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Add perfomrance check

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Miloslav Číž 2 years ago
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TODO.txt

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general:
- High pitch noise in SDL music AGAIN!
- Refactor.
- Port to OpenDingux.
- Port to some fantasy console?

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dingux/My_settings.h

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// Pokitto config required by PokittoLib
//#define PROJ_SHOW_FPS_COUNTER
#define PROJ_SCREENMODE 13
#define PROJ_MODE13 1
#define PROJ_ENABLE_SOUND 1

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dingux/constants.h

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/**
@file constants.h
This file contains definitions of game constants that are not considered
part of game settings and whose change can ffect the game balance and
playability, e.g. physics constants.
by Miloslav Ciz (drummyfish), 2019
Released under CC0 1.0 (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)
plus a waiver of all other intellectual property. The goal of this work is
be and remain completely in the public domain forever, available for any use
whatsoever.
*/
#ifndef _SFG_CONSTANTS_H
#define _SFG_CONSTANTS_H
/**
How quickly player moves, in squares per second.
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_SPEED 7
/**
Gravity acceleration in squares / (second^2).
*/
#define SFG_GRAVITY_ACCELERATION 30
/**
Initial upwards speed of player's jump, in squares per second.
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_SPEED 5
/**
Melee and close-up attack range, in RCL_Units.
*/
#define SFG_MELEE_RANGE 1600
/**
When a projectile is shot, it'll be offset by this distance (in RCL_Units)
from the shooter.
*/
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_SPAWN_OFFSET 256
/**
Player's melee hit range, in RCL_Units (RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE means full angle,
180 degrees to both sides).
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_MELEE_ANGLE 512
/**
How quickly elevators and squeezers move, in RCL_Unit per second.
*/
#define SFG_MOVING_WALL_SPEED 1024
/**
How quickly doors open and close, in RCL_Unit per second.
*/
#define SFG_DOOR_OPEN_SPEED 2048
/**
Helper special state value.
*/
#define SFG_CANT_SAVE 255
/**
Says the distance in RCL_Units at which level elements (items, monsters etc.)
are active.
*/
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_ACTIVE_DISTANCE (12 * 1024)
/**
Rate at which AI will be updated, which also affects how fast enemies will
appear.
*/
#define SFG_AI_FPS 4
/**
Says a probability (0 - 255) of the AI changing its state during one update
step.
*/
#define SFG_AI_RANDOM_CHANGE_PROBABILITY 40
/**
Distance at which level elements (sprites) collide, in RCL_Unit (1024 per
square).
*/
#define SFG_ELEMENT_COLLISION_RADIUS 1900
/**
Height, in RCL_Units, at which collisions happen with level elements
(sprites).
*/
#define SFG_ELEMENT_COLLISION_HEIGHT 1024
/**
Distance at which explosion does damage and throws away the player and
monsters, in RCL_Units.
*/
#define SFG_EXPLOSION_RADIUS 2048
/**
Distance in RCL_Units which the player is pushed away by an explosion.
*/
#define SFG_EXPLOSION_PUSH_AWAY_DISTANCE 1200
/**
How much damage triggers a barrel explosion.
*/
#define SFG_BARREL_EXPLOSION_DAMAGE_THRESHOLD 3
/**
Maximum player health.
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_MAX_HEALTH 125
/**
Start health of player.
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_START_HEALTH 100
/**
At which value health indicator shows a warning (red color).
*/
#define SFG_PLAYER_HEALTH_WARNING_LEVEL 20
/**
Amount of health that is increased by taking a health kit.
*/
#define SFG_HEALTH_KIT_VALUE 20
/**
How much randomness (positive and negative) will be added to damage
(e.g. by weapons, explosions, ...). This constant is is 0 to 255, 255 meaning
100% of the base value.
*/
#define SFG_DAMAGE_RANDOMNESS 64
/**
Height of monster collision BBox in RCL_Units.
*/
#define SFG_MONSTER_COLLISION_HEIGHT 1024
/**
Specifies key repeat delay, in ms.
*/
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY 500
/**
Specifies key repeat period, in ms.
*/
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD 150
/**
Angle in which multiple projectiles are spread, RCL_Units.
*/
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_SPREAD_ANGLE 100
#define SFG_MAX_MONSTERS 64
#define SFG_MAX_PROJECTILES 12
#define SFG_MAX_DOORS 32
#define SFG_AMMO_BULLETS 0
#define SFG_AMMO_ROCKETS 1
#define SFG_AMMO_PLASMA 2
#define SFG_AMMO_TOTAL 3
#define SFG_AMMO_NONE SFG_AMMO_TOTAL
#define SFG_AMMO_INCREASE_BULLETS 10
#define SFG_AMMO_INCREASE_ROCKETS 5
#define SFG_AMMO_INCREASE_PLASMA 8
#define SFG_AMMO_MAX_BULLETS 200
#define SFG_AMMO_MAX_ROCKETS 100
#define SFG_AMMO_MAX_PLASMA 150
/**
Duration of story text (intro/outro) in ms.
