Commit d1daf0c6 authored by Libretro-Admin's avatar Libretro-Admin
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Remove unneeded headers

parent dbcb96c2
// Sets up common environment for Shay Green's libraries.
// To change configuration options, modify blargg_config.h, not this file.
#ifndef BLARGG_COMMON_H
#define BLARGG_COMMON_H
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <limits.h>
#undef BLARGG_COMMON_H
// allow blargg_config.h to #include blargg_common.h
#include "blargg_config.h"
#ifndef BLARGG_COMMON_H
#define BLARGG_COMMON_H
// STATIC_CAST(T,expr): Used in place of static_cast<T> (expr)
#ifndef STATIC_CAST
#define STATIC_CAST(T,expr) ((T) (expr))
#endif
// blargg_err_t (0 on success, otherwise error string)
#ifndef blargg_err_t
typedef const char* blargg_err_t;
#endif
// blargg_vector - very lightweight vector of POD types (no constructor/destructor)
template<class T>
class blargg_vector {
T* begin_;
size_t size_;
public:
blargg_vector() : begin_( 0 ), size_( 0 ) { }
~blargg_vector() { free( begin_ ); }
size_t size() const { return size_; }
T* begin() const { return begin_; }
T* end() const { return begin_ + size_; }
blargg_err_t resize( size_t n )
{
void* p = realloc( begin_, n * sizeof (T) );
if ( !p && n )
return "Out of memory";
begin_ = (T*) p;
size_ = n;
return 0;
}
void clear() { void* p = begin_; begin_ = 0; size_ = 0; free( p ); }
T& operator [] ( size_t n ) const
{
assert( n <= size_ ); // <= to allow past-the-end value
return begin_ [n];
}
};
#ifndef BLARGG_DISABLE_NOTHROW
#if __cplusplus < 199711
#define BLARGG_THROWS( spec )
#else
#define BLARGG_THROWS( spec ) throw spec
#endif
#define BLARGG_DISABLE_NOTHROW \
void* operator new ( size_t s ) BLARGG_THROWS(()) { return malloc( s ); }\
void operator delete ( void* p ) { free( p ); }
#define BLARGG_NEW new
#else
#include <new>
#define BLARGG_NEW new (std::nothrow)
#endif
#define BLARGG_4CHAR( a, b, c, d ) \
((a&0xFF)*0x1000000L + (b&0xFF)*0x10000L + (c&0xFF)*0x100L + (d&0xFF))
// BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT( expr ): Generates compile error if expr is 0.
#ifndef BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT
#ifdef _MSC_VER
// MSVC6 (_MSC_VER < 1300) fails for use of __LINE__ when /Zl is specified
#define BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT( expr ) \
void blargg_failed_( int (*arg) [2 / (int) !!(expr) - 1] )
#else
// Some other compilers fail when declaring same function multiple times in class,
// so differentiate them by line
#define BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT( expr ) \
void blargg_failed_( int (*arg) [2 / !!(expr) - 1] [__LINE__] )
#endif
#endif
// BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL: If 0, provides bool support for old compiler. If 1,
// compiler is assumed to support bool. If undefined, availability is determined.
#ifndef BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL
#if defined (__MWERKS__)
#if !__option(bool)
#define BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL 0
#endif
#elif defined (_MSC_VER)
#if _MSC_VER < 1100
#define BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL 0
#endif
#elif defined (__GNUC__)
// supports bool
#elif __cplusplus < 199711
#define BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL 0
#endif
#endif
#if defined (BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL) && !BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL
// If you get errors here, modify your blargg_config.h file
typedef int bool;
const bool true = 1;
const bool false = 0;
#endif
// blargg_long/blargg_ulong = at least 32 bits, int if it's big enough
#include <limits.h>
#if INT_MAX >= 0x7FFFFFFF
typedef int blargg_long;
#else
typedef long blargg_long;
#endif
#if UINT_MAX >= 0xFFFFFFFF
typedef unsigned blargg_ulong;
#else
typedef unsigned long blargg_ulong;
#endif
// BOOST::int8_t etc.
