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/** @file
 * IPRT - Assertions.
 */

/*
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 *
 * This file is part of VirtualBox Open Source Edition (OSE), as
 * available from http://www.virtualbox.org. This file is free software;
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#ifndef ___iprt_assert_h
#define ___iprt_assert_h

#include <iprt/cdefs.h>
#include <iprt/types.h>
#include <iprt/stdarg.h>

/** @defgroup grp_rt_assert     Assert - Assertions
 * @ingroup grp_rt
 *
 * Assertions are generally used to check preconditions and other
 * assumptions. Sometimes it is also used to catch odd errors or errors
 * that one would like to inspect in the debugger. They should not be
 * used for errors that happen frequently.
 *
 * IPRT provides a host of assertion macros, so many that it can be a bit
 * overwhelming at first. Don't despair, there is a system (surprise).
 *
 * First there are four families of assertions:
 *      - Assert        - The normal strict build only assertions.
 *      - AssertLogRel  - Calls LogRel() in non-strict builds, otherwise like Assert.
 *      - AssertRelease - Triggers in all builds.
 *      - AssertFatal   - Triggers in all builds and cannot be continued.
 *
 * Then there are variations wrt to argument list and behavior on failure:
 *      - Msg           - Custom RTStrPrintf-like message with the assertion message.
 *      - Return        - Return the specific rc on failure.
 *      - ReturnVoid    - Return (void) on failure.
 *      - Break         - Break (out of switch/loop) on failure.
 *      - Stmt          - Execute the specified statement(s) on failure.
 *      - RC            - Assert RT_SUCCESS.
 *      - RCSuccess     - Assert VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * In addition there is a very special family AssertCompile that can be
 * used for some limited compile-time checking, like structure sizes and member
 * alignment. This family doesn't have the same variations.
 *
 *
 * @remarks As you might have noticed, the macros don't follow the
 * coding guidelines wrt to macros supposedly being all uppercase
 * and underscored. For various  reasons they don't, and nobody
 * has complained yet. Wonder why... :-)
 *
 * @remarks Each project has its own specific guidelines on how to use
 * assertions, so the above is just trying to give you the general idea
 * from the IPRT point of view.
 *
 * @{
 */

RT_C_DECLS_BEGIN

/**
 * The 1st part of an assert message.
 *
 * @param   pszExpr     Expression. Can be NULL.
 * @param   uLine       Location line number.
 * @param   pszFile     Location file name.
 * @param   pszFunction Location function name.
 */
RTDECL(void)    RTAssertMsg1(const char *pszExpr, unsigned uLine, const char *pszFile, const char *pszFunction);
/**
 * Weak version of RTAssertMsg1
 *
 * @copydoc RTAssertMsg1
 * @todo rename to AssertMsg1Weak
 */
RTDECL(void)    AssertMsg1(const char *pszExpr, unsigned uLine, const char *pszFile, const char *pszFunction);

/**
 * The 2nd (optional) part of an assert message.
 *
 * @param   pszFormat   Printf like format string.
 * @param   va          Arguments to that string.
 */
RTDECL(void)    RTAssertMsg2V(const char *pszFormat, va_list va);

/**
 * The 2nd (optional) part of an assert message.
 *
 * @param   pszFormat   Printf like format string.
 * @param   ...         Arguments to that string.
 */
RTDECL(void)    RTAssertMsg2(const char *pszFormat, ...);
/** Weak version of RTAssertMsg2
 * @copydoc RTAssertMsg2
 * @todo rename to AssertMsg2Weak
 */
RTDECL(void)    AssertMsg2(const char *pszFormat, ...);

#ifdef IN_RING0
/**
 * Panics the system as the result of a fail assertion.
 */
RTR0DECL(void)  RTR0AssertPanicSystem(void);
#endif /* IN_RING0 */

/**
 * Overridable function that decides whether assertions executes the panic
 * (breakpoint) or not.
 *
 * The generic implementation will return true.
 *
 * @returns true if the breakpoint should be hit, false if it should be ignored.
 *
 * @remark  The RTDECL() makes this a bit difficult to override on Windows. So,
 *          you'll have to use RTASSERT_HAVE_SHOULD_PANIC or
 *          RTASSERT_HAVE_SHOULD_PANIC_PRIVATE there to control the kind of
 *          prototype.
 */
#if !defined(RTASSERT_HAVE_SHOULD_PANIC) && !defined(RTASSERT_HAVE_SHOULD_PANIC_PRIVATE)
RTDECL(bool)    RTAssertShouldPanic(void);
#elif defined(RTASSERT_HAVE_SHOULD_PANIC_PRIVATE)
bool            RTAssertShouldPanic(void);
#else
DECLEXPORT(bool) RTCALL RTAssertShouldPanic(void);
#endif

