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/* gpg-error.h or gpgrt.h - Common code for GnuPG and others.    -*- c -*-
 * Copyright (C) 2001-2018 g10 Code GmbH
 * This file is part of libgpg-error (aka libgpgrt).
 * libgpg-error 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.
 * libgpg-error is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
 * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * 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 <>.
 * SPDX-License-Identifier: LGPL-2.1+
 * Do not edit.  Generated from

/* The GnuPG project consists of many components.  Error codes are
 * exchanged between all components.  The common error codes and their
 * user-presentable descriptions are kept into a shared library to
 * allow adding new error codes and components without recompiling any
 * of the other components.  In addition to error codes this library
 * also features several other groups of functions which are common to
 * all GnuPG components.  They may be used by independet project as
 * well.  The interfaces will not change in a backward incompatible way.
 * An error code together with an error source build up an error
 * value.  As the error value is been passed from one component to
 * another, it preserves the information about the source and nature
 * of the error.
 * A component of the GnuPG project can define the following macros to
 * tune the behaviour of the library:
 * GPG_ERR_SOURCE_DEFAULT: Define to an error source of type
 * gpg_err_source_t to make that source the default for gpg_error().
 * Otherwise GPG_ERR_SOURCE_UNKNOWN is used as default.
 * GPG_ERR_ENABLE_GETTEXT_MACROS: Define to provide macros to map the
 * internal gettext API to standard names.  This has only an effect on
 * Windows platforms.
 * GPGRT_ENABLE_ES_MACROS: Define to provide "es_" macros for the
 * estream functions.
 * GPGRT_ENABLE_LOG_MACROS: Define to provide short versions of the
 * log functions.
 * GPGRT_ENABLE_ARGPARSE_MACROS: Needs to be defined to provide the
 * mandatory macros of the argparse interface.

#ifndef GPG_ERROR_H
#define GPG_ERROR_H 1
#ifndef GPGRT_H
#define GPGRT_H 1

#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdarg.h>

/* The version string of this header. */
#define GPG_ERROR_VERSION @version@
#define GPGRT_VERSION     @version@

/* The version number of this header. */
#define GPG_ERROR_VERSION_NUMBER @version-number@
#define GPGRT_VERSION_NUMBER     @version-number@

#ifdef __GNUC__
# define GPG_ERR_INLINE __inline__
#elif defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1300
# define GPG_ERR_INLINE __inline
#elif defined (__STDC_VERSION__) && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L
# define GPG_ERR_INLINE inline
#  define GPG_ERR_INLINE
# endif

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#if 0 /* just to make Emacs auto-indent happy */
#endif /* __cplusplus */

/* The error source type gpg_err_source_t.
 * Where as the Poo out of a welle small
 * Taketh his firste springing and his sours.
 *					--Chaucer.

/* Only use free slots, never change or reorder the existing
 * entries.  */
typedef enum
    /* This is one more than the largest allowed entry.  */
  } gpg_err_source_t;

/* The error code type gpg_err_code_t.  */

/* Only use free slots, never change or reorder the existing
 * entries.  */
typedef enum
    /* The following error codes are used to map system errors.  */
#define GPG_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR	(1 << 15)
    /* This is one more than the largest allowed entry.  */
    GPG_ERR_CODE_DIM = 65536
  } gpg_err_code_t;

/* The error value type gpg_error_t.  */

/* We would really like to use bit-fields in a struct, but using
 * structs as return values can cause binary compatibility issues, in
 * particular if you want to do it efficiently (also see
 * -freg-struct-return option to GCC).  */
typedef unsigned int gpg_error_t;

/* We use the lowest 16 bits of gpg_error_t for error codes.  The 16th
 * bit indicates system errors.  */

/* Bits 17 to 24 are reserved.  */

/* We use the upper 7 bits of gpg_error_t for error sources.  */

/* The highest bit is reserved.  It shouldn't be used to prevent
 * potential negative numbers when transmitting error values as
 * text.  */

 * GCC feature test.
#if __GNUC__
# define _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION (__GNUC__ * 10000 \
                               + __GNUC_MINOR__ * 100 \
                               + __GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__)

#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION > 30100
# define _GPG_ERR_CONSTRUCTOR	__attribute__ ((__constructor__))


#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 29200
# define _GPGRT__RESTRICT __restrict__

/* The noreturn attribute.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 20500
# define GPGRT_ATTR_NORETURN   __attribute__ ((noreturn))

/* The printf attributes.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 40400
# define GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(f, a) \
                    __attribute__ ((format(__gnu_printf__,f,a)))
# define GPGRT_ATTR_NR_PRINTF(f, a) \
                    __attribute__ ((noreturn, format(__gnu_printf__,f,a)))
#elif _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 20500
# define GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(f, a) \
                    __attribute__ ((format(printf,f,a)))
# define GPGRT_ATTR_NR_PRINTF(f, a) \
                    __attribute__ ((noreturn, format(printf,f,a)))
# define GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(f, a)
# define GPGRT_ATTR_NR_PRINTF(f, a)
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 20800
# define GPGRT_ATTR_FORMAT_ARG(a)  __attribute__ ((__format_arg__ (a)))