// HAVE_STDINT_H: If defined, use <stdint.h> for int8_t etc.
#if defined (HAVE_STDINT_H)
#include <stdint.h>
#define BOOST
// HAVE_INTTYPES_H: If defined, use <stdint.h> for int8_t etc.
#elif defined (HAVE_INTTYPES_H)
#include <inttypes.h>
#define BOOST
#else
struct BOOST
{
#if UCHAR_MAX == 0xFF && SCHAR_MAX == 0x7F
typedef signed char int8_t;
typedef unsigned char uint8_t;
#else
// No suitable 8-bit type available
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h int8_t;
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h uint8_t;
#endif
#if USHRT_MAX == 0xFFFF
typedef short int16_t;
typedef unsigned short uint16_t;
#else
// No suitable 16-bit type available
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h int16_t;
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h uint16_t;
#endif
#if ULONG_MAX == 0xFFFFFFFF
typedef long int32_t;
typedef unsigned long uint32_t;
#elif UINT_MAX == 0xFFFFFFFF
typedef int int32_t;
typedef unsigned int uint32_t;
#else
// No suitable 32-bit type available
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h int32_t;
typedef struct see_blargg_common_h uint32_t;
#endif
};
#endif
#endif
#endif
// Library configuration. Modify this file as necessary.
#ifndef BLARGG_CONFIG_H
#define BLARGG_CONFIG_H
// Uncomment to use zlib for transparent decompression of gzipped files
//#define HAVE_ZLIB_H
// Uncomment to support only the listed game music types. See gme_type_list.cpp
// for a list of all types.
//#define GME_TYPE_LIST gme_nsf_type, gme_gbs_type
// Uncomment to enable platform-specific optimizations
//#define BLARGG_NONPORTABLE 1
// Uncomment to use faster, lower quality sound synthesis
//#define BLIP_BUFFER_FAST 1
// Uncomment if automatic byte-order determination doesn't work
//#define BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN 1
// Uncomment if you get errors in the bool section of blargg_common.h
//#define BLARGG_COMPILER_HAS_BOOL 1
// Use standard config.h if present
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif
#endif
// CPU Byte Order Utilities
// Game_Music_Emu 0.5.2
#ifndef BLARGG_ENDIAN
#define BLARGG_ENDIAN
#include "blargg_common.h"
// BLARGG_CPU_CISC: Defined if CPU has very few general-purpose registers (< 16)
#if defined (_M_IX86) || defined (_M_IA64) || defined (__i486__) || \
defined (__x86_64__) || defined (__ia64__) || defined (__i386__)
#define BLARGG_CPU_X86 1
#define BLARGG_CPU_CISC 1
#endif
#if defined (__powerpc__) || defined (__ppc__) || defined (__POWERPC__) || defined (__powerc)
#define BLARGG_CPU_POWERPC 1
#endif
// BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN, BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN: Determined automatically, otherwise only
// one may be #defined to 1. Only needed if something actually depends on byte order.