/** @name Globals for crash analysis
 * @remarks     This is the full potential set, it
 * @{
 */
/** The last assert message, 1st part. */
extern RTDATADECL(char)                     g_szRTAssertMsg1[1024];
/** The last assert message, 2nd part. */
extern RTDATADECL(char)                     g_szRTAssertMsg2[2048];
/** The last assert message, expression. */
extern RTDATADECL(const char * volatile)    g_pszRTAssertExpr;
/** The last assert message, file name. */
extern RTDATADECL(const char * volatile)    g_pszRTAssertFile;
/** The last assert message, line number. */
extern RTDATADECL(uint32_t volatile)        g_u32RTAssertLine;
/** The last assert message, function name. */
extern RTDATADECL(const char * volatile)    g_pszRTAssertFunction;
/** @} */

RT_C_DECLS_END

/** @def RTAssertDebugBreak()
 * Debugger breakpoint instruction.
 *
 * @remarks In the gnu world we add a nop instruction after the int3 to
 *          force gdb to remain at the int3 source line.
 * @remarks The L4 kernel will try make sense of the breakpoint, thus the jmp.
 * @remarks This macro does not depend on RT_STRICT.
 */
#ifdef __GNUC__
# ifndef __L4ENV__
#  define RTAssertDebugBreak()  do { __asm__ __volatile__ ("int3\n\tnop"); } while (0)
# else
#  define RTAssertDebugBreak()  do { __asm__ __volatile__ ("int3; jmp 1f; 1:"); } while (0)
# endif
#elif defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(DOXYGEN_RUNNING)
# define RTAssertDebugBreak()   do { __debugbreak(); } while (0)
#else
# error "Unknown compiler"
#endif



/** @name Compile time assertions.
 *
 * These assertions are used to check structure sizes, member/size alignments
 * and similar compile time expressions.
 *
 * @{
 */

/**
 * RTASSERTTYPE is the type the AssertCompile() macro redefines.
 * It has no other function and shouldn't be used.
 * Visual C++ uses this.
 */
00203 typedef int RTASSERTTYPE[1];

/**
 * RTASSERTVAR is the type the AssertCompile() macro redefines.
 * It has no other function and shouldn't be used.
 * GCC uses this.
 */
#ifdef __GNUC__
RT_C_DECLS_BEGIN
#endif
extern int RTASSERTVAR[1];
#ifdef __GNUC__
RT_C_DECLS_END
#endif

/** @def AssertCompile
 * Asserts that a compile-time expression is true. If it's not break the build.
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
#ifdef __GNUC__
# define AssertCompile(expr)    extern int RTASSERTVAR[1] __attribute__((unused)), RTASSERTVAR[(expr) ? 1 : 0] __attribute__((unused))
#else
00225 # define AssertCompile(expr)    typedef int RTASSERTTYPE[(expr) ? 1 : 0]
#endif

/** @def AssertCompileSize
 * Asserts a size at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   size    The expected type size.
 */
00233 #define AssertCompileSize(type, size) \
    AssertCompile(sizeof(type) == (size))

/** @def AssertCompileSizeAlignment
 * Asserts a size alignment at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   align   The size alignment to assert.
 */
00241 #define AssertCompileSizeAlignment(type, align) \
    AssertCompile(!(sizeof(type) & ((align) - 1)))

/** @def AssertCompileMemberSize
 * Asserts a member offset alignment at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   member  The member.
 * @param   size    The member size to assert.
 */
00250 #define AssertCompileMemberSize(type, member, size) \
    AssertCompile(RT_SIZEOFMEMB(type, member) == (size))

/** @def AssertCompileMemberSizeAlignment
 * Asserts a member size alignment at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   member  The member.
 * @param   align   The member size alignment to assert.
 */
00259 #define AssertCompileMemberSizeAlignment(type, member, align) \
    AssertCompile(!(RT_SIZEOFMEMB(type, member) & ((align) - 1)))

