pr/src/io/prlog.c
author cvs2hg
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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/*
 * The contents of this file are subject to the Netscape Public License
 * Version 1.1 (the "NPL"); you may not use this file except in
 * compliance with the NPL.  You may obtain a copy of the NPL at
 * http://www.mozilla.org/NPL/
 * 
 * Software distributed under the NPL is distributed on an "AS IS" basis,
 * WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the NPL
 * for the specific language governing rights and limitations under the
 * NPL.
 * 
 * The Initial Developer of this code under the NPL is Netscape
 * Communications Corporation.  Portions created by Netscape are
 * Copyright (C) 1998 Netscape Communications Corporation.  All Rights
 * Reserved.
 *
 * Contributors:
 *
 * This Original Code has been modified by IBM Corporation.
 * Modifications made by IBM described herein are
 * Copyright (c) International Business Machines Corporation, 2000.
 * Modifications to Mozilla code or documentation identified per
 * MPL Section 3.3
 *
 * Date         Modified by     Description of modification
 * 04/10/2000   IBM Corp.       Added DebugBreak() definitions for OS/2
 */

#include "primpl.h"
#include "prenv.h"
#include "prprf.h"
#include <string.h>

/*
 * Lock used to lock the log.
 *
 * We can't define _PR_LOCK_LOG simply as PR_Lock because PR_Lock may
 * contain assertions.  We have to avoid assertions in _PR_LOCK_LOG
 * because PR_ASSERT calls PR_LogPrint, which in turn calls _PR_LOCK_LOG.
 * This can lead to infinite recursion.
 */
static PRLock *_pr_logLock;
#if defined(_PR_PTHREADS) || defined(_PR_BTHREADS)
#define _PR_LOCK_LOG() PR_Lock(_pr_logLock);
#define _PR_UNLOCK_LOG() PR_Unlock(_pr_logLock);
#elif defined(_PR_GLOBAL_THREADS_ONLY)
#define _PR_LOCK_LOG() { _PR_LOCK_LOCK(_pr_logLock)
#define _PR_UNLOCK_LOG() _PR_LOCK_UNLOCK(_pr_logLock); }
#else

#define _PR_LOCK_LOG() \
{ \
    PRIntn _is; \
    PRThread *_me = _PR_MD_CURRENT_THREAD(); \
    if (!_PR_IS_NATIVE_THREAD(_me)) \
        _PR_INTSOFF(_is); \
    _PR_LOCK_LOCK(_pr_logLock)

#define _PR_UNLOCK_LOG() \
    _PR_LOCK_UNLOCK(_pr_logLock); \
    PR_ASSERT(_me == _PR_MD_CURRENT_THREAD()); \
    if (!_PR_IS_NATIVE_THREAD(_me)) \
        _PR_INTSON(_is); \
}

#endif

#if defined(XP_PC)
#define strcasecmp stricmp
#define strncasecmp strnicmp
#endif

/*
 * On NT, we can't define _PUT_LOG as PR_Write or _PR_MD_WRITE,
 * because every asynchronous file io operation leads to a fiber context
 * switch.  So we define _PUT_LOG as fputs (from stdio.h).  A side
 * benefit is that fputs handles the LF->CRLF translation.  This
 * code can also be used on other platforms with file stream io.
 */
#if defined(WIN32) || defined(XP_OS2)
#define _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING
#endif

/*
** Coerce Win32 log output to use OutputDebugString() when
** NSPR_LOG_FILE is set to "WinDebug".
*/
#if defined(XP_PC)
#define WIN32_DEBUG_FILE (FILE*)-2
#endif

/* Macros used to reduce #ifdef pollution */

#if defined(_PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING)
#define _PUT_LOG(fd, buf, nb) {fputs(buf, fd); fflush(fd);}
#elif defined(_PR_PTHREADS)
#define _PUT_LOG(fd, buf, nb) PR_Write(fd, buf, nb)
#elif defined(XP_MAC)
#define _PUT_LOG(fd, buf, nb) _PR_MD_WRITE_SYNC(fd, buf, nb)
#else
#define _PUT_LOG(fd, buf, nb) _PR_MD_WRITE(fd, buf, nb)
#endif

