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% errors.w
%
% Copyright 2009-2010 Taco Hoekwater <taco@@luatex.org>
%
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%
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% FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU Lesser General Public
% License for more details.
%
% You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
% with LuaTeX; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

@ TODO: we need to use a formatted normal_error in:

hyphen.w
luafflib.c

@ @c
#include "ptexlib.h"
#define edit_var "TEXEDIT"

@ When something anomalous is detected, \TeX\ typically does something like this:
$$\vbox{\halign{#\hfil\cr
|print_err("Something anomalous has been detected");|\cr
|help3("This is the first line of my offer to help.")|\cr
|("This is the second line. I'm trying to")|\cr
|("explain the best way for you to proceed.");|\cr
|error;|\cr}}$$
A two-line help message would be given using |help2|, etc.; these informal
helps should use simple vocabulary that complements the words used in the
official error message that was printed. (Outside the U.S.A., the help
messages should preferably be translated into the local vernacular. Each
line of help is at most 60 characters long, in the present implementation,
so that |max_print_line| will not be exceeded.)

The |print_err| procedure supplies a `\.!' before the official message,
and makes sure that the terminal is awake if a stop is going to occur.
The |error| procedure supplies a `\..' after the official message, then it
shows the location of the error; and if |interaction=error_stop_mode|,
it also enters into a dialog with the user, during which time the help
message may be printed.
@^system dependencies@>

@c
int interaction;                /* current level of interaction */
int interactionoption;          /* set from command line */

/* ls-hh: so, new code only kicks in when we have a callback defined */

char *last_error = NULL;
char *last_lua_error = NULL;
char *last_warning_tag = NULL;
char *last_warning_str = NULL;
char *last_error_context = NULL;

int err_old_setting = 0 ;
int in_error = 0 ;

void set_last_error_context(void)
{
    str_number str;
    int sel = selector;
    int saved_new_line_char;
    int saved_new_string_line;
    selector = new_string;
    saved_new_line_char = new_line_char_par;
    saved_new_string_line = new_string_line;
    new_line_char_par = 10;
    new_string_line = 10;
    show_context();
    xfree(last_error_context);
    str = make_string();
    last_error_context = makecstring(str);
    flush_str(str);
    selector = sel;
    new_line_char_par = saved_new_line_char;
    new_string_line = saved_new_string_line;
    return;
}

void flush_err(void)
{
    str_number s_error;
    char *s = NULL;
    int callback_id ;
    if (in_error) {
        selector = err_old_setting;
        str_room(1);
        s_error = make_string();
        s = makecstring(s_error);
        flush_str(s_error);
        if (interaction == error_stop_mode) {
            wake_up_terminal();
        }
        xfree(last_error);
        last_error = (string) xmalloc((unsigned) (strlen(s) + 1));
        strcpy(last_error,s);
        callback_id = callback_defined(show_error_message_callback);
        if (callback_id > 0) {
            run_callback(callback_id, "->");
        } else {
            tprint(s);
        }
        in_error = 0 ;
    }
}

void print_err(const char *s)
{
    int callback_id = callback_defined(show_error_message_callback);
    if (interaction == error_stop_mode) {
        wake_up_terminal();
    }
    if (callback_id > 0) {
        err_old_setting = selector;
        selector = new_string;
        in_error = 1 ;
    }
    if (filelineerrorstylep) {
        print_file_line();
    } else {
        tprint_nl("! ");
    }
    tprint(s);
    if (callback_id <= 0) {
        xfree(last_error);
        last_error = (string) xmalloc((unsigned) (strlen(s) + 1));
        strcpy(last_error,s);
    }
}

@ \TeX\ is careful not to call |error| when the print |selector| setting
might be unusual. The only possible values of |selector| at the time of
error messages are

\yskip
\hang|no_print| (when |interaction=batch_mode| and |log_file| not yet open);

\hang|term_only| (when |interaction>batch_mode| and |log_file| not yet open);

\hang|log_only| (when |interaction=batch_mode| and |log_file| is open);

\hang|term_and_log| (when |interaction>batch_mode| and |log_file| is open).

