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* kmp_i18n.h
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
#ifndef KMP_I18N_H
#define KMP_I18N_H
#include "kmp_str.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif // __cplusplus
/* defines kmp_i18n_id_t type. It is an enumeration with
identifiers of all the messages in the catalog. There is one special
identifier: kmp_i18n_null, which denotes absence of message. */
#include "" // Generated file. Do not edit it manually.
/* Low-level functions handling message catalog. __kmp_i18n_open() opens message
catalog, __kmp_i18n_closes() it. Explicit opening is not required: if message
catalog is not yet open, __kmp_i18n_catgets() will open it implicitly.
However, catalog should be explicitly closed, otherwise resources (mamory,
handles) may leak.
__kmp_i18n_catgets() returns read-only string. It should not be freed.
KMP_I18N_STR macro simplifies access to strings in message catalog a bit.
Following two lines are equivalent:
__kmp_i18n_catgets( kmp_i18n_str_Warning )
KMP_I18N_STR( Warning )
void __kmp_i18n_catopen();
void __kmp_i18n_catclose();
char const *__kmp_i18n_catgets(kmp_i18n_id_t id);
#define KMP_I18N_STR(id) __kmp_i18n_catgets(kmp_i18n_str_##id)
/* High-level interface for printing strings targeted to the user.
All the strings are divided into 3 types:
* messages,
* hints,
* system errors.
There are 3 kind of message severities:
* informational messages,
* warnings (non-fatal errors),
* fatal errors.
For example:
OMP: Warning #2: Cannot open message catalog "": (1)
OMP: System error #2: No such file or directory (2)
OMP: Hint: Please check NLSPATH environment variable. (3)
OMP: Info #3: Default messages will be used. (4)
(1) is a message of warning severity,
(2) is a system error caused the previous warning,
(3) is a hint for the user how to fix the problem,
(4) is a message of informational severity.
Usage in complex cases (message is accompanied with hints and system errors):
int error = errno; // We need save errno immediately, because it may
// be changed.
kmp_ms_warning, // Severity
KMP_MSG( CantOpenMessageCatalog, name ), // Primary message
KMP_ERR( error ), // System error
KMP_HNT( CheckNLSPATH ), // Hint
__kmp_msg_null // Variadic argument list finisher
Usage in simple cases (just a message, no system errors or hints):
KMP_INFORM( WillUseDefaultMessages );
KMP_WARNING( CantOpenMessageCatalog, name );
KMP_FATAL( StackOverlap );
KMP_SYSFAIL( "pthread_create", status );
KMP_CHECK_SYSFAIL( "pthread_create", status );
KMP_CHECK_SYSFAIL_ERRNO( "gettimeofday", status );
enum kmp_msg_type {
kmp_mt_dummy = 0, // Special type for internal purposes.
kmp_mt_mesg =
4, // Primary OpenMP message, could be information, warning, or fatal.
kmp_mt_hint = 5, // Hint to the user.
kmp_mt_syserr = -1 // System error message.
}; // enum kmp_msg_type
typedef enum kmp_msg_type kmp_msg_type_t;
struct kmp_msg {
kmp_msg_type_t type;
int num;
char *str;
size_t len;
}; // struct kmp_message
typedef struct kmp_msg kmp_msg_t;
// Special message to denote the end of variadic list of arguments.
extern kmp_msg_t __kmp_msg_null;
// Helper functions. Creates messages either from message catalog or from
// system. Note: these functions allocate memory. You should pass created
// messages to __kmp_msg() function, it will print messages and destroy them.
kmp_msg_t __kmp_msg_format(unsigned id_arg, ...);
kmp_msg_t __kmp_msg_error_code(int code);
kmp_msg_t __kmp_msg_error_mesg(char const *mesg);
// Helper macros to make calls shorter.
#define KMP_MSG(...) __kmp_msg_format(kmp_i18n_msg_##__VA_ARGS__)
#define KMP_HNT(...) __kmp_msg_format(kmp_i18n_hnt_##__VA_ARGS__)
#define KMP_SYSERRCODE(code) __kmp_msg_error_code(code)
#define KMP_SYSERRMESG(mesg) __kmp_msg_error_mesg(mesg)
// Message severity.
enum kmp_msg_severity {
kmp_ms_inform, // Just information for the user.
kmp_ms_warning, // Non-fatal error, execution continues.
kmp_ms_fatal // Fatal error, program aborts.
}; // enum kmp_msg_severity
typedef enum kmp_msg_severity kmp_msg_severity_t;
// Primary function for printing messages for the user. The first message is
// mandatory. Any number of system errors and hints may be specified. Argument
// list must be finished with __kmp_msg_null.
void __kmp_msg(kmp_msg_severity_t severity, kmp_msg_t message, ...);
KMP_NORETURN void __kmp_fatal(kmp_msg_t message, ...);
// Helper macros to make calls shorter in simple cases.
#define KMP_INFORM(...) \
__kmp_msg(kmp_ms_inform, KMP_MSG(__VA_ARGS__), __kmp_msg_null)
#define KMP_WARNING(...) \
__kmp_msg(kmp_ms_warning, KMP_MSG(__VA_ARGS__), __kmp_msg_null)
#define KMP_FATAL(...) __kmp_fatal(KMP_MSG(__VA_ARGS__), __kmp_msg_null)
#define KMP_SYSFAIL(func, error) \
__kmp_fatal(KMP_MSG(FunctionError, func), KMP_SYSERRCODE(error), \
// Check error, if not zero, generate fatal error message.
#define KMP_CHECK_SYSFAIL(func, error) \
{ \
if (error) { \
KMP_SYSFAIL(func, error); \
} \
// Check status, if not zero, generate fatal error message using errno.
#define KMP_CHECK_SYSFAIL_ERRNO(func, status) \
{ \
if (status != 0) { \
int error = errno; \
KMP_SYSFAIL(func, error); \
} \
#ifdef KMP_DEBUG
void __kmp_i18n_dump_catalog(kmp_str_buf_t *buffer);
#endif // KMP_DEBUG
#ifdef __cplusplus
}; // extern "C"
#endif // __cplusplus
#endif // KMP_I18N_H
// end of file //