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43
44#ifndef __ACOUTPUT_H__
45#define __ACOUTPUT_H__
46
47/*
48 * Debug levels and component IDs. These are used to control the
49 * granularity of the output of the ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT macro -- on a
50 * per-component basis and a per-exception-type basis.
51 */
52
53/* Component IDs are used in the global "DebugLayer" */
54
55#define ACPI_UTILITIES 0x00000001
56#define ACPI_HARDWARE 0x00000002
57#define ACPI_EVENTS 0x00000004
58#define ACPI_TABLES 0x00000008
59#define ACPI_NAMESPACE 0x00000010
60#define ACPI_PARSER 0x00000020
61#define ACPI_DISPATCHER 0x00000040
62#define ACPI_EXECUTER 0x00000080
63#define ACPI_RESOURCES 0x00000100
64#define ACPI_CA_DEBUGGER 0x00000200
65#define ACPI_OS_SERVICES 0x00000400
66#define ACPI_CA_DISASSEMBLER 0x00000800
67
68/* Component IDs for ACPI tools and utilities */
69
70#define ACPI_COMPILER 0x00001000
71#define ACPI_TOOLS 0x00002000
72#define ACPI_EXAMPLE 0x00004000
73#define ACPI_DRIVER 0x00008000
74#define DT_COMPILER 0x00010000
75#define ASL_PREPROCESSOR 0x00020000
76
77#define ACPI_ALL_COMPONENTS 0x0001FFFF
78#define ACPI_COMPONENT_DEFAULT (ACPI_ALL_COMPONENTS)
79
80/* Component IDs reserved for ACPI drivers */
81
82#define ACPI_ALL_DRIVERS 0xFFFF0000
83
84
85/*
86 * Raw debug output levels, do not use these in the ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT macros
87 */
88#define ACPI_LV_INIT 0x00000001
89#define ACPI_LV_DEBUG_OBJECT 0x00000002
90#define ACPI_LV_INFO 0x00000004
91#define ACPI_LV_REPAIR 0x00000008
92#define ACPI_LV_TRACE_POINT 0x00000010
93#define ACPI_LV_ALL_EXCEPTIONS 0x0000001F
94
95/* Trace verbosity level 1 [Standard Trace Level] */
96
97#define ACPI_LV_INIT_NAMES 0x00000020
98#define ACPI_LV_PARSE 0x00000040
99#define ACPI_LV_LOAD 0x00000080
100#define ACPI_LV_DISPATCH 0x00000100
101#define ACPI_LV_EXEC 0x00000200
102#define ACPI_LV_NAMES 0x00000400
103#define ACPI_LV_OPREGION 0x00000800
104#define ACPI_LV_BFIELD 0x00001000
105#define ACPI_LV_TABLES 0x00002000
106#define ACPI_LV_VALUES 0x00004000
107#define ACPI_LV_OBJECTS 0x00008000
108#define ACPI_LV_RESOURCES 0x00010000
109#define ACPI_LV_USER_REQUESTS 0x00020000
110#define ACPI_LV_PACKAGE 0x00040000
111#define ACPI_LV_EVALUATION 0x00080000
112#define ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY1 0x000FFF40 | ACPI_LV_ALL_EXCEPTIONS
113
114/* Trace verbosity level 2 [Function tracing and memory allocation] */
115
116#define ACPI_LV_ALLOCATIONS 0x00100000
117#define ACPI_LV_FUNCTIONS 0x00200000
118#define ACPI_LV_OPTIMIZATIONS 0x00400000
119#define ACPI_LV_PARSE_TREES 0x00800000
120#define ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY2 0x00F00000 | ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY1
121#define ACPI_LV_ALL ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY2
122
123/* Trace verbosity level 3 [Threading, I/O, and Interrupts] */
124
125#define ACPI_LV_MUTEX 0x01000000
126#define ACPI_LV_THREADS 0x02000000
127#define ACPI_LV_IO 0x04000000
128#define ACPI_LV_INTERRUPTS 0x08000000
129#define ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY3 0x0F000000 | ACPI_LV_VERBOSITY2
130
131/* Exceptionally verbose output -- also used in the global "DebugLevel" */
132
133#define ACPI_LV_AML_DISASSEMBLE 0x10000000
134#define ACPI_LV_VERBOSE_INFO 0x20000000
135#define ACPI_LV_FULL_TABLES 0x40000000
136#define ACPI_LV_EVENTS 0x80000000
137#define ACPI_LV_VERBOSE 0xF0000000
138
139
140/*
141 * Debug level macros that are used in the DEBUG_PRINT macros
142 */
143#define ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL(dl) (UINT32) dl,ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS
144
145/*
146 * Exception level -- used in the global "DebugLevel"
147 *
148 * Note: For errors, use the ACPI_ERROR or ACPI_EXCEPTION interfaces.