/************************************************************************/

static PRLogModuleInfo *logModules;

static char *logBuf = NULL;
static char *logp;
static char *logEndp;
#ifdef _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING
static FILE *logFile = NULL;
#else
static PRFileDesc *logFile = 0;
#endif

#define LINE_BUF_SIZE                200
#define DEFAULT_BUF_SIZE        16384

#ifdef _PR_NEED_STRCASECMP

/*
 * strcasecmp is defined in /usr/ucblib/libucb.a on some platforms
 * such as NCR and Unixware.  Linking with both libc and libucb
 * may cause some problem, so I just provide our own implementation
 * of strcasecmp here.
 */

static const unsigned char uc[] =
{
    '\000', '\001', '\002', '\003', '\004', '\005', '\006', '\007',
    '\010', '\011', '\012', '\013', '\014', '\015', '\016', '\017',
    '\020', '\021', '\022', '\023', '\024', '\025', '\026', '\027',
    '\030', '\031', '\032', '\033', '\034', '\035', '\036', '\037',
    ' ',    '!',    '"',    '#',    '$',    '%',    '&',    '\'',
    '(',    ')',    '*',    '+',    ',',    '-',    '.',    '/',
    '0',    '1',    '2',    '3',    '4',    '5',    '6',    '7',
    '8',    '9',    ':',    ';',    '<',    '=',    '>',    '?',
    '@',    'A',    'B',    'C',    'D',    'E',    'F',    'G',
    'H',    'I',    'J',    'K',    'L',    'M',    'N',    'O',
    'P',    'Q',    'R',    'S',    'T',    'U',    'V',    'W',
    'X',    'Y',    'Z',    '[',    '\\',   ']',    '^',    '_',
    '`',    'A',    'B',    'C',    'D',    'E',    'F',    'G',
    'H',    'I',    'J',    'K',    'L',    'M',    'N',    'O',
    'P',    'Q',    'R',    'S',    'T',    'U',    'V',    'W',
    'X',    'Y',    'Z',    '{',    '|',    '}',    '~',    '\177'
};

PRIntn strcasecmp(const char *a, const char *b)
{
    const unsigned char *ua = (const unsigned char *)a;
    const unsigned char *ub = (const unsigned char *)b;

    if( ((const char *)0 == a) || (const char *)0 == b ) 
        return (PRIntn)(a-b);

    while( (uc[*ua] == uc[*ub]) && ('\0' != *a) )
    {
        a++;
        ua++;
        ub++;
    }

    return (PRIntn)(uc[*ua] - uc[*ub]);
}

#endif /* _PR_NEED_STRCASECMP */

void _PR_InitLog(void)
{
    char *ev;

    _pr_logLock = PR_NewLock();

    ev = PR_GetEnv("NSPR_LOG_MODULES");
    if (ev && ev[0]) {
        char module[64];
        PRBool isSync = PR_FALSE;
        PRIntn evlen = strlen(ev), pos = 0;
        PRInt32 bufSize = DEFAULT_BUF_SIZE;
        while (pos < evlen) {
            PRIntn level = 1, count = 0, delta = 0;
            count = sscanf(&ev[pos], "%64[A-Za-z0-9]%n:%d%n",
                           module, &delta, &level, &delta);
            pos += delta;
            if (count == 0) break;

            /*
            ** If count == 2, then we got module and level. If count
            ** == 1, then level defaults to 1 (module enabled).
            */
            if (strcasecmp(module, "sync") == 0) {
                isSync = PR_TRUE;
            } else if (strcasecmp(module, "bufsize") == 0) {
                if (level >= LINE_BUF_SIZE) {
                    bufSize = level;
                }
            } else {
                PRLogModuleInfo *lm = logModules;
                PRBool skip_modcheck =
                    (0 == strcasecmp (module, "all")) ? PR_TRUE : PR_FALSE;

