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Rev. 7b00b56bfbf3446f786255c6fee3f39c715b1a35
Size 3,773 bytes
Time 2020-07-04 19:11:41
Author simphone
Log Message

electric fence 2.1 win32

Content

#include "efence.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#ifndef _WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <signal.h>

/*
 * These routines do their printing without using stdio. Stdio can't
 * be used because it calls malloc(). Internal routines of a malloc()
 * debugger should not re-enter malloc(), so stdio is out.
 */

/*
 * NUMBER_BUFFER_SIZE is the longest character string that could be needed
 * to represent an unsigned integer, assuming we might print in base 2.
 */
#define	NUMBER_BUFFER_SIZE	(sizeof(ef_number) * NBBY)

#ifdef _WIN32
void write(int fileno, char *buf, size_t size)
{
    char scratch[2] = { 0, 0 };
    
    /* This will be insanely slow, but it should work with almost no memory overhead */
    while (size--) {
	scratch[0] = *buf++;
	OutputDebugString(scratch);
    }
}
#endif

static void
printNumber(ef_number number, ef_number base)
{
	char		buffer[NUMBER_BUFFER_SIZE];
	char *		s = &buffer[NUMBER_BUFFER_SIZE];
	int		size;
	
	do {
		ef_number	digit;

		if ( --s == buffer )
			EF_Abort("Internal error printing number.");

		digit = number % base;

		if ( digit < 10 )
			*s = '0' + digit;
		else
			*s = 'a' + digit - 10;

	} while ( (number /= base) > 0 );

	size = &buffer[NUMBER_BUFFER_SIZE] - s;

	if ( size > 0 )
		write(2, s, size);
}

static void
vprint(const char * pattern, va_list args)
{
	static const char	bad_pattern[] =
	 "\nBad pattern specifier %%%c in EF_Print().\n";
	const char *	s = pattern;
	char		c;

	while ( (c = *s++) != '\0' ) {
		if ( c == '%' ) {
			c = *s++;
			switch ( c ) {
			case '%':
				(void) write(2, &c, 1);
				break;
			case 'a':
				/*
				 * Print an address passed as a void pointer.
				 * The type of ef_number must be set so that
				 * it is large enough to contain all of the
				 * bits of a void pointer.
				 */
				printNumber(
				 (ef_number)va_arg(args, void *)
				,0x10);
				break;
			case 's':
				{
					const char *	string;
					size_t		length;

					string = va_arg(args, char *);
					length = strlen(string);

					(void) write(2, string, length);
				}
				break;
			case 'd':
				{
					int	n = va_arg(args, int);

					if ( n < 0 ) {
						char	c = '-';
						write(2, &c, 1);
						n = -n;
					}
					printNumber(n, 10);
				}
				break;
			case 'x':
				printNumber(va_arg(args, u_int), 0x10);
				break;
			case 'c':
			        { /*Cast used, since char gets promoted to int in ... */
					char	c = (char) va_arg(args, int);
					
					(void) write(2, &c, 1);
				}
				break;
			default:
				{
					EF_Print(bad_pattern, c);
				}
		
			}
		}
		else
			(void) write(2, &c, 1);
	}
}

void
EF_Abort(const char * pattern, ...)
{
	va_list	args;

	va_start(args, pattern);

	EF_Print("\nElectricFence Aborting: ");
	vprint(pattern, args);
	EF_Print("\n");

	va_end(args);

	/*
	 * I use kill(getpid(), SIGILL) instead of abort() because some
	 * mis-guided implementations of abort() flush stdio, which can
	 * cause malloc() or free() to be called.
	 */
#ifdef _WIN32
	ExitProcess(-1);
#else
	kill(getpid(), SIGILL);
#endif
	/* Just in case something handles SIGILL and returns, exit here. */
	_exit(-1);
}

void
EF_Exit(const char * pattern, ...)
{
	va_list	args;

	va_start(args, pattern);

	EF_Print("\nElectricFence Exiting: ");
	vprint(pattern, args);
	EF_Print("\n");

	va_end(args);

	/*
	 * I use _exit() because the regular exit() flushes stdio,
	 * which may cause malloc() or free() to be called.
	 */
	_exit(-1);
}

void
EF_Print(const char * pattern, ...)
{
	va_list	args;

	va_start(args, pattern);
	vprint(pattern, args);
	va_end(args);
}
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