149 * For warnings, use ACPI_WARNING.
150 */
151#define ACPI_DB_INIT ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_INIT)
152#define ACPI_DB_DEBUG_OBJECT ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_DEBUG_OBJECT)
153#define ACPI_DB_INFO ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_INFO)
154#define ACPI_DB_REPAIR ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_REPAIR)
155#define ACPI_DB_TRACE_POINT ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_TRACE_POINT)
156#define ACPI_DB_ALL_EXCEPTIONS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_ALL_EXCEPTIONS)
157
158/* Trace level -- also used in the global "DebugLevel" */
159
160#define ACPI_DB_INIT_NAMES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_INIT_NAMES)
161#define ACPI_DB_THREADS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_THREADS)
162#define ACPI_DB_PARSE ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_PARSE)
163#define ACPI_DB_DISPATCH ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_DISPATCH)
164#define ACPI_DB_LOAD ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_LOAD)
165#define ACPI_DB_EXEC ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_EXEC)
166#define ACPI_DB_NAMES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_NAMES)
167#define ACPI_DB_OPREGION ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_OPREGION)
168#define ACPI_DB_BFIELD ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_BFIELD)
169#define ACPI_DB_TABLES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_TABLES)
170#define ACPI_DB_FUNCTIONS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_FUNCTIONS)
171#define ACPI_DB_OPTIMIZATIONS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_OPTIMIZATIONS)
172#define ACPI_DB_PARSE_TREES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_PARSE_TREES)
173#define ACPI_DB_VALUES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_VALUES)
174#define ACPI_DB_OBJECTS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_OBJECTS)
175#define ACPI_DB_ALLOCATIONS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_ALLOCATIONS)
176#define ACPI_DB_RESOURCES ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_RESOURCES)
177#define ACPI_DB_IO ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_IO)
178#define ACPI_DB_INTERRUPTS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_INTERRUPTS)
179#define ACPI_DB_USER_REQUESTS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_USER_REQUESTS)
180#define ACPI_DB_PACKAGE ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_PACKAGE)
181#define ACPI_DB_EVALUATION ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_EVALUATION)
182#define ACPI_DB_MUTEX ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_MUTEX)
183#define ACPI_DB_EVENTS ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_EVENTS)
184
185#define ACPI_DB_ALL ACPI_DEBUG_LEVEL (ACPI_LV_ALL)
186
187/* Defaults for DebugLevel, debug and normal */
188
189#define ACPI_DEBUG_DEFAULT (ACPI_LV_INIT | ACPI_LV_DEBUG_OBJECT | ACPI_LV_EVALUATION | ACPI_LV_REPAIR)
190#define ACPI_NORMAL_DEFAULT (ACPI_LV_INIT | ACPI_LV_DEBUG_OBJECT | ACPI_LV_REPAIR)
191#define ACPI_DEBUG_ALL (ACPI_LV_AML_DISASSEMBLE | ACPI_LV_ALL_EXCEPTIONS | ACPI_LV_ALL)
192
193
194/*
195 * Global trace flags
196 */
197#define ACPI_TRACE_ENABLED ((UINT32) 4)
198#define ACPI_TRACE_ONESHOT ((UINT32) 2)
199#define ACPI_TRACE_OPCODE ((UINT32) 1)
200
201/* Defaults for trace debugging level/layer */
202
203#define ACPI_TRACE_LEVEL_ALL ACPI_LV_ALL
204#define ACPI_TRACE_LAYER_ALL 0x000001FF
205#define ACPI_TRACE_LEVEL_DEFAULT ACPI_LV_TRACE_POINT
206#define ACPI_TRACE_LAYER_DEFAULT ACPI_EXECUTER
207
208
209#if defined (ACPI_DEBUG_OUTPUT) || !defined (ACPI_NO_ERROR_MESSAGES)
210/*
211 * The module name is used primarily for error and debug messages.