/** @def AssertCompileMemberAlignment
 * Asserts a member offset alignment at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   member  The member.
 * @param   align   The member offset alignment to assert.
 */
#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__cplusplus)
# if __GNUC__ >= 4
#  define AssertCompileMemberAlignment(type, member, align) \
    AssertCompile(!(__builtin_offsetof(type, member) & ((align) - 1)))
# else
#  define AssertCompileMemberAlignment(type, member, align) \
    AssertCompile(!(RT_OFFSETOF(type, member) & ((align) - 1)))
# endif
#else
00277 # define AssertCompileMemberAlignment(type, member, align) \
    AssertCompile(!(RT_OFFSETOF(type, member) & ((align) - 1)))
#endif

/** @def AssertCompileMemberOffset
 * Asserts a offset of a structure member at compile.
 * @param   type    The type.
 * @param   member  The member.
 * @param   off     The expected offset.
 */
#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__cplusplus)
# if __GNUC__ >= 4
#  define AssertCompileMemberOffset(type, member, off) \
    AssertCompile(__builtin_offsetof(type, member) == (off))
# else
#  define AssertCompileMemberOffset(type, member, off) \
    AssertCompile(RT_OFFSETOF(type, member) == (off))
# endif
#else
00296 # define AssertCompileMemberOffset(type, member, off) \
    AssertCompile(RT_OFFSETOF(type, member) == (off))
#endif

/** @} */



/** @name Assertions
 *
 * These assertions will only trigger when RT_STRICT is defined. When it is
 * undefined they will all be no-ops and generate no code.
 *
 * @{
 */

/** @def RTAssertDoPanic
 * Raises an assertion panic appropriate to the current context.
 * @remarks This macro does not depend on RT_STRICT.
 */
#if defined(IN_RING0) \
 && (defined(RT_OS_DARWIN) || defined(RT_OS_SOLARIS))
# define RTAssertDoPanic()      RTR0AssertPanicSystem()
#else
00320 # define RTAssertDoPanic()      RTAssertDebugBreak()
#endif

/** @def AssertBreakpoint()
 * Assertion Breakpoint.
 * @deprecated Use RTAssertPanic or RTAssertDebugBreak instead.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertBreakpoint()     RTAssertDebugBreak()
#else
00330 # define AssertBreakpoint()     do { } while (0)
#endif

/** @def rtAssertPanic()
 * If RT_STRICT is defined this macro will invoke RTAssertDoPanic if
 * RTAssertShouldPanic returns true. If RT_STRICT isn't defined it won't do any
 * thing.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define RTAssertPanic()        do { if (RTAssertShouldPanic()) RTAssertDoPanic(); } while (0)
#else
# define RTAssertPanic()        do { } while (0)
#endif

/** @def Assert
 * Assert that an expression is true. If false, hit breakpoint.
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define Assert(expr)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00358 # define Assert(expr)     do { } while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true and returns if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertReturn(expr, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00380 # define AssertReturn(expr, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertReturnStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, if it isn't execute the given statement
 * and return rc.
 *
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before executing the statement and
 * returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before returning on failure.
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertReturnStmt(expr, stmt, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            stmt; \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00410 # define AssertReturnStmt(expr, stmt, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            stmt; \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true and returns if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertReturnVoid(expr) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00437 # define AssertReturnVoid(expr) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            return; \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertReturnVoidStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, if it isn't execute the given statement
 * and return.
 *
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before returning on failure.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertReturnVoidStmt(expr, stmt) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            stmt; \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00465 # define AssertReturnVoidStmt(expr, stmt) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            stmt; \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true and breaks if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertBreak(expr) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00491 # define AssertBreak(expr) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        break; \
    else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true and breaks if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before doing break.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertBreakStmt(expr, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00513 # define AssertBreakStmt(expr, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) { \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertMsg
 * Assert that an expression is true. If it's not print message and hit breakpoint.
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsg(expr, a)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00537 # define AssertMsg(expr, a)  do { } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true and returns if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgReturn(expr, a, rc)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00560 # define AssertMsgReturn(expr, a, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgReturnStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, if it isn't execute the statement and
 * return.
 *
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgReturnStmt(expr, a, stmt, rc)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            stmt; \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00591 # define AssertMsgReturnStmt(expr, a, stmt, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            stmt; \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true and returns if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgReturnVoid(expr, a)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00620 # define AssertMsgReturnVoid(expr, a) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            return; \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgReturnVoidStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, if it isn't execute the statement and
 * return.
 *
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgReturnVoidStmt(expr, a, stmt)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            stmt; \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#else
00650 # define AssertMsgReturnVoidStmt(expr, a, stmt) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            stmt; \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertMsgBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true and breaks if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before returning.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgBreak(expr, a)  \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00678 # define AssertMsgBreak(expr, a) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        break; \
    else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true and breaks if it isn't.
 * In RT_STRICT mode it will hit a breakpoint before doing break.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgBreakStmt(expr, a, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00702 # define AssertMsgBreakStmt(expr, a, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) { \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailed
 * An assertion failed hit breakpoint.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailed()  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
    } while (0)
#else
00719 # define AssertFailed()         do { } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only) and return.
 *
 * @param   rc      The rc to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedReturn(rc)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#else
00735 # define AssertFailedReturn(rc)  \
    do { \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailedReturnStmt
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only), execute a
 * statement and return a value.
 *
 * @param stmt The statement to execute before returning.
 * @param rc   The value to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedReturnStmt(stmt, rc)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#else
00757 # define AssertFailedReturnStmt(stmt, rc)  \
    do { \
        stmt; \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only) and return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedReturnVoid()  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#else
00775 # define AssertFailedReturnVoid()  \
    do { \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailedReturnVoidStmt
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only), execute a
 * statement and return.
 *
 * @param stmt The statement to execute before returning.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedReturnVoidStmt(stmt)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#else
00796 # define AssertFailedReturnVoidStmt(stmt)  \
    do { \
        stmt; \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only) and break.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedBreak()  \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00815 # define AssertFailedBreak()  \
    if (1) \
        break; \
    else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only), execute
 * the given statement and break.
 *
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertFailedBreakStmt(stmt) \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00836 # define AssertFailedBreakStmt(stmt) \
    if (1) { \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertMsgFailed
 * An assertion failed print a message and a hit breakpoint.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgFailed(a)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
    } while (0)
#else
00857 # define AssertMsgFailed(a)     do { } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint with message (RT_STRICT mode only) and return.
 *
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgFailedReturn(a, rc)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#else
00875 # define AssertMsgFailedReturn(a, rc)  \
    do { \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint with message (RT_STRICT mode only) and return.
 *
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgFailedReturnVoid(a)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#else
00895 # define AssertMsgFailedReturnVoid(a)  \
    do { \
        return; \
    } while (0)
#endif


/** @def AssertMsgFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint with message (RT_STRICT mode only) and break.
 *
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgFailedBreak(a)  \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00916 # define AssertMsgFailedBreak(a)  \
    if (1) \
        break; \
    else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @def AssertMsgFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, hit breakpoint (RT_STRICT mode only), execute
 * the given statement and break.
 *
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define AssertMsgFailedBreakStmt(a, stmt) \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#else
00939 # define AssertMsgFailedBreakStmt(a, stmt) \
    if (1) { \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)
#endif

/** @} */



/** @name Release Log Assertions
 *
 * These assertions will work like normal strict assertion when RT_STRICT is
 * defined and LogRel statements when RT_STRICT is undefined. Typically used for
 * things which shouldn't go wrong, but when it does you'd like to know one way
 * or the other.
 *
 * @{
 */

/** @def RTAssertLogRelMsg1
 * AssertMsg1 (strict builds) / LogRel wrapper (non-strict).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define RTAssertLogRelMsg1(pszExpr, iLine, pszFile, pszFunction) \
    AssertMsg1(pszExpr, iLine, pszFile, pszFunction)
#else
00967 # define RTAssertLogRelMsg1(pszExpr, iLine, pszFile, pszFunction) \
    LogRel(("AssertLogRel %s(%d) %s: %s\n",\
            (pszFile), (iLine), (pszFunction), (pszExpr) ))
#endif

/** @def RTAssertLogRelMsg2
 * AssertMsg2 (strict builds) / LogRel wrapper (non-strict).
 */
#ifdef RT_STRICT
# define RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a)  AssertMsg2 a
#else
00978 # define RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a)  LogRel(a)
#endif

/** @def AssertLogRel
 * Assert that an expression is true.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
00987 #define AssertLogRel(expr) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true, return \a rc if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01003 #define AssertLogRelReturn(expr, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true, return void if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01019 #define AssertLogRelReturnVoid(expr) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true, break if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01035 #define AssertLogRelBreak(expr) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } \
    else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, execute \a stmt and break if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
01051 #define AssertLogRelBreakStmt(expr, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsg
 * Assert that an expression is true.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01067 #define AssertLogRelMsg(expr, a) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true, return \a rc if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01085 #define AssertLogRelMsgReturn(expr, a, rc) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true, return (void) if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01103 #define AssertLogRelMsgReturnVoid(expr, a) \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
            RTAssertPanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true, break if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01121 #define AssertLogRelMsgBreak(expr, a) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } \
    else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, execute \a stmt and break if it isn't.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
01139 #define AssertLogRelMsgBreakStmt(expr, a, stmt) \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelFailed
 * An assertion failed.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 */
01153 #define AssertLogRelFailed() \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01165 #define AssertLogRelFailedReturn(rc) \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint and return.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 */
01176 #define AssertLogRelFailedReturnVoid() \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, break.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 */
01187 #define AssertLogRelFailedBreak() \
    if (1) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, execute \a stmt and break.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
01201 #define AssertLogRelFailedBreakStmt(stmt) \
    if (1) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgFailed
 * An assertion failed.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01216 #define AssertLogRelMsgFailed(a) \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed, return \a rc.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc  What is to be presented to return.
 */
01230 #define AssertLogRelMsgFailedReturn(a, rc) \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, return void.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01244 #define AssertLogRelMsgFailedReturnVoid(a) \
    do { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, break.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01258 #define AssertLogRelMsgFailedBreak(a) \
    if (1)\
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, execute \a stmt and break.
 * Strict builds will hit a breakpoint, non-strict will only do LogRel.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
01274 #define AssertLogRelMsgFailedBreakStmt(a, stmt) \
    if (1) \
    { \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertLogRelMsg2(a); \
        RTAssertPanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @} */



/** @name Release Assertions
 *
 * These assertions are always enabled.
 * @{
 */

/** @def RTAssertReleasePanic()
 * Invokes RTAssertShouldPanic and RTAssertDoPanic.
 *
 * It might seem odd that RTAssertShouldPanic is necessary when its result isn't
 * checked, but it's done since RTAssertShouldPanic is overrideable and might be
 * used to bail out before taking down the system (the VMMR0 case).
 */
01301 #define RTAssertReleasePanic()   do { RTAssertShouldPanic(); RTAssertDoPanic(); } while (0)


/** @def AssertRelease
 * Assert that an expression is true. If it's not hit a breakpoint.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01309 #define AssertRelease(expr)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true, hit a breakpoint and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01324 #define AssertReleaseReturn(expr, rc)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true, hit a breakpoint and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01339 #define AssertReleaseReturnVoid(expr)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true, hit a breakpoint and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01355 #define AssertReleaseBreak(expr)  \
    if { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            break; \
        } \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, hit a breakpoint and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
01371 #define AssertReleaseBreakStmt(expr, stmt)  \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseMsg
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01387 #define AssertReleaseMsg(expr, a)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgReturn
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01404 #define AssertReleaseMsgReturn(expr, a, rc)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            return (rc); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgReturnVoid
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01421 #define AssertReleaseMsgReturnVoid(expr, a)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            return; \
        } \
    } while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseMsgBreak
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01439 #define AssertReleaseMsgBreak(expr, a)  \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
    { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgBreakStmt
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
01455 #define AssertReleaseMsgBreakStmt(expr, a, stmt)  \
    if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) { \
        AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseFailed
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint.
 */
01468 #define AssertReleaseFailed()  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint and return.
 *
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01479 #define AssertReleaseFailedReturn(rc)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint and return.
 */
01489 #define AssertReleaseFailedReturnVoid()  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint and break.
 */
01500 #define AssertReleaseFailedBreak()  \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint and break.
 *
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
01512 #define AssertReleaseFailedBreakStmt(stmt)  \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseMsgFailed
 * An assertion failed, print a message and hit a breakpoint.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01526 #define AssertReleaseMsgFailed(a)  \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgFailedReturn
 * An assertion failed, print a message, hit a breakpoint and return.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rc      What is to be presented to return.
 */
01539 #define AssertReleaseMsgFailedReturn(a, rc) \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        return (rc); \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgFailedReturnVoid
 * An assertion failed, print a message, hit a breakpoint and return.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01552 #define AssertReleaseMsgFailedReturnVoid(a) \
    do { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        return; \
    } while (0)


/** @def AssertReleaseMsgFailedBreak
 * An assertion failed, print a message, hit a breakpoint and break.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01566 #define AssertReleaseMsgFailedBreak(a) \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgFailedBreakStmt
 * An assertion failed, print a message, hit a breakpoint and break.
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break.
 */
01580 #define AssertReleaseMsgFailedBreakStmt(a, stmt) \
    if (1) { \
        AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
        AssertMsg2 a; \
        RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        stmt; \
        break; \
    } else do {} while (0)

/** @} */



/** @name Fatal Assertions
 * These are similar to release assertions except that you cannot ignore them in
 * any way, they will loop for ever if RTAssertDoPanic returns.
 *
 * @{
 */

/** @def AssertFatal
 * Assert that an expression is true. If it's not hit a breakpoint (for ever).
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 */
01605 #define AssertFatal(expr)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            for (;;) \
            { \
                AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
                RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertFatalMsg
 * Assert that an expression is true, print the message and hit a breakpoint (for ever) if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true.
 * @param   a       printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01621 #define AssertFatalMsg(expr, a)  \
    do { \
        if (RT_UNLIKELY(!(expr))) \
            for (;;) \
            { \
                AssertMsg1(#expr, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
                AssertMsg2 a; \
                RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
            } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertFatalFailed
 * An assertion failed, hit a breakpoint (for ever).
 */
01635 #define AssertFatalFailed()  \
    do { \
        for (;;) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @def AssertFatalMsgFailed
 * An assertion failed, print a message and hit a breakpoint (for ever).
 *
 * @param   a   printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 */
01649 #define AssertFatalMsgFailed(a)  \
    do { \
        for (;;) \
        { \
            AssertMsg1((const char *)0, __LINE__, __FILE__, __PRETTY_FUNCTION__); \
            AssertMsg2 a; \
            RTAssertReleasePanic(); \
        } \
    } while (0)

/** @} */



/** @name Convenience Assertions Macros
 * @{
 */

/** @def AssertRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure it will print info about the rc and hit a breakpoint.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01675 #define AssertRC(rc)                AssertMsgRC(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01684 #define AssertRCReturn(rc, rcRet)   AssertMsgRCReturn(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01692 #define AssertRCReturnVoid(rc)      AssertMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01700 #define AssertRCBreak(rc)           AssertMsgRCBreak(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01709 #define AssertRCBreakStmt(rc, stmt) AssertMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)

/** @def AssertMsgRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * It prints a custom message and hits a breakpoint on FAILURE.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01720 #define AssertMsgRC(rc, msg) \
    do { AssertMsg(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg); NOREF(rc); } while (0)

/** @def AssertMsgRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful and if it's not return the specified status code.
 *
 * If RT_STRICT is defined the message will be printed and a breakpoint hit before it returns
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01733 #define AssertMsgRCReturn(rc, msg, rcRet) \
    do { AssertMsgReturn(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, rcRet); NOREF(rc); } while (0)

/** @def AssertMsgRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful and if it's not return.
 *
 * If RT_STRICT is defined the message will be printed and a breakpoint hit before it returns
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01745 #define AssertMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, msg) \
    do { AssertMsgReturnVoid(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg); NOREF(rc); } while (0)

/** @def AssertMsgRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful and if it's not break.
 *
 * If RT_STRICT is defined the message will be printed and a breakpoint hit before it breaks
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01757 #define AssertMsgRCBreak(rc, msg) \
    if (1) { AssertMsgBreak(RT_SUCCESS(rc), msg); NOREF(rc); } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertMsgRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful and break if it's not.
 *
 * If RT_STRICT is defined the message will be printed and a breakpoint hit before it returns
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01770 #define AssertMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, msg, stmt) \
    if (1) { AssertMsgBreakStmt(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, stmt); NOREF(rc); } else do {} while (0)

/** @def AssertRCSuccess
 * Asserts an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure it will print info about the rc and hit a breakpoint.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01781 #define AssertRCSuccess(rc)                 AssertMsg((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCSuccessReturn
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01790 #define AssertRCSuccessReturn(rc, rcRet)    AssertMsgReturn((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertRCSuccessReturnVoid
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and return if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01798 #define AssertRCSuccessReturnVoid(rc)       AssertMsgReturnVoid((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCSuccessBreak
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01806 #define AssertRCSuccessBreak(rc)            AssertMsgBreak((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertRCSuccessBreakStmt
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS, bitch (RT_STRICT mode only) and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times. In release mode is NOREF()'ed.
 */
01815 #define AssertRCSuccessBreakStmt(rc, stmt)  AssertMsgBreakStmt((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)


/** @def AssertLogRelRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01824 #define AssertLogRelRC(rc)                      AssertLogRelMsgRC(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, returning \a rc if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01833 #define AssertLogRelRCReturn(rc, rcRet)         AssertLogRelMsgRCReturn(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertLogRelRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, returning (void) if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01841 #define AssertLogRelRCReturnVoid(rc)            AssertLogRelMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, breaking if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01849 #define AssertLogRelRCBreak(rc)                 AssertLogRelMsgRCBreak(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, execute \a statement and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01858 #define AssertLogRelRCBreakStmt(rc, stmt)       AssertLogRelMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01867 #define AssertLogRelMsgRC(rc, msg)              AssertLogRelMsg(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01877 #define AssertLogRelMsgRCReturn(rc, msg, rcRet) AssertLogRelMsgReturn(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, rcRet)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01886 #define AssertLogRelMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, msg)    AssertLogRelMsgReturnVoid(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01895 #define AssertLogRelMsgRCBreak(rc, msg)         AssertLogRelMsgBreak(RT_SUCCESS(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertLogRelMsgRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, execute \a stmt and break if it isn't.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01905 #define AssertLogRelMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, msg, stmt) AssertLogRelMsgBreakStmt(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, stmt)

/** @def AssertLogRelRCSuccess
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01913 #define AssertLogRelRCSuccess(rc)               AssertLogRelMsg((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCSuccessReturn
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01922 #define AssertLogRelRCSuccessReturn(rc, rcRet)  AssertLogRelMsgReturn((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertLogRelRCSuccessReturnVoid
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01930 #define AssertLogRelRCSuccessReturnVoid(rc)     AssertLogRelMsgReturnVoid((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCSuccessBreak
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01938 #define AssertLogRelRCSuccessBreak(rc)          AssertLogRelMsgBreak((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertLogRelRCSuccessBreakStmt
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01947 #define AssertLogRelRCSuccessBreakStmt(rc, stmt) AssertLogRelMsgBreakStmt((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)


/** @def AssertReleaseRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed and a breakpoint hit.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01958 #define AssertReleaseRC(rc)                 AssertReleaseMsgRC(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, returning if it isn't.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01970 #define AssertReleaseRCReturn(rc, rcRet)    AssertReleaseMsgRCReturn(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertReleaseRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, returning if it isn't.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01981 #define AssertReleaseRCReturnVoid(rc)       AssertReleaseMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, breaking if it isn't.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally breaking the current statement if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
01992 #define AssertReleaseRCBreak(rc)            AssertReleaseMsgRCBreak(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful, break if it isn't.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally the break statement will be issued if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02004 #define AssertReleaseRCBreakStmt(rc, stmt)  AssertReleaseMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed and a breakpoint is hit.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
#define AssertReleaseMsgRC(rc, msg)         AssertReleaseMsg(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRCReturn
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed, a breakpoint is hit, and finally
 * returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02028 #define AssertReleaseMsgRCReturn(rc, msg, rcRet)    AssertReleaseMsgReturn(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, rcRet)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRCReturnVoid
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed, a breakpoint is hit, and finally
 * returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02040 #define AssertReleaseMsgRCReturnVoid(rc, msg)    AssertReleaseMsgReturnVoid(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRCBreak
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed, a breakpoint is hit, and finally
 * breaking the current status if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02052 #define AssertReleaseMsgRCBreak(rc, msg)        AssertReleaseMsgBreak(RT_SUCCESS(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRCBreakStmt
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed, a breakpoint is hit, and finally
 * the break statement is issued if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02065 #define AssertReleaseMsgRCBreakStmt(rc, msg, stmt)  AssertReleaseMsgBreakStmt(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg, stmt)

/** @def AssertReleaseRCSuccess
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed and a breakpoint hit.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02075 #define AssertReleaseRCSuccess(rc)                  AssertReleaseMsg((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCSuccessReturn
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02087 #define AssertReleaseRCSuccessReturn(rc, rcRet)     AssertReleaseMsgReturn((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertReleaseRCSuccessReturnVoid
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally returning from the function if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02098 #define AssertReleaseRCSuccessReturnVoid(rc)     AssertReleaseMsgReturnVoid((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCSuccessBreak
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally breaking the current statement if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02109 #define AssertReleaseRCSuccessBreak(rc)         AssertReleaseMsgBreak((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseRCSuccessBreakStmt
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed, a breakpoint hit
 * and finally the break statement will be issued if the breakpoint is somehow ignored.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02121 #define AssertReleaseRCSuccessBreakStmt(rc, stmt)   AssertReleaseMsgBreakStmt((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)), stmt)


/** @def AssertFatalRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed and a breakpoint hit.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02132 #define AssertFatalRC(rc)               AssertFatalMsgRC(rc, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))