#if !defined (BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN) && !defined (BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN)
#ifdef __GLIBC__
// GCC handles this for us
#include <endian.h>
#if __BYTE_ORDER == __LITTLE_ENDIAN
#define BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN 1
#elif __BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN
#define BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN 1
#endif
#else
#if !defined(MSB_FIRST) || defined (__LITTLE_ENDIAN__) || BLARGG_CPU_X86 || \
(defined (LITTLE_ENDIAN) && LITTLE_ENDIAN+0 != 1234)
#define BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN 1
#endif
#if defined (MSB_FIRST) || defined (__BIG_ENDIAN__) || defined (WORDS_BIGENDIAN) || \
defined (__mips__) || defined (__sparc__) || BLARGG_CPU_POWERPC || \
(defined (BIG_ENDIAN) && BIG_ENDIAN+0 != 4321)
#define BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN 1
#else
// No endian specified; assume little-endian, since it's most common
#define BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN 1
#endif
#endif
#endif
#if BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN && BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN
#undef BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN
#undef BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN
#endif
inline void blargg_verify_byte_order()
{
#ifndef NDEBUG
#if BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN
volatile int i = 1;
assert( *(volatile char*) &i == 0 );
#elif BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN
volatile int i = 1;
assert( *(volatile char*) &i != 0 );
#endif
#endif
}
inline unsigned get_le16( void const* p ) {
return ((unsigned char const*) p) [1] * 0x100u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [0];
}
inline unsigned get_be16( void const* p ) {
return ((unsigned char const*) p) [0] * 0x100u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [1];
}
inline blargg_ulong get_le32( void const* p ) {
return ((unsigned char const*) p) [3] * 0x01000000u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [2] * 0x00010000u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [1] * 0x00000100u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [0];
}
inline blargg_ulong get_be32( void const* p ) {
return ((unsigned char const*) p) [0] * 0x01000000u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [1] * 0x00010000u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [2] * 0x00000100u +
((unsigned char const*) p) [3];
}
inline void set_le16( void* p, unsigned n ) {
((unsigned char*) p) [1] = (unsigned char) (n >> 8);
((unsigned char*) p) [0] = (unsigned char) n;
}
inline void set_be16( void* p, unsigned n ) {
((unsigned char*) p) [0] = (unsigned char) (n >> 8);
((unsigned char*) p) [1] = (unsigned char) n;
}
inline void set_le32( void* p, blargg_ulong n ) {
((unsigned char*) p) [3] = (unsigned char) (n >> 24);
((unsigned char*) p) [2] = (unsigned char) (n >> 16);
((unsigned char*) p) [1] = (unsigned char) (n >> 8);
((unsigned char*) p) [0] = (unsigned char) n;
}
inline void set_be32( void* p, blargg_ulong n ) {
((unsigned char*) p) [0] = (unsigned char) (n >> 24);
((unsigned char*) p) [1] = (unsigned char) (n >> 16);
((unsigned char*) p) [2] = (unsigned char) (n >> 8);
((unsigned char*) p) [3] = (unsigned char) n;
}
#if BLARGG_NONPORTABLE
// Optimized implementation if byte order is known
#if BLARGG_LITTLE_ENDIAN
#define GET_LE16( addr ) (*(BOOST::uint16_t*) (addr))
#define GET_LE32( addr ) (*(BOOST::uint32_t*) (addr))
#define SET_LE16( addr, data ) (void) (*(BOOST::uint16_t*) (addr) = (data))
#define SET_LE32( addr, data ) (void) (*(BOOST::uint32_t*) (addr) = (data))
#elif BLARGG_BIG_ENDIAN
#define GET_BE16( addr ) (*(BOOST::uint16_t*) (addr))
#define GET_BE32( addr ) (*(BOOST::uint32_t*) (addr))
#define SET_BE16( addr, data ) (void) (*(BOOST::uint16_t*) (addr) = (data))
#define SET_BE32( addr, data ) (void) (*(BOOST::uint32_t*) (addr) = (data))
