GCC Middle and Back End API Reference
pretty_printer Class Reference

#include <pretty-print.h>

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Public Member Functions

 pretty_printer (int=0)
 
 pretty_printer (const pretty_printer &other)
 
virtual ~pretty_printer ()
 
virtual pretty_printerclone () const
 
void set_output_stream (FILE *outfile)
 
void set_prefix (char *prefix)
 
void emit_prefix ()
 
void format (text_info *text, const urlifier *urlifier)
 
void maybe_space ()
 
bool supports_urls_p () const
 
diagnostic_url_format get_url_format () const
 
void set_url_format (diagnostic_url_format url_format)
 
void begin_url (const char *url)
 
void end_url ()
 
pp_wrapping_mode_t set_verbatim_wrapping ()
 
void set_padding (pp_padding padding)
 
pp_padding get_padding () const
 
void clear_state ()
 
void set_real_maximum_length ()
 
int remaining_character_count_for_line ()
 

Private Attributes

output_bufferm_buffer
 
char * m_prefix
 
pp_padding m_padding
 
int m_maximum_length
 
int m_indent_skip
 
pp_wrapping_mode_t m_wrapping
 
printer_fn m_format_decoder
 
format_postprocessorm_format_postprocessor
 
bool m_emitted_prefix
 
bool m_need_newline
 
bool m_translate_identifiers
 
bool m_show_color
 
diagnostic_url_format m_url_format
 
bool m_skipping_null_url
 

Friends

output_buffer *& pp_buffer (pretty_printer *pp)
 
output_bufferpp_buffer (const pretty_printer *pp)
 
const char * pp_get_prefix (const pretty_printer *pp)
 
char * pp_take_prefix (pretty_printer *pp)
 
void pp_destroy_prefix (pretty_printer *pp)
 
int & pp_line_cutoff (pretty_printer *pp)
 
diagnostic_prefixing_rule_tpp_prefixing_rule (pretty_printer *pp)
 
const diagnostic_prefixing_rule_tpp_prefixing_rule (const pretty_printer *pp)
 
pp_wrapping_mode_tpp_wrapping_mode (pretty_printer *pp)
 
boolpp_needs_newline (pretty_printer *pp)
 
int & pp_indentation (pretty_printer *pp)
 
boolpp_translate_identifiers (pretty_printer *pp)
 
boolpp_show_color (pretty_printer *pp)
 
printer_fnpp_format_decoder (pretty_printer *pp)
 
format_postprocessor *& pp_format_postprocessor (pretty_printer *pp)
 

Detailed Description

The data structure that contains the bare minimum required to do
proper pretty-printing.  Clients may derive from this structure
and add additional fields they need.   

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ pretty_printer() [1/2]

pretty_printer::pretty_printer ( int maximum_length = 0)
explicit
Construct a PRETTY-PRINTER of MAXIMUM_LENGTH characters per line.   

References DIAGNOSTICS_SHOW_PREFIX_ONCE, NULL, pp_line_cutoff, pp_prefixing_rule, and pp_set_prefix().

Referenced by clone().

◆ pretty_printer() [2/2]

pretty_printer::pretty_printer ( const pretty_printer & other)
explicit

◆ ~pretty_printer()

pretty_printer::~pretty_printer ( )
virtual

Member Function Documentation

◆ begin_url()

void pretty_printer::begin_url ( const char * url)
Support for encoding URLs.
See egmontkob/Hyperlinks_in_Terminal_Emulators.md
( https://gist.github.com/egmontkob/eb114294efbcd5adb1944c9f3cb5feda ).

> A hyperlink is opened upon encountering an OSC 8 escape sequence with
> the target URI. The syntax is
>
>  OSC 8 ; params ; URI ST
>
> A hyperlink is closed with the same escape sequence, omitting the
> parameters and the URI but keeping the separators:
>
> OSC 8 ; ; ST
>
> OSC (operating system command) is typically ESC ].

Use BEL instead of ST, as that is currently rendered better in some
terminal emulators that don't support OSC 8, like konsole.   
If URL-printing is enabled, write an "open URL" escape sequence to PP
for the given URL.   

References gcc_unreachable, m_skipping_null_url, m_url_format, pp_string(), URL_FORMAT_BEL, URL_FORMAT_NONE, and URL_FORMAT_ST.

Referenced by format().

◆ clear_state()

void pretty_printer::clear_state ( )
inline
Clear this pretty_printer's output state.   

References m_emitted_prefix, and pp_indentation.

Referenced by format(), pp_flush(), and pp_really_flush().

◆ clone()

pretty_printer * pretty_printer::clone ( ) const
virtual
Base class implementation of pretty_printer::clone vfunc.   

References pretty_printer().

Referenced by attr_access::array_as_string().

◆ emit_prefix()

void pretty_printer::emit_prefix ( )

◆ end_url()

void pretty_printer::end_url ( )
If URL-printing is enabled, write a "close URL" escape sequence to PP.   

