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// Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format
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// Author: kenton@google.com (Kenton Varda) and others
//
// Contains basic types and utilities used by the rest of the library.

#ifndef GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMMON_H__
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMMON_H__

#include <assert.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <cstddef>
#include <string>
#include <string.h>
#if defined(__osf__)
// Tru64 lacks stdint.h, but has inttypes.h which defines a superset of
// what stdint.h would define.
#include <inttypes.h>
#elif !defined(_MSC_VER)
#include <stdint.h>
#endif

#if defined(_WIN32) && defined(GetMessage)
// Allow GetMessage to be used as a valid method name in protobuf classes.
// windows.h defines GetMessage() as a macro.  Let's re-define it as an inline
// function.  The inline function should be equivalent for C++ users.
inline BOOL GetMessage_Win32(
    LPMSG lpMsg, HWND hWnd,
    UINT wMsgFilterMin, UINT wMsgFilterMax) {
  return GetMessage(lpMsg, hWnd, wMsgFilterMin, wMsgFilterMax);
}
#undef GetMessage
inline BOOL GetMessage(
    LPMSG lpMsg, HWND hWnd,
    UINT wMsgFilterMin, UINT wMsgFilterMax) {
  return GetMessage_Win32(lpMsg, hWnd, wMsgFilterMin, wMsgFilterMax);
}
#endif


namespace std {}

namespace google {
namespace protobuf {

using namespace std;  // Don't do this at home, kids.

#undef GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS
#define GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(TypeName)    \
  TypeName(const TypeName&);                           \
  void operator=(const TypeName&)

#if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(PROTOBUF_USE_DLLS)
  #ifdef LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORTS
    #define LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT __declspec(dllexport)
  #else
    #define LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT __declspec(dllimport)
  #endif
  #ifdef LIBPROTOC_EXPORTS
    #define LIBPROTOC_EXPORT   __declspec(dllexport)
  #else
    #define LIBPROTOC_EXPORT   __declspec(dllimport)
  #endif
#else
  #define LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT
  #define LIBPROTOC_EXPORT
#endif

namespace internal {

// Some of these constants are macros rather than const ints so that they can
// be used in #if directives.

// The current version, represented as a single integer to make comparison
// easier:  major * 10^6 + minor * 10^3 + micro
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_VERSION 2003001

// The minimum library version which works with the current version of the
// headers.
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_MIN_LIBRARY_VERSION 2003000

// The minimum header version which works with the current version of
// the library.  This constant should only be used by protoc's C++ code
// generator.
static const int kMinHeaderVersionForLibrary = 2003000;

// The minimum protoc version which works with the current version of the
// headers.
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_MIN_PROTOC_VERSION 2003000

// The minimum header version which works with the current version of
// protoc.  This constant should only be used in VerifyVersion().
static const int kMinHeaderVersionForProtoc = 2003000;

// Verifies that the headers and libraries are compatible.  Use the macro
// below to call this.
void LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT VerifyVersion(int headerVersion, int minLibraryVersion,
                                      const char* filename);

// Converts a numeric version number to a string.
string LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT VersionString(int version);

}  // namespace internal

// Place this macro in your main() function (or somewhere before you attempt
// to use the protobuf library) to verify that the version you link against
// matches the headers you compiled against.  If a version mismatch is
// detected, the process will abort.
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_VERIFY_VERSION                                    \
  ::google::protobuf::internal::VerifyVersion(                            \
    GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_VERSION, GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_MIN_LIBRARY_VERSION,         \
    __FILE__)

// ===================================================================
// from google3/base/port.h

typedef unsigned int uint;

#ifdef _MSC_VER
typedef __int8  int8;
typedef __int16 int16;
typedef __int32 int32;
typedef __int64 int64;

typedef unsigned __int8  uint8;
typedef unsigned __int16 uint16;
typedef unsigned __int32 uint32;
typedef unsigned __int64 uint64;
#else
typedef int8_t  int8;
typedef int16_t int16;
typedef int32_t int32;
typedef int64_t int64;

typedef uint8_t  uint8;
typedef uint16_t uint16;
typedef uint32_t uint32;
typedef uint64_t uint64;
#endif

// long long macros to be used because gcc and vc++ use different suffixes,
// and different size specifiers in format strings
#undef GOOGLE_LONGLONG
#undef GOOGLE_ULONGLONG
#undef GOOGLE_LL_FORMAT