@c
void fixup_selector(boolean logopened)
{
    if (interaction == batch_mode)
        selector = no_print;
    else
        selector = term_only;
    if (logopened)
        selector = selector + 2;
}

@ A global variable |deletions_allowed| is set |false| if the |get_next|
routine is active when |error| is called; this ensures that |get_next|
and related routines like |get_token| will never be called recursively.
A similar interlock is provided by |set_box_allowed|.
@^recursion@>

The global variable |history| records the worst level of error that
has been detected. It has four possible values: |spotless|, |warning_issued|,
|error_message_issued|, and |fatal_error_stop|.

Another global variable, |error_count|, is increased by one when an
|error| occurs without an interactive dialog, and it is reset to zero at
the end of every paragraph.  If |error_count| reaches 100, \TeX\ decides
that there is no point in continuing further.

@c
boolean deletions_allowed;      /* is it safe for |error| to call |get_token|? */
boolean set_box_allowed;        /* is it safe to do a \.{\\setbox} assignment? */
int history;                    /* has the source input been clean so far? */
int error_count;                /* the number of scrolled errors since the last paragraph ended */
int interrupt;                  /* should \TeX\ pause for instructions? */
boolean OK_to_interrupt;        /* should interrupts be observed? */

@ The value of |history| is initially |fatal_error_stop|, but it will
be changed to |spotless| if \TeX\ survives the initialization process.

@c
void initialize_errors(void)
{
    if (interactionoption == unspecified_mode)
        interaction = error_stop_mode;
    else
        interaction = interactionoption;
    deletions_allowed = true;
    set_box_allowed = true;
    OK_to_interrupt = true;
    /* |history| is initialized elsewhere */
}

@ It is possible for |error| to be called recursively if some error arises
when |get_token| is being used to delete a token, and/or if some fatal error
occurs while \TeX\ is trying to fix a non-fatal one. But such recursion
@^recursion@>
is never more than two levels deep.

@ Individual lines of help are recorded in the array |help_line|.

@c
const char *help_line[7];       /* helps for the next |error| */
boolean use_err_help;           /* should the |err_help| list be shown? */

@ The |jump_out| procedure just cuts across all active procedure levels and
exits the program. It is used when there is no recovery from a particular error.

@c
int defaultexitcode = 0; /* the exit code can be overloaded */

__attribute__ ((noreturn))
void do_final_end(void)
{
    update_terminal();
    ready_already = 0;
    lua_close(Luas); /* new per 0.99 */
    if ((history != spotless) && (history != warning_issued))
        uexit(1);
    else
        uexit(defaultexitcode);
}

__attribute__ ((noreturn))
void jump_out(void)
{
    close_files_and_terminate();
    do_final_end();
}
@ Here is the function that calls the editor, if one is defined. This
is loosely based on a similar function in kpathsea, but the calling
convention is quite different.

@c
static const_string edit_value = EDITOR;

#if defined(WIN32)
static int
Isspace (char c)
{
  return (c == ' ' || c == '\t');
}
#endif /* WIN32 */

__attribute__ ((noreturn))
static void luatex_calledit (int baseptr, int linenumber)
{
  char *temp, *command, *fullcmd;
  char c;
  int sdone, ddone, i;
  char *filename = makecstring(input_stack[base_ptr].name_field);
  int fnlength = strlen(filename);

#ifdef WIN32
  char *fp, *ffp, *env, editorname[256], buffer[256];
  int cnt = 0;
  int dontchange = 0;
#endif

  sdone = ddone = 0;

  /* Close any open input files, since we're going to kill the job.  */
  close_files_and_terminate();

  /* Replace the default with the value of the appropriate environment
     variable or config file value, if it's set.  */
  temp = kpse_var_value (edit_var);
  if (temp != NULL)
    edit_value = temp;

