// Pop \a n symbols the three stacks.
- void yypop_ (unsigned int n = 1);
-
- // Constants.
- enum
- {
- yyeof_ = 0,
- yylast_ = ]b4_last[, //< Last index in yytable_.
- yynnts_ = ]b4_nterms_number[, //< Number of nonterminal symbols.
- yyempty_ = -2,
- yyfinal_ = ]b4_final_state_number[, //< Termination state number.
- yyterror_ = 1,
- yyerrcode_ = 256,
- yyntokens_ = ]b4_tokens_number[ //< Number of tokens.
- };
-
-]b4_parse_param_vars[
- };
-
-]b4_token_ctor_if([b4_yytranslate_define
-b4_public_types_define])[
-]b4_namespace_close[
-
-]b4_percent_define_flag_if([[global_tokens_and_yystype]],
-[b4_token_defines
-
-#ifndef ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE
- // Redirection for backward compatibility.
-# define ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE b4_namespace_ref::b4_parser_class_name::semantic_type
-#endif
-])[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[provides]])[
-]])
-
-b4_defines_if(
-[b4_output_begin([b4_spec_defines_file])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton interface for Bison LALR(1) parsers in C++])
-[
-/**
- ** \file ]b4_spec_defines_file[
- ** Define the ]b4_namespace_ref[::parser class.
- */
-
-// C++ LALR(1) parser skeleton written by Akim Demaille.
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_shared_declarations[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_spec_defines_file])
-b4_output_end()
-])
-
-
-b4_output_begin([b4_parser_file_name])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton implementation for Bison LALR(1) parsers in C++])
-b4_percent_code_get([[top]])[]dnl
-m4_if(b4_prefix, [yy], [],
-[
-// Take the name prefix into account.
-#define yylex b4_prefix[]lex])[
-
-// First part of user declarations.
-]b4_user_pre_prologue[
-
-]b4_null_define[
-
-]b4_defines_if([[#include "@basename(]b4_spec_defines_file[@)"]],
- [b4_shared_declarations])[
-
-// User implementation prologue.
-]b4_user_post_prologue[
-]b4_percent_code_get[
-
-#ifndef YY_
-# if defined YYENABLE_NLS && YYENABLE_NLS
-# if ENABLE_NLS
-# include <libintl.h> // FIXME: INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE.
-# define YY_(msgid) dgettext ("bison-runtime", msgid)
-# endif
-# endif
-# ifndef YY_
-# define YY_(msgid) msgid
-# endif
-#endif
-
-]b4_locations_if([dnl
-[#define YYRHSLOC(Rhs, K) ((Rhs)[K].location)
-]b4_yylloc_default_define])[
-
-// Suppress unused-variable warnings by "using" E.
-#define YYUSE(E) ((void) (E))
-
-// Enable debugging if requested.
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-// A pseudo ostream that takes yydebug_ into account.
-# define YYCDEBUG if (yydebug_) (*yycdebug_)
-
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Symbol) \
- do { \
- if (yydebug_) \
- { \
- *yycdebug_ << Title << ' '; \
- yy_print_ (*yycdebug_, Symbol); \
- *yycdebug_ << std::endl; \
- } \
- } while (false)
-
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule) \
- do { \
- if (yydebug_) \
- yy_reduce_print_ (Rule); \
- } while (false)
-
-# define YY_STACK_PRINT() \
- do { \
- if (yydebug_) \
- yystack_print_ (); \
- } while (false)
-
-#else // !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-# define YYCDEBUG if (false) std::cerr
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Symbol) YYUSE(Symbol)
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule) static_cast<void>(0)
-# define YY_STACK_PRINT() static_cast<void>(0)
-
-#endif // !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-#define yyerrok (yyerrstatus_ = 0)
-#define yyclearin (yyempty = true)
-
-#define YYACCEPT goto yyacceptlab
-#define YYABORT goto yyabortlab
-#define YYERROR goto yyerrorlab
-#define YYRECOVERING() (!!yyerrstatus_)
-
-]b4_namespace_open[]b4_error_verbose_if([[
-
- /* Return YYSTR after stripping away unnecessary quotes and
- backslashes, so that it's suitable for yyerror. The heuristic is
- that double-quoting is unnecessary unless the string contains an
- apostrophe, a comma, or backslash (other than backslash-backslash).
- YYSTR is taken from yytname. */
- std::string
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yytnamerr_ (const char *yystr)
- {
- if (*yystr == '"')
- {
- std::string yyr = "";
- char const *yyp = yystr;
-
- for (;;)
- switch (*++yyp)
- {
- case '\'':
- case ',':
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
-
- case '\\':
- if (*++yyp != '\\')
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
- // Fall through.
- default:
- yyr += *yyp;
- break;
-
- case '"':
- return yyr;
- }
- do_not_strip_quotes: ;
- }
-
- return yystr;
- }
-]])[
-
- /// Build a parser object.
- ]b4_parser_class_name::b4_parser_class_name[ (]b4_parse_param_decl[)]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [
- :])[
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- ]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [ ], [ :])[yydebug_ (false),
- yycdebug_ (&std::cerr)]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,])[
-#endif]b4_parse_param_cons[
- {}
-
- ]b4_parser_class_name::~b4_parser_class_name[ ()
- {}
-
-
- /*---------------.
- | Symbol types. |
- `---------------*/
-
-]b4_token_ctor_if([], [b4_public_types_define])[
-
- // by_state.
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_state::by_state ()
- : state (empty)
- {}
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_state::by_state (const by_state& other)
- : state (other.state)
- {}
-
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_state::move (by_state& that)
- {
- state = that.state;
- that.state = empty;
- }
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_state::by_state (state_type s)
- : state (s)
- {}
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::symbol_number_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::by_state::type_get () const
- {
- return state == empty ? 0 : yystos_[state];
- }
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::stack_symbol_type::stack_symbol_type ()
- {}
-
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::stack_symbol_type::stack_symbol_type (state_type s, symbol_type& that)
- : super_type (s]b4_locations_if([, that.location])[)
- {
- ]b4_variant_if([b4_symbol_variant([that.type_get ()],
- [value], [move], [that.value])],
- [[value = that.value;]])[
- // that is emptied.
- that.type = empty;
- }
-
- inline
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::stack_symbol_type&
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::stack_symbol_type::operator= (const stack_symbol_type& that)
- {
- state = that.state;
- ]b4_variant_if([b4_symbol_variant([that.type_get ()],
- [value], [copy], [that.value])],
- [[value = that.value;]])[]b4_locations_if([
- location = that.location;])[
- return *this;
- }
-
-
- template <typename Base>
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_destroy_ (const char* yymsg, basic_symbol<Base>& yysym) const
- {
- if (yymsg)
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT (yymsg, yysym);]b4_variant_if([], [
-
- // User destructor.
- b4_symbol_actions([destructor], [yysym.type_get ()])])[
- }
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- template <typename Base>
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_print_ (std::ostream& yyo,
- const basic_symbol<Base>& yysym) const
- {
- std::ostream& yyoutput = yyo;
- YYUSE (yyoutput);
- symbol_number_type yytype = yysym.type_get ();
- yyo << (yytype < yyntokens_ ? "token" : "nterm")
- << ' ' << yytname_[yytype] << " ("]b4_locations_if([
- << yysym.location << ": "])[;
- ]b4_symbol_actions([printer])[
- yyo << ')';
- }
-#endif
-
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yypush_ (const char* m, state_type s, symbol_type& sym)
- {
- stack_symbol_type t (s, sym);
- yypush_ (m, t);
- }
-
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yypush_ (const char* m, stack_symbol_type& s)
- {
- if (m)
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT (m, s);
- yystack_.push (s);
- }
-
- inline
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yypop_ (unsigned int n)
- {
- yystack_.pop (n);
- }
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- std::ostream&
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_stream () const
- {
- return *yycdebug_;
- }
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::set_debug_stream (std::ostream& o)
- {
- yycdebug_ = &o;
- }
-
-
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_level_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::debug_level () const
- {
- return yydebug_;
- }
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::set_debug_level (debug_level_type l)
- {
- yydebug_ = l;
- }
-#endif // ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
- inline ]b4_parser_class_name[::state_type
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_lr_goto_state_ (state_type yystate, int yylhs)
- {
- int yyr = yypgoto_[yylhs - yyntokens_] + yystate;
- if (0 <= yyr && yyr <= yylast_ && yycheck_[yyr] == yystate)
- return yytable_[yyr];
- else
- return yydefgoto_[yylhs - yyntokens_];
- }
-
- inline bool
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_pact_value_is_default_ (int yyvalue)
- {
- return yyvalue == yypact_ninf_;
- }
-
- inline bool
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_table_value_is_error_ (int yyvalue)
- {
- return yyvalue == yytable_ninf_;
- }
-
- int
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::parse ()
- {
- /// Whether yyla contains a lookahead.
- bool yyempty = true;
-
- // State.
- int yyn;
- int yylen = 0;
-
- // Error handling.
- int yynerrs_ = 0;
- int yyerrstatus_ = 0;
-
- /// The lookahead symbol.
- symbol_type yyla;]b4_locations_if([[
-
- /// The locations where the error started and ended.
- stack_symbol_type yyerror_range[3];]])[
-
- /// $$ and @@$.
- stack_symbol_type yylhs;
-
- /// The return value of parse ().
- int yyresult;
-
- // FIXME: This shoud be completely indented. It is not yet to
- // avoid gratuitous conflicts when merging into the master branch.
- try
- {
- YYCDEBUG << "Starting parse" << std::endl;
-
-]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-b4_dollar_pushdef([yyla.value], [], [yyla.location])dnl
- // User initialization code.
- b4_user_initial_action
-b4_dollar_popdef])[]dnl
-
- [ /* Initialize the stack. The initial state will be set in
- yynewstate, since the latter expects the semantical and the
- location values to have been already stored, initialize these
- stacks with a primary value. */
- yystack_.clear ();
- yypush_ (YY_NULL, 0, yyla);
-
- // A new symbol was pushed on the stack.
- yynewstate:
- YYCDEBUG << "Entering state " << yystack_[0].state << std::endl;
-
- // Accept?
- if (yystack_[0].state == yyfinal_)
- goto yyacceptlab;
-
- goto yybackup;
-
- // Backup.
- yybackup:
-
- // Try to take a decision without lookahead.
- yyn = yypact_[yystack_[0].state];
- if (yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- goto yydefault;
-
- // Read a lookahead token.
- if (yyempty)
- {
- YYCDEBUG << "Reading a token: ";
- try
- {]b4_token_ctor_if([[
- symbol_type yylookahead (]b4_lex[);
- yyla.move (yylookahead);]], [[
- yyla.type = yytranslate_ (]b4_lex[);]])[
- }
- catch (const syntax_error& yyexc)
- {
- error (yyexc);
- goto yyerrlab1;
- }
- yyempty = false;
- }
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yyla);
-
- /* If the proper action on seeing token YYLA.TYPE is to reduce or
- to detect an error, take that action. */
- yyn += yyla.type_get ();
- if (yyn < 0 || yylast_ < yyn || yycheck_[yyn] != yyla.type_get ())
- goto yydefault;
-
- // Reduce or error.
- yyn = yytable_[yyn];
- if (yyn <= 0)
- {
- if (yy_table_value_is_error_ (yyn))
- goto yyerrlab;
- yyn = -yyn;
- goto yyreduce;
- }
-
- // Discard the token being shifted.
- yyempty = true;
-
- // Count tokens shifted since error; after three, turn off error status.
- if (yyerrstatus_)
- --yyerrstatus_;
-
- // Shift the lookahead token.
- yypush_ ("Shifting", yyn, yyla);
- goto yynewstate;
-
- /*-----------------------------------------------------------.
- | yydefault -- do the default action for the current state. |
- `-----------------------------------------------------------*/
- yydefault:
- yyn = yydefact_[yystack_[0].state];
- if (yyn == 0)
- goto yyerrlab;
- goto yyreduce;
-
- /*-----------------------------.
- | yyreduce -- Do a reduction. |
- `-----------------------------*/
- yyreduce:
- yylen = yyr2_[yyn];
- yylhs.state = yy_lr_goto_state_(yystack_[yylen].state, yyr1_[yyn]);]b4_variant_if([
- /* Variants are always initialized to an empty instance of the
- correct type. The default $$=$1 action is NOT applied when using
- variants. */
- b4_symbol_variant([[yyr1_@{yyn@}]], [yylhs.value], [build])],[
- /* If YYLEN is nonzero, implement the default value of the action:
- '$$ = $1'. Otherwise, use the top of the stack.
-
- Otherwise, the following line sets YYLHS.VALUE to garbage.
- This behavior is undocumented and Bison
- users should not rely upon it. */
- if (yylen)
- yylhs.value = yystack_@{yylen - 1@}.value;
- else
- yylhs.value = yystack_@{0@}.value;])[
-]b4_locations_if([dnl
-[
- // Compute the default @@$.
- {
- slice<stack_symbol_type, stack_type> slice (yystack_, yylen);
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT (yylhs.location, slice, yylen);
- }]])[
-
- // Perform the reduction.
- YY_REDUCE_PRINT (yyn);
- try
- {
- switch (yyn)
- {
-]b4_user_actions[
- default:
- break;
- }
- }
- catch (const syntax_error& yyexc)
- {
- error (yyexc);
- YYERROR;
- }
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("-> $$ =", yylhs);
- yypop_ (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
- YY_STACK_PRINT ();
-
- // Shift the result of the reduction.
- yypush_ (YY_NULL, yylhs);
- goto yynewstate;
-
- /*--------------------------------------.
- | yyerrlab -- here on detecting error. |
- `--------------------------------------*/
- yyerrlab:
- // If not already recovering from an error, report this error.
- if (!yyerrstatus_)
- {
- ++yynerrs_;
- error (]b4_join(b4_locations_if([yyla.location]),
- [[yysyntax_error_ (yystack_[0].state,
- yyempty ? yyempty_ : yyla.type_get ())]])[);
- }
-
-]b4_locations_if([[
- yyerror_range[1].location = yyla.location;]])[
- if (yyerrstatus_ == 3)
- {
- /* If just tried and failed to reuse lookahead token after an
- error, discard it. */
-
- // Return failure if at end of input.
- if (yyla.type_get () == yyeof_)
- YYABORT;
- else if (!yyempty)
- {
- yy_destroy_ ("Error: discarding", yyla);
- yyempty = true;
- }
- }
-
- // Else will try to reuse lookahead token after shifting the error token.
- goto yyerrlab1;
-
-
- /*---------------------------------------------------.
- | yyerrorlab -- error raised explicitly by YYERROR. |
- `---------------------------------------------------*/
- yyerrorlab:
-
- /* Pacify compilers like GCC when the user code never invokes
- YYERROR and the label yyerrorlab therefore never appears in user
- code. */
- if (false)
- goto yyerrorlab;]b4_locations_if([[
- yyerror_range[1].location = yystack_[yylen - 1].location;]])b4_variant_if([[
- /* $$ was initialized before running the user action. */
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Error: discarding", yylhs);
- yylhs.~stack_symbol_type();]])[
- /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule whose action triggered
- this YYERROR. */
- yypop_ (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
- goto yyerrlab1;
-
- /*-------------------------------------------------------------.
- | yyerrlab1 -- common code for both syntax error and YYERROR. |
- `-------------------------------------------------------------*/
- yyerrlab1:
- yyerrstatus_ = 3; // Each real token shifted decrements this.
- {
- stack_symbol_type error_token;
- for (;;)
- {
- yyn = yypact_[yystack_[0].state];
- if (!yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- {
- yyn += yyterror_;
- if (0 <= yyn && yyn <= yylast_ && yycheck_[yyn] == yyterror_)
- {
- yyn = yytable_[yyn];
- if (0 < yyn)
- break;
- }
- }
-
- // Pop the current state because it cannot handle the error token.
- if (yystack_.size () == 1)
- YYABORT;
-]b4_locations_if([[
- yyerror_range[1].location = yystack_[0].location;]])[
- yy_destroy_ ("Error: popping", yystack_[0]);
- yypop_ ();
- YY_STACK_PRINT ();
- }
-]b4_locations_if([[
- yyerror_range[2].location = yyla.location;
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT (error_token.location, yyerror_range, 2);]])[
-
- // Shift the error token.
- error_token.state = yyn;
- yypush_ ("Shifting", error_token);
- }
- goto yynewstate;
-
- // Accept.
- yyacceptlab:
- yyresult = 0;
- goto yyreturn;
-
- // Abort.
- yyabortlab:
- yyresult = 1;
- goto yyreturn;
-
- yyreturn:
- if (!yyempty)
- yy_destroy_ ("Cleanup: discarding lookahead", yyla);
-
- /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule whose action triggered
- this YYABORT or YYACCEPT. */
- yypop_ (yylen);
- while (1 < yystack_.size ())
- {
- yy_destroy_ ("Cleanup: popping", yystack_[0]);
- yypop_ ();
- }
-
- return yyresult;
- }
- catch (...)
- {
- YYCDEBUG << "Exception caught: cleaning lookahead and stack"
- << std::endl;
- // Do not try to display the values of the reclaimed symbols,
- // as their printer might throw an exception.
- if (!yyempty)
- yy_destroy_ (YY_NULL, yyla);
-
- while (1 < yystack_.size ())
- {
- yy_destroy_ (YY_NULL, yystack_[0]);
- yypop_ ();
- }
- throw;
- }
- }
-
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::error (const syntax_error& yyexc)
- {
- error (]b4_join(b4_locations_if([yyexc.location]),
- [[yyexc.what()]])[);
- }
-
- // Generate an error message.
- std::string
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yysyntax_error_ (]dnl
-b4_error_verbose_if([state_type yystate, symbol_number_type yytoken],
- [state_type, symbol_number_type])[) const
- {]b4_error_verbose_if([[
- std::string yyres;
- // Number of reported tokens (one for the "unexpected", one per
- // "expected").
- size_t yycount = 0;
- // Its maximum.
- enum { YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM = 5 };
- // Arguments of yyformat.
- char const *yyarg[YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM];
-
- /* There are many possibilities here to consider:
- - If this state is a consistent state with a default action, then
- the only way this function was invoked is if the default action
- is an error action. In that case, don't check for expected
- tokens because there are none.
- - The only way there can be no lookahead present (in yytoken) is
- if this state is a consistent state with a default action.
- Thus, detecting the absence of a lookahead is sufficient to
- determine that there is no unexpected or expected token to
- report. In that case, just report a simple "syntax error".
- - Don't assume there isn't a lookahead just because this state is
- a consistent state with a default action. There might have
- been a previous inconsistent state, consistent state with a
- non-default action, or user semantic action that manipulated
- yyla. (However, yyla is currently not documented for users.)
- - Of course, the expected token list depends on states to have
- correct lookahead information, and it depends on the parser not
- to perform extra reductions after fetching a lookahead from the
- scanner and before detecting a syntax error. Thus, state
- merging (from LALR or IELR) and default reductions corrupt the
- expected token list. However, the list is correct for
- canonical LR with one exception: it will still contain any
- token that will not be accepted due to an error action in a
- later state.
- */
- if (yytoken != yyempty_)
- {
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytname_[yytoken];
- int yyn = yypact_[yystate];
- if (!yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- {
- /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative indexes in
- YYCHECK. In other words, skip the first -YYN actions for
- this state because they are default actions. */
- int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
- // Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname.
- int yychecklim = yylast_ - yyn + 1;
- int yyxend = yychecklim < yyntokens_ ? yychecklim : yyntokens_;
- for (int yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
- if (yycheck_[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != yyterror_
- && !yy_table_value_is_error_ (yytable_[yyx + yyn]))
- {
- if (yycount == YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM)
- {
- yycount = 1;
- break;
- }
- else
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytname_[yyx];
- }
- }
- }
-
- char const* yyformat = YY_NULL;
- switch (yycount)
- {
-#define YYCASE_(N, S) \
- case N: \
- yyformat = S; \
- break
- YYCASE_(0, YY_("syntax error"));
- YYCASE_(1, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s"));
- YYCASE_(2, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s"));
- YYCASE_(3, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(4, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(5, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s or %s"));
-#undef YYCASE_
- }
-
- // Argument number.
- size_t yyi = 0;
- for (char const* yyp = yyformat; *yyp; ++yyp)
- if (yyp[0] == '%' && yyp[1] == 's' && yyi < yycount)
- {
- yyres += yytnamerr_ (yyarg[yyi++]);
- ++yyp;
- }
- else
- yyres += *yyp;
- return yyres;]], [[
- return YY_("syntax error");]])[
- }
-
-
- const ]b4_int_type(b4_pact_ninf, b4_pact_ninf) b4_parser_class_name::yypact_ninf_ = b4_pact_ninf[;
-
- const ]b4_int_type(b4_table_ninf, b4_table_ninf) b4_parser_class_name::yytable_ninf_ = b4_table_ninf[;
-
-]b4_parser_tables_define[
-
-]b4_token_table_if([], [[#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG]])[
- // YYTNAME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
- // First, the terminals, then, starting at \a yyntokens_, nonterminals.
- const char*
- const ]b4_parser_class_name[::yytname_[] =
- {
- ]b4_tname[
- };
-
-]b4_token_table_if([[#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG]])[
-]b4_integral_parser_table_define([rline], [b4_rline])[
-
- // Print the state stack on the debug stream.
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yystack_print_ ()
- {
- *yycdebug_ << "Stack now";
- for (stack_type::const_iterator
- i = yystack_.begin (),
- i_end = yystack_.end ();
- i != i_end; ++i)
- *yycdebug_ << ' ' << i->state;
- *yycdebug_ << std::endl;
- }
-
- // Report on the debug stream that the rule \a yyrule is going to be reduced.
- void
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::yy_reduce_print_ (int yyrule)
- {
- unsigned int yylno = yyrline_[yyrule];
- int yynrhs = yyr2_[yyrule];
- // Print the symbols being reduced, and their result.
- *yycdebug_ << "Reducing stack by rule " << yyrule - 1
- << " (line " << yylno << "):" << std::endl;
- // The symbols being reduced.
- for (int yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi++)
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT (" $" << yyi + 1 << " =",
- ]b4_rhs_data(yynrhs, yyi + 1)[);
- }
-#endif // ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-]b4_token_ctor_if([], [b4_yytranslate_define])[
-]b4_namespace_close[
-]b4_epilogue[]dnl
-b4_output_end()
-
-
-m4_popdef([b4_copyright_years])dnl
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.java b/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.java
deleted file mode 100644
index d137ed81..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/lalr1.java
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1065 +0,0 @@
-# Java skeleton for Bison -*- autoconf -*-
-
-# Copyright (C) 2007-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[java.m4])
-
-b4_defines_if([b4_fatal([%s: %%defines does not make sense in Java],
- [b4_skeleton])])
-
-# We do not depend on %debug in Java, but pacify warnings about
-# non-used flags.
-b4_parse_trace_if([0], [0])
-
-m4_define([b4_symbol_no_destructor_assert],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_destructor],
- [b4_fatal([%s: %s: %%destructor does not make sense in Java],
- [b4_skeleton],
- [b4_symbol_action_location([$1], [destructor])])])])
-b4_symbol_foreach([b4_symbol_no_destructor_assert])
-
-# Setup some macros for api.push-pull.
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.push-pull]], [[pull]])
-b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[api.push-pull]],
- [[pull]], [[push]], [[both]]]])
-
-# Define m4 conditional macros that encode the value
-# of the api.push-pull flag.
-b4_define_flag_if([pull]) m4_define([b4_pull_flag], [[1]])
-b4_define_flag_if([push]) m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[1]])
-m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[api.push-pull]]),
- [pull], [m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[0]])],
- [push], [m4_define([b4_pull_flag], [[0]])])
-
-# Define a macro to be true when api.push-pull has the value "both".
-m4_define([b4_both_if],[b4_push_if([b4_pull_if([$1],[$2])],[$2])])
-
-# Handle BISON_USE_PUSH_FOR_PULL for the test suite. So that push parsing
-# tests function as written, do not let BISON_USE_PUSH_FOR_PULL modify the
-# behavior of Bison at all when push parsing is already requested.
-b4_define_flag_if([use_push_for_pull])
-b4_use_push_for_pull_if([
- b4_push_if([m4_define([b4_use_push_for_pull_flag], [[0]])],
- [m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[1]])])])
-
-# Define a macro to encapsulate the parse state variables.
-# This allows them to be defined either in parse() when doing
-# pull parsing, or as class instance variable when doing push parsing.
-m4_define([b4_define_state],[[
- /* Lookahead and lookahead in internal form. */
- int yychar = yyempty_;
- int yytoken = 0;
-
- /* State. */
- int yyn = 0;
- int yylen = 0;
- int yystate = 0;
- YYStack yystack = new YYStack ();
- int label = YYNEWSTATE;
-
- /* Error handling. */
- int yynerrs_ = 0;
- ]b4_locations_if([/* The location where the error started. */
- b4_location_type yyerrloc = null;
-
- /* Location. */
- b4_location_type yylloc = new b4_location_type (null, null);])[
-
- /* Semantic value of the lookahead. */
- ]b4_yystype[ yylval = null;
-]])
-
-b4_output_begin([b4_parser_file_name])
-b4_copyright([Skeleton implementation for Bison LALR(1) parsers in Java],
- [2007-2013])
-
-b4_percent_define_ifdef([package], [package b4_percent_define_get([package]);
-])[/* First part of user declarations. */
-]b4_user_pre_prologue
-b4_user_post_prologue
-b4_percent_code_get([[imports]])
-[/**
- * A Bison parser, automatically generated from <tt>]m4_bpatsubst(b4_file_name, [^"\(.*\)"$], [\1])[</tt>.
- *
- * @@author LALR (1) parser skeleton written by Paolo Bonzini.
- */
-]b4_percent_define_get3([annotations], [], [ ])dnl
-b4_public_if([public ])dnl
-b4_abstract_if([abstract ])dnl
-b4_final_if([final ])dnl
-b4_strictfp_if([strictfp ])dnl
-[class ]b4_parser_class_name[]dnl
-b4_percent_define_get3([extends], [ extends ])dnl
-b4_percent_define_get3([implements], [ implements ])[
-{
- ]b4_identification[
-]b4_error_verbose_if([[
- /**
- * True if verbose error messages are enabled.
- */
- private boolean yyErrorVerbose = true;
-
- /**
- * Return whether verbose error messages are enabled.
- */
- public final boolean getErrorVerbose() { return yyErrorVerbose; }
-
- /**
- * Set the verbosity of error messages.
- * @@param verbose True to request verbose error messages.
- */
- public final void setErrorVerbose(boolean verbose)
- { yyErrorVerbose = verbose; }
-]])
-
-b4_locations_if([[
- /**
- * A class defining a pair of positions. Positions, defined by the
- * <code>]b4_position_type[</code> class, denote a point in the input.
- * Locations represent a part of the input through the beginning
- * and ending positions.
- */
- public class ]b4_location_type[ {
- /**
- * The first, inclusive, position in the range.
- */
- public ]b4_position_type[ begin;
-
- /**
- * The first position beyond the range.
- */
- public ]b4_position_type[ end;
-
- /**
- * Create a <code>]b4_location_type[</code> denoting an empty range located at
- * a given point.
- * @@param loc The position at which the range is anchored.
- */
- public ]b4_location_type[ (]b4_position_type[ loc) {
- this.begin = this.end = loc;
- }
-
- /**
- * Create a <code>]b4_location_type[</code> from the endpoints of the range.
- * @@param begin The first position included in the range.
- * @@param end The first position beyond the range.
- */
- public ]b4_location_type[ (]b4_position_type[ begin, ]b4_position_type[ end) {
- this.begin = begin;
- this.end = end;
- }
-
- /**
- * Print a representation of the location. For this to be correct,
- * <code>]b4_position_type[</code> should override the <code>equals</code>
- * method.
- */
- public String toString () {
- if (begin.equals (end))
- return begin.toString ();
- else
- return begin.toString () + "-" + end.toString ();
- }
- }
-
-]])
-
- b4_locations_if([[
- private ]b4_location_type[ yylloc (YYStack rhs, int n)
- {
- if (n > 0)
- return new ]b4_location_type[ (rhs.locationAt (n-1).begin, rhs.locationAt (0).end);
- else
- return new ]b4_location_type[ (rhs.locationAt (0).end);
- }]])[
-
- /**
- * Communication interface between the scanner and the Bison-generated
- * parser <tt>]b4_parser_class_name[</tt>.
- */
- public interface Lexer {
- /** Token returned by the scanner to signal the end of its input. */
- public static final int EOF = 0;
-
-]b4_token_enums[
-
- ]b4_locations_if([[/**
- * Method to retrieve the beginning position of the last scanned token.
- * @@return the position at which the last scanned token starts.
- */
- ]b4_position_type[ getStartPos ();
-
- /**
- * Method to retrieve the ending position of the last scanned token.
- * @@return the first position beyond the last scanned token.
- */
- ]b4_position_type[ getEndPos ();]])[
-
- /**
- * Method to retrieve the semantic value of the last scanned token.
- * @@return the semantic value of the last scanned token.
- */
- ]b4_yystype[ getLVal ();
-
- /**
- * Entry point for the scanner. Returns the token identifier corresponding
- * to the next token and prepares to return the semantic value
- * ]b4_locations_if([and beginning/ending positions ])[of the token.
- * @@return the token identifier corresponding to the next token.
- */
- int yylex () ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_lex_throws])[;
-
- /**
- * Entry point for error reporting. Emits an error
- * ]b4_locations_if([referring to the given location ])[in a user-defined way.
- *
- * ]b4_locations_if([[@@param loc The location of the element to which the
- * error message is related]])[
- * @@param msg The string for the error message.
- */
- void yyerror (]b4_locations_if([b4_location_type[ loc, ]])[String msg);]
- }
-
- b4_lexer_if([[private class YYLexer implements Lexer {
-]b4_percent_code_get([[lexer]])[
- }
-
- ]])[/**
- * The object doing lexical analysis for us.
- */
- private Lexer yylexer;
- ]
- b4_parse_param_vars
-
-b4_lexer_if([[
- /**
- * Instantiates the Bison-generated parser.
- */
- public ]b4_parser_class_name (b4_parse_param_decl([b4_lex_param_decl])[) ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_init_throws])[
- {
- ]b4_percent_code_get([[init]])[
- this.yylexer = new YYLexer(]b4_lex_param_call[);
- ]b4_parse_param_cons[
- }
-]])
-
- /**
- * Instantiates the Bison-generated parser.
- * @@param yylexer The scanner that will supply tokens to the parser.
- */
- b4_lexer_if([[protected]], [[public]]) b4_parser_class_name[ (]b4_parse_param_decl([[Lexer yylexer]])[) ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_init_throws])[
- {
- ]b4_percent_code_get([[init]])[
- this.yylexer = yylexer;
- ]b4_parse_param_cons[
- }
-
- private java.io.PrintStream yyDebugStream = System.err;
-
- /**
- * Return the <tt>PrintStream</tt> on which the debugging output is
- * printed.
- */
- public final java.io.PrintStream getDebugStream () { return yyDebugStream; }
-
- /**
- * Set the <tt>PrintStream</tt> on which the debug output is printed.
- * @@param s The stream that is used for debugging output.
- */
- public final void setDebugStream(java.io.PrintStream s) { yyDebugStream = s; }
-
- private int yydebug = 0;
-
- /**
- * Answer the verbosity of the debugging output; 0 means that all kinds of
- * output from the parser are suppressed.
- */
- public final int getDebugLevel() { return yydebug; }
-
- /**
- * Set the verbosity of the debugging output; 0 means that all kinds of
- * output from the parser are suppressed.
- * @@param level The verbosity level for debugging output.
- */
- public final void setDebugLevel(int level) { yydebug = level; }
-
- /**
- * Print an error message via the lexer.
- *]b4_locations_if([[ Use a <code>null</code> location.]])[
- * @@param msg The error message.
- */
- public final void yyerror (String msg)
- {
- yylexer.yyerror (]b4_locations_if([[(]b4_location_type[)null, ]])[msg);
- }
-]b4_locations_if([[
- /**
- * Print an error message via the lexer.
- * @@param loc The location associated with the message.
- * @@param msg The error message.
- */
- public final void yyerror (]b4_location_type[ loc, String msg)
- {
- yylexer.yyerror (loc, msg);
- }
-
- /**
- * Print an error message via the lexer.
- * @@param pos The position associated with the message.
- * @@param msg The error message.
- */
- public final void yyerror (]b4_position_type[ pos, String msg)
- {
- yylexer.yyerror (new ]b4_location_type[ (pos), msg);
- }]])
-
- [protected final void yycdebug (String s) {
- if (yydebug > 0)
- yyDebugStream.println (s);
- }
-
- private final class YYStack {
- private int[] stateStack = new int[16];
- ]b4_locations_if([[private ]b4_location_type[[] locStack = new ]b4_location_type[[16];]])[
- private ]b4_yystype[[] valueStack = new ]b4_yystype[[16];
-
- public int size = 16;
- public int height = -1;
-
- public final void push (int state, ]b4_yystype[ value]dnl
- b4_locations_if([, ]b4_location_type[ loc])[) {
- height++;
- if (size == height)
- {
- int[] newStateStack = new int[size * 2];
- System.arraycopy (stateStack, 0, newStateStack, 0, height);
- stateStack = newStateStack;
- ]b4_locations_if([[
- ]b4_location_type[[] newLocStack = new ]b4_location_type[[size * 2];
- System.arraycopy (locStack, 0, newLocStack, 0, height);
- locStack = newLocStack;]])
-
- b4_yystype[[] newValueStack = new ]b4_yystype[[size * 2];
- System.arraycopy (valueStack, 0, newValueStack, 0, height);
- valueStack = newValueStack;
-
- size *= 2;
- }
-
- stateStack[height] = state;
- ]b4_locations_if([[locStack[height] = loc;]])[
- valueStack[height] = value;
- }
-
- public final void pop () {
- pop (1);
- }
-
- public final void pop (int num) {
- // Avoid memory leaks... garbage collection is a white lie!
- if (num > 0) {
- java.util.Arrays.fill (valueStack, height - num + 1, height + 1, null);
- ]b4_locations_if([[java.util.Arrays.fill (locStack, height - num + 1, height + 1, null);]])[
- }
- height -= num;
- }
-
- public final int stateAt (int i) {
- return stateStack[height - i];
- }
-
- ]b4_locations_if([[public final ]b4_location_type[ locationAt (int i) {
- return locStack[height - i];
- }
-
- ]])[public final ]b4_yystype[ valueAt (int i) {
- return valueStack[height - i];
- }
-
- // Print the state stack on the debug stream.
- public void print (java.io.PrintStream out)
- {
- out.print ("Stack now");
-
- for (int i = 0; i <= height; i++)
- {
- out.print (' ');
- out.print (stateStack[i]);
- }
- out.println ();
- }
- }
-
- /**
- * Returned by a Bison action in order to stop the parsing process and
- * return success (<tt>true</tt>).
- */
- public static final int YYACCEPT = 0;
-
- /**
- * Returned by a Bison action in order to stop the parsing process and
- * return failure (<tt>false</tt>).
- */
- public static final int YYABORT = 1;
-
-]b4_push_if([
- /**
- * Returned by a Bison action in order to request a new token.
- */
- public static final int YYPUSH_MORE = 4;])[
-
- /**
- * Returned by a Bison action in order to start error recovery without
- * printing an error message.
- */
- public static final int YYERROR = 2;
-
- /**
- * Internal return codes that are not supported for user semantic
- * actions.
- */
- private static final int YYERRLAB = 3;
- private static final int YYNEWSTATE = 4;
- private static final int YYDEFAULT = 5;
- private static final int YYREDUCE = 6;
- private static final int YYERRLAB1 = 7;
- private static final int YYRETURN = 8;
-]b4_push_if([[ private static final int YYGETTOKEN = 9; /* Signify that a new token is expected when doing push-parsing. */]])[
-
- private int yyerrstatus_ = 0;
-
-]b4_push_if([dnl
-b4_define_state])[
- /**
- * Return whether error recovery is being done. In this state, the parser
- * reads token until it reaches a known state, and then restarts normal
- * operation.
- */
- public final boolean recovering ()
- {
- return yyerrstatus_ == 0;
- }
-
- private int yyaction (int yyn, YYStack yystack, int yylen) ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_throws])[
- {
- ]b4_yystype[ yyval;
- ]b4_locations_if([b4_location_type[ yyloc = yylloc (yystack, yylen);]])[
-
- /* If YYLEN is nonzero, implement the default value of the action:
- '$$ = $1'. Otherwise, use the top of the stack.
-
- Otherwise, the following line sets YYVAL to garbage.
- This behavior is undocumented and Bison
- users should not rely upon it. */
- if (yylen > 0)
- yyval = yystack.valueAt (yylen - 1);
- else
- yyval = yystack.valueAt (0);
-
- yy_reduce_print (yyn, yystack);
-
- switch (yyn)
- {
- ]b4_user_actions[
- default: break;
- }
-
- yy_symbol_print ("-> $$ =", yyr1_[yyn], yyval]b4_locations_if([, yyloc])[);
-
- yystack.pop (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
-
- /* Shift the result of the reduction. */
- yyn = yyr1_[yyn];
- int yystate = yypgoto_[yyn - yyntokens_] + yystack.stateAt (0);
- if (0 <= yystate && yystate <= yylast_
- && yycheck_[yystate] == yystack.stateAt (0))
- yystate = yytable_[yystate];
- else
- yystate = yydefgoto_[yyn - yyntokens_];
-
- yystack.push (yystate, yyval]b4_locations_if([, yyloc])[);
- return YYNEWSTATE;
- }
-
-]b4_error_verbose_if([[
- /* Return YYSTR after stripping away unnecessary quotes and
- backslashes, so that it's suitable for yyerror. The heuristic is
- that double-quoting is unnecessary unless the string contains an
- apostrophe, a comma, or backslash (other than backslash-backslash).
- YYSTR is taken from yytname. */
- private final String yytnamerr_ (String yystr)
- {
- if (yystr.charAt (0) == '"')
- {
- StringBuffer yyr = new StringBuffer ();
- strip_quotes: for (int i = 1; i < yystr.length (); i++)
- switch (yystr.charAt (i))
- {
- case '\'':
- case ',':
- break strip_quotes;
-
- case '\\':
- if (yystr.charAt(++i) != '\\')
- break strip_quotes;
- /* Fall through. */
- default:
- yyr.append (yystr.charAt (i));
- break;
-
- case '"':
- return yyr.toString ();
- }
- }
- else if (yystr.equals ("$end"))
- return "end of input";
-
- return yystr;
- }
-]])[
-
- /*--------------------------------.
- | Print this symbol on YYOUTPUT. |
- `--------------------------------*/
-
- private void yy_symbol_print (String s, int yytype,
- ]b4_yystype[ yyvaluep]dnl
- b4_locations_if([, Object yylocationp])[)
- {
- if (yydebug > 0)
- yycdebug (s + (yytype < yyntokens_ ? " token " : " nterm ")
- + yytname_[yytype] + " ("]b4_locations_if([
- + yylocationp + ": "])[
- + (yyvaluep == null ? "(null)" : yyvaluep.toString ()) + ")");
- }
-
-]b4_push_if([],[[
- /**
- * Parse input from the scanner that was specified at object construction
- * time. Return whether the end of the input was reached successfully.
- *
- * @@return <tt>true</tt> if the parsing succeeds. Note that this does not
- * imply that there were no syntax errors.
- */
- public boolean parse () ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_list2([b4_lex_throws], [b4_throws])])[]])[
-]b4_push_if([
- /**
- * Push Parse input from external lexer
- *
- * @@param yylextoken current token
- * @@param yylexval current lval
-]b4_locations_if([ * @@param yylexloc current position])[
- *
- * @@return <tt>YYACCEPT, YYABORT, YYPUSH_MORE</tt>
- */
- public int push_parse (int yylextoken, b4_yystype yylexval[]b4_locations_if([, b4_location_type yylexloc]))
- b4_maybe_throws([b4_list2([b4_lex_throws], [b4_throws])])])[
- {
- ]b4_locations_if([/* @@$. */
- b4_location_type yyloc;])[
-]b4_push_if([],[[
-]b4_define_state[
- yycdebug ("Starting parse\n");
- yyerrstatus_ = 0;
-
- /* Initialize the stack. */
- yystack.push (yystate, yylval ]b4_locations_if([, yylloc])[);
-]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-b4_dollar_pushdef([yylval], [], [yylloc])dnl
- /* User initialization code. */
- b4_user_initial_action
-b4_dollar_popdef[]dnl
-])[
-]])[
-]b4_push_if([[
- if (!this.push_parse_initialized)
- {
- push_parse_initialize ();
-]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-b4_dollar_pushdef([yylval], [], [yylloc])dnl
- /* User initialization code. */
- b4_user_initial_action
-b4_dollar_popdef[]dnl
-])[
- yycdebug ("Starting parse\n");
- yyerrstatus_ = 0;
- } else
- label = YYGETTOKEN;
-
- boolean push_token_consumed = true;
-]])[
- for (;;)
- switch (label)
- {
- /* New state. Unlike in the C/C++ skeletons, the state is already
- pushed when we come here. */
- case YYNEWSTATE:
- yycdebug ("Entering state " + yystate + "\n");
- if (yydebug > 0)
- yystack.print (yyDebugStream);
-
- /* Accept? */
- if (yystate == yyfinal_)
- ]b4_push_if([{label = YYACCEPT; break;}],
- [return true;])[
-
- /* Take a decision. First try without lookahead. */
- yyn = yypact_[yystate];
- if (yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- {
- label = YYDEFAULT;
- break;
- }
-]b4_push_if([ /* Fall Through */
-
- case YYGETTOKEN:])[
- /* Read a lookahead token. */
- if (yychar == yyempty_)
- {
-]b4_push_if([[
- if (!push_token_consumed)
- return YYPUSH_MORE;
- yycdebug ("Reading a token: ");
- yychar = yylextoken;
- yylval = yylexval;]b4_locations_if([
- yylloc = yylexloc;])[
- push_token_consumed = false;]])[
-]b4_push_if([],[[
- yycdebug ("Reading a token: ");
- yychar = yylexer.yylex ();
- yylval = yylexer.getLVal ();]b4_locations_if([
- yylloc = new b4_location_type (yylexer.getStartPos (),
- yylexer.getEndPos ());])[
-]])[
- }
-
- /* Convert token to internal form. */
- if (yychar <= Lexer.EOF)
- {
- yychar = yytoken = Lexer.EOF;
- yycdebug ("Now at end of input.\n");
- }
- else
- {
- yytoken = yytranslate_ (yychar);
- yy_symbol_print ("Next token is", yytoken,
- yylval]b4_locations_if([, yylloc])[);
- }
-
- /* If the proper action on seeing token YYTOKEN is to reduce or to
- detect an error, take that action. */
- yyn += yytoken;
- if (yyn < 0 || yylast_ < yyn || yycheck_[yyn] != yytoken)
- label = YYDEFAULT;
-
- /* <= 0 means reduce or error. */
- else if ((yyn = yytable_[yyn]) <= 0)
- {
- if (yy_table_value_is_error_ (yyn))
- label = YYERRLAB;
- else
- {
- yyn = -yyn;
- label = YYREDUCE;
- }
- }
-
- else
- {
- /* Shift the lookahead token. */
- yy_symbol_print ("Shifting", yytoken,
- yylval]b4_locations_if([, yylloc])[);
-
- /* Discard the token being shifted. */
- yychar = yyempty_;
-
- /* Count tokens shifted since error; after three, turn off error
- status. */
- if (yyerrstatus_ > 0)
- --yyerrstatus_;
-
- yystate = yyn;
- yystack.push (yystate, yylval]b4_locations_if([, yylloc])[);
- label = YYNEWSTATE;
- }
- break;
-
- /*-----------------------------------------------------------.
- | yydefault -- do the default action for the current state. |
- `-----------------------------------------------------------*/
- case YYDEFAULT:
- yyn = yydefact_[yystate];
- if (yyn == 0)
- label = YYERRLAB;
- else
- label = YYREDUCE;
- break;
-
- /*-----------------------------.
- | yyreduce -- Do a reduction. |
- `-----------------------------*/
- case YYREDUCE:
- yylen = yyr2_[yyn];
- label = yyaction (yyn, yystack, yylen);
- yystate = yystack.stateAt (0);
- break;
-
- /*------------------------------------.
- | yyerrlab -- here on detecting error |
- `------------------------------------*/
- case YYERRLAB:
- /* If not already recovering from an error, report this error. */
- if (yyerrstatus_ == 0)
- {
- ++yynerrs_;
- if (yychar == yyempty_)
- yytoken = yyempty_;
- yyerror (]b4_locations_if([yylloc, ])[yysyntax_error (yystate, yytoken));
- }
-
- ]b4_locations_if([yyerrloc = yylloc;])[
- if (yyerrstatus_ == 3)
- {
- /* If just tried and failed to reuse lookahead token after an
- error, discard it. */
-
- if (yychar <= Lexer.EOF)
- {
- /* Return failure if at end of input. */
- if (yychar == Lexer.EOF)
- ]b4_push_if([{label = YYABORT; break;}],[return false;])[
- }
- else
- yychar = yyempty_;
- }
-
- /* Else will try to reuse lookahead token after shifting the error
- token. */
- label = YYERRLAB1;
- break;
-
- /*-------------------------------------------------.
- | errorlab -- error raised explicitly by YYERROR. |
- `-------------------------------------------------*/
- case YYERROR:
-
- ]b4_locations_if([yyerrloc = yystack.locationAt (yylen - 1);])[
- /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule which action triggered
- this YYERROR. */
- yystack.pop (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
- yystate = yystack.stateAt (0);
- label = YYERRLAB1;
- break;
-
- /*-------------------------------------------------------------.
- | yyerrlab1 -- common code for both syntax error and YYERROR. |
- `-------------------------------------------------------------*/
- case YYERRLAB1:
- yyerrstatus_ = 3; /* Each real token shifted decrements this. */
-
- for (;;)
- {
- yyn = yypact_[yystate];
- if (!yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- {
- yyn += yyterror_;
- if (0 <= yyn && yyn <= yylast_ && yycheck_[yyn] == yyterror_)
- {
- yyn = yytable_[yyn];
- if (0 < yyn)
- break;
- }
- }
-
- /* Pop the current state because it cannot handle the
- * error token. */
- if (yystack.height == 0)
- ]b4_push_if([{label = YYABORT; break;}],[return false;])[
-
- ]b4_locations_if([yyerrloc = yystack.locationAt (0);])[
- yystack.pop ();
- yystate = yystack.stateAt (0);
- if (yydebug > 0)
- yystack.print (yyDebugStream);
- }
-
- if (label == YYABORT)
- /* Leave the switch. */
- break;
-
-]b4_locations_if([
- /* Muck with the stack to setup for yylloc. */
- yystack.push (0, null, yylloc);
- yystack.push (0, null, yyerrloc);
- yyloc = yylloc (yystack, 2);
- yystack.pop (2);])[
-
- /* Shift the error token. */
- yy_symbol_print ("Shifting", yystos_[yyn],
- yylval]b4_locations_if([, yyloc])[);
-
- yystate = yyn;
- yystack.push (yyn, yylval]b4_locations_if([, yyloc])[);
- label = YYNEWSTATE;
- break;
-
- /* Accept. */
- case YYACCEPT:
- ]b4_push_if([this.push_parse_initialized = false; return YYACCEPT;],
- [return true;])[
-
- /* Abort. */
- case YYABORT:
- ]b4_push_if([this.push_parse_initialized = false; return YYABORT;],
- [return false;])[
- }
-}
-]b4_push_if([[
- boolean push_parse_initialized = false;
-
- /**
- * (Re-)Initialize the state of the push parser.
- */
- public void push_parse_initialize()
- {
- /* Lookahead and lookahead in internal form. */
- this.yychar = yyempty_;
- this.yytoken = 0;
-
- /* State. */
- this.yyn = 0;
- this.yylen = 0;
- this.yystate = 0;
- this.yystack = new YYStack ();
- this.label = YYNEWSTATE;
-
- /* Error handling. */
- this.yynerrs_ = 0;
- ]b4_locations_if([/* The location where the error started. */
- this.yyerrloc = null;
- this.yylloc = new b4_location_type (null, null);])[
-
- /* Semantic value of the lookahead. */
- this.yylval = null;
-
- yystack.push (this.yystate, this.yylval]b4_locations_if([, this.yylloc])[);
-
- this.push_parse_initialized = true;
-
- }
-]b4_locations_if([
- /**
- * Push parse given input from an external lexer.
- *
- * @@param yylextoken current token
- * @@param yylexval current lval
- * @@param yyylexpos current position
- *
- * @@return <tt>YYACCEPT, YYABORT, YYPUSH_MORE</tt>
- */
- public int push_parse (int yylextoken, b4_yystype yylexval, b4_position_type yylexpos)
- b4_maybe_throws([b4_list2([b4_lex_throws], [b4_throws])])
- {
- return push_parse (yylextoken, yylexval, new b4_location_type (yylexpos));
- }
-])[]])
-
-b4_both_if([[
- /**
- * Parse input from the scanner that was specified at object construction
- * time. Return whether the end of the input was reached successfully.
- * This version of parse () is defined only when api.push-push=both.
- *
- * @@return <tt>true</tt> if the parsing succeeds. Note that this does not
- * imply that there were no syntax errors.
- */
- public boolean parse () ]b4_maybe_throws([b4_list2([b4_lex_throws], [b4_throws])])[
- {
- if (yylexer == null)
- throw new NullPointerException("Null Lexer");
- int status;
- do {
- int token = yylexer.yylex();
- ]b4_yystype[ lval = yylexer.getLVal();
-]b4_locations_if([dnl
- b4_location_type yyloc = new b4_location_type (yylexer.getStartPos (),
- yylexer.getEndPos ());])[
- ]b4_locations_if([status = push_parse(token,lval,yyloc);],[
- status = push_parse(token,lval);])[
- } while (status == YYPUSH_MORE);
- return (status == YYACCEPT);
- }
-]])[
-
- // Generate an error message.
- private String yysyntax_error (int yystate, int tok)
- {]b4_error_verbose_if([[
- if (yyErrorVerbose)
- {
- /* There are many possibilities here to consider:
- - If this state is a consistent state with a default action,
- then the only way this function was invoked is if the
- default action is an error action. In that case, don't
- check for expected tokens because there are none.
- - The only way there can be no lookahead present (in tok) is
- if this state is a consistent state with a default action.
- Thus, detecting the absence of a lookahead is sufficient to
- determine that there is no unexpected or expected token to
- report. In that case, just report a simple "syntax error".
- - Don't assume there isn't a lookahead just because this
- state is a consistent state with a default action. There
- might have been a previous inconsistent state, consistent
- state with a non-default action, or user semantic action
- that manipulated yychar. (However, yychar is currently out
- of scope during semantic actions.)
- - Of course, the expected token list depends on states to
- have correct lookahead information, and it depends on the
- parser not to perform extra reductions after fetching a
- lookahead from the scanner and before detecting a syntax
- error. Thus, state merging (from LALR or IELR) and default
- reductions corrupt the expected token list. However, the
- list is correct for canonical LR with one exception: it
- will still contain any token that will not be accepted due
- to an error action in a later state.
- */
- if (tok != yyempty_)
- {
- /* FIXME: This method of building the message is not compatible
- with internationalization. */
- StringBuffer res =
- new StringBuffer ("syntax error, unexpected ");
- res.append (yytnamerr_ (yytname_[tok]));
- int yyn = yypact_[yystate];
- if (!yy_pact_value_is_default_ (yyn))
- {
- /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative
- indexes in YYCHECK. In other words, skip the first
- -YYN actions for this state because they are default
- actions. */
- int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
- /* Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname. */
- int yychecklim = yylast_ - yyn + 1;
- int yyxend = yychecklim < yyntokens_ ? yychecklim : yyntokens_;
- int count = 0;
- for (int x = yyxbegin; x < yyxend; ++x)
- if (yycheck_[x + yyn] == x && x != yyterror_
- && !yy_table_value_is_error_ (yytable_[x + yyn]))
- ++count;
- if (count < 5)
- {
- count = 0;
- for (int x = yyxbegin; x < yyxend; ++x)
- if (yycheck_[x + yyn] == x && x != yyterror_
- && !yy_table_value_is_error_ (yytable_[x + yyn]))
- {
- res.append (count++ == 0 ? ", expecting " : " or ");
- res.append (yytnamerr_ (yytname_[x]));
- }
- }
- }
- return res.toString ();
- }
- }
-]])[
- return "syntax error";
- }
-
- /**
- * Whether the given <code>yypact_</code> value indicates a defaulted state.
- * @@param yyvalue the value to check
- */
- private static boolean yy_pact_value_is_default_ (int yyvalue)
- {
- return yyvalue == yypact_ninf_;
- }
-
- /**
- * Whether the given <code>yytable_</code>
- * value indicates a syntax error.
- * @@param yyvalue the value to check
- */
- private static boolean yy_table_value_is_error_ (int yyvalue)
- {
- return yyvalue == yytable_ninf_;
- }
-
- private static final ]b4_int_type_for([b4_pact])[ yypact_ninf_ = ]b4_pact_ninf[;
- private static final ]b4_int_type_for([b4_table])[ yytable_ninf_ = ]b4_table_ninf[;
-
- ]b4_parser_tables_define[
- ]b4_integral_parser_table_define([token_number], [b4_toknum],
- [[YYTOKEN_NUMBER[YYLEX-NUM] -- Internal symbol number corresponding
- to YYLEX-NUM.]])[
-
- /* YYTNAME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
- First, the terminals, then, starting at \a yyntokens_, nonterminals. */
- ]b4_typed_parser_table_define([String], [tname], [b4_tname])[
-
- ]b4_integral_parser_table_define([rline], [b4_rline],
- [[YYRLINE[YYN] -- Source line where rule number YYN was defined.]])[
-
-
- // Report on the debug stream that the rule yyrule is going to be reduced.
- private void yy_reduce_print (int yyrule, YYStack yystack)
- {
- if (yydebug == 0)
- return;
-
- int yylno = yyrline_[yyrule];
- int yynrhs = yyr2_[yyrule];
- /* Print the symbols being reduced, and their result. */
- yycdebug ("Reducing stack by rule " + (yyrule - 1)
- + " (line " + yylno + "), ");
-
- /* The symbols being reduced. */
- for (int yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi++)
- yy_symbol_print (" $" + (yyi + 1) + " =",
- yystos_[yystack.stateAt(yynrhs - (yyi + 1))],
- ]b4_rhs_value(yynrhs, yyi + 1)b4_locations_if([,
- b4_rhs_location(yynrhs, yyi + 1)])[);
- }
-
- /* YYTRANSLATE(YYLEX) -- Bison symbol number corresponding to YYLEX. */
- ]b4_integral_parser_table_define([translate_table], [b4_translate])[
-
- private static final ]b4_int_type_for([b4_translate])[ yytranslate_ (int t)
- {
- if (t >= 0 && t <= yyuser_token_number_max_)
- return yytranslate_table_[t];
- else
- return yyundef_token_;
- }
-
- private static final int yylast_ = ]b4_last[;
- private static final int yynnts_ = ]b4_nterms_number[;
- private static final int yyempty_ = -2;
- private static final int yyfinal_ = ]b4_final_state_number[;
- private static final int yyterror_ = 1;
- private static final int yyerrcode_ = 256;
- private static final int yyntokens_ = ]b4_tokens_number[;
-
- private static final int yyuser_token_number_max_ = ]b4_user_token_number_max[;
- private static final int yyundef_token_ = ]b4_undef_token_number[;
-
-]/* User implementation code. */
-b4_percent_code_get[]dnl
-
-}
-
-b4_epilogue[]dnl
-b4_output_end()
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/local.mk b/gnuwin32/bin/data/local.mk
deleted file mode 100644
index b8290522..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/local.mk
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,45 +0,0 @@
-## Copyright (C) 2002, 2005-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-dist_pkgdata_DATA = \
- data/README \
- data/bison.m4 \
- data/c++-skel.m4 \
- data/c++.m4 \
- data/c-like.m4 \
- data/c-skel.m4 \
- data/c.m4 \
- data/glr.c \
- data/glr.cc \
- data/java-skel.m4 \
- data/java.m4 \
- data/lalr1.cc \
- data/lalr1.java \
- data/location.cc \
- data/stack.hh \
- data/variant.hh \
- data/yacc.c
-
-m4sugardir = $(pkgdatadir)/m4sugar
-dist_m4sugar_DATA = \
- data/m4sugar/foreach.m4 \
- data/m4sugar/m4sugar.m4
-
-xsltdir = $(pkgdatadir)/xslt
-dist_xslt_DATA = \
- data/xslt/bison.xsl \
- data/xslt/xml2dot.xsl \
- data/xslt/xml2text.xsl \
- data/xslt/xml2xhtml.xsl
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/location.cc b/gnuwin32/bin/data/location.cc
deleted file mode 100644
index 9a60f250..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/location.cc
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,335 +0,0 @@
-# C++ skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_pushdef([b4_copyright_years],
- [2002-2013])
-
-# b4_position_define
-# ------------------
-# Define class position.
-m4_define([b4_position_define],
-[[ /// Abstract a position.
- class position
- {
- public:]m4_ifdef([b4_location_constructors], [[
- /// Construct a position.
- explicit position (]b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]])[* f = YY_NULL,
- unsigned int l = ]b4_location_initial_line[u,
- unsigned int c = ]b4_location_initial_column[u)
- : filename (f)
- , line (l)
- , column (c)
- {
- }
-
-]])[
- /// Initialization.
- void initialize (]b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]])[* fn = YY_NULL,
- unsigned int l = ]b4_location_initial_line[u,
- unsigned int c = ]b4_location_initial_column[u)
- {
- filename = fn;
- line = l;
- column = c;
- }
-
- /** \name Line and Column related manipulators
- ** \{ */
- /// (line related) Advance to the COUNT next lines.
- void lines (int count = 1)
- {
- if (count)
- {
- column = ]b4_location_initial_column[u;
- line = add_ (line, count, ]b4_location_initial_line[);
- }
- }
-
- /// (column related) Advance to the COUNT next columns.
- void columns (int count = 1)
- {
- column = add_ (column, count, ]b4_location_initial_column[);
- }
- /** \} */
-
- /// File name to which this position refers.
- ]b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]])[* filename;
- /// Current line number.
- unsigned int line;
- /// Current column number.
- unsigned int column;
-
- private:
- /// Compute max(min, lhs+rhs) (provided min <= lhs).
- static unsigned int add_ (unsigned int lhs, int rhs, unsigned int min)
- {
- return (0 < rhs || -static_cast<unsigned int>(rhs) < lhs
- ? rhs + lhs
- : min);
- }
- };
-
- /// Add and assign a position.
- inline position&
- operator+= (position& res, int width)
- {
- res.columns (width);
- return res;
- }
-
- /// Add two position objects.
- inline position
- operator+ (position res, int width)
- {
- return res += width;
- }
-
- /// Add and assign a position.
- inline position&
- operator-= (position& res, int width)
- {
- return res += -width;
- }
-
- /// Add two position objects.
- inline position
- operator- (position res, int width)
- {
- return res -= width;
- }
-]b4_percent_define_flag_if([[define_location_comparison]], [[
- /// Compare two position objects.
- inline bool
- operator== (const position& pos1, const position& pos2)
- {
- return (pos1.line == pos2.line
- && pos1.column == pos2.column
- && (pos1.filename == pos2.filename
- || (pos1.filename && pos2.filename
- && *pos1.filename == *pos2.filename)));
- }
-
- /// Compare two position objects.
- inline bool
- operator!= (const position& pos1, const position& pos2)
- {
- return !(pos1 == pos2);
- }
-]])[
- /** \brief Intercept output stream redirection.
- ** \param ostr the destination output stream
- ** \param pos a reference to the position to redirect
- */
- template <typename YYChar>
- inline std::basic_ostream<YYChar>&
- operator<< (std::basic_ostream<YYChar>& ostr, const position& pos)
- {
- if (pos.filename)
- ostr << *pos.filename << ':';
- return ostr << pos.line << '.' << pos.column;
- }
-]])
-
-
-# b4_location_define
-# ------------------
-m4_define([b4_location_define],
-[[ /// Abstract a location.
- class location
- {
- public:
-]m4_ifdef([b4_location_constructors], [
- /// Construct a location from \a b to \a e.
- location (const position& b, const position& e)
- : begin (b)
- , end (e)
- {
- }
-
- /// Construct a 0-width location in \a p.
- explicit location (const position& p = position ())
- : begin (p)
- , end (p)
- {
- }
-
- /// Construct a 0-width location in \a f, \a l, \a c.
- explicit location (]b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]])[* f,
- unsigned int l = ]b4_location_initial_line[u,
- unsigned int c = ]b4_location_initial_column[u)
- : begin (f, l, c)
- , end (f, l, c)
- {
- }
-
-])[
- /// Initialization.
- void initialize (]b4_percent_define_get([[filename_type]])[* f = YY_NULL,
- unsigned int l = ]b4_location_initial_line[u,
- unsigned int c = ]b4_location_initial_column[u)
- {
- begin.initialize (f, l, c);
- end = begin;
- }
-
- /** \name Line and Column related manipulators
- ** \{ */
- public:
- /// Reset initial location to final location.
- void step ()
- {
- begin = end;
- }
-
- /// Extend the current location to the COUNT next columns.
- void columns (int count = 1)
- {
- end += count;
- }
-
- /// Extend the current location to the COUNT next lines.
- void lines (int count = 1)
- {
- end.lines (count);
- }
- /** \} */
-
-
- public:
- /// Beginning of the located region.
- position begin;
- /// End of the located region.
- position end;
- };
-
- /// Join two location objects to create a location.
- inline location operator+ (location res, const location& end)
- {
- res.end = end.end;
- return res;
- }
-
- /// Change end position in place.
- inline location& operator+= (location& res, int width)
- {
- res.columns (width);
- return res;
- }
-
- /// Change end position.
- inline location operator+ (location res, int width)
- {
- return res += width;
- }
-
- /// Change end position in place.
- inline location& operator-= (location& res, int width)
- {
- return res += -width;
- }
-
- /// Change end position.
- inline location operator- (const location& begin, int width)
- {
- return begin + -width;
- }
-]b4_percent_define_flag_if([[define_location_comparison]], [[
- /// Compare two location objects.
- inline bool
- operator== (const location& loc1, const location& loc2)
- {
- return loc1.begin == loc2.begin && loc1.end == loc2.end;
- }
-
- /// Compare two location objects.
- inline bool
- operator!= (const location& loc1, const location& loc2)
- {
- return !(loc1 == loc2);
- }
-]])[
- /** \brief Intercept output stream redirection.
- ** \param ostr the destination output stream
- ** \param loc a reference to the location to redirect
- **
- ** Avoid duplicate information.
- */
- template <typename YYChar>
- inline std::basic_ostream<YYChar>&
- operator<< (std::basic_ostream<YYChar>& ostr, const location& loc)
- {
- unsigned int end_col = 0 < loc.end.column ? loc.end.column - 1 : 0;
- ostr << loc.begin// << "(" << loc.end << ") "
-;
- if (loc.end.filename
- && (!loc.begin.filename
- || *loc.begin.filename != *loc.end.filename))
- ostr << '-' << loc.end.filename << ':' << loc.end.line << '.' << end_col;
- else if (loc.begin.line < loc.end.line)
- ostr << '-' << loc.end.line << '.' << end_col;
- else if (loc.begin.column < end_col)
- ostr << '-' << end_col;
- return ostr;
- }
-]])
-
-
-b4_defines_if([
-b4_output_begin([b4_dir_prefix[]position.hh])
-b4_copyright([Positions for Bison parsers in C++])[
-
-/**
- ** \file ]b4_dir_prefix[position.hh
- ** Define the ]b4_namespace_ref[::position class.
- */
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_dir_prefix[]position.hh])[
-
-# include <algorithm> // std::max
-# include <iostream>
-# include <string>
-
-]b4_null_define[
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-]b4_position_define[
-]b4_namespace_close[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_dir_prefix[]position.hh])
-b4_output_end()
-
-
-b4_output_begin([b4_dir_prefix[]location.hh])
-b4_copyright([Locations for Bison parsers in C++])[
-
-/**
- ** \file ]b4_dir_prefix[location.hh
- ** Define the ]b4_namespace_ref[::location class.
- */
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_dir_prefix[]location.hh])[
-
-# include "position.hh"
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-]b4_location_define[
-]b4_namespace_close[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_dir_prefix[]location.hh])
-b4_output_end()
-])
-
-
-m4_popdef([b4_copyright_years])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/foreach.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/foreach.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index f6a63944..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/foreach.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,362 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Autoconf -*-
-# This file is part of Autoconf.
-# foreach-based replacements for recursive functions.
-# Speeds up GNU M4 1.4.x by avoiding quadratic $@ recursion, but penalizes
-# GNU M4 1.6 by requiring more memory and macro expansions.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2008-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-# This file is part of Autoconf. 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 3 of the License, 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.
-#
-# Under Section 7 of GPL version 3, you are granted additional
-# permissions described in the Autoconf Configure Script Exception,
-# version 3.0, as published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# and a copy of the Autoconf Configure Script Exception along with
-# this program; see the files COPYINGv3 and COPYING.EXCEPTION
-# respectively. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-# Written by Eric Blake.
-
-# In M4 1.4.x, every byte of $@ is rescanned. This means that an
-# algorithm on n arguments that recurses with one less argument each
-# iteration will scan n * (n + 1) / 2 arguments, for O(n^2) time. In
-# M4 1.6, this was fixed so that $@ is only scanned once, then
-# back-references are made to information stored about the scan.
-# Thus, n iterations need only scan n arguments, for O(n) time.
-# Additionally, in M4 1.4.x, recursive algorithms did not clean up
-# memory very well, requiring O(n^2) memory rather than O(n) for n
-# iterations.
-#
-# This file is designed to overcome the quadratic nature of $@
-# recursion by writing a variant of m4_foreach that uses m4_for rather
-# than $@ recursion to operate on the list. This involves more macro
-# expansions, but avoids the need to rescan a quadratic number of
-# arguments, making these replacements very attractive for M4 1.4.x.
-# On the other hand, in any version of M4, expanding additional macros
-# costs additional time; therefore, in M4 1.6, where $@ recursion uses
-# fewer macros, these replacements actually pessimize performance.
-# Additionally, the use of $10 to mean the tenth argument violates
-# POSIX; although all versions of m4 1.4.x support this meaning, a
-# future m4 version may switch to take it as the first argument
-# concatenated with a literal 0, so the implementations in this file
-# are not future-proof. Thus, this file is conditionally included as
-# part of m4_init(), only when it is detected that M4 probably has
-# quadratic behavior (ie. it lacks the macro __m4_version__).
-#
-# Please keep this file in sync with m4sugar.m4.
-
-# _m4_foreach(PRE, POST, IGNORED, ARG...)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Form the common basis of the m4_foreach and m4_map macros. For each
-# ARG, expand PRE[ARG]POST[]. The IGNORED argument makes recursion
-# easier, and must be supplied rather than implicit.
-#
-# This version minimizes the number of times that $@ is evaluated by
-# using m4_for to generate a boilerplate into _m4_f then passing $@ to
-# that temporary macro. Thus, the recursion is done in m4_for without
-# reparsing any user input, and is not quadratic. For an idea of how
-# this works, note that m4_foreach(i,[1,2],[i]) calls
-# _m4_foreach([m4_define([i],],[)i],[],[1],[2])
-# which defines _m4_f:
-# $1[$4]$2[]$1[$5]$2[]_m4_popdef([_m4_f])
-# then calls _m4_f([m4_define([i],],[)i],[],[1],[2]) for a net result:
-# m4_define([i],[1])i[]m4_define([i],[2])i[]_m4_popdef([_m4_f]).
-m4_define([_m4_foreach],
-[m4_if([$#], [3], [],
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_f], _m4_for([4], [$#], [1],
- [$0_([1], [2],], [)])[_m4_popdef([_m4_f])])_m4_f($@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_foreach_],
-[[$$1[$$3]$$2[]]])
-
-# m4_case(SWITCH, VAL1, IF-VAL1, VAL2, IF-VAL2, ..., DEFAULT)
-# -----------------------------------------------------------
-# Find the first VAL that SWITCH matches, and expand the corresponding
-# IF-VAL. If there are no matches, expand DEFAULT.
-#
-# Use m4_for to create a temporary macro in terms of a boilerplate
-# m4_if with final cleanup. If $# is even, we have DEFAULT; if it is
-# odd, then rounding the last $# up in the temporary macro is
-# harmless. For example, both m4_case(1,2,3,4,5) and
-# m4_case(1,2,3,4,5,6) result in the intermediate _m4_case being
-# m4_if([$1],[$2],[$3],[$1],[$4],[$5],_m4_popdef([_m4_case])[$6])
-m4_define([m4_case],
-[m4_if(m4_eval([$# <= 2]), [1], [$2],
-[m4_pushdef([_$0], [m4_if(]_m4_for([2], m4_eval([($# - 1) / 2 * 2]), [2],
- [_$0_(], [)])[_m4_popdef(
- [_$0])]m4_dquote($m4_eval([($# + 1) & ~1]))[)])_$0($@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_case_],
-[$0_([1], [$1], m4_incr([$1]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_case__],
-[[[$$1],[$$2],[$$3],]])
-
-# m4_bmatch(SWITCH, RE1, VAL1, RE2, VAL2, ..., DEFAULT)
-# -----------------------------------------------------
-# m4 equivalent of
-#
-# if (SWITCH =~ RE1)
-# VAL1;
-# elif (SWITCH =~ RE2)
-# VAL2;
-# elif ...
-# ...
-# else
-# DEFAULT
-#
-# We build the temporary macro _m4_b:
-# m4_define([_m4_b], _m4_defn([_m4_bmatch]))_m4_b([$1], [$2], [$3])...
-# _m4_b([$1], [$m-1], [$m])_m4_b([], [], [$m+1]_m4_popdef([_m4_b]))
-# then invoke m4_unquote(_m4_b($@)), for concatenation with later text.
-m4_define([m4_bmatch],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], 1, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#: $1])],
- [$#], 2, [$2],
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_b], [m4_define([_m4_b],
- _m4_defn([_$0]))]_m4_for([3], m4_eval([($# + 1) / 2 * 2 - 1]),
- [2], [_$0_(], [)])[_m4_b([], [],]m4_dquote([$]m4_eval(
- [($# + 1) / 2 * 2]))[_m4_popdef([_m4_b]))])m4_unquote(_m4_b($@))])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_bmatch],
-[m4_if(m4_bregexp([$1], [$2]), [-1], [], [[$3]m4_define([$0])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_bmatch_],
-[$0_([1], m4_decr([$1]), [$1])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_bmatch__],
-[[_m4_b([$$1], [$$2], [$$3])]])
-
-
-# m4_cond(TEST1, VAL1, IF-VAL1, TEST2, VAL2, IF-VAL2, ..., [DEFAULT])
-# -------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Similar to m4_if, except that each TEST is expanded when encountered.
-# If the expansion of TESTn matches the string VALn, the result is IF-VALn.
-# The result is DEFAULT if no tests passed. This macro allows
-# short-circuiting of expensive tests, where it pays to arrange quick
-# filter tests to run first.
-#
-# m4_cond already guarantees either 3*n or 3*n + 1 arguments, 1 <= n.
-# We only have to speed up _m4_cond, by building the temporary _m4_c:
-# m4_define([_m4_c], _m4_defn([m4_unquote]))_m4_c([m4_if(($1), [($2)],
-# [[$3]m4_define([_m4_c])])])_m4_c([m4_if(($4), [($5)],
-# [[$6]m4_define([_m4_c])])])..._m4_c([m4_if(($m-2), [($m-1)],
-# [[$m]m4_define([_m4_c])])])_m4_c([[$m+1]]_m4_popdef([_m4_c]))
-# We invoke m4_unquote(_m4_c($@)), for concatenation with later text.
-m4_define([_m4_cond],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_c], [m4_define([_m4_c],
- _m4_defn([m4_unquote]))]_m4_for([2], m4_eval([$# / 3 * 3 - 1]), [3],
- [$0_(], [)])[_m4_c(]m4_dquote(m4_dquote(
- [$]m4_eval([$# / 3 * 3 + 1])))[_m4_popdef([_m4_c]))])m4_unquote(_m4_c($@))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_cond_],
-[$0_(m4_decr([$1]), [$1], m4_incr([$1]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_cond__],
-[[_m4_c([m4_if(($$1), [($$2)], [[$$3]m4_define([_m4_c])])])]])
-
-# m4_bpatsubsts(STRING, RE1, SUBST1, RE2, SUBST2, ...)
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# m4 equivalent of
-#
-# $_ = STRING;
-# s/RE1/SUBST1/g;
-# s/RE2/SUBST2/g;
-# ...
-#
-# m4_bpatsubsts already validated an odd number of arguments; we only
-# need to speed up _m4_bpatsubsts. To avoid nesting, we build the
-# temporary _m4_p:
-# m4_define([_m4_p], [$1])m4_define([_m4_p],
-# m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(_m4_defn([_m4_p])), [$2], [$3]))m4_define([_m4_p],
-# m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(_m4_defn([_m4_p])), [$4], [$5]))m4_define([_m4_p],...
-# m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(_m4_defn([_m4_p])), [$m-1], [$m]))m4_unquote(
-# _m4_defn([_m4_p])_m4_popdef([_m4_p]))
-m4_define([_m4_bpatsubsts],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_p], [m4_define([_m4_p],
- ]m4_dquote([$]1)[)]_m4_for([3], [$#], [2], [$0_(],
- [)])[m4_unquote(_m4_defn([_m4_p])_m4_popdef([_m4_p]))])_m4_p($@)])
-
-m4_define([_m4_bpatsubsts_],
-[$0_(m4_decr([$1]), [$1])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_bpatsubsts__],
-[[m4_define([_m4_p],
-m4_bpatsubst(m4_dquote(_m4_defn([_m4_p])), [$$1], [$$2]))]])
-
-# m4_shiftn(N, ...)
-# -----------------
-# Returns ... shifted N times. Useful for recursive "varargs" constructs.
-#
-# m4_shiftn already validated arguments; we only need to speed up
-# _m4_shiftn. If N is 3, then we build the temporary _m4_s, defined as
-# ,[$5],[$6],...,[$m]_m4_popdef([_m4_s])
-# before calling m4_shift(_m4_s($@)).
-m4_define([_m4_shiftn],
-[m4_if(m4_incr([$1]), [$#], [], [m4_pushdef([_m4_s],
- _m4_for(m4_eval([$1 + 2]), [$#], [1],
- [[,]m4_dquote($], [)])[_m4_popdef([_m4_s])])m4_shift(_m4_s($@))])])
-
-# m4_do(STRING, ...)
-# ------------------
-# This macro invokes all its arguments (in sequence, of course). It is
-# useful for making your macros more structured and readable by dropping
-# unnecessary dnl's and have the macros indented properly.
-#
-# Here, we use the temporary macro _m4_do, defined as
-# $1[]$2[]...[]$n[]_m4_popdef([_m4_do])
-m4_define([m4_do],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [],
- [m4_pushdef([_$0], _m4_for([1], [$#], [1],
- [$], [[[]]])[_m4_popdef([_$0])])_$0($@)])])
-
-# m4_dquote_elt(ARGS)
-# -------------------
-# Return ARGS as an unquoted list of double-quoted arguments.
-#
-# _m4_foreach to the rescue.
-m4_define([m4_dquote_elt],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [], [[[$1]]_m4_foreach([,m4_dquote(], [)], $@)])])
-
-# m4_reverse(ARGS)
-# ----------------
-# Output ARGS in reverse order.
-#
-# Invoke _m4_r($@) with the temporary _m4_r built as
-# [$m], [$m-1], ..., [$2], [$1]_m4_popdef([_m4_r])
-m4_define([m4_reverse],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [], [$#], [1], [[$1]],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_r], [[$$#]]_m4_for(m4_decr([$#]), [1], [-1],
- [[, ]m4_dquote($], [)])[_m4_popdef([_m4_r])])_m4_r($@)])])
-
-
-# m4_map_args_pair(EXPRESSION, [END-EXPR = EXPRESSION], ARG...)
-# -------------------------------------------------------------
-# Perform a pairwise grouping of consecutive ARGs, by expanding
-# EXPRESSION([ARG1], [ARG2]). If there are an odd number of ARGs, the
-# final argument is expanded with END-EXPR([ARGn]).
-#
-# Build the temporary macro _m4_map_args_pair, with the $2([$m+1])
-# only output if $# is odd:
-# $1([$3], [$4])[]$1([$5], [$6])[]...$1([$m-1],
-# [$m])[]m4_default([$2], [$1])([$m+1])[]_m4_popdef([_m4_map_args_pair])
-m4_define([m4_map_args_pair],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#: $1])],
- [$#], [2], [],
- [$#], [3], [m4_default([$2], [$1])([$3])[]],
- [m4_pushdef([_$0], _m4_for([3],
- m4_eval([$# / 2 * 2 - 1]), [2], [_$0_(], [)])_$0_end(
- [1], [2], [$#])[_m4_popdef([_$0])])_$0($@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_map_args_pair_],
-[$0_([1], [$1], m4_incr([$1]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_map_args_pair__],
-[[$$1([$$2], [$$3])[]]])
-
-m4_define([_m4_map_args_pair_end],
-[m4_if(m4_eval([$3 & 1]), [1], [[m4_default([$$2], [$$1])([$$3])[]]])])
-
-# m4_join(SEP, ARG1, ARG2...)
-# ---------------------------
-# Produce ARG1SEPARG2...SEPARGn. Avoid back-to-back SEP when a given ARG
-# is the empty string. No expansion is performed on SEP or ARGs.
-#
-# Use a self-modifying separator, since we don't know how many
-# arguments might be skipped before a separator is first printed, but
-# be careful if the separator contains $. _m4_foreach to the rescue.
-m4_define([m4_join],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_sep], [m4_define([_m4_sep], _m4_defn([m4_echo]))])]dnl
-[_m4_foreach([_$0([$1],], [)], $@)_m4_popdef([_m4_sep])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_join],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [], [_m4_sep([$1])[$2]])])
-
-# m4_joinall(SEP, ARG1, ARG2...)
-# ------------------------------
-# Produce ARG1SEPARG2...SEPARGn. An empty ARG results in back-to-back SEP.
-# No expansion is performed on SEP or ARGs.
-#
-# A bit easier than m4_join. _m4_foreach to the rescue.
-m4_define([m4_joinall],
-[[$2]m4_if(m4_eval([$# <= 2]), [1], [],
- [_m4_foreach([$1], [], m4_shift($@))])])
-
-# m4_list_cmp(A, B)
-# -----------------
-# Compare the two lists of integer expressions A and B.
-#
-# m4_list_cmp takes care of any side effects; we only override
-# _m4_list_cmp_raw, where we can safely expand lists multiple times.
-# First, insert padding so that both lists are the same length; the
-# trailing +0 is necessary to handle a missing list. Next, create a
-# temporary macro to perform pairwise comparisons until an inequality
-# is found. For example, m4_list_cmp([1], [1,2]) creates _m4_cmp as
-# m4_if(m4_eval([($1) != ($3)]), [1], [m4_cmp([$1], [$3])],
-# m4_eval([($2) != ($4)]), [1], [m4_cmp([$2], [$4])],
-# [0]_m4_popdef([_m4_cmp]))
-# then calls _m4_cmp([1+0], [0*2], [1], [2+0])
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp_raw],
-[m4_if([$1], [$2], 0,
- [_m4_list_cmp($1+0_m4_list_pad(m4_count($1), m4_count($2)),
- $2+0_m4_list_pad(m4_count($2), m4_count($1)))])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_pad],
-[m4_if(m4_eval($1 < $2), [1],
- [_m4_for(m4_incr([$1]), [$2], [1], [,0*])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_cmp], [m4_if(]_m4_for(
- [1], m4_eval([$# >> 1]), [1], [$0_(], [,]m4_eval([$# >> 1])[)])[
- [0]_m4_popdef([_m4_cmp]))])_m4_cmp($@)])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp_],
-[$0_([$1], m4_eval([$1 + $2]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp__],
-[[m4_eval([($$1) != ($$2)]), [1], [m4_cmp([$$1], [$$2])],
-]])
-
-# m4_max(EXPR, ...)
-# m4_min(EXPR, ...)
-# -----------------
-# Return the decimal value of the maximum (or minimum) in a series of
-# integer expressions.
-#
-# _m4_foreach to the rescue; we only need to replace _m4_minmax. Here,
-# we need a temporary macro to track the best answer so far, so that
-# the foreach expression is tractable.
-m4_define([_m4_minmax],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_best], m4_eval([$2]))_m4_foreach(
- [m4_define([_m4_best], $1(_m4_best,], [))], m4_shift($@))]dnl
-[_m4_best[]_m4_popdef([_m4_best])])
-
-# m4_set_add_all(SET, VALUE...)
-# -----------------------------
-# Add each VALUE into SET. This is O(n) in the number of VALUEs, and
-# can be faster than calling m4_set_add for each VALUE.
-#
-# _m4_foreach to the rescue. If no deletions have occurred, then
-# avoid the speed penalty of m4_set_add.
-m4_define([m4_set_add_all],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [], [$#], [1], [],
- [m4_define([_m4_set_size($1)], m4_eval(m4_set_size([$1])
- + m4_len(_m4_foreach(m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)],
- [[m4_set_add]], [[_$0]])[([$1],], [)], $@))))])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_add_all],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)], [],
- [m4_define([_m4_set([$1],$2)],
- [1])m4_pushdef([_m4_set([$1])], [$2])-])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/m4sugar.m4 b/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/m4sugar.m4
deleted file mode 100644
index b732abc7..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/m4sugar/m4sugar.m4
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,3307 +0,0 @@
-divert(-1)# -*- Autoconf -*-
-# This file is part of Autoconf.
-# Base M4 layer.
-# Requires GNU M4.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 1999-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-# This file is part of Autoconf. 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 3 of the License, 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.
-#
-# Under Section 7 of GPL version 3, you are granted additional
-# permissions described in the Autoconf Configure Script Exception,
-# version 3.0, as published by the Free Software Foundation.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# and a copy of the Autoconf Configure Script Exception along with
-# this program; see the files COPYINGv3 and COPYING.EXCEPTION
-# respectively. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-# Written by Akim Demaille.
-
-# Set the quotes, whatever the current quoting system.
-changequote()
-changequote([, ])
-
-# Some old m4's don't support m4exit. But they provide
-# equivalent functionality by core dumping because of the
-# long macros we define.
-ifdef([__gnu__], ,
-[errprint(M4sugar requires GNU M4. Install it before installing M4sugar or
-set the M4 environment variable to its absolute file name.)
-m4exit(2)])
-
-
-## ------------------------------- ##
-## 1. Simulate --prefix-builtins. ##
-## ------------------------------- ##
-
-# m4_define
-# m4_defn
-# m4_undefine
-define([m4_define], defn([define]))
-define([m4_defn], defn([defn]))
-define([m4_undefine], defn([undefine]))
-
-m4_undefine([define])
-m4_undefine([defn])
-m4_undefine([undefine])
-
-
-# m4_copy(SRC, DST)
-# -----------------
-# Define DST as the definition of SRC.
-# What's the difference between:
-# 1. m4_copy([from], [to])
-# 2. m4_define([to], [from($@)])
-# Well, obviously 1 is more expensive in space. Maybe 2 is more expensive
-# in time, but because of the space cost of 1, it's not that obvious.
-# Nevertheless, one huge difference is the handling of `$0'. If `from'
-# uses `$0', then with 1, `to''s `$0' is `to', while it is `from' in 2.
-# The user would certainly prefer to see `to'.
-#
-# This definition is in effect during m4sugar initialization, when
-# there are no pushdef stacks; later on, we redefine it to something
-# more powerful for all other clients to use.
-m4_define([m4_copy],
-[m4_define([$2], m4_defn([$1]))])
-
-
-# m4_rename(SRC, DST)
-# -------------------
-# Rename the macro SRC to DST.
-m4_define([m4_rename],
-[m4_copy([$1], [$2])m4_undefine([$1])])
-
-
-# m4_rename_m4(MACRO-NAME)
-# ------------------------
-# Rename MACRO-NAME to m4_MACRO-NAME.
-m4_define([m4_rename_m4],
-[m4_rename([$1], [m4_$1])])
-
-
-# m4_copy_unm4(m4_MACRO-NAME)
-# ---------------------------
-# Copy m4_MACRO-NAME to MACRO-NAME.
-m4_define([m4_copy_unm4],
-[m4_copy([$1], m4_bpatsubst([$1], [^m4_\(.*\)], [[\1]]))])
-
-
-# Some m4 internals have names colliding with tokens we might use.
-# Rename them a` la `m4 --prefix-builtins'. Conditionals first, since
-# some subsequent renames are conditional.
-m4_rename_m4([ifdef])
-m4_rename([ifelse], [m4_if])
-
-m4_rename_m4([builtin])
-m4_rename_m4([changecom])
-m4_rename_m4([changequote])
-m4_ifdef([changeword],dnl conditionally available in 1.4.x
-[m4_undefine([changeword])])
-m4_rename_m4([debugfile])
-m4_rename_m4([debugmode])
-m4_rename_m4([decr])
-m4_rename_m4([divnum])
-m4_rename_m4([dumpdef])
-m4_rename_m4([errprint])
-m4_rename_m4([esyscmd])
-m4_rename_m4([eval])
-m4_rename_m4([format])
-m4_undefine([include])
-m4_rename_m4([incr])
-m4_rename_m4([index])
-m4_rename_m4([indir])
-m4_rename_m4([len])
-m4_rename([m4exit], [m4_exit])
-m4_undefine([m4wrap])
-m4_ifdef([mkstemp],dnl added in M4 1.4.8
-[m4_rename_m4([mkstemp])
-m4_copy([m4_mkstemp], [m4_maketemp])
-m4_undefine([maketemp])],
-[m4_rename_m4([maketemp])
-m4_copy([m4_maketemp], [m4_mkstemp])])
-m4_rename([patsubst], [m4_bpatsubst])
-m4_rename_m4([popdef])
-m4_rename_m4([pushdef])
-m4_rename([regexp], [m4_bregexp])
-m4_rename_m4([shift])
-m4_undefine([sinclude])
-m4_rename_m4([substr])
-m4_ifdef([symbols],dnl present only in alpha-quality 1.4o
-[m4_rename_m4([symbols])])
-m4_rename_m4([syscmd])
-m4_rename_m4([sysval])
-m4_rename_m4([traceoff])
-m4_rename_m4([traceon])
-m4_rename_m4([translit])
-
-# _m4_defn(ARG)
-# -------------
-# _m4_defn is for internal use only - it bypasses the wrapper, so it
-# must only be used on one argument at a time, and only on macros
-# known to be defined. Make sure this still works if the user renames
-# m4_defn but not _m4_defn.
-m4_copy([m4_defn], [_m4_defn])
-
-# _m4_divert_raw(NUM)
-# -------------------
-# _m4_divert_raw is for internal use only. Use this instead of
-# m4_builtin([divert], NUM), so that tracing diversion flow is easier.
-m4_rename([divert], [_m4_divert_raw])
-
-# _m4_popdef(ARG...)
-# ------------------
-# _m4_popdef is for internal use only - it bypasses the wrapper, so it
-# must only be used on macros known to be defined. Make sure this
-# still works if the user renames m4_popdef but not _m4_popdef.
-m4_copy([m4_popdef], [_m4_popdef])
-
-# _m4_undefine(ARG...)
-# --------------------
-# _m4_undefine is for internal use only - it bypasses the wrapper, so
-# it must only be used on macros known to be defined. Make sure this
-# still works if the user renames m4_undefine but not _m4_undefine.
-m4_copy([m4_undefine], [_m4_undefine])
-
-# _m4_undivert(NUM...)
-# --------------------
-# _m4_undivert is for internal use only, and should always be given
-# arguments. Use this instead of m4_builtin([undivert], NUM...), so
-# that tracing diversion flow is easier.
-m4_rename([undivert], [_m4_undivert])
-
-
-## ------------------- ##
-## 2. Error messages. ##
-## ------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_location
-# -----------
-# Output the current file, colon, and the current line number.
-m4_define([m4_location],
-[__file__:__line__])
-
-
-# m4_errprintn(MSG)
-# -----------------
-# Same as `errprint', but with the missing end of line.
-m4_define([m4_errprintn],
-[m4_errprint([$1
-])])
-
-
-# m4_warning(MSG)
-# ---------------
-# Warn the user.
-m4_define([m4_warning],
-[m4_errprintn(m4_location[: warning: $1])])
-
-
-# m4_fatal(MSG, [EXIT-STATUS])
-# ----------------------------
-# Fatal the user. :)
-m4_define([m4_fatal],
-[m4_errprintn(m4_location[: error: $1]
-m4_expansion_stack)m4_exit(m4_if([$2],, 1, [$2]))])
-
-
-# m4_assert(EXPRESSION, [EXIT-STATUS = 1])
-# ----------------------------------------
-# This macro ensures that EXPRESSION evaluates to true, and exits if
-# EXPRESSION evaluates to false.
-m4_define([m4_assert],
-[m4_if(m4_eval([$1]), 0,
- [m4_fatal([assert failed: $1], [$2])])])
-
-
-
-## ------------- ##
-## 3. Warnings. ##
-## ------------- ##
-
-
-# _m4_warn(CATEGORY, MESSAGE, [STACK-TRACE])
-# ------------------------------------------
-# Report a MESSAGE to the user if the CATEGORY of warnings is enabled.
-# This is for traces only.
-# If present, STACK-TRACE is a \n-separated list of "LOCATION: MESSAGE",
-# where the last line (and no other) ends with "the top level".
-#
-# Within m4, the macro is a no-op. This macro really matters
-# when autom4te post-processes the trace output.
-m4_define([_m4_warn], [])
-
-
-# m4_warn(CATEGORY, MESSAGE)
-# --------------------------
-# Report a MESSAGE to the user if the CATEGORY of warnings is enabled.
-m4_define([m4_warn],
-[_m4_warn([$1], [$2],
-m4_ifdef([_m4_expansion_stack], [m4_expansion_stack]))])
-
-
-
-## ------------------- ##
-## 4. File inclusion. ##
-## ------------------- ##
-
-
-# We also want to neutralize include (and sinclude for symmetry),
-# but we want to extend them slightly: warn when a file is included
-# several times. This is, in general, a dangerous operation, because
-# too many people forget to quote the first argument of m4_define.
-#
-# For instance in the following case:
-# m4_define(foo, [bar])
-# then a second reading will turn into
-# m4_define(bar, [bar])
-# which is certainly not what was meant.
-
-# m4_include_unique(FILE)
-# -----------------------
-# Declare that the FILE was loading; and warn if it has already
-# been included.
-m4_define([m4_include_unique],
-[m4_ifdef([m4_include($1)],
- [m4_warn([syntax], [file `$1' included several times])])dnl
-m4_define([m4_include($1)])])
-
-
-# m4_include(FILE)
-# ----------------
-# Like the builtin include, but warns against multiple inclusions.
-m4_define([m4_include],
-[m4_include_unique([$1])dnl
-m4_builtin([include], [$1])])
-
-
-# m4_sinclude(FILE)
-# -----------------
-# Like the builtin sinclude, but warns against multiple inclusions.
-m4_define([m4_sinclude],
-[m4_include_unique([$1])dnl
-m4_builtin([sinclude], [$1])])
-
-
-
-## ------------------------------------ ##
-## 5. Additional branching constructs. ##
-## ------------------------------------ ##
-
-# Both `m4_ifval' and `m4_ifset' tests against the empty string. The
-# difference is that `m4_ifset' is specialized on macros.
-#
-# In case of arguments of macros, eg. $1, it makes little difference.
-# In the case of a macro `FOO', you don't want to check `m4_ifval(FOO,
-# TRUE)', because if `FOO' expands with commas, there is a shifting of
-# the arguments. So you want to run `m4_ifval([FOO])', but then you just
-# compare the *string* `FOO' against `', which, of course fails.
-#
-# So you want the variation `m4_ifset' that expects a macro name as $1.
-# If this macro is both defined and defined to a non empty value, then
-# it runs TRUE, etc.
-
-
-# m4_ifblank(COND, [IF-BLANK], [IF-TEXT])
-# m4_ifnblank(COND, [IF-TEXT], [IF-BLANK])
-# ----------------------------------------
-# If COND is empty, or consists only of blanks (space, tab, newline),
-# then expand IF-BLANK, otherwise expand IF-TEXT. This differs from
-# m4_ifval only if COND has just whitespace, but it helps optimize in
-# spite of users who mistakenly leave trailing space after what they
-# thought was an empty argument:
-# macro(
-# []
-# )
-#
-# Writing one macro in terms of the other causes extra overhead, so
-# we inline both definitions.
-m4_define([m4_ifblank],
-[m4_if(m4_translit([[$1]], [ ][ ][
-]), [], [$2], [$3])])
-
-m4_define([m4_ifnblank],
-[m4_if(m4_translit([[$1]], [ ][ ][
-]), [], [$3], [$2])])
-
-
-# m4_ifval(COND, [IF-TRUE], [IF-FALSE])
-# -------------------------------------
-# If COND is not the empty string, expand IF-TRUE, otherwise IF-FALSE.
-# Comparable to m4_ifdef.
-m4_define([m4_ifval],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [$3], [$2])])
-
-
-# m4_n(TEXT)
-# ----------
-# If TEXT is not empty, return TEXT and a new line, otherwise nothing.
-m4_define([m4_n],
-[m4_if([$1],
- [], [],
- [$1
-])])
-
-
-# m4_ifvaln(COND, [IF-TRUE], [IF-FALSE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Same as `m4_ifval', but add an extra newline to IF-TRUE or IF-FALSE
-# unless that argument is empty.
-m4_define([m4_ifvaln],
-[m4_if([$1],
- [], [m4_n([$3])],
- [m4_n([$2])])])
-
-
-# m4_ifset(MACRO, [IF-TRUE], [IF-FALSE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# If MACRO has no definition, or of its definition is the empty string,
-# expand IF-FALSE, otherwise IF-TRUE.
-m4_define([m4_ifset],
-[m4_ifdef([$1],
- [m4_ifval(_m4_defn([$1]), [$2], [$3])],
- [$3])])
-
-
-# m4_ifndef(NAME, [IF-NOT-DEFINED], [IF-DEFINED])
-# -----------------------------------------------
-m4_define([m4_ifndef],
-[m4_ifdef([$1], [$3], [$2])])
-
-
-# m4_case(SWITCH, VAL1, IF-VAL1, VAL2, IF-VAL2, ..., DEFAULT)
-# -----------------------------------------------------------
-# m4 equivalent of
-# switch (SWITCH)
-# {
-# case VAL1:
-# IF-VAL1;
-# break;
-# case VAL2:
-# IF-VAL2;
-# break;
-# ...
-# default:
-# DEFAULT;
-# break;
-# }.
-# All the values are optional, and the macro is robust to active
-# symbols properly quoted.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_case],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [],
- [$#], 1, [],
- [$#], 2, [$2],
- [$1], [$2], [$3],
- [$0([$1], m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_bmatch(SWITCH, RE1, VAL1, RE2, VAL2, ..., DEFAULT)
-# -----------------------------------------------------
-# m4 equivalent of
-#
-# if (SWITCH =~ RE1)
-# VAL1;
-# elif (SWITCH =~ RE2)
-# VAL2;
-# elif ...
-# ...
-# else
-# DEFAULT
-#
-# All the values are optional, and the macro is robust to active symbols
-# properly quoted.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_bmatch],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], 1, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#: $1])],
- [$#], 2, [$2],
- [m4_if(m4_bregexp([$1], [$2]), -1, [$0([$1], m4_shift3($@))],
- [$3])])])
-
-# m4_argn(N, ARGS...)
-# -------------------
-# Extract argument N (greater than 0) from ARGS. Example:
-# m4_define([b], [B])
-# m4_argn([2], [a], [b], [c]) => b
-#
-# Rather than using m4_car(m4_shiftn([$1], $@)), we exploit the fact that
-# GNU m4 can directly reference any argument, through an indirect macro.
-m4_define([m4_argn],
-[m4_assert([0 < $1])]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([_$0], [_m4_popdef([_$0])]m4_dquote([$]m4_incr([$1])))_$0($@)])
-
-
-# m4_car(ARGS...)
-# m4_cdr(ARGS...)
-# ---------------
-# Manipulate m4 lists. m4_car returns the first argument. m4_cdr
-# bundles all but the first argument into a quoted list. These two
-# macros are generally used with list arguments, with quoting removed
-# to break the list into multiple m4 ARGS.
-m4_define([m4_car], [[$1]])
-m4_define([m4_cdr],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [m4_fatal([$0: cannot be called without arguments])],
- [$#], 1, [],
- [m4_dquote(m4_shift($@))])])
-
-# _m4_cdr(ARGS...)
-# ----------------
-# Like m4_cdr, except include a leading comma unless only one argument
-# remains. Why? Because comparing a large list against [] is more
-# expensive in expansion time than comparing the number of arguments; so
-# _m4_cdr can be used to reduce the number of arguments when it is time
-# to end recursion.
-m4_define([_m4_cdr],
-[m4_if([$#], 1, [],
- [, m4_dquote(m4_shift($@))])])
-
-
-
-# m4_cond(TEST1, VAL1, IF-VAL1, TEST2, VAL2, IF-VAL2, ..., [DEFAULT])
-# -------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Similar to m4_if, except that each TEST is expanded when encountered.
-# If the expansion of TESTn matches the string VALn, the result is IF-VALn.
-# The result is DEFAULT if no tests passed. This macro allows
-# short-circuiting of expensive tests, where it pays to arrange quick
-# filter tests to run first.
-#
-# For an example, consider a previous implementation of _AS_QUOTE_IFELSE:
-#
-# m4_if(m4_index([$1], [\]), [-1], [$2],
-# m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\\]) >= 0), [1], [$2],
-# m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\$]) >= 0), [1], [$2],
-# m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\`]) >= 0), [1], [$3],
-# m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\"]) >= 0), [1], [$3],
-# [$2])
-#
-# Here, m4_index is computed 5 times, and m4_eval 4, even if $1 contains
-# no backslash. It is more efficient to do:
-#
-# m4_cond([m4_index([$1], [\])], [-1], [$2],
-# [m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\\]) >= 0)], [1], [$2],
-# [m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\$]) >= 0)], [1], [$2],
-# [m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\`]) >= 0)], [1], [$3],
-# [m4_eval(m4_index([$1], [\"]) >= 0)], [1], [$3],
-# [$2])
-#
-# In the common case of $1 with no backslash, only one m4_index expansion
-# occurs, and m4_eval is avoided altogether.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_cond],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: cannot be called without arguments])],
- [$#], [1], [$1],
- m4_eval([$# % 3]), [2], [m4_fatal([$0: missing an argument])],
- [_$0($@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_cond],
-[m4_if(($1), [($2)], [$3],
- [$#], [3], [],
- [$#], [4], [$4],
- [$0(m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-## ---------------------------------------- ##
-## 6. Enhanced version of some primitives. ##
-## ---------------------------------------- ##
-
-# m4_bpatsubsts(STRING, RE1, SUBST1, RE2, SUBST2, ...)
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# m4 equivalent of
-#
-# $_ = STRING;
-# s/RE1/SUBST1/g;
-# s/RE2/SUBST2/g;
-# ...
-#
-# All the values are optional, and the macro is robust to active symbols
-# properly quoted.
-#
-# I would have liked to name this macro `m4_bpatsubst', unfortunately,
-# due to quotation problems, I need to double quote $1 below, therefore
-# the anchors are broken :( I can't let users be trapped by that.
-#
-# Recall that m4_shift3 always results in an argument. Hence, we need
-# to distinguish between a final deletion vs. ending recursion.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_bpatsubsts],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], 1, [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#: $1])],
- [$#], 2, [m4_unquote(m4_builtin([patsubst], [[$1]], [$2]))],
- [$#], 3, [m4_unquote(m4_builtin([patsubst], [[$1]], [$2], [$3]))],
- [_$0($@m4_if(m4_eval($# & 1), 0, [,]))])])
-m4_define([_m4_bpatsubsts],
-[m4_if([$#], 2, [$1],
- [$0(m4_builtin([patsubst], [[$1]], [$2], [$3]),
- m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_copy(SRC, DST)
-# -----------------
-# Define the pushdef stack DST as a copy of the pushdef stack SRC;
-# give an error if DST is already defined. This is particularly nice
-# for copying self-modifying pushdef stacks, where the top definition
-# includes one-shot initialization that is later popped to the normal
-# definition. This version intentionally does nothing if SRC is
-# undefined.
-#
-# Some macros simply can't be renamed with this method: namely, anything
-# involved in the implementation of m4_stack_foreach_sep.
-m4_define([m4_copy],
-[m4_ifdef([$2], [m4_fatal([$0: won't overwrite defined macro: $2])],
- [m4_stack_foreach_sep([$1], [m4_pushdef([$2],], [)])])]dnl
-[m4_ifdef([m4_location($1)], [m4_define([m4_location($2)], m4_location)])])
-
-
-# m4_copy_force(SRC, DST)
-# m4_rename_force(SRC, DST)
-# -------------------------
-# Like m4_copy/m4_rename, except blindly overwrite any existing DST.
-# Note that m4_copy_force tolerates undefined SRC, while m4_rename_force
-# does not.
-m4_define([m4_copy_force],
-[m4_ifdef([$2], [_m4_undefine([$2])])m4_copy($@)])
-
-m4_define([m4_rename_force],
-[m4_ifdef([$2], [_m4_undefine([$2])])m4_rename($@)])
-
-
-# m4_define_default(MACRO, VALUE)
-# -------------------------------
-# If MACRO is undefined, set it to VALUE.
-m4_define([m4_define_default],
-[m4_ifndef([$1], [m4_define($@)])])
-
-
-# m4_default(EXP1, EXP2)
-# m4_default_nblank(EXP1, EXP2)
-# -----------------------------
-# Returns EXP1 if not empty/blank, otherwise EXP2. Expand the result.
-#
-# m4_default is called on hot paths, so inline the contents of m4_ifval,
-# for one less round of expansion.
-m4_define([m4_default],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [$2], [$1])])
-
-m4_define([m4_default_nblank],
-[m4_ifblank([$1], [$2], [$1])])
-
-
-# m4_default_quoted(EXP1, EXP2)
-# m4_default_nblank_quoted(EXP1, EXP2)
-# ------------------------------------
-# Returns EXP1 if non empty/blank, otherwise EXP2. Leave the result quoted.
-#
-# For comparison:
-# m4_define([active], [ACTIVE])
-# m4_default([active], [default]) => ACTIVE
-# m4_default([], [active]) => ACTIVE
-# -m4_default([ ], [active])- => - -
-# -m4_default_nblank([ ], [active])- => -ACTIVE-
-# m4_default_quoted([active], [default]) => active
-# m4_default_quoted([], [active]) => active
-# -m4_default_quoted([ ], [active])- => - -
-# -m4_default_nblank_quoted([ ], [active])- => -active-
-#
-# m4_default macro is called on hot paths, so inline the contents of m4_ifval,
-# for one less round of expansion.
-m4_define([m4_default_quoted],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [[$2]], [[$1]])])
-
-m4_define([m4_default_nblank_quoted],
-[m4_ifblank([$1], [[$2]], [[$1]])])
-
-
-# m4_defn(NAME)
-# -------------
-# Like the original, except guarantee a warning when using something which is
-# undefined (unlike M4 1.4.x). This replacement is not a full-featured
-# replacement: if any of the defined macros contain unbalanced quoting, but
-# when pasted together result in a well-quoted string, then only native m4
-# support is able to get it correct. But that's where quadrigraphs come in
-# handy, if you really need unbalanced quotes inside your macros.
-#
-# This macro is called frequently, so minimize the amount of additional
-# expansions by skipping m4_ifndef. Better yet, if __m4_version__ exists,
-# (added in M4 1.6), then let m4 do the job for us (see m4_init).
-m4_define([m4_defn],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [[$0]],
- [$#], [1], [m4_ifdef([$1], [_m4_defn([$1])],
- [m4_fatal([$0: undefined macro: $1])])],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-
-# m4_dumpdef(NAME...)
-# -------------------
-# In m4 1.4.x, dumpdef writes to the current debugfile, rather than
-# stderr. This in turn royally confuses autom4te; so we follow the
-# lead of newer m4 and always dump to stderr. Unlike the original,
-# this version requires an argument, since there is no convenient way
-# in m4 1.4.x to grab the names of all defined macros. Newer m4
-# always dumps to stderr, regardless of the current debugfile; it also
-# provides m4symbols as a way to grab all current macro names. But
-# dumpdefs is not frequently called, so we don't need to worry about
-# conditionally using these newer features. Also, this version
-# doesn't sort multiple arguments.
-#
-# If we detect m4 1.6 or newer, then provide an alternate definition,
-# installed during m4_init, that allows builtins through.
-# Unfortunately, there is no nice way in m4 1.4.x to dump builtins.
-m4_define([m4_dumpdef],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: missing argument])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_ifdef([$1], [m4_errprintn(
- [$1: ]m4_dquote(_m4_defn([$1])))], [m4_fatal([$0: undefined macro: $1])])],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_dumpdef],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: missing argument])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_builtin([dumpdef], [$1])],
- [m4_map_args_sep([m4_builtin([dumpdef],], [)], [], $@)])])
-
-
-# m4_dumpdefs(NAME...)
-# --------------------
-# Similar to `m4_dumpdef(NAME)', but if NAME was m4_pushdef'ed, display its
-# value stack (most recent displayed first). Also, this version silently
-# ignores undefined macros, rather than erroring out.
-#
-# This macro cheats, because it relies on the current definition of NAME
-# while the second argument of m4_stack_foreach_lifo is evaluated (which
-# would be undefined according to the API).
-m4_define([m4_dumpdefs],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: missing argument])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_stack_foreach_lifo([$1], [m4_dumpdef([$1])m4_ignore])],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-# m4_esyscmd_s(COMMAND)
-# ---------------------
-# Like m4_esyscmd, except strip any trailing newlines, thus behaving
-# more like shell command substitution.
-m4_define([m4_esyscmd_s],
-[m4_chomp_all(m4_esyscmd([$1]))])
-
-
-# m4_popdef(NAME)
-# ---------------
-# Like the original, except guarantee a warning when using something which is
-# undefined (unlike M4 1.4.x).
-#
-# This macro is called frequently, so minimize the amount of additional
-# expansions by skipping m4_ifndef. Better yet, if __m4_version__ exists,
-# (added in M4 1.6), then let m4 do the job for us (see m4_init).
-m4_define([m4_popdef],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [[$0]],
- [$#], [1], [m4_ifdef([$1], [_m4_popdef([$1])],
- [m4_fatal([$0: undefined macro: $1])])],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-
-# m4_shiftn(N, ...)
-# -----------------
-# Returns ... shifted N times. Useful for recursive "varargs" constructs.
-#
-# Autoconf does not use this macro, because it is inherently slower than
-# calling the common cases of m4_shift2 or m4_shift3 directly. But it
-# might as well be fast for other clients, such as Libtool. One way to
-# do this is to expand $@ only once in _m4_shiftn (otherwise, for long
-# lists, the expansion of m4_if takes twice as much memory as what the
-# list itself occupies, only to throw away the unused branch). The end
-# result is strictly equivalent to
-# m4_if([$1], 1, [m4_shift(,m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))],
-# [_m4_shiftn(m4_decr([$1]), m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))])
-# but with the final `m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))' shared between the two
-# paths. The first leg uses a no-op m4_shift(,$@) to balance out the ().
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_shiftn],
-[m4_assert(0 < $1 && $1 < $#)_$0($@)])
-
-m4_define([_m4_shiftn],
-[m4_if([$1], 1, [m4_shift(],
- [$0(m4_decr([$1])]), m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))])
-
-# m4_shift2(...)
-# m4_shift3(...)
-# --------------
-# Returns ... shifted twice, and three times. Faster than m4_shiftn.
-m4_define([m4_shift2], [m4_shift(m4_shift($@))])
-m4_define([m4_shift3], [m4_shift(m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))])
-
-# _m4_shift2(...)
-# _m4_shift3(...)
-# ---------------
-# Like m4_shift2 or m4_shift3, except include a leading comma unless shifting
-# consumes all arguments. Why? Because in recursion, it is nice to
-# distinguish between 1 element left and 0 elements left, based on how many
-# arguments this shift expands to.
-m4_define([_m4_shift2],
-[m4_if([$#], [2], [],
- [, m4_shift(m4_shift($@))])])
-m4_define([_m4_shift3],
-[m4_if([$#], [3], [],
- [, m4_shift(m4_shift(m4_shift($@)))])])
-
-
-# m4_undefine(NAME)
-# -----------------
-# Like the original, except guarantee a warning when using something which is
-# undefined (unlike M4 1.4.x).
-#
-# This macro is called frequently, so minimize the amount of additional
-# expansions by skipping m4_ifndef. Better yet, if __m4_version__ exists,
-# (added in M4 1.6), then let m4 do the job for us (see m4_init).
-m4_define([m4_undefine],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [[$0]],
- [$#], [1], [m4_ifdef([$1], [_m4_undefine([$1])],
- [m4_fatal([$0: undefined macro: $1])])],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-# _m4_wrap(PRE, POST)
-# -------------------
-# Helper macro for m4_wrap and m4_wrap_lifo. Allows nested calls to
-# m4_wrap within wrapped text. Use _m4_defn and _m4_popdef for speed.
-m4_define([_m4_wrap],
-[m4_ifdef([$0_text],
- [m4_define([$0_text], [$1]_m4_defn([$0_text])[$2])],
- [m4_builtin([m4wrap], [m4_unquote(
- _m4_defn([$0_text])_m4_popdef([$0_text]))])m4_define([$0_text], [$1$2])])])
-
-# m4_wrap(TEXT)
-# -------------
-# Append TEXT to the list of hooks to be executed at the end of input.
-# Whereas the order of the original may be LIFO in the underlying m4,
-# this version is always FIFO.
-m4_define([m4_wrap],
-[_m4_wrap([], [$1[]])])
-
-# m4_wrap_lifo(TEXT)
-# ------------------
-# Prepend TEXT to the list of hooks to be executed at the end of input.
-# Whereas the order of m4_wrap may be FIFO in the underlying m4, this
-# version is always LIFO.
-m4_define([m4_wrap_lifo],
-[_m4_wrap([$1[]])])
-
-## ------------------------- ##
-## 7. Quoting manipulation. ##
-## ------------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_apply(MACRO, LIST)
-# ---------------------
-# Invoke MACRO, with arguments provided from the quoted list of
-# comma-separated quoted arguments. If LIST is empty, invoke MACRO
-# without arguments. The expansion will not be concatenated with
-# subsequent text.
-m4_define([m4_apply],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [$1], [$1($2)])[]])
-
-# _m4_apply(MACRO, LIST)
-# ----------------------
-# Like m4_apply, except do nothing if LIST is empty.
-m4_define([_m4_apply],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [], [$1($2)[]])])
-
-
-# m4_count(ARGS)
-# --------------
-# Return a count of how many ARGS are present.
-m4_define([m4_count], [$#])
-
-
-# m4_curry(MACRO, ARG...)
-# -----------------------
-# Perform argument currying. The expansion of this macro is another
-# macro that takes exactly one argument, appends it to the end of the
-# original ARG list, then invokes MACRO. For example:
-# m4_curry([m4_curry], [m4_reverse], [1])([2])([3]) => 3, 2, 1
-# Not quite as practical as m4_incr, but you could also do:
-# m4_define([add], [m4_eval(([$1]) + ([$2]))])
-# m4_define([add_one], [m4_curry([add], [1])])
-# add_one()([2]) => 3
-m4_define([m4_curry], [$1(m4_shift($@,)_$0])
-m4_define([_m4_curry], [[$1])])
-
-
-# m4_do(STRING, ...)
-# ------------------
-# This macro invokes all its arguments (in sequence, of course). It is
-# useful for making your macros more structured and readable by dropping
-# unnecessary dnl's and have the macros indented properly. No concatenation
-# occurs after a STRING; use m4_unquote(m4_join(,STRING)) for that.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_do],
-[m4_if([$#], 0, [],
- [$#], 1, [$1[]],
- [$1[]$0(m4_shift($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_dquote(ARGS)
-# ---------------
-# Return ARGS as a quoted list of quoted arguments.
-m4_define([m4_dquote], [[$@]])
-
-
-# m4_dquote_elt(ARGS)
-# -------------------
-# Return ARGS as an unquoted list of double-quoted arguments.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_dquote_elt],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [],
- [$#], [1], [[[$1]]],
- [[[$1]],$0(m4_shift($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_echo(ARGS)
-# -------------
-# Return the ARGS, with the same level of quoting. Whitespace after
-# unquoted commas are consumed.
-m4_define([m4_echo], [$@])
-
-
-# m4_expand(ARG)
-# _m4_expand(ARG)
-# ---------------
-# Return the expansion of ARG as a single string. Unlike
-# m4_quote($1), this preserves whitespace following single-quoted
-# commas that appear within ARG. It also deals with shell case
-# statements.
-#
-# m4_define([active], [ACT, IVE])
-# m4_define([active2], [[ACT, IVE]])
-# m4_quote(active, active2)
-# => ACT,IVE,ACT, IVE
-# m4_expand([active, active2])
-# => ACT, IVE, ACT, IVE
-#
-# Unfortunately, due to limitations in m4, ARG must expand to
-# something with balanced quotes (use quadrigraphs to get around
-# this), and should not contain the unlikely delimiters -=<{( or
-# )}>=-. It is possible to have unbalanced quoted `(' or `)', as well
-# as unbalanced unquoted `)'. m4_expand can handle unterminated
-# comments or dnl on the final line, at the expense of speed; it also
-# aids in detecting attempts to incorrectly change the current
-# diversion inside ARG. Meanwhile, _m4_expand is faster but must be
-# given a terminated expansion, and has no safety checks for
-# mis-diverted text.
-#
-# Exploit that extra unquoted () will group unquoted commas and the
-# following whitespace. m4_bpatsubst can't handle newlines inside $1,
-# and m4_substr strips quoting. So we (ab)use m4_changequote, using
-# temporary quotes to remove the delimiters that conveniently included
-# the unquoted () that were added prior to the changequote.
-#
-# Thanks to shell case statements, too many people are prone to pass
-# underquoted `)', so we try to detect that by passing a marker as a
-# fourth argument; if the marker is not present, then we assume that
-# we encountered an early `)', and re-expand the first argument, but
-# this time with one more `(' in the second argument and in the
-# open-quote delimiter. We must also ignore the slop from the
-# previous try. The final macro is thus half line-noise, half art.
-m4_define([m4_expand],
-[m4_pushdef([m4_divert], _m4_defn([_m4_divert_unsafe]))]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([m4_divert_push], _m4_defn([_m4_divert_unsafe]))]dnl
-[m4_chomp(_$0([$1
-]))_m4_popdef([m4_divert], [m4_divert_push])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_expand], [$0_([$1], [(], -=<{($1)}>=-, [}>=-])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_expand_],
-[m4_if([$4], [}>=-],
- [m4_changequote([-=<{$2], [)}>=-])$3m4_changequote([, ])],
- [$0([$1], [($2], -=<{($2$1)}>=-, [}>=-])m4_ignore$2])])
-
-
-# m4_ignore(ARGS)
-# ---------------
-# Expands to nothing. Useful for conditionally ignoring an arbitrary
-# number of arguments (see _m4_list_cmp for an example).
-m4_define([m4_ignore])
-
-
-# m4_make_list(ARGS)
-# ------------------
-# Similar to m4_dquote, this creates a quoted list of quoted ARGS. This
-# version is less efficient than m4_dquote, but separates each argument
-# with a comma and newline, rather than just comma, for readability.
-# When developing an m4sugar algorithm, you could temporarily use
-# m4_pushdef([m4_dquote],m4_defn([m4_make_list]))
-# around your code to make debugging easier.
-m4_define([m4_make_list], [m4_join([,
-], m4_dquote_elt($@))])
-
-
-# m4_noquote(STRING)
-# ------------------
-# Return the result of ignoring all quotes in STRING and invoking the
-# macros it contains. Among other things, this is useful for enabling
-# macro invocations inside strings with [] blocks (for instance regexps
-# and help-strings). On the other hand, since all quotes are disabled,
-# any macro expanded during this time that relies on nested [] quoting
-# will likely crash and burn. This macro is seldom useful; consider
-# m4_unquote or m4_expand instead.
-m4_define([m4_noquote],
-[m4_changequote([-=<{(],[)}>=-])$1-=<{()}>=-m4_changequote([,])])
-
-
-# m4_quote(ARGS)
-# --------------
-# Return ARGS as a single argument. Any whitespace after unquoted commas
-# is stripped. There is always output, even when there were no arguments.
-#
-# It is important to realize the difference between `m4_quote(exp)' and
-# `[exp]': in the first case you obtain the quoted *result* of the
-# expansion of EXP, while in the latter you just obtain the string
-# `exp'.
-m4_define([m4_quote], [[$*]])
-
-
-# _m4_quote(ARGS)
-# ---------------
-# Like m4_quote, except that when there are no arguments, there is no
-# output. For conditional scenarios (such as passing _m4_quote as the
-# macro name in m4_mapall), this feature can be used to distinguish between
-# one argument of the empty string vs. no arguments. However, in the
-# normal case with arguments present, this is less efficient than m4_quote.
-m4_define([_m4_quote],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [], [[$*]])])
-
-
-# m4_reverse(ARGS)
-# ----------------
-# Output ARGS in reverse order.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_reverse],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [], [$#], [1], [[$1]],
- [$0(m4_shift($@)), [$1]])])
-
-
-# m4_unquote(ARGS)
-# ----------------
-# Remove one layer of quotes from each ARG, performing one level of
-# expansion. For one argument, m4_unquote([arg]) is more efficient than
-# m4_do([arg]), but for multiple arguments, the difference is that
-# m4_unquote separates arguments with commas while m4_do concatenates.
-# Follow this macro with [] if concatenation with subsequent text is
-# undesired.
-m4_define([m4_unquote], [$*])
-
-
-## -------------------------- ##
-## 8. Implementing m4 loops. ##
-## -------------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_for(VARIABLE, FIRST, LAST, [STEP = +/-1], EXPRESSION)
-# --------------------------------------------------------
-# Expand EXPRESSION defining VARIABLE to FROM, FROM + 1, ..., TO with
-# increments of STEP. Both limits are included, and bounds are
-# checked for consistency. The algorithm is robust to indirect
-# VARIABLE names. Changing VARIABLE inside EXPRESSION will not impact
-# the number of iterations.
-#
-# Uses _m4_defn for speed, and avoid dnl in the macro body. Factor
-# the _m4_for call so that EXPRESSION is only parsed once.
-m4_define([m4_for],
-[m4_pushdef([$1], m4_eval([$2]))]dnl
-[m4_cond([m4_eval(([$3]) > ([$2]))], 1,
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_step], m4_eval(m4_default_quoted([$4],
- 1)))m4_assert(_m4_step > 0)_$0(_m4_defn([$1]),
- m4_eval((([$3]) - ([$2])) / _m4_step * _m4_step + ([$2])), _m4_step,],
- [m4_eval(([$3]) < ([$2]))], 1,
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_step], m4_eval(m4_default_quoted([$4],
- -1)))m4_assert(_m4_step < 0)_$0(_m4_defn([$1]),
- m4_eval((([$2]) - ([$3])) / -(_m4_step) * _m4_step + ([$2])), _m4_step,],
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_step])_$0(_m4_defn([$1]), _m4_defn([$1]), 0,])]dnl
-[[m4_define([$1],], [)$5])m4_popdef([_m4_step], [$1])])
-
-# _m4_for(COUNT, LAST, STEP, PRE, POST)
-# -------------------------------------
-# Core of the loop, no consistency checks, all arguments are plain
-# numbers. Expand PRE[COUNT]POST, then alter COUNT by STEP and
-# iterate if COUNT is not LAST.
-m4_define([_m4_for],
-[$4[$1]$5[]m4_if([$1], [$2], [],
- [$0(m4_eval([$1 + $3]), [$2], [$3], [$4], [$5])])])
-
-
-# Implementing `foreach' loops in m4 is much more tricky than it may
-# seem. For example, the old M4 1.4.4 manual had an incorrect example,
-# which looked like this (when translated to m4sugar):
-#
-# | # foreach(VAR, (LIST), STMT)
-# | m4_define([foreach],
-# | [m4_pushdef([$1])_foreach([$1], [$2], [$3])m4_popdef([$1])])
-# | m4_define([_arg1], [$1])
-# | m4_define([_foreach],
-# | [m4_if([$2], [()], ,
-# | [m4_define([$1], _arg1$2)$3[]_foreach([$1], (m4_shift$2), [$3])])])
-#
-# But then if you run
-#
-# | m4_define(a, 1)
-# | m4_define(b, 2)
-# | m4_define(c, 3)
-# | foreach([f], [([a], [(b], [c)])], [echo f
-# | ])
-#
-# it gives
-#
-# => echo 1
-# => echo (2,3)
-#
-# which is not what is expected.
-#
-# Of course the problem is that many quotes are missing. So you add
-# plenty of quotes at random places, until you reach the expected
-# result. Alternatively, if you are a quoting wizard, you directly
-# reach the following implementation (but if you really did, then
-# apply to the maintenance of m4sugar!).
-#
-# | # foreach(VAR, (LIST), STMT)
-# | m4_define([foreach], [m4_pushdef([$1])_foreach($@)m4_popdef([$1])])
-# | m4_define([_arg1], [[$1]])
-# | m4_define([_foreach],
-# | [m4_if($2, [()], ,
-# | [m4_define([$1], [_arg1$2])$3[]_foreach([$1], [(m4_shift$2)], [$3])])])
-#
-# which this time answers
-#
-# => echo a
-# => echo (b
-# => echo c)
-#
-# Bingo!
-#
-# Well, not quite.
-#
-# With a better look, you realize that the parens are more a pain than
-# a help: since anyway you need to quote properly the list, you end up
-# with always using an outermost pair of parens and an outermost pair
-# of quotes. Rejecting the parens both eases the implementation, and
-# simplifies the use:
-#
-# | # foreach(VAR, (LIST), STMT)
-# | m4_define([foreach], [m4_pushdef([$1])_foreach($@)m4_popdef([$1])])
-# | m4_define([_arg1], [$1])
-# | m4_define([_foreach],
-# | [m4_if($2, [], ,
-# | [m4_define([$1], [_arg1($2)])$3[]_foreach([$1], [m4_shift($2)], [$3])])])
-#
-#
-# Now, just replace the `$2' with `m4_quote($2)' in the outer `m4_if'
-# to improve robustness, and you come up with a nice implementation
-# that doesn't require extra parentheses in the user's LIST.
-#
-# But wait - now the algorithm is quadratic, because every recursion of
-# the algorithm keeps the entire LIST and merely adds another m4_shift to
-# the quoted text. If the user has a lot of elements in LIST, you can
-# bring the system to its knees with the memory m4 then requires, or trip
-# the m4 --nesting-limit recursion factor. The only way to avoid
-# quadratic growth is ensure m4_shift is expanded prior to the recursion.
-# Hence the design below.
-#
-# The M4 manual now includes a chapter devoted to this issue, with
-# the lessons learned from m4sugar. And still, this design is only
-# optimal for M4 1.6; see foreach.m4 for yet more comments on why
-# M4 1.4.x uses yet another implementation.
-
-
-# m4_foreach(VARIABLE, LIST, EXPRESSION)
-# --------------------------------------
-#
-# Expand EXPRESSION assigning each value of the LIST to VARIABLE.
-# LIST should have the form `item_1, item_2, ..., item_n', i.e. the
-# whole list must *quoted*. Quote members too if you don't want them
-# to be expanded.
-#
-# This macro is robust to active symbols:
-# | m4_define(active, [ACT, IVE])
-# | m4_foreach(Var, [active, active], [-Var-])
-# => -ACT--IVE--ACT--IVE-
-#
-# | m4_foreach(Var, [[active], [active]], [-Var-])
-# => -ACT, IVE--ACT, IVE-
-#
-# | m4_foreach(Var, [[[active]], [[active]]], [-Var-])
-# => -active--active-
-#
-# This macro is called frequently, so avoid extra expansions such as
-# m4_ifval and dnl. Also, since $2 might be quite large, try to use it
-# as little as possible in _m4_foreach; each extra use requires that much
-# more memory for expansion. So, rather than directly compare $2 against
-# [] and use m4_car/m4_cdr for recursion, we instead unbox the list (which
-# requires swapping the argument order in the helper), insert an ignored
-# third argument, and use m4_shift3 to detect when recursion is complete,
-# at which point this looks very much like m4_map_args.
-m4_define([m4_foreach],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [],
- [m4_pushdef([$1])_$0([m4_define([$1],], [)$3], [],
- $2)m4_popdef([$1])])])
-
-# _m4_foreach(PRE, POST, IGNORED, ARG...)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Form the common basis of the m4_foreach and m4_map macros. For each
-# ARG, expand PRE[ARG]POST[]. The IGNORED argument makes recursion
-# easier, and must be supplied rather than implicit.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([_m4_foreach],
-[m4_if([$#], [3], [],
- [$1[$4]$2[]$0([$1], [$2], m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_foreach_w(VARIABLE, LIST, EXPRESSION)
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Like m4_foreach, but the list is whitespace separated. Depending on
-# EXPRESSION, it may be more efficient to use m4_map_args_w.
-#
-# This macro is robust to active symbols:
-# m4_foreach_w([Var], [ active
-# b act\
-# ive ], [-Var-])end
-# => -active--b--active-end
-#
-# This used to use a slower implementation based on m4_foreach:
-# m4_foreach([$1], m4_split(m4_normalize([$2]), [ ]), [$3])
-m4_define([m4_foreach_w],
-[m4_pushdef([$1])m4_map_args_w([$2],
- [m4_define([$1],], [)$3])m4_popdef([$1])])
-
-
-# m4_map(MACRO, LIST)
-# m4_mapall(MACRO, LIST)
-# ----------------------
-# Invoke MACRO($1), MACRO($2) etc. where $1, $2... are the elements of
-# LIST. $1, $2... must in turn be lists, appropriate for m4_apply.
-# If LIST contains an empty sublist, m4_map skips the expansion of
-# MACRO, while m4_mapall expands MACRO with no arguments.
-#
-# Since LIST may be quite large, we want to minimize how often it
-# appears in the expansion. Rather than use m4_car/m4_cdr iteration,
-# we unbox the list, and use _m4_foreach for iteration. For m4_map,
-# an empty list behaves like an empty sublist and gets ignored; for
-# m4_mapall, we must special-case the empty list.
-m4_define([m4_map],
-[_m4_foreach([_m4_apply([$1],], [)], [], $2)])
-
-m4_define([m4_mapall],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [],
- [_m4_foreach([m4_apply([$1],], [)], [], $2)])])
-
-
-# m4_map_sep(MACRO, [SEPARATOR], LIST)
-# m4_mapall_sep(MACRO, [SEPARATOR], LIST)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Invoke MACRO($1), SEPARATOR, MACRO($2), ..., MACRO($N) where $1,
-# $2... $N are the elements of LIST, and are in turn lists appropriate
-# for m4_apply. SEPARATOR is expanded, in order to allow the creation
-# of a list of arguments by using a single-quoted comma as the
-# separator. For each empty sublist, m4_map_sep skips the expansion
-# of MACRO and SEPARATOR, while m4_mapall_sep expands MACRO with no
-# arguments.
-#
-# For m4_mapall_sep, merely expand the first iteration without the
-# separator, then include separator as part of subsequent recursion;
-# but avoid extra expansion of LIST's side-effects via a helper macro.
-# For m4_map_sep, things are trickier - we don't know if the first
-# list element is an empty sublist, so we must define a self-modifying
-# helper macro and use that as the separator instead.
-m4_define([m4_map_sep],
-[m4_pushdef([m4_Sep], [m4_define([m4_Sep], _m4_defn([m4_unquote]))])]dnl
-[_m4_foreach([_m4_apply([m4_Sep([$2])[]$1],], [)], [], $3)m4_popdef([m4_Sep])])
-
-m4_define([m4_mapall_sep],
-[m4_if([$3], [], [], [_$0([$1], [$2], $3)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_mapall_sep],
-[m4_apply([$1], [$3])_m4_foreach([m4_apply([$2[]$1],], [)], m4_shift2($@))])
-
-# m4_map_args(EXPRESSION, ARG...)
-# -------------------------------
-# Expand EXPRESSION([ARG]) for each argument. More efficient than
-# m4_foreach([var], [ARG...], [EXPRESSION(m4_defn([var]))])
-# Shorthand for m4_map_args_sep([EXPRESSION(], [)], [], ARG...).
-m4_define([m4_map_args],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], [1], [],
- [$#], [2], [$1([$2])[]],
- [_m4_foreach([$1(], [)], $@)])])
-
-
-# m4_map_args_pair(EXPRESSION, [END-EXPR = EXPRESSION], ARG...)
-# -------------------------------------------------------------
-# Perform a pairwise grouping of consecutive ARGs, by expanding
-# EXPRESSION([ARG1], [ARG2]). If there are an odd number of ARGs, the
-# final argument is expanded with END-EXPR([ARGn]).
-#
-# For example:
-# m4_define([show], [($*)m4_newline])dnl
-# m4_map_args_pair([show], [], [a], [b], [c], [d], [e])dnl
-# => (a,b)
-# => (c,d)
-# => (e)
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_map_args_pair],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#: $1])],
- [$#], [2], [],
- [$#], [3], [m4_default([$2], [$1])([$3])[]],
- [$#], [4], [$1([$3], [$4])[]],
- [$1([$3], [$4])[]$0([$1], [$2], m4_shift(m4_shift3($@)))])])
-
-
-# m4_map_args_sep([PRE], [POST], [SEP], ARG...)
-# ---------------------------------------------
-# Expand PRE[ARG]POST for each argument, with SEP between arguments.
-m4_define([m4_map_args_sep],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: too few arguments: $#])],
- [$#], [1], [],
- [$#], [2], [],
- [$#], [3], [],
- [$#], [4], [$1[$4]$2[]],
- [$1[$4]$2[]_m4_foreach([$3[]$1], [$2], m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_map_args_w(STRING, [PRE], [POST], [SEP])
-# -------------------------------------------
-# Perform the expansion of PRE[word]POST[] for each word in STRING
-# separated by whitespace. More efficient than:
-# m4_foreach_w([var], [STRING], [PRE[]m4_defn([var])POST])
-# Additionally, expand SEP between words.
-#
-# As long as we have to use m4_bpatsubst to split the string, we might
-# as well make it also apply PRE and POST; this avoids iteration
-# altogether. But we must be careful of any \ in PRE or POST.
-# _m4_strip returns a quoted string, but that's okay, since it also
-# supplies an empty leading and trailing argument due to our
-# intentional whitespace around STRING. We use m4_substr to strip the
-# empty elements and remove the extra layer of quoting.
-m4_define([m4_map_args_w],
-[_$0(_m4_split([ ]m4_flatten([$1])[ ], [[ ]+],
- m4_if(m4_index([$2$3$4], [\]), [-1], [[$3[]$4[]$2]],
- [m4_bpatsubst([[$3[]$4[]$2]], [\\], [\\\\])])),
- m4_len([[]$3[]$4]), m4_len([$4[]$2[]]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_map_args_w],
-[m4_substr([$1], [$2], m4_eval(m4_len([$1]) - [$2] - [$3]))])
-
-
-# m4_stack_foreach(MACRO, FUNC)
-# m4_stack_foreach_lifo(MACRO, FUNC)
-# ----------------------------------
-# Pass each stacked definition of MACRO to the one-argument macro FUNC.
-# m4_stack_foreach proceeds in FIFO order, while m4_stack_foreach_lifo
-# processes the topmost definitions first. In addition, FUNC should
-# not push or pop definitions of MACRO, and should not expect anything about
-# the active definition of MACRO (it will not be the topmost, and may not
-# be the one passed to FUNC either).
-#
-# Some macros simply can't be examined with this method: namely,
-# anything involved in the implementation of _m4_stack_reverse.
-m4_define([m4_stack_foreach],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([$1], [m4_tmp-$1])]dnl
-[_m4_stack_reverse([m4_tmp-$1], [$1], [$2(_m4_defn([m4_tmp-$1]))])])
-
-m4_define([m4_stack_foreach_lifo],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([$1], [m4_tmp-$1], [$2(_m4_defn([m4_tmp-$1]))])]dnl
-[_m4_stack_reverse([m4_tmp-$1], [$1])])
-
-# m4_stack_foreach_sep(MACRO, [PRE], [POST], [SEP])
-# m4_stack_foreach_sep_lifo(MACRO, [PRE], [POST], [SEP])
-# ------------------------------------------------------
-# Similar to m4_stack_foreach and m4_stack_foreach_lifo, in that every
-# definition of a pushdef stack will be visited. But rather than
-# passing the definition as a single argument to a macro, this variant
-# expands the concatenation of PRE[]definition[]POST, and expands SEP
-# between consecutive expansions. Note that m4_stack_foreach([a], [b])
-# is equivalent to m4_stack_foreach_sep([a], [b(], [)]).
-m4_define([m4_stack_foreach_sep],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([$1], [m4_tmp-$1])]dnl
-[_m4_stack_reverse([m4_tmp-$1], [$1], [$2[]_m4_defn([m4_tmp-$1])$3], [$4[]])])
-
-m4_define([m4_stack_foreach_sep_lifo],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([$1], [m4_tmp-$1], [$2[]_m4_defn([m4_tmp-$1])$3], [$4[]])]dnl
-[_m4_stack_reverse([m4_tmp-$1], [$1])])
-
-
-# _m4_stack_reverse(OLD, NEW, [ACTION], [SEP])
-# --------------------------------------------
-# A recursive worker for pushdef stack manipulation. Destructively
-# copy the OLD stack into the NEW, and expanding ACTION for each
-# iteration. After the first iteration, SEP is promoted to the front
-# of ACTION (note that SEP should include a trailing [] if it is to
-# avoid interfering with ACTION). The current definition is examined
-# after the NEW has been pushed but before OLD has been popped; this
-# order is important, as ACTION is permitted to operate on either
-# _m4_defn([OLD]) or _m4_defn([NEW]). Since the operation is
-# destructive, this macro is generally used twice, with a temporary
-# macro name holding the swapped copy.
-m4_define([_m4_stack_reverse],
-[m4_ifdef([$1], [m4_pushdef([$2],
- _m4_defn([$1]))$3[]_m4_popdef([$1])$0([$1], [$2], [$4$3])])])
-
-
-
-## --------------------------- ##
-## 9. More diversion support. ##
-## --------------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_cleardivert(DIVERSION-NAME...)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Discard any text in DIVERSION-NAME.
-#
-# This works even inside m4_expand.
-m4_define([m4_cleardivert],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: missing argument])],
- [_m4_divert_raw([-1])m4_undivert($@)_m4_divert_raw(
- _m4_divert(_m4_defn([_m4_divert_diversion]), [-]))])])
-
-
-# _m4_divert(DIVERSION-NAME or NUMBER, [NOWARN])
-# ----------------------------------------------
-# If DIVERSION-NAME is the name of a diversion, return its number,
-# otherwise if it is a NUMBER return it. Issue a warning about
-# the use of a number instead of a name, unless NOWARN is provided.
-m4_define([_m4_divert],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_divert($1)],
- [m4_indir([_m4_divert($1)])],
- [m4_if([$2], [], [m4_warn([syntax],
- [prefer named diversions])])$1])])
-
-# KILL is only used to suppress output.
-m4_define([_m4_divert(KILL)], -1)
-
-# The empty diversion name is a synonym for 0.
-m4_define([_m4_divert()], 0)
-
-
-# m4_divert_stack
-# ---------------
-# Print the diversion stack, if it's nonempty. The caller is
-# responsible for any leading or trailing newline.
-m4_define([m4_divert_stack],
-[m4_stack_foreach_sep_lifo([_m4_divert_stack], [], [], [
-])])
-
-
-# m4_divert_stack_push(MACRO-NAME, DIVERSION-NAME)
-# ------------------------------------------------
-# Form an entry of the diversion stack from caller MACRO-NAME and
-# entering DIVERSION-NAME and push it.
-m4_define([m4_divert_stack_push],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_divert_stack], m4_location[: $1: $2])])
-
-
-# m4_divert(DIVERSION-NAME)
-# -------------------------
-# Change the diversion stream to DIVERSION-NAME.
-m4_define([m4_divert],
-[m4_popdef([_m4_divert_stack])]dnl
-[m4_define([_m4_divert_diversion], [$1])]dnl
-[m4_divert_stack_push([$0], [$1])]dnl
-[_m4_divert_raw(_m4_divert([$1]))])
-
-
-# m4_divert_push(DIVERSION-NAME, [NOWARN])
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Change the diversion stream to DIVERSION-NAME, while stacking old values.
-# For internal use only: if NOWARN is not empty, DIVERSION-NAME can be a
-# number instead of a name.
-m4_define([m4_divert_push],
-[m4_divert_stack_push([$0], [$1])]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_divert_diversion], [$1])]dnl
-[_m4_divert_raw(_m4_divert([$1], [$2]))])
-
-
-# m4_divert_pop([DIVERSION-NAME])
-# -------------------------------
-# Change the diversion stream to its previous value, unstacking it.
-# If specified, verify we left DIVERSION-NAME.
-# When we pop the last value from the stack, we divert to -1.
-m4_define([m4_divert_pop],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [],
- [$1], _m4_defn([_m4_divert_diversion]), [],
- [m4_fatal([$0($1): diversion mismatch:
-]m4_divert_stack)])]dnl
-[_m4_popdef([_m4_divert_stack], [_m4_divert_diversion])]dnl
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_divert_diversion], [],
- [m4_fatal([too many m4_divert_pop])])]dnl
-[_m4_divert_raw(_m4_divert(_m4_defn([_m4_divert_diversion]), [-]))])
-
-
-# m4_divert_text(DIVERSION-NAME, CONTENT)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Output CONTENT into DIVERSION-NAME (which may be a number actually).
-# An end of line is appended for free to CONTENT.
-m4_define([m4_divert_text],
-[m4_divert_push([$1])$2
-m4_divert_pop([$1])])
-
-
-# m4_divert_once(DIVERSION-NAME, CONTENT)
-# ---------------------------------------
-# Output CONTENT into DIVERSION-NAME once, if not already there.
-# An end of line is appended for free to CONTENT.
-m4_define([m4_divert_once],
-[m4_expand_once([m4_divert_text([$1], [$2])])])
-
-
-# _m4_divert_unsafe(DIVERSION-NAME)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Issue a warning that the attempt to change the current diversion to
-# DIVERSION-NAME is unsafe, because this macro is being expanded
-# during argument collection of m4_expand.
-m4_define([_m4_divert_unsafe],
-[m4_fatal([$0: cannot change diversion to `$1' inside m4_expand])])
-
-
-# m4_undivert(DIVERSION-NAME...)
-# ------------------------------
-# Undivert DIVERSION-NAME. Unlike the M4 version, this requires at
-# least one DIVERSION-NAME; also, due to support for named diversions,
-# this should not be used to undivert files.
-m4_define([m4_undivert],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([$0: missing argument])],
- [$#], [1], [_m4_undivert(_m4_divert([$1]))],
- [m4_map_args([$0], $@)])])
-
-
-## --------------------------------------------- ##
-## 10. Defining macros with bells and whistles. ##
-## --------------------------------------------- ##
-
-# `m4_defun' is basically `m4_define' but it equips the macro with the
-# needed machinery for `m4_require'. A macro must be m4_defun'd if
-# either it is m4_require'd, or it m4_require's.
-#
-# Two things deserve attention and are detailed below:
-# 1. Implementation of m4_require
-# 2. Keeping track of the expansion stack
-#
-# 1. Implementation of m4_require
-# ===============================
-#
-# Of course m4_defun calls m4_provide, so that a macro which has
-# been expanded is not expanded again when m4_require'd, but the
-# difficult part is the proper expansion of macros when they are
-# m4_require'd.
-#
-# The implementation is based on three ideas, (i) using diversions to
-# prepare the expansion of the macro and its dependencies (by Franc,ois
-# Pinard), (ii) expand the most recently m4_require'd macros _after_
-# the previous macros (by Axel Thimm), and (iii) track instances of
-# provide before require (by Eric Blake).
-#
-#
-# The first idea: why use diversions?
-# -----------------------------------
-#
-# When a macro requires another, the other macro is expanded in new
-# diversion, GROW. When the outer macro is fully expanded, we first
-# undivert the most nested diversions (GROW - 1...), and finally
-# undivert GROW. To understand why we need several diversions,
-# consider the following example:
-#
-# | m4_defun([TEST1], [Test...m4_require([TEST2])1])
-# | m4_defun([TEST2], [Test...m4_require([TEST3])2])
-# | m4_defun([TEST3], [Test...3])
-#
-# Because m4_require is not required to be first in the outer macros, we
-# must keep the expansions of the various levels of m4_require separated.
-# Right before executing the epilogue of TEST1, we have:
-#
-# GROW - 2: Test...3
-# GROW - 1: Test...2
-# GROW: Test...1
-# BODY:
-#
-# Finally the epilogue of TEST1 undiverts GROW - 2, GROW - 1, and
-# GROW into the regular flow, BODY.
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1:
-# GROW:
-# BODY: Test...3; Test...2; Test...1
-#
-# (The semicolons are here for clarification, but of course are not
-# emitted.) This is what Autoconf 2.0 (I think) to 2.13 (I'm sure)
-# implement.
-#
-#
-# The second idea: first required first out
-# -----------------------------------------
-#
-# The natural implementation of the idea above is buggy and produces
-# very surprising results in some situations. Let's consider the
-# following example to explain the bug:
-#
-# | m4_defun([TEST1], [m4_require([TEST2a])m4_require([TEST2b])])
-# | m4_defun([TEST2a], [])
-# | m4_defun([TEST2b], [m4_require([TEST3])])
-# | m4_defun([TEST3], [m4_require([TEST2a])])
-# |
-# | AC_INIT
-# | TEST1
-#
-# The dependencies between the macros are:
-#
-# 3 --- 2b
-# / \ is m4_require'd by
-# / \ left -------------------- right
-# 2a ------------ 1
-#
-# If you strictly apply the rules given in the previous section you get:
-#
-# GROW - 2: TEST3
-# GROW - 1: TEST2a; TEST2b
-# GROW: TEST1
-# BODY:
-#
-# (TEST2a, although required by TEST3 is not expanded in GROW - 3
-# because is has already been expanded before in GROW - 1, so it has
-# been AC_PROVIDE'd, so it is not expanded again) so when you undivert
-# the stack of diversions, you get:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1:
-# GROW:
-# BODY: TEST3; TEST2a; TEST2b; TEST1
-#
-# i.e., TEST2a is expanded after TEST3 although the latter required the
-# former.
-#
-# Starting from 2.50, we use an implementation provided by Axel Thimm.
-# The idea is simple: the order in which macros are emitted must be the
-# same as the one in which macros are expanded. (The bug above can
-# indeed be described as: a macro has been m4_provide'd before its
-# dependent, but it is emitted after: the lack of correlation between
-# emission and expansion order is guilty).
-#
-# How to do that? You keep the stack of diversions to elaborate the
-# macros, but each time a macro is fully expanded, emit it immediately.
-#
-# In the example above, when TEST2a is expanded, but it's epilogue is
-# not run yet, you have:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1: TEST2a
-# GROW: Elaboration of TEST1
-# BODY:
-#
-# The epilogue of TEST2a emits it immediately:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1:
-# GROW: Elaboration of TEST1
-# BODY: TEST2a
-#
-# TEST2b then requires TEST3, so right before the epilogue of TEST3, you
-# have:
-#
-# GROW - 2: TEST3
-# GROW - 1: Elaboration of TEST2b
-# GROW: Elaboration of TEST1
-# BODY: TEST2a
-#
-# The epilogue of TEST3 emits it:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1: Elaboration of TEST2b
-# GROW: Elaboration of TEST1
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3
-#
-# TEST2b is now completely expanded, and emitted:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1:
-# GROW: Elaboration of TEST1
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3; TEST2b
-#
-# and finally, TEST1 is finished and emitted:
-#
-# GROW - 2:
-# GROW - 1:
-# GROW:
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3; TEST2b: TEST1
-#
-# The idea is simple, but the implementation is a bit involved. If
-# you are like me, you will want to see the actual functioning of this
-# implementation to be convinced. The next section gives the full
-# details.
-#
-#
-# The Axel Thimm implementation at work
-# -------------------------------------
-#
-# We consider the macros above, and this configure.ac:
-#
-# AC_INIT
-# TEST1
-#
-# You should keep the definitions of _m4_defun_pro, _m4_defun_epi, and
-# m4_require at hand to follow the steps.
-#
-# This implementation tries not to assume that the current diversion is
-# BODY, so as soon as a macro (m4_defun'd) is expanded, we first
-# record the current diversion under the name _m4_divert_dump (denoted
-# DUMP below for short). This introduces an important difference with
-# the previous versions of Autoconf: you cannot use m4_require if you
-# are not inside an m4_defun'd macro, and especially, you cannot
-# m4_require directly from the top level.
-#
-# We have not tried to simulate the old behavior (better yet, we
-# diagnose it), because it is too dangerous: a macro m4_require'd from
-# the top level is expanded before the body of `configure', i.e., before
-# any other test was run. I let you imagine the result of requiring
-# AC_STDC_HEADERS for instance, before AC_PROG_CC was actually run....
-#
-# After AC_INIT was run, the current diversion is BODY.
-# * AC_INIT was run
-# DUMP: undefined
-# diversion stack: BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST1 is expanded
-# The prologue of TEST1 sets _m4_divert_dump, which is the diversion
-# where the current elaboration will be dumped, to the current
-# diversion. It also m4_divert_push to GROW, where the full
-# expansion of TEST1 and its dependencies will be elaborated.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: empty
-# diversions: GROW, BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST1 requires TEST2a
-# _m4_require_call m4_divert_pushes another temporary diversion,
-# GROW - 1, and expands TEST2a in there.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: empty
-# GROW - 1: TEST2a
-# diversions: GROW - 1, GROW, BODY |-
-# Then the content of the temporary diversion is moved to DUMP and the
-# temporary diversion is popped.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a
-# diversions: GROW, BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST1 requires TEST2b
-# Again, _m4_require_call pushes GROW - 1 and heads to expand TEST2b.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a
-# diversions: GROW - 1, GROW, BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST2b requires TEST3
-# _m4_require_call pushes GROW - 2 and expands TEST3 here.
-# (TEST3 requires TEST2a, but TEST2a has already been m4_provide'd, so
-# nothing happens.)
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a
-# GROW - 2: TEST3
-# diversions: GROW - 2, GROW - 1, GROW, BODY |-
-# Then the diversion is appended to DUMP, and popped.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3
-# diversions: GROW - 1, GROW, BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST1 requires TEST2b (contd.)
-# The content of TEST2b is expanded...
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3
-# GROW - 1: TEST2b,
-# diversions: GROW - 1, GROW, BODY |-
-# ... and moved to DUMP.
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3; TEST2b
-# diversions: GROW, BODY |-
-#
-# * TEST1 is expanded: epilogue
-# TEST1's own content is in GROW...
-# DUMP: BODY
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3; TEST2b
-# GROW: TEST1
-# diversions: BODY |-
-# ... and it's epilogue moves it to DUMP and then undefines DUMP.
-# DUMP: undefined
-# BODY: TEST2a; TEST3; TEST2b; TEST1
-# diversions: BODY |-
-#
-#
-# The third idea: track macros provided before they were required
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------
-#
-# Using just the first two ideas, Autoconf 2.50 through 2.63 still had
-# a subtle bug for more than seven years. Let's consider the
-# following example to explain the bug:
-#
-# | m4_defun([TEST1], [1])
-# | m4_defun([TEST2], [2[]m4_require([TEST1])])
-# | m4_defun([TEST3], [3 TEST1 m4_require([TEST2])])
-# | TEST3
-#
-# After the prologue of TEST3, we are collecting text in GROW with the
-# intent of dumping it in BODY during the epilogue. Next, we
-# encounter the direct invocation of TEST1, which provides the macro
-# in place in GROW. From there, we encounter a requirement for TEST2,
-# which must be collected in a new diversion. While expanding TEST2,
-# we encounter a requirement for TEST1, but since it has already been
-# expanded, the Axel Thimm algorithm states that we can treat it as a
-# no-op. But that would lead to an end result of `2 3 1', meaning
-# that we have once again output a macro (TEST2) prior to its
-# requirements (TEST1).
-#
-# The problem can only occur if a single defun'd macro first provides,
-# then later indirectly requires, the same macro. Note that directly
-# expanding then requiring a macro is okay: because the dependency was
-# met, the require phase can be a no-op. For that matter, the outer
-# macro can even require two helpers, where the first helper expands
-# the macro, and the second helper indirectly requires the macro.
-# Out-of-order expansion is only present if the inner macro is
-# required by something that will be hoisted in front of where the
-# direct expansion occurred. In other words, we must be careful not
-# to warn on:
-#
-# | m4_defun([TEST4], [4])
-# | m4_defun([TEST5], [5 TEST4 m4_require([TEST4])])
-# | TEST5 => 5 4
-#
-# or even the more complex:
-#
-# | m4_defun([TEST6], [6])
-# | m4_defun([TEST7], [7 TEST6])
-# | m4_defun([TEST8], [8 m4_require([TEST6])])
-# | m4_defun([TEST9], [9 m4_require([TEST8])])
-# | m4_defun([TEST10], [10 m4_require([TEST7]) m4_require([TEST9])])
-# | TEST10 => 7 6 8 9 10
-#
-# So, to detect whether a require was direct or indirect, m4_defun and
-# m4_require track the name of the macro that caused a diversion to be
-# created (using the stack _m4_diverting, coupled with an O(1) lookup
-# _m4_diverting([NAME])), and m4_provide stores the name associated
-# with the diversion at which a macro was provided. A require call is
-# direct if it occurs within the same diversion where the macro was
-# provided, or if the diversion associated with the providing context
-# has been collected.
-#
-# The implementation of the warning involves tracking the set of
-# macros which have been provided since the start of the outermost
-# defun'd macro (the set is named _m4_provide). When starting an
-# outermost macro, the set is emptied; when a macro is provided, it is
-# added to the set; when require expands the body of a macro, it is
-# removed from the set; and when a macro is indirectly required, the
-# set is checked. If a macro is in the set, then it has been provided
-# before it was required, and we satisfy dependencies by expanding the
-# macro as if it had never been provided; in the example given above,
-# this means we now output `1 2 3 1'. Meanwhile, a warning is issued
-# to inform the user that her macros trigger the bug in older autoconf
-# versions, and that her output file now contains redundant contents
-# (and possibly new problems, if the repeated macro was not
-# idempotent). Meanwhile, macros defined by m4_defun_once instead of
-# m4_defun are idempotent, avoiding any warning or duplicate output.
-#
-#
-# 2. Keeping track of the expansion stack
-# =======================================
-#
-# When M4 expansion goes wrong it is often extremely hard to find the
-# path amongst macros that drove to the failure. What is needed is
-# the stack of macro `calls'. One could imagine that GNU M4 would
-# maintain a stack of macro expansions, unfortunately it doesn't, so
-# we do it by hand. This is of course extremely costly, but the help
-# this stack provides is worth it. Nevertheless to limit the
-# performance penalty this is implemented only for m4_defun'd macros,
-# not for define'd macros.
-#
-# Each time we enter an m4_defun'd macros, we add a definition in
-# _m4_expansion_stack, and when we exit the macro, we remove it (thanks
-# to pushdef/popdef). m4_stack_foreach is used to print the expansion
-# stack in the rare cases when it's needed.
-#
-# In addition, we want to detect circular m4_require dependencies.
-# Each time we expand a macro FOO we define _m4_expanding(FOO); and
-# m4_require(BAR) simply checks whether _m4_expanding(BAR) is defined.
-
-
-# m4_expansion_stack
-# ------------------
-# Expands to the entire contents of the expansion stack. The caller
-# must supply a trailing newline. This macro always prints a
-# location; check whether _m4_expansion_stack is defined to filter out
-# the case when no defun'd macro is in force.
-m4_define([m4_expansion_stack],
-[m4_stack_foreach_sep_lifo([_$0], [_$0_entry(], [)
-])m4_location[: the top level]])
-
-# _m4_expansion_stack_entry(MACRO)
-# --------------------------------
-# Format an entry for MACRO found on the expansion stack.
-m4_define([_m4_expansion_stack_entry],
-[_m4_defn([m4_location($1)])[: $1 is expanded from...]])
-
-# m4_expansion_stack_push(MACRO)
-# ------------------------------
-# Form an entry of the expansion stack on entry to MACRO and push it.
-m4_define([m4_expansion_stack_push],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_expansion_stack], [$1])])
-
-
-# _m4_divert(GROW)
-# ----------------
-# This diversion is used by the m4_defun/m4_require machinery. It is
-# important to keep room before GROW because for each nested
-# AC_REQUIRE we use an additional diversion (i.e., two m4_require's
-# will use GROW - 2. More than 3 levels has never seemed to be
-# needed.)
-#
-# ...
-# - GROW - 2
-# m4_require'd code, 2 level deep
-# - GROW - 1
-# m4_require'd code, 1 level deep
-# - GROW
-# m4_defun'd macros are elaborated here.
-
-m4_define([_m4_divert(GROW)], 10000)
-
-
-# _m4_defun_pro(MACRO-NAME)
-# -------------------------
-# The prologue for Autoconf macros.
-#
-# This is called frequently, so minimize the number of macro invocations
-# by avoiding dnl and m4_defn overhead.
