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authorPoul-Henning Kamp <phk@FreeBSD.org>1997-10-01 13:19:13 +0000
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+# optparse.tcl --
+#
+# (Private) option parsing package
+#
+# This might be documented and exported in 8.1
+# and some function hopefully moved to the C core for
+# efficiency, if there is enough demand. (mail! ;-)
+#
+# Author: Laurent Demailly - Laurent.Demailly@sun.com - dl@mail.box.eu.org
+#
+# Credits:
+# this is a complete 'over kill' rewrite by me, from a version
+# written initially with Brent Welch, itself initially
+# based on work with Steve Uhler. Thanks them !
+#
+# SCCS: @(#) optparse.tcl 1.11 97/08/11 16:39:15
+
+package provide opt 0.1
+
+namespace eval ::tcl {
+
+ # Exported APIs
+ namespace export OptKeyRegister OptKeyDelete OptKeyError OptKeyParse \
+ OptProc OptProcArgGiven OptParse \
+ Lassign Lvarpop Lvarset Lvarincr Lfirst \
+ SetMax SetMin
+
+
+################# Example of use / 'user documentation' ###################
+
+ proc OptCreateTestProc {} {
+
+ # Defines ::tcl::OptParseTest as a test proc with parsed arguments
+ # (can't be defined before the code below is loaded (before "OptProc"))
+
+ # Every OptProc give usage information on "procname -help".
+ # Try "tcl::OptParseTest -help" and "tcl::OptParseTest -a" and
+ # then other arguments.
+ #
+ # example of 'valid' call:
+ # ::tcl::OptParseTest save -4 -pr 23 -libsok SybTcl\
+ # -nostatics false ch1
+ OptProc OptParseTest {
+ {subcommand -choice {save print} "sub command"}
+ {arg1 3 "some number"}
+ {-aflag}
+ {-intflag 7}
+ {-weirdflag "help string"}
+ {-noStatics "Not ok to load static packages"}
+ {-nestedloading1 true "OK to load into nested slaves"}
+ {-nestedloading2 -boolean true "OK to load into nested slaves"}
+ {-libsOK -choice {Tk SybTcl}
+ "List of packages that can be loaded"}
+ {-precision -int 12 "Number of digits of precision"}
+ {-intval 7 "An integer"}
+ {-scale -float 1.0 "Scale factor"}
+ {-zoom 1.0 "Zoom factor"}
+ {-arbitrary foobar "Arbitrary string"}
+ {-random -string 12 "Random string"}
+ {-listval -list {} "List value"}
+ {-blahflag -blah abc "Funny type"}
+ {arg2 -boolean "a boolean"}
+ {arg3 -choice "ch1 ch2"}
+ {?optarg? -list {} "optional argument"}
+ } {
+ foreach v [info locals] {
+ puts stderr [format "%14s : %s" $v [set $v]]
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+################### No User serviceable part below ! ###############
+# You should really not look any further :
+# The following is private unexported undocumented unblessed... code
+# time to hit "q" ;-) !
+
+# Hmmm... ok, you really want to know ?
+
+# You've been warned... Here it is...
+
+ # Array storing the parsed descriptions
+ variable OptDesc;
+ array set OptDesc {};
+ # Next potentially free key id (numeric)
+ variable OptDescN 0;
+
+# Inside algorithm/mechanism description:
+# (not for the faint hearted ;-)
+#
+# The argument description is parsed into a "program tree"
+# It is called a "program" because it is the program used by
+# the state machine interpreter that use that program to
+# actually parse the arguments at run time.
+#
+# The general structure of a "program" is
+# notation (pseudo bnf like)
+# name :== definition defines "name" as being "definition"
+# { x y z } means list of x, y, and z
+# x* means x repeated 0 or more time
+# x+ means "x x*"
+# x? means optionally x
+# x | y means x or y
+# "cccc" means the literal string
+#
+# program :== { programCounter programStep* }
+#
+# programStep :== program | singleStep
+#
+# programCounter :== {"P" integer+ }
+#
+# singleStep :== { instruction parameters* }
+#
+# instruction :== single element list
+#
+# (the difference between singleStep and program is that \
+# llength [Lfirst $program] >= 2
+# while
+# llength [Lfirst $singleStep] == 1
+# )
+#
+# And for this application:
+#
+# singleStep :== { instruction varname {hasBeenSet currentValue} type
+# typeArgs help }
+# instruction :== "flags" | "value"
+# type :== knowType | anyword
+# knowType :== "string" | "int" | "boolean" | "boolflag" | "float"
+# | "choice"
+#
+# for type "choice" typeArgs is a list of possible choices, the first one
+# is the default value. for all other types the typeArgs is the default value
+#
+# a "boolflag" is the type for a flag whose presence or absence, without
+# additional arguments means respectively true or false (default flag type).