References get_end_url_string(), m_skipping_null_url, m_url_format, pp_string(), and URL_FORMAT_NONE.

◆ format()

void pretty_printer::format ( text_info * text,
const urlifier * urlifier )
The following format specifiers are recognized as being client independent:
%d, %i: (signed) integer in base ten.
%u: unsigned integer in base ten.
%o: unsigned integer in base eight.
%x: unsigned integer in base sixteen.
%ld, %li, %lo, %lu, %lx: long versions of the above.
%lld, %lli, %llo, %llu, %llx: long long versions.
%wd, %wi, %wo, %wu, %wx: HOST_WIDE_INT versions.
%zd, %zi, %zo, %zu, %zx: size_t versions.
%td, %ti, %to, %tu, %tx: ptrdiff_t versions.
%f: double
%c: character.
%s: string.
%p: pointer (printed in a host-dependent manner).
%r: if pp_show_color(pp), switch to color identified by const char *.
%R: if pp_show_color(pp), reset color.
%m: strerror(text->err_no) - does not consume a value from args_ptr.
%%: '%'.
%<: opening quote.
%>: closing quote.
%{: URL start.  Consumes a const char * argument for the URL.
%}: URL end.    Does not consume any arguments.
%': apostrophe (should only be used in untranslated messages;
    translations should use appropriate punctuation directly).
%@: diagnostic_event_id_ptr, for which event_id->known_p () must be true.
%.*s: a substring the length of which is specified by an argument
      integer.
%Ns: likewise, but length specified as constant in the format string.
Flag 'q': quote formatted text (must come immediately after '%').
%Z: Requires two arguments - array of int, and len. Prints elements
of the array.

Arguments can be used sequentially, or through %N$ resp. *N$
notation Nth argument after the format string.  If %N$ / *N$
notation is used, it must be used for all arguments, except %m, %%,
%<, %>, %} and %', which may not have a number, as they do not consume
an argument.  When %M$.*N$s is used, M must be N + 1.  (This may
also be written %M$.*s, provided N is not otherwise used.)  The
format string must have conversion specifiers with argument numbers
1 up to highest argument; each argument may only be used once.
A format string can have at most 30 arguments.   
Implementation of pp_format.
Formatting phases 1 and 2: render TEXT->format_spec plus
text->m_args_ptr into a series of chunks in pp_buffer (PP)->args[].
Phase 3 is in pp_output_formatted_text.

If URLIFIER is non-NULL, then use it to add URLs for quoted
strings, so that e.g.
  "before %<quoted%> after"
with a URLIFIER that has a URL for "quoted" might be emitted as:
  "before `BEGIN_URL(http://example.com)quotedEND_URL' after"
This is handled here for message fragments that are:
- quoted entirely in phase 1 (e.g. "%<this is quoted%>"), or
- quoted entirely in phase 2 (e.g. "%qs"),
Quoted fragments that use a mixture of both phases
(e.g. "%<this is a mixture: %s %>")
are stashed into the output_buffer's m_quotes for use in phase 3.   

References begin_url(), output_buffer::chunk_obstack, clear_state(), close_quote, colorize_start(), colorize_stop(), output_buffer::cur_chunk_array, end(), output_buffer::formatted_obstack, gcc_assert, gcc_unreachable, get_end_url_string(), format_postprocessor::handle(), HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT, HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_HEX, HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_UNSIGNED, i, diagnostic_event_id_t::known_p(), output_buffer::line_length, chunk_info::m_args, text_info::m_args_ptr, m_buffer, text_info::m_err_no, m_format_decoder, m_format_postprocessor, text_info::m_format_spec, chunk_info::m_prev, chunk_info::m_quotes, m_show_color, output_buffer::obstack, chunk_info::on_begin_quote(), chunk_info::on_end_quote(), diagnostic_event_id_t::one_based(), open_quote, pp_append_text(), pp_begin_quote(), pp_character(), pp_comma, pp_decimal_int, pp_double, pp_end_quote(), pp_format_decoder, pp_integer_with_precision, PP_NL_ARGMAX, pp_pointer, pp_quoted_string(), pp_scalar, pp_set_verbatim_wrapping(), pp_space, pp_string(), pp_wide_integer(), and pp_wrapping_mode.

◆ get_padding()

pp_padding pretty_printer::get_padding ( ) const
inline

References m_padding.

◆ get_url_format()

diagnostic_url_format pretty_printer::get_url_format ( ) const
inline

References m_url_format.

Referenced by get_end_url_string(), and urlify_quoted_string().

◆ maybe_space()

void pretty_printer::maybe_space ( )
Maybe print out a whitespace if needed.   

References m_padding, pp_none, and pp_space.

◆ remaining_character_count_for_line()

int pretty_printer::remaining_character_count_for_line ( )
Return the amount of characters PRETTY-PRINTER can accept to
make a full line.  Meaningful only in line-wrapping mode.   