*/
#define SFG_STORYTEXT_DURATION 15000
/**
Time in ms of the player death animation.
*/
#define SFG_LOSE_ANIMATION_DURATION 2000
/**
Time in ms of the level win animation.
*/
#define SFG_WIN_ANIMATION_DURATION 2500
/**
Time in ms of the level start stage.
*/
#define SFG_LEVEL_START_DURATION 1500
/**
Vertical sprite size, in RCL_Units.
*/
#define SFG_BASE_SPRITE_SIZE RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE
// ----------------------------
// derived constants
#define SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X \
(SFG_SCREEN_RESOLUTION_X / SFG_RESOLUTION_SCALEDOWN)
#define SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y \
(SFG_SCREEN_RESOLUTION_Y / SFG_RESOLUTION_SCALEDOWN)
#define SFG_MS_PER_FRAME (1000 / SFG_FPS) // ms per frame with target FPS
#if SFG_MS_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_MS_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_MS_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY_FRAMES \
(SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY / SFG_MS_PER_FRAME)
#if SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY_FRAMES == 0
#undef SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY_FRAMES
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY_FRAMES 1
#endif
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD_FRAMES \
(SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD / SFG_MS_PER_FRAME)
#if SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD_FRAMES == 0
#undef SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD_FRAMES
#define SFG_KEY_REPEAT_PERIOD_FRAMES 1
#endif
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / (SFG_TEXTURE_SIZE * 5))
#if SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE == 0
#undef SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE 1
#endif
#define SFG_WEAPONBOB_OFFSET_PIXELS \
(SFG_WEAPONBOB_OFFSET * SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE)
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_POSITION_X \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / 2 - (SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE * SFG_TEXTURE_SIZE) / 2)
#if SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y > 70
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_POSITION_Y \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y - (SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE * SFG_TEXTURE_SIZE))
#elif SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y > 50
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_POSITION_Y (SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y \
- ((SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_SCALE * 3 * SFG_TEXTURE_SIZE) / 4))
#else
#define SFG_WEAPON_IMAGE_POSITION_Y \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y - SFG_TEXTURE_SIZE / 2)
#endif
#define SFG_PLAYER_TURN_UNITS_PER_FRAME \
((SFG_PLAYER_TURN_SPEED * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE) / (360 * SFG_FPS))
#if SFG_PLAYER_TURN_UNITS_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_PLAYER_TURN_UNITS_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_PLAYER_TURN_UNITS_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_UNITS_PER_FRAME \
((SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_SPEED * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE) / SFG_FPS)
#if SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_UNITS_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_UNITS_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_PLAYER_MOVE_UNITS_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_GRAVITY_SPEED_INCREASE_PER_FRAME \
((SFG_GRAVITY_ACCELERATION * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE) / (SFG_FPS * SFG_FPS))
#if SFG_GRAVITY_SPEED_INCREASE_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_GRAVITY_SPEED_INCREASE_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_GRAVITY_SPEED_INCREASE_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_OFFSET_PER_FRAME \
(((SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_SPEED * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE) / SFG_FPS) \
- SFG_GRAVITY_SPEED_INCREASE_PER_FRAME / 2)
/* ^ This substraction corrects the initial veloc. so that the numeric curve
copies the analytical (smooth) curve. Without it the numeric curve goes
ABOVE and makes player jump higher with lower FPS. To make sense of this
try to solve the differential equation and plot it. */
#if SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_OFFSET_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_OFFSET_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_PLAYER_JUMP_OFFSET_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_HEADBOB_FRAME_INCREASE_PER_FRAME \
(SFG_HEADBOB_SPEED / SFG_FPS)
#if SFG_HEADBOB_FRAME_INCREASE_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_HEADBOB_FRAME_INCREASE_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_HEADBOB_FRAME_INCREASE_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_HEADBOB_ENABLED (SFG_HEADBOB_SPEED > 0 && SFG_HEADBOB_OFFSET > 0)
#define SFG_CAMERA_SHEAR_STEP_PER_FRAME \
((SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y * SFG_CAMERA_SHEAR_SPEED) / SFG_FPS)
#if SFG_CAMERA_SHEAR_STEP_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_CAMERA_SHEAR_STEP_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_CAMERA_SHEAR_STEP_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_CAMERA_MAX_SHEAR_PIXELS \
((SFG_CAMERA_MAX_SHEAR * SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y) / 1024)
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_SMALL \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / (SFG_FONT_CHARACTER_SIZE * 50))
#if SFG_FONT_SIZE_SMALL == 0
#undef SFG_FONT_SIZE_SMALL
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_SMALL 1
#endif
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_MEDIUM \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / (SFG_FONT_CHARACTER_SIZE * 30))
#if SFG_FONT_SIZE_MEDIUM == 0
#undef SFG_FONT_SIZE_MEDIUM
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_MEDIUM 1
#endif
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_BIG \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / (SFG_FONT_CHARACTER_SIZE * 18))
#if SFG_FONT_SIZE_BIG == 0
#undef SFG_FONT_SIZE_BIG
#define SFG_FONT_SIZE_BIG 1
#endif
#define SFG_Z_BUFFER_SIZE SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X
/**
Step in which walls get higher, in raycastlib units.
