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From phroc...@apache.org
Subject [49/51] [partial] nifi-minifi-cpp git commit: MINIFICPP-351: Remove Civetweb third party directory
Date Tue, 02 Jan 2018 18:30:14 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/nifi-minifi-cpp/blob/5977aa27/thirdparty/civetweb-1.10/src/third_party/duktape-1.5.2/config/duk_config.h-modular-dll
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diff --git a/thirdparty/civetweb-1.10/src/third_party/duktape-1.5.2/config/duk_config.h-modular-dll b/thirdparty/civetweb-1.10/src/third_party/duktape-1.5.2/config/duk_config.h-modular-dll
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-/*
- *  duk_config.h configuration header generated by genconfig.py.
- *
- *  Git commit: cad34ae155acb0846545ca6bf2d29f9463b22bbb
- *  Git describe: v1.5.2
- *  Git branch: HEAD
- *
- *  Supported platforms:
- *      - Mac OSX, iPhone, Darwin
- *      - OpenBSD
- *      - Generic BSD
- *      - Atari ST TOS
- *      - AmigaOS
- *      - Windows
- *      - Flashplayer (Crossbridge)
- *      - QNX
- *      - TI-Nspire
- *      - Emscripten
- *      - Linux
- *      - Solaris
- *      - Generic POSIX
- *      - Cygwin
- *      - Generic UNIX
- *      - Generic fallback
- *
- *  Supported architectures:
- *      - x86
- *      - x64
- *      - x32
- *      - ARM 32-bit
- *      - ARM 64-bit
- *      - MIPS 32-bit
- *      - MIPS 64-bit
- *      - PowerPC 32-bit
- *      - PowerPC 64-bit
- *      - SPARC 32-bit
- *      - SPARC 64-bit
- *      - SuperH
- *      - Motorola 68k
- *      - Emscripten
- *      - Generic
- *
- *  Supported compilers:
- *      - Clang
- *      - GCC
- *      - MSVC
- *      - Emscripten
- *      - TinyC
- *      - VBCC
- *      - Bruce's C compiler
- *      - Generic
- *
- */
-
-#if !defined(DUK_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED)
-#define DUK_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED
-
-/*
- *  Intermediate helper defines
- */
-
-/* DLL build detection */
-#if defined(DUK_OPT_DLL_BUILD)
-#define DUK_F_DLL_BUILD
-#elif defined(DUK_OPT_NO_DLL_BUILD)
-#undef DUK_F_DLL_BUILD
-#else
-/* configured for DLL build */
-#define DUK_F_DLL_BUILD
-#endif
-
-/* Apple OSX, iOS */
-#if defined(__APPLE__)
-#define DUK_F_APPLE
-#endif
-
-/* OpenBSD */
-#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__OpenBSD)
-#define DUK_F_OPENBSD
-#endif
-
-/* NetBSD */
-#if defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD)
-#define DUK_F_NETBSD
-#endif
-
-/* FreeBSD */
-#if defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD)
-#define DUK_F_FREEBSD
-#endif
-
-/* BSD variant */
-#if defined(DUK_F_FREEBSD) || defined(DUK_F_NETBSD) || defined(DUK_F_OPENBSD) || \
-    defined(__bsdi__) || defined(__DragonFly__)
-#define DUK_F_BSD
-#endif
-
-/* Atari ST TOS.  __TOS__ defined by PureC.  No platform define in VBCC
- * apparently, so to use with VBCC user must define __TOS__ manually.
-  */
-#if defined(__TOS__)
-#define DUK_F_TOS
-#endif
-
-/* Motorola 68K.  Not defined by VBCC, so user must define one of these
- * manually when using VBCC.
- */
-#if defined(__m68k__) || defined(M68000) || defined(__MC68K__)
-#define DUK_F_M68K
-#endif
-
-/* AmigaOS.  Neither AMIGA nor __amigaos__ is defined on VBCC, so user must
- * define 'AMIGA' manually when using VBCC.
