Source:NetHack 3.4.3/util/lev comp.l

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Below is the full text to util/lev_comp.l from NetHack 3.4.3.

%{
/*	SCCS Id: @(#)lev_lex.c	3.4	2002/03/27	*/
/*	Copyright (c) 1989 by Jean-Christophe Collet */
/* NetHack may be freely redistributed.  See license for details. */

#define LEV_LEX_C

#include "hack.h"
#include "lev_comp.h"
#include "sp_lev.h"

/* Most of these don't exist in flex, yywrap is macro and
 * yyunput is properly declared in flex.skel.
 */
#if !defined(FLEX_SCANNER) && !defined(FLEXHACK_SCANNER)
int FDECL(yyback, (int *,int));
int NDECL(yylook);
int NDECL(yyinput);
int NDECL(yywrap);
int NDECL(yylex);
	/* Traditional lexes let yyunput() and yyoutput() default to int;
	 * newer ones may declare them as void since they don't return
	 * values.  For even more fun, the lex supplied as part of the
	 * newer unbundled compiler for SunOS 4.x adds the void declarations
	 * (under __STDC__ or _cplusplus ifdefs -- otherwise they remain
	 * int) while the bundled lex and the one with the older unbundled
	 * compiler do not.  To detect this, we need help from outside --
	 * sys/unix/Makefile.utl.
	 *
	 * Digital UNIX is difficult and still has int in spite of all
	 * other signs.
	 */
# if defined(NeXT) || defined(SVR4) || defined(_AIX32)
#  define VOIDYYPUT
# endif
# if !defined(VOIDYYPUT) && defined(POSIX_TYPES)
#  if !defined(BOS) && !defined(HISX) && !defined(_M_UNIX) && !defined(VMS)
#   define VOIDYYPUT
#  endif
# endif
# if !defined(VOIDYYPUT) && defined(WEIRD_LEX)
#  if defined(SUNOS4) && defined(__STDC__) && (WEIRD_LEX > 1)
#   define VOIDYYPUT
#  endif
# endif
# if defined(VOIDYYPUT) && defined(__osf__)
#  undef VOIDYYPUT
# endif
# ifdef VOIDYYPUT
void FDECL(yyunput, (int));
void FDECL(yyoutput, (int));
# else
int FDECL(yyunput, (int));
int FDECL(yyoutput, (int));
# endif
#endif	/* !FLEX_SCANNER && !FLEXHACK_SCANNER */

#ifdef FLEX_SCANNER
#define YY_MALLOC_DECL \
	      genericptr_t FDECL(malloc, (size_t)); \
	      genericptr_t FDECL(realloc, (genericptr_t,size_t));
#endif

void FDECL(init_yyin, (FILE *));
void FDECL(init_yyout, (FILE *));

/*
 * This doesn't always get put in lev_comp.h
 * (esp. when using older versions of bison).
 */
extern YYSTYPE yylval;

int line_number = 1, colon_line_number = 1;
static char map[4096];
static int map_cnt = 0;