+#
+# programCounter is the index in the list of the currently processed
+# programStep (thus starting at 1 (0 is {"P" prgCounterValue}).
+# If it is a list it points toward each currently selected programStep.
+# (like for "flags", as they are optional, form a set and programStep).
+
+# Performance/Implementation issues
+# ---------------------------------
+# We use tcl lists instead of arrays because with tcl8.0
+# they should start to be much faster.
+# But this code use a lot of helper procs (like Lvarset)
+# which are quite slow and would be helpfully optimized
+# for instance by being written in C. Also our struture
+# is complex and there is maybe some places where the
+# string rep might be calculated at great exense. to be checked.
+
+#
+# Parse a given description and saves it here under the given key
+# generate a unused keyid if not given
+#
+proc ::tcl::OptKeyRegister {desc {key ""}} {
+ variable OptDesc;
+ variable OptDescN;
+ if {[string compare $key ""] == 0} {
+ # in case a key given to us as a parameter was a number
+ while {[info exists OptDesc($OptDescN)]} {incr OptDescN}
+ set key $OptDescN;
+ incr OptDescN;
+ }
+ # program counter
+ set program [list [list "P" 1]];
+
+ # are we processing flags (which makes a single program step)
+ set inflags 0;
+ set state {};
+
+ foreach item $desc {
+ if {$state == "args"} {
+ # more items after 'args'...
+ return -code error "'args' special argument must be the last one";
+ }
+ set res [OptNormalizeOne $item];
+ set state [Lfirst $res];
+ if {$inflags} {
+ if {$state == "flags"} {
+ # add to 'subprogram'
+ lappend flagsprg $res;
+ } else {
+ # put in the flags
+ # structure for flag programs items is a list of
+ # {subprgcounter {prg flag 1} {prg flag 2} {...}}
+ lappend program $flagsprg;
+ # put the other regular stuff
+ lappend program $res;
+ set inflags 0;
+ }
+ } else {
+ if {$state == "flags"} {
+ set inflags 1;
+ # sub program counter + first sub program
+ set flagsprg [list [list "P" 1] $res];
+ } else {
+ lappend program $res;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ if {$inflags} {
+ lappend program $flagsprg;
+ }
+
+ set OptDesc($key) $program;
+
+ return $key;
+}
+
+#
+# Free the storage for that given key
+#
+proc ::tcl::OptKeyDelete {key} {
+ variable OptDesc;
+ unset OptDesc($key);
+}
+
+ # Get the parsed description stored under the given key.
+ proc OptKeyGetDesc {descKey} {
+ variable OptDesc;
+ if {![info exists OptDesc($descKey)]} {
+ return -code error "Unknown option description key \"$descKey\"";
+ }
+ set OptDesc($descKey);
+ }
+
+# Parse entry point for ppl who don't want to register with a key,
+# for instance because the description changes dynamically.
+# (otherwise one should really use OptKeyRegister once + OptKeyParse
+# as it is way faster or simply OptProc which does it all)
+# Assign a temporary key, call OptKeyParse and then free the storage
+proc ::tcl::OptParse {desc arglist} {
+ set tempkey [OptKeyRegister $desc];
+ set ret [catch {uplevel [list ::tcl::OptKeyParse $tempkey $arglist]} res];
+ OptKeyDelete $tempkey;
+ return -code $ret $res;
+}
+
+# Helper function, replacement for proc that both
+# register the description under a key which is the name of the proc
+# (and thus unique to that code)
+# and add a first line to the code to call the OptKeyParse proc
+# Stores the list of variables that have been actually given by the user
+# (the other will be sets to their default value)
+# into local variable named "Args".
+proc ::tcl::OptProc {name desc body} {
+ set namespace [uplevel namespace current];
+ if { ([string match $name "::*"])
+ || ([string compare $namespace "::"]==0)} {
+ # absolute name or global namespace, name is the key
+ set key $name;
+ } else {
+ # we are relative to some non top level namespace:
+ set key "${namespace}::${name}";
+ }
+ OptKeyRegister $desc $key;
+ uplevel [list proc $name args "set Args \[::tcl::OptKeyParse $key \$args\]\n$body"];
+ return $key;
+}
+# Check that a argument has been given
+# assumes that "OptProc" has been used as it will check in "Args" list
+proc ::tcl::OptProcArgGiven {argname} {
+ upvar Args alist;
+ expr {[lsearch $alist $argname] >=0}
+}
+
+ #######
+ # Programs/Descriptions manipulation
+
+ # Return the instruction word/list of a given step/(sub)program
+ proc OptInstr {lst} {
+ Lfirst $lst;
+ }
+ # Is a (sub) program or a plain instruction ?
+ proc OptIsPrg {lst} {
+ expr {[llength [OptInstr $lst]]>=2}
+ }
+ # Is this instruction a program counter or a real instr
+ proc OptIsCounter {item} {
+ expr {[Lfirst $item]=="P"}
+ }
+ # Current program counter (2nd word of first word)
+ proc OptGetPrgCounter {lst} {
+ Lget $lst {0 1}
+ }
+ # Current program counter (2nd word of first word)
+ proc OptSetPrgCounter {lstName newValue} {
+ upvar $lstName lst;
+ set lst [lreplace $lst 0 0 [concat "P" $newValue]];
+ }
+ # returns a list of currently selected items.
+ proc OptSelection {lst} {
+ set res {};
+ foreach idx [lrange [Lfirst $lst] 1 end] {
+ lappend res [Lget $lst $idx];
+ }
+ return $res;
+ }
+
+ # Advance to next description
+ proc OptNextDesc {descName} {
+ uplevel [list Lvarincr $descName {0 1}];
+ }
+
+ # Get the current description, eventually descend
+ proc OptCurDesc {descriptions} {
+ lindex $descriptions [OptGetPrgCounter $descriptions];
+ }
+ # get the current description, eventually descend
+ # through sub programs as needed.
+ proc OptCurDescFinal {descriptions} {
+ set item [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ # Descend untill we get the actual item and not a sub program
+ while {[OptIsPrg $item]} {
+ set item [OptCurDesc $item];
+ }
+ return $item;
+ }
+ # Current final instruction adress
+ proc OptCurAddr {descriptions {start {}}} {
+ set adress [OptGetPrgCounter $descriptions];
+ lappend start $adress;
+ set item [lindex $descriptions $adress];
+ if {[OptIsPrg $item]} {
+ return [OptCurAddr $item $start];
+ } else {
+ return $start;
+ }
+ }
+ # Set the value field of the current instruction
+ proc OptCurSetValue {descriptionsName value} {
+ upvar $descriptionsName descriptions
+ # get the current item full adress
+ set adress [OptCurAddr $descriptions];
+ # use the 3th field of the item (see OptValue / OptNewInst)
+ lappend adress 2
+ Lvarset descriptions $adress [list 1 $value];
+ # ^hasBeenSet flag
+ }
+
+ # empty state means done/paste the end of the program
+ proc OptState {item} {
+ Lfirst $item
+ }
+
+ # current state
+ proc OptCurState {descriptions} {
+ OptState [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ }
+
+ #######
+ # Arguments manipulation
+
+ # Returns the argument that has to be processed now
+ proc OptCurrentArg {lst} {
+ Lfirst $lst;
+ }
+ # Advance to next argument
+ proc OptNextArg {argsName} {
+ uplevel [list Lvarpop $argsName];
+ }
+ #######
+
+
+
+
+
+ # Loop over all descriptions, calling OptDoOne which will
+ # eventually eat all the arguments.
+ proc OptDoAll {descriptionsName argumentsName} {
+ upvar $descriptionsName descriptions
+ upvar $argumentsName arguments;
+# puts "entered DoAll";
+ # Nb: the places where "state" can be set are tricky to figure
+ # because DoOne sets the state to flagsValue and return -continue
+ # when needed...
+ set state [OptCurState $descriptions];
+ # We'll exit the loop in "OptDoOne" or when state is empty.
+ while 1 {
+ set curitem [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ # Do subprograms if needed, call ourselves on the sub branch
+ while {[OptIsPrg $curitem]} {
+ OptDoAll curitem arguments
+# puts "done DoAll sub";
+ # Insert back the results in current tree;
+ Lvarset1nc descriptions [OptGetPrgCounter $descriptions]\
+ $curitem;
+ OptNextDesc descriptions;
+ set curitem [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ set state [OptCurState $descriptions];
+ }
+# puts "state = \"$state\" - arguments=($arguments)";
+ if {[Lempty $state]} {
+ # Nothing left to do, we are done in this branch:
+ break;
+ }
+ # The following statement can make us terminate/continue
+ # as it use return -code {break, continue, return and error}
+ # codes
+ OptDoOne descriptions state arguments;
+ # If we are here, no special return code where issued,
+ # we'll step to next instruction :
+# puts "new state = \"$state\"";
+ OptNextDesc descriptions;
+ set state [OptCurState $descriptions];
+ }
+ if {![Lempty $arguments]} {
+ return -code error [OptTooManyArgs $descriptions $arguments];
+ }
+ }
+
+ # Process one step for the state machine,
+ # eventually consuming the current argument.
+ proc OptDoOne {descriptionsName stateName argumentsName} {
+ upvar $argumentsName arguments;
+ upvar $descriptionsName descriptions;
+ upvar $stateName state;
+
+ # the special state/instruction "args" eats all
+ # the remaining args (if any)
+ if {($state == "args")} {
+ OptCurSetValue descriptions $arguments;
+ set arguments {};
+# puts "breaking out ('args' state: consuming every reminding args)"
+ return -code break;
+ }
+
+ if {[Lempty $arguments]} {
+ if {$state == "flags"} {
+ # no argument and no flags : we're done
+# puts "returning to previous (sub)prg (no more args)";
+ return -code return;
+ } elseif {$state == "optValue"} {
+ set state next; # not used, for debug only
+ # go to next state
+ return ;
+ } else {
+ return -code error [OptMissingValue $descriptions];
+ }
+ } else {
+ set arg [OptCurrentArg $arguments];
+ }
+
+ switch $state {
+ flags {
+ # A non-dash argument terminates the options, as does --
+
+ # Still a flag ?
+ if {![OptIsFlag $arg]} {
+ # don't consume the argument, return to previous prg
+ return -code return;
+ }
+ # consume the flag
+ OptNextArg arguments;
+ if {[string compare "--" $arg] == 0} {
+ # return from 'flags' state
+ return -code return;
+ }
+
+ set hits [OptHits descriptions $arg];
+ if {$hits > 1} {
+ return -code error [OptAmbigous $descriptions $arg]
+ } elseif {$hits == 0} {
+ return -code error [OptFlagUsage $descriptions $arg]
+ }
+ set item [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ if {[OptNeedValue $item]} {
+ # we need a value, next state is
+ set state flagValue;
+ } else {
+ OptCurSetValue descriptions 1;
+ }
+ # continue
+ return -code continue;
+ }
+ flagValue -
+ value {
+ set item [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ # Test the values against their required type
+ if [catch {OptCheckType $arg\
+ [OptType $item] [OptTypeArgs $item]} val] {
+ return -code error [OptBadValue $item $arg $val]
+ }
+ # consume the value
+ OptNextArg arguments;
+ # set the value
+ OptCurSetValue descriptions $val;
+ # go to next state
+ if {$state == "flagValue"} {
+ set state flags
+ return -code continue;
+ } else {
+ set state next; # not used, for debug only
+ return ; # will go on next step
+ }
+ }
+ optValue {
+ set item [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ # Test the values against their required type
+ if ![catch {OptCheckType $arg\
+ [OptType $item] [OptTypeArgs $item]} val] {
+ # right type, so :
+ # consume the value
+ OptNextArg arguments;
+ # set the value
+ OptCurSetValue descriptions $val;
+ }
+ # go to next state
+ set state next; # not used, for debug only
+ return ; # will go on next step
+ }
+ }
+ # If we reach this point: an unknown
+ # state as been entered !