*/
#define SFG_WALL_HEIGHT_STEP (RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE / 4)
#define SFG_CEILING_MAX_HEIGHT\
(16 * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE - RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE / 2 )
#define SFG_DOOR_UP_DOWN_MASK 0x20
#define SFG_DOOR_LOCK(doorRecord) ((doorRecord) >> 6)
#define SFG_DOOR_VERTICAL_POSITION_MASK 0x1f
#define SFG_DOOR_HEIGHT_STEP (RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE / 0x1f)
#define SFG_DOOR_INCREMENT_PER_FRAME \
(SFG_DOOR_OPEN_SPEED / (SFG_DOOR_HEIGHT_STEP * SFG_FPS))
#if SFG_DOOR_INCREMENT_PER_FRAME == 0
#undef SFG_DOOR_INCREMENT_PER_FRAME
#define SFG_DOOR_INCREMENT_PER_FRAME 1
#endif
#define SFG_MAX_ITEMS SFG_MAX_LEVEL_ELEMENTS
#define SFG_MAX_SPRITE_SIZE SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X
#define SFG_MAP_PIXEL_SIZE (SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y / SFG_MAP_SIZE)
#if SFG_MAP_PIXEL_SIZE == 0
#undef SFG_MAP_PIXEL_SIZE
#define SFG_MAP_PIXEL_SIZE 1
#endif
#define SFG_AI_UPDATE_FRAME_INTERVAL \
(SFG_FPS / SFG_AI_FPS)
#if SFG_AI_UPDATE_FRAME_INTERVAL == 0
#undef SFG_AI_UPDATE_FRAME_INTERVAL
#define SFG_AI_UPDATE_FRAME_INTERVAL 1
#endif
#define SFG_SPRITE_ANIMATION_FRAME_DURATION \
(SFG_FPS / SFG_SPRITE_ANIMATION_SPEED)
#if SFG_SPRITE_ANIMATION_FRAME_DURATION == 0
#undef SFG_SPRITE_ANIMATION_FRAME_DURATION
#define SFG_SPRITE_ANIMATION_FRAME_DURATION 1
#endif
#define SFG_HUD_MARGIN (SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_X / 40)
#define SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_WIDTH_PIXELS \
(SFG_GAME_RESOLUTION_Y / SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_WIDTH)
#define SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_DURATION_FRAMES \
(SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_DURATION / SFG_MS_PER_FRAME)
#if SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_DURATION_FRAMES == 0
#define SFG_HUD_BORDER_INDICATOR_DURATION_FRAMES 1
#endif
#define SFG_BLINK_PERIOD_FRAMES (SFG_BLINK_PERIOD / SFG_MS_PER_FRAME)
#define SFG_HUD_BAR_HEIGHT \
(SFG_FONT_CHARACTER_SIZE * SFG_FONT_SIZE_MEDIUM + SFG_HUD_MARGIN * 2 + 1)
// ----------------------------
// monsters
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_MELEE 0
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL 1
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_BULLET 2
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL_BULLET 3
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_PLASMA 4
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_EXPLODE 5
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL_PLASMA 6
#define SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(attackType,aggressivity0to255,health0to255,spriteSize0to3) \
((uint16_t) ( \
attackType | \
((aggressivity0to255 / 8) << 3) | \
(spriteSize0to3 << 8) | \
((health0to255 / 4) << 10)))
#define SFG_GET_MONSTER_ATTACK_TYPE(monsterNumber) \
(SFG_monsterAttributeTable[monsterNumber] & 0x0007)
#define SFG_GET_MONSTER_AGGRESSIVITY(monsterNumber) \
(((SFG_monsterAttributeTable[monsterNumber] >> 3) & 0x1F) * 8)
#define SFG_GET_MONSTER_SPRITE_SIZE(monsterNumber) \
((SFG_monsterAttributeTable[monsterNumber] >> 8) & 0x03)
#define SFG_GET_MONSTER_MAX_HEALTH(monsterNumber) \
(((SFG_monsterAttributeTable[monsterNumber] >> 10) & 0x3F) * 4)
/**
Table of monster attributes, each as a 16bit word in format:
MSB hhhhhhssaaaattt LSB
ttt: attack type
aaaaa: aggressivity (frequence of attacks), 0 to 31
ss: sprite size
hhhhhh: health, 0 to 63
*/
uint16_t SFG_monsterAttributeTable[SFG_MONSTERS_TOTAL] =
{
/* spider */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL,40,61,2),
/* destr. */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL_BULLET,90,170,3),
/* warrior */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_MELEE,255,40,1),
/* plasma */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_PLASMA,56,92,1),
/* ender */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_FIREBALL_PLASMA,128,255,3),
/* turret */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_BULLET,32,23,0),
/* explod. */ SFG_MONSTER_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_MONSTER_ATTACK_EXPLODE,255,36,1)
};
// ----------------------------
// weapons and projectiles
#define SFG_WEAPON_KNIFE 0
#define SFG_WEAPON_SHOTGUN 1
#define SFG_WEAPON_MACHINE_GUN 2
#define SFG_WEAPON_ROCKET_LAUNCHER 3
#define SFG_WEAPON_PLASMAGUN 4
#define SFG_WEAPON_SOLUTION 5