- */
-#if defined(AMIGA) || defined(__amigaos__)
-#define DUK_F_AMIGAOS
-#endif
-
-/* PowerPC */
-#if defined(__powerpc) || defined(__powerpc__) || defined(__PPC__)
-#define DUK_F_PPC
-#if defined(__PPC64__) || defined(__LP64__) || defined(_LP64)
-#define DUK_F_PPC64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_PPC32
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Windows, both 32-bit and 64-bit */
-#if defined(_WIN32) || defined(WIN32) || defined(_WIN64) || defined(WIN64) || \
-    defined(__WIN32__) || defined(__TOS_WIN__) || defined(__WINDOWS__)
-#define DUK_F_WINDOWS
-#if defined(_WIN64) || defined(WIN64)
-#define DUK_F_WIN64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_WIN32
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Flash player (e.g. Crossbridge) */
-#if defined(__FLASHPLAYER__)
-#define DUK_F_FLASHPLAYER
-#endif
-
-/* QNX */
-#if defined(__QNX__)
-#define DUK_F_QNX
-#endif
-
-/* TI-Nspire (using Ndless) */
-#if defined(_TINSPIRE)
-#define DUK_F_TINSPIRE
-#endif
-
-/* Emscripten (provided explicitly by user), improve if possible */
-#if defined(EMSCRIPTEN)
-#define DUK_F_EMSCRIPTEN
-#endif
-
-/* BCC (Bruce's C compiler): this is a "torture target" for compilation */
-#if defined(__BCC__) || defined(__BCC_VERSION__)
-#define DUK_F_BCC
-#endif
-
-/* Linux */
-#if defined(__linux) || defined(__linux__) || defined(linux)
-#define DUK_F_LINUX
-#endif
-
-/* illumos / Solaris */
-#if defined(__sun) && defined(__SVR4)
-#define DUK_F_SUN
-#endif
-
-/* POSIX */
-#if defined(__posix)
-#define DUK_F_POSIX
-#endif
-
-/* Cygwin */
-#if defined(__CYGWIN__)
-#define DUK_F_CYGWIN
-#endif
-
-/* Generic Unix (includes Cygwin) */
-#if defined(__unix) || defined(__unix__) || defined(unix) || \
-    defined(DUK_F_LINUX) || defined(DUK_F_BSD)
-#define DUK_F_UNIX
-#endif
-
-/* stdint.h not available */
-#if defined(DUK_F_WINDOWS) && defined(_MSC_VER)
-#if (_MSC_VER < 1700)
-/* VS2012+ has stdint.h, < VS2012 does not (but it's available for download). */
-#define DUK_F_NO_STDINT_H
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_NO_STDINT_H) && (defined(DUK_F_TOS) || defined(DUK_F_BCC))
-#define DUK_F_NO_STDINT_H
-#endif
-
-/* C++ */
-#undef DUK_F_CPP
-#if defined(__cplusplus)
-#define DUK_F_CPP
-#endif
-
-/* Intel x86 (32-bit), x64 (64-bit) or x32 (64-bit but 32-bit pointers),
- * define only one of DUK_F_X86, DUK_F_X64, DUK_F_X32.
- * https://sites.google.com/site/x32abi/
- */
-#if defined(__amd64__) || defined(__amd64) || \
-    defined(__x86_64__) || defined(__x86_64) || \
-    defined(_M_X64) || defined(_M_AMD64)
-#if defined(__ILP32__) || defined(_ILP32)
-#define DUK_F_X32
-#else
-#define DUK_F_X64
-#endif
-#elif defined(i386) || defined(__i386) || defined(__i386__) || \
-      defined(__i486__) || defined(__i586__) || defined(__i686__) || \
-      defined(__IA32__) || defined(_M_IX86) || defined(__X86__) || \
-      defined(_X86_) || defined(__THW_INTEL__) || defined(__I86__)
-#if defined(__LP64__) || defined(_LP64)
-/* This should not really happen, but would indicate x64. */
-#define DUK_F_X64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_X86
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* ARM */
-#if defined(__arm__) || defined(__thumb__) || defined(_ARM) || defined(_M_ARM)
-#define DUK_F_ARM
-#if defined(__LP64__) || defined(_LP64) || defined(__arm64) || defined(__arm64__)
-#define DUK_F_ARM64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_ARM32
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* MIPS.  Related defines: __MIPSEB__, __MIPSEL__, __mips_isa_rev, __LP64__ */
-#if defined(__mips__) || defined(mips) || defined(_MIPS_ISA) || \
-    defined(_R3000) || defined(_R4000) || defined(_R5900) || \
-    defined(_MIPS_ISA_MIPS1) || defined(_MIPS_ISA_MIPS2) || \
-    defined(_MIPS_ISA_MIPS3) || defined(_MIPS_ISA_MIPS4) || \
-    defined(__mips) || defined(__MIPS__)
-#define DUK_F_MIPS
-#if defined(__LP64__) || defined(_LP64) || defined(__mips64) || \
-    defined(__mips64__) || defined(__mips_n64)
-#define DUK_F_MIPS64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_MIPS32
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* SPARC */
-#if defined(sparc) || defined(__sparc) || defined(__sparc__)
-#define DUK_F_SPARC
-#if defined(__LP64__) || defined(_LP64)
-#define DUK_F_SPARC64
-#else
-#define DUK_F_SPARC32
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* SuperH */
-#if defined(__sh__) || \
-    defined(__sh1__) || defined(__SH1__) || \
-    defined(__sh2__) || defined(__SH2__) || \
-    defined(__sh3__) || defined(__SH3__) || \
-    defined(__sh4__) || defined(__SH4__) || \
-    defined(__sh5__) || defined(__SH5__)
-#define DUK_F_SUPERH
-#endif
-
-/* Clang */
-#if defined(__clang__)
-#define DUK_F_CLANG
-#endif
-
-/* C99 or above */
-#undef DUK_F_C99
-#if defined(__STDC_VERSION__) && (__STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L)
-#define DUK_F_C99
-#endif
-
-/* C++11 or above */
-#undef DUK_F_CPP11
-#if defined(__cplusplus) && (__cplusplus >= 201103L)
-#define DUK_F_CPP11
-#endif
-
-/* GCC.  Clang also defines __GNUC__ so don't detect GCC if using Clang. */
-#if defined(__GNUC__) && !defined(__clang__) && !defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-#define DUK_F_GCC
-#if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__GNUC_MINOR__) && defined(__GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__)
