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#define STRINGIFY_HELPER(X) #X
#define STRINGIFY(X) STRINGIFY_HELPER(X)

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/* Identify known platforms by name.  */
#if defined(__linux) || defined(__linux__) || defined(linux)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Linux"
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#elif defined(__CYGWIN__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Cygwin"
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#elif defined(__MINGW32__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "MinGW"
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#elif defined(__APPLE__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Darwin"
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#elif defined(_WIN32) || defined(__WIN32__) || defined(WIN32)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Windows"
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#elif defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "FreeBSD"
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#elif defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "NetBSD"
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#elif defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__OPENBSD)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "OpenBSD"
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#elif defined(__sun) || defined(sun)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "SunOS"
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#elif defined(_AIX) || defined(__AIX) || defined(__AIX__) || defined(__aix) || defined(__aix__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "AIX"
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#elif defined(__sgi) || defined(__sgi__) || defined(_SGI)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "IRIX"
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#elif defined(__hpux) || defined(__hpux__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "HP-UX"
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#elif defined(__HAIKU__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Haiku"

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#elif defined(__BeOS) || defined(__BEOS__) || defined(_BEOS)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "BeOS"
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#elif defined(__QNX__) || defined(__QNXNTO__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "QNX"
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#elif defined(__tru64) || defined(_tru64) || defined(__TRU64__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Tru64"
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#elif defined(__riscos) || defined(__riscos__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "RISCos"
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#elif defined(__sinix) || defined(__sinix__) || defined(__SINIX__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "SINIX"
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#elif defined(__UNIX_SV__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "UNIX_SV"
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#elif defined(__bsdos__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "BSDOS"
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#elif defined(_MPRAS) || defined(MPRAS)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "MP-RAS"
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#elif defined(__osf) || defined(__osf__)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "OSF1"
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#elif defined(_SCO_SV) || defined(SCO_SV) || defined(sco_sv)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "SCO_SV"
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#elif defined(__ultrix) || defined(__ultrix__) || defined(_ULTRIX)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "ULTRIX"
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#elif defined(__XENIX__) || defined(_XENIX) || defined(XENIX)
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# define PLATFORM_ID "Xenix"
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#elif defined(__WATCOMC__)
# if defined(__LINUX__)
#  define PLATFORM_ID "Linux"

# elif defined(__DOS__)
#  define PLATFORM_ID "DOS"

# elif defined(__OS2__)
#  define PLATFORM_ID "OS2"

# elif defined(__WINDOWS__)
#  define PLATFORM_ID "Windows3x"

# else /* unknown platform */
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#  define PLATFORM_ID
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# endif

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#else /* unknown platform */
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# define PLATFORM_ID
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#endif
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/* For windows compilers MSVC and Intel we can determine
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   the architecture of the compiler being used.  This is because
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   the compilers do not have flags that can change the architecture,
   but rather depend on which compiler is being used
*/
#if defined(_WIN32) && defined(_MSC_VER)
# if defined(_M_IA64)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "IA64"

# elif defined(_M_X64) || defined(_M_AMD64)
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#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "x64"
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# elif defined(_M_IX86)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "X86"

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# elif defined(_M_ARM)
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#  if _M_ARM == 4
#   define ARCHITECTURE_ID "ARMV4I"
#  elif _M_ARM == 5
#   define ARCHITECTURE_ID "ARMV5I"
#  else
#   define ARCHITECTURE_ID "ARMV" STRINGIFY(_M_ARM)
#  endif
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# elif defined(_M_MIPS)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "MIPS"

# elif defined(_M_SH)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "SHx"

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# else /* unknown architecture */
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#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID ""
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# endif

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#elif defined(__WATCOMC__)
# if defined(_M_I86)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "I86"

# elif defined(_M_IX86)
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID "X86"

# else /* unknown architecture */
#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID ""
# endif

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#else
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#  define ARCHITECTURE_ID
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#endif

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/* Convert integer to decimal digit literals.  */
#define DEC(n)                   \
  ('0' + (((n) / 10000000)%10)), \
  ('0' + (((n) / 1000000)%10)),  \
  ('0' + (((n) / 100000)%10)),   \
  ('0' + (((n) / 10000)%10)),    \
  ('0' + (((n) / 1000)%10)),     \
  ('0' + (((n) / 100)%10)),      \
  ('0' + (((n) / 10)%10)),       \
  ('0' +  ((n) % 10))

/* Convert integer to hex digit literals.  */
#define HEX(n)             \
  ('0' + ((n)>>28 & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>24 & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>20 & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>16 & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>12 & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>8  & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)>>4  & 0xF)), \
  ('0' + ((n)     & 0xF))

/* Construct a string literal encoding the version number components. */
#ifdef COMPILER_VERSION_MAJOR
char const info_version[] = {
  'I', 'N', 'F', 'O', ':',
  'c','o','m','p','i','l','e','r','_','v','e','r','s','i','o','n','[',
  COMPILER_VERSION_MAJOR,
# ifdef COMPILER_VERSION_MINOR
  '.', COMPILER_VERSION_MINOR,
#  ifdef COMPILER_VERSION_PATCH
   '.', COMPILER_VERSION_PATCH,
#   ifdef COMPILER_VERSION_TWEAK
    '.', COMPILER_VERSION_TWEAK,
#   endif
#  endif
# endif
  ']','\0'};
#endif

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/* Construct a string literal encoding the version number components. */
#ifdef SIMULATE_VERSION_MAJOR
char const info_simulate_version[] = {
  'I', 'N', 'F', 'O', ':',
  's','i','m','u','l','a','t','e','_','v','e','r','s','i','o','n','[',
  SIMULATE_VERSION_MAJOR,
# ifdef SIMULATE_VERSION_MINOR
  '.', SIMULATE_VERSION_MINOR,
#  ifdef SIMULATE_VERSION_PATCH
   '.', SIMULATE_VERSION_PATCH,
#   ifdef SIMULATE_VERSION_TWEAK
    '.', SIMULATE_VERSION_TWEAK,
#   endif
#  endif
# endif
  ']','\0'};
#endif

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/* Construct the string literal in pieces to prevent the source from
   getting matched.  Store it in a pointer rather than an array
   because some compilers will just produce instructions to fill the
   array rather than assigning a pointer to a static array.  */
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char const* info_platform = "INFO" ":" "platform[" PLATFORM_ID "]";
char const* info_arch = "INFO" ":" "arch[" ARCHITECTURE_ID "]";
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