212 * The __FILE__ macro is not very useful for this, because it
213 * usually includes the entire pathname to the module making the
214 * debug output difficult to read.
215 */
216#define ACPI_MODULE_NAME(Name) static const char ACPI_UNUSED_VAR _AcpiModuleName[] = Name;
217#else
218/*
219 * For the no-debug and no-error-msg cases, we must at least define
220 * a null module name.
221 */
222#define ACPI_MODULE_NAME(Name)
223#define _AcpiModuleName ""
224#endif
225
226/*
227 * Ascii error messages can be configured out
228 */
229#ifndef ACPI_NO_ERROR_MESSAGES
230#define AE_INFO _AcpiModuleName, __LINE__
231
232/*
233 * Error reporting. Callers module and line number are inserted by AE_INFO,
234 * the plist contains a set of parens to allow variable-length lists.
235 * These macros are used for both the debug and non-debug versions of the code.
236 */
237#define ACPI_INFO(plist) AcpiInfo plist
238#define ACPI_WARNING(plist) AcpiWarning plist
239#define ACPI_EXCEPTION(plist) AcpiException plist
240#define ACPI_ERROR(plist) AcpiError plist
241#define ACPI_BIOS_WARNING(plist) AcpiBiosWarning plist
242#define ACPI_BIOS_EXCEPTION(plist) AcpiBiosException plist
243#define ACPI_BIOS_ERROR(plist) AcpiBiosError plist
244#define ACPI_DEBUG_OBJECT(obj,l,i) AcpiExDoDebugObject(obj,l,i)
245
246#else
247
248/* No error messages */
249
250#define ACPI_INFO(plist)
251#define ACPI_WARNING(plist)
252#define ACPI_EXCEPTION(plist)
253#define ACPI_ERROR(plist)
254#define ACPI_BIOS_WARNING(plist)
255#define ACPI_BIOS_EXCEPTION(plist)
256#define ACPI_BIOS_ERROR(plist)
257#define ACPI_DEBUG_OBJECT(obj,l,i)
258
259#endif /* ACPI_NO_ERROR_MESSAGES */
260
261
262/*
263 * Debug macros that are conditionally compiled
264 */
265#ifdef ACPI_DEBUG_OUTPUT
266
267/*
268 * If ACPI_GET_FUNCTION_NAME was not defined in the compiler-dependent header,
269 * define it now. This is the case where there the compiler does not support
270 * a __FUNCTION__ macro or equivalent.
271 */
272#ifndef ACPI_GET_FUNCTION_NAME
273#define ACPI_GET_FUNCTION_NAME _AcpiFunctionName
274
275/*
276 * The Name parameter should be the procedure name as a non-quoted string.
277 * The function name is also used by the function exit macros below.
278 * Note: (const char) is used to be compatible with the debug interfaces
279 * and macros such as __FUNCTION__.
280 */
281#define ACPI_FUNCTION_NAME(Name) static const char _AcpiFunctionName[] = #Name;
282
283#else
284/* Compiler supports __FUNCTION__ (or equivalent) -- Ignore this macro */
285
286#define ACPI_FUNCTION_NAME(Name)
287#endif /* ACPI_GET_FUNCTION_NAME */
288
289/*
290 * Common parameters used for debug output functions:
291 * line number, function name, module(file) name, component ID
292 */
293#define ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS \
294 __LINE__, ACPI_GET_FUNCTION_NAME, _AcpiModuleName, _COMPONENT
295
296/* Check if debug output is currently dynamically enabled */
297
298#define ACPI_IS_DEBUG_ENABLED(Level, Component) \
299 ((Level & AcpiDbgLevel) && (Component & AcpiDbgLayer))
300
301/*
302 * Master debug print macros
303 * Print message if and only if:
304 * 1) Debug print for the current component is enabled
305 * 2) Debug error level or trace level for the print statement is enabled
306 *
307 * November 2012: Moved the runtime check for whether to actually emit the
308 * debug message outside of the print function itself. This improves overall
309 * performance at a relatively small code cost. Implementation involves the
310 * use of variadic macros supported by C99.