-/* Convenience, e.g. gcc 4.5.1 == 40501; http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6031819/emulating-gccs-builtin-unreachable */
-#define DUK_F_GCC_VERSION  (__GNUC__ * 10000L + __GNUC_MINOR__ * 100L + __GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__)
-#else
-#error cannot figure out gcc version
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* MinGW.  Also GCC flags (DUK_F_GCC) are enabled now. */
-#if defined(__MINGW32__) || defined(__MINGW64__)
-#define DUK_F_MINGW
-#endif
-
-/* MSVC */
-#if defined(_MSC_VER)
-/* MSVC preprocessor defines: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/b0084kay.aspx
- * _MSC_FULL_VER includes the build number, but it has at least two formats, see e.g.
- * BOOST_MSVC_FULL_VER in http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_52_0/boost/config/compiler/visualc.hpp
- */
-#define DUK_F_MSVC
-#if defined(_MSC_FULL_VER)
-#if (_MSC_FULL_VER > 100000000)
-#define DUK_F_MSVC_FULL_VER _MSC_FULL_VER
-#else
-#define DUK_F_MSCV_FULL_VER (_MSC_FULL_VER * 10)
-#endif
-#endif
-#endif  /* _MSC_VER */
-
-/* TinyC */
-#if defined(__TINYC__)
-/* http://bellard.org/tcc/tcc-doc.html#SEC9 */
-#define DUK_F_TINYC
-#endif
-
-/* VBCC */
-#if defined(__VBCC__)
-#define DUK_F_VBCC
-#endif
-
-/* Atari Mint */
-#if defined(__MINT__)
-#define DUK_F_MINT
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Platform autodetection
- */
-
-/* Workaround for older C++ compilers before including <inttypes.h>,
- * see e.g.: https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=15366
- */
-#if defined(__cplusplus) && !defined(__STDC_LIMIT_MACROS)
-#define __STDC_LIMIT_MACROS
-#endif
-#if defined(__cplusplus) && !defined(__STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS)
-#define __STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_APPLE)
-/* --- Mac OSX, iPhone, Darwin --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <TargetConditionals.h>
-#include <architecture/byte_order.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-/* http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5919996/how-to-detect-reliably-mac-os-x-ios-linux-windows-in-c-preprocessor */
-#if TARGET_IPHONE_SIMULATOR
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "iphone-sim"
-#elif TARGET_OS_IPHONE
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "iphone"
-#elif TARGET_OS_MAC
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "osx"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "osx-unknown"
-#endif
-
-/* Use _setjmp() on Apple by default, see GH-55. */
-#define DUK_JMPBUF_TYPE       jmp_buf
-#define DUK_SETJMP(jb)        _setjmp((jb))
-#define DUK_LONGJMP(jb)       _longjmp((jb), 1)
-#elif defined(DUK_F_OPENBSD)
-/* --- OpenBSD --- */
-/* http://www.monkey.org/openbsd/archive/ports/0401/msg00089.html */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <sys/endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING  "openbsd"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_BSD)
-/* --- Generic BSD --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <sys/endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING  "bsd"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_TOS)
-/* --- Atari ST TOS --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_TIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME
-/* no parsing (not an error) */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING  "tos"
-
-/* TOS on M68K is always big endian. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) && defined(DUK_F_M68K)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#elif defined(DUK_F_AMIGAOS)
-/* --- AmigaOS --- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_M68K)
-/* AmigaOS on M68k */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_TIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME
-/* no parsing (not an error) */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <time.h>
-#elif defined(DUK_F_PPC)
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <time.h>
-#ifndef UINTPTR_MAX
-#define UINTPTR_MAX UINT_MAX
-#endif
-#else
-#error AmigaOS but not M68K/PPC, not supported now
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "amigaos"
-
-/* AmigaOS on M68K or PPC is always big endian. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) && (defined(DUK_F_M68K) || defined(DUK_F_PPC))
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#elif defined(DUK_F_WINDOWS)
-/* --- Windows --- */
-/* Initial fix: disable secure CRT related warnings when compiling Duktape
- * itself (must be defined before including Windows headers).  Don't define
- * for user code including duktape.h.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE) && !defined(_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS)
-#define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
-#endif
-
-/* Windows 32-bit and 64-bit are currently the same. */
-/* MSVC does not have sys/param.h */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_WINDOWS
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_WINDOWS
-/* Note: PRS and FMT are intentionally left undefined for now.  This means
- * there is no platform specific date parsing/formatting but there is still
- * the ISO 8601 standard format.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-/* Only include when compiling Duktape to avoid polluting application build
- * with a lot of unnecessary defines.