#define SFG_WEAPONS_TOTAL 6
#define SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(fireType,projectileCount,fireCooldownMs) \
((uint8_t) (fireType | ((projectileCount - 1) << 2) | ((fireCooldownMs / (SFG_MS_PER_FRAME * 16)) << 4)))
#define SFG_GET_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE(weaponNumber) \
(SFG_weaponAttributeTable[weaponNumber] & 0x03)
#define SFG_GET_WEAPON_FIRE_COOLDOWN_FRAMES(weaponNumber) \
((SFG_weaponAttributeTable[weaponNumber] >> 4) * 16)
#define SFG_GET_WEAPON_PROJECTILE_COUNT(weaponNumber) \
(((SFG_weaponAttributeTable[weaponNumber] >> 2) & 0x03) + 1)
#define SFG_MIN_WEAPON_COOLDOWN_FRAMES 8
#define SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_MELEE 0
#define SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_BULLET 1
#define SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_FIREBALL 2
#define SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_PLASMA 3
#define SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPES_TOTAL 4
/**
Table of weapon attributes, each as a byte in format:
MSB ccccnnff LSB
ff: fire type
nn: number of projectiles - 1
cccc: fire cooldown in frames, i.e. time after which the next shot can be
shot again, ccccc has to be multiplied by 16 to get the real value
*/
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY uint8_t SFG_weaponAttributeTable[SFG_WEAPONS_TOTAL] =
{
/* knife */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_MELEE,1,650), // DPS: 6.2
/* shotgun */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_BULLET,2,1250), // DPS: 12.8
/* m. gun */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_BULLET,1,700), // DPS: 11.4
/* r. laun. */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_FIREBALL,1,850), // DPS: 28.2
/* plasma */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_PLASMA,1,550), // DPS: 32.7
/* solution */ SFG_WEAPON_ATTRIBUTE(SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPE_PLASMA,4,1050) // DPS: 85.7
};
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY uint8_t SFG_attackDamageTable[SFG_WEAPON_FIRE_TYPES_TOTAL] =
{
/* melee */ 4,
/* bullet */ 8,
/* explostion (fireball) */ 24,
/* plasma */ 18
};
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_EXPLOSION 0
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_FIREBALL 1
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_PLASMA 2
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_DUST 3
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_BULLET 4
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_NONE 255
#define SFG_PROJECTILES_TOTAL 5
#define SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(speedSquaresPerSec,timeToLiveMs) \
((uint8_t) \
((((speedSquaresPerSec / 4 == 0) && (speedSquaresPerSec != 0)) ? 1 : speedSquaresPerSec / 4) | \
((timeToLiveMs / (8 * SFG_MS_PER_FRAME)) << 3)))
#define SFG_GET_PROJECTILE_SPEED_UPS(projectileNumber) \
(((SFG_projectileAttributeTable[projectileNumber] & 0x07) * 4 * RCL_UNITS_PER_SQUARE) / SFG_FPS)
#define SFG_GET_PROJECTILE_FRAMES_TO_LIVE(projectileNumber) \
((SFG_projectileAttributeTable[projectileNumber] >> 3) * 8)
/**
Table of projectile attributes, each as a byte in format:
MSB lllllsss LSB
fff: half speed in game squares per second
lllll: eigth of frames to live
*/
#define LOW_FPS (SFG_FPS < 20) ///< low FPS needs low speeds, because collisions
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY uint8_t SFG_projectileAttributeTable[SFG_PROJECTILES_TOTAL] =
{
/* explosion */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(0,400),
/* fireball */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(10,1000),
#if LOW_FPS
/* plasma */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(17,500),
#else
/* plasma */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(18,500),
#endif
/* dust */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(0,450),
#if LOW_FPS
/* bullet */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(17,1000)
#else
/* bullet */ SFG_PROJECTILE_ATTRIBUTE(28,1000)
#endif
};
#undef LOW_FPS
#endif // guard

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/**
@file levels.h
This file contains game levels and related code.
by Miloslav Ciz (drummyfish), 2019
Released under CC0 1.0 (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)
plus a waiver of all other intellectual property. The goal of this work is
be and remain completely in the public domain forever, available for any use
whatsoever.
*/
#ifndef _SFG_LEVELS_H
#define _SFG_LEVELS_H
#define SFG_MAP_SIZE 64
#define SFG_TILE_DICTIONARY_SIZE 64
typedef uint16_t SFG_TileDefinition;
/**<
Defines a single game map tile. The format is following:
MSB aaabbbbb cccddddd LSB
aaa: ceiling texture index (from texture available on the map), 111
means completely transparent texture
bbbbb: ceiling height (1111 meaning no ceiling) ABOVE the floor
ccc: floor texture index, 111 means completely transparent texture
ddddd: floor height
*/
#define SFG_TILE_CEILING_MAX_HEIGHT 31
#define SFG_TILE_TEXTURE_TRANSPARENT 7
typedef SFG_TileDefinition SFG_TileDictionary[SFG_TILE_DICTIONARY_SIZE];
/// helper macros for SFG_TileDefinition
#define SFG_TD(floorH, ceilH, floorT, ceilT)\
((floorH & 0x001f) |\
((floorT & 0x0007) << 5) |\
((ceilH & 0x001f) << 8) |\
((ceilT & 0x0007) << 13))
#define SFG_TILE_FLOOR_HEIGHT(tile) (tile & 0x1f)
#define SFG_TILE_FLOOR_TEXTURE(tile) ((tile & 0xe0) >> 5)
#define SFG_TILE_CEILING_HEIGHT(tile) ((tile & 0x1f00) >> 8)
#define SFG_TILE_CEILING_TEXTURE(tile) ((tile & 0xe000) >> 13)
#define SFG_OUTSIDE_TILE SFG_TD(63,0,7,7)
/**
Game map represented as a 2D array. Array item has this format:
MSB aabbbbbb LSB
aa: type of square, possible values:
00: normal
01: moving floor (elevator), moves from floor height to ceililing height
(there is no ceiling above)
10: moving ceiling, moves from ceiling height to floor height
11: door
bbbbbb: index into tile dictionary
*/
typedef uint8_t SFG_MapArray[SFG_MAP_SIZE * SFG_MAP_SIZE];
#define SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_MASK 0xc0
#define SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_NORMAL 0x00
#define SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_ELEVATOR 0x40
#define SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_SQUEEZER 0x80
#define SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_DOOR 0xc0
/**
Serves to place elements (items, enemies etc.) into the game level.
*/
typedef struct
{
uint8_t type;
uint8_t coords[2];
} SFG_LevelElement;
#define SFG_MAX_LEVEL_ELEMENTS 128
/*
Definitions of level element type. These values must leave the highest bit
unused because that will be used by the game engine, so the values must be
lower than 128.
*/
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_NONE 0
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_BARREL 0x01
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_HEALTH 0x02
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_BULLETS 0x03
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_ROCKETS 0x04
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_PLASMA 0x05
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_TREE 0x06
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_FINISH 0x07
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_TELEPORT 0x08
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_TERMINAL 0x09
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_COLUMN 0x0a
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_RUIN 0x0b
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_LAMP 0x0c
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_CARD0 0x0d ///< Access card, unlocks doors with lock.
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_CARD1 0x0e
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_CARD2 0x0f
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_LOCK0 0x10 /**< Special level element that must be
placed on a tile with door. This door is
then unlocked by taking the corresponding
access card. */
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_LOCK1 0x11
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_LOCK2 0x12
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_BLOCKER 0x13 ///< Invisible wall.
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_SPIDER 0x20
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_DESTROYER 0x21
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_WARRIOR 0x22
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_PLASMABOT 0x23
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_ENDER 0x24
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_TURRET 0x25
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_EXPLODER 0x26
#define SFG_MONSTERS_TOTAL 7
#define SFG_MONSTER_TYPE_TO_INDEX(monsterType) \
((monsterType) - SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_SPIDER)
#define SFG_MONSTER_INDEX_TO_TYPE(monsterIndex) \
((monsterIndex) + SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_SPIDER)
#define SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_TYPE_IS_MOSTER(t) \
((t) >= SFG_LEVEL_ELEMENT_MONSTER_SPIDER)
typedef struct
{
SFG_MapArray mapArray;
SFG_TileDictionary tileDictionary;
uint8_t textureIndices[7]; /**< Says which textures are used on the map. There
can be at most 7 because of 3bit indexing (one
value is reserved for special transparent
texture). */
uint8_t doorTextureIndex; /**< Index (global, NOT from textureIndices) of a
texture used for door. */
uint8_t floorColor;
uint8_t ceilingColor;
uint8_t playerStart[3]; /**< Player starting location: square X, square Y,
direction (fourths of RCL_Unit). */
uint8_t backgroundImage; /** Index of level background image. */
SFG_LevelElement elements[SFG_MAX_LEVEL_ELEMENTS];
} SFG_Level;
static inline SFG_TileDefinition SFG_getMapTile
(
const SFG_Level *level,
int16_t x,
int16_t y,
uint8_t *properties
)
{
if (x < 0 || x >= SFG_MAP_SIZE || y < 0 || y >= SFG_MAP_SIZE)
{
*properties = SFG_TILE_PROPERTY_NORMAL;
return SFG_OUTSIDE_TILE;
}
uint8_t tile = level->mapArray[y * SFG_MAP_SIZE + x];
*properties = tile & 0xc0;
return level->tileDictionary[tile & 0x3f];
}
#define SFG_NUMBER_OF_LEVELS 10
/*
NOTE: Initially the levels were stored sequentially in one big array, but that
caused some issues with Arduino's PROGMEM, so now we store each level in a
separate variable and eventually create an array of pointers to these.