#ifdef _MSC_VER
#define GOOGLE_LONGLONG(x) x##I64
#define GOOGLE_ULONGLONG(x) x##UI64
#define GOOGLE_LL_FORMAT "I64"  // As in printf("%I64d", ...)
#else
#define GOOGLE_LONGLONG(x) x##LL
#define GOOGLE_ULONGLONG(x) x##ULL
#define GOOGLE_LL_FORMAT "ll"  // As in "%lld". Note that "q" is poor form also.
#endif

static const int32 kint32max = 0x7FFFFFFF;
static const int32 kint32min = -kint32max - 1;
static const int64 kint64max = GOOGLE_LONGLONG(0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF);
static const int64 kint64min = -kint64max - 1;
static const uint32 kuint32max = 0xFFFFFFFFu;
static const uint64 kuint64max = GOOGLE_ULONGLONG(0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF);

// -------------------------------------------------------------------
// Annotations:  Some parts of the code have been annotated in ways that might
//   be useful to some compilers or tools, but are not supported universally.
//   You can #define these annotations yourself if the default implementation
//   is not right for you.

#ifndef GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_ALWAYS_INLINE
#if defined(__GNUC__) && (__GNUC__ > 3 ||(__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 1))
// For functions we want to force inline.
// Introduced in gcc 3.1.
#define GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_ALWAYS_INLINE __attribute__ ((always_inline))
#else
// Other compilers will have to figure it out for themselves.
#define GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_ALWAYS_INLINE
#endif
#endif

#ifndef GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_DEPRECATED
#ifdef __GNUC__
// If the method/variable/type is used anywhere, produce a warning.
#define GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_DEPRECATED __attribute__((deprecated))
#else
#define GOOGLE_ATTRIBUTE_DEPRECATED
#endif
#endif

#ifndef GOOGLE_PREDICT_TRUE
#ifdef __GNUC__
// Provided at least since GCC 3.0.
#define GOOGLE_PREDICT_TRUE(x) (__builtin_expect(!!(x), 1))
#else
#define GOOGLE_PREDICT_TRUE
#endif
#endif

// Delimits a block of code which may write to memory which is simultaneously
// written by other threads, but which has been determined to be thread-safe
// (e.g. because it is an idempotent write).
#ifndef GOOGLE_SAFE_CONCURRENT_WRITES_BEGIN
#define GOOGLE_SAFE_CONCURRENT_WRITES_BEGIN()
#endif
#ifndef GOOGLE_SAFE_CONCURRENT_WRITES_END
#define GOOGLE_SAFE_CONCURRENT_WRITES_END()
#endif

// ===================================================================
// from google3/base/basictypes.h

// The GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE(arr) macro returns the # of elements in an array arr.
// The expression is a compile-time constant, and therefore can be
// used in defining new arrays, for example.
//
// GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE catches a few type errors.  If you see a compiler error
//
//   "warning: division by zero in ..."
//
// when using GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE, you are (wrongfully) giving it a pointer.
// You should only use GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE on statically allocated arrays.
//
// The following comments are on the implementation details, and can
// be ignored by the users.
//
// ARRAYSIZE(arr) works by inspecting sizeof(arr) (the # of bytes in
// the array) and sizeof(*(arr)) (the # of bytes in one array
// element).  If the former is divisible by the latter, perhaps arr is
// indeed an array, in which case the division result is the # of
// elements in the array.  Otherwise, arr cannot possibly be an array,
// and we generate a compiler error to prevent the code from
// compiling.
//
// Since the size of bool is implementation-defined, we need to cast
// !(sizeof(a) & sizeof(*(a))) to size_t in order to ensure the final
// result has type size_t.
//
// This macro is not perfect as it wrongfully accepts certain
// pointers, namely where the pointer size is divisible by the pointee
// size.  Since all our code has to go through a 32-bit compiler,
// where a pointer is 4 bytes, this means all pointers to a type whose
// size is 3 or greater than 4 will be (righteously) rejected.
//
// Kudos to Jorg Brown for this simple and elegant implementation.