-m4_define([_m4_defun_pro],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_expansion_stack], [], [_m4_defun_pro_outer([$1])])]dnl
-[m4_expansion_stack_push([$1])m4_pushdef([_m4_expanding($1)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_defun_pro_outer],
-[m4_set_delete([_m4_provide])]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_diverting([$1])])m4_pushdef([_m4_diverting], [$1])]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_divert_dump], m4_divnum)m4_divert_push([GROW])])
-
-# _m4_defun_epi(MACRO-NAME)
-# -------------------------
-# The Epilogue for Autoconf macros. MACRO-NAME only helps tracing
-# the PRO/EPI pairs.
-#
-# This is called frequently, so minimize the number of macro invocations
-# by avoiding dnl and m4_popdef overhead.
-m4_define([_m4_defun_epi],
-[_m4_popdef([_m4_expanding($1)], [_m4_expansion_stack])]dnl
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_expansion_stack], [], [_m4_defun_epi_outer([$1])])]dnl
-[m4_provide([$1])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_defun_epi_outer],
-[_m4_popdef([_m4_divert_dump], [_m4_diverting([$1])], [_m4_diverting])]dnl
-[m4_divert_pop([GROW])m4_undivert([GROW])])
-
-
-# _m4_divert_dump
-# ---------------
-# If blank, we are outside of any defun'd macro. Otherwise, expands
-# to the diversion number (not name) where require'd macros should be
-# moved once completed.
-m4_define([_m4_divert_dump])
-
-
-# m4_divert_require(DIVERSION, NAME-TO-CHECK, [BODY-TO-EXPAND])
-# -------------------------------------------------------------
-# Same as m4_require, but BODY-TO-EXPAND goes into the named DIVERSION;
-# requirements still go in the current diversion though.
-#
-m4_define([m4_divert_require],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_expanding($2)],
- [m4_fatal([$0: circular dependency of $2])])]dnl
-[m4_if(_m4_divert_dump, [],
- [m4_fatal([$0($2): cannot be used outside of an m4_defun'd macro])])]dnl
-[m4_provide_if([$2], [],
- [_m4_require_call([$2], [$3], _m4_divert([$1], [-]))])])
-
-
-# m4_defun(NAME, EXPANSION, [MACRO = m4_define])
-# ----------------------------------------------
-# Define a macro NAME which automatically provides itself. Add
-# machinery so the macro automatically switches expansion to the
-# diversion stack if it is not already using it, prior to EXPANSION.
-# In this case, once finished, it will bring back all the code
-# accumulated in the diversion stack. This, combined with m4_require,
-# achieves the topological ordering of macros. We don't use this
-# macro to define some frequently called macros that are not involved
-# in ordering constraints, to save m4 processing.
-#
-# MACRO is an undocumented argument; when set to m4_pushdef, and NAME
-# is already defined, the new definition is added to the pushdef
-# stack, rather than overwriting the current definition. It can thus
-# be used to write self-modifying macros, which pop themselves to a
-# previously m4_define'd definition so that subsequent use of the
-# macro is faster.
-m4_define([m4_defun],
-[m4_define([m4_location($1)], m4_location)]dnl
-[m4_default([$3], [m4_define])([$1],
- [_m4_defun_pro(]m4_dquote($[0])[)$2[]_m4_defun_epi(]m4_dquote($[0])[)])])
-
-
-# m4_defun_init(NAME, INIT, COMMON)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Like m4_defun, but split EXPANSION into two portions: INIT which is
-# done only the first time NAME is invoked, and COMMON which is
-# expanded every time.
-#
-# For now, the COMMON definition is always m4_define'd, giving an even
-# lighter-weight definition. m4_defun allows self-providing, but once
-# a macro is provided, m4_require no longer cares if it is m4_define'd
-# or m4_defun'd. m4_defun also provides location tracking to identify
-# dependency bugs, but once the INIT has been expanded, we know there
-# are no dependency bugs. However, if a future use needs COMMON to be
-# m4_defun'd, we can add a parameter, similar to the third parameter
-# to m4_defun.
-m4_define([m4_defun_init],
-[m4_define([$1], [$3[]])m4_defun([$1],
- [$2[]_m4_popdef(]m4_dquote($[0])[)m4_indir(]m4_dquote($[0])dnl
-[m4_if(]m4_dquote($[#])[, [0], [], ]m4_dquote([,$]@)[))], [m4_pushdef])])
-
-
-# m4_defun_once(NAME, EXPANSION)
-# ------------------------------
-# Like m4_defun, but guarantee that EXPANSION only happens once
-# (thereafter, using NAME is a no-op).
-#
-# If _m4_divert_dump is empty, we are called at the top level;
-# otherwise, we must ensure that we are required in front of the
-# current defun'd macro. Use a helper macro so that EXPANSION need
-# only occur once in the definition of NAME, since it might be large.
-m4_define([m4_defun_once],
-[m4_define([m4_location($1)], m4_location)]dnl
-[m4_define([$1], [_m4_defun_once([$1], [$2], m4_if(_m4_divert_dump, [],
- [[_m4_defun_pro([$1])m4_unquote(], [)_m4_defun_epi([$1])]],
-m4_ifdef([_m4_diverting([$1])], [-]), [-], [[m4_unquote(], [)]],
- [[_m4_require_call([$1],], [, _m4_divert_dump)]]))])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_defun_once],
-[m4_pushdef([$1])$3[$2[]m4_provide([$1])]$4])
-
-
-# m4_pattern_forbid(ERE, [WHY])
-# -----------------------------
-# Declare that no token matching the forbidden extended regular
-# expression ERE should be seen in the output unless...
-m4_define([m4_pattern_forbid], [])
-
-
-# m4_pattern_allow(ERE)
-# ---------------------
-# ... that token also matches the allowed extended regular expression ERE.
-# Both used via traces.
-m4_define([m4_pattern_allow], [])
-
-
-## --------------------------------- ##
-## 11. Dependencies between macros. ##
-## --------------------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_before(THIS-MACRO-NAME, CALLED-MACRO-NAME)
-# ---------------------------------------------
-# Issue a warning if CALLED-MACRO-NAME was called before THIS-MACRO-NAME.
-m4_define([m4_before],
-[m4_provide_if([$2],
- [m4_warn([syntax], [$2 was called before $1])])])
-
-
-# m4_require(NAME-TO-CHECK, [BODY-TO-EXPAND = NAME-TO-CHECK])
-# -----------------------------------------------------------
-# If NAME-TO-CHECK has never been expanded (actually, if it is not
-# m4_provide'd), expand BODY-TO-EXPAND *before* the current macro
-# expansion; follow the expansion with a newline. Once expanded, emit
-# it in _m4_divert_dump. Keep track of the m4_require chain in
-# _m4_expansion_stack.
-#
-# The normal cases are:
-#
-# - NAME-TO-CHECK == BODY-TO-EXPAND
-# Which you can use for regular macros with or without arguments, e.g.,
-# m4_require([AC_PROG_CC], [AC_PROG_CC])
-# m4_require([AC_CHECK_HEADERS(threads.h)], [AC_CHECK_HEADERS(threads.h)])
-# which is just the same as
-# m4_require([AC_PROG_CC])
-# m4_require([AC_CHECK_HEADERS(threads.h)])
-#
-# - BODY-TO-EXPAND == m4_indir([NAME-TO-CHECK])
-# In the case of macros with irregular names. For instance:
-# m4_require([AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)], [indir([AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)])])
-# which means `if the macro named `AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)' (the parens are
-# part of the name, it is not an argument) has not been run, then
-# call it.'
-# Had you used
-# m4_require([AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)], [AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)])
-# then m4_require would have tried to expand `AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)', i.e.,
-# call the macro `AC_LANG_COMPILER' with `C' as argument.
-#
-# You could argue that `AC_LANG_COMPILER', when it receives an argument
-# such as `C' should dispatch the call to `AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)'. But this
-# `extension' prevents `AC_LANG_COMPILER' from having actual arguments that
-# it passes to `AC_LANG_COMPILER(C)'.
-#
-# This is called frequently, so minimize the number of macro invocations
-# by avoiding dnl and other overhead on the common path.
-m4_define([m4_require],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_expanding($1)],
- [m4_fatal([$0: circular dependency of $1])])]dnl
-[m4_if(_m4_divert_dump, [],
- [m4_fatal([$0($1): cannot be used outside of an ]dnl
-m4_if([$0], [m4_require], [[m4_defun]], [[AC_DEFUN]])['d macro])])]dnl
-[m4_provide_if([$1], [m4_set_contains([_m4_provide], [$1],
- [_m4_require_check([$1], _m4_defn([m4_provide($1)]), [$0])], [m4_ignore])],
- [_m4_require_call])([$1], [$2], _m4_divert_dump)])
-
-
-# _m4_require_call(NAME-TO-CHECK, [BODY-TO-EXPAND = NAME-TO-CHECK],
-# DIVERSION-NUMBER)
-# -----------------------------------------------------------------
-# If m4_require decides to expand the body, it calls this macro. The
-# expansion is placed in DIVERSION-NUMBER.
-#
-# This is called frequently, so minimize the number of macro invocations
-# by avoiding dnl and other overhead on the common path.
-# The use of a witness macro protecting the warning allows aclocal
-# to silence any warnings when probing for what macros are required
-# and must therefore be located, when using the Autoconf-without-aclocal-m4
-# autom4te language. For more background, see:
-# https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/automake-patches/2012-11/msg00035.html
-m4_define([_m4_require_call],
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_divert_grow], m4_decr(_m4_divert_grow))]dnl
-[m4_pushdef([_m4_diverting([$1])])m4_pushdef([_m4_diverting], [$1])]dnl
-[m4_divert_push(_m4_divert_grow, [-])]dnl
-[m4_if([$2], [], [$1], [$2])
-m4_provide_if([$1], [m4_set_remove([_m4_provide], [$1])],
- [m4_ifndef([m4_require_silent_probe],
- [m4_warn([syntax], [$1 is m4_require'd but not m4_defun'd])])])]dnl
-[_m4_divert_raw($3)_m4_undivert(_m4_divert_grow)]dnl
-[m4_divert_pop(_m4_divert_grow)_m4_popdef([_m4_divert_grow],
-[_m4_diverting([$1])], [_m4_diverting])])
-
-
-# _m4_require_check(NAME-TO-CHECK, OWNER, CALLER)
-# -----------------------------------------------
-# NAME-TO-CHECK has been identified as previously expanded in the
-# diversion owned by OWNER. If this is a problem, warn on behalf of
-# CALLER and return _m4_require_call; otherwise return m4_ignore.
-m4_define([_m4_require_check],
-[m4_if(_m4_defn([_m4_diverting]), [$2], [m4_ignore],
- m4_ifdef([_m4_diverting([$2])], [-]), [-], [m4_warn([syntax],
- [$3: `$1' was expanded before it was required
-http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/manual/autoconf.html#Expanded-Before-Required])_m4_require_call],
- [m4_ignore])])
-
-
-# _m4_divert_grow
-# ---------------
-# The counter for _m4_require_call.
-m4_define([_m4_divert_grow], _m4_divert([GROW]))
-
-
-# m4_expand_once(TEXT, [WITNESS = TEXT])
-# --------------------------------------
-# If TEXT has never been expanded, expand it *here*. Use WITNESS as
-# as a memory that TEXT has already been expanded.
-m4_define([m4_expand_once],
-[m4_provide_if(m4_default_quoted([$2], [$1]),
- [],
- [m4_provide(m4_default_quoted([$2], [$1]))[]$1])])
-
-
-# m4_provide(MACRO-NAME)
-# ----------------------
-m4_define([m4_provide],
-[m4_ifdef([m4_provide($1)], [],
-[m4_set_add([_m4_provide], [$1], [m4_define([m4_provide($1)],
- m4_ifdef([_m4_diverting], [_m4_defn([_m4_diverting])]))])])])
-
-
-# m4_provide_if(MACRO-NAME, IF-PROVIDED, IF-NOT-PROVIDED)
-# -------------------------------------------------------
-# If MACRO-NAME is provided do IF-PROVIDED, else IF-NOT-PROVIDED.
-# The purpose of this macro is to provide the user with a means to
-# check macros which are provided without letting her know how the
-# information is coded.
-m4_define([m4_provide_if],
-[m4_ifdef([m4_provide($1)],
- [$2], [$3])])
-
-
-## --------------------- ##
-## 12. Text processing. ##
-## --------------------- ##
-
-
-# m4_cr_letters
-# m4_cr_LETTERS
-# m4_cr_Letters
-# -------------
-m4_define([m4_cr_letters], [abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz])
-m4_define([m4_cr_LETTERS], [ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ])
-m4_define([m4_cr_Letters],
-m4_defn([m4_cr_letters])dnl
-m4_defn([m4_cr_LETTERS])dnl
-)
-
-
-# m4_cr_digits
-# ------------
-m4_define([m4_cr_digits], [0123456789])
-
-
-# m4_cr_alnum
-# -----------
-m4_define([m4_cr_alnum],
-m4_defn([m4_cr_Letters])dnl
-m4_defn([m4_cr_digits])dnl
-)
-
-
-# m4_cr_symbols1
-# m4_cr_symbols2
-# --------------
-m4_define([m4_cr_symbols1],
-m4_defn([m4_cr_Letters])dnl
-_)
-
-m4_define([m4_cr_symbols2],
-m4_defn([m4_cr_symbols1])dnl
-m4_defn([m4_cr_digits])dnl
-)
-
-# m4_cr_all
-# ---------
-# The character range representing everything, with `-' as the last
-# character, since it is special to m4_translit. Use with care, because
-# it contains characters special to M4 (fortunately, both ASCII and EBCDIC
-# have [] in order, so m4_defn([m4_cr_all]) remains a valid string). It
-# also contains characters special to terminals, so it should never be
-# displayed in an error message. Also, attempts to map [ and ] to other
-# characters via m4_translit must deal with the fact that m4_translit does
-# not add quotes to the output.
-#
-# In EBCDIC, $ is immediately followed by *, which leads to problems
-# if m4_cr_all is inlined into a macro definition; so swap them.
-#
-# It is mainly useful in generating inverted character range maps, for use
-# in places where m4_translit is faster than an equivalent m4_bpatsubst;
-# the regex `[^a-z]' is equivalent to:
-# m4_translit(m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_all])), [a-z])
-m4_define([m4_cr_all],
-m4_translit(m4_dquote(m4_format(m4_dquote(m4_for(
- ,1,255,,[[%c]]))m4_for([i],1,255,,[,i]))), [$*-], [*$])-)
-
-
-# _m4_define_cr_not(CATEGORY)
-# ---------------------------
-# Define m4_cr_not_CATEGORY as the inverse of m4_cr_CATEGORY.
-m4_define([_m4_define_cr_not],
-[m4_define([m4_cr_not_$1],
- m4_translit(m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_all])),
- m4_defn([m4_cr_$1])))])
-
-
-# m4_cr_not_letters
-# m4_cr_not_LETTERS
-# m4_cr_not_Letters
-# m4_cr_not_digits
-# m4_cr_not_alnum
-# m4_cr_not_symbols1
-# m4_cr_not_symbols2
-# ------------------
-# Inverse character sets
-_m4_define_cr_not([letters])
-_m4_define_cr_not([LETTERS])
-_m4_define_cr_not([Letters])
-_m4_define_cr_not([digits])
-_m4_define_cr_not([alnum])
-_m4_define_cr_not([symbols1])
-_m4_define_cr_not([symbols2])
-
-
-# m4_newline([STRING])
-# --------------------
-# Expands to a newline, possibly followed by STRING. Exists mostly for
-# formatting reasons.
-m4_define([m4_newline], [
-$1])
-
-
-# m4_re_escape(STRING)
-# --------------------
-# Escape RE active characters in STRING.
-m4_define([m4_re_escape],
-[m4_bpatsubst([$1],
- [[][*+.?\^$]], [\\\&])])
-
-
-# m4_re_string
-# ------------
-# Regexp for `[a-zA-Z_0-9]*'
-# m4_dquote provides literal [] for the character class.
-m4_define([m4_re_string],
-m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_symbols2]))dnl
-[*]dnl
-)
-
-
-# m4_re_word
-# ----------
-# Regexp for `[a-zA-Z_][a-zA-Z_0-9]*'
-m4_define([m4_re_word],
-m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_symbols1]))dnl
-m4_defn([m4_re_string])dnl
-)
-
-
-# m4_tolower(STRING)
-# m4_toupper(STRING)
-# ------------------
-# These macros convert STRING to lowercase or uppercase.
-#
-# Rather than expand the m4_defn each time, we inline them up front.
-m4_define([m4_tolower],
-[m4_translit([[$1]], ]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_LETTERS]))[,
- ]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_letters]))[)])
-m4_define([m4_toupper],
-[m4_translit([[$1]], ]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_letters]))[,
- ]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_LETTERS]))[)])
-
-
-# m4_split(STRING, [REGEXP])
-# --------------------------
-# Split STRING into an m4 list of quoted elements. The elements are
-# quoted with [ and ]. Beginning spaces and end spaces *are kept*.
-# Use m4_strip to remove them.
-#
-# REGEXP specifies where to split. Default is [\t ]+.
-#
-# If STRING is empty, the result is an empty list.
-#
-# Pay attention to the m4_changequotes. When m4 reads the definition of
-# m4_split, it still has quotes set to [ and ]. Luckily, these are matched
-# in the macro body, so the definition is stored correctly. Use the same
-# alternate quotes as m4_noquote; it must be unlikely to appear in $1.
-#
-# Also, notice that $1 is quoted twice, since we want the result to
-# be quoted. Then you should understand that the argument of
-# patsubst is -=<{(STRING)}>=- (i.e., with additional -=<{( and )}>=-).
-#
-# This macro is safe on active symbols, i.e.:
-# m4_define(active, ACTIVE)
-# m4_split([active active ])end
-# => [active], [active], []end
-#
-# Optimize on regex of ` ' (space), since m4_foreach_w already guarantees
-# that the list contains single space separators, and a common case is
-# splitting a single-element list. This macro is called frequently,
-# so avoid unnecessary dnl inside the definition.
-m4_define([m4_split],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [],
- [$2], [ ], [m4_if(m4_index([$1], [ ]), [-1], [[[$1]]],
- [_$0([$1], [$2], [, ])])],
- [$2], [], [_$0([$1], [[ ]+], [, ])],
- [_$0([$1], [$2], [, ])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_split],
-[m4_changequote([-=<{(],[)}>=-])]dnl
-[[m4_bpatsubst(-=<{(-=<{($1)}>=-)}>=-, -=<{($2)}>=-,
- -=<{(]$3[)}>=-)]m4_changequote([, ])])
-
-
-# m4_chomp(STRING)
-# m4_chomp_all(STRING)
-# --------------------
-# Return STRING quoted, but without a trailing newline. m4_chomp
-# removes at most one newline, while m4_chomp_all removes all
-# consecutive trailing newlines. Embedded newlines are not touched,
-# and a trailing backslash-newline leaves just a trailing backslash.
-#
-# m4_bregexp is slower than m4_index, and we don't always want to
-# remove all newlines; hence the two variants. We massage characters
-# to give a nicer pattern to match, particularly since m4_bregexp is
-# line-oriented. Both versions must guarantee a match, to avoid bugs
-# with precision -1 in m4_format in older m4.
-m4_define([m4_chomp],
-[m4_format([[%.*s]], m4_index(m4_translit([[$1]], [
-/.], [/ ])[./.], [/.]), [$1])])
-
-m4_define([m4_chomp_all],
-[m4_format([[%.*s]], m4_bregexp(m4_translit([[$1]], [
-/], [/ ]), [/*$]), [$1])])
-
-
-# m4_flatten(STRING)
-# ------------------
-# If STRING contains end of lines, replace them with spaces. If there
-# are backslashed end of lines, remove them. This macro is safe with
-# active symbols.
-# m4_define(active, ACTIVE)
-# m4_flatten([active
-# act\
-# ive])end
-# => active activeend
-#
-# In m4, m4_bpatsubst is expensive, so first check for a newline.
-m4_define([m4_flatten],
-[m4_if(m4_index([$1], [
-]), [-1], [[$1]],
- [m4_translit(m4_bpatsubst([[[$1]]], [\\
-]), [
-], [ ])])])
-
-
-# m4_strip(STRING)
-# ----------------
-# Expands into STRING with tabs and spaces singled out into a single
-# space, and removing leading and trailing spaces.
-#
-# This macro is robust to active symbols.
-# m4_define(active, ACTIVE)
-# m4_strip([ active <tab> <tab>active ])end
-# => active activeend
-#
-# First, notice that we guarantee trailing space. Why? Because regular
-# expressions are greedy, and `.* ?' would always group the space into the
-# .* portion. The algorithm is simpler by avoiding `?' at the end. The
-# algorithm correctly strips everything if STRING is just ` '.
-#
-# Then notice the second pattern: it is in charge of removing the
-# leading/trailing spaces. Why not just `[^ ]'? Because they are
-# applied to over-quoted strings, i.e. more or less [STRING], due
-# to the limitations of m4_bpatsubsts. So the leading space in STRING
-# is the *second* character; equally for the trailing space.
-m4_define([m4_strip],
-[m4_bpatsubsts([$1 ],
- [[ ]+], [ ],
- [^. ?\(.*\) .$], [[[\1]]])])
-
-
-# m4_normalize(STRING)
-# --------------------
-# Apply m4_flatten and m4_strip to STRING.
-#
-# The argument is quoted, so that the macro is robust to active symbols:
-#
-# m4_define(active, ACTIVE)
-# m4_normalize([ act\
-# ive
-# active ])end
-# => active activeend
-
-m4_define([m4_normalize],
-[m4_strip(m4_flatten([$1]))])
-
-
-
-# m4_join(SEP, ARG1, ARG2...)
-# ---------------------------
-# Produce ARG1SEPARG2...SEPARGn. Avoid back-to-back SEP when a given ARG
-# is the empty string. No expansion is performed on SEP or ARGs.
-#
-# Since the number of arguments to join can be arbitrarily long, we
-# want to avoid having more than one $@ in the macro definition;
-# otherwise, the expansion would require twice the memory of the already
-# long list. Hence, m4_join merely looks for the first non-empty element,
-# and outputs just that element; while _m4_join looks for all non-empty
-# elements, and outputs them following a separator. The final trick to
-# note is that we decide between recursing with $0 or _$0 based on the
-# nested m4_if ending with `_'.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_join],
-[m4_if([$#], [1], [],
- [$#], [2], [[$2]],
- [m4_if([$2], [], [], [[$2]_])$0([$1], m4_shift2($@))])])
-m4_define([_m4_join],
-[m4_if([$#$2], [2], [],
- [m4_if([$2], [], [], [[$1$2]])$0([$1], m4_shift2($@))])])
-
-# m4_joinall(SEP, ARG1, ARG2...)
-# ------------------------------
-# Produce ARG1SEPARG2...SEPARGn. An empty ARG results in back-to-back SEP.
-# No expansion is performed on SEP or ARGs.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_joinall], [[$2]_$0([$1], m4_shift($@))])
-m4_define([_m4_joinall],
-[m4_if([$#], [2], [], [[$1$3]$0([$1], m4_shift2($@))])])
-
-# m4_combine([SEPARATOR], PREFIX-LIST, [INFIX], SUFFIX...)
-# --------------------------------------------------------
-# Produce the pairwise combination of every element in the quoted,
-# comma-separated PREFIX-LIST with every element from the SUFFIX arguments.
-# Each pair is joined with INFIX, and pairs are separated by SEPARATOR.
-# No expansion occurs on SEPARATOR, INFIX, or elements of either list.
-#
-# For example:
-# m4_combine([, ], [[a], [b], [c]], [-], [1], [2], [3])
-# => a-1, a-2, a-3, b-1, b-2, b-3, c-1, c-2, c-3
-#
-# This definition is a bit hairy; the thing to realize is that we want
-# to construct m4_map_args_sep([[prefix$3]], [], [[$1]], m4_shift3($@))
-# as the inner loop, using each prefix generated by the outer loop,
-# and without recalculating m4_shift3 every outer iteration.
-m4_define([m4_combine],
-[m4_if([$2], [], [], m4_eval([$# > 3]), [1],
-[m4_map_args_sep([m4_map_args_sep(m4_dquote(], [)[[$3]], [], [[$1]],]]]dnl
-[m4_dquote(m4_dquote(m4_shift3($@)))[[)], [[$1]], $2)])])
-
-
-# m4_append(MACRO-NAME, STRING, [SEPARATOR])
-# ------------------------------------------
-# Redefine MACRO-NAME to hold its former content plus `SEPARATOR`'STRING'
-# at the end. It is valid to use this macro with MACRO-NAME undefined,
-# in which case no SEPARATOR is added. Be aware that the criterion is
-# `not being defined', and not `not being empty'.
-#
-# Note that neither STRING nor SEPARATOR are expanded here; rather, when
-# you expand MACRO-NAME, they will be expanded at that point in time.
-#
-# This macro is robust to active symbols. It can be used to grow
-# strings.
-#
-# | m4_define(active, ACTIVE)dnl
-# | m4_append([sentence], [This is an])dnl
-# | m4_append([sentence], [ active ])dnl
-# | m4_append([sentence], [symbol.])dnl
-# | sentence
-# | m4_undefine([active])dnl
-# | sentence
-# => This is an ACTIVE symbol.
-# => This is an active symbol.
-#
-# It can be used to define hooks.
-#
-# | m4_define(active, ACTIVE)dnl
-# | m4_append([hooks], [m4_define([act1], [act2])])dnl
-# | m4_append([hooks], [m4_define([act2], [active])])dnl
-# | m4_undefine([active])dnl
-# | act1
-# | hooks
-# | act1
-# => act1
-# =>
-# => active
-#
-# It can also be used to create lists, although this particular usage was
-# broken prior to autoconf 2.62.
-# | m4_append([list], [one], [, ])dnl
-# | m4_append([list], [two], [, ])dnl
-# | m4_append([list], [three], [, ])dnl
-# | list
-# | m4_dquote(list)
-# => one, two, three
-# => [one],[two],[three]
-#
-# Note that m4_append can benefit from amortized O(n) m4 behavior, if
-# the underlying m4 implementation is smart enough to avoid copying existing
-# contents when enlarging a macro's definition into any pre-allocated storage
-# (m4 1.4.x unfortunately does not implement this optimization). We do
-# not implement m4_prepend, since it is inherently O(n^2) (pre-allocated
-# storage only occurs at the end of a macro, so the existing contents must
-# always be moved).
-#
-# Use _m4_defn for speed.
-m4_define([m4_append],
-[m4_define([$1], m4_ifdef([$1], [_m4_defn([$1])[$3]])[$2])])
-
-
-# m4_append_uniq(MACRO-NAME, STRING, [SEPARATOR], [IF-UNIQ], [IF-DUP])
-# --------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Like `m4_append', but append only if not yet present. Additionally,
-# expand IF-UNIQ if STRING was appended, or IF-DUP if STRING was already
-# present. Also, warn if SEPARATOR is not empty and occurs within STRING,
-# as the algorithm no longer guarantees uniqueness.
-#
-# Note that while m4_append can be O(n) (depending on the quality of the
-# underlying M4 implementation), m4_append_uniq is inherently O(n^2)
-# because each append operation searches the entire string.
-m4_define([m4_append_uniq],
-[m4_ifval([$3], [m4_if(m4_index([$2], [$3]), [-1], [],
- [m4_warn([syntax],
- [$0: `$2' contains `$3'])])])_$0($@)])
-m4_define([_m4_append_uniq],
-[m4_ifdef([$1],
- [m4_if(m4_index([$3]_m4_defn([$1])[$3], [$3$2$3]), [-1],
- [m4_append([$1], [$2], [$3])$4], [$5])],
- [m4_define([$1], [$2])$4])])
-
-# m4_append_uniq_w(MACRO-NAME, STRINGS)
-# -------------------------------------
-# For each of the words in the whitespace separated list STRINGS, append
-# only the unique strings to the definition of MACRO-NAME.
-#
-# Use _m4_defn for speed.
-m4_define([m4_append_uniq_w],
-[m4_map_args_w([$2], [_m4_append_uniq([$1],], [, [ ])])])
-
-
-# m4_escape(STRING)
-# -----------------
-# Output quoted STRING, but with embedded #, $, [ and ] turned into
-# quadrigraphs.
-#
-# It is faster to check if STRING is already good using m4_translit
-# than to blindly perform four m4_bpatsubst.
-#
-# Because the translit is stripping quotes, it must also neutralize
-# anything that might be in a macro name, as well as comments, commas,
-# and parentheses. All the problem characters are unified so that a
-# single m4_index can scan the result.
-#
-# Rather than expand m4_defn every time m4_escape is expanded, we
-# inline its expansion up front.
-m4_define([m4_escape],
-[m4_if(m4_index(m4_translit([$1],
- [[]#,()]]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_symbols2]))[, [$$$]), [$]),
- [-1], [m4_echo], [_$0])([$1])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_escape],
-[m4_changequote([-=<{(],[)}>=-])]dnl
-[m4_bpatsubst(m4_bpatsubst(m4_bpatsubst(m4_bpatsubst(
- -=<{(-=<{(-=<{(-=<{(-=<{($1)}>=-)}>=-)}>=-)}>=-)}>=-,
- -=<{(#)}>=-, -=<{(@%:@)}>=-),
- -=<{(\[)}>=-, -=<{(@<:@)}>=-),
- -=<{(\])}>=-, -=<{(@:>@)}>=-),
- -=<{(\$)}>=-, -=<{(@S|@)}>=-)m4_changequote([,])])
-
-
-# m4_text_wrap(STRING, [PREFIX], [FIRST-PREFIX], [WIDTH])
-# -------------------------------------------------------
-# Expands into STRING wrapped to hold in WIDTH columns (default = 79).
-# If PREFIX is given, each line is prefixed with it. If FIRST-PREFIX is
-# specified, then the first line is prefixed with it. As a special case,
-# if the length of FIRST-PREFIX is greater than that of PREFIX, then
-# FIRST-PREFIX will be left alone on the first line.
-#
-# No expansion occurs on the contents STRING, PREFIX, or FIRST-PREFIX,
-# although quadrigraphs are correctly recognized. More precisely,
-# you may redefine m4_qlen to recognize whatever escape sequences that
-# you will post-process.
-#
-# Typical outputs are:
-#
-# m4_text_wrap([Short string */], [ ], [/* ], 20)
-# => /* Short string */
-#
-# m4_text_wrap([Much longer string */], [ ], [/* ], 20)
-# => /* Much longer
-# => string */
-#
-# m4_text_wrap([Short doc.], [ ], [ --short ], 30)
-# => --short Short doc.
-#
-# m4_text_wrap([Short doc.], [ ], [ --too-wide ], 30)
-# => --too-wide
-# => Short doc.
-#
-# m4_text_wrap([Super long documentation.], [ ], [ --too-wide ], 30)
-# => --too-wide
-# => Super long
-# => documentation.
-#
-# FIXME: there is no checking of a longer PREFIX than WIDTH, but do
-# we really want to bother with people trying each single corner
-# of a software?
-#
-# This macro does not leave a trailing space behind the last word of a line,
-# which complicates it a bit. The algorithm is otherwise stupid and simple:
-# all the words are preceded by m4_Separator which is defined to empty for
-# the first word, and then ` ' (single space) for all the others.
-#
-# The algorithm uses a helper that uses $2 through $4 directly, rather than
-# using local variables, to avoid m4_defn overhead, or expansion swallowing
-# any $. It also bypasses m4_popdef overhead with _m4_popdef since no user
-# macro expansion occurs in the meantime. Also, the definition is written
-# with m4_do, to avoid time wasted on dnl during expansion (since this is
-# already a time-consuming macro).
-m4_define([m4_text_wrap],
-[_$0(m4_escape([$1]), [$2], m4_default_quoted([$3], [$2]),
- m4_default_quoted([$4], [79]))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_text_wrap],
-m4_do(dnl set up local variables, to avoid repeated calculations
-[[m4_pushdef([m4_Indent], m4_qlen([$2]))]],
-[[m4_pushdef([m4_Cursor], m4_qlen([$3]))]],
-[[m4_pushdef([m4_Separator], [m4_define([m4_Separator], [ ])])]],
-dnl expand the first prefix, then check its length vs. regular prefix
-dnl same length: nothing special
-dnl prefix1 longer: output on line by itself, and reset cursor
-dnl prefix1 shorter: pad to length of prefix, and reset cursor
-[[[$3]m4_cond([m4_Cursor], m4_Indent, [],
- [m4_eval(m4_Cursor > m4_Indent)], [1], [
-[$2]m4_define([m4_Cursor], m4_Indent)],
- [m4_format([%*s], m4_max([0],
- m4_eval(m4_Indent - m4_Cursor)), [])m4_define([m4_Cursor], m4_Indent)])]],
-dnl now, for each word, compute the cursor after the word is output, then
-dnl check if the cursor would exceed the wrap column
-dnl if so, reset cursor, and insert newline and prefix
-dnl if not, insert the separator (usually a space)
-dnl either way, insert the word
-[[m4_map_args_w([$1], [$0_word(], [, [$2], [$4])])]],
-dnl finally, clean up the local variables
-[[_m4_popdef([m4_Separator], [m4_Cursor], [m4_Indent])]]))
-
-m4_define([_m4_text_wrap_word],
-[m4_define([m4_Cursor], m4_eval(m4_Cursor + m4_qlen([$1]) + 1))]dnl
-[m4_if(m4_eval(m4_Cursor > ([$3])),
- [1], [m4_define([m4_Cursor], m4_eval(m4_Indent + m4_qlen([$1]) + 1))
-[$2]],
- [m4_Separator[]])[$1]])
-
-# m4_text_box(MESSAGE, [FRAME-CHARACTER = `-'])
-# ---------------------------------------------
-# Turn MESSAGE into:
-# ## ------- ##
-# ## MESSAGE ##
-# ## ------- ##
-# using FRAME-CHARACTER in the border.
-#
-# Quadrigraphs are correctly recognized. More precisely, you may
-# redefine m4_qlen to recognize whatever escape sequences that you
-# will post-process.
-m4_define([m4_text_box],
-[m4_pushdef([m4_Border],
- m4_translit(m4_format([[[%*s]]], m4_decr(m4_qlen(_m4_expand([$1
-]))), []), [ ], m4_default_quoted([$2], [-])))]dnl
-[[##] _m4_defn([m4_Border]) [##]
-[##] $1 [##]
-[##] _m4_defn([m4_Border]) [##]_m4_popdef([m4_Border])])
-
-
-# m4_qlen(STRING)
-# ---------------
-# Expands to the length of STRING after autom4te converts all quadrigraphs.
-#
-# If you use some other means of post-processing m4 output rather than
-# autom4te, then you may redefine this macro to recognize whatever
-# escape sequences your post-processor will handle. For that matter,
-# m4_define([m4_qlen], m4_defn([m4_len])) is sufficient if you don't
-# do any post-processing.
-#
-# Avoid bpatsubsts for the common case of no quadrigraphs. Cache
-# results, as configure scripts tend to ask about lengths of common
-# strings like `/*' and `*/' rather frequently. Minimize the number
-# of times that $1 occurs in m4_qlen, so there is less text to parse
-# on a cache hit.
-m4_define([m4_qlen],
-[m4_ifdef([$0-$1], [_m4_defn([$0-]], [_$0(])[$1])])
-m4_define([_m4_qlen],
-[m4_define([m4_qlen-$1],
-m4_if(m4_index([$1], [@]), [-1], [m4_len([$1])],
- [m4_len(m4_bpatsubst([[$1]],
- [@\(\(<:\|:>\|S|\|%:\|\{:\|:\}\)\(@\)\|&t@\)],
- [\3]))]))_m4_defn([m4_qlen-$1])])
-
-# m4_copyright_condense(TEXT)
-# ---------------------------
-# Condense the copyright notice in TEXT to only display the final
-# year, wrapping the results to fit in 80 columns.
-m4_define([m4_copyright_condense],
-[m4_text_wrap(m4_bpatsubst(m4_flatten([[$1]]),
-[(C)[- ,0-9]*\([1-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]\)], [(C) \1]))])
-
-## ----------------------- ##
-## 13. Number processing. ##
-## ----------------------- ##
-
-# m4_cmp(A, B)
-# ------------
-# Compare two integer expressions.
-# A < B -> -1
-# A = B -> 0
-# A > B -> 1
-m4_define([m4_cmp],
-[m4_eval((([$1]) > ([$2])) - (([$1]) < ([$2])))])
-
-
-# m4_list_cmp(A, B)
-# -----------------
-#
-# Compare the two lists of integer expressions A and B. For instance:
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 0], [1]) -> 0
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 0], [1, 0]) -> 0
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 2], [1, 0]) -> 1
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 2, 3], [1, 2]) -> 1
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 2, -3], [1, 2]) -> -1
-# m4_list_cmp([1, 0], [1, 2]) -> -1
-# m4_list_cmp([1], [1, 2]) -> -1
-# m4_define([xa], [oops])dnl
-# m4_list_cmp([[0xa]], [5+5]) -> 0
-#
-# Rather than face the overhead of m4_case, we use a helper function whose
-# expansion includes the name of the macro to invoke on the tail, either
-# m4_ignore or m4_unquote. This is particularly useful when comparing
-# long lists, since less text is being expanded for deciding when to end
-# recursion. The recursion is between a pair of macros that alternate
-# which list is trimmed by one element; this is more efficient than
-# calling m4_cdr on both lists from a single macro. Guarantee exactly
-# one expansion of both lists' side effects.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_list_cmp],
-[_$0_raw(m4_dquote($1), m4_dquote($2))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp_raw],
-[m4_if([$1], [$2], [0], [_m4_list_cmp_1([$1], $2)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp],
-[m4_if([$1], [], [0m4_ignore], [$2], [0], [m4_unquote], [$2m4_ignore])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp_1],
-[_m4_list_cmp_2([$2], [m4_shift2($@)], $1)])
-
-m4_define([_m4_list_cmp_2],
-[_m4_list_cmp([$1$3], m4_cmp([$3+0], [$1+0]))(
- [_m4_list_cmp_1(m4_dquote(m4_shift3($@)), $2)])])
-
-# m4_max(EXPR, ...)
-# m4_min(EXPR, ...)
-# -----------------
-# Return the decimal value of the maximum (or minimum) in a series of
-# integer expressions.
-#
-# M4 1.4.x doesn't provide ?:. Hence this huge m4_eval. Avoid m4_eval
-# if both arguments are identical, but be aware of m4_max(0xa, 10) (hence
-# the use of <=, not just <, in the second multiply).