- */
-#include <windows.h>
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "windows"
-
-/* On Windows, assume we're little endian.  Even Itanium which has a
- * configurable endianness runs little endian in Windows.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-#elif defined(DUK_F_FLASHPLAYER)
-/* --- Flashplayer (Crossbridge) --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "flashplayer"
-
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) && defined(DUK_F_FLASHPLAYER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-#elif defined(DUK_F_QNX)
-/* --- QNX --- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_QNX) && defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-/* See: /opt/qnx650/target/qnx6/usr/include/sys/platform.h */
-#define _XOPEN_SOURCE    600
-#define _POSIX_C_SOURCE  200112L
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "qnx"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_TINSPIRE)
-/* --- TI-Nspire --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "tinspire"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_EMSCRIPTEN)
-/* --- Emscripten --- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-#ifndef _POSIX_C_SOURCE
-#define _POSIX_C_SOURCE  200809L
-#endif
-#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
-#define _GNU_SOURCE      /* e.g. getdate_r */
-#endif
-#ifndef _XOPEN_SOURCE
-#define _XOPEN_SOURCE    /* e.g. strptime */
-#endif
-#endif  /* DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE */
-
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#if defined(DUK_F_BCC)
-/* no endian.h */
-#else
-#include <endian.h>
-#endif  /* DUK_F_BCC */
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-#include <stdint.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "emscripten"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_LINUX)
-/* --- Linux --- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-#ifndef _POSIX_C_SOURCE
-#define _POSIX_C_SOURCE  200809L
-#endif
-#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
-#define _GNU_SOURCE      /* e.g. getdate_r */
-#endif
-#ifndef _XOPEN_SOURCE
-#define _XOPEN_SOURCE    /* e.g. strptime */
-#endif
-#endif  /* DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE */
-
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#if defined(DUK_F_BCC)
-/* no endian.h or stdint.h */
-#else
-#include <endian.h>
-#include <stdint.h>
-#endif  /* DUK_F_BCC */
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "linux"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_SUN)
-/* --- Solaris --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <ast/endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "solaris"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_POSIX)
-/* --- Generic POSIX --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "posix"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_CYGWIN)
-/* --- Cygwin --- */
-/* don't use strptime() for now */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <endian.h>
-#include <sys/param.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_JMPBUF_TYPE       jmp_buf
-#define DUK_SETJMP(jb)        _setjmp((jb))
-#define DUK_LONGJMP(jb)       _longjmp((jb), 1)
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "windows"
-#elif defined(DUK_F_UNIX)
-/* --- Generic UNIX --- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_GETTIMEOFDAY
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME_R
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-#include <time.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "unknown"
-#else
-/* --- Generic fallback --- */
-/* The most portable current time provider is time(), but it only has a
- * one second resolution.
- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_NOW_TIME
-
-/* The most portable way to figure out local time offset is gmtime(),
- * but it's not thread safe so use with caution.
- */
-#define DUK_USE_DATE_TZO_GMTIME
-
-/* Avoid custom date parsing and formatting for portability. */
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_STRPTIME
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_FMT_STRFTIME
-
-/* Rely on C89 headers only; time.h must be here. */
-#include <time.h>
-
-#define DUK_USE_OS_STRING "unknown"
-#endif  /* autodetect platform */
-
-/* Shared includes: C89 */
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include <stdarg.h>  /* varargs */
-#include <setjmp.h>
-#include <stddef.h>  /* e.g. ptrdiff_t */
-#include <math.h>
-#include <limits.h>
-
-/* date.h is omitted, and included per platform */
-
-/* Shared includes: stdint.h is C99 */
-#if defined(DUK_F_NO_STDINT_H)
-/* stdint.h not available */
-#else
-/* Technically C99 (C++11) but found in many systems.  On some systems
- * __STDC_LIMIT_MACROS and __STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS must be defined before
- * including stdint.h (see above).