#undef GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE
#define GOOGLE_ARRAYSIZE(a) \
  ((sizeof(a) / sizeof(*(a))) / \
   static_cast<size_t>(!(sizeof(a) % sizeof(*(a)))))

namespace internal {

// Use implicit_cast as a safe version of static_cast or const_cast
// for upcasting in the type hierarchy (i.e. casting a pointer to Foo
// to a pointer to SuperclassOfFoo or casting a pointer to Foo to
// a const pointer to Foo).
// When you use implicit_cast, the compiler checks that the cast is safe.
// Such explicit implicit_casts are necessary in surprisingly many
// situations where C++ demands an exact type match instead of an
// argument type convertable to a target type.
//
// The From type can be inferred, so the preferred syntax for using
// implicit_cast is the same as for static_cast etc.:
//
//   implicit_cast<ToType>(expr)
//
// implicit_cast would have been part of the C++ standard library,
// but the proposal was submitted too late.  It will probably make
// its way into the language in the future.
template<typename To, typename From>
inline To implicit_cast(From const &f) {
  return f;
}

// When you upcast (that is, cast a pointer from type Foo to type
// SuperclassOfFoo), it's fine to use implicit_cast<>, since upcasts
// always succeed.  When you downcast (that is, cast a pointer from
// type Foo to type SubclassOfFoo), static_cast<> isn't safe, because
// how do you know the pointer is really of type SubclassOfFoo?  It
// could be a bare Foo, or of type DifferentSubclassOfFoo.  Thus,
// when you downcast, you should use this macro.  In debug mode, we
// use dynamic_cast<> to double-check the downcast is legal (we die
// if it's not).  In normal mode, we do the efficient static_cast<>
// instead.  Thus, it's important to test in debug mode to make sure
// the cast is legal!
//    This is the only place in the code we should use dynamic_cast<>.
// In particular, you SHOULDN'T be using dynamic_cast<> in order to
// do RTTI (eg code like this:
//    if (dynamic_cast<Subclass1>(foo)) HandleASubclass1Object(foo);
//    if (dynamic_cast<Subclass2>(foo)) HandleASubclass2Object(foo);
// You should design the code some other way not to need this.

template<typename To, typename From>     // use like this: down_cast<T*>(foo);
inline To down_cast(From* f) {                   // so we only accept pointers
  // Ensures that To is a sub-type of From *.  This test is here only
  // for compile-time type checking, and has no overhead in an
  // optimized build at run-time, as it will be optimized away
  // completely.
  if (false) {
    implicit_cast<From*, To>(0);
  }

#if !defined(NDEBUG) && !defined(GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_NO_RTTI)
  assert(f == NULL || dynamic_cast<To>(f) != NULL);  // RTTI: debug mode only!
#endif
  return static_cast<To>(f);
}

}  // namespace internal

// We made these internal so that they would show up as such in the docs,
// but we don't want to stick "internal::" in front of them everywhere.
using internal::implicit_cast;
using internal::down_cast;

// The COMPILE_ASSERT macro can be used to verify that a compile time
// expression is true. For example, you could use it to verify the
// size of a static array:
//
//   COMPILE_ASSERT(ARRAYSIZE(content_type_names) == CONTENT_NUM_TYPES,
//                  content_type_names_incorrect_size);
//
// or to make sure a struct is smaller than a certain size:
//
//   COMPILE_ASSERT(sizeof(foo) < 128, foo_too_large);
//
// The second argument to the macro is the name of the variable. If
// the expression is false, most compilers will issue a warning/error
// containing the name of the variable.

namespace internal {

template <bool>
struct CompileAssert {
};

}  // namespace internal

#undef GOOGLE_COMPILE_ASSERT
#define GOOGLE_COMPILE_ASSERT(expr, msg) \
  typedef ::google::protobuf::internal::CompileAssert<(bool(expr))> \
          msg[bool(expr) ? 1 : -1]

// Implementation details of COMPILE_ASSERT:
//
// - COMPILE_ASSERT works by defining an array type that has -1
//   elements (and thus is invalid) when the expression is false.
//
// - The simpler definition
//
//     #define COMPILE_ASSERT(expr, msg) typedef char msg[(expr) ? 1 : -1]
//
//   does not work, as gcc supports variable-length arrays whose sizes
//   are determined at run-time (this is gcc's extension and not part
//   of the C++ standard).  As a result, gcc fails to reject the
//   following code with the simple definition:
//
//     int foo;
//     COMPILE_ASSERT(foo, msg); // not supposed to compile as foo is
//                               // not a compile-time constant.
//
// - By using the type CompileAssert<(bool(expr))>, we ensures that
//   expr is a compile-time constant.  (Template arguments must be
//   determined at compile-time.)
//
// - The outter parentheses in CompileAssert<(bool(expr))> are necessary
//   to work around a bug in gcc 3.4.4 and 4.0.1.  If we had written
//
//     CompileAssert<bool(expr)>
//
//   instead, these compilers will refuse to compile
//
//     COMPILE_ASSERT(5 > 0, some_message);
//
//   (They seem to think the ">" in "5 > 0" marks the end of the
//   template argument list.)
//
// - The array size is (bool(expr) ? 1 : -1), instead of simply
//
//     ((expr) ? 1 : -1).
//
//   This is to avoid running into a bug in MS VC 7.1, which
//   causes ((0.0) ? 1 : -1) to incorrectly evaluate to 1.

