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/* Copyright (C) 2001-2006 Artifex Software, Inc.
   All Rights Reserved.
  
   This software is provided AS-IS with no warranty, either express or
   implied.

   This software is distributed under license and may not be copied, modified
   or distributed except as expressly authorized under the terms of that
   license.  Refer to licensing information at http://www.artifex.com/
   or contact Artifex Software, Inc.,  7 Mt. Lassen Drive - Suite A-134,
   San Rafael, CA  94903, U.S.A., +1(415)492-9861, for further information.
*/

/* $Id: istruct.h 9043 2008-08-28 22:48:19Z giles $ */
/* Interpreter-level extension of gsstruct.h */

#ifndef istruct_INCLUDED
#  define istruct_INCLUDED

#include "gsstruct.h"

/* ================ Refs ================ */

/*
 * Define the pointer type for refs.  Note that if a structure contains refs,
 * both its clear_marks and its reloc_ptrs procedure must unmark them,
 * since the GC will never see the refs during the unmarking sweep.
 */
extern const gs_ptr_procs_t ptr_ref_procs;
#define ptr_ref_type (&ptr_ref_procs)

/* The structure type descriptor for (blocks of) refs. */
/* This is defined in igc.c and exported for isave.c. */
extern_st(st_refs);

/*
 * Extend the GC procedure vector to include refs.
 */
#define refs_proc_reloc(proc)\
  void proc(ref_packed *from, ref_packed *to, gc_state_t *gcst)
typedef struct gc_procs_with_refs_s {
    gc_procs_common;
    /* Relocate a pointer to a ref[_packed]. */
    ptr_proc_reloc((*reloc_ref_ptr), ref_packed);
    /* Relocate a block of ref[_packed]s. */
    refs_proc_reloc((*reloc_refs));
} gc_procs_with_refs_t;

#undef gc_proc
#define gc_proc(gcst, proc) ((*(const gc_procs_with_refs_t **)(gcst))->proc)

/*
 * Define enumeration and relocation macros analogous to those for
 * structures and strings.  (We should go back and change the names of
 * those macros to be consistent which these, which are better, but it's
 * not worth the trouble.)
 */
#define ENUM_RETURN_REF(rptr)\
  return (pep->ptr = (const void *)(rptr), ptr_ref_type)
#define ENUM_RETURN_REF_MEMBER(typ, memb)\
  ENUM_RETURN_REF(&((typ *)vptr)->memb)
#define RELOC_REF_PTR_VAR(ptrvar)\
  ptrvar = (*gc_proc(gcst, reloc_ref_ptr))((const void *)(ptrvar), gcst)
#define RELOC_REF_PTR_MEMBER(typ, memb)\
  RELOC_REF_PTR_VAR(((typ *)vptr)->memb)
#define RELOC_REFS(from, upto)\
  (*gc_proc(gcst, reloc_refs))((ref_packed *)(from), (ref_packed *)(upto), gcst)
#define RELOC_REF_VAR(refvar)\
  RELOC_REFS(&(refvar), &(refvar) + 1)

/*
 * Define an object allocated as a struct, but actually containing refs.
 * Such objects are useful as the client_data of library structures
 * (currently only gstates and fonts).
 */
struct_proc_clear_marks(ref_struct_clear_marks);
struct_proc_enum_ptrs(ref_struct_enum_ptrs);
struct_proc_reloc_ptrs(ref_struct_reloc_ptrs);
#define gs__st_ref_struct(scope_st, stname, stype, sname)\
  gs__st_complex_only(scope_st, stname, stype, sname, ref_struct_clear_marks,\
    ref_struct_enum_ptrs, ref_struct_reloc_ptrs, 0)
#define gs_public_st_ref_struct(stname, stype, sname)\
  gs__st_ref_struct(public_st, stname, stype, sname)
#define gs_private_st_ref_struct(stname, stype, sname)\
  gs__st_ref_struct(private_st, stname, stype, sname)

#endif /* istruct_INCLUDED */