- */
-#include <stdint.h>
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#include <exception>  /* std::exception */
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Architecture autodetection
- */
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_X86)
-/* --- x86 --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "x86"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-/* XXX: This is technically not guaranteed because it's possible to configure
- * an x86 to require aligned accesses with Alignment Check (AC) flag.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 1
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_X64)
-/* --- x64 --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "x64"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-/* XXX: This is technically not guaranteed because it's possible to configure
- * an x86 to require aligned accesses with Alignment Check (AC) flag.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 1
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_X32)
-/* --- x32 --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "x32"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-/* XXX: This is technically not guaranteed because it's possible to configure
- * an x86 to require aligned accesses with Alignment Check (AC) flag.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 1
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_ARM32)
-/* --- ARM 32-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "arm32"
-/* Byte order varies, so rely on autodetect. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 4
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_ARM64)
-/* --- ARM 64-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "arm64"
-/* Byte order varies, so rely on autodetect. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_MIPS32)
-/* --- MIPS 32-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "mips32"
-/* MIPS byte order varies so rely on autodetection. */
-/* Based on 'make checkalign' there are no alignment requirements on
- * Linux MIPS except for doubles, which need align by 4.  Alignment
- * requirements vary based on target though.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 4
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_MIPS64)
-/* --- MIPS 64-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "mips64"
-/* MIPS byte order varies so rely on autodetection. */
-/* Good default is a bit arbitrary because alignment requirements
- * depend on target.  See https://github.com/svaarala/duktape/issues/102.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_PPC32)
-/* --- PowerPC 32-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "ppc32"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_PPC64)
-/* --- PowerPC 64-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "ppc64"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_SPARC32)
-/* --- SPARC 32-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "sparc32"
-/* SPARC byte order varies so rely on autodetection. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_SPARC64)
-/* --- SPARC 64-bit --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "sparc64"
-/* SPARC byte order varies so rely on autodetection. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_SUPERH)
-/* --- SuperH --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "sh"
-/* Byte order varies, rely on autodetection. */
-/* Based on 'make checkalign' there are no alignment requirements on
- * Linux SH4, but align by 4 is probably a good basic default.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 4
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_M68K)
-/* --- Motorola 68k --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "m68k"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#elif defined(DUK_F_EMSCRIPTEN)
-/* --- Emscripten --- */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "emscripten"
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED
-#else
-/* --- Generic --- */
-/* These are necessary wild guesses. */
-#define DUK_USE_ARCH_STRING "generic"
-/* Rely on autodetection for byte order, alignment, and packed tval. */
-#endif  /* autodetect architecture */
-
-/*
- *  Compiler autodetection
- */
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-/* --- Clang --- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-/* C99 / C++11 and above: rely on va_copy() which is required. */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) va_copy(dest,src)
-#else
-/* Clang: assume we have __va_copy() in non-C99 mode. */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) __va_copy(dest,src)
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_NORETURN(decl)  decl __attribute__((noreturn))
-
-#if defined(__clang__) && defined(__has_builtin)
-#if __has_builtin(__builtin_unreachable)
-#define DUK_UNREACHABLE()  do { __builtin_unreachable(); } while (0)
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-#define DUK_LIKELY(x)    __builtin_expect((x), 1)
-#define DUK_UNLIKELY(x)  __builtin_expect((x), 0)
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_NOINLINE        __attribute__((noinline))
-#define DUK_INLINE          inline
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE   inline __attribute__((always_inline))
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_DLL_BUILD) && defined(DUK_F_WINDOWS)
-/* MSVC dllexport/dllimport: appropriate __declspec depends on whether we're
- * compiling Duktape or the application.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllexport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __declspec(dllexport)
-#else
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllimport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       should_not_happen
-#endif
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       /*empty*/
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#else
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("default"))) extern
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("default")))
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-/* Minimize warnings for unused internal functions with GCC >= 3.1.1 and
- * Clang.  Based on documentation it should suffice to have the attribute
- * in the declaration only, but in practice some warnings are generated unless
- * the attribute is also applied to the definition.