// ===================================================================
// from google3/base/scoped_ptr.h

namespace internal {

//  This is an implementation designed to match the anticipated future TR2
//  implementation of the scoped_ptr class, and its closely-related brethren,
//  scoped_array, scoped_ptr_malloc, and make_scoped_ptr.

template <class C> class scoped_ptr;
template <class C> class scoped_array;

// A scoped_ptr<T> is like a T*, except that the destructor of scoped_ptr<T>
// automatically deletes the pointer it holds (if any).
// That is, scoped_ptr<T> owns the T object that it points to.
// Like a T*, a scoped_ptr<T> may hold either NULL or a pointer to a T object.
//
// The size of a scoped_ptr is small:
// sizeof(scoped_ptr<C>) == sizeof(C*)
template <class C>
class scoped_ptr {
 public:

  // The element type
  typedef C element_type;

  // Constructor.  Defaults to intializing with NULL.
  // There is no way to create an uninitialized scoped_ptr.
  // The input parameter must be allocated with new.
  explicit scoped_ptr(C* p = NULL) : ptr_(p) { }

  // Destructor.  If there is a C object, delete it.
  // We don't need to test ptr_ == NULL because C++ does that for us.
  ~scoped_ptr() {
    enum { type_must_be_complete = sizeof(C) };
    delete ptr_;
  }

  // Reset.  Deletes the current owned object, if any.
  // Then takes ownership of a new object, if given.
  // this->reset(this->get()) works.
  void reset(C* p = NULL) {
    if (p != ptr_) {
      enum { type_must_be_complete = sizeof(C) };
      delete ptr_;
      ptr_ = p;
    }
  }

  // Accessors to get the owned object.
  // operator* and operator-> will assert() if there is no current object.
  C& operator*() const {
    assert(ptr_ != NULL);
    return *ptr_;
  }
  C* operator->() const  {
    assert(ptr_ != NULL);
    return ptr_;
  }
  C* get() const { return ptr_; }

  // Comparison operators.
  // These return whether two scoped_ptr refer to the same object, not just to
  // two different but equal objects.
  bool operator==(C* p) const { return ptr_ == p; }
  bool operator!=(C* p) const { return ptr_ != p; }

  // Swap two scoped pointers.
  void swap(scoped_ptr& p2) {
    C* tmp = ptr_;
    ptr_ = p2.ptr_;
    p2.ptr_ = tmp;
  }

  // Release a pointer.
  // The return value is the current pointer held by this object.
  // If this object holds a NULL pointer, the return value is NULL.
  // After this operation, this object will hold a NULL pointer,
  // and will not own the object any more.
  C* release() {
    C* retVal = ptr_;
    ptr_ = NULL;
    return retVal;
  }

 private:
  C* ptr_;

  // Forbid comparison of scoped_ptr types.  If C2 != C, it totally doesn't
  // make sense, and if C2 == C, it still doesn't make sense because you should
  // never have the same object owned by two different scoped_ptrs.
  template <class C2> bool operator==(scoped_ptr<C2> const& p2) const;
  template <class C2> bool operator!=(scoped_ptr<C2> const& p2) const;

  // Disallow evil constructors
  scoped_ptr(const scoped_ptr&);
  void operator=(const scoped_ptr&);
};

// scoped_array<C> is like scoped_ptr<C>, except that the caller must allocate
// with new [] and the destructor deletes objects with delete [].
//
// As with scoped_ptr<C>, a scoped_array<C> either points to an object
// or is NULL.  A scoped_array<C> owns the object that it points to.
//
// Size: sizeof(scoped_array<C>) == sizeof(C*)
template <class C>
class scoped_array {
 public:

  // The element type
  typedef C element_type;

  // Constructor.  Defaults to intializing with NULL.
  // There is no way to create an uninitialized scoped_array.
  // The input parameter must be allocated with new [].
  explicit scoped_array(C* p = NULL) : array_(p) { }

  // Destructor.  If there is a C object, delete it.
  // We don't need to test ptr_ == NULL because C++ does that for us.
  ~scoped_array() {
    enum { type_must_be_complete = sizeof(C) };
    delete[] array_;
  }

