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#include "qemu/fprintf-fn.h"
* pstrcpy:
* @buf: buffer to copy string into
* @buf_size: size of @buf in bytes
* @str: string to copy
* Copy @str into @buf, including the trailing NUL, but do not
* write more than @buf_size bytes. The resulting buffer is
* always NUL terminated (even if the source string was too long).
* If @buf_size is zero or negative then no bytes are copied.
* This function is similar to strncpy(), but avoids two of that
* function's problems:
* * if @str fits in the buffer, pstrcpy() does not zero-fill the
* remaining space at the end of @buf
* * if @str is too long, pstrcpy() will copy the first @buf_size-1
* bytes and then add a NUL
void pstrcpy(char *buf, int buf_size, const char *str);
* strpadcpy:
* @buf: buffer to copy string into
* @buf_size: size of @buf in bytes
* @str: string to copy
* @pad: character to pad the remainder of @buf with
* Copy @str into @buf (but *not* its trailing NUL!), and then pad the
* rest of the buffer with the @pad character. If @str is too large
* for the buffer then it is truncated, so that @buf contains the
* first @buf_size characters of @str, with no terminator.
void strpadcpy(char *buf, int buf_size, const char *str, char pad);
* pstrcat:
* @buf: buffer containing existing string
* @buf_size: size of @buf in bytes
* @s: string to concatenate to @buf
* Append a copy of @s to the string already in @buf, but do not
* allow the buffer to overflow. If the existing contents of @buf
* plus @str would total more than @buf_size bytes, then write
* as much of @str as will fit followed by a NUL terminator.
* @buf must already contain a NUL-terminated string, or the
* behaviour is undefined.
* Returns: @buf.
char *pstrcat(char *buf, int buf_size, const char *s);
* strstart:
* @str: string to test
* @val: prefix string to look for
* @ptr: NULL, or pointer to be written to indicate start of
* the remainder of the string
* Test whether @str starts with the prefix @val.
* If it does (including the degenerate case where @str and @val
* are equal) then return true. If @ptr is not NULL then a
* pointer to the first character following the prefix is written
* to it. If @val is not a prefix of @str then return false (and
* @ptr is not written to).
* Returns: true if @str starts with prefix @val, false otherwise.
int strstart(const char *str, const char *val, const char **ptr);
* stristart:
* @str: string to test
* @val: prefix string to look for
* @ptr: NULL, or pointer to be written to indicate start of
* the remainder of the string
* Test whether @str starts with the case-insensitive prefix @val.
* This function behaves identically to strstart(), except that the
* comparison is made after calling qemu_toupper() on each pair of
* characters.
* Returns: true if @str starts with case-insensitive prefix @val,
* false otherwise.
int stristart(const char *str, const char *val, const char **ptr);
* qemu_strnlen:
* @s: string
* @max_len: maximum number of bytes in @s to scan
* Return the length of the string @s, like strlen(), but do not
* examine more than @max_len bytes of the memory pointed to by @s.
* If no NUL terminator is found within @max_len bytes, then return
* @max_len instead.
* This function has the same behaviour as the POSIX strnlen()
* function.
* Returns: length of @s in bytes, or @max_len, whichever is smaller.
int qemu_strnlen(const char *s, int max_len);
* qemu_strsep:
* @input: pointer to string to parse
* @delim: string containing delimiter characters to search for
* Locate the first occurrence of any character in @delim within
* the string referenced by @input, and replace it with a NUL.
* The location of the next character after the delimiter character
* is stored into @input.
* If the end of the string was reached without finding a delimiter
* character, then NULL is stored into @input.
* If @input points to a NULL pointer on entry, return NULL.
* The return value is always the original value of *@input (and
* so now points to a NUL-terminated string corresponding to the
* part of the input up to the first delimiter).
* This function has the same behaviour as the BSD strsep() function.
* Returns: the pointer originally in @input.
char *qemu_strsep(char **input, const char *delim);
time_t mktimegm(struct tm *tm);
int qemu_fdatasync(int fd);
int fcntl_setfl(int fd, int flag);
int qemu_parse_fd(const char *param);
int qemu_strtol(const char *nptr, const char **endptr, int base,
long *result);
int qemu_strtoul(const char *nptr, const char **endptr, int base,
unsigned long *result);
int qemu_strtoll(const char *nptr, const char **endptr, int base,
int64_t *result);
int qemu_strtoull(const char *nptr, const char **endptr, int base,
uint64_t *result);
int parse_uint(const char *s, unsigned long long *value, char **endptr,
int base);
int parse_uint_full(const char *s, unsigned long long *value, int base);
* qemu_strtosz() suffixes used to specify the default treatment of an
* argument passed to qemu_strtosz() without an explicit suffix.
* These should be defined using upper case characters in the range
* A-Z, as qemu_strtosz() will use qemu_toupper() on the given argument
* prior to comparison.
int64_t qemu_strtosz(const char *nptr, char **end);
int64_t qemu_strtosz_suffix(const char *nptr, char **end,
const char default_suffix);
int64_t qemu_strtosz_suffix_unit(const char *nptr, char **end,
const char default_suffix, int64_t unit);
#define K_BYTE (1ULL << 10)
#define M_BYTE (1ULL << 20)
#define G_BYTE (1ULL << 30)
#define T_BYTE (1ULL << 40)
#define P_BYTE (1ULL << 50)
#define E_BYTE (1ULL << 60)
/* used to print char* safely */
#define STR_OR_NULL(str) ((str) ? (str) : "null")
bool can_use_buffer_find_nonzero_offset(const void *buf, size_t len);
size_t buffer_find_nonzero_offset(const void *buf, size_t len);
bool buffer_is_zero(const void *buf, size_t len);
* Implementation of ULEB128 (
* Input is limited to 14-bit numbers
int uleb128_encode_small(uint8_t *out, uint32_t n);
int uleb128_decode_small(const uint8_t *in, uint32_t *n);