                while (lm != NULL) {
                    if (skip_modcheck) lm -> level = (PRLogModuleLevel)level;
                    else if (strcasecmp(module, lm->name) == 0) {
                        lm->level = (PRLogModuleLevel)level;
                        break;
                    }
                    lm = lm->next;
                }
            }
            /*found:*/
            count = sscanf(&ev[pos], " , %n", &delta);
            pos += delta;
            if (count == -1) break;
        }
        PR_SetLogBuffering(isSync ? bufSize : 0);

        ev = PR_GetEnv("NSPR_LOG_FILE");
        if (ev && ev[0]) {
            if (!PR_SetLogFile(ev)) {
#ifdef XP_PC
                char* str = PR_smprintf("Unable to create nspr log file '%s'\n", ev);
                if (str) {
                    OutputDebugString(str);
                    PR_smprintf_free(str);
                }
#else
                fprintf(stderr, "Unable to create nspr log file '%s'\n", ev);
#endif
            }
        } else {
#ifdef _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING
            logFile = stderr;
#else
            logFile = _pr_stderr;
#endif
        }
    }
}

void _PR_LogCleanup(void)
{
    PR_LogFlush();

#ifdef _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING
    if (logFile && logFile != stdout && logFile != stderr) {
        fclose(logFile);
    }
#else
    if (logFile && logFile != _pr_stdout && logFile != _pr_stderr) {
        PR_Close(logFile);
    }
#endif
}

static void _PR_SetLogModuleLevel( PRLogModuleInfo *lm )
{
    char *ev;

    ev = PR_GetEnv("NSPR_LOG_MODULES");
    if (ev && ev[0]) {
        char module[64];
        PRIntn evlen = strlen(ev), pos = 0;
        while (pos < evlen) {
            PRIntn level = 1, count = 0, delta = 0;

            count = sscanf(&ev[pos], "%64[A-Za-z0-9]%n:%d%n",
                           module, &delta, &level, &delta);
            pos += delta;
            if (count == 0) break;

            /*
            ** If count == 2, then we got module and level. If count
            ** == 1, then level defaults to 1 (module enabled).
            */
            if (lm != NULL)
            {
                if ((strcasecmp(module, "all") == 0)
                    || (strcasecmp(module, lm->name) == 0))
                {
                    lm->level = (PRLogModuleLevel)level;
                }
            }
            count = sscanf(&ev[pos], " , %n", &delta);
            pos += delta;
            if (count == -1) break;
        }
    }
} /* end _PR_SetLogModuleLevel() */

PR_IMPLEMENT(PRLogModuleInfo*) PR_NewLogModule(const char *name)
{
    PRLogModuleInfo *lm;

        if (!_pr_initialized) _PR_ImplicitInitialization();

    lm = PR_NEWZAP(PRLogModuleInfo);
    if (lm) {
        lm->name = strdup(name);
        lm->level = PR_LOG_NONE;
        lm->next = logModules;
        logModules = lm;
    }
    _PR_SetLogModuleLevel(lm);
    return lm;
}

PR_IMPLEMENT(PRBool) PR_SetLogFile(const char *file)
{
#ifdef _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING
    FILE *newLogFile;

#ifdef XP_PC
    if ( strcmp( file, "WinDebug") == 0)
    {
        logFile = WIN32_DEBUG_FILE;
        return(PR_TRUE);
    }
#endif
    newLogFile = fopen(file, "w");
    if (newLogFile) {
        /* We do buffering ourselves. */
        setvbuf(newLogFile, NULL, _IONBF, 0);
        if (logFile && logFile != stdout && logFile != stderr) {
            fclose(logFile);
        }
        logFile = newLogFile;
    }
    return (PRBool) (newLogFile != 0);
#else
    PRFileDesc *newLogFile;

    newLogFile = PR_Open(file, PR_WRONLY|PR_CREATE_FILE, 0666);
    if (newLogFile) {
        if (logFile && logFile != _pr_stdout && logFile != _pr_stderr) {
            PR_Close(logFile);
        }
        logFile = newLogFile;
#if defined(XP_MAC)
        SetLogFileTypeCreator(file);
#endif
    }
    return (PRBool) (newLogFile != 0);
#endif /* _PR_USE_STDIO_FOR_LOGGING */
}

PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_SetLogBuffering(PRIntn buffer_size)
{
    PR_LogFlush();

    if (logBuf)
        PR_DELETE(logBuf);
    logBuf = 0;

    if (buffer_size >= LINE_BUF_SIZE) {
        logp = logBuf = (char*) PR_MALLOC(buffer_size);
        logEndp = logp + buffer_size;
    }
}

PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_LogPrint(const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list ap;
    char line[LINE_BUF_SIZE];
    PRUint32 nb;
    PRThread *me;

    if (!_pr_initialized) _PR_ImplicitInitialization();

    if (!logFile) {
        return;
    }

    va_start(ap, fmt);
    me = PR_GetCurrentThread();
    nb = PR_snprintf(line, sizeof(line)-1, "%ld[%p]: ",
#if defined(_PR_DCETHREADS)
             /* The problem is that for _PR_DCETHREADS, pthread_t is not a 
              * pointer, but a structure; so you can't easily print it...
              */
                     me ? &(me->id): 0L, me);
#elif defined(_PR_BTHREADS)
		     me, me);
#else
                     me ? me->id : 0L, me);
#endif

    nb += PR_vsnprintf(line+nb, sizeof(line)-nb-1, fmt, ap);
    if (nb && (line[nb-1] != '\n')) {
#ifndef XP_MAC
        line[nb++] = '\n';
#else
        line[nb++] = '\015';
#endif 
        line[nb] = '\0';
    } else {
#ifdef XP_MAC
        line[nb-1] = '\015';
#endif
    }
    va_end(ap);

    _PR_LOCK_LOG();
    if (logBuf == 0) {
#ifdef XP_PC
        if ( logFile == WIN32_DEBUG_FILE)
            OutputDebugString( line );
        else
            _PUT_LOG(logFile, line, nb);
#else
        _PUT_LOG(logFile, line, nb);
#endif
    } else {
        if (logp + nb > logEndp) {
            _PUT_LOG(logFile, logBuf, logp - logBuf);
            logp = logBuf;
        }
        memcpy(logp, line, nb);
        logp += nb;
    }
    _PR_UNLOCK_LOG();
    PR_LogFlush();
}

PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_LogFlush(void)
{
    if (logBuf && logFile) {
        _PR_LOCK_LOG();
            if (logp > logBuf) {
                _PUT_LOG(logFile, logBuf, logp - logBuf);
                logp = logBuf;
            }
        _PR_UNLOCK_LOG();
    }
}

PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_Abort(void)
{
    PR_LogPrint("Aborting");
    abort();
}

#ifdef DEBUG
#if defined(XP_OS2)
/*
 * Added definitions for DebugBreak() for 2 different OS/2 compilers.
 * Doing the int3 on purpose for Visual Age so that a developer can
 * step over the instruction if so desired.  Not always possible if
 * trapping due to exception handling IBM-AKR
 */
#if defined(XP_OS2_VACPP)
#include <builtin.h>
static void DebugBreak(void) { _interrupt(3); }
#elif defined(XP_OS2_EMX)
/* Force a trap */
static void DebugBreak(void) { int *pTrap=NULL; *pTrap = 1; }
#else
static void DebugBreak(void) { }
#endif
#endif /* XP_OS2 */

PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_Assert(const char *s, const char *file, PRIntn ln)
{
    PR_LogPrint("Assertion failure: %s, at %s:%d\n", s, file, ln);
#if defined(XP_UNIX) || defined(XP_OS2) || defined(XP_BEOS)
    fprintf(stderr, "Assertion failure: %s, at %s:%d\n", s, file, ln);
#endif
#ifdef XP_MAC
    dprintf("Assertion failure: %s, at %s:%d\n", s, file, ln);
#endif
#if defined(WIN32) || defined(XP_OS2)
    DebugBreak();
#endif
#ifndef XP_MAC
    abort();
#endif
}
#endif /* DEBUG */

#ifdef XP_MAC
PR_IMPLEMENT(void) PR_Init_Log(void)
{
	_PR_InitLog();
}
#endif