%}
%e 1500
%p 5000
%n 700
%s MAPC
%%
<MAPC>ENDMAP	{
		  BEGIN(INITIAL);
		  yylval.map = (char *) alloc(map_cnt + 1);
		  (void) strncpy(yylval.map, map, map_cnt);
		  yylval.map[map_cnt] = 0;
		  map_cnt = 0;
		  return MAP_ID;
		}
<MAPC>[-|}{+ABCISHKPLWTF\\#. 0123456789]*\r?\n	{
		  int len = yyleng;
		  /* convert \r\n to \n */
		  if (len >= 2 && yytext[len - 2] == '\r') len -= 1;
		  line_number++;
		  (void) strncpy(map + map_cnt, yytext, len);
		  map_cnt += len;
		  map[map_cnt - 1] = '\n';
		  map[map_cnt] = '\0';
		}
^#.*\n		{ line_number++; }
:		{ colon_line_number = line_number; return ':'; }
MESSAGE		return MESSAGE_ID;
MAZE		return MAZE_ID;
NOMAP		return NOMAP_ID;
LEVEL		return LEVEL_ID;
INIT_MAP	return LEV_INIT_ID;
FLAGS		return FLAGS_ID;
GEOMETRY	return GEOMETRY_ID;
^MAP\r?\n		{ BEGIN(MAPC); line_number++; }
OBJECT		return OBJECT_ID;
CONTAINER	return COBJECT_ID;
MONSTER		return MONSTER_ID;
TRAP		return TRAP_ID;
DOOR		return DOOR_ID;
DRAWBRIDGE	return DRAWBRIDGE_ID;
MAZEWALK	return MAZEWALK_ID;
WALLIFY		return WALLIFY_ID;
REGION		return REGION_ID;
RANDOM_OBJECTS	return RANDOM_OBJECTS_ID;
RANDOM_MONSTERS	return RANDOM_MONSTERS_ID;
RANDOM_PLACES	return RANDOM_PLACES_ID;
ALTAR		return ALTAR_ID;
LADDER		return LADDER_ID;
STAIR		return STAIR_ID;
PORTAL		return PORTAL_ID;
TELEPORT_REGION	return TELEPRT_ID;
BRANCH		return BRANCH_ID;
FOUNTAIN	return FOUNTAIN_ID;
SINK		return SINK_ID;
POOL		return POOL_ID;
NON_DIGGABLE	return NON_DIGGABLE_ID;
NON_PASSWALL	return NON_PASSWALL_ID;
ROOM		return ROOM_ID;
SUBROOM		return SUBROOM_ID;
RANDOM_CORRIDORS	return RAND_CORRIDOR_ID;
CORRIDOR	return CORRIDOR_ID;
GOLD		return GOLD_ID;
ENGRAVING	return ENGRAVING_ID;
NAME		return NAME_ID;
CHANCE		return CHANCE_ID;
levregion	return LEV;
open		{ yylval.i=D_ISOPEN; return DOOR_STATE; }
closed		{ yylval.i=D_CLOSED; return DOOR_STATE; }
locked		{ yylval.i=D_LOCKED; return DOOR_STATE; }
nodoor		{ yylval.i=D_NODOOR; return DOOR_STATE; }
broken		{ yylval.i=D_BROKEN; return DOOR_STATE; }
north		{ yylval.i=W_NORTH; return DIRECTION; }
east		{ yylval.i=W_EAST; return DIRECTION; }
south		{ yylval.i=W_SOUTH; return DIRECTION; }
west		{ yylval.i=W_WEST; return DIRECTION; }
random		{ yylval.i = -1; return RANDOM_TYPE; }
none		{ yylval.i = -2; return NONE; }
object		return O_REGISTER;
monster		return M_REGISTER;
place		return P_REGISTER;
align		return A_REGISTER;
left		{ yylval.i=1; return LEFT_OR_RIGHT; }
half-left	{ yylval.i=2; return LEFT_OR_RIGHT; }
center		{ yylval.i=3; return CENTER; }
half-right	{ yylval.i=4; return LEFT_OR_RIGHT; }
right		{ yylval.i=5; return LEFT_OR_RIGHT; }
top		{ yylval.i=1; return TOP_OR_BOT; }
bottom		{ yylval.i=5; return TOP_OR_BOT; }
lit		{ yylval.i=1; return LIGHT_STATE; }
unlit		{ yylval.i=0; return LIGHT_STATE; }
filled		{ yylval.i=0; return FILLING; }
unfilled	{ yylval.i=1; return FILLING; }
noalign		{ yylval.i= AM_NONE; return ALIGNMENT; }
law		{ yylval.i= AM_LAWFUL; return ALIGNMENT; }
neutral		{ yylval.i= AM_NEUTRAL; return ALIGNMENT; }
chaos		{ yylval.i= AM_CHAOTIC; return ALIGNMENT; }
coaligned	{ yylval.i= AM_SPLEV_CO; return ALIGNMENT; }
noncoaligned	{ yylval.i= AM_SPLEV_NONCO; return ALIGNMENT; }
peaceful	{ yylval.i=1; return MON_ATTITUDE; }
hostile		{ yylval.i=0; return MON_ATTITUDE; }
asleep		{ yylval.i=1; return MON_ALERTNESS; }
awake		{ yylval.i=0; return MON_ALERTNESS; }
m_feature	{ yylval.i= M_AP_FURNITURE; return MON_APPEARANCE; }
m_monster	{ yylval.i= M_AP_MONSTER;   return MON_APPEARANCE; }
m_object	{ yylval.i= M_AP_OBJECT;    return MON_APPEARANCE; }
sanctum		{ yylval.i=2; return ALTAR_TYPE; }
shrine		{ yylval.i=1; return ALTAR_TYPE; }
altar		{ yylval.i=0; return ALTAR_TYPE; }
up		{ yylval.i=1; return UP_OR_DOWN; }
down		{ yylval.i=0; return UP_OR_DOWN; }
false		{ yylval.i=0; return BOOLEAN; }
true		{ yylval.i=1; return BOOLEAN; }
dust		{ yylval.i=DUST; return ENGRAVING_TYPE; }
engrave		{ yylval.i=ENGRAVE; return ENGRAVING_TYPE; }
burn		{ yylval.i=BURN; return ENGRAVING_TYPE; }
mark		{ yylval.i=MARK; return ENGRAVING_TYPE; }
blessed		{ yylval.i=1; return CURSE_TYPE; }
uncursed	{ yylval.i=2; return CURSE_TYPE; }
cursed		{ yylval.i=3; return CURSE_TYPE; }
contained	{ return CONTAINED; }
noteleport	{ yylval.i=NOTELEPORT; return FLAG_TYPE; }
hardfloor	{ yylval.i=HARDFLOOR; return FLAG_TYPE; }
nommap		{ yylval.i=NOMMAP; return FLAG_TYPE; }
arboreal	{ yylval.i=ARBOREAL; return FLAG_TYPE; }	/* KMH */
shortsighted	{ yylval.i=SHORTSIGHTED; return FLAG_TYPE; }
\[\ *[0-9]+\%\ *\] { yylval.i = atoi(yytext + 1); return PERCENT; }
[+\-]?[0-9]+	{ yylval.i=atoi(yytext); return INTEGER; }
\"[^"]*\"	{ yytext[yyleng-1] = 0; /* Discard the trailing \" */
		  yylval.map = (char *) alloc(strlen(yytext+1)+1);
		  Strcpy(yylval.map, yytext+1); /* Discard the first \" */
		  return STRING; }
\r?\n		{ line_number++; }
[ \t]+		;
'\\.'		{ yylval.i = yytext[2]; return CHAR; }
'.'		{ yylval.i = yytext[1]; return CHAR; }
.		{ return yytext[0]; }
%%
#ifdef	AMIGA
long *alloc(n)
	unsigned n;
{
	return ((long *)malloc (n));
}
#endif

/* routine to switch to another input file; needed for flex */
void init_yyin( input_f )
FILE *input_f;
{
#if defined(FLEX_SCANNER) || defined(FLEXHACK_SCANNER)
	if (yyin)
	    yyrestart(input_f);
	else
#endif
	    yyin = input_f;
}
/* analogous routine (for completeness) */
void init_yyout( output_f )
FILE *output_f;
{
	yyout = output_f;
}

/*lev_comp.l*/


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