References output_buffer::line_length, m_maximum_length, and pp_buffer.

Referenced by pp_character(), and pp_wrap_text().

◆ set_output_stream()

◆ set_padding()

void pretty_printer::set_padding ( pp_padding padding)
inline

References m_padding.

◆ set_prefix()

void pretty_printer::set_prefix ( char * prefix)
Set PREFIX for PRETTY-PRINTER, taking ownership of PREFIX, which
will eventually be free-ed.   

References free(), m_emitted_prefix, m_prefix, pp_indentation, and set_real_maximum_length().

Referenced by lhd_print_error_function().

◆ set_real_maximum_length()

void pretty_printer::set_real_maximum_length ( )
Subroutine of pp_set_maximum_length.  Set up PRETTY-PRINTER's
internal maximum characters per line.   

References DIAGNOSTICS_SHOW_PREFIX_NEVER, DIAGNOSTICS_SHOW_PREFIX_ONCE, m_maximum_length, m_prefix, pp_is_wrapping_line, pp_line_cutoff, and pp_prefixing_rule.

Referenced by pp_set_line_maximum_length(), and set_prefix().

◆ set_url_format()

void pretty_printer::set_url_format ( diagnostic_url_format url_format)
inline

◆ set_verbatim_wrapping()

pp_wrapping_mode_t pretty_printer::set_verbatim_wrapping ( )
inline

◆ supports_urls_p()

Friends And Related Symbol Documentation

◆ pp_buffer [1/2]

output_buffer * pp_buffer ( const pretty_printer * pp)
friend

◆ pp_buffer [2/2]

◆ pp_destroy_prefix

void pp_destroy_prefix ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
Free PRETTY-PRINTER's prefix, a previously malloc()'d string.   

◆ pp_format_decoder

printer_fn & pp_format_decoder ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend

◆ pp_format_postprocessor

format_postprocessor *& pp_format_postprocessor ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend

◆ pp_get_prefix

const char * pp_get_prefix ( const pretty_printer * pp)
friend

◆ pp_indentation

int & pp_indentation ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
The amount of whitespace to be emitted when starting a new line.   

Referenced by clear_state(), emit_prefix(), and set_prefix().

◆ pp_line_cutoff

int & pp_line_cutoff ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
Maximum characters per line in automatic line wrapping mode.
Zero means don't wrap lines.   

Referenced by pretty_printer(), pretty_printer(), set_real_maximum_length(), and set_verbatim_wrapping().

◆ pp_needs_newline

bool & pp_needs_newline ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
TRUE if a newline character needs to be added before further
formatting.   

◆ pp_prefixing_rule [1/2]

const diagnostic_prefixing_rule_t & pp_prefixing_rule ( const pretty_printer * pp)
friend

◆ pp_prefixing_rule [2/2]

diagnostic_prefixing_rule_t & pp_prefixing_rule ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
Prefixing rule used in formatting a diagnostic message.   

Referenced by emit_prefix(), pretty_printer(), pretty_printer(), set_real_maximum_length(), and set_verbatim_wrapping().

◆ pp_show_color

bool & pp_show_color ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
True if colors should be shown.   

◆ pp_take_prefix

char * pp_take_prefix ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
Take ownership of PP's prefix, setting it to NULL.
This allows clients to save, override, and then restore an existing
prefix, without it being free-ed.   

◆ pp_translate_identifiers

bool & pp_translate_identifiers ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
True if identifiers are translated to the locale character set on
output.   

◆ pp_wrapping_mode

pp_wrapping_mode_t & pp_wrapping_mode ( pretty_printer * pp)
friend
Get or set the wrapping mode as a single entity.   

Referenced by format(), and set_verbatim_wrapping().

Field Documentation

◆ m_buffer

output_buffer* pretty_printer::m_buffer
private

◆ m_emitted_prefix

bool pretty_printer::m_emitted_prefix
private

◆ m_format_decoder

printer_fn pretty_printer::m_format_decoder
private

Referenced by format().

◆ m_format_postprocessor

format_postprocessor* pretty_printer::m_format_postprocessor
private

◆ m_indent_skip

int pretty_printer::m_indent_skip
private

◆ m_maximum_length

int pretty_printer::m_maximum_length
private

◆ m_need_newline

bool pretty_printer::m_need_newline
private

◆ m_padding

pp_padding pretty_printer::m_padding
private

◆ m_prefix

char* pretty_printer::m_prefix
private

◆ m_show_color

bool pretty_printer::m_show_color
private

Referenced by format().

◆ m_skipping_null_url

bool pretty_printer::m_skipping_null_url
private

Referenced by begin_url(), and end_url().

◆ m_translate_identifiers

bool pretty_printer::m_translate_identifiers
private

◆ m_url_format

diagnostic_url_format pretty_printer::m_url_format
private

◆ m_wrapping

pp_wrapping_mode_t pretty_printer::m_wrapping
private

The documentation for this class was generated from the following files: