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Copyright (c) 2002 Bruno T. C. de Oliveira

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/* This is a set of convenience macros and functions for enabling
 * "automatic" destruction of dynamically-allocated objects when
 * exitting the scope of a function. This is especially useful
 * in functions that can return at several points, and it would be
 * difficult to keep track of what is allocated at which point in order
 * to free everything correctly. 
 * The philosophy is this:
 * void my_func(...) {
 *    Brick *my_brick;
 *    Camel *my_camel;
 *    char *my_string;
 *    autod_begin;
 *    autod_register(my_brick, brick_destroy);  // also sets my_brick = NULL
 *    autod_register(my_camel, camel_destroy);  // also sets my_camel = NULL
 *    autod_register(my_string, free);          // also sets my_string = NULL
 *    // do what you want with my_brick, my_camel and my_string
 *    if (somefunc() == ERROR)
 *       autod_return;  // this takes care of destroying my_brick,
 *                      // my_camel and my_string, by calling the
 *                      // destructor function specified when registering
 *    // do more stuff with my_brick, my_camel, my_string
 *    autod_return;  // don't forget to put this at the end
 * }
 * Sometimes you will want to return a registered object, which means
 * that it should not be free'd (the caller will get ownership of the
 * object). In this case, use autod_return_obj(v), and all registered
 * pointers will be free'd except v, which will be returned.
 * Also, notice you should never do:
 *      my_camel = other_camel;
 * Because the original value of my_camel will be lost and will not
 * be free'd (memory leak). Instead, you should do:
 *      if (my_camel) camel_destroy(my_camel);
 *      my_camel = other_camel;
 * Since this occurs often, a convenience macro is provided:
 *      autod_assign(my_camel, other_camel);
 * This takes care of destroying the old camel before assigning the new one
 * (this sentence really sounds weird).

#ifndef btco_bores_autod_h
#define btco_bores_autod_h

#include <stdlib.h>

typedef void (*autod_destructor_t)(void*);

typedef struct AutodRegistryNode_ {
   void **ptr;
   autod_destructor_t destructor;
   struct AutodRegistryNode_ *next;
} AutodRegistryNode;

#define autod_begin  AutodRegistryNode autodregistry_head; \
                     autodregistry_head.next = 0

#define autod_register(ptr, d) do_autod_register(&autodregistry_head, \
                                     (void**)&ptr, (autod_destructor_t)d)

#define autod_return_value(v) { do_autod_cleanup(&autodregistry_head, 0); return v; }
#define autod_return_obj(v) { do_autod_cleanup(&autodregistry_head, (void*)v); return v; }
#define autod_return { do_autod_cleanup(&autodregistry_head, 0); return; }
#define autod_assign(ptr, newvalue) do_autod_assign(&autodregistry_head, \
                                      (void**)&ptr, newvalue)

void do_autod_register(AutodRegistryNode *head, void **ptr, 
                                        autod_destructor_t destr);

void do_autod_assign(AutodRegistryNode *head, void **ptr, void *newvalue);

void do_autod_cleanup(AutodRegistryNode *head, void *ignore_ptr);


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