*/
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level0 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level1 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level2 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level3 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level4 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level5 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level6 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level7 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level8 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
SFG_PROGRAM_MEMORY SFG_Level SFG_level9 =
#include "/home/tastyfish/git/anarch/assets/tmp.txt"
;
static const SFG_Level * SFG_levels[SFG_NUMBER_OF_LEVELS] =
{
&SFG_level0, &SFG_level1, &SFG_level2, &SFG_level3, &SFG_level4, &SFG_level5,
&SFG_level6, &SFG_level7, &SFG_level8, &SFG_level9
};
#endif // guard

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/*
* mbed SDK
* Copyright (c) 2017 ARM Limited
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*/
// Automatically generated configuration file.
// DO NOT EDIT, content will be overwritten.
#ifndef __MBED_CONFIG_DATA__
#define __MBED_CONFIG_DATA__
#endif

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/*
File: libacl.h
(C) 1999, 2000 Andreas Gruenbacher, <a.gruenbacher@computer.org>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef __ACL_LIBACL_H
#define __ACL_LIBACL_H
#include <sys/acl.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/* Flags for acl_to_any_text() */
/* Print NO, SOME or ALL effective permissions comments. SOME prints
effective rights comments for entries which have different permissions
than effective permissions. */
#define TEXT_SOME_EFFECTIVE 0x01
#define TEXT_ALL_EFFECTIVE 0x02
/* Align effective permission comments to column 32 using tabs or
use a single tab. */
#define TEXT_SMART_INDENT 0x04
/* User and group IDs instead of names. */
#define TEXT_NUMERIC_IDS 0x08
/* Only output the first letter of entry types
("u::rwx" instead of "user::rwx"). */
#define TEXT_ABBREVIATE 0x10
/* acl_check error codes */
#define ACL_MULTI_ERROR (0x1000) /* multiple unique objects */
#define ACL_DUPLICATE_ERROR (0x2000) /* duplicate Id's in entries */
#define ACL_MISS_ERROR (0x3000) /* missing required entry */
#define ACL_ENTRY_ERROR (0x4000) /* wrong entry type */
extern char *acl_to_any_text(acl_t acl, const char *prefix,
char separator, int options);
extern int acl_cmp(acl_t acl1, acl_t acl2);
extern int acl_check(acl_t acl, int *last);
extern acl_t acl_from_mode(mode_t mode);
extern int acl_equiv_mode(acl_t acl, mode_t *mode_p);
extern int acl_extended_file(const char *path_p);
extern int acl_extended_file_nofollow(const char *path_p);
extern int acl_extended_fd(int fd);
extern int acl_entries(acl_t acl);
extern const char *acl_error(int code);
extern int acl_get_perm(acl_permset_t permset_d, acl_perm_t perm);
/* Copying permissions between files */
struct error_context;
extern int perm_copy_file (const char *, const char *,
struct error_context *);
extern int perm_copy_fd (const char *, int, const char *, int,
struct error_context *);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* __ACL_LIBACL_H */

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/*
* Copyright (c) 2001-2002,2004 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
* under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef __ATTRIBUTES_H__
#define __ATTRIBUTES_H__
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#include <stdint.h>
#ifndef ENOATTR
# define ENOATTR ENODATA
#endif
/*
* An almost-IRIX-compatible extended attributes API
* (the IRIX attribute "list" operation is missing, added ATTR_SECURE).
*/
/*
* The maximum size (into the kernel or returned from the kernel) of an
* attribute value or the buffer used for an attr_list() call. Larger
* sizes will result in an E2BIG return code.
*/
#define ATTR_MAX_VALUELEN (64*1024) /* max length of a value */
/*
* Flags that can be used with any of the simple attribute calls.
* All desired flags should be bit-wise OR'ed together.
*/
#define ATTR_DONTFOLLOW 0x0001 /* do not follow symlinks for a pathname */
#define ATTR_ROOT 0x0002 /* use root namespace attributes in op */
#define ATTR_TRUST 0x0004 /* tell server we can be trusted to properly
handle extended attributes */
#define ATTR_SECURE 0x0008 /* use security namespace attributes in op */
/*
* Additional flags that can be used with the set() attribute call.
* All desired flags (from both lists) should be bit-wise OR'ed together.
*/
#define ATTR_CREATE 0x0010 /* pure create: fail if attr already exists */
#define ATTR_REPLACE 0x0020 /* pure set: fail if attr does not exist */
/*
* Define how lists of attribute names are returned to the user from
* the attr_list() call. A large, 32bit aligned, buffer is passed in
* along with its size. We put an array of offsets at the top that each
* reference an attrlist_ent_t and pack the attrlist_ent_t's at the bottom.
*/
typedef struct attrlist {
int32_t al_count; /* number of entries in attrlist */
int32_t al_more; /* T/F: more attrs (do call again) */
int32_t al_offset[1]; /* byte offsets of attrs [var-sized] */
} attrlist_t;
/*
* Show the interesting info about one attribute. This is what the
* al_offset[i] entry points to.