+ return -code error "Bug! unknown state in DoOne \"$state\"\
+ (prg counter [OptGetPrgCounter $descriptions]:\
+ [OptCurDesc $descriptions])";
+ }
+
+# Parse the options given the key to previously registered description
+# and arguments list
+proc ::tcl::OptKeyParse {descKey arglist} {
+
+ set desc [OptKeyGetDesc $descKey];
+
+ # make sure -help always give usage
+ if {[string compare "-help" [string tolower $arglist]] == 0} {
+ return -code error [OptError "Usage information:" $desc 1];
+ }
+
+ OptDoAll desc arglist;
+
+ # Analyse the result
+ # Walk through the tree:
+ OptTreeVars $desc "#[expr [info level]-1]" ;
+}
+
+ # determine string length for nice tabulated output
+ proc OptTreeVars {desc level {vnamesLst {}}} {
+ foreach item $desc {
+ if {[OptIsCounter $item]} continue;
+ if {[OptIsPrg $item]} {
+ set vnamesLst [OptTreeVars $item $level $vnamesLst];
+ } else {
+ set vname [OptVarName $item];
+ upvar $level $vname var
+ if {[OptHasBeenSet $item]} {
+# puts "adding $vname"
+ # lets use the input name for the returned list
+ # it is more usefull, for instance you can check that
+ # no flags at all was given with expr
+ # {![string match "*-*" $Args]}
+ lappend vnamesLst [OptName $item];
+ set var [OptValue $item];
+ } else {
+ set var [OptDefaultValue $item];
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return $vnamesLst
+ }
+
+
+# Check the type of a value
+# and emit an error if arg is not of the correct type
+# otherwise returns the canonical value of that arg (ie 0/1 for booleans)
+proc ::tcl::OptCheckType {arg type {typeArgs ""}} {
+# puts "checking '$arg' against '$type' ($typeArgs)";
+
+ # only types "any", "choice", and numbers can have leading "-"
+
+ switch -exact -- $type {
+ int {
+ if ![regexp {^(-+)?[0-9]+$} $arg] {
+ error "not an integer"
+ }
+ return $arg;
+ }
+ float {
+ return [expr double($arg)]
+ }
+ script -
+ list {
+ # if llength fail : malformed list
+ if {[llength $arg]==0} {
+ if {[OptIsFlag $arg]} {
+ error "no values with leading -"
+ }
+ }
+ return $arg;
+ }
+ boolean {
+ if ![regexp -nocase {^(true|false|0|1)$} $arg] {
+ error "non canonic boolean"
+ }
+ # convert true/false because expr/if is broken with "!,...
+ if {$arg} {
+ return 1
+ } else {
+ return 0
+ }
+ }
+ choice {
+ if {[lsearch -exact $typeArgs $arg] < 0} {
+ error "invalid choice"
+ }
+ return $arg;
+ }
+ any {
+ return $arg;
+ }
+ string -
+ default {
+ if {[OptIsFlag $arg]} {
+ error "no values with leading -"
+ }
+ return $arg
+ }
+ }
+ return neverReached;
+}
+
+ # internal utilities
+
+ # returns the number of flags matching the given arg
+ # sets the (local) prg counter to the list of matches
+ proc OptHits {descName arg} {
+ upvar $descName desc;
+ set hits 0
+ set hitems {}
+ set i 1;
+ foreach item [lrange $desc 1 end] {
+ set flag [OptName $item]
+ # lets try to match case insensitively
+ if {[string match [string tolower $arg*] [string tolower $flag]]} {
+ lappend hitems $i;
+ incr hits;
+ }
+ incr i;
+ }
+ if {$hits} {
+ OptSetPrgCounter desc $hitems;
+ }
+ return $hits
+ }
+
+ # Extract fields from the list structure:
+
+ proc OptName {item} {
+ lindex $item 1;
+ }
+ #
+ proc OptHasBeenSet {item} {
+ Lget $item {2 0};
+ }
+ #
+ proc OptValue {item} {
+ Lget $item {2 1};
+ }
+
+ proc OptIsFlag {name} {
+ string match "-*" $name;
+ }
+ proc OptIsOpt {name} {
+ string match {\?*} $name;
+ }
+ proc OptVarName {item} {
+ set name [OptName $item];
+ if {[OptIsFlag $name]} {
+ return [string range $name 1 end];
+ } elseif {[OptIsOpt $name]} {
+ return [string trim $name "?"];
+ } else {
+ return $name;
+ }
+ }
+ proc OptType {item} {
+ lindex $item 3
+ }
+ proc OptTypeArgs {item} {
+ lindex $item 4
+ }
+ proc OptHelp {item} {
+ lindex $item 5
+ }
+ proc OptNeedValue {item} {
+ string compare [OptType $item] boolflag
+ }
+ proc OptDefaultValue {item} {
+ set val [OptTypeArgs $item]
+ switch -exact -- [OptType $item] {
+ choice {return [lindex $val 0]}
+ boolean -
+ boolflag {
+ # convert back false/true to 0/1 because expr !$bool
+ # is broken..