311 *
312 * Note: the ACPI_DO_WHILE0 macro is used to prevent some compilers from
313 * complaining about these constructs. On other compilers the do...while
314 * adds some extra code, so this feature is optional.
315 */
316#ifdef ACPI_USE_DO_WHILE_0
317#define ACPI_DO_WHILE0(a) do a while(0)
318#else
319#define ACPI_DO_WHILE0(a) a
320#endif
321
322/* DEBUG_PRINT functions */
323
324#ifndef COMPILER_VA_MACRO
325
326#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT(plist) AcpiDebugPrint plist
327#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT_RAW(plist) AcpiDebugPrintRaw plist
328
329#else
330
331/* Helper macros for DEBUG_PRINT */
332
333#define ACPI_DO_DEBUG_PRINT(Function, Level, Line, Filename, Modulename, Component, ...) \
334 ACPI_DO_WHILE0 ({ \
335 if (ACPI_IS_DEBUG_ENABLED (Level, Component)) \
336 { \
337 Function (Level, Line, Filename, Modulename, Component, __VA_ARGS__); \
338 } \
339 })
340
341#define ACPI_ACTUAL_DEBUG(Level, Line, Filename, Modulename, Component, ...) \
342 ACPI_DO_DEBUG_PRINT (AcpiDebugPrint, Level, Line, \
343 Filename, Modulename, Component, __VA_ARGS__)
344
345#define ACPI_ACTUAL_DEBUG_RAW(Level, Line, Filename, Modulename, Component, ...) \
346 ACPI_DO_DEBUG_PRINT (AcpiDebugPrintRaw, Level, Line, \
347 Filename, Modulename, Component, __VA_ARGS__)
348
349#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT(plist) ACPI_ACTUAL_DEBUG plist
350#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT_RAW(plist) ACPI_ACTUAL_DEBUG_RAW plist
351
352#endif
353
354
355/*
356 * Function entry tracing
357 *
358 * The name of the function is emitted as a local variable that is
359 * intended to be used by both the entry trace and the exit trace.
360 */
361
362/* Helper macro */
363
364#define ACPI_TRACE_ENTRY(Name, Function, Type, Param) \
365 ACPI_FUNCTION_NAME (Name) \
366 Function (ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS, (Type) (Param))
367
368/* The actual entry trace macros */
369
370#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE(Name) \
371 ACPI_FUNCTION_NAME(Name) \
372 AcpiUtTrace (ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS)
373
374#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_PTR(Name, Pointer) \
375 ACPI_TRACE_ENTRY (Name, AcpiUtTracePtr, void *, Pointer)
376
377#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_U32(Name, Value) \
378 ACPI_TRACE_ENTRY (Name, AcpiUtTraceU32, UINT32, Value)
379
380#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_STR(Name, String) \
381 ACPI_TRACE_ENTRY (Name, AcpiUtTraceStr, const char *, String)
382
383#define ACPI_FUNCTION_ENTRY() \
384 AcpiUtTrackStackPtr()
385
386
387/*
388 * Function exit tracing
389 *
390 * These macros include a return statement. This is usually considered
391 * bad form, but having a separate exit macro before the actual return
392 * is very ugly and difficult to maintain.
393 *
394 * One of the FUNCTION_TRACE macros above must be used in conjunction
395 * with these macros so that "_AcpiFunctionName" is defined.
396 *
397 * There are two versions of most of the return macros. The default version is
398 * safer, since it avoids side-effects by guaranteeing that the argument will
399 * not be evaluated twice.
400 *
401 * A less-safe version of the macros is provided for optional use if the
402 * compiler uses excessive CPU stack (for example, this may happen in the
403 * debug case if code optimization is disabled.)