- */
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#endif
-#else
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused)) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden")))
-#endif
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "clang"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "clang"
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_CLANG_ATTR
-#elif defined(DUK_F_GCC)
-/* --- GCC --- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-/* C99 / C++11 and above: rely on va_copy() which is required. */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) va_copy(dest,src)
-#else
-/* GCC: assume we have __va_copy() in non-C99 mode. */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) __va_copy(dest,src)
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 20500L)
-/* since gcc-2.5 */
-#define DUK_NORETURN(decl)  decl __attribute__((noreturn))
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 40500L)
-/* since gcc-4.5 */
-#define DUK_UNREACHABLE()  do { __builtin_unreachable(); } while (0)
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-#if defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 40500L)
-/* GCC: test not very accurate; enable only in relatively recent builds
- * because of bugs in gcc-4.4 (http://lists.debian.org/debian-gcc/2010/04/msg00000.html)
- */
-#define DUK_LIKELY(x)    __builtin_expect((x), 1)
-#define DUK_UNLIKELY(x)  __builtin_expect((x), 0)
-#endif
-
-#if (defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)) && \
-    defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101)
-#define DUK_NOINLINE        __attribute__((noinline))
-#define DUK_INLINE          inline
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE   inline __attribute__((always_inline))
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_DLL_BUILD) && defined(DUK_F_WINDOWS)
-/* MSVC dllexport/dllimport: appropriate __declspec depends on whether we're
- * compiling Duktape or the application.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllexport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __declspec(dllexport)
-#else
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllimport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       should_not_happen
-#endif
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       /*empty*/
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#elif defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 40000)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("default"))) extern
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("default")))
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-/* Minimize warnings for unused internal functions with GCC >= 3.1.1 and
- * Clang.  Based on documentation it should suffice to have the attribute
- * in the declaration only, but in practice some warnings are generated unless
- * the attribute is also applied to the definition.
- */
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#endif
-#else
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused)) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden")))
-#endif
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_MINGW)
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "mingw++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "mingw"
-#endif
-#else
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "g++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "gcc"
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || (defined(DUK_F_CPP11) && defined(__GNUC__))
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 40600)
-#define DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-#else
-#undef DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_GCC_ATTR
-#elif defined(DUK_F_MSVC)
-/* --- MSVC --- */
-/* http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa235362(VS.60).aspx */
-#define DUK_NORETURN(decl)  __declspec(noreturn) decl
-
-/* XXX: DUK_UNREACHABLE for msvc? */
-
-#undef DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-
-/* XXX: DUK_LIKELY, DUK_UNLIKELY for msvc? */
-/* XXX: DUK_NOINLINE, DUK_INLINE, DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE for msvc? */
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_DLL_BUILD) && defined(DUK_F_WINDOWS)
-/* MSVC dllexport/dllimport: appropriate __declspec depends on whether we're
- * compiling Duktape or the application.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_COMPILING_DUKTAPE)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllexport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __declspec(dllexport)
-#else
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern __declspec(dllimport)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       should_not_happen
-#endif
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       /*empty*/
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "msvc++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "msvc"
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#elif defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1400)
-/* VS2005+ should have variadic macros even when they're not C99. */
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1800)
-/* VS2013+ supports union initializers but there's a bug involving union-inside-struct:
- * https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/805981
- * The bug was fixed (at least) in VS2015 so check for VS2015 for now:
- * https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/vcblog/2015/07/01/c-compiler-front-end-fixes-in-vs2015/
- * Manually tested using VS2013, CL reports 18.00.31101, so enable for VS2013 too.
- */
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_MSVC_PRAGMA
-
-/* These have been tested from VS2008 onwards; may work in older VS versions
- * too but not enabled by default.
- */
-#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1500)
-#define DUK_NOINLINE        __declspec(noinline)
-#define DUK_INLINE          __inline
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE   __forceinline
-#endif
-
-#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1900)
-#define DUK_SNPRINTF     snprintf
-#define DUK_VSNPRINTF    vsnprintf
-#else
-/* (v)snprintf() is missing before MSVC 2015.  Note that _(v)snprintf() does
- * NOT NUL terminate on truncation, but Duktape code never assumes that.
- * http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2915672/snprintf-and-visual-studio-2010
- */
-#define DUK_SNPRINTF     _snprintf
-#define DUK_VSNPRINTF    _vsnprintf
-#endif
-#elif defined(DUK_F_EMSCRIPTEN)
-/* --- Emscripten --- */
-#define DUK_NORETURN(decl)  decl __attribute__((noreturn))
-
-#if defined(__clang__) && defined(__has_builtin)
-#if __has_builtin(__builtin_unreachable)
-#define DUK_UNREACHABLE()  do { __builtin_unreachable(); } while (0)
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-#define DUK_LIKELY(x)    __builtin_expect((x), 1)
-#define DUK_UNLIKELY(x)  __builtin_expect((x), 0)
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_NOINLINE        __attribute__((noinline))
-#define DUK_INLINE          inline
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE   inline __attribute__((always_inline))
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("default"))) extern
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("default")))
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-/* Minimize warnings for unused internal functions with GCC >= 3.1.1 and
- * Clang.  Based on documentation it should suffice to have the attribute
- * in the declaration only, but in practice some warnings are generated unless
- * the attribute is also applied to the definition.
