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Moved print_usage and parse_int_arg below main.

masstesting
Jacob 6 years ago
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csim.c

@ -6,62 +6,26 @@ @@ -6,62 +6,26 @@
#define mprintf(...) if (VERBOSE) printf(__VA_ARGS__)
void print_usage();
size_t parse_int_arg(char *arg, char opt);
/**
If VERBOSE is non-zero, mprintf will not print. Otherwise, it will.
Set in main().
*/
int8_t VERBOSE = 0;
/* As defined in conference. */
/* USURE. As defined in conference. */
struct line_s {
int8_t validity;
int tag;
};
typedef struct line_s line;
void print_usage()
{
printf("Usage: ./csim [-hv] -s <number> -E <number> -b <number> -t <file>\n"
"Options:\n"
" -h Print this help.\n"
" -v Display trace info.\n"
" -s <number> The number of set index bits. Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -E <number> Associativity (lines per set). Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -b <number> The number of block bits. Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -t <file> Name of the file to read a valgrind trace from.");
}
/* TODO: Move the exit call from parse_int_arg into the getopt cases. */
/**
Parses a string
@param arg The string to parse.
@param opt The option being parsed.
@return The parsed integer if the argument was an integer.
@note Exits if argument is invalid
*/
size_t parse_int_arg(char* arg, char opt)
{
char* end;
long i = strtol(arg, &end, 0);
if (!i || *end != '\0') {
printf("Invalid argument \"%s\" for option -%c\n", arg, opt);
printf("Usage: ./csim [-hv] -s <number> -E <number> -b <number> -t <file>\n");
exit(1);
}
else if (i < 0) {
printf("Argument %ld for option %c too small (must be greater than 0)", i, opt);
exit(1);
}
else {
return (size_t)i;
}
}
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
size_t index_bits = 0, lines = 0, block_bits = 0; // Useful variables.
size_t set_index_bits = 0, lines = 0, block_bits = 0; // Useful variables.
char *filename = NULL;
int opt = 0, argflags = 0;
while ((opt=getopt(argc, argv, "hvs:E:b:t:")) != -1) {
@ -101,3 +65,43 @@ int main(int argc, char* argv[]) @@ -101,3 +65,43 @@ int main(int argc, char* argv[])
printSummary(0, 0, 0);
return 0;
}
void print_usage()
{
printf("Usage: ./csim [-hv] -s <number> -E <number> -b <number> -t <file>\n"
"Options:\n"
" -h Print this help.\n"
" -v Display trace info.\n"
" -s <number> The number of set index bits. Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -E <number> Associativity (lines per set). Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -b <number> The number of block bits. Must be a positive integer.\n"
" -t <file> Name of the file to read a valgrind trace from.");
}
/**
Parses a string
@param arg The string to parse.
@param opt The option being parsed.
@return The parsed integer if the argument was an integer.
@note Exits if argument is invalid
*/
size_t parse_int_arg(char* arg, char opt)
{
char* end;
long i = strtol(arg, &end, 0);
if (!i || *end != '\0') {
printf("Invalid argument \"%s\" for option -%c\n", arg, opt);
printf("Usage: ./csim [-hv] -s <number> -E <number> -b <number> -t <file>\n");
exit(1);
}
else if (i < 0) {
printf("Argument %ld for option %c too small (must be greater than 0)", i, opt);
exit(1);
}
else {
return (size_t)i;
}
}