  // Reset.  Deletes the current owned object, if any.
  // Then takes ownership of a new object, if given.
  // this->reset(this->get()) works.
  void reset(C* p = NULL) {
    if (p != array_) {
      enum { type_must_be_complete = sizeof(C) };
      delete[] array_;
      array_ = p;
    }
  }

  // Get one element of the current object.
  // Will assert() if there is no current object, or index i is negative.
  C& operator[](std::ptrdiff_t i) const {
    assert(i >= 0);
    assert(array_ != NULL);
    return array_[i];
  }

  // Get a pointer to the zeroth element of the current object.
  // If there is no current object, return NULL.
  C* get() const {
    return array_;
  }

  // Comparison operators.
  // These return whether two scoped_array refer to the same object, not just to
  // two different but equal objects.
  bool operator==(C* p) const { return array_ == p; }
  bool operator!=(C* p) const { return array_ != p; }

  // Swap two scoped arrays.
  void swap(scoped_array& p2) {
    C* tmp = array_;
    array_ = p2.array_;
    p2.array_ = tmp;
  }

  // Release an array.
  // The return value is the current pointer held by this object.
  // If this object holds a NULL pointer, the return value is NULL.
  // After this operation, this object will hold a NULL pointer,
  // and will not own the object any more.
  C* release() {
    C* retVal = array_;
    array_ = NULL;
    return retVal;
  }

 private:
  C* array_;

  // Forbid comparison of different scoped_array types.
  template <class C2> bool operator==(scoped_array<C2> const& p2) const;
  template <class C2> bool operator!=(scoped_array<C2> const& p2) const;

  // Disallow evil constructors
  scoped_array(const scoped_array&);
  void operator=(const scoped_array&);
};

}  // namespace internal

// We made these internal so that they would show up as such in the docs,
// but we don't want to stick "internal::" in front of them everywhere.
using internal::scoped_ptr;
using internal::scoped_array;

// ===================================================================
// emulates google3/base/logging.h

enum LogLevel {
  LOGLEVEL_INFO,     // Informational.  This is never actually used by
                     // libprotobuf.
  LOGLEVEL_WARNING,  // Warns about issues that, although not technically a
                     // problem now, could cause problems in the future.  For
                     // example, a // warning will be printed when parsing a
                     // message that is near the message size limit.
  LOGLEVEL_ERROR,    // An error occurred which should never happen during
                     // normal use.
  LOGLEVEL_FATAL,    // An error occurred from which the library cannot
                     // recover.  This usually indicates a programming error
                     // in the code which calls the library, especially when
                     // compiled in debug mode.

#ifdef NDEBUG
  LOGLEVEL_DFATAL = LOGLEVEL_ERROR
#else
  LOGLEVEL_DFATAL = LOGLEVEL_FATAL
#endif
};

namespace internal {

class LogFinisher;

class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT LogMessage {
 public:
  LogMessage(LogLevel level, const char* filename, int line);
  ~LogMessage();

  LogMessage& operator<<(const string& value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(const char* value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(char value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(int value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(uint value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(long value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(unsigned long value);
  LogMessage& operator<<(double value);

 private:
  friend class LogFinisher;
  void Finish();

  LogLevel level_;
  const char* filename_;
  int line_;
  string message_;
};

// Used to make the entire "LOG(BLAH) << etc." expression have a void return
// type and print a newline after each message.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT LogFinisher {
 public:
  void operator=(LogMessage& other);
};

}  // namespace internal

// Undef everything in case we're being mixed with some other Google library
// which already defined them itself.  Presumably all Google libraries will
// support the same syntax for these so it should not be a big deal if they
// end up using our definitions instead.
#undef GOOGLE_LOG
#undef GOOGLE_LOG_IF

#undef GOOGLE_CHECK
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_EQ
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_NE
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_LT
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_LE
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_GT
#undef GOOGLE_CHECK_GE

#undef GOOGLE_DLOG
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_EQ
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_NE
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_LT
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_LE
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_GT
#undef GOOGLE_DCHECK_GE

#define GOOGLE_LOG(LEVEL)                                                 \
  ::google::protobuf::internal::LogFinisher() =                           \
    ::google::protobuf::internal::LogMessage(                             \
      ::google::protobuf::LOGLEVEL_##LEVEL, __FILE__, __LINE__)
#define GOOGLE_LOG_IF(LEVEL, CONDITION) \
  !(CONDITION) ? (void)0 : GOOGLE_LOG(LEVEL)

#define GOOGLE_CHECK(EXPRESSION) \
  GOOGLE_LOG_IF(FATAL, !(EXPRESSION)) << "CHECK failed: " #EXPRESSION ": "
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_EQ(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) == (B))
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_NE(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) != (B))
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_LT(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) <  (B))
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_LE(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) <= (B))
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_GT(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) >  (B))
#define GOOGLE_CHECK_GE(A, B) GOOGLE_CHECK((A) >= (B))

#ifdef NDEBUG

#define GOOGLE_DLOG GOOGLE_LOG_IF(INFO, false)

#define GOOGLE_DCHECK(EXPRESSION) while(false) GOOGLE_CHECK(EXPRESSION)
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_EQ(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) == (B))
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_NE(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) != (B))
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_LT(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) <  (B))
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_LE(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) <= (B))
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_GT(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) >  (B))
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_GE(A, B) GOOGLE_DCHECK((A) >= (B))

#else  // NDEBUG

#define GOOGLE_DLOG GOOGLE_LOG

#define GOOGLE_DCHECK    GOOGLE_CHECK
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_EQ GOOGLE_CHECK_EQ
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_NE GOOGLE_CHECK_NE
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_LT GOOGLE_CHECK_LT
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_LE GOOGLE_CHECK_LE
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_GT GOOGLE_CHECK_GT
#define GOOGLE_DCHECK_GE GOOGLE_CHECK_GE

#endif  // !NDEBUG

typedef void LogHandler(LogLevel level, const char* filename, int line,
                        const string& message);

// The protobuf library sometimes writes warning and error messages to
// stderr.  These messages are primarily useful for developers, but may
// also help end users figure out a problem.  If you would prefer that
// these messages be sent somewhere other than stderr, call SetLogHandler()
// to set your own handler.  This returns the old handler.  Set the handler
// to NULL to ignore log messages (but see also LogSilencer, below).
//
// Obviously, SetLogHandler is not thread-safe.  You should only call it
// at initialization time, and probably not from library code.  If you
// simply want to suppress log messages temporarily (e.g. because you
// have some code that tends to trigger them frequently and you know
// the warnings are not important to you), use the LogSilencer class
// below.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT LogHandler* SetLogHandler(LogHandler* new_func);

// Create a LogSilencer if you want to temporarily suppress all log
// messages.  As long as any LogSilencer objects exist, non-fatal
// log messages will be discarded (the current LogHandler will *not*
// be called).  Constructing a LogSilencer is thread-safe.  You may
// accidentally suppress log messages occurring in another thread, but
// since messages are generally for debugging purposes only, this isn't
// a big deal.  If you want to intercept log messages, use SetLogHandler().
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT LogSilencer {
 public:
  LogSilencer();
  ~LogSilencer();
};

// ===================================================================
// emulates google3/base/callback.h

// Abstract interface for a callback.  When calling an RPC, you must provide
// a Closure to call when the procedure completes.  See the Service interface
// in service.h.
//
// To automatically construct a Closure which calls a particular function or
// method with a particular set of parameters, use the NewCallback() function.
// Example:
//   void FooDone(const FooResponse* response) {
//     ...
//   }
//
//   void CallFoo() {
//     ...
//     // When done, call FooDone() and pass it a pointer to the response.
//     Closure* callback = NewCallback(&FooDone, response);
//     // Make the call.
//     service->Foo(controller, request, response, callback);
//   }
//
// Example that calls a method:
//   class Handler {
//    public:
//     ...
//
//     void FooDone(const FooResponse* response) {
//       ...
//     }
//
//     void CallFoo() {
//       ...
//       // When done, call FooDone() and pass it a pointer to the response.
//       Closure* callback = NewCallback(this, &Handler::FooDone, response);
//       // Make the call.
//       service->Foo(controller, request, response, callback);
//     }
//   };
//
// Currently NewCallback() supports binding zero, one, or two arguments.
//
// Callbacks created with NewCallback() automatically delete themselves when
// executed.  They should be used when a callback is to be called exactly
// once (usually the case with RPC callbacks).  If a callback may be called
// a different number of times (including zero), create it with
// NewPermanentCallback() instead.  You are then responsible for deleting the
// callback (using the "delete" keyword as normal).
//
// Note that NewCallback() is a bit touchy regarding argument types.  Generally,
// the values you provide for the parameter bindings must exactly match the
// types accepted by the callback function.  For example:
//   void Foo(string s);
//   NewCallback(&Foo, "foo");          // WON'T WORK:  const char* != string
//   NewCallback(&Foo, string("foo"));  // WORKS
// Also note that the arguments cannot be references:
//   void Foo(const string& s);
//   string my_str;
//   NewCallback(&Foo, my_str);  // WON'T WORK:  Can't use referecnes.
// However, correctly-typed pointers will work just fine.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT Closure {
 public:
  Closure() {}
  virtual ~Closure();

  virtual void Run() = 0;

 private:
  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(Closure);
};

namespace internal {

class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT FunctionClosure0 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (*FunctionType)();