- */
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#endif
-#else
-#if (defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && DUK_F_GCC_VERSION >= 30101) || defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused)) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) __attribute__ ((unused))
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) extern
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden")))
-#endif
-#endif
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "emscripten"
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#undef DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_CLANG_ATTR
-#elif defined(DUK_F_TINYC)
-/* --- TinyC --- */
-#undef DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "tinyc++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "tinyc"
-#endif
-
-/* http://bellard.org/tcc/tcc-doc.html#SEC7 */
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-
-/* Most portable, wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-
-/* Most portable, potentially wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-#elif defined(DUK_F_VBCC)
-/* --- VBCC --- */
-#undef DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "vbcc-c++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "vbcc"
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-/* VBCC supports C99 so check only for C99 for union initializer support.
- * Designated union initializers would possibly work even without a C99 check.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#endif
-
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-#elif defined(DUK_F_BCC)
-/* --- Bruce's C compiler --- */
-#undef DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "bcc++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "bcc"
-#endif
-
-/* Most portable */
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-
-/* Most portable, wastes space */
-#undef DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-
-/* Most portable, wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-
-/* Most portable, potentially wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-
-/* BCC, assume we're on x86. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#endif
-#else
-/* --- Generic --- */
-#undef DUK_USE_BRANCH_HINTS
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_CPP)
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "generic-c++"
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_STRING "generic"
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS
-#endif
-
-/* C++ doesn't have standard designated union initializers ({ .foo = 1 }). */
-#undef DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS
-#endif
-
-/* Most portable, wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE
-
-/* Most portable, potentially wastes space */
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-#endif  /* autodetect compiler */
-
-/* uclibc */
-#if defined(__UCLIBC__)
-#define DUK_F_UCLIBC
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Wrapper typedefs and constants for integer types, also sanity check types.
- *
- *  C99 typedefs are quite good but not always available, and we want to avoid
- *  forcibly redefining the C99 typedefs.  So, there are Duktape wrappers for
- *  all C99 typedefs and Duktape code should only use these typedefs.  Type
- *  detection when C99 is not supported is best effort and may end up detecting
- *  some types incorrectly.
- *
- *  Pointer sizes are a portability problem: pointers to different types may
- *  have a different size and function pointers are very difficult to manage
- *  portably.
- *
- *  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_data_types#Fixed-width_integer_types
- *
- *  Note: there's an interesting corner case when trying to define minimum
- *  signed integer value constants which leads to the current workaround of
- *  defining e.g. -0x80000000 as (-0x7fffffffL - 1L).  See doc/code-issues.txt
- *  for a longer discussion.
- *
- *  Note: avoid typecasts and computations in macro integer constants as they
- *  can then no longer be used in macro relational expressions (such as
- *  #if DUK_SIZE_MAX < 0xffffffffUL).  There is internal code which relies on
- *  being able to compare DUK_SIZE_MAX against a limit.
- */
-
-/* XXX: add feature options to force basic types from outside? */
-
-#if !defined(INT_MAX)
-#error INT_MAX not defined
-#endif
-
-/* Check that architecture is two's complement, standard C allows e.g.
- * INT_MIN to be -2**31+1 (instead of -2**31).
- */
-#if defined(INT_MAX) && defined(INT_MIN)
-#if INT_MAX != -(INT_MIN + 1)
-#error platform does not seem complement of two
-#endif
-#else
-#error cannot check complement of two
-#endif
-
-/* Pointer size determination based on __WORDSIZE or architecture when
- * that's not available.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_X86) || defined(DUK_F_X32) || \
-    defined(DUK_F_M68K) || defined(DUK_F_PPC32) || \
-    defined(DUK_F_BCC) || \
-    (defined(__WORDSIZE) && (__WORDSIZE == 32))
-#define DUK_F_32BIT_PTRS
-#elif defined(DUK_F_X64) || \
-      (defined(__WORDSIZE) && (__WORDSIZE == 64))
-#define DUK_F_64BIT_PTRS
-#else
-/* not sure, not needed with C99 anyway */
-#endif
-
-/* Intermediate define for 'have inttypes.h' */
-#undef DUK_F_HAVE_INTTYPES
-#if defined(__STDC_VERSION__) && (__STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L) && \
-    !(defined(DUK_F_AMIGAOS) && defined(DUK_F_VBCC))
-/* vbcc + AmigaOS has C99 but no inttypes.h */
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_INTTYPES
-#elif defined(__cplusplus) && (__cplusplus >= 201103L)
-/* C++11 apparently ratified stdint.h */
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_INTTYPES
-#endif
-
