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#ifndef prerror_h___
#define prerror_h___

#include "prtypes.h"

#define PR_SetError VBoxNsprPR_SetError
#define PR_SetErrorText VBoxNsprPR_SetErrorText
#define PR_GetError VBoxNsprPR_GetError
#define PR_GetOSError VBoxNsprPR_GetOSError
#define PR_GetErrorTextLength VBoxNsprPR_GetErrorTextLength
#define PR_GetErrorText VBoxNsprPR_GetErrorText
#define PR_ErrorToString VBoxNsprPR_ErrorToString
#define PR_ErrorToName VBoxNsprPR_ErrorToName
#define PR_ErrorLanguages VBoxNsprPR_ErrorLanguages
#define PR_ErrorInstallTable VBoxNsprPR_ErrorInstallTable
#define PR_ErrorInstallCallback VBoxNsprPR_ErrorInstallCallback

typedef PRInt32 PRErrorCode;

#define PR_NSPR_ERROR_BASE -6000

#include "prerr.h"

** Set error will preserve an error condition within a thread context.
** The values stored are the NSPR (platform independent) translation of
** the error. Also, if available, the platform specific oserror is stored.
** If there is no appropriate OS error number, a zero my be supplied.
NSPR_API(void) PR_SetError(PRErrorCode errorCode, PRInt32 oserr);

** The text value specified may be NULL. If it is not NULL and the text length
** is zero, the string is assumed to be a null terminated C string. Otherwise
** the text is assumed to be the length specified and possibly include NULL
** characters (e.g., a multi-national string).
** The text will be copied into to thread structure and remain there
** until the next call to PR_SetError.
NSPR_API(void) PR_SetErrorText(
    PRIntn textLength, const char *text);

** Return the current threads last set error code.
NSPR_API(PRErrorCode) PR_GetError(void);

** Return the current threads last set os error code. This is used for
** machine specific code that desires the underlying os error.
NSPR_API(PRInt32) PR_GetOSError(void);

** Get the length of the error text. If a zero is returned, then there
** is no text. Otherwise, the value returned is sufficient to contain
** the error text currently available.
NSPR_API(PRInt32) PR_GetErrorTextLength(void);

** Copy the current threads current error text. Then actual number of bytes
** copied is returned as the result. If the result is zero, the 'text' area
** is unaffected.
NSPR_API(PRInt32) PR_GetErrorText(char *text);

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purpose.  It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.

 * NOTE:
 *          The interfaces for error-code-translation described in the rest of
 *          this file are preliminary in the 3.1 release of nspr and are subject 
 *          to change in future releases.

** Description:   Localizable error code to string function.
** NSPR provides a mechanism for converting an error code to a
** descriptive string, in a caller-specified language.
** Error codes themselves are 32 bit (signed) integers.  Typically,
** the high order 24 bits are an identifier of which error table the
** error code is from, and the low order 8 bits are a sequential error
** number within the table.  NSPR supports error tables whose first
** error code is not a multiple of 256, such error code assignments
** should be avoided when possible.
** Error table 0 is defined to match the UNIX system call error table
** (sys_errlist); this allows errno values to be used directly in the
** library.  Other error table numbers are typically formed by
** compacting together the first four characters of the error table
** name.  The mapping between characters in the name and numeric
** values in the error code are defined in a system-independent
** fashion, so that two systems that can pass integral values between
** them can reliably pass error codes without loss of meaning; this
** should work even if the character sets used are not the
** same. (However, if this is to be done, error table 0 should be
** avoided, since the local system call error tables may differ.)
** Libraries defining error codes need only provide a table mapping
** error code numbers to names and default English descriptions,
** calling a routine to install the table, making it ``known'' to NSPR
** library.  Once installed, a table may not be removed.  Any error
** code the library generates can be converted to the corresponding
** error message.  There is also a default format for error codes
** accidentally returned before making the table known, which is of
** the form "unknown code foo 32", where "foo" would be the name of
** the table.
** Normally, the error code conversion routine only supports the
** languages "i-default" and "en", returning the error-table-provided
** English description for both languages.  The application may
** provide a localization plugin, allowing support for additional
** languages.

/************************* TYPES AND CONSTANTS ************************/

 * PRLanguageCode --
 *    NSPR represents a language code as a non-negative integer.
 *    Languages 0 is always "i-default" the language you get without
 *    explicit negotiation.  Language 1 is always "en", English
 *    which has been explicitly negotiated.  Additional language
 *    codes are defined by an application-provided localization plugin.
typedef PRUint32 PRLanguageCode;
#define PR_LANGUAGE_I_DEFAULT 0 /* i-default, the default language */
#define PR_LANGUAGE_EN 1 /* English, explicitly negotiated */

 * struct PRErrorMessage --
 *    An error message in an error table.
struct PRErrorMessage {
    const char * name;    /* Macro name for error */
    const char * en_text; /* Default English text */

 * struct PRErrorTable --
 *    An error table, provided by a library.
struct PRErrorTable {
    const struct PRErrorMessage * msgs; /* Array of error information */
    const char *name; /* Name of error table source */
    PRErrorCode base; /* Error code for first error in table */
    int n_msgs; /* Number of codes in table */

 * struct PRErrorCallbackPrivate --
 *    A private structure for the localization plugin 
struct PRErrorCallbackPrivate;

 * struct PRErrorCallbackTablePrivate --
 *    A data structure under which the localization plugin may store information,
 *    associated with an error table, that is private to itself.
struct PRErrorCallbackTablePrivate;

 * PRErrorCallbackLookupFn --
 *    A function of PRErrorCallbackLookupFn type is a localization
 *    plugin callback which converts an error code into a description
 *    in the requested language.  The callback is provided the
 *    appropriate error table, private data for the plugin and the table.
 *    The callback returns the appropriate UTF-8 encoded description, or NULL
 *    if no description can be found.
typedef const char *
PRErrorCallbackLookupFn(PRErrorCode code, PRLanguageCode language, 
               const struct PRErrorTable *table,
               struct PRErrorCallbackPrivate *cb_private,
               struct PRErrorCallbackTablePrivate *table_private);

 * PRErrorCallbackNewTableFn --
 *    A function PRErrorCallbackNewTableFn type is a localization plugin
 *    callback which is called once with each error table registered
 *    with NSPR.  The callback is provided with the error table and
 *    the plugin's private structure.  The callback returns any table private
 *    data it wishes to associate with the error table.  Does not need to be thread
 *    safe.
typedef struct PRErrorCallbackTablePrivate *
PRErrorCallbackNewTableFn(const struct PRErrorTable *table,
                  struct PRErrorCallbackPrivate *cb_private);

/****************************** FUNCTIONS *****************************/

** FUNCTION:    PR_ErrorToString
**  Returns the UTF-8 message for an error code in
**  the requested language.  May return the message
**  in the default language if a translation in the requested
**  language is not available.  The returned string is
**  valid for the duration of the process.  Never returns NULL.
NSPR_API(const char *) PR_ErrorToString(PRErrorCode code,
    PRLanguageCode language);

** FUNCTION:    PR_ErrorToName
**  Returns the macro name for an error code, or NULL
**  if the error code is not known.  The returned string is
**  valid for the duration of the process.
**  Does not work for error table 0, the system error codes.
NSPR_API(const char *) PR_ErrorToName(PRErrorCode code);

** FUNCTION:    PR_ErrorLanguages
**  Returns the RFC 1766 language tags for the language
**  codes PR_ErrorToString() supports.  The returned array is valid
**  for the duration of the process.  Never returns NULL.  The first
**  item in the returned array is the language tag for PRLanguageCode 0,
**  the second is for PRLanguageCode 1, and so on.  The array is terminated
**  with a null pointer.
NSPR_API(const char * const *) PR_ErrorLanguages(void);

** FUNCTION:    PR_ErrorInstallTable
**  Registers an error table with NSPR.  Must be done exactly once per
**  table.  Memory pointed to by `table' must remain valid for the life
**  of the process.
NSPR_API(PRErrorCode) PR_ErrorInstallTable(const struct PRErrorTable *table);

** FUNCTION:    PR_ErrorInstallCallback
**  Registers an error localization plugin with NSPR.  May be called
**  at most one time.  `languages' contains the language codes supported
**  by this plugin.  Languages 0 and 1 must be "i-default" and "en"
**  respectively.  `lookup' and `newtable' contain pointers to
**  the plugin callback functions.  `cb_private' contains any information
**  private to the plugin functions.
NSPR_API(void) PR_ErrorInstallCallback(const char * const * languages,
                        PRErrorCallbackLookupFn *lookup, 
                        PRErrorCallbackNewTableFn *newtable,
                        struct PRErrorCallbackPrivate *cb_private);


#endif /* prerror_h___ */

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