Commit 1b11dbb1 authored by cznic's avatar cznic
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Regenerate Linux/386 using lates CCGO.

	modified:   internal/bin/bin_linux_386.go
	modified:   internal/mptest/mptest_linux_386.go
	modified:   internal/threadtest1/threadtest1_linux_386.go
	modified:   internal/threadtest2/threadtest2_linux_386.go
	modified:   internal/threadtest3/threadtest3_linux_386.go
	modified:   internal/threadtest4/threadtest4_linux_386.go
parent 43512da1
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// Code generated by ccgo. DO NOT EDIT.
// threadtest2.c
// 2004 January 13
//
// The author disclaims copyright to this source code. In place of
// a legal notice, here is a blessing:
//
// May you do good and not evil.
// May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
// May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
//
// *************************************************************************
// This file implements a simple standalone program used to test whether
// or not the SQLite library is threadsafe.
//
// This file is NOT part of the standard SQLite library. It is used for
// testing only.
// threadtest2
// /*
// ** 2004 January 13
// **
// ** The author disclaims copyright to this source code. In place of
// ** a legal notice, here is a blessing:
// **
// ** May you do good and not evil.
// ** May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
// ** May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
// **
// *************************************************************************
// ** This file implements a simple standalone program used to test whether
// ** or not the SQLite library is threadsafe.
// **
// ** This file is NOT part of the standard SQLite library. It is used for
// ** testing only.
// */
package main
import (
......@@ -55,84 +55,90 @@ var X__stdfiles [3]unsafe.Pointer
var Xstdout unsafe.Pointer
func init() {
Xstdout = (unsafe.Pointer)(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&X__stdfiles)) + 4)
Xstdout = unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&X__stdfiles)) + 4)
}
var Xstderr unsafe.Pointer
func init() {
Xstderr = (unsafe.Pointer)(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&X__stdfiles)) + 8)
Xstderr = unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&X__stdfiles)) + 8)
}
// Initialize the database and start the threads
// C comment
// /*
// ** Initialize the database and start the threads
// */
func Xmain(tls *crt.TLS, _argc int32, _argv **int8) (r0 int32) {
var _i, _rc int32
var _1_zJournal *int8
var _db unsafe.Pointer
var _aThread [5]uint32
r0 = i32(0)
r0 = int32(0)
if crt.Xstrcmp(tls, str(0), str(8)) != 0 {
_1_zJournal = bin.Xsqlite3_mprintf(tls, str(17), unsafe.Pointer(str(0)))
crt.Xunlink(tls, str(0))
crt.Xunlink(tls, _1_zJournal)
bin.Xsqlite3_free(tls, (unsafe.Pointer)(_1_zJournal))
bin.Xsqlite3_free(tls, unsafe.Pointer(_1_zJournal))
}
bin.Xsqlite3_open(tls, str(0), (**bin.Xsqlite3)(unsafe.Pointer(&_db)))
if _db == nil {
crt.Xfprintf(tls, (*crt.XFILE)(Xstderr), str(28))
crt.Xexit(tls, i32(1))
crt.Xexit(tls, int32(1))
}
_rc = bin.Xsqlite3_exec(tls, (*bin.Xsqlite3)(_db), str(59), nil, nil, nil)
if _rc != 0 {
crt.Xfprintf(tls, (*crt.XFILE)(Xstderr), str(79), _rc)
crt.Xexit(tls, i32(1))
crt.Xexit(tls, int32(1))
}
bin.Xsqlite3_close(tls, (*bin.Xsqlite3)(_db))
_i = i32(0)
_i = int32(0)
_3:
if uint32(_i) >= u32(5) {
if uint32(_i) >= uint32(5) {
goto _6
}
crt.Xpthread_create(tls, (*uint32)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr((unsafe.Pointer)(&_aThread))+4*uintptr(_i))), nil, Xworker, (unsafe.Pointer)(uintptr(_i)))
crt.Xpthread_create(tls, elem0((*uint32)(unsafe.Pointer(&_aThread)), uintptr(_i)), nil, Xworker, crt.U2P(uintptr(_i)))
_i += 1
goto _3
_6:
_i = i32(0)
_i = int32(0)
_7:
if uint32(_i) >= u32(5) {
if uint32(_i) >= uint32(5) {
goto _10
}
crt.Xpthread_join(tls, *(*uint32)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr((unsafe.Pointer)(&_aThread)) + 4*uintptr(_i))), nil)
crt.Xpthread_join(tls, *elem0((*uint32)(unsafe.Pointer(&_aThread)), uintptr(_i)), nil)
_i += 1
goto _7
_10:
if Xall_stop == 0 {
crt.Xprintf(tls, str(107))
return i32(0)
return int32(0)
}
crt.Xprintf(tls, str(129))
return i32(1)
return int32(1)
_ = _aThread
panic(0)
}
// This is the worker thread
// C comment
// /*
// ** This is the worker thread
// */
func Xworker(tls *crt.TLS, _workerArg unsafe.Pointer) (r0 unsafe.Pointer) {
var _id, _rc, _cnt int32
var _db unsafe.Pointer
_id = int32(uintptr(_workerArg))
_cnt = i32(0)
_id = int32(crt.P2U(_workerArg))
_cnt = int32(0)
crt.Xfprintf(tls, (*crt.XFILE)(Xstderr), str(147), _id)
_0:
if Xall_stop != 0 || postInc0(&_cnt, int32(1)) >= i32(10000) {
if Xall_stop != 0 || postInc1(&_cnt, 1) >= int32(10000) {
goto _1
}
if (_cnt % i32(100)) == i32(0) {
if (_cnt % int32(100)) == int32(0) {
crt.Xprintf(tls, str(167), _id, _cnt)
}
_3:
if bin.Xsqlite3_open(tls, str(0), (**bin.Xsqlite3)(unsafe.Pointer(&_db))) != i32(0) {
if bin.Xsqlite3_open(tls, str(0), (**bin.Xsqlite3)(unsafe.Pointer(&_db))) != int32(0) {
crt.Xsched_yield(tls)
goto _3
}
......@@ -152,6 +158,11 @@ _1:
panic(0)
}
// C comment
// /*
// ** When this variable becomes non-zero, all threads stop
// ** what they are doing.
// */
var Xall_stop int32
func bool2int(b bool) int32 {
......@@ -161,20 +172,15 @@ func bool2int(b bool) int32 {
return 0
}
func bug20530(interface{}) {} //TODO remove when https://github.com/golang/go/issues/20530 is fixed.
func i16(n int16) int16 { return n }
func i32(n int32) int32 { return n }
func i64(n int64) int64 { return n }
func i8(n int8) int8 { return n }
func init() { nzf32 *= -1; nzf64 *= -1 }
func u16(n uint16) uint16 { return n }
func u32(n uint32) uint32 { return n }
func u64(n uint64) uint64 { return n }
func u8(n byte) byte { return n }
var inf = math.Inf(1)
var nzf32 float32 // -0.0
var nzf64 float64 // -0.0
func postInc0(p *int32, d int32) int32 { v := *p; *p += d; return v }
var nzf32 float32 // -0.0
var nzf64 float64 // -0.0
func elem0(a *uint32, index uintptr) *uint32 {
return (*uint32)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(a)) + 4*index))
}
func postInc1(p *int32, d int32) int32 { v := *p; *p += d; return v }
func str(n int) *int8 { return (*int8)(unsafe.Pointer(&strTab[n])) }
func wstr(n int) *int32 { return (*int32)(unsafe.Pointer(&strTab[n])) }
......
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