  /* Construct the command string.  The `11' is the maximum length an
     integer might be.  */
  command = xmalloc (strlen (edit_value) + fnlength + 11);

  /* So we can construct it as we go.  */
  temp = command;

#ifdef WIN32
  fp = editorname;
  if ((isalpha(*edit_value) && *(edit_value + 1) == ':'
        && IS_DIR_SEP (*(edit_value + 2)))
      || (*edit_value == '"' && isalpha(*(edit_value + 1))
        && *(edit_value + 2) == ':'
        && IS_DIR_SEP (*(edit_value + 3)))
     )
    dontchange = 1;
#endif

  while ((c = *edit_value++) != 0)
    {
      if (c == '%')
        {
          switch (c = *edit_value++)
            {
            case 'd':
              if (ddone)
                FATAL1 ("call_edit: `%%d' appears twice in editor command: `%s'", edit_value);
              sprintf (temp, "%ld", (long int)linenumber);
              while (*temp != '\0')
                temp++;
              ddone = 1;
              break;

            case 's':
              if (sdone)
                FATAL1 ("call_edit: `%%s' appears twice in editor command: `%s'", edit_value);
              for (i =0; i < fnlength; i++)
                *temp++ = filename[i];
              sdone = 1;
              break;

            case '\0':
              *temp++ = '%';
              /* Back up to the null to force termination.  */
              edit_value--;
              break;

            default:
              *temp++ = '%';
              *temp++ = c;
              break;
            }
        }
      else {
#ifdef WIN32
        if (dontchange)
          *temp++ = c;
        else { if(Isspace(c) && cnt == 0) {
            cnt++;
            temp = command;
            *temp++ = c;
            *fp = '\0';
          } else if(!Isspace(c) && cnt == 0) {
            *fp++ = c;
          } else {
            *temp++ = c;
          }
        }
#else
        *temp++ = c;
#endif
      }
    }

  *temp = 0;

#ifdef WIN32
  if (dontchange == 0) {
    if(editorname[0] == '.' ||
       editorname[0] == '/' ||
       editorname[0] == '\\') {
      fprintf(stderr, "%s is not allowed to execute.\n", editorname);
      do_final_end();
    }
    env = (char *)getenv("PATH");
    if(SearchPath(env, editorname, ".exe", 256, buffer, &ffp)==0) {
      if(SearchPath(env, editorname, ".bat", 256, buffer, &ffp)==0) {
        fprintf(stderr, "I cannot find %s in the PATH.\n", editorname);
        do_final_end();
      }
    }
    fullcmd = (char *)xmalloc(strlen(buffer)+strlen(command)+5);
    strcpy(fullcmd, "\"");
    strcat(fullcmd, buffer);
    strcat(fullcmd, "\"");
    strcat(fullcmd, command);
  } else
#endif
  fullcmd = command;

  /* Execute the command.  */
  if (system (fullcmd) != 0)
    fprintf (stderr, "! Trouble executing `%s'.\n", command);

  /* Quit, since we found an error.  */
  do_final_end ();
}


@ @c
void error(void)
{                               /* completes the job of error reporting */
    ASCII_code c;               /* what the user types */
    int callback_id;
    int s1, s2, s3, s4;         /* used to save global variables when deleting tokens */
    int i;
    flush_err(); /* hh-ls */
    if (history < error_message_issued)
        history = error_message_issued;
    callback_id = callback_defined(show_error_hook_callback);
    if (callback_id > 0) {
        set_last_error_context();
        run_callback(callback_id, "->");
    } else {
        print_char('.');
        show_context();
    }
    if (haltonerrorp) {
        history = fatal_error_stop;
        jump_out();
    }
    if (interaction == error_stop_mode) {
        /* Get user's advice and |return| */
        while (1) {
          CONTINUE:
            clear_for_error_prompt();
            prompt_input("? ");
            if (last == first)
                return;
            c = buffer[first];
            if (c >= 'a')
                c = c + 'A' - 'a';      /* convert to uppercase */
            /* Interpret code |c| and |return| if done */

            /* It is desirable to provide an `\.E' option here that gives the user
               an easy way to return from \TeX\ to the system editor, with the offending
               line ready to be edited. But such an extension requires some system
               wizardry, so the present implementation simply types out the name of the
               file that should be  edited and the relevant line number.