*/
typedef struct attrlist_ent { /* data from attr_list() */
uint32_t a_valuelen; /* number bytes in value of attr */
char a_name[1]; /* attr name (NULL terminated) */
} attrlist_ent_t;
/*
* Given a pointer to the (char*) buffer containing the attr_list() result,
* and an index, return a pointer to the indicated attribute in the buffer.
*/
#define ATTR_ENTRY(buffer, index) \
((attrlist_ent_t *) \
&((char *)buffer)[ ((attrlist_t *)(buffer))->al_offset[index] ])
/*
* Implement a "cursor" for use in successive attr_list() calls.
* It provides a way to find the last attribute that was returned in the
* last attr_list() call so that we can get the next one without missing
* any. This should be bzero()ed before use and whenever it is desired to
* start over from the beginning of the attribute list. The only valid
* operation on a cursor is to bzero() it.
*/
typedef struct attrlist_cursor {
uint32_t opaque[4]; /* an opaque cookie */
} attrlist_cursor_t;
/*
* Multi-attribute operation vector.
*/
typedef struct attr_multiop {
int32_t am_opcode; /* operation to perform (ATTR_OP_GET, etc.) */
int32_t am_error; /* [out arg] result of this sub-op (an errno) */
char *am_attrname; /* attribute name to work with */
char *am_attrvalue; /* [in/out arg] attribute value (raw bytes) */
int32_t am_length; /* [in/out arg] length of value */
int32_t am_flags; /* flags (bit-wise OR of #defines above) */
} attr_multiop_t;
#define ATTR_MAX_MULTIOPS 128 /* max number ops in an oplist array */
/*
* Valid values of am_opcode.
*/
#define ATTR_OP_GET 1 /* return the indicated attr's value */
#define ATTR_OP_SET 2 /* set/create the indicated attr/value pair */
#define ATTR_OP_REMOVE 3 /* remove the indicated attr */
/*
* Get the value of an attribute.
* Valuelength must be set to the maximum size of the value buffer, it will
* be set to the actual number of bytes used in the value buffer upon return.
* The return value is -1 on error (w/errno set appropriately), 0 on success.
*/
extern int attr_get (const char *__path, const char *__attrname,
char *__attrvalue, int *__valuelength, int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
extern int attr_getf (int __fd, const char *__attrname, char *__attrvalue,
int *__valuelength, int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
/*
* Set the value of an attribute, creating the attribute if necessary.
* The return value is -1 on error (w/errno set appropriately), 0 on success.
*/
extern int attr_set (const char *__path, const char *__attrname,
const char *__attrvalue, const int __valuelength,
int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
extern int attr_setf (int __fd, const char *__attrname,
const char *__attrvalue, const int __valuelength,
int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
/*
* Remove an attribute.
* The return value is -1 on error (w/errno set appropriately), 0 on success.
*/
extern int attr_remove (const char *__path, const char *__attrname,
int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
extern int attr_removef (int __fd, const char *__attrname, int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
/*
* List the names and sizes of the values of all the attributes of an object.
* "Cursor" must be allocated and zeroed before the first call, it is used
* to maintain context between system calls if all the attribute names won't
* fit into the buffer on the first system call.
* The return value is -1 on error (w/errno set appropriately), 0 on success.
*/
extern int attr_list(const char *__path, char *__buffer, const int __buffersize,
int __flags, attrlist_cursor_t *__cursor)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
extern int attr_listf(int __fd, char *__buffer, const int __buffersize,
int __flags, attrlist_cursor_t *__cursor)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
/*
* Operate on multiple attributes of the same object simultaneously.
*
* This call will save on system call overhead when many attributes are
* going to be operated on.
*
* The return value is -1 on error (w/errno set appropriately), 0 on success.
* Note that this call will not return -1 as a result of failure of any
* of the sub-operations, their return value is stored in each element
* of the operation array. This call will return -1 for a failure of the
* call as a whole, eg: if the pathname doesn't exist, or the fd is bad.
*
* The semantics and allowable values for the fields in a attr_multiop_t
* are the same as the semantics and allowable values for the arguments to
* the corresponding "simple" attribute interface. For example: the args
* to a ATTR_OP_GET are the same as the args to an attr_get() call.