  FunctionClosure0(FunctionType function, bool self_deleting)
    : function_(function), self_deleting_(self_deleting) {}
  ~FunctionClosure0();

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    function_();
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  FunctionType function_;
  bool self_deleting_;
};

template <typename Class>
class MethodClosure0 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (Class::*MethodType)();

  MethodClosure0(Class* object, MethodType method, bool self_deleting)
    : object_(object), method_(method), self_deleting_(self_deleting) {}
  ~MethodClosure0() {}

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    (object_->*method_)();
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  Class* object_;
  MethodType method_;
  bool self_deleting_;
};

template <typename Arg1>
class FunctionClosure1 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (*FunctionType)(Arg1 arg1);

  FunctionClosure1(FunctionType function, bool self_deleting,
                   Arg1 arg1)
    : function_(function), self_deleting_(self_deleting),
      arg1_(arg1) {}
  ~FunctionClosure1() {}

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    function_(arg1_);
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  FunctionType function_;
  bool self_deleting_;
  Arg1 arg1_;
};

template <typename Class, typename Arg1>
class MethodClosure1 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (Class::*MethodType)(Arg1 arg1);

  MethodClosure1(Class* object, MethodType method, bool self_deleting,
                 Arg1 arg1)
    : object_(object), method_(method), self_deleting_(self_deleting),
      arg1_(arg1) {}
  ~MethodClosure1() {}

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    (object_->*method_)(arg1_);
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  Class* object_;
  MethodType method_;
  bool self_deleting_;
  Arg1 arg1_;
};

template <typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
class FunctionClosure2 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (*FunctionType)(Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2);

  FunctionClosure2(FunctionType function, bool self_deleting,
                   Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2)
    : function_(function), self_deleting_(self_deleting),
      arg1_(arg1), arg2_(arg2) {}
  ~FunctionClosure2() {}

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    function_(arg1_, arg2_);
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  FunctionType function_;
  bool self_deleting_;
  Arg1 arg1_;
  Arg2 arg2_;
};

template <typename Class, typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
class MethodClosure2 : public Closure {
 public:
  typedef void (Class::*MethodType)(Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2);

  MethodClosure2(Class* object, MethodType method, bool self_deleting,
                 Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2)
    : object_(object), method_(method), self_deleting_(self_deleting),
      arg1_(arg1), arg2_(arg2) {}
  ~MethodClosure2() {}

  void Run() {
    bool needs_delete = self_deleting_;  // read in case callback deletes
    (object_->*method_)(arg1_, arg2_);
    if (needs_delete) delete this;
  }

 private:
  Class* object_;
  MethodType method_;
  bool self_deleting_;
  Arg1 arg1_;
  Arg2 arg2_;
};

}  // namespace internal

// See Closure.
inline Closure* NewCallback(void (*function)()) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure0(function, true);
}

// See Closure.
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(void (*function)()) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure0(function, false);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class>
inline Closure* NewCallback(Class* object, void (Class::*method)()) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure0<Class>(object, method, true);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class>
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(Class* object, void (Class::*method)()) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure0<Class>(object, method, false);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Arg1>
inline Closure* NewCallback(void (*function)(Arg1),
                            Arg1 arg1) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure1<Arg1>(function, true, arg1);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Arg1>
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(void (*function)(Arg1),
                                     Arg1 arg1) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure1<Arg1>(function, false, arg1);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class, typename Arg1>
inline Closure* NewCallback(Class* object, void (Class::*method)(Arg1),
                            Arg1 arg1) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure1<Class, Arg1>(object, method, true, arg1);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class, typename Arg1>
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(Class* object, void (Class::*method)(Arg1),
                                     Arg1 arg1) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure1<Class, Arg1>(object, method, false, arg1);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
inline Closure* NewCallback(void (*function)(Arg1, Arg2),
                            Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure2<Arg1, Arg2>(
    function, true, arg1, arg2);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(void (*function)(Arg1, Arg2),
                                     Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2) {
  return new internal::FunctionClosure2<Arg1, Arg2>(
    function, false, arg1, arg2);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class, typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
inline Closure* NewCallback(Class* object, void (Class::*method)(Arg1, Arg2),
                            Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure2<Class, Arg1, Arg2>(
    object, method, true, arg1, arg2);
}