/* The sentinel attribute.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 40000
# define GPGRT_ATTR_SENTINEL(a)  __attribute__ ((sentinel(a)))

/* The used and unused attributes.
 * I am not sure since when the unused attribute is really supported.
 * In any case it it only needed for gcc versions which print a
 * warning.  Thus let us require gcc >= 3.5.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 40000
# define GPGRT_ATTR_USED  __attribute__ ((used))
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 30500
# define GPGRT_ATTR_UNUSED  __attribute__ ((unused))

/* The deprecated attribute.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 30100
# define GPGRT_ATTR_DEPRECATED  __attribute__ ((__deprecated__))

/* The pure attribute.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 29600
# define GPGRT_ATTR_PURE  __attribute__ ((__pure__))

/* The malloc attribute.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 30200
# define GPGRT_ATTR_MALLOC  __attribute__ ((__malloc__))

/* A macro defined if a GCC style __FUNCTION__ macro is available.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 20500

/* A macro defined if the pragma GCC push_options is available.  */
#if _GPG_ERR_GCC_VERSION >= 40400

/* Detect LeakSanitizer (LSan) support for GCC and Clang based on
 * whether AddressSanitizer (ASAN) is enabled via -fsanitize=address).
 * Note that -fsanitize=leak just affect the linker options which
 * cannot be detected here.  In that case you have to define the
 * GPGRT_HAVE_LEAK_SANITIZER macro manually.  */
#ifdef __GNUC__
# elif defined(__has_feature)
#  if __has_feature(address_sanitizer)
#  endif
# endif

/* The new name for the inline macro.  */

# include <sanitizer/lsan_interface.h>

/* Mark heap objects as non-leaked memory. */
static GPGRT_INLINE void
gpgrt_annotate_leaked_object (const void *p)

 * Initialization function.

/* Initialize the library.  This function should be run early.  */
gpg_error_t gpg_err_init (void) _GPG_ERR_CONSTRUCTOR;

/* If this is defined, the library is already initialized by the
   constructor and does not need to be initialized explicitely.  */
# define gpgrt_init() do { gpg_err_init (); } while (0)
# define gpgrt_init() do { ; } while (0)

/* See the source on how to use the deinit function; it is usually not
   required.  */
void gpg_err_deinit (int mode);

/* Register blocking system I/O clamping functions.  */
void gpgrt_set_syscall_clamp (void (*pre)(void), void (*post)(void));

/* Get current I/O clamping functions.  */
void gpgrt_get_syscall_clamp (void (**r_pre)(void), void (**r_post)(void));

/* Register a custom malloc/realloc/free function.  */
void gpgrt_set_alloc_func  (void *(*f)(void *a, size_t n));

 * Constructor and accessor functions.

/* Construct an error value from an error code and source.  Within a
 * subsystem, use gpg_error.  */
static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_error_t
gpg_err_make (gpg_err_source_t source, gpg_err_code_t code)
  return code == GPG_ERR_NO_ERROR ? GPG_ERR_NO_ERROR
       | (code & GPG_ERR_CODE_MASK));

/* The user should define GPG_ERR_SOURCE_DEFAULT before including this
 * file to specify a default source for gpg_error.  */

static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_error_t
gpg_error (gpg_err_code_t code)
  return gpg_err_make (GPG_ERR_SOURCE_DEFAULT, code);

/* Retrieve the error code from an error value.  */
static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_err_code_t
gpg_err_code (gpg_error_t err)
  return (gpg_err_code_t) (err & GPG_ERR_CODE_MASK);

/* Retrieve the error source from an error value.  */
static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_err_source_t
gpg_err_source (gpg_error_t err)
  return (gpg_err_source_t) ((err >> GPG_ERR_SOURCE_SHIFT)

/* String functions.  */

/* Return a pointer to a string containing a description of the error
 * code in the error value ERR.  This function is not thread-safe.  */
const char *gpg_strerror (gpg_error_t err);

/* Return the error string for ERR in the user-supplied buffer BUF of
 * size BUFLEN.  This function is, in contrast to gpg_strerror,
 * thread-safe if a thread-safe strerror_r() function is provided by
 * the system.  If the function succeeds, 0 is returned and BUF
 * contains the string describing the error.  If the buffer was not
 * large enough, ERANGE is returned and BUF contains as much of the
 * beginning of the error string as fits into the buffer.  */
int gpg_strerror_r (gpg_error_t err, char *buf, size_t buflen);

/* Return a pointer to a string containing a description of the error
 * source in the error value ERR.  */
const char *gpg_strsource (gpg_error_t err);

 * Mapping of system errors (errno).

