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//===-- CommandLine.cpp - Command line parser implementation --------------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This class implements a command line argument processor that is useful when
// creating a tool. It provides a simple, minimalistic interface that is easily
// extensible and supports nonlocal (library) command line options.
//
// Note that rather than trying to figure out what this code does, you could try
// reading the library documentation located in docs/CommandLine.html
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "llvm/Support/CommandLine.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Debug.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MemoryBuffer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ManagedStatic.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include "llvm/Support/system_error.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Host.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/OwningPtr.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallPtrSet.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallString.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringMap.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Twine.h"
#include "llvm/Config/config.h"
#include <cerrno>
#include <cstdlib>
using namespace llvm;
using namespace cl;
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Template instantiations and anchors.
//
namespace llvm { namespace cl {
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<bool>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<boolOrDefault>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<int>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<unsigned>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<unsigned long long>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<double>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<float>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<std::string>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class basic_parser<char>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class opt<unsigned>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class opt<int>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class opt<std::string>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class opt<char>);
TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION(class opt<bool>);
} } // end namespace llvm::cl
void GenericOptionValue::anchor() {}
void OptionValue<boolOrDefault>::anchor() {}
void OptionValue<std::string>::anchor() {}
void Option::anchor() {}
void basic_parser_impl::anchor() {}
void parser<bool>::anchor() {}
void parser<boolOrDefault>::anchor() {}
void parser<int>::anchor() {}
void parser<unsigned>::anchor() {}
void parser<unsigned long long>::anchor() {}
void parser<double>::anchor() {}
void parser<float>::anchor() {}
void parser<std::string>::anchor() {}
void parser<char>::anchor() {}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Globals for name and overview of program. Program name is not a string to
// avoid static ctor/dtor issues.
static char ProgramName[80] = "<premain>";
static const char *ProgramOverview = 0;
// This collects additional help to be printed.
static ManagedStatic<std::vector<const char*> > MoreHelp;
extrahelp::extrahelp(const char *Help)
: morehelp(Help) {
MoreHelp->push_back(Help);
}
static bool OptionListChanged = false;
// MarkOptionsChanged - Internal helper function.
void cl::MarkOptionsChanged() {
OptionListChanged = true;
}
/// RegisteredOptionList - This is the list of the command line options that
/// have statically constructed themselves.
static Option *RegisteredOptionList = 0;
void Option::addArgument() {
assert(NextRegistered == 0 && "argument multiply registered!");
NextRegistered = RegisteredOptionList;
RegisteredOptionList = this;
MarkOptionsChanged();
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Basic, shared command line option processing machinery.
//
/// GetOptionInfo - Scan the list of registered options, turning them into data
/// structures that are easier to handle.
static void GetOptionInfo(SmallVectorImpl<Option*> &PositionalOpts,
SmallVectorImpl<Option*> &SinkOpts,
StringMap<Option*> &OptionsMap) {
SmallVector<const char*, 16> OptionNames;
Option *CAOpt = 0; // The ConsumeAfter option if it exists.
for (Option *O = RegisteredOptionList; O; O = O->getNextRegisteredOption()) {
// If this option wants to handle multiple option names, get the full set.
// This handles enum options like "-O1 -O2" etc.
O->getExtraOptionNames(OptionNames);
if (O->ArgStr[0])
OptionNames.push_back(O->ArgStr);
// Handle named options.
for (size_t i = 0, e = OptionNames.size(); i != e; ++i) {
// Add argument to the argument map!
if (OptionsMap.GetOrCreateValue(OptionNames[i], O).second != O) {
errs() << ProgramName << ": CommandLine Error: Argument '"
<< OptionNames[i] << "' defined more than once!\n";
}
}
OptionNames.clear();
// Remember information about positional options.
if (O->getFormattingFlag() == cl::Positional)
PositionalOpts.push_back(O);
else if (O->getMiscFlags() & cl::Sink) // Remember sink options
SinkOpts.push_back(O);
else if (O->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::ConsumeAfter) {
if (CAOpt)
O->error("Cannot specify more than one option with cl::ConsumeAfter!");
CAOpt = O;
}
}
if (CAOpt)
PositionalOpts.push_back(CAOpt);
// Make sure that they are in order of registration not backwards.
std::reverse(PositionalOpts.begin(), PositionalOpts.end());
}
/// LookupOption - Lookup the option specified by the specified option on the
/// command line. If there is a value specified (after an equal sign) return
/// that as well. This assumes that leading dashes have already been stripped.
static Option *LookupOption(StringRef &Arg, StringRef &Value,
const StringMap<Option*> &OptionsMap) {
// Reject all dashes.
if (Arg.empty()) return 0;
size_t EqualPos = Arg.find('=');
// If we have an equals sign, remember the value.
if (EqualPos == StringRef::npos) {
// Look up the option.
StringMap<Option*>::const_iterator I = OptionsMap.find(Arg);
return I != OptionsMap.end() ? I->second : 0;
}
// If the argument before the = is a valid option name, we match. If not,
// return Arg unmolested.
StringMap<Option*>::const_iterator I =
OptionsMap.find(Arg.substr(0, EqualPos));
if (I == OptionsMap.end()) return 0;
Value = Arg.substr(EqualPos+1);
Arg = Arg.substr(0, EqualPos);
return I->second;
}
/// LookupNearestOption - Lookup the closest match to the option specified by
/// the specified option on the command line. If there is a value specified
/// (after an equal sign) return that as well. This assumes that leading dashes
/// have already been stripped.
static Option *LookupNearestOption(StringRef Arg,
const StringMap<Option*> &OptionsMap,
std::string &NearestString) {
// Reject all dashes.
if (Arg.empty()) return 0;
// Split on any equal sign.
std::pair<StringRef, StringRef> SplitArg = Arg.split('=');
StringRef &LHS = SplitArg.first; // LHS == Arg when no '=' is present.
