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\ assertions

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require source.fs

variable assert-level ( -- a-addr ) \ gforth
\G All assertions above this level are turned off.
1 assert-level !

: (end-assert) ( flag nfile nline -- ) \ gforth-internal
    rot if
	2drop
    else
	.sourcepos ." : failed assertion"
	true abort" assertion failed" \ !! or use a new throw code?
    then ;

: assert) ( -- )
    compile-sourcepos POSTPONE (end-assert) ;

6 Constant assert-canary

: assertn ( n -- ) \ gforth assert-n
    \ this is internal (it is not immediate)
    assert-level @ >
    if
	POSTPONE (
    else
	['] assert) assert-canary
    then ;

: )  ( -- ) \ gforth	close-paren
    \G End an assertion. Generic end, can be used for other similar purposes
    assert-canary <> abort" unmatched assertion"
    execute ; immediate

: assert0( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-zero
    \G Important assertions that should always be turned on.
    0 assertn ; immediate compile-only
: assert1( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-one
    \G Normal assertions; turned on by default.
    1 assertn ; immediate compile-only
: assert2( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-two
    \G Debugging assertions.
    2 assertn ; immediate compile-only
: assert3( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-three
    \G Slow assertions that you may not want to turn on in normal debugging;
    \G you would turn them on mainly for thorough checking.
    3 assertn ; immediate compile-only
: assert( ( -- ) \ gforth
    \G Equivalent to @code{assert1(}
    POSTPONE assert1( ; immediate compile-only


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