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[PATCH] Stub bindings for perl5

From: <pwd_at_mdtsoft.com>
Date: 2003-01-29 13:29:51 CET

This patch adds the stub typemaps for the Perl5 bindings using swig.

I am submitting this patch because I found that in svn_types.i there was
a typemap that was not limited to python but used python calls. I have
tested this as best as I can, I generated the python wrapper c-code with
and without the change and made sure the generated code had no differences
but I am not a python user. If this patch can be applied and broadly tested
it will insure that I am doing no harm to the python bindings in developing
the perl5 ones. I believe that this is the only change to the *.i files that
will be necessary in the python code. While these interface files will
generate a perl5 binding it in NOT usable (and you need a Makefile.PL that
I have not submitted as it is not ready for publication yet).

NOTE:

I will be unable to read e-mail till next week, I have to go to Kokomo IN
on business and won't have e-mail access.

=============================log message====================================
This change added just the stub perl5 typemap entries, it will not generate
a useable perl5 binding for svn but is submitted because of a change in the
python bindings in svn_types that was needed to allow development of the
perl5 bindings.
        * svn_types.i
            added python method to the typemap for the generic pools typemap.
            This typemap has python spcific calls in it and must be limited
            to python it swig is to be used for any other language bindings.
        * apr.i, svn_client.i, svn_fs.i, svn_repos.i,
                svn_string.i, svn_types.i, util.i
            (typemaps) Added stub typemap statments for perl5 bindings.

=============================patch==========================================
Index: svn_types.i
===================================================================
--- svn_types.i (revision 4640)
+++ svn_types.i (working copy)
@@ -35,12 +35,17 @@
     $result = t_output_helper($result,
                               SWIG_NewPointerObj(*$1, $*1_descriptor, 0));
 }
+%typemap(perl5, argout) SWIGTYPE **OUTPARAM {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Create a typemap for specifying string args that may be NULL.
 */
 %typemap(python, in, parse=z) const char *MAY_BE_NULL ;
 
+/* ### FIXME-perl I need to figure out what is going on with the above typemap */
+
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Define a more refined 'varin' typemap for 'const char *' members. This
    is used in place of the 'char *' handler defined automatically.
@@ -70,6 +75,9 @@
     Py_INCREF(Py_None);
     $result = Py_None;
 }
+%typemap(perl5,out) svn_error_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    'svn_renum_t *' will always be an OUTPUT parameter
@@ -92,16 +100,22 @@
     /* FIXME: This is just a stub -- implement JNI code! */
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5, in) (const char *PTR, apr_size_t LEN) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Define a generic arginit mapping for pools.
 */
 
-%typemap(arginit) apr_pool_t *pool(apr_pool_t *_global_pool) {
+%typemap(python, arginit) apr_pool_t *pool(apr_pool_t *_global_pool) {
     /* Assume that the pool here is the last argument in the list */
     SWIG_ConvertPtr(PyTuple_GET_ITEM(args, PyTuple_GET_SIZE(args) - 1),
                     (void **)$1, $1_descriptor, SWIG_POINTER_EXCEPTION | 0);
     _global_pool = $1;
 }
+%typemap(perl5, arginit) apr_pool_t *pool(apr_pool_t *_global_pool) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 %typemap(in) apr_pool_t *pool ;
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Index: svn_string.i
===================================================================
--- svn_string.i (revision 4640)
+++ svn_string.i (working copy)
@@ -47,6 +47,9 @@
     return NULL;
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) RET_STRING {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    TYPE: svn_stringbuf_t
 */
@@ -62,9 +65,15 @@
                                _global_pool);
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,in) svn_stringbuf_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 %typemap(python,out) svn_stringbuf_t * {
     $result = PyString_FromStringAndSize($1-data, $1-len);
 }
+%typemap(perl5,out) svn_stringbuf_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* svn_stringbuf_t ** is always an output parameter */
 %typemap(in,numinputs=0) svn_stringbuf_t ** (svn_stringbuf_t *temp) {
@@ -91,16 +100,25 @@
         $1 = value;
     }
 }
+%typemap(perl5,in) const svn_string_t * (svn_string_t value) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* when storing an svn_string_t* into a structure, we must allocate the
    svn_string_t structure on the heap. */
 %typemap(python,memberin) const svn_string_t * {
     $1 = svn_string_dup($input, _global_pool);
 }
+%typemap(perl5,memberin) const svn_string_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 %typemap(python,out) svn_string_t * {
     $result = PyString_FromStringAndSize($1-data, $1-len);
 }
+%typemap(perl5,out) svn_string_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* svn_string_t ** is always an output parameter */
 %typemap(in,numinputs=0) svn_string_t ** (svn_string_t *temp) {
@@ -118,6 +136,7 @@
 %typemap(python) const char **OUTPUT (const char *temp) {
     $1 = (char **)
 }
+/* ### FIXME-perl I need to figure out what a typemap with a member of just python does*/
 %typemap(python,argout,fragment=t_output_helper) const char **OUTPUT {
     PyObject *s;
     if (*$1 == NULL) {
@@ -132,6 +151,9 @@
     $result = t_output_helper($result, s);
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) const char **OUTPUT {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    define a general INPUT param of an array of svn_stringbuf_t* items.
  */
@@ -145,5 +167,8 @@
 %typemap(java,in) const apr_array_header_t *STRINGLIST {
     /* FIXME: This is just a stub -- implement JNI code! */
 }
+%typemap(perl5,in) const apr_array_header_t *STRINGLIST {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
Index: svn_fs.i
===================================================================
--- svn_fs.i (revision 4640)
+++ svn_fs.i (working copy)
@@ -80,6 +80,9 @@
     $result = t_output_helper($result, svn_swig_py_array_to_list(*$1));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5, argout) apr_array_header_t **names_p {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    revisions_changed's apr_array_header_t ** is returning a list of
    revs. also, its input array is a list of strings.
@@ -89,6 +92,9 @@
 apr_array_header_t **revs {
     $result = t_output_helper($result, svn_swig_py_revarray_to_list(*$1));
 }
+%typemap(perl5, argout) apr_array_header_t **revs {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 %apply const apr_array_header_t *STRINGLIST {
     const apr_array_header_t *paths
 };
@@ -109,6 +115,9 @@
         $result,
         svn_swig_py_convert_hash(*$1, SWIGTYPE_p_svn_fs_dirent_t));
 }
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_hash_t **entries_p {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    and except for svn_fs_paths_changed, which returns svn_fs_path_change_t
@@ -122,6 +131,9 @@
         svn_swig_py_convert_hash(*$1, SWIGTYPE_p_svn_fs_path_change_t));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5, argout) apr_hash_t **changed_paths_p {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
 