/* Retrieve the error code for the system error ERR.  This returns
 * GPG_ERR_UNKNOWN_ERRNO if the system error is not mapped (report
 * this). */
gpg_err_code_t gpg_err_code_from_errno (int err);

/* Retrieve the system error for the error code CODE.  This returns 0
 * if CODE is not a system error code.  */
int gpg_err_code_to_errno (gpg_err_code_t code);

/* Retrieve the error code directly from the ERRNO variable.  This
 * returns GPG_ERR_UNKNOWN_ERRNO if the system error is not mapped
 * (report this) and GPG_ERR_MISSING_ERRNO if ERRNO has the value 0. */
gpg_err_code_t gpg_err_code_from_syserror (void);

/* Set the ERRNO variable.  This function is the preferred way to set
 * ERRNO due to peculiarities on WindowsCE.  */
void gpg_err_set_errno (int err);

/* Return or check the version.  Both functions are identical.  */
const char *gpgrt_check_version (const char *req_version);
const char *gpg_error_check_version (const char *req_version);

/* System specific type definitions.  */

/* Self-documenting convenience functions.  */

static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_error_t
gpg_err_make_from_errno (gpg_err_source_t source, int err)
  return gpg_err_make (source, gpg_err_code_from_errno (err));

static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_error_t
gpg_error_from_errno (int err)
  return gpg_error (gpg_err_code_from_errno (err));

static GPG_ERR_INLINE gpg_error_t
gpg_error_from_syserror (void)
  return gpg_error (gpg_err_code_from_syserror ());

 * Malloc and friends

void *gpgrt_realloc (void *a, size_t n);
void *gpgrt_malloc (size_t n);
void *gpgrt_calloc (size_t n, size_t m);
char *gpgrt_strdup (const char *string);
char *gpgrt_strconcat (const char *s1, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_SENTINEL(0);
void gpgrt_free (void *a);

 * System specific function wrappers.

/* A getenv replacement which mallocs the returned string.  */
char *gpgrt_getenv (const char *name);

/* A setenv and a unsetenv replacement.*/
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_setenv (const char *name,
                             const char *value, int overwrite);
#define gpgrt_unsetenv(n) gpgrt_setenv ((n), NULL, 1)

/* A wrapper around mkdir using a string for the mode.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_mkdir (const char *name, const char *modestr);

/* A simple wrapper around chdir.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_chdir (const char *name);

/* Return the current WD as a malloced string.  */
char *gpgrt_getcwd (void);

 * Lock functions.


#define GPGRT_LOCK_DEFINE(name) \
  static gpgrt_lock_t name  = GPGRT_LOCK_INITIALIZER

/* NB: If GPGRT_LOCK_DEFINE is not used, zero out the lock variable
   before passing it to gpgrt_lock_init.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_lock_init (gpgrt_lock_t *lockhd);
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_lock_lock (gpgrt_lock_t *lockhd);
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_lock_trylock (gpgrt_lock_t *lockhd);
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_lock_unlock (gpgrt_lock_t *lockhd);
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_lock_destroy (gpgrt_lock_t *lockhd);

 * Thread functions.

gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_yield (void);

 * Estream

/* The definition of this struct is entirely private.  You must not
   use it for anything.  It is only here so some functions can be
   implemented as macros.  */
struct _gpgrt_stream_internal;
struct _gpgrt__stream
  /* The layout of this struct must never change.  It may be grown,
     but only if all functions which access the new members are
     versioned.  */

  /* Various flags.  */
  struct {
    unsigned int magic: 16;
    unsigned int writing: 1;
    unsigned int reserved: 15;
  } flags;

  /* A pointer to the stream buffer.  */
  unsigned char *buffer;

  /* The size of the buffer in bytes.  */
  size_t buffer_size;

  /* The length of the usable data in the buffer, only valid when in
     read mode (see flags).  */
  size_t data_len;

  /* The current position of the offset pointer, valid in read and
     write mode.  */
  size_t data_offset;

  size_t data_flushed;
  unsigned char *unread_buffer;
  size_t unread_buffer_size;

  /* The number of unread bytes.  */
  size_t unread_data_len;

  /* A pointer to our internal data for this stream.  */
  struct _gpgrt_stream_internal *intern;

/* The opaque type for an estream.  */
typedef struct _gpgrt__stream *gpgrt_stream_t;
typedef struct _gpgrt__stream *estream_t;

typedef @api_ssize_t@ (*gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t) (void *cookie,
                                                 void *buffer, size_t size);
typedef @api_ssize_t@ (*gpgrt_cookie_write_function_t) (void *cookie,
                                                  const void *buffer,
                                                  size_t size);
typedef int (*gpgrt_cookie_seek_function_t) (void *cookie,
                                             gpgrt_off_t *pos, int whence);
typedef int (*gpgrt_cookie_close_function_t) (void *cookie);

struct _gpgrt_cookie_io_functions
  gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t func_read;
  gpgrt_cookie_write_function_t func_write;
  gpgrt_cookie_seek_function_t func_seek;
  gpgrt_cookie_close_function_t func_close;
typedef struct _gpgrt_cookie_io_functions gpgrt_cookie_io_functions_t;
typedef struct _gpgrt_cookie_io_functions  es_cookie_io_functions_t;
#define es_cookie_read_function_t  gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t
#define es_cookie_write_function_t gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t
#define es_cookie_seek_function_t  gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t
#define es_cookie_close_function_t gpgrt_cookie_read_function_t

enum gpgrt_syshd_types
    GPGRT_SYSHD_NONE = 0,  /* No system handle available.                   */
    GPGRT_SYSHD_FD = 1,    /* A file descriptor as returned by open().      */
    GPGRT_SYSHD_SOCK = 2,  /* A socket as returned by socket().             */
    GPGRT_SYSHD_RVID = 3,  /* A rendezvous id (see libassuan's gpgcedev.c).  */
    GPGRT_SYSHD_HANDLE = 4 /* A HANDLE object (Windows).                    */

struct _gpgrt_syshd
  enum gpgrt_syshd_types type;
  union {
    int fd;
    int sock;
    int rvid;
    void *handle;
  } u;
typedef struct _gpgrt_syshd gpgrt_syshd_t;
typedef struct _gpgrt_syshd es_syshd_t;