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_max],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([too few arguments to $0])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_eval([$1])],
- [$#$1], [2$2], [m4_eval([$1])],
- [$#], [2], [_$0($@)],
- [_m4_minmax([_$0], $@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_max],
-[m4_eval((([$1]) > ([$2])) * ([$1]) + (([$1]) <= ([$2])) * ([$2]))])
-
-m4_define([m4_min],
-[m4_if([$#], [0], [m4_fatal([too few arguments to $0])],
- [$#], [1], [m4_eval([$1])],
- [$#$1], [2$2], [m4_eval([$1])],
- [$#], [2], [_$0($@)],
- [_m4_minmax([_$0], $@)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_min],
-[m4_eval((([$1]) < ([$2])) * ([$1]) + (([$1]) >= ([$2])) * ([$2]))])
-
-# _m4_minmax(METHOD, ARG1, ARG2...)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Common recursion code for m4_max and m4_min. METHOD must be _m4_max
-# or _m4_min, and there must be at least two arguments to combine.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([_m4_minmax],
-[m4_if([$#], [3], [$1([$2], [$3])],
- [$0([$1], $1([$2], [$3]), m4_shift3($@))])])
-
-
-# m4_sign(A)
-# ----------
-# The sign of the integer expression A.
-m4_define([m4_sign],
-[m4_eval((([$1]) > 0) - (([$1]) < 0))])
-
-
-
-## ------------------------ ##
-## 14. Version processing. ##
-## ------------------------ ##
-
-
-# m4_version_unletter(VERSION)
-# ----------------------------
-# Normalize beta version numbers with letters to numeric expressions, which
-# can then be handed to m4_eval for the purpose of comparison.
-#
-# Nl -> (N+1).-1.(l#)
-#
-# for example:
-# [2.14a] -> [0,2,14+1,-1,[0r36:a]] -> 2.15.-1.10
-# [2.14b] -> [0,2,15+1,-1,[0r36:b]] -> 2.15.-1.11
-# [2.61aa.b] -> [0,2.61,1,-1,[0r36:aa],+1,-1,[0r36:b]] -> 2.62.-1.370.1.-1.11
-# [08] -> [0,[0r10:0]8] -> 8
-#
-# This macro expects reasonable version numbers, but can handle double
-# letters and does not expand any macros. Original version strings can
-# use both `.' and `-' separators.
-#
-# Inline constant expansions, to avoid m4_defn overhead.
-# _m4_version_unletter is the real workhorse used by m4_version_compare,
-# but since [0r36:a] and commas are less readable than 10 and dots, we
-# provide a wrapper for human use.
-m4_define([m4_version_unletter],
-[m4_substr(m4_map_args([.m4_eval], m4_unquote(_$0([$1]))), [3])])
-m4_define([_m4_version_unletter],
-[m4_bpatsubst(m4_bpatsubst(m4_translit([[[[0,$1]]]], [.-], [,,]),]dnl
-m4_dquote(m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_cr_Letters])))[[+],
- [+1,-1,[0r36:\&]]), [,0], [,[0r10:0]])])
-
-
-# m4_version_compare(VERSION-1, VERSION-2)
-# ----------------------------------------
-# Compare the two version numbers and expand into
-# -1 if VERSION-1 < VERSION-2
-# 0 if =
-# 1 if >
-#
-# Since _m4_version_unletter does not output side effects, we can
-# safely bypass the overhead of m4_version_cmp.
-m4_define([m4_version_compare],
-[_m4_list_cmp_raw(_m4_version_unletter([$1]), _m4_version_unletter([$2]))])
-
-
-# m4_PACKAGE_NAME
-# m4_PACKAGE_TARNAME
-# m4_PACKAGE_VERSION
-# m4_PACKAGE_STRING
-# m4_PACKAGE_BUGREPORT
-# --------------------
-# If m4sugar/version.m4 is present, then define version strings. This
-# file is optional, provided by Autoconf but absent in Bison.
-m4_sinclude([m4sugar/version.m4])
-
-
-# m4_version_prereq(VERSION, [IF-OK], [IF-NOT = FAIL])
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# Check this Autoconf version against VERSION.
-m4_define([m4_version_prereq],
-m4_ifdef([m4_PACKAGE_VERSION],
-[[m4_if(m4_version_compare(]m4_dquote(m4_defn([m4_PACKAGE_VERSION]))[, [$1]),
- [-1],
- [m4_default([$3],
- [m4_fatal([Autoconf version $1 or higher is required],
- [63])])],
- [$2])]],
-[[m4_fatal([m4sugar/version.m4 not found])]]))
-
-
-## ------------------ ##
-## 15. Set handling. ##
-## ------------------ ##
-
-# Autoconf likes to create arbitrarily large sets; for example, as of
-# this writing, the configure.ac for coreutils tracks a set of more
-# than 400 AC_SUBST. How do we track all of these set members,
-# without introducing duplicates? We could use m4_append_uniq, with
-# the set NAME residing in the contents of the macro NAME.
-# Unfortunately, m4_append_uniq is quadratic for set creation, because
-# it costs O(n) to search the string for each of O(n) insertions; not
-# to mention that with m4 1.4.x, even using m4_append is slow, costing
-# O(n) rather than O(1) per insertion. Other set operations, not used
-# by Autoconf but still possible by manipulation of the definition
-# tracked in macro NAME, include O(n) deletion of one element and O(n)
-# computation of set size. Because the set is exposed to the user via
-# the definition of a single macro, we cannot cache any data about the
-# set without risking the cache being invalidated by the user
-# redefining NAME.
-#
-# Can we do better? Yes, because m4 gives us an O(1) search function
-# for free: ifdef. Additionally, even m4 1.4.x gives us an O(1)
-# insert operation for free: pushdef. But to use these, we must
-# represent the set via a group of macros; to keep the set consistent,
-# we must hide the set so that the user can only manipulate it through
-# accessor macros. The contents of the set are maintained through two
-# access points; _m4_set([name]) is a pushdef stack of values in the
-# set, useful for O(n) traversal of the set contents; while the
-# existence of _m4_set([name],value) with no particular value is
-# useful for O(1) querying of set membership. And since the user
-# cannot externally manipulate the set, we are free to add additional
-# caching macros for other performance improvements. Deletion can be
-# O(1) per element rather than O(n), by reworking the definition of
-# _m4_set([name],value) to be 0 or 1 based on current membership, and
-# adding _m4_set_cleanup(name) to defer the O(n) cleanup of
-# _m4_set([name]) until we have another reason to do an O(n)
-# traversal. The existence of _m4_set_cleanup(name) can then be used
-# elsewhere to determine if we must dereference _m4_set([name],value),
-# or assume that definition implies set membership. Finally, size can
-# be tracked in an O(1) fashion with _m4_set_size(name).
-#
-# The quoting in _m4_set([name],value) is chosen so that there is no
-# ambiguity with a set whose name contains a comma, and so that we can
-# supply the value via _m4_defn([_m4_set([name])]) without needing any
-# quote manipulation.
-
-# m4_set_add(SET, VALUE, [IF-UNIQ], [IF-DUP])
-# -------------------------------------------
-# Add VALUE as an element of SET. Expand IF-UNIQ on the first
-# addition, and IF-DUP if it is already in the set. Addition of one
-# element is O(1), such that overall set creation is O(n).
-#
-# We do not want to add a duplicate for a previously deleted but
-# unpruned element, but it is just as easy to check existence directly
-# as it is to query _m4_set_cleanup($1).
-m4_define([m4_set_add],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)],
- [m4_if(m4_indir([_m4_set([$1],$2)]), [0],
- [m4_define([_m4_set([$1],$2)],
- [1])_m4_set_size([$1], [m4_incr])$3], [$4])],
- [m4_define([_m4_set([$1],$2)],
- [1])m4_pushdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [$2])_m4_set_size([$1], [m4_incr])$3])])
-
-# m4_set_add_all(SET, VALUE...)
-# -----------------------------
-# Add each VALUE into SET. This is O(n) in the number of VALUEs, and
-# can be faster than calling m4_set_add for each VALUE.
-#
-# Implement two recursion helpers; the check variant is slower but
-# handles the case where an element has previously been removed but
-# not pruned. The recursion helpers ignore their second argument, so
-# that we can use the faster m4_shift2 and 2 arguments, rather than
-# _m4_shift2 and one argument, as the signal to end recursion.
-#
-# Please keep foreach.m4 in sync with any adjustments made here.
-m4_define([m4_set_add_all],
-[m4_define([_m4_set_size($1)], m4_eval(m4_set_size([$1])
- + m4_len(m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)], [_$0_check], [_$0])([$1], $@))))])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_add_all],
-[m4_if([$#], [2], [],
- [m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$3)], [],
- [m4_define([_m4_set([$1],$3)], [1])m4_pushdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [$3])-])$0([$1], m4_shift2($@))])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_add_all_check],
-[m4_if([$#], [2], [],
- [m4_set_add([$1], [$3])$0([$1], m4_shift2($@))])])
-
-# m4_set_contains(SET, VALUE, [IF-PRESENT], [IF-ABSENT])
-# ------------------------------------------------------
-# Expand IF-PRESENT if SET contains VALUE, otherwise expand IF-ABSENT.
-# This is always O(1).
-m4_define([m4_set_contains],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)],
- [m4_if(m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)],
- [m4_indir([_m4_set([$1],$2)])], [0]), [1], [$3], [$4])],
- [m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)], [$3], [$4])])])
-
-# m4_set_contents(SET, [SEP])
-# ---------------------------
-# Expand to a single string containing all the elements in SET,
-# separated by SEP, without modifying SET. No provision is made for
-# disambiguating set elements that contain non-empty SEP as a
-# sub-string, or for recognizing a set that contains only the empty
-# string. Order of the output is not guaranteed. If any elements
-# have been previously removed from the set, this action will prune
-# the unused memory. This is O(n) in the size of the set before
-# pruning.
-#
-# Use _m4_popdef for speed. The existence of _m4_set_cleanup($1)
-# determines which version of _1 helper we use.
-m4_define([m4_set_contents],
-[m4_set_map_sep([$1], [], [], [[$2]])])
-
-# _m4_set_contents_1(SET)
-# _m4_set_contents_1c(SET)
-# _m4_set_contents_2(SET, [PRE], [POST], [SEP])
-# ---------------------------------------------
-# Expand to a list of quoted elements currently in the set, each
-# surrounded by PRE and POST, and moving SEP in front of PRE on
-# recursion. To avoid nesting limit restrictions, the algorithm must
-# be broken into two parts; _1 destructively copies the stack in
-# reverse into _m4_set_($1), producing no output; then _2
-# destructively copies _m4_set_($1) back into the stack in reverse.
-# If no elements were deleted, then this visits the set in the order
-# that elements were inserted. Behavior is undefined if PRE/POST/SEP
-# tries to recursively list or modify SET in any way other than
-# calling m4_set_remove on the current element. Use _1 if all entries
-# in the stack are guaranteed to be in the set, and _1c to prune
-# removed entries. Uses _m4_defn and _m4_popdef for speed.
-m4_define([_m4_set_contents_1],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([_m4_set([$1])], [_m4_set_($1)])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_contents_1c],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [m4_set_contains([$1], _m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])]),
- [m4_pushdef([_m4_set_($1)], _m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])]))],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set([$1],]_m4_defn(
- [_m4_set([$1])])[)])])_m4_popdef([_m4_set([$1])])$0([$1])],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_contents_2],
-[_m4_stack_reverse([_m4_set_($1)], [_m4_set([$1])],
- [$2[]_m4_defn([_m4_set_($1)])$3], [$4[]])])
-
-# m4_set_delete(SET)
-# ------------------
-# Delete all elements in SET, and reclaim any memory occupied by the
-# set. This is O(n) in the set size.
-#
-# Use _m4_defn and _m4_popdef for speed.
-m4_define([m4_set_delete],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set([$1],]_m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])])[)],
- [_m4_set([$1])])$0([$1])],
- [m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)])])m4_ifdef(
- [_m4_set_size($1)],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set_size($1)])])])])
-
-# m4_set_difference(SET1, SET2)
-# -----------------------------
-# Produce a LIST of quoted elements that occur in SET1 but not SET2.
-# Output a comma prior to any elements, to distinguish the empty
-# string from no elements. This can be directly used as a series of
-# arguments, such as for m4_join, or wrapped inside quotes for use in
-# m4_foreach. Order of the output is not guaranteed.
-#
-# Short-circuit the idempotence relation.
-m4_define([m4_set_difference],
-[m4_if([$1], [$2], [], [m4_set_map_sep([$1], [_$0([$2],], [)])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_difference],
-[m4_set_contains([$1], [$2], [], [,[$2]])])
-
-# m4_set_dump(SET, [SEP])
-# -----------------------
-# Expand to a single string containing all the elements in SET,
-# separated by SEP, then delete SET. In general, if you only need to
-# list the contents once, this is faster than m4_set_contents. No
-# provision is made for disambiguating set elements that contain
-# non-empty SEP as a sub-string. Order of the output is not
-# guaranteed. This is O(n) in the size of the set before pruning.
-#
-# Use _m4_popdef for speed. Use existence of _m4_set_cleanup($1) to
-# decide if more expensive recursion is needed.
-m4_define([m4_set_dump],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set_size($1)],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set_size($1)])])m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)],
- [_$0_check], [_$0])([$1], [], [$2])])
-
-# _m4_set_dump(SET, [SEP], [PREP])
-# _m4_set_dump_check(SET, [SEP], [PREP])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Print SEP and the current element, then delete the element and
-# recurse with empty SEP changed to PREP. The check variant checks
-# whether the element has been previously removed. Use _m4_defn and
-# _m4_popdef for speed.
-m4_define([_m4_set_dump],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [[$2]_m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])])_m4_popdef([_m4_set([$1],]_m4_defn(
- [_m4_set([$1])])[)], [_m4_set([$1])])$0([$1], [$2$3])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_dump_check],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1])],
- [m4_set_contains([$1], _m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])]),
- [[$2]_m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])])])_m4_popdef(
- [_m4_set([$1],]_m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])])[)],
- [_m4_set([$1])])$0([$1], [$2$3])],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)])])])
-
-# m4_set_empty(SET, [IF-EMPTY], [IF-ELEMENTS])
-# --------------------------------------------
-# Expand IF-EMPTY if SET has no elements, otherwise IF-ELEMENTS.
-m4_define([m4_set_empty],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set_size($1)],
- [m4_if(m4_indir([_m4_set_size($1)]), [0], [$2], [$3])], [$2])])
-
-# m4_set_foreach(SET, VAR, ACTION)
-# --------------------------------
-# For each element of SET, define VAR to the element and expand
-# ACTION. ACTION should not recursively list SET's contents, add
-# elements to SET, nor delete any element from SET except the one
-# currently in VAR. The order that the elements are visited in is not
-# guaranteed. This is faster than the corresponding m4_foreach([VAR],
-# m4_indir([m4_dquote]m4_set_listc([SET])), [ACTION])
-m4_define([m4_set_foreach],
-[m4_pushdef([$2])m4_set_map_sep([$1], [m4_define([$2],], [)$3])])
-
-# m4_set_intersection(SET1, SET2)
-# -------------------------------
-# Produce a LIST of quoted elements that occur in both SET1 or SET2.
-# Output a comma prior to any elements, to distinguish the empty
-# string from no elements. This can be directly used as a series of
-# arguments, such as for m4_join, or wrapped inside quotes for use in
-# m4_foreach. Order of the output is not guaranteed.
-#
-# Iterate over the smaller set, and short-circuit the idempotence
-# relation.
-m4_define([m4_set_intersection],
-[m4_if([$1], [$2], [m4_set_listc([$1])],
- m4_eval(m4_set_size([$2]) < m4_set_size([$1])), [1], [$0([$2], [$1])],
- [m4_set_map_sep([$1], [_$0([$2],], [)])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_intersection],
-[m4_set_contains([$1], [$2], [,[$2]])])
-
-# m4_set_list(SET)
-# m4_set_listc(SET)
-# -----------------
-# Produce a LIST of quoted elements of SET. This can be directly used
-# as a series of arguments, such as for m4_join or m4_set_add_all, or
-# wrapped inside quotes for use in m4_foreach or m4_map. With
-# m4_set_list, there is no way to distinguish an empty set from a set
-# containing only the empty string; with m4_set_listc, a leading comma
-# is output if there are any elements.
-m4_define([m4_set_list],
-[m4_set_map_sep([$1], [], [], [,])])
-
-m4_define([m4_set_listc],
-[m4_set_map_sep([$1], [,])])
-
-# m4_set_map(SET, ACTION)
-# -----------------------
-# For each element of SET, expand ACTION with a single argument of the
-# current element. ACTION should not recursively list SET's contents,
-# add elements to SET, nor delete any element from SET except the one
-# passed as an argument. The order that the elements are visited in
-# is not guaranteed. This is faster than either of the corresponding
-# m4_map_args([ACTION]m4_set_listc([SET]))
-# m4_set_foreach([SET], [VAR], [ACTION(m4_defn([VAR]))])
-m4_define([m4_set_map],
-[m4_set_map_sep([$1], [$2(], [)])])
-
-# m4_set_map_sep(SET, [PRE], [POST], [SEP])
-# -----------------------------------------
-# For each element of SET, expand PRE[value]POST[], and expand SEP
-# between elements.
-m4_define([m4_set_map_sep],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set_cleanup($1)], [_m4_set_contents_1c],
- [_m4_set_contents_1])([$1])_m4_set_contents_2($@)])
-
-# m4_set_remove(SET, VALUE, [IF-PRESENT], [IF-ABSENT])
-# ----------------------------------------------------
-# If VALUE is an element of SET, delete it and expand IF-PRESENT.
-# Otherwise expand IF-ABSENT. Deleting a single value is O(1),
-# although it leaves memory occupied until the next O(n) traversal of
-# the set which will compact the set.
-#
-# Optimize if the element being removed is the most recently added,
-# since defining _m4_set_cleanup($1) slows down so many other macros.
-# In particular, this plays well with m4_set_foreach and m4_set_map.
-m4_define([m4_set_remove],
-[m4_set_contains([$1], [$2], [_m4_set_size([$1],
- [m4_decr])m4_if(_m4_defn([_m4_set([$1])]), [$2],
- [_m4_popdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)], [_m4_set([$1])])],
- [m4_define([_m4_set_cleanup($1)])m4_define(
- [_m4_set([$1],$2)], [0])])$3], [$4])])
-
-# m4_set_size(SET)
-# ----------------
-# Expand to the number of elements currently in SET. This operation
-# is O(1), and thus more efficient than m4_count(m4_set_list([SET])).
-m4_define([m4_set_size],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set_size($1)], [m4_indir([_m4_set_size($1)])], [0])])
-
-# _m4_set_size(SET, ACTION)
-# -------------------------
-# ACTION must be either m4_incr or m4_decr, and the size of SET is
-# changed accordingly. If the set is empty, ACTION must not be
-# m4_decr.
-m4_define([_m4_set_size],
-[m4_define([_m4_set_size($1)],
- m4_ifdef([_m4_set_size($1)], [$2(m4_indir([_m4_set_size($1)]))],
- [1]))])
-
-# m4_set_union(SET1, SET2)
-# ------------------------
-# Produce a LIST of double quoted elements that occur in either SET1
-# or SET2, without duplicates. Output a comma prior to any elements,
-# to distinguish the empty string from no elements. This can be
-# directly used as a series of arguments, such as for m4_join, or
-# wrapped inside quotes for use in m4_foreach. Order of the output is
-# not guaranteed.
-#
-# We can rely on the fact that m4_set_listc prunes SET1, so we don't
-# need to check _m4_set([$1],element) for 0. Short-circuit the
-# idempotence relation.
-m4_define([m4_set_union],
-[m4_set_listc([$1])m4_if([$1], [$2], [],
- [m4_set_map_sep([$2], [_$0([$1],], [)])])])
-
-m4_define([_m4_set_union],
-[m4_ifdef([_m4_set([$1],$2)], [], [,[$2]])])
-
-
-## ------------------- ##
-## 16. File handling. ##
-## ------------------- ##
-
-
-# It is a real pity that M4 comes with no macros to bind a diversion
-# to a file. So we have to deal without, which makes us a lot more
-# fragile than we should.
-
-
-# m4_file_append(FILE-NAME, CONTENT)
-# ----------------------------------
-m4_define([m4_file_append],
-[m4_syscmd([cat >>$1 <<_m4eof
-$2
-_m4eof
-])
-m4_if(m4_sysval, [0], [],
- [m4_fatal([$0: cannot write: $1])])])
-
-
-
-## ------------------------ ##
-## 17. Setting M4sugar up. ##
-## ------------------------ ##
-
-# _m4_divert_diversion should be defined.
-m4_divert_push([KILL])
-
-# m4_init
-# -------
-# Initialize the m4sugar language.
-m4_define([m4_init],
-[# All the M4sugar macros start with `m4_', except `dnl' kept as is
-# for sake of simplicity.
-m4_pattern_forbid([^_?m4_])
-m4_pattern_forbid([^dnl$])
-
-# If __m4_version__ is defined, we assume that we are being run by M4
-# 1.6 or newer, thus $@ recursion is linear, and debugmode(+do)
-# is available for faster checks of dereferencing undefined macros
-# and forcing dumpdef to print to stderr regardless of debugfile.
-# But if it is missing, we assume we are being run by M4 1.4.x, that
-# $@ recursion is quadratic, and that we need foreach-based
-# replacement macros. Also, m4 prior to 1.4.8 loses track of location
-# during m4wrap text; __line__ should never be 0.
-#
-# Use the raw builtin to avoid tripping up include tracing.
-# Meanwhile, avoid m4_copy, since it temporarily undefines m4_defn.
-m4_ifdef([__m4_version__],
-[m4_debugmode([+do])
-m4_define([m4_defn], _m4_defn([_m4_defn]))
-m4_define([m4_dumpdef], _m4_defn([_m4_dumpdef]))
-m4_define([m4_popdef], _m4_defn([_m4_popdef]))
-m4_define([m4_undefine], _m4_defn([_m4_undefine]))],
-[m4_builtin([include], [m4sugar/foreach.m4])
-m4_wrap_lifo([m4_if(__line__, [0], [m4_pushdef([m4_location],
-]]m4_dquote(m4_dquote(m4_dquote(__file__:__line__)))[[)])])])
-
-# Rewrite the first entry of the diversion stack.
-m4_divert([KILL])
-
-# Check the divert push/pop perfect balance.
-# Some users are prone to also use m4_wrap to register last-minute
-# m4_divert_text; so after our diversion cleanups, we restore
-# KILL as the bottom of the diversion stack.
-m4_wrap([m4_popdef([_m4_divert_diversion])m4_ifdef(
- [_m4_divert_diversion], [m4_fatal([$0: unbalanced m4_divert_push:
-]m4_divert_stack)])_m4_popdef([_m4_divert_stack])m4_divert_push([KILL])])
-])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/stack.hh b/gnuwin32/bin/data/stack.hh
deleted file mode 100644
index aa64d63d..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/stack.hh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,154 +0,0 @@
-# C++ skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-m4_pushdef([b4_copyright_years],
- [2002-2013])
-
-# b4_stack_define
-# ---------------
-m4_define([b4_stack_define],
-[[ template <class T, class S = std::vector<T> >
- class stack
- {
- public:
- // Hide our reversed order.
- typedef typename S::reverse_iterator iterator;
- typedef typename S::const_reverse_iterator const_iterator;
-
- stack ()
- : seq_ ()
- {
- }
-
- stack (unsigned int n)
- : seq_ (n)
- {
- }
-
- inline
- T&
- operator[] (unsigned int i)
- {
- return seq_[seq_.size () - 1 - i];
- }
-
- inline
- const T&
- operator[] (unsigned int i) const
- {
- return seq_[seq_.size () - 1 - i];
- }
-
- /// Steal the contents of \a t.
- ///
- /// Close to move-semantics.
- inline
- void
- push (T& t)
- {
- seq_.push_back (T());
- operator[](0).move (t);
- }
-
- inline
- void
- pop (unsigned int n = 1)
- {
- for (; n; --n)
- seq_.pop_back ();
- }
-
- void
- clear ()
- {
- seq_.clear ();
- }
-
- inline
- typename S::size_type
- size () const
- {
- return seq_.size ();
- }
-
- inline
- const_iterator
- begin () const
- {
- return seq_.rbegin ();
- }
-
- inline
- const_iterator
- end () const
- {
- return seq_.rend ();
- }
-
- private:
- stack (const stack&);
- stack& operator= (const stack&);
- /// The wrapped container.
- S seq_;
- };
-
- /// Present a slice of the top of a stack.
- template <class T, class S = stack<T> >
- class slice
- {
- public:
- slice (const S& stack, unsigned int range)
- : stack_ (stack)
- , range_ (range)
- {
- }
-
- inline
- const T&
- operator [] (unsigned int i) const
- {
- return stack_[range_ - i];
- }
-
- private:
- const S& stack_;
- unsigned int range_;
- };
-]])
-
-b4_defines_if(
-[b4_output_begin([b4_dir_prefix[]stack.hh])
-b4_copyright([Stack handling for Bison parsers in C++])[
-
-/**
- ** \file ]b4_dir_prefix[stack.hh
- ** Define the ]b4_namespace_ref[::stack class.
- */
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_dir_prefix[]stack.hh])[
-
-# include <vector>
-
-]b4_namespace_open[
-]b4_stack_define[
-]b4_namespace_close[
-
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_dir_prefix[]stack.hh])
-b4_output_end()
-])
-
-m4_popdef([b4_copyright_years])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/variant.hh b/gnuwin32/bin/data/variant.hh
deleted file mode 100644
index ac4f7a78..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/variant.hh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,362 +0,0 @@
-# C++ skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2013 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-
-## --------- ##
-## variant. ##
-## --------- ##
-
-# b4_symbol_variant(YYTYPE, YYVAL, ACTION, [ARGS])
-# ------------------------------------------------
-# Run some ACTION ("build", or "destroy") on YYVAL of symbol type
-# YYTYPE.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_variant],
-[m4_pushdef([b4_dollar_dollar],
- [$2.$3< $][3 > (m4_shift3($@))])dnl
- switch ($1)
- {
-b4_type_foreach([b4_type_action_])[]dnl
- default:
- break;
- }
-m4_popdef([b4_dollar_dollar])dnl
-])
-
-
-# _b4_char_sizeof_counter
-# -----------------------
-# A counter used by _b4_char_sizeof_dummy to create fresh symbols.
-m4_define([_b4_char_sizeof_counter],
-[0])
-
-# _b4_char_sizeof_dummy
-# ---------------------
-# At each call return a new C++ identifier.
-m4_define([_b4_char_sizeof_dummy],
-[m4_define([_b4_char_sizeof_counter], m4_incr(_b4_char_sizeof_counter))dnl
-dummy[]_b4_char_sizeof_counter])
-
-
-# b4_char_sizeof(SYMBOL-NUMS)
-# ---------------------------
-# To be mapped on the list of type names to produce:
-#
-# char dummy1[sizeof(type_name_1)];
-# char dummy2[sizeof(type_name_2)];
-#
-# for defined type names.
-m4_define([b4_char_sizeof],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
-[
-m4_map([ b4_symbol_tag_comment], [$@])dnl
- char _b4_char_sizeof_dummy@{sizeof(b4_symbol([$1], [type]))@};
-])])
-
-
-# b4_variant_includes
-# -------------------
-# The needed includes for variants support.
-m4_define([b4_variant_includes],
-[b4_parse_assert_if([[#include <typeinfo>]])[
-#ifndef YYASSERT
-# include <cassert>
-# define YYASSERT assert
-#endif
-]])
-
-# b4_variant_define
-# -----------------
-# Define "variant".
-m4_define([b4_variant_define],
-[[ /// A char[S] buffer to store and retrieve objects.
- ///
- /// Sort of a variant, but does not keep track of the nature
- /// of the stored data, since that knowledge is available
- /// via the current state.
- template <size_t S>
- struct variant
- {
- /// Type of *this.
- typedef variant<S> self_type;
-
- /// Empty construction.
- variant ()]b4_parse_assert_if([
- : yytname_ (YY_NULL)])[
- {}
-
- /// Construct and fill.
- template <typename T>
- variant (const T& t)]b4_parse_assert_if([
- : yytname_ (typeid (T).name ())])[
- {
- YYASSERT (sizeof (T) <= S);
- new (yyas_<T> ()) T (t);
- }
-
- /// Destruction, allowed only if empty.
- ~variant ()
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (!yytname_);
- ])[}
-
- /// Instantiate an empty \a T in here.
- template <typename T>
- T&
- build ()
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (!yytname_);
- YYASSERT (sizeof (T) <= S);
- yytname_ = typeid (T).name ();])[
- return *new (yyas_<T> ()) T;
- }
-
- /// Instantiate a \a T in here from \a t.
- template <typename T>
- T&
- build (const T& t)
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (!yytname_);
- YYASSERT (sizeof (T) <= S);
- yytname_ = typeid (T).name ();])[
- return *new (yyas_<T> ()) T (t);
- }
-
- /// Accessor to a built \a T.
- template <typename T>
- T&
- as ()
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (yytname_ == typeid (T).name ());
- YYASSERT (sizeof (T) <= S);])[
- return *yyas_<T> ();
- }
-
- /// Const accessor to a built \a T (for %printer).
- template <typename T>
- const T&
- as () const
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (yytname_ == typeid (T).name ());
- YYASSERT (sizeof (T) <= S);])[
- return *yyas_<T> ();
- }
-
- /// Swap the content with \a other, of same type.
- ///
- /// Both variants must be built beforehand, because swapping the actual
- /// data requires reading it (with as()), and this is not possible on
- /// unconstructed variants: it would require some dynamic testing, which
- /// should not be the variant's responsability.
- /// Swapping between built and (possibly) non-built is done with
- /// variant::move ().
- template <typename T>
- void
- swap (self_type& other)
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (yytname_);
- YYASSERT (yytname_ == other.yytname_);])[
- std::swap (as<T> (), other.as<T> ());
- }
-
- /// Move the content of \a other to this.
- ///
- /// Destroys \a other.
- template <typename T>
- void
- move (self_type& other)
- {]b4_parse_assert_if([
- YYASSERT (!yytname_);])[
- build<T> ();
- swap<T> (other);
- other.destroy<T> ();
- }
-
- /// Copy the content of \a other to this.
- template <typename T>
- void
- copy (const self_type& other)
- {
- build<T> (other.as<T> ());
- }
-
- /// Destroy the stored \a T.
- template <typename T>
- void
- destroy ()
- {
- as<T> ().~T ();]b4_parse_assert_if([
- yytname_ = YY_NULL;])[
- }
-
- private:
- /// Prohibit blind copies.
- self_type& operator=(const self_type&);
- variant (const self_type&);
-
- /// Accessor to raw memory as \a T.
- template <typename T>
- T*
- yyas_ ()
- {
- void *yyp = yybuffer_.yyraw;
- return static_cast<T*> (yyp);
- }
-
- /// Const accessor to raw memory as \a T.
- template <typename T>
- const T*
- yyas_ () const
- {
- const void *yyp = yybuffer_.yyraw;
- return static_cast<const T*> (yyp);
- }
-
- union
- {
- /// Strongest alignment constraints.
- long double yyalign_me;
- /// A buffer large enough to store any of the semantic values.
- char yyraw[S];
- } yybuffer_;]b4_parse_assert_if([
-
- /// Whether the content is built: if defined, the name of the stored type.
- const char *yytname_;])[
- };
-]])
-
-
-## -------------------------- ##
-## Adjustments for variants. ##
-## -------------------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_value_type_declare
-# ---------------------
-# Declare semantic_type.
-m4_define([b4_value_type_declare],
-[[ /// An auxiliary type to compute the largest semantic type.
- union union_type
- {]b4_type_foreach([b4_char_sizeof])[};
-
- /// Symbol semantic values.
- typedef variant<sizeof(union_type)> semantic_type;][]dnl
-])
-
-
-# How the semantic value is extracted when using variants.
-
-# b4_symbol_value(VAL, [TYPE])
-# ----------------------------
-m4_define([b4_symbol_value],
-[m4_ifval([$2],
- [$1.as< $2 > ()],
- [$1])])
-
-# b4_symbol_value_template(VAL, [TYPE])
-# -------------------------------------
-# Same as b4_symbol_value, but used in a template method.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_value_template],
-[m4_ifval([$2],
- [$1.template as< $2 > ()],
- [$1])])
-
-
-
-## ------------- ##
-## make_SYMBOL. ##
-## ------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_symbol_constructor_declare_(SYMBOL-NUMBER)
-# ---------------------------------------------
-# Declare the overloaded version of make_symbol for the (common) type of
-# these SYMBOL-NUMBERS. Use at class-level.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_declare_],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [is_token], [b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_id],
-[ static inline
- symbol_type
- make_[]b4_symbol_([$1], [id]) (dnl
-b4_join(b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
- [const b4_symbol([$1], [type])& v]),
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l])));
-
-])])])
-
-
-# b4_symbol_constructor_declare
-# -----------------------------
-# Declare symbol constructors for all the value types.
-# Use at class-level.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_declare],
-[ // Symbol constructors declarations.
-b4_symbol_foreach([b4_symbol_constructor_declare_])])
-
-
-
-# b4_symbol_constructor_define_(SYMBOL-NUMBER)
-# --------------------------------------------
-# Define symbol constructor for this SYMBOL-NUMBER.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_define_],
-[b4_symbol_if([$1], [is_token], [b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_id],
-[ b4_parser_class_name::symbol_type
- b4_parser_class_name::make_[]b4_symbol_([$1], [id]) (dnl
-b4_join(b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type],
- [const b4_symbol([$1], [type])& v]),
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l])))
- {
- return symbol_type (b4_join([token::b4_symbol([$1], [id])],
- b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type], [v]),
- b4_locations_if([l])));
-
- }
-
-])])])
-
-
-# b4_basic_symbol_constructor_declare
-# -----------------------------------
-# Generate a constructor declaration for basic_symbol from given type.
-m4_define([b4_basic_symbol_constructor_declare],
-[[
- basic_symbol (]b4_join(
- [typename Base::kind_type t],
- b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type], const b4_symbol([$1], [type])[ v]),
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l]))[);
-]])
-
-# b4_basic_symbol_constructor_define
-# ----------------------------------
-# Generate a constructor implementation for basic_symbol from given type.
-m4_define([b4_basic_symbol_constructor_define],
-[[
- template <typename Base>
- ]b4_parser_class_name[::basic_symbol<Base>::basic_symbol (]b4_join(
- [typename Base::kind_type t],
- b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type], const b4_symbol([$1], [type])[ v]),
- b4_locations_if([const location_type& l]))[)
- : Base (t)
- , value (]b4_symbol_if([$1], [has_type], [v])[)]b4_locations_if([
- , location (l)])[
- {}
-]])
-
-# b4_symbol_constructor_define
-# ----------------------------
-# Define the overloaded versions of make_symbol for all the value types.
-m4_define([b4_symbol_constructor_define],
-[ // Implementation of make_symbol for each symbol type.
-b4_symbol_foreach([b4_symbol_constructor_define_])])
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/bison.xsl b/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/bison.xsl
deleted file mode 100644
index 10e3305b..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/bison.xsl
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,105 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-
-<!--
- bison.xsl - common templates for Bison XSLT.
-
- Copyright (C) 2007-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
- This file is part of Bison, the GNU Compiler Compiler.
-
- 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
- -->
-
-<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
- xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
- xmlns:bison="http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/">
-
-<xsl:key
- name="bison:symbolByName"
- match="/bison-xml-report/grammar/nonterminals/nonterminal"
- use="@name"
-/>
-<xsl:key
- name="bison:symbolByName"
- match="/bison-xml-report/grammar/terminals/terminal"
- use="@name"
-/>
-<xsl:key
- name="bison:ruleByNumber"
- match="/bison-xml-report/grammar/rules/rule"
- use="@number"
-/>
-<xsl:key
- name="bison:ruleByLhs"
- match="/bison-xml-report/grammar/rules/rule[
- @usefulness != 'useless-in-grammar']"
- use="lhs"
-/>
-<xsl:key
- name="bison:ruleByRhs"
- match="/bison-xml-report/grammar/rules/rule[
- @usefulness != 'useless-in-grammar']"
- use="rhs/symbol"
-/>
-
-<!-- For the specified state, output: #sr-conflicts,#rr-conflicts -->
-<xsl:template match="state" mode="bison:count-conflicts">
- <xsl:variable name="transitions" select="actions/transitions"/>
- <xsl:variable name="reductions" select="actions/reductions"/>
- <xsl:variable
- name="terminals"
- select="
- $transitions/transition[@type='shift']/@symbol
- | $reductions/reduction/@symbol
- "
- />
- <xsl:variable name="conflict-data">
- <xsl:for-each select="$terminals">
- <xsl:variable name="name" select="."/>
- <xsl:if test="generate-id($terminals[. = $name][1]) = generate-id(.)">
- <xsl:variable
- name="shift-count"
- select="count($transitions/transition[@symbol=$name])"
- />
- <xsl:variable
- name="reduce-count"
- select="count($reductions/reduction[@symbol=$name])"
- />
- <xsl:if test="$shift-count > 0 and $reduce-count > 0">
- <xsl:text>s</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:if test="$reduce-count > 1">
- <xsl:text>r</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:for-each>
- </xsl:variable>
- <xsl:value-of select="string-length(translate($conflict-data, 'r', ''))"/>
- <xsl:text>,</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="string-length(translate($conflict-data, 's', ''))"/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="space">
- <xsl:param name="repeat">0</xsl:param>
- <xsl:param name="fill" select="' '"/>
- <xsl:if test="number($repeat) &gt;= 1">
- <xsl:call-template name="space">
- <xsl:with-param name="repeat" select="$repeat - 1"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="fill" select="$fill"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:value-of select="$fill"/>
- </xsl:if>
-</xsl:template>
-
-</xsl:stylesheet>
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/xml2dot.xsl b/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/xml2dot.xsl
deleted file mode 100644
index 93bec599..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/xml2dot.xsl
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,397 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-
-<!--
- xml2dot.xsl - transform Bison XML Report into DOT.
-
- Copyright (C) 2007-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
- This file is part of Bison, the GNU Compiler Compiler.
-
- 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
- Written by Wojciech Polak <polak@gnu.org>.