StringRef &RHS = SplitArg.second;
// Find the closest match.
Option *Best = 0;
unsigned BestDistance = 0;
for (StringMap<Option*>::const_iterator it = OptionsMap.begin(),
ie = OptionsMap.end(); it != ie; ++it) {
Option *O = it->second;
SmallVector<const char*, 16> OptionNames;
O->getExtraOptionNames(OptionNames);
if (O->ArgStr[0])
OptionNames.push_back(O->ArgStr);
bool PermitValue = O->getValueExpectedFlag() != cl::ValueDisallowed;
StringRef Flag = PermitValue ? LHS : Arg;
for (size_t i = 0, e = OptionNames.size(); i != e; ++i) {
StringRef Name = OptionNames[i];
unsigned Distance = StringRef(Name).edit_distance(
Flag, /*AllowReplacements=*/true, /*MaxEditDistance=*/BestDistance);
if (!Best || Distance < BestDistance) {
Best = O;
BestDistance = Distance;
if (RHS.empty() || !PermitValue)
NearestString = OptionNames[i];
else
NearestString = std::string(OptionNames[i]) + "=" + RHS.str();
}
}
}
return Best;
}
/// CommaSeparateAndAddOccurence - A wrapper around Handler->addOccurence() that
/// does special handling of cl::CommaSeparated options.
static bool CommaSeparateAndAddOccurence(Option *Handler, unsigned pos,
StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Value, bool MultiArg = false)
{
// Check to see if this option accepts a comma separated list of values. If
// it does, we have to split up the value into multiple values.
if (Handler->getMiscFlags() & CommaSeparated) {
StringRef Val(Value);
StringRef::size_type Pos = Val.find(',');
while (Pos != StringRef::npos) {
// Process the portion before the comma.
if (Handler->addOccurrence(pos, ArgName, Val.substr(0, Pos), MultiArg))
return true;
// Erase the portion before the comma, AND the comma.
Val = Val.substr(Pos+1);
Value.substr(Pos+1); // Increment the original value pointer as well.
// Check for another comma.
Pos = Val.find(',');
}
Value = Val;
}
if (Handler->addOccurrence(pos, ArgName, Value, MultiArg))
return true;
return false;
}
/// ProvideOption - For Value, this differentiates between an empty value ("")
/// and a null value (StringRef()). The later is accepted for arguments that
/// don't allow a value (-foo) the former is rejected (-foo=).
static inline bool ProvideOption(Option *Handler, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Value, int argc,
const char *const *argv, int &i) {
// Is this a multi-argument option?
unsigned NumAdditionalVals = Handler->getNumAdditionalVals();
// Enforce value requirements
switch (Handler->getValueExpectedFlag()) {
case ValueRequired:
if (Value.data() == 0) { // No value specified?
if (i+1 >= argc)
return Handler->error("requires a value!");
// Steal the next argument, like for '-o filename'
Value = argv[++i];
}
break;
case ValueDisallowed:
if (NumAdditionalVals > 0)
return Handler->error("multi-valued option specified"
" with ValueDisallowed modifier!");
if (Value.data())
return Handler->error("does not allow a value! '" +
Twine(Value) + "' specified.");
break;
case ValueOptional:
break;
}
// If this isn't a multi-arg option, just run the handler.
if (NumAdditionalVals == 0)
return CommaSeparateAndAddOccurence(Handler, i, ArgName, Value);
// If it is, run the handle several times.
bool MultiArg = false;
if (Value.data()) {
if (CommaSeparateAndAddOccurence(Handler, i, ArgName, Value, MultiArg))
return true;
--NumAdditionalVals;
MultiArg = true;
}
while (NumAdditionalVals > 0) {
if (i+1 >= argc)
return Handler->error("not enough values!");
Value = argv[++i];
if (CommaSeparateAndAddOccurence(Handler, i, ArgName, Value, MultiArg))
return true;
MultiArg = true;
--NumAdditionalVals;
}
return false;
}
static bool ProvidePositionalOption(Option *Handler, StringRef Arg, int i) {
int Dummy = i;
return ProvideOption(Handler, Handler->ArgStr, Arg, 0, 0, Dummy);
}
// Option predicates...
static inline bool isGrouping(const Option *O) {
return O->getFormattingFlag() == cl::Grouping;
}
static inline bool isPrefixedOrGrouping(const Option *O) {
return isGrouping(O) || O->getFormattingFlag() == cl::Prefix;
}
// getOptionPred - Check to see if there are any options that satisfy the
// specified predicate with names that are the prefixes in Name. This is
// checked by progressively stripping characters off of the name, checking to
// see if there options that satisfy the predicate. If we find one, return it,
// otherwise return null.
//
static Option *getOptionPred(StringRef Name, size_t &Length,
bool (*Pred)(const Option*),
const StringMap<Option*> &OptionsMap) {
StringMap<Option*>::const_iterator OMI = OptionsMap.find(Name);
// Loop while we haven't found an option and Name still has at least two
// characters in it (so that the next iteration will not be the empty
// string.
while (OMI == OptionsMap.end() && Name.size() > 1) {
Name = Name.substr(0, Name.size()-1); // Chop off the last character.
OMI = OptionsMap.find(Name);
}
if (OMI != OptionsMap.end() && Pred(OMI->second)) {
Length = Name.size();
return OMI->second; // Found one!
}
return 0; // No option found!