/** @def AssertReleaseMsgRC
 * Asserts a iprt status code successful.
 *
 * On failure a custom message is printed and a breakpoint is hit.
 *
 * @param   rc      iprt status code.
 * @param   msg     printf argument list (in parenthesis).
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
#define AssertFatalMsgRC(rc, msg)       AssertFatalMsg(RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc), msg)

/** @def AssertFatalRCSuccess
 * Asserts that an iprt status code equals VINF_SUCCESS.
 *
 * On failure information about the error will be printed and a breakpoint hit.
 *
 * @param   rc  iprt status code.
 * @remark  rc is references multiple times.
 */
02153 #define AssertFatalRCSuccess(rc)        AssertFatalMsg((rc) == VINF_SUCCESS, ("%Rra\n", (rc)))


/** @def AssertPtr
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02161 #define AssertPtr(pv)                   AssertMsg(VALID_PTR(pv), ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrReturn
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 */
02169 #define AssertPtrReturn(pv, rcRet)      AssertMsgReturn(VALID_PTR(pv), ("%p\n", (pv)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertPtrReturnVoid
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02176 #define AssertPtrReturnVoid(pv)         AssertMsgReturnVoid(VALID_PTR(pv), ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrBreak
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02183 #define AssertPtrBreak(pv)              AssertMsgBreak(VALID_PTR(pv), ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrBreakStmt
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
02191 #define AssertPtrBreakStmt(pv, stmt)    AssertMsgBreakStmt(VALID_PTR(pv), ("%p\n", (pv)), stmt)

/** @def AssertPtrNull
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid or NULL.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02198 #define AssertPtrNull(pv)               AssertMsg(VALID_PTR(pv) || (pv) == NULL, ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrNullReturn
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid or NULL.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 * @param   rcRet   What is to be presented to return.
 */
02206 #define AssertPtrNullReturn(pv, rcRet)  AssertMsgReturn(VALID_PTR(pv) || (pv) == NULL, ("%p\n", (pv)), rcRet)

/** @def AssertPtrNullReturnVoid
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid or NULL.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02213 #define AssertPtrNullReturnVoid(pv)     AssertMsgReturnVoid(VALID_PTR(pv) || (pv) == NULL, ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrNullBreak
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid or NULL.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 */
02220 #define AssertPtrNullBreak(pv)          AssertMsgBreak(VALID_PTR(pv) || (pv) == NULL, ("%p\n", (pv)))

/** @def AssertPtrNullBreakStmt
 * Asserts that a pointer is valid or NULL.
 *
 * @param   pv      The pointer.
 * @param   stmt    Statement to execute before break in case of a failed assertion.
 */
02228 #define AssertPtrNullBreakStmt(pv, stmt) AssertMsgBreakStmt(VALID_PTR(pv) || (pv) == NULL, ("%p\n", (pv)), stmt)

/** @def AssertGCPhys32
 * Asserts that the high dword of a physical address is zero
 *
 * @param   GCPhys      The address (RTGCPHYS).
 */
02235 #define AssertGCPhys32(GCPhys)          AssertMsg(VALID_PHYS32(GCPhys), ("%RGp\n", (RTGCPHYS)(GCPhys)))

/** @def AssertGCPtr32
 * Asserts that the high dword of a physical address is zero
 *
 * @param   GCPtr       The address (RTGCPTR).
 */
#if GC_ARCH_BITS == 32
# define AssertGCPtr32(GCPtr)           do { } while (0)
#else
02245 # define AssertGCPtr32(GCPtr)           AssertMsg(!((GCPtr) & UINT64_C(0xffffffff00000000)), ("%RGv\n", GCPtr))
#endif

/** @def AssertForEach
 * Equivalent to Assert for each value of the variable from the starting
 * value to the finishing one.
 *
 * @param   var     Name of the counter variable.
 * @param   vartype Type of the counter variable.
 * @param   first   Lowest inclusive value of the counter variable.
 *                  This must be free from side effects.
 * @param   end     Highest exclusive value of the counter variable.
 *                  This must be free from side effects.
 * @param   expr    Expression which should be true for each value of @a var.
 */
02260 #define AssertForEach(var, vartype, first, end, expr) \
    do { \
        vartype var; \
        Assert((first) == (first) && (end) == (end)); /* partial check for side effects */ \
        for (var = (first); var < (end); var++) \
            AssertMsg(expr, ("%s = %#RX64 (%RI64)", #var, (uint64_t)var, (int64_t)var)); \
    } while (0)

/** @} */

/** @} */

#endif


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