// See Closure.
template <typename Class, typename Arg1, typename Arg2>
inline Closure* NewPermanentCallback(
    Class* object, void (Class::*method)(Arg1, Arg2),
    Arg1 arg1, Arg2 arg2) {
  return new internal::MethodClosure2<Class, Arg1, Arg2>(
    object, method, false, arg1, arg2);
}

// A function which does nothing.  Useful for creating no-op callbacks, e.g.:
//   Closure* nothing = NewCallback(&DoNothing);
void LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT DoNothing();

// ===================================================================
// emulates google3/base/mutex.h

namespace internal {

// A Mutex is a non-reentrant (aka non-recursive) mutex.  At most one thread T
// may hold a mutex at a given time.  If T attempts to Lock() the same Mutex
// while holding it, T will deadlock.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT Mutex {
 public:
  // Create a Mutex that is not held by anybody.
  Mutex();

  // Destructor
  ~Mutex();

  // Block if necessary until this Mutex is free, then acquire it exclusively.
  void Lock();

  // Release this Mutex.  Caller must hold it exclusively.
  void Unlock();

  // Crash if this Mutex is not held exclusively by this thread.
  // May fail to crash when it should; will never crash when it should not.
  void AssertHeld();

 private:
  struct Internal;
  Internal* mInternal;

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(Mutex);
};

// MutexLock(mu) acquires mu when constructed and releases it when destroyed.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT MutexLock {
 public:
  explicit MutexLock(Mutex *mu) : mu_(mu) { this->mu_->Lock(); }
  ~MutexLock() { this->mu_->Unlock(); }
 private:
  Mutex *const mu_;
  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(MutexLock);
};

// TODO(kenton):  Implement these?  Hard to implement portably.
typedef MutexLock ReaderMutexLock;
typedef MutexLock WriterMutexLock;

// MutexLockMaybe is like MutexLock, but is a no-op when mu is NULL.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT MutexLockMaybe {
 public:
  explicit MutexLockMaybe(Mutex *mu) :
    mu_(mu) { if (this->mu_ != NULL) { this->mu_->Lock(); } }
  ~MutexLockMaybe() { if (this->mu_ != NULL) { this->mu_->Unlock(); } }
 private:
  Mutex *const mu_;
  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(MutexLockMaybe);
};

}  // namespace internal

// We made these internal so that they would show up as such in the docs,
// but we don't want to stick "internal::" in front of them everywhere.
using internal::Mutex;
using internal::MutexLock;
using internal::ReaderMutexLock;
using internal::WriterMutexLock;
using internal::MutexLockMaybe;

// ===================================================================
// from google3/base/type_traits.h

namespace internal {

// Specified by TR1 [4.7.4] Pointer modifications.
template<typename T> struct remove_pointer { typedef T type; };
template<typename T> struct remove_pointer<T*> { typedef T type; };
template<typename T> struct remove_pointer<T* const> { typedef T type; };
template<typename T> struct remove_pointer<T* volatile> { typedef T type; };
template<typename T> struct remove_pointer<T* const volatile> {
  typedef T type; };

// ===================================================================

// Checks if the buffer contains structurally-valid UTF-8.  Implemented in
// structurally_valid.cc.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT bool IsStructurallyValidUTF8(const char* buf, int len);

}  // namespace internal

// ===================================================================
// Shutdown support.

// Shut down the entire protocol buffers library, deleting all static-duration
// objects allocated by the library or by generated .pb.cc files.
//
// There are two reasons you might want to call this:
// * You use a draconian definition of "memory leak" in which you expect
//   every single malloc() to have a corresponding free(), even for objects
//   which live until program exit.
// * You are writing a dynamically-loaded library which needs to clean up
//   after itself when the library is unloaded.
//
// It is safe to call this multiple times.  However, it is not safe to use
// any other part of the protocol buffers library after
// ShutdownProtobufLibrary() has been called.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT void ShutdownProtobufLibrary();

namespace internal {

// Register a function to be called when ShutdownProtocolBuffers() is called.
LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT void OnShutdown(void (*func)());

}  // namespace internal

}  // namespace protobuf
}  // namespace google

#endif  // GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_COMMON_H__

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