}
/// HandlePrefixedOrGroupedOption - The specified argument string (which started
/// with at least one '-') does not fully match an available option. Check to
/// see if this is a prefix or grouped option. If so, split arg into output an
/// Arg/Value pair and return the Option to parse it with.
static Option *HandlePrefixedOrGroupedOption(StringRef &Arg, StringRef &Value,
bool &ErrorParsing,
const StringMap<Option*> &OptionsMap) {
if (Arg.size() == 1) return 0;
// Do the lookup!
size_t Length = 0;
Option *PGOpt = getOptionPred(Arg, Length, isPrefixedOrGrouping, OptionsMap);
if (PGOpt == 0) return 0;
// If the option is a prefixed option, then the value is simply the
// rest of the name... so fall through to later processing, by
// setting up the argument name flags and value fields.
if (PGOpt->getFormattingFlag() == cl::Prefix) {
Value = Arg.substr(Length);
Arg = Arg.substr(0, Length);
assert(OptionsMap.count(Arg) && OptionsMap.find(Arg)->second == PGOpt);
return PGOpt;
}
// This must be a grouped option... handle them now. Grouping options can't
// have values.
assert(isGrouping(PGOpt) && "Broken getOptionPred!");
do {
// Move current arg name out of Arg into OneArgName.
StringRef OneArgName = Arg.substr(0, Length);
Arg = Arg.substr(Length);
// Because ValueRequired is an invalid flag for grouped arguments,
// we don't need to pass argc/argv in.
assert(PGOpt->getValueExpectedFlag() != cl::ValueRequired &&
"Option can not be cl::Grouping AND cl::ValueRequired!");
int Dummy = 0;
ErrorParsing |= ProvideOption(PGOpt, OneArgName,
StringRef(), 0, 0, Dummy);
// Get the next grouping option.
PGOpt = getOptionPred(Arg, Length, isGrouping, OptionsMap);
} while (PGOpt && Length != Arg.size());
// Return the last option with Arg cut down to just the last one.
return PGOpt;
}
static bool RequiresValue(const Option *O) {
return O->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::Required ||
O->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::OneOrMore;
}
static bool EatsUnboundedNumberOfValues(const Option *O) {
return O->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::ZeroOrMore ||
O->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::OneOrMore;
}
/// ParseCStringVector - Break INPUT up wherever one or more
/// whitespace characters are found, and store the resulting tokens in
/// OUTPUT. The tokens stored in OUTPUT are dynamically allocated
/// using strdup(), so it is the caller's responsibility to free()
/// them later.
///
static void ParseCStringVector(std::vector<char *> &OutputVector,
const char *Input) {
// Characters which will be treated as token separators:
StringRef Delims = " \v\f\t\r\n";
StringRef WorkStr(Input);
while (!WorkStr.empty()) {
// If the first character is a delimiter, strip them off.
if (Delims.find(WorkStr[0]) != StringRef::npos) {
size_t Pos = WorkStr.find_first_not_of(Delims);
if (Pos == StringRef::npos) Pos = WorkStr.size();
WorkStr = WorkStr.substr(Pos);
continue;
}
// Find position of first delimiter.
size_t Pos = WorkStr.find_first_of(Delims);
if (Pos == StringRef::npos) Pos = WorkStr.size();
// Everything from 0 to Pos is the next word to copy.
char *NewStr = (char*)malloc(Pos+1);
memcpy(NewStr, WorkStr.data(), Pos);
NewStr[Pos] = 0;
OutputVector.push_back(NewStr);
WorkStr = WorkStr.substr(Pos);
}
}
/// ParseEnvironmentOptions - An alternative entry point to the
/// CommandLine library, which allows you to read the program's name
/// from the caller (as PROGNAME) and its command-line arguments from
/// an environment variable (whose name is given in ENVVAR).
///
void cl::ParseEnvironmentOptions(const char *progName, const char *envVar,
const char *Overview, bool ReadResponseFiles) {
// Check args.
assert(progName && "Program name not specified");
assert(envVar && "Environment variable name missing");
// Get the environment variable they want us to parse options out of.
const char *envValue = getenv(envVar);
if (!envValue)
return;
// Get program's "name", which we wouldn't know without the caller
// telling us.
std::vector<char*> newArgv;
newArgv.push_back(strdup(progName));
// Parse the value of the environment variable into a "command line"
// and hand it off to ParseCommandLineOptions().
ParseCStringVector(newArgv, envValue);
int newArgc = static_cast<int>(newArgv.size());
ParseCommandLineOptions(newArgc, &newArgv[0], Overview, ReadResponseFiles);
// Free all the strdup()ed strings.
for (std::vector<char*>::iterator i = newArgv.begin(), e = newArgv.end();
i != e; ++i)
free(*i);
}
/// ExpandResponseFiles - Copy the contents of argv into newArgv,
/// substituting the contents of the response files for the arguments
/// of type @file.
static void ExpandResponseFiles(unsigned argc, const char*const* argv,
std::vector<char*>& newArgv) {
for (unsigned i = 1; i != argc; ++i) {
const char *arg = argv[i];
if (arg[0] == '@') {
sys::PathWithStatus respFile(++arg);
// Check that the response file is not empty (mmap'ing empty
// files can be problematic).
const sys::FileStatus *FileStat = respFile.getFileStatus();
if (FileStat && FileStat->getSize() != 0) {
// If we could open the file, parse its contents, otherwise
// pass the @file option verbatim.
// TODO: we should also support recursive loading of response files,
// since this is how gcc behaves. (From their man page: "The file may
// itself contain additional @file options; any such options will be
// processed recursively.")
// Mmap the response file into memory.
OwningPtr<MemoryBuffer> respFilePtr;
if (!MemoryBuffer::getFile(respFile.c_str(), respFilePtr)) {
ParseCStringVector(newArgv, respFilePtr->getBufferStart());
continue;
}
}
}
newArgv.push_back(strdup(arg));
}
}
void cl::ParseCommandLineOptions(int argc, const char * const *argv,
const char *Overview, bool ReadResponseFiles) {
// Process all registered options.