+ if {$val} {
+ return 1
+ } else {
+ return 0
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return $val
+ }
+
+ # Description format error helper
+ proc OptOptUsage {item {what ""}} {
+ return -code error "invalid description format$what: $item\n\
+ should be a list of {varname|-flagname ?-type? ?defaultvalue?\
+ ?helpstring?}";
+ }
+
+
+ # Generate a canonical form single instruction
+ proc OptNewInst {state varname type typeArgs help} {
+ list $state $varname [list 0 {}] $type $typeArgs $help;
+ # ^ ^
+ # | |
+ # hasBeenSet=+ +=currentValue
+ }
+
+ # Translate one item to canonical form
+ proc OptNormalizeOne {item} {
+ set lg [Lassign $item varname arg1 arg2 arg3];
+# puts "called optnormalizeone '$item' v=($varname), lg=$lg";
+ set isflag [OptIsFlag $varname];
+ set isopt [OptIsOpt $varname];
+ if {$isflag} {
+ set state "flags";
+ } elseif {$isopt} {
+ set state "optValue";
+ } elseif {[string compare $varname "args"]} {
+ set state "value";
+ } else {
+ set state "args";
+ }
+
+ # apply 'smart' 'fuzzy' logic to try to make
+ # description writer's life easy, and our's difficult :
+ # let's guess the missing arguments :-)
+
+ switch $lg {
+ 1 {
+ if {$isflag} {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname boolflag false ""];
+ } else {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname any "" ""];
+ }
+ }
+ 2 {
+ # varname default
+ # varname help
+ set type [OptGuessType $arg1]
+ if {[string compare $type "string"] == 0} {
+ if {$isflag} {
+ set type boolflag
+ set def false
+ } else {
+ set type any
+ set def ""
+ }
+ set help $arg1
+ } else {
+ set help ""
+ set def $arg1
+ }
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname $type $def $help];
+ }
+ 3 {
+ # varname type value
+ # varname value comment
+
+ if [regexp {^-(.+)$} $arg1 x type] {
+ # flags/optValue as they are optional, need a "value",
+ # on the contrary, for a variable (non optional),
+ # default value is pointless, 'cept for choices :
+ if {$isflag || $isopt || ($type == "choice")} {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname $type $arg2 ""];
+ } else {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname $type "" $arg2];
+ }
+ } else {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname\
+ [OptGuessType $arg1] $arg1 $arg2]
+ }
+ }
+ 4 {
+ if [regexp {^-(.+)$} $arg1 x type] {
+ return [OptNewInst $state $varname $type $arg2 $arg3];
+ } else {
+ return -code error [OptOptUsage $item];
+ }
+ }
+ default {
+ return -code error [OptOptUsage $item];
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ # Auto magic lasy type determination
+ proc OptGuessType {arg} {
+ if [regexp -nocase {^(true|false)$} $arg] {
+ return boolean
+ }
+ if [regexp {^(-+)?[0-9]+$} $arg] {
+ return int
+ }
+ if ![catch {expr double($arg)}] {
+ return float
+ }
+ return string
+ }
+
+ # Error messages front ends
+
+ proc OptAmbigous {desc arg} {
+ OptError "ambigous option \"$arg\", choose from:" [OptSelection $desc]
+ }
+ proc OptFlagUsage {desc arg} {
+ OptError "bad flag \"$arg\", must be one of" $desc;
+ }
+ proc OptTooManyArgs {desc arguments} {
+ OptError "too many arguments (unexpected argument(s): $arguments),\
+ usage:"\
+ $desc 1
+ }
+ proc OptParamType {item} {
+ if {[OptIsFlag $item]} {
+ return "flag";
+ } else {
