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/* Error handling for runtime dynamic linker.
   Copyright (C) 1995,96,97,98,99,2000,2001,2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This file is part of the GNU C Library.

   The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
   modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
   version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

   The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   Lesser General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
   Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307 USA.  */

#include <libintl.h>
#include <setjmp.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <ldsodefs.h>

/* This structure communicates state between _dl_catch_error and
   _dl_signal_error.  */
struct catch
    const char *objname;      /* Object/File name.  */
    const char *errstring;    /* Error detail filled in here.  */
    jmp_buf env;        /* longjmp here on error.  */

/* Multiple threads at once can use the `_dl_catch_error' function.  The
   calls can come from `_dl_map_object_deps', `_dlerror_run', or from
   any of the libc functionality which loads dynamic objects (NSS, iconv).
   Therefore we have to be prepared to save the state in thread-local
   memory.  The _dl_error_catch_tsd function pointer is reset by the thread
   library so that it returns the address of a thread-local variable.  */

/* This message we return as a last resort.  We define the string in a
   variable since we have to avoid freeing it and so have to enable
   a pointer comparison.  See below and in dlfcn/dlerror.c.  */
const char _dl_out_of_memory[] = "out of memory";

/* This points to a function which is called when an continuable error is
   received.  Unlike the handling of `catch' this function may return.
   The arguments will be the `errstring' and `objname'.

   Since this functionality is not used in normal programs (only in ld.so)
   we do not care about multi-threaded programs here.  We keep this as a
   global variable.  */
static receiver_fct receiver;

# define CATCH_HOOK     (*(struct catch **) (*GL(dl_error_catch_tsd)) ())
static struct catch *catch_hook;
# define CATCH_HOOK     catch_hook

_dl_signal_error (int errcode, const char *objname, const char *occation,
              const char *errstring)
  struct catch *lcatch;

  if (! errstring)
    errstring = N_("DYNAMIC LINKER BUG!!!");

  lcatch = CATCH_HOOK;
  if (objname == NULL)
    objname = "";
  if (lcatch != NULL)
      /* We are inside _dl_catch_error.  Return to it.  We have to
       duplicate the error string since it might be allocated on the
       stack.  The object name is always a string constant.  */
      size_t len_objname = strlen (objname) + 1;
      size_t len_errstring = strlen (errstring) + 1;

      lcatch->errstring = (char *) malloc (len_objname + len_errstring);
      if (lcatch->errstring != NULL)
      /* Make a copy of the object file name and the error string.  */
      lcatch->objname = memcpy (__mempcpy ((char *) lcatch->errstring,
                                   errstring, len_errstring),
                          objname, len_objname);
        /* This is better than nothing.  */
        lcatch->objname = "";
        lcatch->errstring = INTUSE(_dl_out_of_memory);
      longjmp (lcatch->env, errcode ?: -1);
      /* Lossage while resolving the program's own symbols is always fatal.  */
      char buffer[1024];
      _dl_fatal_printf ("%s: %s: %s%s%s%s%s\n",
                  rtld_progname ?: "<program name unknown>",
                  occation ?: N_("error while loading shared libraries"),
                  objname, *objname ? ": " : "",
                  errstring, errcode ? ": " : "",
                   ? __strerror_r (errcode, buffer, sizeof buffer)
                   : ""));
INTDEF (_dl_signal_error)

_dl_signal_cerror (int errcode, const char *objname, const char *occation,
               const char *errstring)
  if (__builtin_expect (GL(dl_debug_mask)
                  & ~(DL_DEBUG_STATISTICS|DL_DEBUG_PRELINK), 0))
    INTUSE(_dl_debug_printf) ("%s: error: %s: %s (%s)\n", objname, occation,
                        errstring, receiver ? "continued" : "fatal");

  if (receiver)
      /* We are inside _dl_receive_error.  Call the user supplied
       handler and resume the work.  The receiver will still be
       installed.  */
      (*receiver) (errcode, objname, errstring);
    INTUSE(_dl_signal_error) (errcode, objname, occation, errstring);

_dl_catch_error (const char **objname, const char **errstring,
             void (*operate) (void *), void *args)
  int errcode;
  struct catch *volatile old;
  struct catch c;
  /* We need not handle `receiver' since setting a `catch' is handled
     before it.  */

  /* Some systems (e.g., SPARC) handle constructors to local variables
     inefficient.  So we initialize `c' by hand.  */
  c.errstring = NULL;

  struct catch **const catchp = &CATCH_HOOK;
  old = *catchp;
  errcode = setjmp (c.env);
  if (__builtin_expect (errcode, 0) == 0)
      *catchp = &c;
      (*operate) (args);
      *catchp = old;
      *objname = NULL;
      *errstring = NULL;
      return 0;

  /* We get here only if we longjmp'd out of OPERATE.  */
  *catchp = old;
  *objname = c.objname;
  *errstring = c.errstring;
  return errcode == -1 ? 0 : errcode;
INTDEF (_dl_catch_error)

_dl_receive_error (receiver_fct fct, void (*operate) (void *), void *args)
  struct catch **const catchp = &CATCH_HOOK;
  struct catch *old_catch;
  receiver_fct old_receiver;

  old_catch = *catchp;
  old_receiver = receiver;

  /* Set the new values.  */
  *catchp = NULL;
  receiver = fct;

  (*operate) (args);

  *catchp = old_catch;
  receiver = old_receiver;

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