SmallVector<Option*, 4> PositionalOpts;
SmallVector<Option*, 4> SinkOpts;
StringMap<Option*> Opts;
GetOptionInfo(PositionalOpts, SinkOpts, Opts);
assert((!Opts.empty() || !PositionalOpts.empty()) &&
"No options specified!");
// Expand response files.
std::vector<char*> newArgv;
if (ReadResponseFiles) {
newArgv.push_back(strdup(argv[0]));
ExpandResponseFiles(argc, argv, newArgv);
argv = &newArgv[0];
argc = static_cast<int>(newArgv.size());
}
// Copy the program name into ProgName, making sure not to overflow it.
std::string ProgName = sys::path::filename(argv[0]);
size_t Len = std::min(ProgName.size(), size_t(79));
memcpy(ProgramName, ProgName.data(), Len);
ProgramName[Len] = '\0';
ProgramOverview = Overview;
bool ErrorParsing = false;
// Check out the positional arguments to collect information about them.
unsigned NumPositionalRequired = 0;
// Determine whether or not there are an unlimited number of positionals
bool HasUnlimitedPositionals = false;
Option *ConsumeAfterOpt = 0;
if (!PositionalOpts.empty()) {
if (PositionalOpts[0]->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::ConsumeAfter) {
assert(PositionalOpts.size() > 1 &&
"Cannot specify cl::ConsumeAfter without a positional argument!");
ConsumeAfterOpt = PositionalOpts[0];
}
// Calculate how many positional values are _required_.
bool UnboundedFound = false;
for (size_t i = ConsumeAfterOpt != 0, e = PositionalOpts.size();
i != e; ++i) {
Option *Opt = PositionalOpts[i];
if (RequiresValue(Opt))
++NumPositionalRequired;
else if (ConsumeAfterOpt) {
// ConsumeAfter cannot be combined with "optional" positional options
// unless there is only one positional argument...
if (PositionalOpts.size() > 2)
ErrorParsing |=
Opt->error("error - this positional option will never be matched, "
"because it does not Require a value, and a "
"cl::ConsumeAfter option is active!");
} else if (UnboundedFound && !Opt->ArgStr[0]) {
// This option does not "require" a value... Make sure this option is
// not specified after an option that eats all extra arguments, or this
// one will never get any!
//
ErrorParsing |= Opt->error("error - option can never match, because "
"another positional argument will match an "
"unbounded number of values, and this option"
" does not require a value!");
}
UnboundedFound |= EatsUnboundedNumberOfValues(Opt);
}
HasUnlimitedPositionals = UnboundedFound || ConsumeAfterOpt;
}
// PositionalVals - A vector of "positional" arguments we accumulate into
// the process at the end.
//
SmallVector<std::pair<StringRef,unsigned>, 4> PositionalVals;
// If the program has named positional arguments, and the name has been run
// across, keep track of which positional argument was named. Otherwise put
// the positional args into the PositionalVals list...
Option *ActivePositionalArg = 0;
// Loop over all of the arguments... processing them.
bool DashDashFound = false; // Have we read '--'?
for (int i = 1; i < argc; ++i) {
Option *Handler = 0;
Option *NearestHandler = 0;
std::string NearestHandlerString;
StringRef Value;
StringRef ArgName = "";
// If the option list changed, this means that some command line
// option has just been registered or deregistered. This can occur in
// response to things like -load, etc. If this happens, rescan the options.
if (OptionListChanged) {
PositionalOpts.clear();
SinkOpts.clear();
Opts.clear();
GetOptionInfo(PositionalOpts, SinkOpts, Opts);
OptionListChanged = false;
}
// Check to see if this is a positional argument. This argument is
// considered to be positional if it doesn't start with '-', if it is "-"
// itself, or if we have seen "--" already.
//
if (argv[i][0] != '-' || argv[i][1] == 0 || DashDashFound) {
// Positional argument!
if (ActivePositionalArg) {
ProvidePositionalOption(ActivePositionalArg, argv[i], i);
continue; // We are done!
}
if (!PositionalOpts.empty()) {
PositionalVals.push_back(std::make_pair(argv[i],i));
// All of the positional arguments have been fulfulled, give the rest to
// the consume after option... if it's specified...
//
if (PositionalVals.size() >= NumPositionalRequired &&
ConsumeAfterOpt != 0) {
for (++i; i < argc; ++i)
PositionalVals.push_back(std::make_pair(argv[i],i));
break; // Handle outside of the argument processing loop...
}
// Delay processing positional arguments until the end...
continue;
}
} else if (argv[i][0] == '-' && argv[i][1] == '-' && argv[i][2] == 0 &&
!DashDashFound) {
DashDashFound = true; // This is the mythical "--"?
continue; // Don't try to process it as an argument itself.
} else if (ActivePositionalArg &&
(ActivePositionalArg->getMiscFlags() & PositionalEatsArgs)) {
// If there is a positional argument eating options, check to see if this
// option is another positional argument. If so, treat it as an argument,
// otherwise feed it to the eating positional.
ArgName = argv[i]+1;
// Eat leading dashes.
while (!ArgName.empty() && ArgName[0] == '-')
ArgName = ArgName.substr(1);
Handler = LookupOption(ArgName, Value, Opts);
if (!Handler || Handler->getFormattingFlag() != cl::Positional) {
ProvidePositionalOption(ActivePositionalArg, argv[i], i);
continue; // We are done!
}
} else { // We start with a '-', must be an argument.