404 */
405
406/* Exit trace helper macro */
407
408#ifndef ACPI_SIMPLE_RETURN_MACROS
409
410#define ACPI_TRACE_EXIT(Function, Type, Param) \
411 ACPI_DO_WHILE0 ({ \
412 register Type _Param = (Type) (Param); \
413 Function (ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS, _Param); \
414 return (_Param); \
415 })
416
417#else /* Use original less-safe macros */
418
419#define ACPI_TRACE_EXIT(Function, Type, Param) \
420 ACPI_DO_WHILE0 ({ \
421 Function (ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS, (Type) (Param)); \
422 return (Param); \
423 })
424
425#endif /* ACPI_SIMPLE_RETURN_MACROS */
426
427/* The actual exit macros */
428
429#define return_VOID \
430 ACPI_DO_WHILE0 ({ \
431 AcpiUtExit (ACPI_DEBUG_PARAMETERS); \
432 return; \
433 })
434
435#define return_ACPI_STATUS(Status) \
436 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtStatusExit, ACPI_STATUS, Status)
437
438#define return_PTR(Pointer) \
439 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtPtrExit, void *, Pointer)
440
441#define return_STR(String) \
442 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtStrExit, const char *, String)
443
444#define return_VALUE(Value) \
445 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtValueExit, UINT64, Value)
446
447#define return_UINT32(Value) \
448 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtValueExit, UINT32, Value)
449
450#define return_UINT8(Value) \
451 ACPI_TRACE_EXIT (AcpiUtValueExit, UINT8, Value)
452
453/* Conditional execution */
454
455#define ACPI_DEBUG_EXEC(a) a
456#define ACPI_DEBUG_ONLY_MEMBERS(a) a
457#define _VERBOSE_STRUCTURES
458
459
460/* Various object display routines for debug */
461
462#define ACPI_DUMP_STACK_ENTRY(a) AcpiExDumpOperand((a), 0)
463#define ACPI_DUMP_OPERANDS(a, b ,c) AcpiExDumpOperands(a, b, c)
464#define ACPI_DUMP_ENTRY(a, b) AcpiNsDumpEntry (a, b)
465#define ACPI_DUMP_PATHNAME(a, b, c, d) AcpiNsDumpPathname(a, b, c, d)
466#define ACPI_DUMP_BUFFER(a, b) AcpiUtDebugDumpBuffer((UINT8 *) a, b, DB_BYTE_DISPLAY, _COMPONENT)
467
468#define ACPI_TRACE_POINT(a, b, c, d) AcpiTracePoint (a, b, c, d)
469
470#else /* ACPI_DEBUG_OUTPUT */
471/*
472 * This is the non-debug case -- make everything go away,
473 * leaving no executable debug code!
474 */
475#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT(pl)
476#define ACPI_DEBUG_PRINT_RAW(pl)
477#define ACPI_DEBUG_EXEC(a)
478#define ACPI_DEBUG_ONLY_MEMBERS(a)
479#define ACPI_FUNCTION_NAME(a)
480#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE(a)
481#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_PTR(a, b)
482#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_U32(a, b)
483#define ACPI_FUNCTION_TRACE_STR(a, b)
484#define ACPI_FUNCTION_ENTRY()
485#define ACPI_DUMP_STACK_ENTRY(a)
486#define ACPI_DUMP_OPERANDS(a, b, c)
487#define ACPI_DUMP_ENTRY(a, b)
488#define ACPI_DUMP_PATHNAME(a, b, c, d)
489#define ACPI_DUMP_BUFFER(a, b)
490#define ACPI_IS_DEBUG_ENABLED(Level, Component) 0
491#define ACPI_TRACE_POINT(a, b, c, d)
492
493/* Return macros must have a return statement at the minimum */
494
495#define return_VOID return
496#define return_ACPI_STATUS(s) return(s)
497#define return_PTR(s) return(s)
498#define return_STR(s) return(s)
499#define return_VALUE(s) return(s)
500#define return_UINT8(s) return(s)
501#define return_UINT32(s) return(s)
502
503#endif /* ACPI_DEBUG_OUTPUT */
504
505
506#endif /* __ACOUTPUT_H__ */