               There is a secret `\.D' option available when the debugging routines haven't
               been commented~out. */

            switch (c) {
            case '0':
            case '1':
            case '2':
            case '3':
            case '4':
            case '5':
            case '6':
            case '7':
            case '8':
            case '9':
                if (deletions_allowed) {
                    /* Delete |c-"0"| tokens and |goto continue| */
                    /* We allow deletion of up to 99 tokens at a time */
                    s1 = cur_tok;
                    s2 = cur_cmd;
                    s3 = cur_chr;
                    s4 = align_state;
                    align_state = 1000000;
                    OK_to_interrupt = false;
                    if ((last > first + 1) && (buffer[first + 1] >= '0')
                        && (buffer[first + 1] <= '9'))
                        c = c * 10 + buffer[first + 1] - '0' * 11;
                    else
                        c = c - '0';
                    while (c > 0) {
                        get_token();    /* one-level recursive call of |error| is possible */
                        decr(c);
                    }
                    cur_tok = s1;
                    cur_cmd = s2;
                    cur_chr = s3;
                    align_state = s4;
                    OK_to_interrupt = true;
                    help2("I have just deleted some text, as you asked.",
                          "You can now delete more, or insert, or whatever.");
                    show_context();
                    goto CONTINUE;
                }
                break;
#ifdef DEBUG
            case 'D':
                debug_help();
                goto CONTINUE;
                break;
#endif
            case 'E':
                if (base_ptr > 0) {
                    int callback_id = callback_defined(call_edit_callback);
                    if (callback_id>0) {
                        (void)run_callback(callback_id, "Sd->", makecstring(input_stack[base_ptr].name_field), line);
                        jump_out(); /* should not be reached */
                    } else {
                        tprint_nl("You want to edit file ");
                        print(input_stack[base_ptr].name_field);
                        tprint(" at line ");
                        print_int(line);
                        interaction = scroll_mode;
                        if (kpse_init) {
                            luatex_calledit(base_ptr, line);
                        } else {
                            tprint_nl("There is no valid callback defined.");
                            jump_out(); /* should not be reached */
                        }
                    }
                }
                break;
            case 'H':
                /* Print the help information and |goto continue| */
                if (use_err_help) {
                    give_err_help();
                } else {
                    if (help_line[0] == NULL) {
                        help2
                            ("Sorry, I don't know how to help in this situation.",
                             "Maybe you should try asking a human?");
                    }
                    i = 0;
                    while (help_line[i] != NULL)
                        tprint_nl(help_line[i++]);
                    help4("Sorry, I already gave what help I could...",
                          "Maybe you should try asking a human?",
                          "An error might have occurred before I noticed any problems.",
                          "``If all else fails, read the instructions.''");
                    goto CONTINUE;
                }
                break;
            case 'I':
                /* Introduce new material from the terminal and |return| */
                /* When the following code is executed, |buffer[(first+1)..(last-1)]| may
                   contain the material inserted by the user; otherwise another prompt will
                   be given. In order to understand this part of the program fully, you need
                   to be familiar with \TeX's input stacks. */