ArgName = argv[i]+1;
// Eat leading dashes.
while (!ArgName.empty() && ArgName[0] == '-')
ArgName = ArgName.substr(1);
Handler = LookupOption(ArgName, Value, Opts);
// Check to see if this "option" is really a prefixed or grouped argument.
if (Handler == 0)
Handler = HandlePrefixedOrGroupedOption(ArgName, Value,
ErrorParsing, Opts);
// Otherwise, look for the closest available option to report to the user
// in the upcoming error.
if (Handler == 0 && SinkOpts.empty())
NearestHandler = LookupNearestOption(ArgName, Opts,
NearestHandlerString);
}
if (Handler == 0) {
if (SinkOpts.empty()) {
errs() << ProgramName << ": Unknown command line argument '"
<< argv[i] << "'. Try: '" << argv[0] << " -help'\n";
if (NearestHandler) {
// If we know a near match, report it as well.
errs() << ProgramName << ": Did you mean '-"
<< NearestHandlerString << "'?\n";
}
ErrorParsing = true;
} else {
for (SmallVectorImpl<Option*>::iterator I = SinkOpts.begin(),
E = SinkOpts.end(); I != E ; ++I)
(*I)->addOccurrence(i, "", argv[i]);
}
continue;
}
// If this is a named positional argument, just remember that it is the
// active one...
if (Handler->getFormattingFlag() == cl::Positional)
ActivePositionalArg = Handler;
else
ErrorParsing |= ProvideOption(Handler, ArgName, Value, argc, argv, i);
}
// Check and handle positional arguments now...
if (NumPositionalRequired > PositionalVals.size()) {
errs() << ProgramName
<< ": Not enough positional command line arguments specified!\n"
<< "Must specify at least " << NumPositionalRequired
<< " positional arguments: See: " << argv[0] << " -help\n";
ErrorParsing = true;
} else if (!HasUnlimitedPositionals &&
PositionalVals.size() > PositionalOpts.size()) {
errs() << ProgramName
<< ": Too many positional arguments specified!\n"
<< "Can specify at most " << PositionalOpts.size()
<< " positional arguments: See: " << argv[0] << " -help\n";
ErrorParsing = true;
} else if (ConsumeAfterOpt == 0) {
// Positional args have already been handled if ConsumeAfter is specified.
unsigned ValNo = 0, NumVals = static_cast<unsigned>(PositionalVals.size());
for (size_t i = 0, e = PositionalOpts.size(); i != e; ++i) {
if (RequiresValue(PositionalOpts[i])) {
ProvidePositionalOption(PositionalOpts[i], PositionalVals[ValNo].first,
PositionalVals[ValNo].second);
ValNo++;
--NumPositionalRequired; // We fulfilled our duty...
}
// If we _can_ give this option more arguments, do so now, as long as we
// do not give it values that others need. 'Done' controls whether the
// option even _WANTS_ any more.
//
bool Done = PositionalOpts[i]->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == cl::Required;
while (NumVals-ValNo > NumPositionalRequired && !Done) {
switch (PositionalOpts[i]->getNumOccurrencesFlag()) {
case cl::Optional:
Done = true; // Optional arguments want _at most_ one value
// FALL THROUGH
case cl::ZeroOrMore: // Zero or more will take all they can get...
case cl::OneOrMore: // One or more will take all they can get...
ProvidePositionalOption(PositionalOpts[i],
PositionalVals[ValNo].first,
PositionalVals[ValNo].second);
ValNo++;
break;
default:
llvm_unreachable("Internal error, unexpected NumOccurrences flag in "
"positional argument processing!");
}
}
}
} else {
assert(ConsumeAfterOpt && NumPositionalRequired <= PositionalVals.size());
unsigned ValNo = 0;
for (size_t j = 1, e = PositionalOpts.size(); j != e; ++j)
if (RequiresValue(PositionalOpts[j])) {
ErrorParsing |= ProvidePositionalOption(PositionalOpts[j],
PositionalVals[ValNo].first,
PositionalVals[ValNo].second);
ValNo++;
}
// Handle the case where there is just one positional option, and it's
// optional. In this case, we want to give JUST THE FIRST option to the
// positional option and keep the rest for the consume after. The above
// loop would have assigned no values to positional options in this case.
//
if (PositionalOpts.size() == 2 && ValNo == 0 && !PositionalVals.empty()) {
ErrorParsing |= ProvidePositionalOption(PositionalOpts[1],
PositionalVals[ValNo].first,
PositionalVals[ValNo].second);
ValNo++;
}
// Handle over all of the rest of the arguments to the
// cl::ConsumeAfter command line option...
for (; ValNo != PositionalVals.size(); ++ValNo)
ErrorParsing |= ProvidePositionalOption(ConsumeAfterOpt,
PositionalVals[ValNo].first,
PositionalVals[ValNo].second);
}
// Loop over args and make sure all required args are specified!
for (StringMap<Option*>::iterator I = Opts.begin(),
E = Opts.end(); I != E; ++I) {
switch (I->second->getNumOccurrencesFlag()) {
case Required:
case OneOrMore:
if (I->second->getNumOccurrences() == 0) {
I->second->error("must be specified at least once!");
ErrorParsing = true;
}
// Fall through
default:
break;
}
}
// Now that we know if -debug is specified, we can use it.
// Note that if ReadResponseFiles == true, this must be done before the
// memory allocated for the expanded command line is free()d below.
DEBUG(dbgs() << "Args: ";
for (int i = 0; i < argc; ++i)
dbgs() << argv[i] << ' ';
dbgs() << '\n';
);
// Free all of the memory allocated to the map. Command line options may only
// be processed once!
