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// Copyright 2010 The Kyua Authors.
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//
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//
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#include "utils/format/exceptions.hpp"

using utils::format::bad_format_error;
using utils::format::error;
using utils::format::extra_args_error;


/// Constructs a new error with a plain-text message.
///
/// \param message The plain-text error message.
error::error(const std::string& message) :
    std::runtime_error(message)
{
}


/// Destructor for the error.
error::~error(void) throw()
{
}


/// Constructs a new bad_format_error.
///
/// \param format_ The invalid format string.
/// \param message Description of the error in the format string.
bad_format_error::bad_format_error(const std::string& format_,
                                   const std::string& message) :
    error("Invalid formatting string '" + format_ + "': " + message),
    _format(format_)
{
}


/// Destructor for the error.
bad_format_error::~bad_format_error(void) throw()
{
}


/// \return The format string that caused the error.
const std::string&
bad_format_error::format(void) const
{
    return _format;
}


/// Constructs a new extra_args_error.
///
/// \param format_ The format string.
/// \param arg_ The first extra argument passed to the format string.
extra_args_error::extra_args_error(const std::string& format_,
                                   const std::string& arg_) :
    error("Not enough fields in formatting string '" + format_ + "' to place "
          "argument '" + arg_ + "'"),
    _format(format_),
    _arg(arg_)
{
}


/// Destructor for the error.
extra_args_error::~extra_args_error(void) throw()
{
}


/// \return The format string that was passed too many arguments.
const std::string&
extra_args_error::format(void) const
{
    return _format;
}


/// \return The first argument that caused the error.
const std::string&
extra_args_error::arg(void) const
{
    return _arg;
}