*/
extern int attr_multi (const char *__path, attr_multiop_t *__oplist,
int __count, int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
extern int attr_multif (int __fd, attr_multiop_t *__oplist,
int __count, int __flags)
__attribute__ ((deprecated));
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* __ATTRIBUTES_H__ */

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/*
Copyright (C) 2009 Andreas Gruenbacher <agruen@suse.de>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef __ERROR_CONTEXT_T
#define __ERROR_CONTEXT_T
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
struct error_context {
/* Process an error message */
void (*error) (struct error_context *, const char *, ...);
/* Quote a file name for including in an error message */
const char *(*quote) (struct error_context *, const char *);
/* Free a quoted name */
void (*quote_free) (struct error_context *, const char *);
};
#ifdef ERROR_CONTEXT_MACROS
# define error(ctx, args...) do { \
if ((ctx) && (ctx)->error) \
(ctx)->error((ctx), args); \
} while(0)
# define quote(ctx, name) \
( ((ctx) && (ctx)->quote) ? (ctx)->quote((ctx), (name)) : (name) )
# define quote_free(ctx, name) do { \
if ((ctx) && (ctx)->quote_free) \
(ctx)->quote_free((ctx), (name)); \
} while(0)
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* __ERROR_CONTEXT_T */

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/*
Copyright (C) 2009 Andreas Gruenbacher <agruen@suse.de>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef __LIBATTR_H
#define __LIBATTR_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
struct error_context;
extern int attr_copy_file (const char *, const char *,
int (*) (const char *, struct error_context *),
struct error_context *);
extern int attr_copy_fd (const char *, int, const char *, int,
int (*) (const char *, struct error_context *),
struct error_context *);
/* Keep this function for backwards compatibility. */
extern int attr_copy_check_permissions(const char *, struct error_context *);
#define ATTR_ACTION_SKIP 1
#define ATTR_ACTION_PERMISSIONS 2
extern int attr_copy_action(const char *, struct error_context *);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif

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/*
* blkid.h - Interface for libblkid, a library to identify block devices
*
* Copyright (C) 2001 Andreas Dilger
* Copyright (C) 2003 Theodore Ts'o
* Copyright (C) 2008 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
*
* This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
* Lesser General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
*/
#ifndef _BLKID_BLKID_H
#define _BLKID_BLKID_H
#include <stdint.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#define BLKID_VERSION "2.31.1"
#define BLKID_DATE "19-Dec-2017"
/**
* blkid_dev:
*
* The device object keeps information about one device
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_dev *blkid_dev;
/**
* blkid_cache:
*
* information about all system devices
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_cache *blkid_cache;
/**
* blkid_probe:
*
* low-level probing setting
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_probe *blkid_probe;
/**
* blkid_topology:
*
* device topology information
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_topology *blkid_topology;
/**
* blkid_partlist
*
* list of all detected partitions and partitions tables
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_partlist *blkid_partlist;
/**
* blkid_partition:
*
* information about a partition
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_partition *blkid_partition;
/**
* blkid_parttable:
*
* information about a partition table
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_parttable *blkid_parttable;
/**
* blkid_loff_t:
*
* 64-bit signed number for offsets and sizes
*/
typedef int64_t blkid_loff_t;
/**
* blkid_tag_iterate:
*
* tags iterator for high-level (blkid_cache) API
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_tag_iterate *blkid_tag_iterate;
/**
* blkid_dev_iterate:
*
* devices iterator for high-level (blkid_cache) API
*/
typedef struct blkid_struct_dev_iterate *blkid_dev_iterate;
/*
* Flags for blkid_get_dev
*
* BLKID_DEV_CREATE Create an empty device structure if not found
* in the cache.
* BLKID_DEV_VERIFY Make sure the device structure corresponds
* with reality.
* BLKID_DEV_FIND Just look up a device entry, and return NULL
* if it is not found.
* BLKID_DEV_NORMAL Get a valid device structure, either from the
* cache or by probing the device.
*/
#define BLKID_DEV_FIND 0x0000
#define BLKID_DEV_CREATE 0x0001
#define BLKID_DEV_VERIFY 0x0002
#define BLKID_DEV_NORMAL (BLKID_DEV_CREATE | BLKID_DEV_VERIFY)
#ifndef __GNUC_PREREQ
# if defined __GNUC__ && defined __GNUC_MINOR__
# define __GNUC_PREREQ(maj, min) ((__GNUC__ << 16) + __GNUC_MINOR__ >= ((maj) << 16) + (min))
# else
# define __GNUC_PREREQ(maj, min) 0
# endif
#endif
#ifndef __ul_attribute__
# if __GNUC_PREREQ (3, 4)
# define __ul_attribute__(_a_) __attribute__(_a_)
# else
# define __ul_attribute__(_a_)
# endif
#endif
/* cache.c */
extern void blkid_init_debug(int mask);
extern void blkid_put_cache(blkid_cache cache);
extern int blkid_get_cache(blkid_cache *cache, const char *filename);
extern void blkid_gc_cache(blkid_cache cache);
/* dev.c */
extern const char *blkid_dev_devname(blkid_dev dev)
__ul_attribute__((warn_unused_result));
extern blkid_dev_iterate blkid_dev_iterate_begin(blkid_cache cache);
extern int blkid_dev_set_search(blkid_dev_iterate iter,
char *search_type, char *search_value);
extern int blkid_dev_next(blkid_dev_iterate iterate, blkid_dev *dev);
extern void blkid_dev_iterate_end(blkid_dev_iterate iterate);
/* devno.c */
extern char *blkid_devno_to_devname(dev_t devno)
__ul_attribute__((warn_unused_result));
extern int blkid_devno_to_wholedisk(dev_t dev, char *diskname,
size_t len, dev_t *diskdevno)
__ul_attribute__((warn_unused_result));