Opts.clear();
PositionalOpts.clear();
MoreHelp->clear();
// Free the memory allocated by ExpandResponseFiles.
if (ReadResponseFiles) {
// Free all the strdup()ed strings.
for (std::vector<char*>::iterator i = newArgv.begin(), e = newArgv.end();
i != e; ++i)
free(*i);
}
// If we had an error processing our arguments, don't let the program execute
if (ErrorParsing) exit(1);
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Option Base class implementation
//
bool Option::error(const Twine &Message, StringRef ArgName) {
if (ArgName.data() == 0) ArgName = ArgStr;
if (ArgName.empty())
errs() << HelpStr; // Be nice for positional arguments
else
errs() << ProgramName << ": for the -" << ArgName;
errs() << " option: " << Message << "\n";
return true;
}
bool Option::addOccurrence(unsigned pos, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Value, bool MultiArg) {
if (!MultiArg)
NumOccurrences++; // Increment the number of times we have been seen
switch (getNumOccurrencesFlag()) {
case Optional:
if (NumOccurrences > 1)
return error("may only occur zero or one times!", ArgName);
break;
case Required:
if (NumOccurrences > 1)
return error("must occur exactly one time!", ArgName);
// Fall through
case OneOrMore:
case ZeroOrMore:
case ConsumeAfter: break;
}
return handleOccurrence(pos, ArgName, Value);
}
// getValueStr - Get the value description string, using "DefaultMsg" if nothing
// has been specified yet.
//
static const char *getValueStr(const Option &O, const char *DefaultMsg) {
if (O.ValueStr[0] == 0) return DefaultMsg;
return O.ValueStr;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// cl::alias class implementation
//
// Return the width of the option tag for printing...
size_t alias::getOptionWidth() const {
return std::strlen(ArgStr)+6;
}
// Print out the option for the alias.
void alias::printOptionInfo(size_t GlobalWidth) const {
size_t L = std::strlen(ArgStr);
outs() << " -" << ArgStr;
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-L-6) << " - " << HelpStr << "\n";
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Parser Implementation code...
//
// basic_parser implementation
//
// Return the width of the option tag for printing...
size_t basic_parser_impl::getOptionWidth(const Option &O) const {
size_t Len = std::strlen(O.ArgStr);
if (const char *ValName = getValueName())
Len += std::strlen(getValueStr(O, ValName))+3;
return Len + 6;
}
// printOptionInfo - Print out information about this option. The
// to-be-maintained width is specified.
//
void basic_parser_impl::printOptionInfo(const Option &O,
size_t GlobalWidth) const {
outs() << " -" << O.ArgStr;
if (const char *ValName = getValueName())
outs() << "=<" << getValueStr(O, ValName) << '>';
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-getOptionWidth(O)) << " - " << O.HelpStr << '\n';
}
void basic_parser_impl::printOptionName(const Option &O,
size_t GlobalWidth) const {
outs() << " -" << O.ArgStr;
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-std::strlen(O.ArgStr));
}
// parser<bool> implementation
//
bool parser<bool>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, bool &Value) {
if (Arg == "" || Arg == "true" || Arg == "TRUE" || Arg == "True" ||
Arg == "1") {
Value = true;
return false;
}
if (Arg == "false" || Arg == "FALSE" || Arg == "False" || Arg == "0") {
Value = false;
return false;
}
return O.error("'" + Arg +
"' is invalid value for boolean argument! Try 0 or 1");
}
// parser<boolOrDefault> implementation
//
bool parser<boolOrDefault>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, boolOrDefault &Value) {
if (Arg == "" || Arg == "true" || Arg == "TRUE" || Arg == "True" ||
Arg == "1") {
Value = BOU_TRUE;
return false;
}
if (Arg == "false" || Arg == "FALSE" || Arg == "False" || Arg == "0") {
Value = BOU_FALSE;
return false;
}
return O.error("'" + Arg +
"' is invalid value for boolean argument! Try 0 or 1");
}
// parser<int> implementation
//
bool parser<int>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, int &Value) {
if (Arg.getAsInteger(0, Value))
return O.error("'" + Arg + "' value invalid for integer argument!");
return false;
}
// parser<unsigned> implementation
//
bool parser<unsigned>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, unsigned &Value) {
if (Arg.getAsInteger(0, Value))
return O.error("'" + Arg + "' value invalid for uint argument!");
return false;
}
// parser<unsigned long long> implementation
//
bool parser<unsigned long long>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, unsigned long long &Value){
if (Arg.getAsInteger(0, Value))
return O.error("'" + Arg + "' value invalid for uint argument!");
return false;
}
// parser<double>/parser<float> implementation
//
static bool parseDouble(Option &O, StringRef Arg, double &Value) {
SmallString<32> TmpStr(Arg.begin(), Arg.end());
const char *ArgStart = TmpStr.c_str();
char *End;
Value = strtod(ArgStart, &End);
if (*End != 0)
return O.error("'" + Arg + "' value invalid for floating point argument!");
return false;
}
bool parser<double>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, double &Val) {
return parseDouble(O, Arg, Val);
}
bool parser<float>::parse(Option &O, StringRef ArgName,
StringRef Arg, float &Val) {
double dVal;
if (parseDouble(O, Arg, dVal))
return true;
Val = (float)dVal;
return false;
}
// generic_parser_base implementation
//
// findOption - Return the option number corresponding to the specified
// argument string. If the option is not found, getNumOptions() is returned.
//
unsigned generic_parser_base::findOption(const char *Name) {
unsigned e = getNumOptions();
for (unsigned i = 0; i != e; ++i) {
if (strcmp(getOption(i), Name) == 0)
return i;
}
return e;
}
// Return the width of the option tag for printing...
size_t generic_parser_base::getOptionWidth(const Option &O) const {
if (O.hasArgStr()) {
size_t Size = std::strlen(O.ArgStr)+6;
for (unsigned i = 0, e = getNumOptions(); i != e; ++i)
Size = std::max(Size, std::strlen(getOption(i))+8);
return Size;
} else {
size_t BaseSize = 0;
for (unsigned i = 0, e = getNumOptions(); i != e; ++i)
BaseSize = std::max(BaseSize, std::strlen(getOption(i))+8);
return BaseSize;
}
}
// printOptionInfo - Print out information about this option. The
// to-be-maintained width is specified.