/* The object used with gpgrt_poll.  */
struct _gpgrt_poll_s
  gpgrt_stream_t stream;
  unsigned int want_read:1;
  unsigned int want_write:1;
  unsigned int want_oob:1;
  unsigned int want_rdhup:1;
  unsigned int _reserv1:4;
  unsigned int got_read:1;
  unsigned int got_write:1;
  unsigned int got_oob:1;
  unsigned int got_rdhup:1;
  unsigned int _reserv2:4;
  unsigned int got_err:1;
  unsigned int got_hup:1;
  unsigned int got_nval:1;
  unsigned int _reserv3:4;
  unsigned int ignore:1;
  unsigned int user:8;       /* For application use.  */
typedef struct _gpgrt_poll_s gpgrt_poll_t;
typedef struct _gpgrt_poll_s es_poll_t;

gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fopen (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT path,
                            const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_mopen (void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT data,
                            size_t data_n, size_t data_len,
                            unsigned int grow,
                            void *(*func_realloc) (void *mem, size_t size),
                            void (*func_free) (void *mem),
                            const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fopenmem (size_t memlimit,
                               const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fopenmem_init (size_t memlimit,
                                    const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode,
                                    const void *data, size_t datalen);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fdopen    (int filedes, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fdopen_nc (int filedes, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_sysopen    (gpgrt_syshd_t *syshd, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_sysopen_nc (gpgrt_syshd_t *syshd, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fpopen    (FILE *fp, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fpopen_nc (FILE *fp, const char *mode);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_freopen (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT path,
                              const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode,
                              gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_fopencookie (void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT cookie,
                                  const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT mode,
                                  gpgrt_cookie_io_functions_t functions);
int gpgrt_fclose (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_fclose_snatch (gpgrt_stream_t stream,
                         void **r_buffer, size_t *r_buflen);
int gpgrt_onclose (gpgrt_stream_t stream, int mode,
                   void (*fnc) (gpgrt_stream_t, void*), void *fnc_value);
int gpgrt_fileno (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_fileno_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_syshd (gpgrt_stream_t stream, gpgrt_syshd_t *syshd);
int gpgrt_syshd_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream, gpgrt_syshd_t *syshd);

void _gpgrt_set_std_fd (int no, int fd);
gpgrt_stream_t _gpgrt_get_std_stream (int fd);

#define gpgrt_stdin  _gpgrt_get_std_stream (0)
#define gpgrt_stdout _gpgrt_get_std_stream (1)
#define gpgrt_stderr _gpgrt_get_std_stream (2)

void gpgrt_flockfile (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int  gpgrt_ftrylockfile (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
void gpgrt_funlockfile (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int gpgrt_feof (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_feof_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_ferror (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_ferror_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
void gpgrt_clearerr (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
void gpgrt_clearerr_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int _gpgrt_pending (gpgrt_stream_t stream);          /* (private) */
int _gpgrt_pending_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t stream); /* (private) */

#define gpgrt_pending(stream) _gpgrt_pending (stream)

#define gpgrt_pending_unlocked(stream)				\
  (((!(stream)->flags.writing)					\
    && (((stream)->data_offset < (stream)->data_len)		\
        || ((stream)->unread_data_len)))                        \
   ? 1 : _gpgrt_pending_unlocked ((stream)))

int gpgrt_fflush (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_fseek (gpgrt_stream_t stream, long int offset, int whence);
int gpgrt_fseeko (gpgrt_stream_t stream, gpgrt_off_t offset, int whence);
long int gpgrt_ftell (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
gpgrt_off_t gpgrt_ftello (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
void gpgrt_rewind (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int gpgrt_fgetc (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int gpgrt_fputc (int c, gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int _gpgrt_getc_underflow (gpgrt_stream_t stream);       /* (private) */
int _gpgrt_putc_overflow (int c, gpgrt_stream_t stream); /* (private) */

#define gpgrt_getc_unlocked(stream)				\
  (((!(stream)->flags.writing)					\
    && ((stream)->data_offset < (stream)->data_len)		\
    && (! (stream)->unread_data_len))				\
  ? ((int) (stream)->buffer[((stream)->data_offset)++])		\
  : _gpgrt_getc_underflow ((stream)))

#define gpgrt_putc_unlocked(c, stream)				\
  (((stream)->flags.writing					\
    && ((stream)->data_offset < (stream)->buffer_size)		\
    && (c != '\n'))						\
  ? ((int) ((stream)->buffer[((stream)->data_offset)++] = (c)))	\
  : _gpgrt_putc_overflow ((c), (stream)))