 
Index: svn_client.i
===================================================================
--- svn_client.i (revision 4640)
+++ svn_client.i (working copy)
@@ -91,6 +91,9 @@
         $result,
         svn_swig_java_convert_hash(*$1, SWIGTYPE_p_svn_wc_status_t));
 }
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_hash_t **statushash {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    handle svn_wc_notify_func_t/baton pairs
@@ -102,6 +105,9 @@
   $2 = $input; /* our function is the baton. */
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,in) (svn_wc_notify_func_t notify_func, void *notify_baton) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    handle svn_client_get_commit_log_t/baton pairs
 */
@@ -113,6 +119,11 @@
   $2 = $input; /* our function is the baton. */
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,in) (svn_client_get_commit_log_t log_msg_func,
+ void *log_msg_baton) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
+
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    handle the statushash OUTPUT param for svn_client_status()
 */
@@ -123,6 +134,9 @@
         svn_swig_py_convert_hash(*$1, SWIGTYPE_p_svn_wc_status_t));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_hash_t **statushash {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    fix up the return hash for svn_client_ls()
 */
@@ -133,6 +147,9 @@
                 $result,
                 svn_swig_py_convert_hash(*$1, SWIGTYPE_p_svn_dirent_t));
 }
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_hash_t **dirents {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    We use 'svn_wc_status_t *' in some custom code, but it isn't in the
Index: util.i
===================================================================
--- util.i (revision 4640)
+++ util.i (working copy)
@@ -109,6 +109,9 @@
     $1 = malloc(temp);
     $2 = ($2_ltype)
 }
+%typemap(perl5, in) (char *buffer, apr_size_t *len) ($*2_type temp) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* ### need to use freearg or somesuch to ensure the string is freed.
    ### watch out for 'return' anywhere in the binding code. */
@@ -117,6 +120,9 @@
     $result = t_output_helper($result, PyString_FromStringAndSize($1, *$2));
     free($1);
 }
+%typemap(perl5, argout) (char *buffer, apr_size_t *len) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    fix up the svn_stream_write() ptr/len arguments
@@ -131,11 +137,17 @@
     temp = PyString_GET_SIZE($input);
     $2 = ($2_ltype)
 }
+%typemap(perl5, in) (const char *data, apr_size_t *len) ($*2_type temp) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 %typemap(python, argout, fragment=t_output_helper) (const char *data, apr_size_t *len) {
     $result = t_output_helper($result, PyInt_FromLong(*$2));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5, argout, fragment=t_output_helper) (const char *data, apr_size_t *len) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    describe how to pass a FILE* as a parameter (svn_stream_from_stdio)
 */
@@ -146,6 +158,9 @@
         return NULL;
     }
 }
+%typemap(perl5, in) FILE * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    the second argument to svn_parse_date is unused: always pass NULL
Index: svn_repos.i
===================================================================
--- svn_repos.i (revision 4640)
+++ svn_repos.i (working copy)
@@ -48,6 +48,10 @@
     $1 = svn_swig_py_thunk_log_receiver;
     $2 = (void *)$input;
 }
+%typemap(perl5, in) (svn_log_message_receiver_t receiver,
+ void *receiver_baton) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    handle the 'paths' parameter appropriately
Index: apr.i
===================================================================
--- apr.i (revision 4640)
+++ apr.i (working copy)
@@ -40,6 +40,10 @@
     /* ### FIXME */
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_off_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
+
 /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
 
 %include apr.h
@@ -81,6 +85,9 @@
     $result = t_output_helper($result, JCALL1(NewGlobalRef, jenv, l));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_time_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    create some INOUT typemaps for apr_size_t
 */
@@ -98,6 +105,9 @@
     $1 =
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,in) apr_size_t *INOUT (apr_size_t temp) {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    create an OUTPUT argument typemap for an apr_hash_t **
 */
@@ -123,6 +133,9 @@
                      svn_swig_java_prophash_to_dict(jenv, *$1));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_hash_t **PROPHASH {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   handle apr_file_t *
 */
@@ -130,6 +143,9 @@
 %typemap(python, in) apr_file_t * {
   $1 = svn_swig_py_make_file($input, _global_pool);
 }
+%typemap(perl5, in) apr_file_t * {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 
 /* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    apr_file_t ** is always an OUT param
@@ -151,4 +167,7 @@
         SWIG_NewPointerObj(*$1, $*1_descriptor, 0));
 }
 
+%typemap(perl5,argout) apr_file_t ** {
+ /* ### FIXME-perl */
+}
 /* ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
=============================end============================================

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