//
void generic_parser_base::printOptionInfo(const Option &O,
size_t GlobalWidth) const {
if (O.hasArgStr()) {
size_t L = std::strlen(O.ArgStr);
outs() << " -" << O.ArgStr;
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-L-6) << " - " << O.HelpStr << '\n';
for (unsigned i = 0, e = getNumOptions(); i != e; ++i) {
size_t NumSpaces = GlobalWidth-strlen(getOption(i))-8;
outs() << " =" << getOption(i);
outs().indent(NumSpaces) << " - " << getDescription(i) << '\n';
}
} else {
if (O.HelpStr[0])
outs() << " " << O.HelpStr << '\n';
for (unsigned i = 0, e = getNumOptions(); i != e; ++i) {
size_t L = std::strlen(getOption(i));
outs() << " -" << getOption(i);
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-L-8) << " - " << getDescription(i) << '\n';
}
}
}
static const size_t MaxOptWidth = 8; // arbitrary spacing for printOptionDiff
// printGenericOptionDiff - Print the value of this option and it's default.
//
// "Generic" options have each value mapped to a name.
void generic_parser_base::
printGenericOptionDiff(const Option &O, const GenericOptionValue &Value,
const GenericOptionValue &Default,
size_t GlobalWidth) const {
outs() << " -" << O.ArgStr;
outs().indent(GlobalWidth-std::strlen(O.ArgStr));
unsigned NumOpts = getNumOptions();
for (unsigned i = 0; i != NumOpts; ++i) {
if (Value.compare(getOptionValue(i)))
continue;
outs() << "= " << getOption(i);
size_t L = std::strlen(getOption(i));
size_t NumSpaces = MaxOptWidth > L ? MaxOptWidth - L : 0;
outs().indent(NumSpaces) << " (default: ";
for (unsigned j = 0; j != NumOpts; ++j) {
if (Default.compare(getOptionValue(j)))
continue;
outs() << getOption(j);
break;
}
outs() << ")\n";
return;
}
outs() << "= *unknown option value*\n";
}
// printOptionDiff - Specializations for printing basic value types.
//
#define PRINT_OPT_DIFF(T) \
void parser<T>:: \
printOptionDiff(const Option &O, T V, OptionValue<T> D, \
size_t GlobalWidth) const { \
printOptionName(O, GlobalWidth); \
std::string Str; \
{ \
raw_string_ostream SS(Str); \
SS << V; \
} \
outs() << "= " << Str; \
size_t NumSpaces = MaxOptWidth > Str.size() ? MaxOptWidth - Str.size() : 0;\
outs().indent(NumSpaces) << " (default: "; \
if (D.hasValue()) \
outs() << D.getValue(); \
else \
outs() << "*no default*"; \
outs() << ")\n"; \
} \
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(bool)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(boolOrDefault)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(int)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(unsigned)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(unsigned long long)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(double)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(float)
PRINT_OPT_DIFF(char)
void parser<std::string>::
printOptionDiff(const Option &O, StringRef V, OptionValue<std::string> D,
size_t GlobalWidth) const {
printOptionName(O, GlobalWidth);
outs() << "= " << V;
size_t NumSpaces = MaxOptWidth > V.size() ? MaxOptWidth - V.size() : 0;
outs().indent(NumSpaces) << " (default: ";
if (D.hasValue())
outs() << D.getValue();
else
outs() << "*no default*";
outs() << ")\n";
}
// Print a placeholder for options that don't yet support printOptionDiff().
void basic_parser_impl::
printOptionNoValue(const Option &O, size_t GlobalWidth) const {
printOptionName(O, GlobalWidth);
outs() << "= *cannot print option value*\n";
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// -help and -help-hidden option implementation
//
static int OptNameCompare(const void *LHS, const void *RHS) {
typedef std::pair<const char *, Option*> pair_ty;
return strcmp(((const pair_ty*)LHS)->first, ((const pair_ty*)RHS)->first);
}
// Copy Options into a vector so we can sort them as we like.
static void
sortOpts(StringMap<Option*> &OptMap,
SmallVectorImpl< std::pair<const char *, Option*> > &Opts,
bool ShowHidden) {
SmallPtrSet<Option*, 128> OptionSet; // Duplicate option detection.
for (StringMap<Option*>::iterator I = OptMap.begin(), E = OptMap.end();
I != E; ++I) {
// Ignore really-hidden options.
if (I->second->getOptionHiddenFlag() == ReallyHidden)
continue;
// Unless showhidden is set, ignore hidden flags.
if (I->second->getOptionHiddenFlag() == Hidden && !ShowHidden)
continue;
// If we've already seen this option, don't add it to the list again.
if (!OptionSet.insert(I->second))
continue;
Opts.push_back(std::pair<const char *, Option*>(I->getKey().data(),
I->second));
}
// Sort the options list alphabetically.
qsort(Opts.data(), Opts.size(), sizeof(Opts[0]), OptNameCompare);
}
namespace {
class HelpPrinter {
size_t MaxArgLen;
const Option *EmptyArg;
const bool ShowHidden;
public:
explicit HelpPrinter(bool showHidden) : ShowHidden(showHidden) {
EmptyArg = 0;
}
void operator=(bool Value) {
if (Value == false) return;
// Get all the options.
SmallVector<Option*, 4> PositionalOpts;
SmallVector<Option*, 4> SinkOpts;
StringMap<Option*> OptMap;
GetOptionInfo(PositionalOpts, SinkOpts, OptMap);
SmallVector<std::pair<const char *, Option*>, 128> Opts;
sortOpts(OptMap, Opts, ShowHidden);
if (ProgramOverview)
outs() << "OVERVIEW: " << ProgramOverview << "\n";
outs() << "USAGE: " << ProgramName << " [options]";
// Print out the positional options.
