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source: source/ariba/utility/transport/tcpip/protlib/protlib_types.h @ 5284

Last change on this file since 5284 was 5284, checked in by mies, 10 years ago

+ added new transport modules and adapted ariba to them
+ exchange endpoint descriptors an link establishment
+ clean up of base communication
+ link establishment with in the presence of multiple endpoints
+ local discovery for ipv6, ipv4 and bluetooth mac addresses

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1/// ----------------------------------------*- mode: C++; -*--
2/// @file protlib_types.h
3/// This file contains various typedefs
4/// ----------------------------------------------------------
5/// $Id: protlib_types.h 3064 2008-07-02 08:05:18Z bless $
6/// $HeadURL: https://svn.ipv6.tm.uka.de/nsis/protlib/trunk/include/protlib_types.h $
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28// ===========================================================
29// ----------------------------------------*- mode: C++; -*--
30// protlib_types.h - various typedefs
31// ----------------------------------------------------------
32// $Id: protlib_types.h 3064 2008-07-02 08:05:18Z bless $
33// $HeadURL: https://svn.ipv6.tm.uka.de/nsis/protlib/trunk/include/protlib_types.h $
34// ==========================================================
35//                     
36// (C)opyright, all rights reserved by
37// - Institute of Telematics, University of Karlsruhe (TH)
38// ==========================================================
39
40/**
41 * @ingroup types
42 *
43 */
44
45#ifndef PROTLIB__TYPES_H
46#define PROTLIB__TYPES_H
47
48#include <iostream>
49#include <fstream>
50#include <exception>
51
52#include <cassert>
53
54#include <netinet/in.h> // required for IPPROTO constants
55
56#include <sys/types.h>
57
58// What's this used for? If if it's not needed, please delete it.
59#define _THREADS
60
61
62namespace protlib {
63  using namespace std;
64  using namespace __gnu_cxx;
65
66/**
67 * @addtogroup types Type Definitions
68 * @{
69 */
70 
71/**
72 * The abstract base class for all exceptions thrown by protlib.
73 */
74class ProtLibException : public std::exception {
75  public:
76        virtual ~ProtLibException() throw() { }
77
78        /**
79         * Get a printable string representation of the error.
80         *
81         * @warning Note that the data this pointer refers to still belongs
82         * to the exception object. It is only valid as long as the exception
83         * object exists.
84         *
85         * @return the error message
86         */
87        virtual const char *what() const throw() { return error_msg.c_str(); }
88
89        /**
90         * Deprecated: Use what() instead.
91         */
92        virtual const char *getstr() const { return what(); }
93
94
95  protected:
96        ProtLibException() throw() { }
97        ProtLibException(std::string msg) throw() : error_msg(msg) { }
98
99        std::string error_msg;
100};
101
102inline ostream& operator<<(ostream& os, const ProtLibException &err) {
103        return os << err.what();
104}
105
106
107typedef unsigned char       uchar;
108
109typedef char                int8;
110typedef unsigned char       uint8;
111
112typedef short int           int16;
113typedef unsigned short int  uint16;
114
115// the following types depend on the platform
116// since types.h tries to figure out the correct sizes already
117// we will not replicate the stuff here. Note that on 64-bit
118// platforms usually int == 32-bit, long == 64-bit
119
120typedef int32_t             int32;
121typedef u_int32_t           uint32;
122
123typedef int64_t             int64;
124typedef u_int64_t           uint64;
125
126
127class uint128 {
128public:
129        uint32 w1;
130        uint32 w2;
131        uint32 w3;
132        uint32 w4;
133  uint128() : w1(0),w2(0),w3(0),w4(0) {};
134  uint128(uint32 w1, uint32 w2, uint32 w3, uint32 w4) : w1(w1),w2(w2),w3(w3),w4(w4) {}; 
135  bool operator==(const uint128& val) const { return w1==val.w1 && w2==val.w2 && w3==val.w3 && w4==val.w4; }
136};
137
138
139/// Network prefix length.
140typedef uint8 prefix_length_t;
141
142/// Protocol number, as it is given in an IP header.
143typedef uint8 protocol_t;
144
145/** these are pseudo protocol IDs in order to being able to perform
146 * multiplexing based on on address object alone
147 * currently used for Query encapsulation and TLS/TCP
148 * this should be changed in the future, probably by using an additional
149 * attribute in the appladdress object
150 **/
151const protocol_t prot_tls_tcp    = 254;
152const protocol_t prot_query_encap= 255;
153const protocol_t prot_tcp        = IPPROTO_TCP;
154const protocol_t prot_udp        = IPPROTO_UDP;
155const protocol_t prot_sctp       = IPPROTO_SCTP;
156
157/// Port number, as given in TCP or UDP headers.
158typedef uint16 port_t;
159
160/// A general purpose ID type.
161typedef uint64 gp_id_t;
162
163/// Catch everything, do nothing.
164#define catch_all(x) try { x; } catch(...) { }
165
166// @}
167
168} // namespace protlib
169
170#endif // PROTLIB__TYPES_H
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