+ return "parameter";
+ }
+ }
+ proc OptBadValue {item arg {err {}}} {
+# puts "bad val err = \"$err\"";
+ OptError "bad value \"$arg\" for [OptParamType $item]"\
+ [list $item]
+ }
+ proc OptMissingValue {descriptions} {
+# set item [OptCurDescFinal $descriptions];
+ set item [OptCurDesc $descriptions];
+ OptError "no value given for [OptParamType $item] \"[OptName $item]\"\
+ (use -help for full usage) :"\
+ [list $item]
+ }
+
+proc ::tcl::OptKeyError {prefix descKey} {
+ OptError $prefix [OptKeyGetDesc $descKey];
+}
+
+ # determine string length for nice tabulated output
+ proc OptLengths {desc nlName tlName dlName} {
+ upvar $nlName nl;
+ upvar $tlName tl;
+ upvar $dlName dl;
+ foreach item $desc {
+ if {[OptIsCounter $item]} continue;
+ if {[OptIsPrg $item]} {
+ OptLengths $item nl tl dl
+ } else {
+ SetMax nl [string length [OptName $item]]
+ SetMax tl [string length [OptType $item]]
+ set dv [OptTypeArgs $item];
+ if {[OptState $item] != "header"} {
+ set dv "($dv)";
+ }
+ set l [string length $dv];
+ # limit the space allocated to potentially big "choices"
+ if {([OptType $item] != "choice") || ($l<=12)} {
+ SetMax dl $l
+ } else {
+ if {![info exists dl]} {
+ set dl 0
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ # output the tree
+ proc OptTree {desc nl tl dl} {
+ set res "";
+ foreach item $desc {
+ if {[OptIsCounter $item]} continue;
+ if {[OptIsPrg $item]} {
+ append res [OptTree $item $nl $tl $dl];
+ } else {
+ set dv [OptTypeArgs $item];
+ if {[OptState $item] != "header"} {
+ set dv "($dv)";
+ }
+ append res [format "\n %-*s %-*s %-*s %s" \
+ $nl [OptName $item] $tl [OptType $item] \
+ $dl $dv [OptHelp $item]]
+ }
+ }
+ return $res;
+ }
+
+# Give nice usage string
+proc ::tcl::OptError {prefix desc {header 0}} {
+ # determine length
+ if {$header} {
+ # add faked instruction
+ set h [list [OptNewInst header Var/FlagName Type Value Help]];
+ lappend h [OptNewInst header ------------ ---- ----- ----];
+ lappend h [OptNewInst header {( -help} "" "" {gives this help )}]
+ set desc [concat $h $desc]
+ }
+ OptLengths $desc nl tl dl
+ # actually output
+ return "$prefix[OptTree $desc $nl $tl $dl]"
+}
+
+
+################ General Utility functions #######################
+
+#
+# List utility functions
+# Naming convention:
+# "Lvarxxx" take the list VARiable name as argument
+# "Lxxxx" take the list value as argument
+# (which is not costly with Tcl8 objects system
+# as it's still a reference and not a copy of the values)
+#
+
+# Is that list empty ?
+proc ::tcl::Lempty {list} {
+ expr {[llength $list]==0}
+}
+
+# Gets the value of one leaf of a lists tree
+proc ::tcl::Lget {list indexLst} {
+ if {[llength $indexLst] <= 1} {
+ return [lindex $list $indexLst];
+ }
+ Lget [lindex $list [Lfirst $indexLst]] [Lrest $indexLst];
+}
+# Sets the value of one leaf of a lists tree
+# (we use the version that does not create the elements because
+# it would be even slower... needs to be written in C !)
+# (nb: there is a non trivial recursive problem with indexes 0,
+# which appear because there is no difference between a list
+# of 1 element and 1 element alone : [list "a"] == "a" while
+# it should be {a} and [listp a] should be 0 while [listp {a b}] would be 1
+# and [listp "a b"] maybe 0. listp does not exist either...)