                begin_file_reading();   /* enter a new syntactic level for terminal input */
                /* now |state=mid_line|, so an initial blank space will count as a blank */
                if (last > first + 1) {
                    iloc = first + 1;
                    buffer[first] = ' ';
                } else {
                    prompt_input("insert>");
                    iloc = first;
                }
                first = last;
                ilimit = last - 1;      /* no |end_line_char| ends this line */
                return;
                break;
            case 'Q':
            case 'R':
            case 'S':
                /* Change the interaction level and |return| */
                /* Here the author of \TeX\ apologizes for making use of the numerical
                   relation between |"Q"|, |"R"|, |"S"|, and the desired interaction settings
                   |batch_mode|, |nonstop_mode|, |scroll_mode|. */
                error_count = 0;
                interaction = batch_mode + c - 'Q';
                tprint("OK, entering ");
                switch (c) {
                case 'Q':
                    tprint_esc("batchmode");
                    decr(selector);
                    break;
                case 'R':
                    tprint_esc("nonstopmode");
                    break;
                case 'S':
                    tprint_esc("scrollmode");
                    break;
                }
                tprint("...");
                print_ln();
                update_terminal();
                return;
                break;
            case 'X':
                interaction = scroll_mode;
                jump_out();
                break;
            default:
                break;
            }
            if (!use_err_help) {
                /* Print the menu of available options */
                tprint("Type <return> to proceed, S to scroll future error messages,");
                tprint_nl("R to run without stopping, Q to run quietly,");
                tprint_nl("I to insert something, ");
                if (base_ptr > 0)
                    tprint("E to edit your file,");
                if (deletions_allowed)
                    tprint_nl("1 or ... or 9 to ignore the next 1 to 9 tokens of input,");
                tprint_nl("H for help, X to quit.");
            }
            use_err_help = false;
        }

    }
    incr(error_count);
    if (error_count == 100) {
        tprint_nl("(That makes 100 errors; please try again.)");
        history = fatal_error_stop;
        jump_out();
    }
    /* Put help message on the transcript file */
    if (interaction > batch_mode)
        decr(selector);         /* avoid terminal output */
    if (use_err_help) {
        print_ln();
        give_err_help();
    } else {
        int i1 = 0;
        while (help_line[i1] != NULL)
            tprint_nl(help_line[i1++]);
    }
    print_ln();
    if (interaction > batch_mode)
        incr(selector);         /* re-enable terminal output */
    print_ln();
}

@ A dozen or so error messages end with a parenthesized integer, so we
save a teeny bit of program space by declaring the following procedure:

@c
void int_error(int n)
{
    tprint(" (");
    print_int(n);
    print_char(')');
    error();
}

@ In anomalous cases, the print selector might be in an unknown state;
the following subroutine is called to fix things just enough to keep
running a bit longer.

@c
void normalize_selector(void)
{
    if (log_opened_global)
        selector = term_and_log;
    else
        selector = term_only;
    if (job_name == 0)
        open_log_file();
    if (interaction == batch_mode)
        decr(selector);
}

@ The following procedure prints \TeX's last words before dying
@c
void succumb(void)
{
    if (interaction == error_stop_mode)
        interaction = scroll_mode;      /* no more interaction */
    if (log_opened_global)
        error();
#ifdef DEBUG
    if (interaction > batch_mode)
        debug_help();
#endif
    history = fatal_error_stop;
    jump_out();                 /* irrecoverable error */
}

@ @c
void fatal_error(const char *s)
{                               /* prints |s|, and that's it */
    normalize_selector();
    print_err("Emergency stop");
    help1(s);
    succumb();
}

@ Here is the most dreaded error message
@c
void overflow(const char *s, unsigned int n)
{                               /* stop due to finiteness */
    normalize_selector();
    print_err("TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [");
    tprint(s);
    print_char('=');
    print_int((int) n);
    print_char(']');
    if (varmem == NULL) {
      print_err("Sorry, I ran out of memory.");
      print_ln();
      exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
    }
    help2("If you really absolutely need more capacity,",
          "you can ask a wizard to enlarge me.");
    succumb();
}

