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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#
# Regenerate (overwriting only if changed):
#
#    overload.h
#    overload.c
#    lib/overload/numbers.pm
#
# from information stored in the DATA section of this file.
#
# This allows the order of overloading constants to be changed.
#
# Accepts the standard regen_lib -q and -v args.
#
# This script is normally invoked from regen.pl.

BEGIN {
    # Get function prototypes
    require 'regen_lib.pl';
}

use strict;

use File::Spec::Functions qw(catdir catfile);;

my (@enums, @names);
while (<DATA>) {
  next if /^#/;
  next if /^$/;
  my ($enum, $name) = /^(\S+)\s+(\S+)/ or die "Can't parse $_";
  push @enums, $enum;
  push @names, $name;
}

safer_unlink (catfile(qw(lib overload numbers.pm)));
my $c = safer_open("overload.c-new");
my $h = safer_open("overload.h-new");
mkdir("lib/overload") unless -d catdir(qw(lib overload));
my $p = safer_open(catfile(qw(lib overload numbers.pm)));


select $p;

{
local $" = "\n    ";
print <<"EOF";
# -*- buffer-read-only: t -*-
#
#   lib/overload/numbers.pm
#
#   Copyright (C) 2008 by Larry Wall and others
#
#   You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
#   License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file.
#
# !!!!!!!   DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE   !!!!!!!
# This file is built by overload.pl
#

package overload::numbers;

our \@names = qw#
    @names
#;

our \@enums = qw#
    @enums
#;

{ my \$i = 0; our %names = map { \$_ => \$i++ } \@names }

{ my \$i = 0; our %enums = map { \$_ => \$i++ } \@enums }

EOF
}


sub print_header {
  my $file = shift;
  print <<"EOF";
/* -*- buffer-read-only: t -*-
 *
 *    $file
 *
 *    Copyright (C) 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2007 by Larry Wall
 *    and others
 *
 *    You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
 *    License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file.
 *
 *  !!!!!!!   DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE   !!!!!!!
 *  This file is built by overload.pl
 */
EOF
}

select $c;
print_header('overload.c');

select $h;
print_header('overload.h');
print <<'EOF';

enum {
EOF

print "    ${_}_amg,\n", foreach @enums;

print <<'EOF';
    max_amg_code
    /* Do not leave a trailing comma here.  C9X allows it, C89 doesn't. */
};

#define NofAMmeth max_amg_code

EOF

print $c <<'EOF';

#define AMG_id2name(id) (PL_AMG_names[id]+1)
#define AMG_id2namelen(id) (PL_AMG_namelens[id]-1)

static const U8 PL_AMG_namelens[NofAMmeth] = {
EOF

my $last = pop @names;

print $c "    $_,\n" foreach map { length $_ } @names;

my $lastlen = length $last;
print $c <<"EOT";
    $lastlen
};

static const char * const PL_AMG_names[NofAMmeth] = {
  /* Names kept in the symbol table.  fallback => "()", the rest has
     "(" prepended.  The only other place in perl which knows about
     this convention is AMG_id2name (used for debugging output and
     'nomethod' only), the only other place which has it hardwired is
     overload.pm.  */
EOT

print $c "    \"$_\",\n" foreach map { s/(["\\"])/\\$1/g; $_ } @names;

print $c <<"EOT";
    "$last"
};
EOT

safer_close($h);
safer_close($c);
safer_close($p);
rename_if_different("overload.c-new", "overload.c");
rename_if_different("overload.h-new","overload.h");

__DATA__
# Fallback should be the first
fallback	()

# These 5 are the most common in the fallback switch statement in amagic_call
to_sv		(${}
to_av		(@{}
to_hv		(%{}
to_gv		(*{}
to_cv		(&{}

# These have non-default cases in that switch statement
inc		(++
dec		(--
bool_		(bool
numer		(0+
string		(""
not		(!
copy		(=
abs		(abs
neg		(neg
iter		(<>
int		(int

# These 12 feature in the next switch statement
lt		(<
le		(<=
gt		(>
ge		(>=
eq		(==
ne		(!=
slt		(lt
sle		(le
sgt		(gt
sge		(ge
seq		(eq
sne		(ne

nomethod	(nomethod
add		(+
add_ass		(+=
subtr		(-
subtr_ass	(-=
mult		(*
mult_ass	(*=
div		(/
div_ass		(/=
modulo		(%
modulo_ass	(%=
pow		(**
pow_ass		(**=
lshift		(<<
lshift_ass	(<<=
rshift		(>>
rshift_ass	(>>=
band		(&
band_ass	(&=
bor		(|
bor_ass		(|=
bxor		(^
bxor_ass	(^=
ncmp		(<=>
scmp		(cmp
compl		(~
atan2		(atan2
cos		(cos
sin		(sin
exp		(exp
log		(log
sqrt		(sqrt
repeat		(x
repeat_ass	(x=
concat		(.
concat_ass	(.=
smart		(~~
ftest           (-X
regexp          (qr
# Note: Perl_Gv_AMupdate() assumes that DESTROY is the last entry
DESTROY		DESTROY