+proc ::tcl::Lvarset {listName indexLst newValue} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ if {[llength $indexLst] <= 1} {
+ Lvarset1nc list $indexLst $newValue;
+ } else {
+ set idx [Lfirst $indexLst];
+ set targetList [lindex $list $idx];
+ # reduce refcount on targetList (not really usefull now,
+ # could be with optimizing compiler)
+# Lvarset1 list $idx {};
+ # recursively replace in targetList
+ Lvarset targetList [Lrest $indexLst] $newValue;
+ # put updated sub list back in the tree
+ Lvarset1nc list $idx $targetList;
+ }
+}
+# Set one cell to a value, eventually create all the needed elements
+# (on level-1 of lists)
+variable emptyList {}
+proc ::tcl::Lvarset1 {listName index newValue} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ if {$index < 0} {return -code error "invalid negative index"}
+ set lg [llength $list];
+ if {$index >= $lg} {
+ variable emptyList;
+ for {set i $lg} {$i<$index} {incr i} {
+ lappend list $emptyList;
+ }
+ lappend list $newValue;
+ } else {
+ set list [lreplace $list $index $index $newValue];
+ }
+}
+# same as Lvarset1 but no bound checking / creation
+proc ::tcl::Lvarset1nc {listName index newValue} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ set list [lreplace $list $index $index $newValue];
+}
+# Increments the value of one leaf of a lists tree
+# (which must exists)
+proc ::tcl::Lvarincr {listName indexLst {howMuch 1}} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ if {[llength $indexLst] <= 1} {
+ Lvarincr1 list $indexLst $howMuch;
+ } else {
+ set idx [Lfirst $indexLst];
+ set targetList [lindex $list $idx];
+ # reduce refcount on targetList
+ Lvarset1nc list $idx {};
+ # recursively replace in targetList
+ Lvarincr targetList [Lrest $indexLst] $howMuch;
+ # put updated sub list back in the tree
+ Lvarset1nc list $idx $targetList;
+ }
+}
+# Increments the value of one cell of a list
+proc ::tcl::Lvarincr1 {listName index {howMuch 1}} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ set newValue [expr [lindex $list $index]+$howMuch];
+ set list [lreplace $list $index $index $newValue];
+ return $newValue;
+}
+# Returns the first element of a list
+proc ::tcl::Lfirst {list} {
+ lindex $list 0
+}
+# Returns the rest of the list minus first element
+proc ::tcl::Lrest {list} {
+ lrange $list 1 end
+}
+# Removes the first element of a list
+proc ::tcl::Lvarpop {listName} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ set list [lrange $list 1 end];
+}
+# Same but returns the removed element
+proc ::tcl::Lvarpop2 {listName} {
+ upvar $listName list;
+ set el [Lfirst $list];
+ set list [lrange $list 1 end];
+ return $el;
+}
+# Assign list elements to variables and return the length of the list
+proc ::tcl::Lassign {list args} {
+ # faster than direct blown foreach (which does not byte compile)
+ set i 0;
+ set lg [llength $list];
+ foreach vname $args {
+ if {$i>=$lg} break
+ uplevel [list set $vname [lindex $list $i]];
+ incr i;
+ }
+ return $lg;
+}
+
+# Misc utilities
+
+# Set the varname to value if value is greater than varname's current value
+# or if varname is undefined
+proc ::tcl::SetMax {varname value} {
+ upvar 1 $varname var
+ if {![info exists var] || $value > $var} {
+ set var $value
+ }
+}
+
+# Set the varname to value if value is smaller than varname's current value
+# or if varname is undefined
+proc ::tcl::SetMin {varname value} {
+ upvar 1 $varname var
+ if {![info exists var] || $value < $var} {
+ set var $value
+ }
+}
+
+
+ # everything loaded fine, lets create the test proc:
+ OptCreateTestProc
+ # Don't need the create temp proc anymore:
+ rename OptCreateTestProc {}
+}
diff --git a/contrib/tcl/library/opt0.1/pkgIndex.tcl b/contrib/tcl/library/opt0.1/pkgIndex.tcl
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..4e660cd69872
--- /dev/null
+++ b/contrib/tcl/library/opt0.1/pkgIndex.tcl
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+# Tcl package index file, version 1.0
+# This file is NOT generated by the "pkg_mkIndex" command
+# because if someone just did "package require opt", let's just load
+# the package now, so they can readily use it
+# and even "namespace import tcl::*" ...
+# (tclPkgSetup just makes things slow and do not work so well with namespaces)
+package ifneeded opt 0.1 [list source [file join $dir optparse.tcl]]