@ The program might sometime run completely amok, at which point there is
no choice but to stop. If no previous error has been detected, that's bad
news; a message is printed that is really intended for the \TeX\
maintenance person instead of the user (unless the user has been
particularly diabolical).  The index entries for `this can't happen' may
help to pinpoint the problem.
@^dry rot@>

@c
void confusion(const char *s)
{                               /* consistency check violated; |s| tells where */
    normalize_selector();
    if (history < error_message_issued) {
        print_err("This can't happen (");
        tprint(s);
        print_char(')');
        help1("I'm broken. Please show this to someone who can fix can fix");
    } else {
        print_err("I can't go on meeting you like this");
        help2("One of your faux pas seems to have wounded me deeply...",
              "in fact, I'm barely conscious. Please fix it and try again.");
    }
    succumb();
}

@ Users occasionally want to interrupt \TeX\ while it's running.
If the runtime system allows this, one can implement
a routine that sets the global variable |interrupt| to some nonzero value
when such an interrupt is signalled. Otherwise there is probably at least
a way to make |interrupt| nonzero using the debugger.
@^system dependencies@>
@^debugging@>

@c
void check_interrupt(void)
{
    if (interrupt != 0)
        pause_for_instructions();
}

@ When an interrupt has been detected, the program goes into its
highest interaction level and lets the user have nearly the full flexibility of
the |error| routine.  \TeX\ checks for interrupts only at times when it is
safe to do this.

@c
void pause_for_instructions(void)
{
    if (OK_to_interrupt) {
        interaction = error_stop_mode;
        if ((selector == log_only) || (selector == no_print))
            incr(selector);
        print_err("Interruption");
        help3("You rang?",
              "Try to insert some instructions for me (e.g.,`I\\showlists'),",
              "unless you just want to quit by typing `X'.");
        deletions_allowed = false;
        error();
        deletions_allowed = true;
        interrupt = 0;
    }
}

@ @c
void tex_error(const char *msg, const char **hlp)
{
    print_err(msg);
    if (hlp != NULL) {
        int i;
        for (i = 0; (hlp[i] != NULL && i <= 5); i++) {
            help_line[i] = hlp[i];
        }
        help_line[i] = NULL;
    } else {
        help_line[0] = NULL;
    }
    error();
}

@ The |back_error| routine is used when we want to replace an offending token
just before issuing an error message. This routine, like |back_input|,
requires that |cur_tok| has been set. We disable interrupts during the
call of |back_input| so that the help message won't be lost.

@c
void back_error(void)
{                               /* back up one token and call |error| */
    OK_to_interrupt = false;
    back_input();
    OK_to_interrupt = true;
    error();
}

@ @c
void ins_error(void)
{                               /* back up one inserted token and call |error| */
    OK_to_interrupt = false;
    back_input();
    token_type = inserted;
    OK_to_interrupt = true;
    error();
}

@ When \TeX\ wants to typeset a character that doesn't exist, the
character node is not created; thus the output routine can assume
that characters exist when it sees them. The following procedure
prints a warning message unless the user has suppressed it.

@c
void char_warning(internal_font_number f, int c)
{
    int old_setting;            /* saved value of |tracing_online| */
    int k;                      /* index to current digit; we assume that $0\L n<16^{22}$ */
    if (tracing_lost_chars_par > 0) {
        old_setting = tracing_online_par;
        if (tracing_lost_chars_par > 1)
            tracing_online_par = 1;
        begin_diagnostic();
        tprint_nl("Missing character: There is no ");
        print(c);
        tprint(" (U+");
        k = 0;
        if (c < 16)
            print_char('0');
        if (c < 256)
            print_char('0');
        if (c < 4096)
            print_char('0');
        do {
            dig[k] = c % 16;
            c = c / 16;
            incr(k);
        } while (c != 0);
        print_the_digs((eight_bits) k);
        tprint(") in font ");
        print_font_name(f);
        print_char('!');
        end_diagnostic(false);
        tracing_online_par = old_setting;
    }
}

