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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
 * Copyright(c) 2010-2014 Intel Corporation.
 * Copyright (c) 2009, Olivier MATZ <zer0@droids-corp.org>
 * All rights reserved.
 */

#ifndef _CMDLINE_PARSE_H_
#define _CMDLINE_PARSE_H_

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

#ifndef offsetof
#define offsetof(type, field)  ((size_t) &( ((type *)0)->field) )
#endif

/* return status for parsing */
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_SUCCESS        0
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_AMBIGUOUS     -1
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_NOMATCH       -2
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_BAD_ARGS      -3

/* return status for completion */
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETE_FINISHED 0
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETE_AGAIN    1
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETED_BUFFER  2

/* maximum buffer size for parsed result */
#define CMDLINE_PARSE_RESULT_BUFSIZE 8192

/**
 * Stores a pointer to the ops struct, and the offset: the place to
 * write the parsed result in the destination structure.
 */
struct cmdline_token_hdr {
	struct cmdline_token_ops *ops;
	unsigned int offset;
};
typedef struct cmdline_token_hdr cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t;

/**
 * A token is defined by this structure.
 *
 * parse() takes the token as first argument, then the source buffer
 * starting at the token we want to parse. The 3rd arg is a pointer
 * where we store the parsed data (as binary). It returns the number of
 * parsed chars on success and a negative value on error.
 *
 * complete_get_nb() returns the number of possible values for this
 * token if completion is possible. If it is NULL or if it returns 0,
 * no completion is possible.
 *
 * complete_get_elt() copy in dstbuf (the size is specified in the
 * parameter) the i-th possible completion for this token.  returns 0
 * on success or and a negative value on error.
 *
 * get_help() fills the dstbuf with the help for the token. It returns
 * -1 on error and 0 on success.
 */
struct cmdline_token_ops {
	/** parse(token ptr, buf, res pts, buf len) */
	int (*parse)(cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t *, const char *, void *,
		unsigned int);
	/** return the num of possible choices for this token */
	int (*complete_get_nb)(cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t *);
	/** return the elt x for this token (token, idx, dstbuf, size) */
	int (*complete_get_elt)(cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t *, int, char *,
		unsigned int);
	/** get help for this token (token, dstbuf, size) */
	int (*get_help)(cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t *, char *, unsigned int);
};

struct cmdline;
/**
 * Store a instruction, which is a pointer to a callback function and
 * its parameter that is called when the instruction is parsed, a help
 * string, and a list of token composing this instruction.
 *
 * When no tokens are defined (tokens[0] == NULL), they are retrieved
 * dynamically by calling f() as follows:
 *
 * @code
 *
 * f((struct cmdline_token_hdr **)&token_p,
 *   NULL,
 *   (struct cmdline_token_hdr **)&inst->tokens[num]);
 *
 * @endcode
 *
 * The address of the resulting token is expected at the location pointed by
 * the first argument. Can be set to NULL to end the list.
 *
 * The cmdline argument (struct cmdline *) is always NULL.
 *
 * The last argument points to the inst->tokens[] entry to retrieve, which
 * is not necessarily inside allocated memory and should neither be read nor
 * written. Its sole purpose is to deduce the token entry index of interest
 * as described in the example below.
 *
 * Note about constraints:
 *
 * - Only the address of these tokens is dynamic, their storage should be
 *   static like normal tokens.
 * - Dynamic token lists that need to maintain an internal context (e.g. in
 *   order to determine the next token) must store it statically also. This
 *   context must be reinitialized when the first token is requested, that
 *   is, when &inst->tokens[0] is provided as the third argument.
 * - Dynamic token lists must be NULL-terminated to generate usable
 *   commands.
 *
 * @code
 *
 * // Assuming first and third arguments are respectively named "token_p"
 * // and "token":
 *
 * int index = token - inst->tokens;
 *
 * if (!index) {
 *     [...] // Clean up internal context if any.
 * }
 * [...] // Then set up dyn_token according to index.
 *
 * if (no_more_tokens)
 *     *token_p = NULL;
 * else
 *     *token_p = &dyn_token;
 *
 * @endcode
 */
struct cmdline_inst {
	/* f(parsed_struct, data) */
	void (*f)(void *, struct cmdline *, void *);
	void *data;
	const char *help_str;
	cmdline_parse_token_hdr_t *tokens[];
};
typedef struct cmdline_inst cmdline_parse_inst_t;

/**
 * A context is identified by its name, and contains a list of
 * instruction
 *
 */
typedef cmdline_parse_inst_t *cmdline_parse_ctx_t;

/**
 * Try to parse a buffer according to the specified context. The
 * argument buf must ends with "\n\0". The function returns
 * CMDLINE_PARSE_AMBIGUOUS, CMDLINE_PARSE_NOMATCH or
 * CMDLINE_PARSE_BAD_ARGS on error. Else it calls the associated
 * function (defined in the context) and returns 0
 * (CMDLINE_PARSE_SUCCESS).
 */
int cmdline_parse(struct cmdline *cl, const char *buf);

/**
 * complete() must be called with *state==0 (try to complete) or
 * with *state==-1 (just display choices), then called without
 * modifying *state until it returns CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETED_BUFFER or
 * CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETED_BUFFER.
 *
 * It returns < 0 on error.
 *
 * Else it returns:
 *   - CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETED_BUFFER on completion (one possible
 *     choice). In this case, the chars are appended in dst buffer.
 *   - CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETE_AGAIN if there is several possible
 *     choices. In this case, you must call the function again,
 *     keeping the value of state intact.
 *   - CMDLINE_PARSE_COMPLETED_BUFFER when the iteration is
 *     finished. The dst is not valid for this last call.
 *
 * The returned dst buf ends with \0.
 */
int cmdline_complete(struct cmdline *cl, const char *buf, int *state,
		     char *dst, unsigned int size);


/* return true if(!c || iscomment(c) || isblank(c) ||
 * isendofline(c)) */
int cmdline_isendoftoken(char c);

/* return true if(!c || iscomment(c) || isendofline(c)) */
int cmdline_isendofcommand(char c);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* _CMDLINE_PARSE_H_ */