Diff for /gforth/lib.fs between versions 1.3 and 1.20

version 1.3, 1998/07/08 16:47:31 version 1.20, 2007/06/30 23:00:35
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 \ lib.fs        shared library support package          11may97py  \ lib.fs        shared library support package          11may97py
   
 \ Copyright (C) 1995-1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.  \ Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2003,2005,2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   
 \ This file is part of Gforth.  \ This file is part of Gforth.
   
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 \ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License  \ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 \ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software  \ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 \ Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.  \ Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111, USA.
   
 Create icall-table  [IFDEF] av-call-int
     ] icall0 ;s icall1 ;s icall2 ;s icall3 ;s icall4 ;s icall5 ;s icall6 ;s      include fflib.fs
       NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  [ELSE]
       NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  icall20 ;s [      [IFDEF] ffi-call
 Create fcall-table          include libffi.fs
     ] fcall0 ;s fcall1 ;s fcall2 ;s fcall3 ;s fcall4 ;s fcall5 ;s fcall6 ;s      [ELSE]
       NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap          .( Neither libffi nor ffcall are available ) cr
       NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  NIL swap  fcall20 ;s [          abort
           .( Using oldlib.fs; incompatible with fflib.fs and libffi.fs) cr
 Variable libs 0 libs !          include oldlib.fs
 \G links between libraries      [THEN]
   [THEN]
 : @lib ( lib -- )  
     \G obtains library handle  \ testing stuff
     cell+ dup 2 cells + count open-lib  
     dup 0= abort" Library not found" swap ! ;  [IFUNDEF] libc
       s" os-type" environment? [IF]
 : @proc ( lib addr -- )          2dup s" linux-gnu" str= [IF]  2drop
     \G obtains symbol address              library libc libc.so.6
     cell+ tuck 2 cells + count rot cell+ @          [ELSE] 2dup s" cygwin" str= [IF]  2drop
     lib-sym  dup 0= abort" Proc not found!" swap cell+ ! ;                  library libc cygwin1.dll
               [ELSE]  2dup s" bsd" search nip nip [IF]  2drop
 : proc, ( pars type lib addr -- )                      library libc libc.so
     \G allocates and initializes proc stub                  [ELSE]  2dup s" darwin" string-prefix? [IF]  2drop
     \G stub format:                          library libc libc.dylib
     \G    linked list in library                      [ELSE]  2drop \ or add your stuff here
     \G    address of proc                      [THEN]
     \G    offset in lcall1-table to call proc                  [THEN]
     \G    OS name of symbol as counted string              [THEN]
     here 2dup swap 2 cells + dup @ A, !          [THEN]
     2swap  1 and  IF  fcall-table  ELSE  icall-table  THEN  swap      [THEN]
     cells 2* + , 0 , bl sword string, @proc ;  [THEN]
   
 -1 Constant (addr)  [ifdef] testing
  0 Constant (int)  
  1 Constant (float)  library libc libc.so.6
  2 Constant (void)                  
  4 Constant (int...)  libc sleep int (int) sleep
  5 Constant (float...)  libc open  ptr int int (int) open
  6 Constant (void...)  libc lseek int llong int (llong) lseek64
   libc read  int ptr int (int) read
 : proc:  ( pars type lib "name" "string" -- )  libc close int (int) close
     \G Creates a named proc stub  
     Create proc,  library libm libm.so.6
 DOES> ( x1 .. xn -- r )  
     cell+ 2@ >r ;  libm fmodf sf sf (sf) fmodf
   libm fmod  df df (fp) fmod
 : vaproc:  ( pars type lib "name" "string" -- )  
     \G Creates a named proc stub with variable arguments  \ example for a windows callback
     Create proc,      
 DOES> ( x1 .. xn n -- r )  callback wincall (int) int int int int callback;
     cell+ 2@ rot 2* cells + >r ;  
   :noname ( a b c d -- e )  2drop 2drop 0 ; wincall do_timer
 : (>void)  >r ;  
   \ test a callback
 : vproc:  ( pars type lib "name" "string" -- )  
     \G Creates a named proc stub for void functions  callback 2:1 (int) int int callback;
     Create proc,  
 DOES> ( x1 .. xn -- )  : cb-test ( a b -- c )
     cell+ 2@ (>void) drop ;      cr ." Testing callback"
       cr ." arguments: " .s
 : vvaproc:  ( pars type lib "name" "string" -- )      cr ." result " + .s cr ;
     \G Creates a named proc stub with variable arguments, void return  ' cb-test 2:1 c_plus
     Create proc,  
 DOES> ( x1 .. xn n -- )  fptr 2:1call int int (int)
     cell+ 2@ rot 2* cells + (>void) drop ;  
   : test  c_plus 2:1call ;
 : label: ( type lib "name" "string" -- )  
     \G Creates a named label stub  \ 3 4 test
     -1 -rot Create proc,  
 DOES> ( -- addr )  \ bigFORTH legacy library test
     [ 2 cells ] Literal + @ ;  
   library libX11 libX11.so.6
 : library ( "name" "file" -- )  
     \G loads library "file" and creates a proc defining word "name"  
     \G library format:  
     \G    linked list of libraries  
     \G    library handle  
     \G    linked list of library's procs  
     \G    OS name of library as counted string  
     Create  here libs @ A, dup libs !  
     0 , 0 A, bl sword string, @lib  
 DOES> ( pars/ type -- )  
     over -1 = IF  label:  
     ELSE  
         over 4 and IF  
             over 2 and IF  vvaproc:  ELSE  vaproc:  THEN  
         ELSE  
             over 2 and IF  vproc:  ELSE  proc:  THEN  
         THEN  
     THEN ;  
   
 : init-shared-libs ( -- )  
     defers 'cold  libs  
     0  libs  BEGIN  @ dup  WHILE  dup  REPEAT  drop  
     BEGIN  dup  WHILE  >r  
         r@ @lib  
         r@ 2 cells +  BEGIN  @ dup  WHILE  r@ over @proc  REPEAT  
         drop rdrop  
     REPEAT  drop ;  
   
 ' init-shared-libs IS 'cold  legacy on
   
   1 libX11 XOpenDisplay XOpenDisplay    ( name -- dpy )
   5 libX11 XInternAtoms XInternAtoms    ( atoms flag count names dpy -- status )
   
   legacy off
   
   [then]    

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