@ @c

void wrapup_backend(void) {
    ensure_output_state(static_pdf, ST_OMODE_FIX);
    switch (output_mode_used) {
        case OMODE_NONE:
            print_err(" ==> Fatal error occurred, no FMT file produced!");
            break;
        case OMODE_PDF:
            if (history == fatal_error_stop) {
                remove_pdffile(static_pdf); /* will become remove_output_file */
                print_err(" ==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced!");
            } else {
                finish_pdf_file(static_pdf, luatex_version, get_luatexrevision());
            }
            break;
        case OMODE_DVI:
            if (history == fatal_error_stop) {
                print_err(" ==> Fatal error occurred, bad output DVI file produced!");
                finish_dvi_file(static_pdf, luatex_version, get_luatexrevision());
            } else {
                finish_dvi_file(static_pdf, luatex_version, get_luatexrevision());
            }
            break;
    }
}

void normal_error(const char *t, const char *p)
{
    normalize_selector();
    if (interaction == error_stop_mode) {
        wake_up_terminal();
    }
    if (filelineerrorstylep) {
        print_file_line();
    } else {
        tprint_nl("! ");
    }
    tprint("error: ");
    if (cur_file_name) {
        tprint(" (file ");
        tprint(cur_file_name);
        tprint(")");
    }
    if (t != NULL) {
        tprint(" (");
        tprint(t);
        tprint(")");
    }
    tprint(": ");
    if (p != NULL)
        tprint(p);
    history = fatal_error_stop;
    wrapup_backend();
    exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}

/*
void normal_error(const char *t, const char *p)
{
    normalize_selector();
    if (interaction == error_stop_mode) {
        wake_up_terminal();
    }
    tprint("error : ");
    if (p != NULL)
        tprint(p);
    history = fatal_error_stop;
    wrapup_backend();
    exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}
*/

@ @c
void normal_warning(const char *t, const char *p)
{
    int report_id ;
    if (strcmp(t,"lua") == 0) {
        int saved_new_line_char;
        saved_new_line_char = new_line_char_par;
        new_line_char_par = 10;
        report_id = callback_defined(show_lua_error_hook_callback);
        if (report_id == 0) {
            tprint(p);
            help2("The lua interpreter ran into a problem, so the",
                  "remainder of this lua chunk will be ignored.");
        } else {
            (void) run_callback(report_id, "->");
        }
        error();
        new_line_char_par = saved_new_line_char;
    } else {
        report_id = callback_defined(show_warning_message_callback);
        if (report_id > 0) {
            /* free last ones */
            xfree(last_warning_str);
            xfree(last_warning_tag);
            last_warning_str = (string) xmalloc(strlen(p) + 1);
            last_warning_tag = (string) xmalloc(strlen(t) + 1);
            strcpy(last_warning_str,p);
            strcpy(last_warning_tag,t);
            run_callback(report_id, "->");
        } else {
            print_ln();
            tprint("warning ");
            if (cur_file_name) {
                tprint(" (file ");
                tprint(cur_file_name);
                tprint(")");
            }
            if (t != NULL) {
                tprint(" (");
                tprint(t);
                tprint(")");
            }
            tprint(": ");
            if (p != NULL)
                tprint(p);
            print_ln();
        }
        if (history == spotless)
            history = warning_issued;
    }
}

@ @c
static char print_buf[PRINTF_BUF_SIZE];
__attribute__ ((format(printf, 2,3)))
void formatted_error(const char *t, const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list args;
    va_start(args, fmt);
    vsnprintf(print_buf, PRINTF_BUF_SIZE, fmt, args);
    normal_error(t,print_buf);
    va_end(args);
}

__attribute__ ((format(printf, 2,3)))
void formatted_warning(const char *t, const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list args;
    va_start(args, fmt);
    vsnprintf(print_buf, PRINTF_BUF_SIZE, fmt, args);
    normal_warning(t,print_buf);
    va_end(args);
}