#define gpgrt_getc(stream)    gpgrt_fgetc (stream)
#define gpgrt_putc(c, stream) gpgrt_fputc (c, stream)

int gpgrt_ungetc (int c, gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int gpgrt_read (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buffer, size_t bytes_to_read,
                size_t *_GPGRT__RESTRICT bytes_read);
int gpgrt_write (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                 const void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buffer, size_t bytes_to_write,
                 size_t *_GPGRT__RESTRICT bytes_written);
int gpgrt_write_sanitized (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                           const void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buffer, size_t length,
                           const char *delimiters,
                           size_t *_GPGRT__RESTRICT bytes_written);
int gpgrt_write_hexstring (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                           const void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buffer, size_t length,
                           int reserved,
                           size_t *_GPGRT__RESTRICT bytes_written);

size_t gpgrt_fread (void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT ptr, size_t size, size_t nitems,
                    gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);
size_t gpgrt_fwrite (const void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT ptr, size_t size, size_t memb,
                     gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);

char *gpgrt_fgets (char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT s, int n,
                   gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);
int gpgrt_fputs (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT s,
                 gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);
int gpgrt_fputs_unlocked (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT s,
                          gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream);

@api_ssize_t@ gpgrt_getline (char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT *_GPGRT__RESTRICT lineptr,
                       size_t *_GPGRT__RESTRICT n,
                       gpgrt_stream_t stream);
@api_ssize_t@ gpgrt_read_line (gpgrt_stream_t stream,
                         char **addr_of_buffer, size_t *length_of_buffer,
                         size_t *max_length);

int gpgrt_fprintf (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                   const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)
int gpgrt_fprintf_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                            const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)

int gpgrt_printf (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)
int gpgrt_printf_unlocked (const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)

int gpgrt_vfprintf (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                    const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, va_list ap)
int gpgrt_vfprintf_unlocked (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                             const char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT format, va_list ap)

int gpgrt_setvbuf (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                   char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buf, int mode, size_t size);
void gpgrt_setbuf (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                   char *_GPGRT__RESTRICT buf);

void gpgrt_set_binary (gpgrt_stream_t stream);
int  gpgrt_set_nonblock (gpgrt_stream_t stream, int onoff);
int  gpgrt_get_nonblock (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int gpgrt_poll (gpgrt_poll_t *fdlist, unsigned int nfds, int timeout);

gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_tmpfile (void);

void gpgrt_opaque_set (gpgrt_stream_t _GPGRT__RESTRICT stream,
                       void *_GPGRT__RESTRICT opaque);
void *gpgrt_opaque_get (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

void gpgrt_fname_set (gpgrt_stream_t stream, const char *fname);
const char *gpgrt_fname_get (gpgrt_stream_t stream);

int gpgrt_asprintf (char **r_buf, const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)
int gpgrt_vasprintf (char **r_buf, const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format,
                     va_list ap)
char *gpgrt_bsprintf (const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)
char *gpgrt_vbsprintf (const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format, va_list ap)
int gpgrt_snprintf (char *buf, size_t bufsize,
                    const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format, ...)
int gpgrt_vsnprintf (char *buf,size_t bufsize,
                     const char * _GPGRT__RESTRICT format, va_list arg_ptr)

