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/* SCHEME->C */

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/* This file defines compilation options for a specific implementation */

#define CHECKSTACK      0     /* 0 = don't check stack height */
                        /* 1 = check stack height */

#define TIMESLICE 0     /* 0 = don't time slice execution */
                        /* 1 = time slice execution */

#define COMPACTPUSHTRACE 0    /* 0 = inline procedure entry checks.
                           1 = emit procedure call for procedure
                               entry checks.
                        */

#define COMPACTPOPTRACE 1     /* 0 = inline procedure exit cleanup.
                           1 = emit procedure call for procedure exit
                               cleanup.
                        */

#define S2CSIGNALS      1     /* 0 = Scheme->C doesn't handle signals */
                        /* 1 = Scheme->C does handle signals */

#define     MATHTRAPS   1     /* 0 = don't detect fixed point overflow */
                        /* 1 = recover on fixed point overflow */

/* Define only one of the supported processor types:

      AOSF        Alpha AXP OSF/1
      HP700       HP 9000/700
      MAC         Macintosh system 7.1 with Think-C 5.0
      MC680X0           HP 9000/300, Sun 3, Next
      MIPS        DECstation, SGI, Sony News
      VAX         Vax ULTRIX
      WIN16       Microsoft Windows 3.1
*/

#define MIPS 1

/* Attributes of the selected architecture:

   The following four macros define specific aspects of the system.  They
   are defined as strings, or specifically undefined:

      IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE  machine type
      IMPLEMENTATION_CPU      cpu type
      IMPLEMENTATION_OS operating system
      IMPLEMENTATION_FS file system

   Big endian vs. little endian:

      BIGENDIAN         defined to 1 to denote bigendian systems

   Alignment:

      DOUBLE_ALIGN            defined to 1 to force doubles to be aligned on
                        an even S2CINT boundary

   Macro expansion:

      NEED_MACRO_ARGS         defined to 1 to declare a macro like X() as
                        X(dummy)

   The types S2CINT and S2CUINT are defined to be signed and unsigned integers
   that are the same size as pointers.  This is the basic "word" used by
   Scheme->C.

   The machine state when a continuation is created is captured in the
   sc_jmp_buf data structure.

   STACKPTR( x ) is a define that stores the address of the stack pointer
   in x.

   Unix flavors:

      POSIX             POSIX.1 compliant
      SYSV              System V or derivative
      SYSV4             System V release 4 (also define SYSV, POSIX)
*/

/**************/
/*    MIPS    */
/**************/

#ifdef MIPS
#define IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE      "DECstation"
#define IMPLEMENTATION_CPU    "Rx000"
#define IMPLEMENTATION_OS     "ULTRIX"
#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_FS

#define DOUBLE_ALIGN 1

typedef int S2CINT;                 /* Signed pointer size integer */
typedef unsigned S2CUINT;           /* Unsigned pointer size interger */

typedef int PAGELINK;               /* 32-bit sc_pagelink values */
#define MAXS2CINT  0x7fffffff       /* Maximum value of an S2CINT */
#define MSBS2CUINT 0x80000000       /* S2CUINT with 1 in the MSB */

#ifndef MIPSEL
#define BIGMIPS 1
#define BIGENDIAN 1
#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE
#define IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE      "Big Endian MIPS"
#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_OS

/* Not sure what the correct conditionalization is here -- NEWS-OS
   5.xx defines both "sony" and "sonyrisc", but apparently NEWS-OS
   4.xx defines "sony_mips", because the previous version of Scheme->C
   was conditionalized on "sony_mips" which is *not* defined by
   NEWS-OS 5.xx.  If there's an intersection between the symbols
   defined by 4.xx and 5.xx then a member of that intersection should
   be used for the conditionalization; otherwise test for both.
*/
#ifdef sonyrisc

#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE
#define IMPLEMENTATION_MACHINE      "Sony MIPS"
#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_CPU
#define IMPLEMENTATION_CPU    "R3000"
#undef  IMPLEMENTATION_OS
#define IMPLEMENTATION_OS     "NEWS-OS"

#ifdef SYSTYPE_SYSV

#define SYSV4 1
#define SYSV 1
#define POSIX 1

/* This can be implemented but requires generalizing the signal
   handler to know about SYSV4 siginfo structure.
*/

#undef  MATHTRAPS
#define MATHTRAPS 0

#define NEED_MACRO_ARGS 1

#define COPY_STACK_BEFORE_LONGJMP 1

#endif
#endif
#endif

#include <setjmp.h>
typedef jmp_buf sc_jmp_buf;

#define STACKPTR( x ) x = sc_processor_register( 29 )
#endif


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