Common header

#ifndef ch_libchirp_common_h
#define ch_libchirp_common_h

Project includes

#include "libchirp/const.h"
#include "libchirp/error.h"

Library export

#ifdef CH_BUILD
#if defined __GNUC__ || __clang__
#define CH_EXPORT __attribute__((visibility("default")))
#endif
#else // CH_BUILD
#define CH_EXPORT
#endif

System includes

#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <uv.h>

Typedefs

typedef char ch_buf; /* Used to show it is not a c-string but a buffer. */
ch_text_address_t

Type to be used with ch_msg_get_address(). Used for the textual representation of the IP-address.

typedef struct ch_text_address_s {
    char data[INET6_ADDRSTRLEN];
} ch_text_address_t;
ch_identity_t

Struct containing the chirp identity.

unsigned uint8_t[16] data

The chirp identity is uint8_t array of length 16.

typedef struct ch_identity_s {
    uint8_t data[CH_ID_SIZE];
} ch_identity_t;

Forward declarations

struct ch_chirp_s;
typedef struct ch_chirp_s ch_chirp_t;
struct ch_config_s;
typedef struct ch_config_s ch_config_t;
struct ch_message_s;
typedef struct ch_message_s ch_message_t;

Logging

CH_WRITE_LOG

Logs the given message including arbitrary arguments to a custom callback in debug-/development-mode.

The logging macro CH_WRITE_LOG(chirp, message, ...) behaves like printf and allows to log to a custom callback. Usually used to log into pythons logging facility.

The logging macro CH_WRITE_LOGC(chirp, message, clear, ...) behaves like CH_WRITE_LOG except you can add part that isn’t highlighted.

Parameters:
  • chirp – Pointer to a chirp object.
  • message – The highlighted message to report.
  • clear – The clear message (not highlighted to report.
  • ... – Variadic arguments for xprintf
#define CH_WRITE_LOGC(chirp, message, clear, ...)                              \
    ch_write_log(chirp, __FILE__, __LINE__, message, clear, 0, __VA_ARGS__);
#define CH_WRITE_LOG(chirp, message, ...)                                      \
    CH_WRITE_LOGC(chirp, message, "", __VA_ARGS__)

#define CH_NO_ARG 1
CH_EXPORT void ch_write_log(ch_chirp_t* chirp, char*  file, int  line, char*  message, char*  clear, int  error, ...)

Write log message, either to logging callback (if defined) or to stderr.

Parameters:
  • file (char*) – file to log
  • line (int) – line to log
  • message (char*) – message to log
  • clear (char*) – clear message to log
  • error (int) – message is an error
  • ... – variable args passed to vsnprintf

#endif // ch_libchirp_common_h