# define es_fopen             gpgrt_fopen
# define es_mopen             gpgrt_mopen
# define es_fopenmem          gpgrt_fopenmem
# define es_fopenmem_init     gpgrt_fopenmem_init
# define es_fdopen            gpgrt_fdopen
# define es_fdopen_nc         gpgrt_fdopen_nc
# define es_sysopen           gpgrt_sysopen
# define es_sysopen_nc        gpgrt_sysopen_nc
# define es_fpopen            gpgrt_fpopen
# define es_fpopen_nc         gpgrt_fpopen_nc
# define es_freopen           gpgrt_freopen
# define es_fopencookie       gpgrt_fopencookie
# define es_fclose            gpgrt_fclose
# define es_fclose_snatch     gpgrt_fclose_snatch
# define es_onclose           gpgrt_onclose
# define es_fileno            gpgrt_fileno
# define es_fileno_unlocked   gpgrt_fileno_unlocked
# define es_syshd             gpgrt_syshd
# define es_syshd_unlocked    gpgrt_syshd_unlocked
# define es_stdin             _gpgrt_get_std_stream (0)
# define es_stdout            _gpgrt_get_std_stream (1)
# define es_stderr            _gpgrt_get_std_stream (2)
# define es_flockfile         gpgrt_flockfile
# define es_ftrylockfile      gpgrt_ftrylockfile
# define es_funlockfile       gpgrt_funlockfile
# define es_feof              gpgrt_feof
# define es_feof_unlocked     gpgrt_feof_unlocked
# define es_ferror            gpgrt_ferror
# define es_ferror_unlocked   gpgrt_ferror_unlocked
# define es_clearerr          gpgrt_clearerr
# define es_clearerr_unlocked gpgrt_clearerr_unlocked
# define es_pending           gpgrt_pending
# define es_pending_unlocked  gpgrt_pending_unlocked
# define es_fflush            gpgrt_fflush
# define es_fseek             gpgrt_fseek
# define es_fseeko            gpgrt_fseeko
# define es_ftell             gpgrt_ftell
# define es_ftello            gpgrt_ftello
# define es_rewind            gpgrt_rewind
# define es_fgetc             gpgrt_fgetc
# define es_fputc             gpgrt_fputc
# define es_getc_unlocked     gpgrt_getc_unlocked
# define es_putc_unlocked     gpgrt_putc_unlocked
# define es_getc              gpgrt_getc
# define es_putc              gpgrt_putc
# define es_ungetc            gpgrt_ungetc
# define es_read              gpgrt_read
# define es_write             gpgrt_write
# define es_write_sanitized   gpgrt_write_sanitized
# define es_write_hexstring   gpgrt_write_hexstring
# define es_fread             gpgrt_fread
# define es_fwrite            gpgrt_fwrite
# define es_fgets             gpgrt_fgets
# define es_fputs             gpgrt_fputs
# define es_fputs_unlocked    gpgrt_fputs_unlocked
# define es_getline           gpgrt_getline
# define es_read_line         gpgrt_read_line
# define es_free              gpgrt_free
# define es_fprintf           gpgrt_fprintf
# define es_fprintf_unlocked  gpgrt_fprintf_unlocked
# define es_printf            gpgrt_printf
# define es_printf_unlocked   gpgrt_printf_unlocked
# define es_vfprintf          gpgrt_vfprintf
# define es_vfprintf_unlocked gpgrt_vfprintf_unlocked
# define es_setvbuf           gpgrt_setvbuf
# define es_setbuf            gpgrt_setbuf
# define es_set_binary        gpgrt_set_binary
# define es_set_nonblock      gpgrt_set_nonblock
# define es_get_nonblock      gpgrt_get_nonblock
# define es_poll              gpgrt_poll
# define es_tmpfile           gpgrt_tmpfile
# define es_opaque_set        gpgrt_opaque_set
# define es_opaque_get        gpgrt_opaque_get
# define es_fname_set         gpgrt_fname_set
# define es_fname_get         gpgrt_fname_get
# define es_asprintf          gpgrt_asprintf
# define es_vasprintf         gpgrt_vasprintf
# define es_bsprintf          gpgrt_bsprintf
# define es_vbsprintf         gpgrt_vbsprintf

 * Base64 encode and decode functions.

struct _gpgrt_b64state;
typedef struct _gpgrt_b64state *gpgrt_b64state_t;

gpgrt_b64state_t gpgrt_b64enc_start (gpgrt_stream_t stream, const char *title);
gpg_err_code_t   gpgrt_b64enc_write (gpgrt_b64state_t state,
                                     const void *buffer, size_t nbytes);
gpg_err_code_t   gpgrt_b64enc_finish (gpgrt_b64state_t state);

gpgrt_b64state_t gpgrt_b64dec_start (const char *title);
gpg_error_t      gpgrt_b64dec_proc (gpgrt_b64state_t state,
                                    void *buffer, size_t length,
                                    size_t *r_nbytes);
gpg_error_t      gpgrt_b64dec_finish (gpgrt_b64state_t state);

 * Logging functions

/* Flag values for gpgrt_log_set_prefix. */
#define GPGRT_LOG_WITH_TIME    2
#define GPGRT_LOG_WITH_PID     4

/* Log levels as used by gpgrt_log.  */
enum gpgrt_log_levels

/* The next 4 functions are not thread-safe - call them early.  */
void gpgrt_log_set_sink (const char *name, gpgrt_stream_t stream, int fd);
void gpgrt_log_set_socket_dir_cb (const char *(*fnc)(void));
void gpgrt_log_set_pid_suffix_cb (int (*cb)(unsigned long *r_value));
void gpgrt_log_set_prefix (const char *text, unsigned int flags);

int  gpgrt_get_errorcount (int clear);
void gpgrt_inc_errorcount (void);
const char *gpgrt_log_get_prefix (unsigned int *flags);
int  gpgrt_log_test_fd (int fd);
int  gpgrt_log_get_fd (void);
gpgrt_stream_t gpgrt_log_get_stream (void);

void gpgrt_log (int level, const char *fmt, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(2,3);
void gpgrt_logv (int level, const char *fmt, va_list arg_ptr);
void gpgrt_logv_prefix (int level, const char *prefix,
                              const char *fmt, va_list arg_ptr);
void gpgrt_log_string (int level, const char *string);
void gpgrt_log_bug (const char *fmt, ...)    GPGRT_ATTR_NR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_fatal (const char *fmt, ...)  GPGRT_ATTR_NR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_error (const char *fmt, ...)  GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_info (const char *fmt, ...)   GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_debug (const char *fmt, ...)  GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_debug_string (const char *string,
                             const char *fmt, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(2,3);
void gpgrt_log_printf (const char *fmt, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_printhex (const void *buffer, size_t length,
                         const char *fmt, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(3,4);
void gpgrt_log_clock (const char *fmt, ...) GPGRT_ATTR_PRINTF(1,2);
void gpgrt_log_flush (void);
void _gpgrt_log_assert (const char *expr, const char *file, int line,
                        const char *func) GPGRT_ATTR_NORETURN;

