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//===-- llvm/CodeGen/FormattedStream.h - Formatted streams ------*- C++ -*-===//
//                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// This file contains raw_ostream implementations for streams to do
// things like pretty-print comments.


#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"

namespace llvm 
  /// formatted_raw_ostream - Formatted raw_fd_ostream to handle
  /// asm-specific constructs.
  class formatted_raw_ostream : public raw_ostream {
    /// DELETE_STREAM - Tell the destructor to delete the held stream.
    static const bool DELETE_STREAM = true;

    /// PRESERVE_STREAM - Tell the destructor to not delete the held
    /// stream.
    static const bool PRESERVE_STREAM = false;

    /// TheStream - The real stream we output to. We set it to be
    /// unbuffered, since we're already doing our own buffering.
    raw_ostream *TheStream;

    /// DeleteStream - Do we need to delete TheStream in the
    /// destructor?
    bool DeleteStream;

    /// ColumnScanned - The current output column of the data that's
    /// been flushed and the portion of the buffer that's been
    /// scanned.  The column scheme is zero-based.
    unsigned ColumnScanned;

    /// Scanned - This points to one past the last character in the
    /// buffer we've scanned.
    const char *Scanned;

    virtual void write_impl(const char *Ptr, size_t Size);

    /// current_pos - Return the current position within the stream,
    /// not counting the bytes currently in the buffer.
    virtual uint64_t current_pos() { 
      // This has the same effect as calling TheStream.current_pos(),
      // but that interface is private.
      return TheStream->tell() - TheStream->GetNumBytesInBuffer();

    /// ComputeColumn - Examine the given output buffer and figure out which
    /// column we end up in after output.
    void ComputeColumn(const char *Ptr, size_t size);

    /// formatted_raw_ostream - Open the specified file for
    /// writing. If an error occurs, information about the error is
    /// put into ErrorInfo, and the stream should be immediately
    /// destroyed; the string will be empty if no error occurred.
    /// As a side effect, the given Stream is set to be Unbuffered.
    /// This is because formatted_raw_ostream does its own buffering,
    /// so it doesn't want another layer of buffering to be happening
    /// underneath it.
    formatted_raw_ostream(raw_ostream &Stream, bool Delete = false) 
      : raw_ostream(), TheStream(0), DeleteStream(false), ColumnScanned(0) {
      setStream(Stream, Delete);
    explicit formatted_raw_ostream()
      : raw_ostream(), TheStream(0), DeleteStream(false), ColumnScanned(0) {
      Scanned = 0;

    ~formatted_raw_ostream() {

    void setStream(raw_ostream &Stream, bool Delete = false) {

      TheStream = &Stream;
      DeleteStream = Delete;

      // This formatted_raw_ostream inherits from raw_ostream, so it'll do its
      // own buffering, and it doesn't need or want TheStream to do another
      // layer of buffering underneath. Resize the buffer to what TheStream
      // had been using, and tell TheStream not to do its own buffering.
      if (size_t BufferSize = TheStream->GetBufferSize())

      Scanned = 0;

    /// PadToColumn - Align the output to some column number.  If the current
    /// column is already equal to or more than NewCol, PadToColumn inserts one
    /// space.
    /// \param NewCol - The column to move to.
    void PadToColumn(unsigned NewCol);

    void releaseStream() {
      // Delete the stream if needed. Otherwise, transfer the buffer
      // settings from this raw_ostream back to the underlying stream.
      if (!TheStream)
      if (DeleteStream)
        delete TheStream;
      else if (size_t BufferSize = GetBufferSize())

/// fouts() - This returns a reference to a formatted_raw_ostream for
/// standard output.  Use it like: fouts() << "foo" << "bar";
formatted_raw_ostream &fouts();

/// ferrs() - This returns a reference to a formatted_raw_ostream for
/// standard error.  Use it like: ferrs() << "foo" << "bar";
formatted_raw_ostream &ferrs();

} // end llvm namespace