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27 // #include "kvec.h"
28 // int main() {
29 // kvec_t(int) array = KV_INITIAL_VALUE;
30 // kv_push(array, 10); // append
31 // kv_a(array, 20) = 5; // dynamic
32 // kv_A(array, 20) = 4; // static
33 // kv_destroy(array);
34 // return 0;
35 // }
36 
37 #ifndef NVIM_LIB_KVEC_H
38 #define NVIM_LIB_KVEC_H
39 
40 #include <stdlib.h>
41 #include <string.h>
42 
43 #include "nvim/memory.h"
44 #include "nvim/os/os_defs.h"
45 
46 #define kv_roundup32(x) \
47  ((--(x)), \
48  ((x)|=(x)>>1, (x)|=(x)>>2, (x)|=(x)>>4, (x)|=(x)>>8, (x)|=(x)>>16), \
49  (++(x)))
50 
51 #define KV_INITIAL_VALUE { .size = 0, .capacity = 0, .items = NULL }
52 
53 #define kvec_t(type) \
54  struct { \
55  size_t size; \
56  size_t capacity; \
57  type *items; \
58  }
59 
60 #define kv_init(v) ((v).size = (v).capacity = 0, (v).items = 0)
61 #define kv_destroy(v) \
62  do { \
63  xfree((v).items); \
64  kv_init(v); \
65  } while (0)
66 #define kv_A(v, i) ((v).items[(i)])
67 #define kv_pop(v) ((v).items[--(v).size])
68 #define kv_size(v) ((v).size)
69 #define kv_max(v) ((v).capacity)
70 #define kv_Z(v, i) kv_A(v, kv_size(v) - (i) - 1)
71 #define kv_last(v) kv_Z(v, 0)
72 
79 #define kv_drop(v, n) ((v).size -= (n))
80 
81 #define kv_resize(v, s) \
82  ((v).capacity = (s), \
83  (v).items = xrealloc((v).items, sizeof((v).items[0]) * (v).capacity))
84 
85 #define kv_resize_full(v) \
86  kv_resize(v, (v).capacity ? (v).capacity << 1 : 8)
87 
88 #define kv_copy(v1, v0) \
89  do { \
90  if ((v1).capacity < (v0).size) { \
91  kv_resize(v1, (v0).size); \
92  } \
93  (v1).size = (v0).size; \
94  memcpy((v1).items, (v0).items, sizeof((v1).items[0]) * (v0).size); \
95  } while (0)
96 
97 #define kv_splice(v1, v0) \
98  do { \
99  if ((v1).capacity < (v1).size + (v0).size) { \
100  (v1).capacity = (v1).size + (v0).size; \
101  kv_roundup32((v1).capacity); \
102  kv_resize((v1), (v1).capacity); \
103  } \
104  memcpy((v1).items + (v1).size, (v0).items, sizeof((v1).items[0]) * (v0).size); \
105  (v1).size = (v1).size + (v0).size; \
106  } while (0)
107 
108 #define kv_pushp(v) \
109  ((((v).size == (v).capacity) ? (kv_resize_full(v), 0) : 0), \
110  ((v).items + ((v).size++)))
111 
112 #define kv_push(v, x) \
113  (*kv_pushp(v) = (x))
114 
115 
116 #define kv_a(v, i) \
117  (*(((v).capacity <= (size_t)(i) \
118  ? ((v).capacity = (v).size = (i) + 1, \
119  kv_roundup32((v).capacity), \
120  kv_resize((v), (v).capacity), 0UL) \
121  : ((v).size <= (size_t)(i) \
122  ? (v).size = (i) + 1 \
123  : 0UL)), \
124  &(v).items[(i)]))
125 
134 #define kvec_withinit_t(type, INIT_SIZE) \
135  struct { \
136  size_t size; \
137  size_t capacity; \
138  type *items; \
139  type init_array[INIT_SIZE]; \
140  }
141 
145 #define kvi_init(v) \
146  ((v).capacity = ARRAY_SIZE((v).init_array), \
147  (v).size = 0, \
148  (v).items = (v).init_array)
149 
151 static inline void *_memcpy_free(void *const restrict dest, void *const restrict src,
152  const size_t size)
154 {
155  memcpy(dest, src, size);
156  XFREE_CLEAR(src);
157  return dest;
158 }
159 
160 // -V:kvi_push:512
161 
169 #define kvi_resize(v, s) \
170  ((v).capacity = ((s) > ARRAY_SIZE((v).init_array) \
171  ? (s) \
172  : ARRAY_SIZE((v).init_array)), \
173  (v).items = ((v).capacity == ARRAY_SIZE((v).init_array) \
174  ? ((v).items == (v).init_array \
175  ? (v).items \
176  : _memcpy_free((v).init_array, (v).items, \
177  (v).size * sizeof((v).items[0]))) \
178  : ((v).items == (v).init_array \
179  ? memcpy(xmalloc((v).capacity * sizeof((v).items[0])), \
180  (v).items, \
181  (v).size * sizeof((v).items[0])) \
182  : xrealloc((v).items, \
183  (v).capacity * sizeof((v).items[0])))))
184 
188 #define kvi_resize_full(v) \
189  /* ARRAY_SIZE((v).init_array) is the minimal capacity of this vector. */ \
190  /* Thus when vector is full capacity may not be zero and it is safe */ \
191  /* not to bother with checking whether (v).capacity is 0. But now */ \
192  /* capacity is not guaranteed to have size that is a power of 2, it is */ \
193  /* hard to fix this here and is not very necessary if users will use */ \
194  /* 2^x initial array size. */ \
195  kvi_resize(v, (v).capacity << 1)
196 
202 #define kvi_pushp(v) \
203  ((((v).size == (v).capacity) ? (kvi_resize_full(v), 0) : 0), \
204  ((v).items + ((v).size++)))
205 
210 #define kvi_push(v, x) \
211  (*kvi_pushp(v) = (x))
212 
216 #define kvi_destroy(v) \
217  do { \
218  if ((v).items != (v).init_array) { \
219  XFREE_CLEAR((v).items); \
220  } \
221  } while (0)
222 
223 #endif // NVIM_LIB_KVEC_H
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