- -->
-
-<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
- xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
- xmlns:bison="http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/">
-
-<xsl:import href="bison.xsl"/>
-<xsl:output method="text" encoding="UTF-8" indent="no"/>
-
-<xsl:template match="/">
- <xsl:apply-templates select="bison-xml-report"/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="bison-xml-report">
- <xsl:text>// Generated by GNU Bison </xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="@version"/>
- <xsl:text>.&#10;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:text>// Report bugs to &lt;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="@bug-report"/>
- <xsl:text>&gt;.&#10;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:text>// Home page: &lt;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="@url"/>
- <xsl:text>&gt;.&#10;&#10;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="automaton">
- <xsl:with-param name="filename" select="filename"/>
- </xsl:apply-templates>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="automaton">
- <xsl:param name="filename"/>
- <xsl:text>digraph "</xsl:text>
- <xsl:call-template name="escape">
- <xsl:with-param name="subject" select="$filename"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:text>"&#10;{
- node [fontname = courier, shape = box, colorscheme = paired6]
- edge [fontname = courier]
-
-</xsl:text>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="state"/>
- <xsl:text>}&#10;</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="automaton/state">
- <xsl:call-template name="output-node">
- <xsl:with-param name="number" select="@number"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="label">
- <xsl:apply-templates select="itemset/item"/>
- </xsl:with-param>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="actions/transitions"/>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="actions/reductions">
- <xsl:with-param name="staten">
- <xsl:value-of select="@number"/>
- </xsl:with-param>
- </xsl:apply-templates>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="actions/reductions">
- <xsl:param name="staten"/>
- <xsl:for-each select='reduction'>
- <!-- These variables are needed because the current context can't be
- refered to directly in XPath expressions. -->
- <xsl:variable name="rul">
- <xsl:value-of select="@rule"/>
- </xsl:variable>
- <xsl:variable name="ena">
- <xsl:value-of select="@enabled"/>
- </xsl:variable>
- <!-- The foreach's body is protected by this, so that we are actually
- going to iterate once per reduction rule, and not per lookahead. -->
- <xsl:if test='not(preceding-sibling::*[@rule=$rul and @enabled=$ena])'>
- <xsl:variable name="rule">
- <xsl:choose>
- <!-- The acceptation state is refered to as 'accept' in the XML, but
- just as '0' in the DOT. -->
- <xsl:when test="@rule='accept'">
- <xsl:text>0</xsl:text>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:value-of select="@rule"/>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
- </xsl:variable>
-
- <!-- The edge's beginning -->
- <xsl:call-template name="reduction-edge-start">
- <xsl:with-param name="state" select="$staten"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="rule" select="$rule"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="enabled" select="@enabled"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
-
- <!-- The edge's tokens -->
- <!-- Don't show labels for the default action. In other cases, there will
- always be at least one token, so 'label="[]"' will not occur. -->
- <xsl:if test='$rule!=0 and not(../reduction[@enabled=$ena and @rule=$rule and @symbol="$default"])'>
- <xsl:text>label="[</xsl:text>
- <xsl:for-each select='../reduction[@enabled=$ena and @rule=$rule]'>
- <xsl:call-template name="escape">
- <xsl:with-param name="subject" select="@symbol"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:if test="position() != last ()">
- <xsl:text>, </xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:for-each>
- <xsl:text>]", </xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
-
- <!-- The edge's end -->
- <xsl:text>style=solid]&#10;</xsl:text>
-
- <!-- The diamond representing the reduction -->
- <xsl:call-template name="reduction-node">
- <xsl:with-param name="state" select="$staten"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="rule" select="$rule"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="color">
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test='@enabled="true"'>
- <xsl:text>3</xsl:text>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:text>5</xsl:text>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
- </xsl:with-param>
- </xsl:call-template>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:for-each>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="actions/transitions">
- <xsl:apply-templates select="transition"/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="item">
- <xsl:param name="prev-rule-number"
- select="preceding-sibling::item[1]/@rule-number"/>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="key('bison:ruleByNumber', @rule-number)">
- <xsl:with-param name="point" select="@point"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="num" select="@rule-number"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="prev-lhs"
- select="key('bison:ruleByNumber', $prev-rule-number)/lhs[text()]"
- />
- </xsl:apply-templates>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="lookaheads"/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="rule">
- <xsl:param name="point"/>
- <xsl:param name="num"/>
- <xsl:param name="prev-lhs"/>
- <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="$num &lt; 10">
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:when test="$num &lt; 100">
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:text></xsl:text>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
- <xsl:value-of select="$num"/>
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="$prev-lhs = lhs[text()]">
- <xsl:call-template name="lpad">
- <xsl:with-param name="str" select="'|'"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="pad" select="number(string-length(lhs[text()])) + 1"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:value-of select="lhs"/>
- <xsl:text>:</xsl:text>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
- <xsl:if test="$point = 0">
- <xsl:text> .</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:for-each select="rhs/symbol|rhs/empty">
- <xsl:apply-templates select="."/>
- <xsl:if test="$point = position()">
- <xsl:text> .</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:for-each>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="symbol">
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="."/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="empty"/>
-
-<xsl:template match="lookaheads">
- <xsl:text> [</xsl:text>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="symbol"/>
- <xsl:text>]</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="lookaheads/symbol">
- <xsl:value-of select="."/>
- <xsl:if test="position() != last()">
- <xsl:text>, </xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="reduction-edge-start">
- <xsl:param name="state"/>
- <xsl:param name="rule"/>
- <xsl:param name="enabled"/>
-
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="$state"/>
- <xsl:text> -> "</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="$state"/>
- <xsl:text>R</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="$rule"/>
- <xsl:if test='$enabled = "false"'>
- <xsl:text>d</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:text>" [</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="reduction-node">
- <xsl:param name="state"/>
- <xsl:param name="rule"/>
- <xsl:param name="color"/>
-
- <xsl:text> "</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="$state"/>
- <xsl:text>R</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="$rule"/>
- <xsl:if test="$color = 5">
- <xsl:text>d</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:text>" [label="</xsl:text>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="$rule = 0">
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diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/xml2text.xsl b/gnuwin32/bin/data/xslt/xml2text.xsl
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-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-
-<!--
- xml2text.xsl - transform Bison XML Report into plain text.
-
- Copyright (C) 2007-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
- This file is part of Bison, the GNU Compiler Compiler.
-
- 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
- Written by Wojciech Polak <polak@gnu.org>.
- -->
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- <xsl:for-each select="terminal[@usefulness='unused-in-grammar']">
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-
- Copyright (C) 2007-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
- This file is part of Bison, the GNU Compiler Compiler.
-
- 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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- <xsl:call-template name="rpad">
- <xsl:with-param name="str" select="string(@symbol)"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="pad" select="number($pad) + 2"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="@type = 'shift'">
- <a>
- <xsl:attribute name="href">
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('#state_', @state)"/>
- </xsl:attribute>
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('shift, and go to state ', @state)"/>
- </a>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:when test="@type = 'goto'">
- <a>
- <xsl:attribute name="href">
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('#state_', @state)"/>
- </xsl:attribute>
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('go to state ', @state)"/>
- </a>
- </xsl:when>
- </xsl:choose>
- <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="error">
- <xsl:param name="pad"/>
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- <xsl:call-template name="rpad">
- <xsl:with-param name="str" select="string(@symbol)"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="pad" select="number($pad) + 2"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:text>error</xsl:text>
- <xsl:text> (</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="text()"/>
- <xsl:text>)</xsl:text>
- <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="reduction">
- <xsl:param name="pad"/>
- <xsl:text> </xsl:text>
- <xsl:call-template name="rpad">
- <xsl:with-param name="str" select="string(@symbol)"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="pad" select="number($pad) + 2"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:if test="@enabled = 'false'">
- <xsl:text>[</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="@rule = 'accept'">
- <xsl:text>accept</xsl:text>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <a>
- <xsl:attribute name="href">
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('#rule_', @rule)"/>
- </xsl:attribute>
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('reduce using rule ', @rule)"/>
- </a>
- <xsl:text> (</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of
- select="key('bison:ruleByNumber', current()/@rule)/lhs[text()]"
- />
- <xsl:text>)</xsl:text>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
- <xsl:if test="@enabled = 'false'">
- <xsl:text>]</xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="solved-conflicts">
- <xsl:if test="resolution">
- <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text>
- <xsl:apply-templates select="resolution"/>
- </xsl:if>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template match="resolution">
- <xsl:text> Conflict between </xsl:text>
- <a>
- <xsl:attribute name="href">
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('#rule_', @rule)"/>
- </xsl:attribute>
- <xsl:value-of select="concat('rule ',@rule)"/>
- </a>
- <xsl:text> and token </xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="@symbol"/>
- <xsl:text> resolved as </xsl:text>
- <xsl:if test="@type = 'error'">
- <xsl:text>an </xsl:text>
- </xsl:if>
- <xsl:value-of select="@type"/>
- <xsl:text> (</xsl:text>
- <xsl:value-of select="."/>
- <xsl:text>).&#10;</xsl:text>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="max-width-symbol">
- <xsl:param name="node"/>
- <xsl:variable name="longest">
- <xsl:for-each select="$node">
- <xsl:sort data-type="number" select="string-length(@symbol)"
- order="descending"/>
- <xsl:if test="position() = 1">
- <xsl:value-of select="string-length(@symbol)"/>
- </xsl:if>
- </xsl:for-each>
- </xsl:variable>
- <xsl:value-of select="$longest"/>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="lpad">
- <xsl:param name="str" select="''"/>
- <xsl:param name="pad" select="0"/>
- <xsl:variable name="diff" select="$pad - string-length($str)" />
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="$diff &lt; 0">
- <xsl:value-of select="$str"/>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:call-template name="space">
- <xsl:with-param name="repeat" select="$diff"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:value-of select="$str"/>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="rpad">
- <xsl:param name="str" select="''"/>
- <xsl:param name="pad" select="0"/>
- <xsl:variable name="diff" select="$pad - string-length($str)"/>
- <xsl:choose>
- <xsl:when test="$diff &lt; 0">
- <xsl:value-of select="$str"/>
- </xsl:when>
- <xsl:otherwise>
- <xsl:value-of select="$str"/>
- <xsl:call-template name="space">
- <xsl:with-param name="repeat" select="$diff"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- </xsl:otherwise>
- </xsl:choose>
-</xsl:template>
-
-<xsl:template name="space">
- <xsl:param name="repeat">0</xsl:param>
- <xsl:param name="fill" select="' '"/>
- <xsl:if test="number($repeat) &gt;= 1">
- <xsl:call-template name="space">
- <xsl:with-param name="repeat" select="$repeat - 1"/>
- <xsl:with-param name="fill" select="$fill"/>
- </xsl:call-template>
- <xsl:value-of select="$fill"/>
- </xsl:if>
-</xsl:template>
-
-</xsl:stylesheet>
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/data/yacc.c b/gnuwin32/bin/data/yacc.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 822656b8..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/bin/data/yacc.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1915 +0,0 @@
- -*- C -*-
-# Yacc compatible skeleton for Bison
-
-# Copyright (C) 1984, 1989-1990, 2000-2013 Free Software Foundation,
-# Inc.
-
-m4_pushdef([b4_copyright_years],
- [1984, 1989-1990, 2000-2013])
-
-# 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 3 of the License, 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 program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-# Check the value of %define api.push-pull.
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.push-pull]], [[pull]])
-b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[api.push-pull]],
- [[pull]], [[push]], [[both]]]])
-b4_define_flag_if([pull]) m4_define([b4_pull_flag], [[1]])
-b4_define_flag_if([push]) m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[1]])
-m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[api.push-pull]]),
- [pull], [m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[0]])],
- [push], [m4_define([b4_pull_flag], [[0]])])
-
-# Handle BISON_USE_PUSH_FOR_PULL for the test suite. So that push parsing
-# tests function as written, do not let BISON_USE_PUSH_FOR_PULL modify the
-# behavior of Bison at all when push parsing is already requested.
-b4_define_flag_if([use_push_for_pull])
-b4_use_push_for_pull_if([
- b4_push_if([m4_define([b4_use_push_for_pull_flag], [[0]])],
- [m4_define([b4_push_flag], [[1]])])])
-
-# Check the value of %define parse.lac and friends, where LAC stands for
-# lookahead correction.
-b4_percent_define_default([[parse.lac]], [[none]])
-b4_percent_define_default([[parse.lac.es-capacity-initial]], [[20]])
-b4_percent_define_default([[parse.lac.memory-trace]], [[failures]])
-b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[parse.lac]], [[full]], [[none]]]],
- [[[[parse.lac.memory-trace]],
- [[failures]], [[full]]]])
-b4_define_flag_if([lac])
-m4_define([b4_lac_flag],
- [m4_if(b4_percent_define_get([[parse.lac]]),
- [none], [[0]], [[1]])])
-
-m4_include(b4_pkgdatadir/[c.m4])
-
-## ---------------- ##
-## Default values. ##
-## ---------------- ##
-
-# Stack parameters.
-m4_define_default([b4_stack_depth_max], [10000])
-m4_define_default([b4_stack_depth_init], [200])
-
-
-## ------------------------ ##
-## Pure/impure interfaces. ##
-## ------------------------ ##
-
-b4_percent_define_default([[api.pure]], [[false]])
-b4_percent_define_check_values([[[[api.pure]],
- [[false]], [[true]], [[]], [[full]]]])
-
-m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [[0]])
-m4_case(b4_percent_define_get([[api.pure]]),
- [false], [m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [[0]])],
- [true], [m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [[1]])],
- [], [m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [[1]])],
- [full], [m4_define([b4_pure_flag], [[2]])])
-
-m4_define([b4_pure_if],
-[m4_case(b4_pure_flag,
- [0], [$2],
- [1], [$1],
- [2], [$1])])
- [m4_fatal([invalid api.pure value: ]$1)])])
-
-# b4_yyerror_arg_loc_if(ARG)
-# --------------------------
-# Expand ARG iff yyerror is to be given a location as argument.
-m4_define([b4_yyerror_arg_loc_if],
-[b4_locations_if([m4_case(b4_pure_flag,
- [1], [m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [$1])],
- [2], [$1])])])
-
-# b4_yyerror_args
-# ---------------
-# Arguments passed to yyerror: user args plus yylloc.
-m4_define([b4_yyerror_args],
-[b4_yyerror_arg_loc_if([&yylloc, ])dnl
-m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [b4_args(b4_parse_param), ])])
-
-
-
-## ------------ ##
-## Data Types. ##
-## ------------ ##
-
-# b4_int_type(MIN, MAX)
-# ---------------------
-# Return the smallest int type able to handle numbers ranging from
-# MIN to MAX (included). Overwrite the version from c.m4, which
-# uses only C89 types, so that the user can override the shorter
-# types, and so that pre-C89 compilers are handled correctly.
-m4_define([b4_int_type],
-[m4_if(b4_ints_in($@, [0], [255]), [1], [yytype_uint8],
- b4_ints_in($@, [-128], [127]), [1], [yytype_int8],
-
- b4_ints_in($@, [0], [65535]), [1], [yytype_uint16],
- b4_ints_in($@, [-32768], [32767]), [1], [yytype_int16],
-
- m4_eval([0 <= $1]), [1], [unsigned int],
-
- [int])])
-
-
-## ----------------- ##
-## Semantic Values. ##
-## ----------------- ##
-
-
-# b4_lhs_value([TYPE])
-# --------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_value],
-[b4_symbol_value(yyval, [$1])])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_value(RULE-LENGTH, NUM, [TYPE])
-# --------------------------------------
-# Expansion of $<TYPE>NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH
-# symbols on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_value],
- [b4_symbol_value([yyvsp@{b4_subtract([$2], [$1])@}], [$3])])
-
-
-## ----------- ##
-## Locations. ##
-## ----------- ##
-
-# b4_lhs_location()
-# -----------------
-# Expansion of @$.
-m4_define([b4_lhs_location],
-[(yyloc)])
-
-
-# b4_rhs_location(RULE-LENGTH, NUM)
-# ---------------------------------
-# Expansion of @NUM, where the current rule has RULE-LENGTH symbols
-# on RHS.
-m4_define([b4_rhs_location],
- [(yylsp@{b4_subtract([$2], [$1])@})])
-
-
-## -------------- ##
-## Declarations. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-# b4_declare_scanner_communication_variables
-# ------------------------------------------
-# Declare the variables that are global, or local to YYPARSE if
-# pure-parser.
-m4_define([b4_declare_scanner_communication_variables], [[
-/* The lookahead symbol. */
-int yychar;
-
-]b4_pure_if([[
-/* The semantic value of the lookahead symbol. */
-/* Default value used for initialization, for pacifying older GCCs
- or non-GCC compilers. */
-YY_INITIAL_VALUE (static YYSTYPE yyval_default;)
-YYSTYPE yylval YY_INITIAL_VALUE (= yyval_default);]b4_locations_if([[
-
-/* Location data for the lookahead symbol. */
-static YYLTYPE yyloc_default]b4_yyloc_default[;
-YYLTYPE yylloc = yyloc_default;]])],
-[[/* The semantic value of the lookahead symbol. */
-YYSTYPE yylval;]b4_locations_if([[
-/* Location data for the lookahead symbol. */
-YYLTYPE yylloc]b4_yyloc_default[;]])[
-/* Number of syntax errors so far. */
-int yynerrs;]])])
-
-
-# b4_declare_parser_state_variables
-# ---------------------------------
-# Declare all the variables that are needed to maintain the parser state
-# between calls to yypush_parse.
-m4_define([b4_declare_parser_state_variables], [b4_pure_if([[
- /* Number of syntax errors so far. */
- int yynerrs;
-]])[
- int yystate;
- /* Number of tokens to shift before error messages enabled. */
- int yyerrstatus;
-
- /* The stacks and their tools:
- 'yyss': related to states.
- 'yyvs': related to semantic values.]b4_locations_if([[
- 'yyls': related to locations.]])[
-
- Refer to the stacks through separate pointers, to allow yyoverflow
- to reallocate them elsewhere. */
-
- /* The state stack. */
- yytype_int16 yyssa[YYINITDEPTH];
- yytype_int16 *yyss;
- yytype_int16 *yyssp;
-
- /* The semantic value stack. */
- YYSTYPE yyvsa[YYINITDEPTH];
- YYSTYPE *yyvs;
- YYSTYPE *yyvsp;]b4_locations_if([[
-
- /* The location stack. */
- YYLTYPE yylsa[YYINITDEPTH];
- YYLTYPE *yyls;
- YYLTYPE *yylsp;
-
- /* The locations where the error started and ended. */
- YYLTYPE yyerror_range[3];]])[
-
- YYSIZE_T yystacksize;]b4_lac_if([[
-
- yytype_int16 yyesa@{]b4_percent_define_get([[parse.lac.es-capacity-initial]])[@};
- yytype_int16 *yyes;
- YYSIZE_T yyes_capacity;]])])
-
-
-# b4_declare_yyparse_push_
-# ------------------------
-# Declaration of yyparse (and dependencies) when using the push parser
-# (including in pull mode).
-m4_define([b4_declare_yyparse_push_],
-[[#ifndef YYPUSH_MORE_DEFINED
-# define YYPUSH_MORE_DEFINED
-enum { YYPUSH_MORE = 4 };
-#endif
-
-typedef struct ]b4_prefix[pstate ]b4_prefix[pstate;
-
-]b4_pull_if([b4_function_declare([b4_prefix[parse]], [[int]], b4_parse_param)
-])b4_function_declare([b4_prefix[push_parse]], [[int]],
- [[b4_prefix[pstate *ps]], [[ps]]]b4_pure_if([,
- [[[int pushed_char]], [[pushed_char]]],
- [[b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE const *pushed_val]], [[pushed_val]]]b4_locations_if([,
- [[b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE *pushed_loc]], [[pushed_loc]]]])])m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,
- b4_parse_param]))
-b4_pull_if([b4_function_declare([b4_prefix[pull_parse]], [[int]],
- [[b4_prefix[pstate *ps]], [[ps]]]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,
- b4_parse_param]))])
-b4_function_declare([b4_prefix[pstate_new]], [b4_prefix[pstate *]],
- [[[void]], []])
-b4_function_declare([b4_prefix[pstate_delete]], [[void]],
- [[b4_prefix[pstate *ps]], [[ps]]])dnl
-])
-
-# b4_declare_yyparse_
-# -------------------
-# When not the push parser.
-m4_define([b4_declare_yyparse_],
-[b4_function_declare(b4_prefix[parse], [int], b4_parse_param)])
-
-
-# b4_declare_yyparse
-# ------------------
-m4_define([b4_declare_yyparse],
-[b4_push_if([b4_declare_yyparse_push_],
- [b4_declare_yyparse_])[]dnl
-])
-
-
-# b4_shared_declarations
-# ----------------------
-# Declaration that might either go into the header (if --defines)
-# or open coded in the parser body.
-m4_define([b4_shared_declarations],
-[b4_cpp_guard_open([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_declare_yydebug[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[requires]])[
-]b4_token_enums_defines[
-]b4_declare_yylstype[
-]b4_declare_yyparse[
-]b4_percent_code_get([[provides]])[
-]b4_cpp_guard_close([b4_spec_defines_file])[]dnl
-])
-
-## -------------- ##
-## Output files. ##
-## -------------- ##
-
-b4_output_begin([b4_parser_file_name])
-b4_copyright([Bison implementation for Yacc-like parsers in C])[
-
-/* C LALR(1) parser skeleton written by Richard Stallman, by
- simplifying the original so-called "semantic" parser. */
-
-/* All symbols defined below should begin with yy or YY, to avoid
- infringing on user name space. This should be done even for local
- variables, as they might otherwise be expanded by user macros.
- There are some unavoidable exceptions within include files to
- define necessary library symbols; they are noted "INFRINGES ON
- USER NAME SPACE" below. */
-
-]b4_identification
-b4_percent_code_get([[top]])[]dnl
-m4_if(b4_api_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the type names. */
-#define YYSTYPE ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE]b4_locations_if([[
-#define YYLTYPE ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE]])])[
-]m4_if(b4_prefix, [yy], [],
-[[/* Substitute the variable and function names. */]b4_pull_if([[
-#define yyparse ]b4_prefix[parse]])b4_push_if([[
-#define yypush_parse ]b4_prefix[push_parse]b4_pull_if([[
-#define yypull_parse ]b4_prefix[pull_parse]])[
-#define yypstate_new ]b4_prefix[pstate_new
-#define yypstate_delete ]b4_prefix[pstate_delete
-#define yypstate ]b4_prefix[pstate]])[
-#define yylex ]b4_prefix[lex
-#define yyerror ]b4_prefix[error
-#define yydebug ]b4_prefix[debug
-#define yynerrs ]b4_prefix[nerrs
-]]b4_pure_if([], [[
-#define yylval ]b4_prefix[lval
-#define yychar ]b4_prefix[char]b4_locations_if([[
-#define yylloc ]b4_prefix[lloc]])]))[
-
-/* Copy the first part of user declarations. */
-]b4_user_pre_prologue[
-
-]b4_null_define[
-
-/* Enabling verbose error messages. */
-#ifdef YYERROR_VERBOSE
-# undef YYERROR_VERBOSE
-# define YYERROR_VERBOSE 1
-#else
-# define YYERROR_VERBOSE ]b4_error_verbose_if([1], [0])[
-#endif
-
-]m4_ifval(m4_quote(b4_spec_defines_file),
-[[/* In a future release of Bison, this section will be replaced
- by #include "@basename(]b4_spec_defines_file[@)". */
-]])dnl
-b4_shared_declarations[
-
-/* Copy the second part of user declarations. */
-]b4_user_post_prologue
-b4_percent_code_get[]dnl
-
-[#ifdef short
-# undef short
-#endif
-
-#ifdef YYTYPE_UINT8
-typedef YYTYPE_UINT8 yytype_uint8;
-#else
-typedef unsigned char yytype_uint8;
-#endif
-
-#ifdef YYTYPE_INT8
-typedef YYTYPE_INT8 yytype_int8;
-#else
-typedef signed char yytype_int8;
-#endif
-
-#ifdef YYTYPE_UINT16
-typedef YYTYPE_UINT16 yytype_uint16;
-#else
-typedef unsigned short int yytype_uint16;
-#endif
-
-#ifdef YYTYPE_INT16
-typedef YYTYPE_INT16 yytype_int16;
-#else
-typedef short int yytype_int16;
-#endif
-
-#ifndef YYSIZE_T
-# ifdef __SIZE_TYPE__
-# define YYSIZE_T __SIZE_TYPE__
-# elif defined size_t
-# define YYSIZE_T size_t
-# elif ! defined YYSIZE_T
-# include <stddef.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# define YYSIZE_T size_t
-# else
-# define YYSIZE_T unsigned int
-# endif
-#endif
-
-#define YYSIZE_MAXIMUM ((YYSIZE_T) -1)
-
-#ifndef YY_
-# if defined YYENABLE_NLS && YYENABLE_NLS
-# if ENABLE_NLS
-# include <libintl.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# define YY_(Msgid) dgettext ("bison-runtime", Msgid)
-# endif
-# endif
-# ifndef YY_
-# define YY_(Msgid) Msgid
-# endif
-#endif
-
-]b4_attribute_define[
-
-#if ]b4_lac_if([[1]], [[! defined yyoverflow || YYERROR_VERBOSE]])[
-
-/* The parser invokes alloca or malloc; define the necessary symbols. */]dnl
-b4_push_if([], [b4_lac_if([], [[
-
-# ifdef YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA
-# if YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA
-# ifdef __GNUC__
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC __builtin_alloca
-# elif defined __BUILTIN_VA_ARG_INCR
-# include <alloca.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# elif defined _AIX
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC __alloca
-# elif defined _MSC_VER
-# include <malloc.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# define alloca _alloca
-# else
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC alloca
-# if ! defined _ALLOCA_H && ! defined EXIT_SUCCESS
-# include <stdlib.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
- /* Use EXIT_SUCCESS as a witness for stdlib.h. */
-# ifndef EXIT_SUCCESS
-# define EXIT_SUCCESS 0
-# endif
-# endif
-# endif
-# endif
-# endif]])])[
-
-# ifdef YYSTACK_ALLOC
- /* Pacify GCC's 'empty if-body' warning. */
-# define YYSTACK_FREE(Ptr) do { /* empty */; } while (0)
-# ifndef YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM
- /* The OS might guarantee only one guard page at the bottom of the stack,
- and a page size can be as small as 4096 bytes. So we cannot safely
- invoke alloca (N) if N exceeds 4096. Use a slightly smaller number
- to allow for a few compiler-allocated temporary stack slots. */
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM 4032 /* reasonable circa 2006 */
-# endif
-# else
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC YYMALLOC
-# define YYSTACK_FREE YYFREE
-# ifndef YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM
-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM YYSIZE_MAXIMUM
-# endif
-# if (defined __cplusplus && ! defined EXIT_SUCCESS \
- && ! ((defined YYMALLOC || defined malloc) \
- && (defined YYFREE || defined free)))
-# include <stdlib.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# ifndef EXIT_SUCCESS
-# define EXIT_SUCCESS 0
-# endif
-# endif
-# ifndef YYMALLOC
-# define YYMALLOC malloc
-# if ! defined malloc && ! defined EXIT_SUCCESS
-void *malloc (YYSIZE_T); /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# endif
-# endif
-# ifndef YYFREE
-# define YYFREE free
-# if ! defined free && ! defined EXIT_SUCCESS
-void free (void *); /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# endif
-# endif
-# endif]b4_lac_if([[
-# define YYCOPY_NEEDED 1]])[
-#endif]b4_lac_if([], [[ /* ! defined yyoverflow || YYERROR_VERBOSE */]])[
-
-
-#if (! defined yyoverflow \
- && (! defined __cplusplus \
- || (]b4_locations_if([[defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL && ]b4_api_PREFIX[LTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL \
- && ]])[defined ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_TRIVIAL && ]b4_api_PREFIX[STYPE_IS_TRIVIAL)))
-
-/* A type that is properly aligned for any stack member. */
-union yyalloc
-{
- yytype_int16 yyss_alloc;
- YYSTYPE yyvs_alloc;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE yyls_alloc;])[
-};
-
-/* The size of the maximum gap between one aligned stack and the next. */
-# define YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM (sizeof (union yyalloc) - 1)
-
-/* The size of an array large to enough to hold all stacks, each with
- N elements. */
-]b4_locations_if(
-[# define YYSTACK_BYTES(N) \
- ((N) * (sizeof (yytype_int16) + sizeof (YYSTYPE) + sizeof (YYLTYPE)) \
- + 2 * YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM)],
-[# define YYSTACK_BYTES(N) \
- ((N) * (sizeof (yytype_int16) + sizeof (YYSTYPE)) \
- + YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM)])[
-
-# define YYCOPY_NEEDED 1
-
-/* Relocate STACK from its old location to the new one. The
- local variables YYSIZE and YYSTACKSIZE give the old and new number of
- elements in the stack, and YYPTR gives the new location of the
- stack. Advance YYPTR to a properly aligned location for the next
- stack. */
-# define YYSTACK_RELOCATE(Stack_alloc, Stack) \
- do \
- { \
- YYSIZE_T yynewbytes; \
- YYCOPY (&yyptr->Stack_alloc, Stack, yysize); \
- Stack = &yyptr->Stack_alloc; \
- yynewbytes = yystacksize * sizeof (*Stack) + YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM; \
- yyptr += yynewbytes / sizeof (*yyptr); \
- } \
- while (0)
-
-#endif
-
-#if defined YYCOPY_NEEDED && YYCOPY_NEEDED
-/* Copy COUNT objects from SRC to DST. The source and destination do
- not overlap. */
-# ifndef YYCOPY
-# if defined __GNUC__ && 1 < __GNUC__
-# define YYCOPY(Dst, Src, Count) \
- __builtin_memcpy (Dst, Src, (Count) * sizeof (*(Src)))
-# else
-# define YYCOPY(Dst, Src, Count) \
- do \
- { \
- YYSIZE_T yyi; \
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < (Count); yyi++) \
- (Dst)[yyi] = (Src)[yyi]; \
- } \
- while (0)
-# endif
-# endif
-#endif /* !YYCOPY_NEEDED */
-
-/* YYFINAL -- State number of the termination state. */
-#define YYFINAL ]b4_final_state_number[
-/* YYLAST -- Last index in YYTABLE. */
-#define YYLAST ]b4_last[
-
-/* YYNTOKENS -- Number of terminals. */
-#define YYNTOKENS ]b4_tokens_number[
-/* YYNNTS -- Number of nonterminals. */
-#define YYNNTS ]b4_nterms_number[
-/* YYNRULES -- Number of rules. */
-#define YYNRULES ]b4_rules_number[
-/* YYNSTATES -- Number of states. */
-#define YYNSTATES ]b4_states_number[
-
-/* YYTRANSLATE[YYX] -- Symbol number corresponding to YYX as returned
- by yylex, with out-of-bounds checking. */
-#define YYUNDEFTOK ]b4_undef_token_number[
-#define YYMAXUTOK ]b4_user_token_number_max[
-
-#define YYTRANSLATE(YYX) \
- ((unsigned int) (YYX) <= YYMAXUTOK ? yytranslate[YYX] : YYUNDEFTOK)
-
-/* YYTRANSLATE[TOKEN-NUM] -- Symbol number corresponding to TOKEN-NUM
- as returned by yylex, without out-of-bounds checking. */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_translate])[ yytranslate[] =
-{
- ]b4_translate[
-};
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-]b4_integral_parser_table_define([rline], [b4_rline],
- [[YYRLINE[YYN] -- Source line where rule number YYN was defined.]])[
-#endif
-
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG || YYERROR_VERBOSE || ]b4_token_table_flag[
-/* YYTNAME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
- First, the terminals, then, starting at YYNTOKENS, nonterminals. */
-static const char *const yytname[] =
-{
- ]b4_tname[
-};
-#endif
-
-# ifdef YYPRINT
-/* YYTOKNUM[NUM] -- (External) token number corresponding to the
- (internal) symbol number NUM (which must be that of a token). */
-static const ]b4_int_type_for([b4_toknum])[ yytoknum[] =
-{
- ]b4_toknum[
-};
-# endif
-
-#define YYPACT_NINF ]b4_pact_ninf[
-
-#define yypact_value_is_default(Yystate) \
- ]b4_table_value_equals([[pact]], [[Yystate]], [b4_pact_ninf])[
-
-#define YYTABLE_NINF ]b4_table_ninf[
-
-#define yytable_value_is_error(Yytable_value) \
- ]b4_table_value_equals([[table]], [[Yytable_value]], [b4_table_ninf])[
-
-]b4_parser_tables_define[
-
-#define yyerrok (yyerrstatus = 0)
-#define yyclearin (yychar = YYEMPTY)
-#define YYEMPTY (-2)
-#define YYEOF 0
-
-#define YYACCEPT goto yyacceptlab
-#define YYABORT goto yyabortlab
-#define YYERROR goto yyerrorlab
-
-
-#define YYRECOVERING() (!!yyerrstatus)
-
-#define YYBACKUP(Token, Value) \
-do \
- if (yychar == YYEMPTY) \
- { \
- yychar = (Token); \
- yylval = (Value); \
- YYPOPSTACK (yylen); \
- yystate = *yyssp; \]b4_lac_if([[
- YY_LAC_DISCARD ("YYBACKUP"); \]])[
- goto yybackup; \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("syntax error: cannot back up")); \
- YYERROR; \
- } \
-while (0)
-
-/* Error token number */
-#define YYTERROR 1
-#define YYERRCODE 256
-
-]b4_locations_if([[
-]b4_yylloc_default_define[
-#define YYRHSLOC(Rhs, K) ((Rhs)[K])
-]])[
-
-/* Enable debugging if requested. */
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-
-# ifndef YYFPRINTF
-# include <stdio.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
-# define YYFPRINTF fprintf
-# endif
-
-# define YYDPRINTF(Args) \
-do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- YYFPRINTF Args; \
-} while (0)
-
-]b4_yy_location_print_define[
-
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location) \
-do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- { \
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s ", Title); \
- yy_symbol_print (stderr, \
- Type, Value]b4_locations_if([, Location])[]b4_user_args[); \
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n"); \
- } \
-} while (0)
-
-]b4_yy_symbol_print_define[
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------------.
-| yy_stack_print -- Print the state stack from its BOTTOM up to its |
-| TOP (included). |
-`------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yy_stack_print], [static void],
- [[yytype_int16 *yybottom], [yybottom]],
- [[yytype_int16 *yytop], [yytop]])[
-{
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Stack now");
- for (; yybottom <= yytop; yybottom++)
- {
- int yybot = *yybottom;
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, " %d", yybot);
- }
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
-}
-
-# define YY_STACK_PRINT(Bottom, Top) \
-do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- yy_stack_print ((Bottom), (Top)); \
-} while (0)
-
-
-/*------------------------------------------------.
-| Report that the YYRULE is going to be reduced. |
-`------------------------------------------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yy_reduce_print], [static void],
- [[yytype_int16 *yyssp], [yyssp]],
- [[YYSTYPE *yyvsp], [yyvsp]],
- b4_locations_if([[[YYLTYPE *yylsp], [yylsp]],
- ])[[int yyrule], [yyrule]]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,
- b4_parse_param]))[
-{
- unsigned long int yylno = yyrline[yyrule];
- int yynrhs = yyr2[yyrule];
- int yyi;
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Reducing stack by rule %d (line %lu):\n",
- yyrule - 1, yylno);
- /* The symbols being reduced. */
- for (yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi++)
- {
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, " $%d = ", yyi + 1);
- yy_symbol_print (stderr,
- yystos[yyssp[yyi + 1 - yynrhs]],
- &]b4_rhs_value(yynrhs, yyi + 1)[
- ]b4_locations_if([, &]b4_rhs_location(yynrhs, yyi + 1))[]dnl
- b4_user_args[);
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
- }
-}
-
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule) \
-do { \
- if (yydebug) \
- yy_reduce_print (yyssp, yyvsp, ]b4_locations_if([yylsp, ])[Rule]b4_user_args[); \
-} while (0)
-
-/* Nonzero means print parse trace. It is left uninitialized so that
- multiple parsers can coexist. */
-int yydebug;
-#else /* !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG */
-# define YYDPRINTF(Args)
-# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location)
-# define YY_STACK_PRINT(Bottom, Top)
-# define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule)
-#endif /* !]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG */
-
-
-/* YYINITDEPTH -- initial size of the parser's stacks. */
-#ifndef YYINITDEPTH
-# define YYINITDEPTH ]b4_stack_depth_init[
-#endif
-
-/* YYMAXDEPTH -- maximum size the stacks can grow to (effective only
- if the built-in stack extension method is used).
-
- Do not make this value too large; the results are undefined if
- YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM < YYSTACK_BYTES (YYMAXDEPTH)
- evaluated with infinite-precision integer arithmetic. */
-
-#ifndef YYMAXDEPTH
-# define YYMAXDEPTH ]b4_stack_depth_max[
-#endif]b4_lac_if([[
-
-/* Given a state stack such that *YYBOTTOM is its bottom, such that
- *YYTOP is either its top or is YYTOP_EMPTY to indicate an empty
- stack, and such that *YYCAPACITY is the maximum number of elements it
- can hold without a reallocation, make sure there is enough room to
- store YYADD more elements. If not, allocate a new stack using
- YYSTACK_ALLOC, copy the existing elements, and adjust *YYBOTTOM,
- *YYTOP, and *YYCAPACITY to reflect the new capacity and memory
- location. If *YYBOTTOM != YYBOTTOM_NO_FREE, then free the old stack
- using YYSTACK_FREE. Return 0 if successful or if no reallocation is
- required. Return 1 if memory is exhausted. */
-static int
-yy_lac_stack_realloc (YYSIZE_T *yycapacity, YYSIZE_T yyadd,
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- char const *yydebug_prefix,
- char const *yydebug_suffix,
-#endif
- yytype_int16 **yybottom,
- yytype_int16 *yybottom_no_free,
- yytype_int16 **yytop, yytype_int16 *yytop_empty)
-{
- YYSIZE_T yysize_old =
- *yytop == yytop_empty ? 0 : *yytop - *yybottom + 1;
- YYSIZE_T yysize_new = yysize_old + yyadd;
- if (*yycapacity < yysize_new)
- {
- YYSIZE_T yyalloc = 2 * yysize_new;
- yytype_int16 *yybottom_new;
- /* Use YYMAXDEPTH for maximum stack size given that the stack
- should never need to grow larger than the main state stack
- needs to grow without LAC. */
- if (YYMAXDEPTH < yysize_new)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "%smax size exceeded%s", yydebug_prefix,
- yydebug_suffix));
- return 1;
- }
- if (YYMAXDEPTH < yyalloc)
- yyalloc = YYMAXDEPTH;
- yybottom_new =
- (yytype_int16*) YYSTACK_ALLOC (yyalloc * sizeof *yybottom_new);
- if (!yybottom_new)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "%srealloc failed%s", yydebug_prefix,
- yydebug_suffix));
- return 1;
- }
- if (*yytop != yytop_empty)
- {
- YYCOPY (yybottom_new, *yybottom, yysize_old);
- *yytop = yybottom_new + (yysize_old - 1);
- }
- if (*yybottom != yybottom_no_free)
- YYSTACK_FREE (*yybottom);
- *yybottom = yybottom_new;
- *yycapacity = yyalloc;]m4_if(b4_percent_define_get([[parse.lac.memory-trace]]),
- [full], [[
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "%srealloc to %lu%s", yydebug_prefix,
- (unsigned long int) yyalloc, yydebug_suffix));]])[
- }
- return 0;
-}
-
-/* Establish the initial context for the current lookahead if no initial
- context is currently established.
