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//=== FileOutputBuffer.h - File Output Buffer -------------------*- C++ -*-===//
//                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// Utility for creating a in-memory buffer that will be written to a file.


#include "llvm/ADT/SmallString.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringRef.h"
#include "llvm/Support/DataTypes.h"

namespace llvm {

class error_code;
template<class T> class OwningPtr;

/// FileOutputBuffer - This interface provides simple way to create an in-memory
/// buffer which will be written to a file. During the lifetime of these 
/// objects, the content or existence of the specified file is undefined. That
/// is, creating an OutputBuffer for a file may immediately remove the file.
/// If the FileOutputBuffer is committed, the target file's content will become 
/// the buffer content at the time of the commit.  If the FileOutputBuffer is  
/// not committed, the file will be deleted in the FileOutputBuffer destructor.
class FileOutputBuffer {

  enum  {
    F_executable = 1  /// set the 'x' bit on the resulting file

  /// Factory method to create an OutputBuffer object which manages a read/write
  /// buffer of the specified size. When committed, the buffer will be written
  /// to the file at the specified path.  
  static error_code create(StringRef FilePath, size_t Size, 
                           OwningPtr<FileOutputBuffer> &Result, 
                           unsigned Flags=0);

  /// Returns a pointer to the start of the buffer.
  uint8_t *getBufferStart() const {
    return BufferStart;
  /// Returns a pointer to the end of the buffer.
  uint8_t *getBufferEnd() const {
    return BufferEnd;
  /// Returns size of the buffer.
  size_t getBufferSize() const {
    return BufferEnd - BufferStart;
  /// Returns path where file will show up if buffer is committed.
  StringRef getPath() const {
    return FinalPath;
  /// Flushes the content of the buffer to its file and deallocates the 
  /// buffer.  If commit() is not called before this object's destructor
  /// is called, the file is deleted in the destructor. The optional parameter
  /// is used if it turns out you want the file size to be smaller than
  /// initially requested.
  error_code commit(int64_t NewSmallerSize = -1);
  /// If this object was previously committed, the destructor just deletes
  /// this object.  If this object was not committed, the destructor
  /// deallocates the buffer and the target file is never written.

  FileOutputBuffer(const FileOutputBuffer &) LLVM_DELETED_FUNCTION;
  FileOutputBuffer &operator=(const FileOutputBuffer &) LLVM_DELETED_FUNCTION;
  FileOutputBuffer(uint8_t *Start, uint8_t *End,
                    StringRef Path, StringRef TempPath);
  uint8_t            *BufferStart;
  uint8_t            *BufferEnd;
  SmallString<128>    FinalPath;
  SmallString<128>    TempPath;

} // end namespace llvm