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* Copyright (c) 1998, 1999 Henry Spencer. All rights reserved.
* Development of this software was funded, in part, by Cray Research Inc.,
* UUNET Communications Services Inc., Sun Microsystems Inc., and Scriptics
* Corporation, none of whom are responsible for the results. The author
* thanks all of them.
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/* headers if any */
* It's against Postgres coding conventions to include postgres.h in a
* header file, but we allow the violation here because the regexp library
* files specifically intend this file to supply application-dependent
* headers, and are careful to include this file before anything else.
* towlower() and friends should be in <wctype.h>, but some pre-C99 systems
* declare them in <wchar.h>.
/* needed by rcancelrequested/rstacktoodeep */
/* overrides for regguts.h definitions, if any */
#define FUNCPTR(name, args) (*name) args
#define MALLOC(n) malloc(n)
#define FREE(p) free(VS(p))
#define REALLOC(p,n) realloc(VS(p),n)
#define assert(x) Assert(x)
/* internal character type and related */
/* the type itself */
/* unsigned type that will hold a chr */
#define CHR(c) ((unsigned char) (c))
/* turn char literal into chr literal */
#define DIGITVAL(c) ((c)-'0')
/* turn chr digit into its value */
#define CHRBITS 32
/* bits in a chr; must not use sizeof */
#define CHR_MIN 0x00000000
/* smallest and largest chr; the value */
#define CHR_MAX 0x7ffffffe
/* CHR_MAX-CHR_MIN+1 must fit in an int, and
* CHR_MAX+1 must fit in a chr variable */
* Check if a chr value is in range. Ideally we'd just write this as
* ((c) >= CHR_MIN && (c) <= CHR_MAX)
* However, if chr is unsigned and CHR_MIN is zero, the first part of that
* is a no-op, and certain overly-nannyish compilers give warnings about it.
* So we leave that out here. If you want to make chr signed and/or CHR_MIN
* not zero, redefine this macro as above. Callers should assume that the
* macro may multiply evaluate its argument, even though it does not today.
#define CHR_IS_IN_RANGE(c) ((c) <= CHR_MAX)
* MAX_SIMPLE_CHR is the cutoff between "simple" and "complicated" processing
* in the color map logic. It should usually be chosen high enough to ensure
* that all common characters are <= MAX_SIMPLE_CHR. However, very large
* values will be counterproductive since they cause more regex setup time.
* Also, small values can be helpful for testing the high-color-map logic
* with plain old ASCII input.
#define MAX_SIMPLE_CHR 0x7FF
/* suitable value for Unicode */
/* functions operating on chr */
#define iscalnum(x) pg_wc_isalnum(x)
#define iscalpha(x) pg_wc_isalpha(x)
#define iscdigit(x) pg_wc_isdigit(x)
#define iscspace(x) pg_wc_isspace(x)
/* and pick up the standard header */
unsigned int pg_wchar
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