-
- We define a context as a snapshot of the parser stacks. We define
- the initial context for a lookahead as the context in which the
- parser initially examines that lookahead in order to select a
- syntactic action. Thus, if the lookahead eventually proves
- syntactically unacceptable (possibly in a later context reached via a
- series of reductions), the initial context can be used to determine
- the exact set of tokens that would be syntactically acceptable in the
- lookahead's place. Moreover, it is the context after which any
- further semantic actions would be erroneous because they would be
- determined by a syntactically unacceptable token.
-
- YY_LAC_ESTABLISH should be invoked when a reduction is about to be
- performed in an inconsistent state (which, for the purposes of LAC,
- includes consistent states that don't know they're consistent because
- their default reductions have been disabled). Iff there is a
- lookahead token, it should also be invoked before reporting a syntax
- error. This latter case is for the sake of the debugging output.
-
- For parse.lac=full, the implementation of YY_LAC_ESTABLISH is as
- follows. If no initial context is currently established for the
- current lookahead, then check if that lookahead can eventually be
- shifted if syntactic actions continue from the current context.
- Report a syntax error if it cannot. */
-#define YY_LAC_ESTABLISH \
-do { \
- if (!yy_lac_established) \
- { \
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, \
- "LAC: initial context established for %s\n", \
- yytname[yytoken])); \
- yy_lac_established = 1; \
- { \
- int yy_lac_status = \
- yy_lac (yyesa, &yyes, &yyes_capacity, yyssp, yytoken); \
- if (yy_lac_status == 2) \
- goto yyexhaustedlab; \
- if (yy_lac_status == 1) \
- goto yyerrlab; \
- } \
- } \
-} while (0)
-
-/* Discard any previous initial lookahead context because of Event,
- which may be a lookahead change or an invalidation of the currently
- established initial context for the current lookahead.
-
- The most common example of a lookahead change is a shift. An example
- of both cases is syntax error recovery. That is, a syntax error
- occurs when the lookahead is syntactically erroneous for the
- currently established initial context, so error recovery manipulates
- the parser stacks to try to find a new initial context in which the
- current lookahead is syntactically acceptable. If it fails to find
- such a context, it discards the lookahead. */
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
-# define YY_LAC_DISCARD(Event) \
-do { \
- if (yy_lac_established) \
- { \
- if (yydebug) \
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "LAC: initial context discarded due to " \
- Event "\n"); \
- yy_lac_established = 0; \
- } \
-} while (0)
-#else
-# define YY_LAC_DISCARD(Event) yy_lac_established = 0
-#endif
-
-/* Given the stack whose top is *YYSSP, return 0 iff YYTOKEN can
- eventually (after perhaps some reductions) be shifted, return 1 if
- not, or return 2 if memory is exhausted. As preconditions and
- postconditions: *YYES_CAPACITY is the allocated size of the array to
- which *YYES points, and either *YYES = YYESA or *YYES points to an
- array allocated with YYSTACK_ALLOC. yy_lac may overwrite the
- contents of either array, alter *YYES and *YYES_CAPACITY, and free
- any old *YYES other than YYESA. */
-static int
-yy_lac (yytype_int16 *yyesa, yytype_int16 **yyes,
- YYSIZE_T *yyes_capacity, yytype_int16 *yyssp, int yytoken)
-{
- yytype_int16 *yyes_prev = yyssp;
- yytype_int16 *yyesp = yyes_prev;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "LAC: checking lookahead %s:", yytname[yytoken]));
- if (yytoken == YYUNDEFTOK)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " Always Err\n"));
- return 1;
- }
- while (1)
- {
- int yyrule = yypact[*yyesp];
- if (yypact_value_is_default (yyrule)
- || (yyrule += yytoken) < 0 || YYLAST < yyrule
- || yycheck[yyrule] != yytoken)
- {
- yyrule = yydefact[*yyesp];
- if (yyrule == 0)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " Err\n"));
- return 1;
- }
- }
- else
- {
- yyrule = yytable[yyrule];
- if (yytable_value_is_error (yyrule))
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " Err\n"));
- return 1;
- }
- if (0 < yyrule)
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " S%d\n", yyrule));
- return 0;
- }
- yyrule = -yyrule;
- }
- {
- YYSIZE_T yylen = yyr2[yyrule];
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " R%d", yyrule - 1));
- if (yyesp != yyes_prev)
- {
- YYSIZE_T yysize = yyesp - *yyes + 1;
- if (yylen < yysize)
- {
- yyesp -= yylen;
- yylen = 0;
- }
- else
- {
- yylen -= yysize;
- yyesp = yyes_prev;
- }
- }
- if (yylen)
- yyesp = yyes_prev -= yylen;
- }
- {
- int yystate;
- {
- int yylhs = yyr1[yyrule] - YYNTOKENS;
- yystate = yypgoto[yylhs] + *yyesp;
- if (yystate < 0 || YYLAST < yystate
- || yycheck[yystate] != *yyesp)
- yystate = yydefgoto[yylhs];
- else
- yystate = yytable[yystate];
- }
- if (yyesp == yyes_prev)
- {
- yyesp = *yyes;
- *yyesp = yystate;
- }
- else
- {
- if (yy_lac_stack_realloc (yyes_capacity, 1,
-#if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- " (", ")",
-#endif
- yyes, yyesa, &yyesp, yyes_prev))
- {
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "\n"));
- return 2;
- }
- *++yyesp = yystate;
- }
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, " G%d", yystate));
- }
- }
-}]])[
-
-
-#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
-
-# ifndef yystrlen
-# if defined __GLIBC__ && defined _STRING_H
-# define yystrlen strlen
-# else
-/* Return the length of YYSTR. */
-]b4_function_define([yystrlen], [static YYSIZE_T],
- [[const char *yystr], [yystr]])[
-{
- YYSIZE_T yylen;
- for (yylen = 0; yystr[yylen]; yylen++)
- continue;
- return yylen;
-}
-# endif
-# endif
-
-# ifndef yystpcpy
-# if defined __GLIBC__ && defined _STRING_H && defined _GNU_SOURCE
-# define yystpcpy stpcpy
-# else
-/* Copy YYSRC to YYDEST, returning the address of the terminating '\0' in
- YYDEST. */
-]b4_function_define([yystpcpy], [static char *],
- [[char *yydest], [yydest]], [[const char *yysrc], [yysrc]])[
-{
- char *yyd = yydest;
- const char *yys = yysrc;
-
- while ((*yyd++ = *yys++) != '\0')
- continue;
-
- return yyd - 1;
-}
-# endif
-# endif
-
-# ifndef yytnamerr
-/* Copy to YYRES the contents of YYSTR after stripping away unnecessary
- quotes and backslashes, so that it's suitable for yyerror. The
- heuristic is that double-quoting is unnecessary unless the string
- contains an apostrophe, a comma, or backslash (other than
- backslash-backslash). YYSTR is taken from yytname. If YYRES is
- null, do not copy; instead, return the length of what the result
- would have been. */
-static YYSIZE_T
-yytnamerr (char *yyres, const char *yystr)
-{
- if (*yystr == '"')
- {
- YYSIZE_T yyn = 0;
- char const *yyp = yystr;
-
- for (;;)
- switch (*++yyp)
- {
- case '\'':
- case ',':
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
-
- case '\\':
- if (*++yyp != '\\')
- goto do_not_strip_quotes;
- /* Fall through. */
- default:
- if (yyres)
- yyres[yyn] = *yyp;
- yyn++;
- break;
-
- case '"':
- if (yyres)
- yyres[yyn] = '\0';
- return yyn;
- }
- do_not_strip_quotes: ;
- }
-
- if (! yyres)
- return yystrlen (yystr);
-
- return yystpcpy (yyres, yystr) - yyres;
-}
-# endif
-
-/* Copy into *YYMSG, which is of size *YYMSG_ALLOC, an error message
- about the unexpected token YYTOKEN for the state stack whose top is
- YYSSP.]b4_lac_if([[ In order to see if a particular token T is a
- valid looakhead, invoke yy_lac (YYESA, YYES, YYES_CAPACITY, YYSSP, T).]])[
-
- Return 0 if *YYMSG was successfully written. Return 1 if *YYMSG is
- not large enough to hold the message. In that case, also set
- *YYMSG_ALLOC to the required number of bytes. Return 2 if the
- required number of bytes is too large to store]b4_lac_if([[ or if
- yy_lac returned 2]])[. */
-static int
-yysyntax_error (YYSIZE_T *yymsg_alloc, char **yymsg,
- ]b4_lac_if([[yytype_int16 *yyesa, yytype_int16 **yyes,
- YYSIZE_T *yyes_capacity, ]])[yytype_int16 *yyssp, int yytoken)
-{
- YYSIZE_T yysize0 = yytnamerr (YY_NULL, yytname[yytoken]);
- YYSIZE_T yysize = yysize0;
- enum { YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM = 5 };
- /* Internationalized format string. */
- const char *yyformat = YY_NULL;
- /* Arguments of yyformat. */
- char const *yyarg[YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM];
- /* Number of reported tokens (one for the "unexpected", one per
- "expected"). */
- int yycount = 0;
-
- /* There are many possibilities here to consider:
- - If this state is a consistent state with a default action, then
- the only way this function was invoked is if the default action
- is an error action. In that case, don't check for expected
- tokens because there are none.
- - The only way there can be no lookahead present (in yychar) is if
- this state is a consistent state with a default action. Thus,
- detecting the absence of a lookahead is sufficient to determine
- that there is no unexpected or expected token to report. In that
- case, just report a simple "syntax error".
- - Don't assume there isn't a lookahead just because this state is a
- consistent state with a default action. There might have been a
- previous inconsistent state, consistent state with a non-default
- action, or user semantic action that manipulated yychar.]b4_lac_if([[
- In the first two cases, it might appear that the current syntax
- error should have been detected in the previous state when yy_lac
- was invoked. However, at that time, there might have been a
- different syntax error that discarded a different initial context
- during error recovery, leaving behind the current lookahead.]], [[
- - Of course, the expected token list depends on states to have
- correct lookahead information, and it depends on the parser not
- to perform extra reductions after fetching a lookahead from the
- scanner and before detecting a syntax error. Thus, state merging
- (from LALR or IELR) and default reductions corrupt the expected
- token list. However, the list is correct for canonical LR with
- one exception: it will still contain any token that will not be
- accepted due to an error action in a later state.]])[
- */
- if (yytoken != YYEMPTY)
- {
- int yyn = yypact[*yyssp];]b4_lac_if([[
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Constructing syntax error message\n"));]])[
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytname[yytoken];
- if (!yypact_value_is_default (yyn))
- {]b4_lac_if([], [[
- /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative indexes in
- YYCHECK. In other words, skip the first -YYN actions for
- this state because they are default actions. */
- int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
- /* Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname. */
- int yychecklim = YYLAST - yyn + 1;
- int yyxend = yychecklim < YYNTOKENS ? yychecklim : YYNTOKENS;]])[
- int yyx;]b4_lac_if([[
-
- for (yyx = 0; yyx < YYNTOKENS; ++yyx)
- if (yyx != YYTERROR && yyx != YYUNDEFTOK)
- {
- {
- int yy_lac_status = yy_lac (yyesa, yyes, yyes_capacity,
- yyssp, yyx);
- if (yy_lac_status == 2)
- return 2;
- if (yy_lac_status == 1)
- continue;
- }]], [[
-
- for (yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
- if (yycheck[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != YYTERROR
- && !yytable_value_is_error (yytable[yyx + yyn]))
- {]])[
- if (yycount == YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM)
- {
- yycount = 1;
- yysize = yysize0;
- break;
- }
- yyarg[yycount++] = yytname[yyx];
- {
- YYSIZE_T yysize1 = yysize + yytnamerr (YY_NULL, yytname[yyx]);
- if (! (yysize <= yysize1
- && yysize1 <= YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM))
- return 2;
- yysize = yysize1;
- }
- }
- }]b4_lac_if([[
-# if ]b4_api_PREFIX[DEBUG
- else if (yydebug)
- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "No expected tokens.\n");
-# endif]])[
- }
-
- switch (yycount)
- {
-# define YYCASE_(N, S) \
- case N: \
- yyformat = S; \
- break
- YYCASE_(0, YY_("syntax error"));
- YYCASE_(1, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s"));
- YYCASE_(2, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s"));
- YYCASE_(3, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(4, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s"));
- YYCASE_(5, YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s or %s"));
-# undef YYCASE_
- }
-
- {
- YYSIZE_T yysize1 = yysize + yystrlen (yyformat);
- if (! (yysize <= yysize1 && yysize1 <= YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM))
- return 2;
- yysize = yysize1;
- }
-
- if (*yymsg_alloc < yysize)
- {
- *yymsg_alloc = 2 * yysize;
- if (! (yysize <= *yymsg_alloc
- && *yymsg_alloc <= YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM))
- *yymsg_alloc = YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM;
- return 1;
- }
-
- /* Avoid sprintf, as that infringes on the user's name space.
- Don't have undefined behavior even if the translation
- produced a string with the wrong number of "%s"s. */
- {
- char *yyp = *yymsg;
- int yyi = 0;
- while ((*yyp = *yyformat) != '\0')
- if (*yyp == '%' && yyformat[1] == 's' && yyi < yycount)
- {
- yyp += yytnamerr (yyp, yyarg[yyi++]);
- yyformat += 2;
- }
- else
- {
- yyp++;
- yyformat++;
- }
- }
- return 0;
-}
-#endif /* YYERROR_VERBOSE */
-
-]b4_yydestruct_define[
-
-]b4_pure_if([], [
-
-b4_declare_scanner_communication_variables])[]b4_push_if([[
-
-struct yypstate
- {]b4_declare_parser_state_variables[
- /* Used to determine if this is the first time this instance has
- been used. */
- int yynew;
- };]b4_pure_if([], [[
-
-static char yypstate_allocated = 0;]])b4_pull_if([
-
-b4_function_define([[yyparse]], [[int]], b4_parse_param)[
-{
- return yypull_parse (YY_NULL]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param],
- [[, ]b4_args(b4_parse_param)])[);
-}
-
-]b4_function_define([[yypull_parse]], [[int]],
- [[[yypstate *yyps]], [[yyps]]]m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,
- b4_parse_param]))[
-{
- int yystatus;
- yypstate *yyps_local;]b4_pure_if([[
- int yychar;
- YYSTYPE yylval;]b4_locations_if([[
- static YYLTYPE yyloc_default][]b4_yyloc_default[;
- YYLTYPE yylloc = yyloc_default;]])])[
- if (yyps)
- yyps_local = yyps;
- else
- {
- yyps_local = yypstate_new ();
- if (!yyps_local)
- {]b4_pure_if([[
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("memory exhausted"));]], [[
- if (!yypstate_allocated)
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("memory exhausted"));]])[
- return 2;
- }
- }
- do {
- yychar = ]b4_lex[;
- yystatus =
- yypush_parse (yyps_local]b4_pure_if([[, yychar, &yylval]b4_locations_if([[, &yylloc]])])m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [, b4_args(b4_parse_param)])[);
- } while (yystatus == YYPUSH_MORE);
- if (!yyps)
- yypstate_delete (yyps_local);
- return yystatus;
-}]])[
-
-/* Initialize the parser data structure. */
-]b4_function_define([[yypstate_new]], [[yypstate *]])[
-{
- yypstate *yyps;]b4_pure_if([], [[
- if (yypstate_allocated)
- return YY_NULL;]])[
- yyps = (yypstate *) malloc (sizeof *yyps);
- if (!yyps)
- return YY_NULL;
- yyps->yynew = 1;]b4_pure_if([], [[
- yypstate_allocated = 1;]])[
- return yyps;
-}
-
-]b4_function_define([[yypstate_delete]], [[void]],
- [[[yypstate *yyps]], [[yyps]]])[
-{
-#ifndef yyoverflow
- /* If the stack was reallocated but the parse did not complete, then the
- stack still needs to be freed. */
- if (!yyps->yynew && yyps->yyss != yyps->yyssa)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yyps->yyss);
-#endif]b4_lac_if([[
- if (!yyps->yynew && yyps->yyes != yyps->yyesa)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yyps->yyes);]])[
- free (yyps);]b4_pure_if([], [[
- yypstate_allocated = 0;]])[
-}
-]b4_pure_if([[
-#define ]b4_prefix[nerrs yyps->]b4_prefix[nerrs]])[
-#define yystate yyps->yystate
-#define yyerrstatus yyps->yyerrstatus
-#define yyssa yyps->yyssa
-#define yyss yyps->yyss
-#define yyssp yyps->yyssp
-#define yyvsa yyps->yyvsa
-#define yyvs yyps->yyvs
-#define yyvsp yyps->yyvsp]b4_locations_if([[
-#define yylsa yyps->yylsa
-#define yyls yyps->yyls
-#define yylsp yyps->yylsp
-#define yyerror_range yyps->yyerror_range]])[
-#define yystacksize yyps->yystacksize]b4_lac_if([[
-#define yyesa yyps->yyesa
-#define yyes yyps->yyes
-#define yyes_capacity yyps->yyes_capacity]])[
-
-
-/*---------------.
-| yypush_parse. |
-`---------------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([[yypush_parse]], [[int]],
- [[[yypstate *yyps]], [[yyps]]]b4_pure_if([,
- [[[int yypushed_char]], [[yypushed_char]]],
- [[[YYSTYPE const *yypushed_val]], [[yypushed_val]]]b4_locations_if([,
- [[[YYLTYPE *yypushed_loc]], [[yypushed_loc]]]])])m4_ifset([b4_parse_param], [,
- b4_parse_param]))], [[
-
-
-/*----------.
-| yyparse. |
-`----------*/
-
-]b4_function_define([yyparse], [int], b4_parse_param)])[
-{]b4_pure_if([b4_declare_scanner_communication_variables
-])b4_push_if([b4_pure_if([], [[
- int yypushed_char = yychar;
- YYSTYPE yypushed_val = yylval;]b4_locations_if([[
- YYLTYPE yypushed_loc = yylloc;]])
-])],
- [b4_declare_parser_state_variables
-])b4_lac_if([[
- int yy_lac_established = 0;]])[
- int yyn;
- int yyresult;
- /* Lookahead token as an internal (translated) token number. */
- int yytoken = 0;
- /* The variables used to return semantic value and location from the
- action routines. */
- YYSTYPE yyval;]b4_locations_if([[
- YYLTYPE yyloc;]])[
-
-#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
- /* Buffer for error messages, and its allocated size. */
- char yymsgbuf[128];
- char *yymsg = yymsgbuf;
- YYSIZE_T yymsg_alloc = sizeof yymsgbuf;
-#endif
-
-#define YYPOPSTACK(N) (yyvsp -= (N), yyssp -= (N)]b4_locations_if([, yylsp -= (N)])[)
-
- /* The number of symbols on the RHS of the reduced rule.
- Keep to zero when no symbol should be popped. */
- int yylen = 0;]b4_push_if([[
-
- if (!yyps->yynew)
- {
- yyn = yypact[yystate];
- goto yyread_pushed_token;
- }]])[
-
- yyssp = yyss = yyssa;
- yyvsp = yyvs = yyvsa;]b4_locations_if([[
- yylsp = yyls = yylsa;]])[
- yystacksize = YYINITDEPTH;]b4_lac_if([[
-
- yyes = yyesa;
- yyes_capacity = sizeof yyesa / sizeof *yyes;
- if (YYMAXDEPTH < yyes_capacity)
- yyes_capacity = YYMAXDEPTH;]])[
-
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Starting parse\n"));
-
- yystate = 0;
- yyerrstatus = 0;
- yynerrs = 0;
- yychar = YYEMPTY; /* Cause a token to be read. */
-]m4_ifdef([b4_initial_action], [
-b4_dollar_pushdef([m4_define([b4_dollar_dollar_used])yylval], [],
- [b4_push_if([b4_pure_if([*])yypushed_loc], [yylloc])])dnl
-/* User initialization code. */
-b4_user_initial_action
-b4_dollar_popdef[]dnl
-m4_ifdef([b4_dollar_dollar_used],[[ yyvsp[0] = yylval;
-]])])dnl
-b4_locations_if([[ yylsp[0] = ]b4_push_if([b4_pure_if([*])yypushed_loc], [yylloc])[;
-]])dnl
-[ goto yysetstate;
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------.
-| yynewstate -- Push a new state, which is found in yystate. |
-`------------------------------------------------------------*/
- yynewstate:
- /* In all cases, when you get here, the value and location stacks
- have just been pushed. So pushing a state here evens the stacks. */
- yyssp++;
-
- yysetstate:
- *yyssp = yystate;
-
- if (yyss + yystacksize - 1 <= yyssp)
- {
- /* Get the current used size of the three stacks, in elements. */
- YYSIZE_T yysize = yyssp - yyss + 1;
-
-#ifdef yyoverflow
- {
- /* Give user a chance to reallocate the stack. Use copies of
- these so that the &'s don't force the real ones into
- memory. */
- YYSTYPE *yyvs1 = yyvs;
- yytype_int16 *yyss1 = yyss;]b4_locations_if([
- YYLTYPE *yyls1 = yyls;])[
-
- /* Each stack pointer address is followed by the size of the
- data in use in that stack, in bytes. This used to be a
- conditional around just the two extra args, but that might
- be undefined if yyoverflow is a macro. */
- yyoverflow (YY_("memory exhausted"),
- &yyss1, yysize * sizeof (*yyssp),
- &yyvs1, yysize * sizeof (*yyvsp),]b4_locations_if([
- &yyls1, yysize * sizeof (*yylsp),])[
- &yystacksize);
-]b4_locations_if([
- yyls = yyls1;])[
- yyss = yyss1;
- yyvs = yyvs1;
- }
-#else /* no yyoverflow */
-# ifndef YYSTACK_RELOCATE
- goto yyexhaustedlab;
-# else
- /* Extend the stack our own way. */
- if (YYMAXDEPTH <= yystacksize)
- goto yyexhaustedlab;
- yystacksize *= 2;
- if (YYMAXDEPTH < yystacksize)
- yystacksize = YYMAXDEPTH;
-
- {
- yytype_int16 *yyss1 = yyss;
- union yyalloc *yyptr =
- (union yyalloc *) YYSTACK_ALLOC (YYSTACK_BYTES (yystacksize));
- if (! yyptr)
- goto yyexhaustedlab;
- YYSTACK_RELOCATE (yyss_alloc, yyss);
- YYSTACK_RELOCATE (yyvs_alloc, yyvs);]b4_locations_if([
- YYSTACK_RELOCATE (yyls_alloc, yyls);])[
-# undef YYSTACK_RELOCATE
- if (yyss1 != yyssa)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yyss1);
- }
-# endif
-#endif /* no yyoverflow */
-
- yyssp = yyss + yysize - 1;
- yyvsp = yyvs + yysize - 1;]b4_locations_if([
- yylsp = yyls + yysize - 1;])[
-
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Stack size increased to %lu\n",
- (unsigned long int) yystacksize));
-
- if (yyss + yystacksize - 1 <= yyssp)
- YYABORT;
- }
-
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Entering state %d\n", yystate));
-
- if (yystate == YYFINAL)
- YYACCEPT;
-
- goto yybackup;
-
-/*-----------.
-| yybackup. |
-`-----------*/
-yybackup:
-
- /* Do appropriate processing given the current state. Read a
- lookahead token if we need one and don't already have one. */
-
- /* First try to decide what to do without reference to lookahead token. */
- yyn = yypact[yystate];
- if (yypact_value_is_default (yyn))
- goto yydefault;
-
- /* Not known => get a lookahead token if don't already have one. */
-
- /* YYCHAR is either YYEMPTY or YYEOF or a valid lookahead symbol. */
- if (yychar == YYEMPTY)
- {]b4_push_if([[
- if (!yyps->yynew)
- {]b4_use_push_for_pull_if([], [[
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Return for a new token:\n"));]])[
- yyresult = YYPUSH_MORE;
- goto yypushreturn;
- }
- yyps->yynew = 0;]b4_pure_if([], [[
- /* Restoring the pushed token is only necessary for the first
- yypush_parse invocation since subsequent invocations don't overwrite
- it before jumping to yyread_pushed_token. */
- yychar = yypushed_char;
- yylval = yypushed_val;]b4_locations_if([[
- yylloc = yypushed_loc;]])])[
-yyread_pushed_token:]])[
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Reading a token: "));]b4_push_if([b4_pure_if([[
- yychar = yypushed_char;
- if (yypushed_val)
- yylval = *yypushed_val;]b4_locations_if([[
- if (yypushed_loc)
- yylloc = *yypushed_loc;]])])], [[
- yychar = ]b4_lex[;]])[
- }
-
- if (yychar <= YYEOF)
- {
- yychar = yytoken = YYEOF;
- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Now at end of input.\n"));
- }
- else
- {
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
- }
-
- /* If the proper action on seeing token YYTOKEN is to reduce or to
- detect an error, take that action. */
- yyn += yytoken;
- if (yyn < 0 || YYLAST < yyn || yycheck[yyn] != yytoken)]b4_lac_if([[
- {
- YY_LAC_ESTABLISH;
- goto yydefault;
- }]], [[
- goto yydefault;]])[
- yyn = yytable[yyn];
- if (yyn <= 0)
- {
- if (yytable_value_is_error (yyn))
- goto yyerrlab;]b4_lac_if([[
- YY_LAC_ESTABLISH;]])[
- yyn = -yyn;
- goto yyreduce;
- }
-
- /* Count tokens shifted since error; after three, turn off error
- status. */
- if (yyerrstatus)
- yyerrstatus--;
-
- /* Shift the lookahead token. */
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
-
- /* Discard the shifted token. */
- yychar = YYEMPTY;]b4_lac_if([[
- YY_LAC_DISCARD ("shift");]])[
-
- yystate = yyn;
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN
- *++yyvsp = yylval;
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_END
-]b4_locations_if([ *++yylsp = yylloc;])[
- goto yynewstate;
-
-
-/*-----------------------------------------------------------.
-| yydefault -- do the default action for the current state. |
-`-----------------------------------------------------------*/
-yydefault:
- yyn = yydefact[yystate];
- if (yyn == 0)
- goto yyerrlab;
- goto yyreduce;
-
-
-/*-----------------------------.
-| yyreduce -- Do a reduction. |
-`-----------------------------*/
-yyreduce:
- /* yyn is the number of a rule to reduce with. */
- yylen = yyr2[yyn];
-
- /* If YYLEN is nonzero, implement the default value of the action:
- '$$ = $1'.
-
- Otherwise, the following line sets YYVAL to garbage.
- This behavior is undocumented and Bison
- users should not rely upon it. Assigning to YYVAL
- unconditionally makes the parser a bit smaller, and it avoids a
- GCC warning that YYVAL may be used uninitialized. */
- yyval = yyvsp[1-yylen];
-
-]b4_locations_if(
-[[ /* Default location. */
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT (yyloc, (yylsp - yylen), yylen);]])[
- YY_REDUCE_PRINT (yyn);]b4_lac_if([[
- {
- int yychar_backup = yychar;
- switch (yyn)
- {
- ]b4_user_actions[
- default: break;
- }
- if (yychar_backup != yychar)
- YY_LAC_DISCARD ("yychar change");
- }]], [[
- switch (yyn)
- {
- ]b4_user_actions[
- default: break;
- }]])[
- /* User semantic actions sometimes alter yychar, and that requires
- that yytoken be updated with the new translation. We take the
- approach of translating immediately before every use of yytoken.
- One alternative is translating here after every semantic action,
- but that translation would be missed if the semantic action invokes
- YYABORT, YYACCEPT, or YYERROR immediately after altering yychar or
- if it invokes YYBACKUP. In the case of YYABORT or YYACCEPT, an
- incorrect destructor might then be invoked immediately. In the
- case of YYERROR or YYBACKUP, subsequent parser actions might lead
- to an incorrect destructor call or verbose syntax error message
- before the lookahead is translated. */
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("-> $$ =", yyr1[yyn], &yyval, &yyloc);
-
- YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
- YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
-
- *++yyvsp = yyval;]b4_locations_if([
- *++yylsp = yyloc;])[
-
- /* Now 'shift' the result of the reduction. Determine what state
- that goes to, based on the state we popped back to and the rule
- number reduced by. */
-
- yyn = yyr1[yyn];
-
- yystate = yypgoto[yyn - YYNTOKENS] + *yyssp;
- if (0 <= yystate && yystate <= YYLAST && yycheck[yystate] == *yyssp)
- yystate = yytable[yystate];
- else
- yystate = yydefgoto[yyn - YYNTOKENS];
-
- goto yynewstate;
-
-
-/*--------------------------------------.
-| yyerrlab -- here on detecting error. |
-`--------------------------------------*/
-yyerrlab:
- /* Make sure we have latest lookahead translation. See comments at
- user semantic actions for why this is necessary. */
- yytoken = yychar == YYEMPTY ? YYEMPTY : YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
-
- /* If not already recovering from an error, report this error. */
- if (!yyerrstatus)
- {
- ++yynerrs;
-#if ! YYERROR_VERBOSE
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("syntax error"));
-#else
-# define YYSYNTAX_ERROR yysyntax_error (&yymsg_alloc, &yymsg, \]b4_lac_if([[
- yyesa, &yyes, &yyes_capacity, \]])[
- yyssp, yytoken)
- {
- char const *yymsgp = YY_("syntax error");
- int yysyntax_error_status;]b4_lac_if([[
- if (yychar != YYEMPTY)
- YY_LAC_ESTABLISH;]])[
- yysyntax_error_status = YYSYNTAX_ERROR;
- if (yysyntax_error_status == 0)
- yymsgp = yymsg;
- else if (yysyntax_error_status == 1)
- {
- if (yymsg != yymsgbuf)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yymsg);
- yymsg = (char *) YYSTACK_ALLOC (yymsg_alloc);
- if (!yymsg)
- {
- yymsg = yymsgbuf;
- yymsg_alloc = sizeof yymsgbuf;
- yysyntax_error_status = 2;
- }
- else
- {
- yysyntax_error_status = YYSYNTAX_ERROR;
- yymsgp = yymsg;
- }
- }
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[yymsgp);
- if (yysyntax_error_status == 2)
- goto yyexhaustedlab;
- }
-# undef YYSYNTAX_ERROR
-#endif
- }
-
-]b4_locations_if([[ yyerror_range[1] = yylloc;]])[
-
- if (yyerrstatus == 3)
- {
- /* If just tried and failed to reuse lookahead token after an
- error, discard it. */
-
- if (yychar <= YYEOF)
- {
- /* Return failure if at end of input. */
- if (yychar == YYEOF)
- YYABORT;
- }
- else
- {
- yydestruct ("Error: discarding",
- yytoken, &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])[]b4_user_args[);
- yychar = YYEMPTY;
- }
- }
-
- /* Else will try to reuse lookahead token after shifting the error
- token. */
- goto yyerrlab1;
-
-
-/*---------------------------------------------------.
-| yyerrorlab -- error raised explicitly by YYERROR. |
-`---------------------------------------------------*/
-yyerrorlab:
-
- /* Pacify compilers like GCC when the user code never invokes
- YYERROR and the label yyerrorlab therefore never appears in user
- code. */
- if (/*CONSTCOND*/ 0)
- goto yyerrorlab;
-
-]b4_locations_if([[ yyerror_range[1] = yylsp[1-yylen];
-]])[ /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule whose action triggered
- this YYERROR. */
- YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
- yylen = 0;
- YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
- yystate = *yyssp;
- goto yyerrlab1;
-
-
-/*-------------------------------------------------------------.
-| yyerrlab1 -- common code for both syntax error and YYERROR. |
-`-------------------------------------------------------------*/
-yyerrlab1:
- yyerrstatus = 3; /* Each real token shifted decrements this. */
-
- for (;;)
- {
- yyn = yypact[yystate];
- if (!yypact_value_is_default (yyn))
- {
- yyn += YYTERROR;
- if (0 <= yyn && yyn <= YYLAST && yycheck[yyn] == YYTERROR)
- {
- yyn = yytable[yyn];
- if (0 < yyn)
- break;
- }
- }
-
- /* Pop the current state because it cannot handle the error token. */
- if (yyssp == yyss)
- YYABORT;
-
-]b4_locations_if([[ yyerror_range[1] = *yylsp;]])[
- yydestruct ("Error: popping",
- yystos[yystate], yyvsp]b4_locations_if([, yylsp])[]b4_user_args[);
- YYPOPSTACK (1);
- yystate = *yyssp;
- YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
- }]b4_lac_if([[
-
- /* If the stack popping above didn't lose the initial context for the
- current lookahead token, the shift below will for sure. */
- YY_LAC_DISCARD ("error recovery");]])[
-
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_BEGIN
- *++yyvsp = yylval;
- YY_IGNORE_MAYBE_UNINITIALIZED_END
-]b4_locations_if([[
- yyerror_range[2] = yylloc;
- /* Using YYLLOC is tempting, but would change the location of
- the lookahead. YYLOC is available though. */
- YYLLOC_DEFAULT (yyloc, yyerror_range, 2);
- *++yylsp = yyloc;]])[
-
- /* Shift the error token. */
- YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yystos[yyn], yyvsp, yylsp);
-
- yystate = yyn;
- goto yynewstate;
-
-
-/*-------------------------------------.
-| yyacceptlab -- YYACCEPT comes here. |
-`-------------------------------------*/
-yyacceptlab:
- yyresult = 0;
- goto yyreturn;
-
-/*-----------------------------------.
-| yyabortlab -- YYABORT comes here. |
-`-----------------------------------*/
-yyabortlab:
- yyresult = 1;
- goto yyreturn;
-
-#if ]b4_lac_if([[1]], [[!defined yyoverflow || YYERROR_VERBOSE]])[
-/*-------------------------------------------------.
-| yyexhaustedlab -- memory exhaustion comes here. |
-`-------------------------------------------------*/
-yyexhaustedlab:
- yyerror (]b4_yyerror_args[YY_("memory exhausted"));
- yyresult = 2;
- /* Fall through. */
-#endif
-
-yyreturn:
- if (yychar != YYEMPTY)
- {
- /* Make sure we have latest lookahead translation. See comments at
- user semantic actions for why this is necessary. */
- yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
- yydestruct ("Cleanup: discarding lookahead",
- yytoken, &yylval]b4_locations_if([, &yylloc])[]b4_user_args[);
- }
- /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule whose action triggered
- this YYABORT or YYACCEPT. */
- YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
- YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
- while (yyssp != yyss)
- {
- yydestruct ("Cleanup: popping",
- yystos[*yyssp], yyvsp]b4_locations_if([, yylsp])[]b4_user_args[);
- YYPOPSTACK (1);
- }
-#ifndef yyoverflow
- if (yyss != yyssa)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yyss);
-#endif]b4_lac_if([[
- if (yyes != yyesa)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yyes);]])b4_push_if([[
- yyps->yynew = 1;
-
-yypushreturn:]])[
-#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
- if (yymsg != yymsgbuf)
- YYSTACK_FREE (yymsg);
-#endif
- return yyresult;
-}
-]b4_epilogue[]dnl
-b4_output_end()
-
-b4_defines_if(
-[b4_output_begin([b4_spec_defines_file])[
-]b4_copyright([Bison interface for Yacc-like parsers in C])[
-
-]b4_shared_declarations[
-]b4_output_end()
-])# b4_defines_if
diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/flex.exe b/gnuwin32/bin/flex.exe
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--- a/gnuwin32/bin/flex.exe
+++ /dev/null
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+++ /dev/null
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--- a/gnuwin32/bin/iconv.exe
+++ /dev/null
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+++ /dev/null
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--- a/gnuwin32/bin/m4.exe
+++ /dev/null
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diff --git a/gnuwin32/bin/regex2.dll b/gnuwin32/bin/regex2.dll
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diff --git a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/depends-GnuWin32.lst b/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/depends-GnuWin32.lst
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+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
-kernel32.dll
-msvcrt.dll
-ntdll.dll
diff --git a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-GnuWin32.README b/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-GnuWin32.README
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--- a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-GnuWin32.README
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@@ -1,54 +0,0 @@
-* Gperf-3.0.1 for Windows *
-===========================
-
-What is it?
------------
-Gperf: generate a perfect hash function from a key set
-
-Description
------------
-GNU gperf is a perfect hash function generator. For a given list of
-strings, it produces a hash function and hash table in the form of
-C or C++ code, for looking up a value depending on the input string.
-The hash function is perfect,' which means that the hash table has
-no collisions, and the hash table lookup needs a single string
-comparison only. GNU gperf is highly customizable. There are options
-for generating C and C++ code, for emitting 'switch' statements or
-nested 'ifs' instead of a hash table, and for tuning the algorithm
-that gperf uses.
-
-Homepage
---------
-http://www.gnu.org/software/gperf/gperf.html
-
-System
-------
-- MS-Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP with msvcrt.dll
-- if msvcrt.dll is not in your Windows/System folder, get it from
- Microsoft <http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;259403">
- or by installing Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher
- <http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie>
-
-Notes
------
-- Bugs and questions on this MS-Windows port: gnuwin32@users.sourceforge.net
-
-Package Availability
---------------------
-- in: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net
-
-Sources
--------
-- gperf-3.0.1-src.zip
-
-Compilation
------------
-The package has been compiled with GNU auto-tools, GNU make, and Mingw
-(GCC for MS-Windows). Any differences from the original sources are given
-in gperf-3.0.1-GnuWin32.diffs in gperf-3.0.1-src.zip. Libraries needed
-for compilation can be found at the lines starting with 'LIBS = ' in the
-Makefiles. Usually, these are standard libraries provided with Mingw, or
-libraries from the package itself; 'gw32c' refers to the libgw32c package,
-which provides MS-Windows substitutes or stubs for functions normally found in
-Unix. For more information, see: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/compile.html
-and http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/libgw32c.htm.
diff --git a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/AUTHORS b/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/AUTHORS
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index 184c7ce6..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/AUTHORS
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@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
-Douglas C. Schmidt <schmidt@ics.uci.edu>
-Bruno Haible <bruno@clisp.org>
diff --git a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/COPYING b/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/COPYING
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index bab08afa..00000000
--- a/gnuwin32/contrib/gperf/3.0.1/gperf-3.0.1-src/COPYING
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@@ -1,340 +0,0 @@
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