#endif
#if BLARGG_CPU_POWERPC && defined (__MWERKS__)
// PowerPC has special byte-reversed instructions
// to do: assumes that PowerPC is running in big-endian mode
// to do: implement for other compilers which don't support these macros
#define GET_LE16( addr ) (__lhbrx( (addr), 0 ))
#define GET_LE32( addr ) (__lwbrx( (addr), 0 ))
#define SET_LE16( addr, data ) (__sthbrx( (data), (addr), 0 ))
#define SET_LE32( addr, data ) (__stwbrx( (data), (addr), 0 ))
#endif
#endif
#ifndef GET_LE16
#define GET_LE16( addr ) get_le16( addr )
#define GET_LE32( addr ) get_le32( addr )
#define SET_LE16( addr, data ) set_le16( addr, data )
#define SET_LE32( addr, data ) set_le32( addr, data )
#endif
#ifndef GET_BE16
#define GET_BE16( addr ) get_be16( addr )
#define GET_BE32( addr ) get_be32( addr )
#define SET_BE16( addr, data ) set_be16( addr, data )
#define SET_BE32( addr, data ) set_be32( addr, data )
#endif
// auto-selecting versions
inline void set_le( BOOST::uint16_t* p, unsigned n ) { SET_LE16( p, n ); }
inline void set_le( BOOST::uint32_t* p, blargg_ulong n ) { SET_LE32( p, n ); }
inline void set_be( BOOST::uint16_t* p, unsigned n ) { SET_BE16( p, n ); }
inline void set_be( BOOST::uint32_t* p, blargg_ulong n ) { SET_BE32( p, n ); }
inline unsigned get_le( BOOST::uint16_t* p ) { return GET_LE16( p ); }
inline blargg_ulong get_le( BOOST::uint32_t* p ) { return GET_LE32( p ); }
inline unsigned get_be( BOOST::uint16_t* p ) { return GET_BE16( p ); }
inline blargg_ulong get_be( BOOST::uint32_t* p ) { return GET_BE32( p ); }
#endif
// Included at the beginning of library source files, after all other #include lines
#ifndef BLARGG_SOURCE_H
#define BLARGG_SOURCE_H
// If debugging is enabled, abort program if expr is false. Meant for checking
// internal state and consistency. A failed assertion indicates a bug in the module.
// void assert( bool expr );
#include <assert.h>
// If debugging is enabled and expr is false, abort program. Meant for checking
// caller-supplied parameters and operations that are outside the control of the
// module. A failed requirement indicates a bug outside the module.
// void require( bool expr );
#undef require
#define require( expr ) assert( expr )
// Like printf() except output goes to debug log file. Might be defined to do
// nothing (not even evaluate its arguments).
// void dprintf( const char* format, ... );
inline void blargg_dprintf_( const char*, ... ) { }
#undef dprintf
#define dprintf (1) ? (void) 0 : blargg_dprintf_
// If enabled, evaluate expr and if false, make debug log entry with source file
// and line. Meant for finding situations that should be examined further, but that
// don't indicate a problem. In all cases, execution continues normally.
#undef check
#define check( expr ) ((void) 0)
// If expr yields error string, return it from current function, otherwise continue.
#undef RETURN_ERR
#define RETURN_ERR( expr ) do { \
blargg_err_t blargg_return_err_ = (expr); \
if ( blargg_return_err_ ) return blargg_return_err_; \
} while ( 0 )
// If ptr is 0, return out of memory error string.
#undef CHECK_ALLOC
#define CHECK_ALLOC( ptr ) do { if ( (ptr) == 0 ) return "Out of memory"; } while ( 0 )
// Avoid any macros which evaluate their arguments multiple times
#undef min
#undef max
// using const references generates crappy code, and I am currenly only using these
// for built-in types, so they take arguments by value
template<class T>
inline T min( T x, T y )
{
if ( x < y )
return x;
return y;
}
template<class T>
inline T max( T x, T y )
{
if ( x < y )
return y;
return x;
}
// TODO: good idea? bad idea?
#undef byte
#define byte byte_
typedef unsigned char byte;
// deprecated
#define BLARGG_CHECK_ALLOC CHECK_ALLOC
#define BLARGG_RETURN_ERR RETURN_ERR
// BLARGG_SOURCE_BEGIN: If defined, #included, allowing redefition of dprintf and check
#ifdef BLARGG_SOURCE_BEGIN
#include BLARGG_SOURCE_BEGIN
#endif
#endif
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