Option *CAOpt = 0; // The cl::ConsumeAfter option, if it exists...
if (!PositionalOpts.empty() &&
PositionalOpts[0]->getNumOccurrencesFlag() == ConsumeAfter)
CAOpt = PositionalOpts[0];
for (size_t i = CAOpt != 0, e = PositionalOpts.size(); i != e; ++i) {
if (PositionalOpts[i]->ArgStr[0])
outs() << " --" << PositionalOpts[i]->ArgStr;
outs() << " " << PositionalOpts[i]->HelpStr;
}
// Print the consume after option info if it exists...
if (CAOpt) outs() << " " << CAOpt->HelpStr;
outs() << "\n\n";
// Compute the maximum argument length...
MaxArgLen = 0;
for (size_t i = 0, e = Opts.size(); i != e; ++i)
MaxArgLen = std::max(MaxArgLen, Opts[i].second->getOptionWidth());
outs() << "OPTIONS:\n";
for (size_t i = 0, e = Opts.size(); i != e; ++i)
Opts[i].second->printOptionInfo(MaxArgLen);
// Print any extra help the user has declared.
for (std::vector<const char *>::iterator I = MoreHelp->begin(),
E = MoreHelp->end(); I != E; ++I)
outs() << *I;
MoreHelp->clear();
// Halt the program since help information was printed
exit(1);
}
};
} // End anonymous namespace
// Define the two HelpPrinter instances that are used to print out help, or
// help-hidden...
//
static HelpPrinter NormalPrinter(false);
static HelpPrinter HiddenPrinter(true);
static cl::opt<HelpPrinter, true, parser<bool> >
HOp("help", cl::desc("Display available options (-help-hidden for more)"),
cl::location(NormalPrinter), cl::ValueDisallowed);
static cl::opt<HelpPrinter, true, parser<bool> >
HHOp("help-hidden", cl::desc("Display all available options"),
cl::location(HiddenPrinter), cl::Hidden, cl::ValueDisallowed);
static cl::opt<bool>
PrintOptions("print-options",
cl::desc("Print non-default options after command line parsing"),
cl::Hidden, cl::init(false));
static cl::opt<bool>
PrintAllOptions("print-all-options",
cl::desc("Print all option values after command line parsing"),
cl::Hidden, cl::init(false));
// Print the value of each option.
void cl::PrintOptionValues() {
if (!PrintOptions && !PrintAllOptions) return;
// Get all the options.
SmallVector<Option*, 4> PositionalOpts;
SmallVector<Option*, 4> SinkOpts;
StringMap<Option*> OptMap;
GetOptionInfo(PositionalOpts, SinkOpts, OptMap);
SmallVector<std::pair<const char *, Option*>, 128> Opts;
sortOpts(OptMap, Opts, /*ShowHidden*/true);
// Compute the maximum argument length...
size_t MaxArgLen = 0;
for (size_t i = 0, e = Opts.size(); i != e; ++i)
MaxArgLen = std::max(MaxArgLen, Opts[i].second->getOptionWidth());
for (size_t i = 0, e = Opts.size(); i != e; ++i)
Opts[i].second->printOptionValue(MaxArgLen, PrintAllOptions);
}
static void (*OverrideVersionPrinter)() = 0;
static std::vector<void (*)()>* ExtraVersionPrinters = 0;
namespace {
class VersionPrinter {
public:
void print() {
raw_ostream &OS = outs();
OS << "LLVM (http://llvm.org/):\n"
<< " " << PACKAGE_NAME << " version " << PACKAGE_VERSION;
#ifdef LLVM_VERSION_INFO
OS << LLVM_VERSION_INFO;
#endif
OS << "\n ";
#ifndef __OPTIMIZE__
OS << "DEBUG build";
#else
OS << "Optimized build";
#endif
#ifndef NDEBUG
OS << " with assertions";
#endif
std::string CPU = sys::getHostCPUName();
if (CPU == "generic") CPU = "(unknown)";
OS << ".\n"
#if (ENABLE_TIMESTAMPS == 1)
<< " Built " << __DATE__ << " (" << __TIME__ << ").\n"
#endif
<< " Default target: " << sys::getDefaultTargetTriple() << '\n'
<< " Host CPU: " << CPU << '\n';
}
void operator=(bool OptionWasSpecified) {
if (!OptionWasSpecified) return;
if (OverrideVersionPrinter != 0) {
(*OverrideVersionPrinter)();
exit(1);
}
print();
// Iterate over any registered extra printers and call them to add further
// information.
if (ExtraVersionPrinters != 0) {
outs() << '\n';
for (std::vector<void (*)()>::iterator I = ExtraVersionPrinters->begin(),
E = ExtraVersionPrinters->end();
I != E; ++I)
(*I)();
}
exit(1);
}
};
} // End anonymous namespace
// Define the --version option that prints out the LLVM version for the tool
static VersionPrinter VersionPrinterInstance;
static cl::opt<VersionPrinter, true, parser<bool> >
VersOp("version", cl::desc("Display the version of this program"),
cl::location(VersionPrinterInstance), cl::ValueDisallowed);
// Utility function for printing the help message.
void cl::PrintHelpMessage() {
// This looks weird, but it actually prints the help message. The
// NormalPrinter variable is a HelpPrinter and the help gets printed when
// its operator= is invoked. That's because the "normal" usages of the
// help printer is to be assigned true/false depending on whether the
// -help option was given or not. Since we're circumventing that we have
// to make it look like -help was given, so we assign true.
NormalPrinter = true;
}
/// Utility function for printing version number.
void cl::PrintVersionMessage() {
VersionPrinterInstance.print();
}
void cl::SetVersionPrinter(void (*func)()) {
OverrideVersionPrinter = func;
}
void cl::AddExtraVersionPrinter(void (*func)()) {
if (ExtraVersionPrinters == 0)
ExtraVersionPrinters = new std::vector<void (*)()>;
ExtraVersionPrinters->push_back(func);
}