# define gpgrt_assert(expr)                                     \
  ((expr)                                                       \
   ? (void) 0                                                   \
   : _gpgrt_log_assert (#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__, __FUNCTION__))
# define gpgrt_assert(expr)                                     \
  ((expr)                                                       \
   ? (void) 0                                                   \
   : _gpgrt_log_assert (#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__, NULL))

# define log_get_errorcount      gpgrt_get_errorcount
# define log_inc_errorcount      gpgrt_inc_errorcount
# define log_set_file(a)         gpgrt_log_set_sink ((a), NULL, -1)
# define log_set_fd(a)           gpgrt_log_set_sink (NULL, NULL, (a))
# define log_set_stream(a)       gpgrt_log_set_sink (NULL, (a), -1)
# define log_set_socket_dir_cb   gpgrt_log_set_socket_dir_cb
# define log_set_pid_suffix_cb   gpgrt_log_set_pid_suffix_cb
# define log_set_prefix          gpgrt_log_set_prefix
# define log_get_prefix          gpgrt_log_get_prefix
# define log_test_fd             gpgrt_log_test_fd
# define log_get_fd              gpgrt_log_get_fd
# define log_get_stream          gpgrt_log_get_stream
# define log_log                 gpgrt_log
# define log_logv                gpgrt_logv
# define log_logv_prefix         gpgrt_logv_prefix
# define log_string              gpgrt_log_string
# define log_bug                 gpgrt_log_bug
# define log_fatal               gpgrt_log_fatal
# define log_error               gpgrt_log_error
# define log_info                gpgrt_log_info
# define log_debug               gpgrt_log_debug
# define log_debug_string        gpgrt_log_debug_string
# define log_printf              gpgrt_log_printf
# define log_printhex            gpgrt_log_printhex
# define log_clock               gpgrt_log_clock
# define log_flush               gpgrt_log_flush
#  define log_assert(expr)                                      \
  ((expr)                                                       \
   ? (void) 0                                                   \
   : _gpgrt_log_assert (#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__, __FUNCTION__))
#  define log_assert(expr)                                      \
  ((expr)                                                       \
   ? (void) 0                                                   \
   : _gpgrt_log_assert (#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__, NULL))


 * Spawn functions  (Not yet available)
#define GPGRT_SPAWN_NONBLOCK   16 /* Set the streams to non-blocking.      */
#define GPGRT_SPAWN_RUN_ASFW   64 /* Use AllowSetForegroundWindow on W32.  */
#define GPGRT_SPAWN_DETACHED  128 /* Start the process in the background.  */

#if 0

/* Function and convenience macros to create pipes.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_make_pipe (int filedes[2], gpgrt_stream_t *r_fp,
                                int direction, int nonblock);
#define gpgrt_create_pipe(a)              gpgrt_make_pipe ((a),NULL,  0,  0);
#define gpgrt_create_inbound_pipe(a,b,c)  gpgrt_make_pipe ((a), (b), -1,(c));
#define gpgrt_create_outbound_pipe(a,b,c) gpgrt_make_pipe ((a), (b),  1,(c));

/* Fork and exec PGMNAME.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_spawn_process (const char *pgmname, const char *argv[],
                                    int *execpt, void (*preexec)(void),
                                    unsigned int flags,
                                    gpgrt_stream_t *r_infp,
                                    gpgrt_stream_t *r_outfp,
                                    gpgrt_stream_t *r_errfp,
                                    pid_t *pid);

/* Fork and exec PGNNAME and connect the process to the given FDs.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_spawn_process_fd (const char *pgmname, const char *argv[],
                                       int infd, int outfd, int errfd,
                                       pid_t *pid);

/* Fork and exec PGMNAME as a detached process.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_spawn_process_detached (const char *pgmname,
                                             const char *argv[],
                                             const char *envp[] );

/* Wait for a single process.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_wait_process (const char *pgmname, pid_t pid, int hang,
                                int *r_exitcode);

/* Wait for a multiple processes.  */
gpg_err_code_t gpgrt_wait_processes (const char **pgmnames, pid_t *pids,
                                     size_t count, int hang, int *r_exitcodes);

/* Kill the process identified by PID.  */
void gpgrt_kill_process (pid_t pid);

/* Release process resources identified by PID.  */
void gpgrt_release_process (pid_t pid);

#endif /*0*/

 * Option parsing.

struct _gpgrt_argparse_internal_s;
typedef struct
  int  *argc;	      /* Pointer to ARGC (value subject to change). */
  char ***argv;	      /* Pointer to ARGV (value subject to change). */
  unsigned int flags; /* Global flags.  May be set prior to calling the
                         parser.  The parser may change the value.  */
  int err;            /* Print error description for last option.
                         Either 0,  ARGPARSE_PRINT_WARNING or
                         ARGPARSE_PRINT_ERROR.  */
  unsigned int lineno;/* The current line number.  */
  int r_opt; 	      /* Returns option code. */
  int r_type;	      /* Returns type of option value.  */
  union {
    int   ret_int;
    long  ret_long;
    unsigned long ret_ulong;
    char *ret_str;
  } r;		      /* Return values */

  struct _gpgrt_argparse_internal_s *internal;
} gpgrt_argparse_t;

typedef struct
  int          short_opt;
  const char  *long_opt;
  unsigned int flags;
  const char  *description; /* Optional description. */
} gpgrt_opt_t;


/* Global flags for (gpgrt_argparse_t).flags.  */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_KEEP        1  /* Do not remove options form argv.     */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_ALL         2  /* Do not stop at last option but return
                                        remaining args with R_OPT set to -1. */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_MIXED       4  /* Assume options and args are mixed.   */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_NOSTOP      8  /* Do not stop processing at "--".      */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_ARG0       16  /* Do not skip the first arg.           */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_ONEDASH    32  /* Allow long options with one dash.    */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_NOVERSION  64  /* No output for "--version".           */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_RESET     128  /* Request to reset the internal state. */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_STOP_SEEN 256  /* Set to true if a "--" has been seen. */
#define ARGPARSE_FLAG_NOLINENO  512  /* Do not zero the lineno field.         */

/* Constants for (gpgrt_argparse_t).err.  */
#define ARGPARSE_PRINT_WARNING  1    /* Print a diagnostic.                  */
#define ARGPARSE_PRINT_ERROR    2    /* Print a diagnostic and call exit.    */

/* Special return values of gpgrt_argparse.  */
#define ARGPARSE_IS_ARG            (-1)
#define ARGPARSE_MISSING_ARG       (-3)
#define ARGPARSE_READ_ERROR        (-5)
#define ARGPARSE_INVALID_ALIAS     (-10)
#define ARGPARSE_OUT_OF_CORE       (-11)
#define ARGPARSE_INVALID_ARG       (-12)

/* Flags for the option descriptor (gpgrt_opt_t)->flags.  Note that
 * a TYPE constant may be or-ed with the OPT constants.  */
#define ARGPARSE_TYPE_NONE        0  /* Does not take an argument.        */
#define ARGPARSE_TYPE_INT         1  /* Takes an int argument.            */
#define ARGPARSE_TYPE_STRING      2  /* Takes a string argument.          */
#define ARGPARSE_TYPE_LONG        3  /* Takes a long argument.            */
#define ARGPARSE_TYPE_ULONG       4  /* Takes an unsigned long argument.  */
#define ARGPARSE_OPT_OPTIONAL (1<<3) /* Argument is optional.             */
#define ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX   (1<<4) /* Allow 0x etc. prefixed values.    */
#define ARGPARSE_OPT_IGNORE   (1<<6) /* Ignore command or option.         */
#define ARGPARSE_OPT_COMMAND  (1<<7) /* The argument is a command.        */

/* A set of macros to make option definitions easier to read.  */
#define ARGPARSE_x(s,l,t,f,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_ ## t | (f), (d) }

#define ARGPARSE_s(s,l,t,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_ ## t, (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_s_n(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_NONE, (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_s_i(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_INT, (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_s_s(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_STRING, (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_s_l(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_LONG, (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_s_u(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), ARGPARSE_TYPE_ULONG, (d) }

#define ARGPARSE_o(s,l,t,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_ ## t  | ARGPARSE_OPT_OPTIONAL), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_o_n(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_NONE   | ARGPARSE_OPT_OPTIONAL), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_o_i(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_INT    | ARGPARSE_OPT_OPTIONAL), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_o_s(s,l,d) \
#define ARGPARSE_o_l(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_LONG   | ARGPARSE_OPT_OPTIONAL), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_o_u(s,l,d) \

#define ARGPARSE_p(s,l,t,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_ ## t  | ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_p_n(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_NONE   | ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_p_i(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_INT    | ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_p_s(s,l,d) \
#define ARGPARSE_p_l(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_LONG   | ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX), (d) }
#define ARGPARSE_p_u(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_ULONG  | ARGPARSE_OPT_PREFIX), (d) }

#define ARGPARSE_op(s,l,t,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_ ## t \
#define ARGPARSE_op_n(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_NONE \
#define ARGPARSE_op_i(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_INT \
#define ARGPARSE_op_s(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_STRING \
#define ARGPARSE_op_l(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_LONG \
#define ARGPARSE_op_u(s,l,d) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_TYPE_ULONG \

#define ARGPARSE_c(s,l,d) \

#define ARGPARSE_ignore(s,l) \
     { (s), (l), (ARGPARSE_OPT_IGNORE), "@" }

#define ARGPARSE_group(s,d) \
     { (s), NULL, 0, (d) }

/* Mark the end of the list (mandatory).  */
#define ARGPARSE_end() \
     { 0, NULL, 0, NULL }


/* Take care: gpgrt_argparse keeps state in ARG and requires that
 * either ARGPARSE_FLAG_RESET is used after OPTS has been changed or
 * gpgrt_argparse (NULL, ARG, NULL) is called first.  */
int gpgrt_argparse (gpgrt_stream_t fp,
                    gpgrt_argparse_t *arg, gpgrt_opt_t *opts);
void gpgrt_usage (int level);
const char *gpgrt_strusage (int level);
void gpgrt_set_strusage (const char *(*f)(int));
void gpgrt_set_usage_outfnc (int (*f)(int, const char *));
void gpgrt_set_fixed_string_mapper (const char *(*f)(const char*));

#ifdef __cplusplus
#endif	/* GPGRT_H */
#endif	/* GPG_ERROR_H */