-/* Basic integer typedefs and limits, preferably from inttypes.h, otherwise
- * through automatic detection.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_INTTYPES)
-/* C99 or compatible */
-
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-#include <inttypes.h>
-
-typedef uint8_t duk_uint8_t;
-typedef int8_t duk_int8_t;
-typedef uint16_t duk_uint16_t;
-typedef int16_t duk_int16_t;
-typedef uint32_t duk_uint32_t;
-typedef int32_t duk_int32_t;
-typedef uint64_t duk_uint64_t;
-typedef int64_t duk_int64_t;
-typedef uint_least8_t duk_uint_least8_t;
-typedef int_least8_t duk_int_least8_t;
-typedef uint_least16_t duk_uint_least16_t;
-typedef int_least16_t duk_int_least16_t;
-typedef uint_least32_t duk_uint_least32_t;
-typedef int_least32_t duk_int_least32_t;
-typedef uint_least64_t duk_uint_least64_t;
-typedef int_least64_t duk_int_least64_t;
-typedef uint_fast8_t duk_uint_fast8_t;
-typedef int_fast8_t duk_int_fast8_t;
-typedef uint_fast16_t duk_uint_fast16_t;
-typedef int_fast16_t duk_int_fast16_t;
-typedef uint_fast32_t duk_uint_fast32_t;
-typedef int_fast32_t duk_int_fast32_t;
-typedef uint_fast64_t duk_uint_fast64_t;
-typedef int_fast64_t duk_int_fast64_t;
-typedef uintptr_t duk_uintptr_t;
-typedef intptr_t duk_intptr_t;
-typedef uintmax_t duk_uintmax_t;
-typedef intmax_t duk_intmax_t;
-
-#define DUK_UINT8_MIN         0
-#define DUK_UINT8_MAX         UINT8_MAX
-#define DUK_INT8_MIN          INT8_MIN
-#define DUK_INT8_MAX          INT8_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST8_MIN   0
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST8_MAX   UINT_LEAST8_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST8_MIN    INT_LEAST8_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST8_MAX    INT_LEAST8_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST8_MIN    0
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST8_MAX    UINT_FAST8_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_FAST8_MIN     INT_FAST8_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST8_MAX     INT_FAST8_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT16_MIN        0
-#define DUK_UINT16_MAX        UINT16_MAX
-#define DUK_INT16_MIN         INT16_MIN
-#define DUK_INT16_MAX         INT16_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST16_MIN  0
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST16_MAX  UINT_LEAST16_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST16_MIN   INT_LEAST16_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST16_MAX   INT_LEAST16_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST16_MIN   0
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST16_MAX   UINT_FAST16_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_FAST16_MIN    INT_FAST16_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST16_MAX    INT_FAST16_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT32_MIN        0
-#define DUK_UINT32_MAX        UINT32_MAX
-#define DUK_INT32_MIN         INT32_MIN
-#define DUK_INT32_MAX         INT32_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST32_MIN  0
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST32_MAX  UINT_LEAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST32_MIN   INT_LEAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST32_MAX   INT_LEAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST32_MIN   0
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST32_MAX   UINT_FAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_FAST32_MIN    INT_FAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST32_MAX    INT_FAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT64_MIN        0
-#define DUK_UINT64_MAX        UINT64_MAX
-#define DUK_INT64_MIN         INT64_MIN
-#define DUK_INT64_MAX         INT64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MIN  0
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MAX  UINT_LEAST64_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MIN   INT_LEAST64_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MAX   INT_LEAST64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MIN   0
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MAX   UINT_FAST64_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MIN    INT_FAST64_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MAX    INT_FAST64_MAX
-
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MIN       0
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MAX       UINTPTR_MAX
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MIN        INTPTR_MIN
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MAX        INTPTR_MAX
-
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MIN       0
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MAX       UINTMAX_MAX
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MIN        INTMAX_MIN
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MAX        INTMAX_MAX
-
-#define DUK_SIZE_MIN          0
-#define DUK_SIZE_MAX          SIZE_MAX
-#undef DUK_SIZE_MAX_COMPUTED
-
-#else  /* C99 types */
-
-/* When C99 types are not available, we use heuristic detection to get
- * the basic 8, 16, 32, and (possibly) 64 bit types.  The fast/least
- * types are then assumed to be exactly the same for now: these could
- * be improved per platform but C99 types are very often now available.
- * 64-bit types are not available on all platforms; this is OK at least
- * on 32-bit platforms.
- *
- * This detection code is necessarily a bit hacky and can provide typedefs
- * and defines that won't work correctly on some exotic platform.
- */
-
-#if (defined(CHAR_BIT) && (CHAR_BIT == 8)) || \
-    (defined(UCHAR_MAX) && (UCHAR_MAX == 255))
-typedef unsigned char duk_uint8_t;
-typedef signed char duk_int8_t;
-#else
-#error cannot detect 8-bit type
-#endif
-
-#if defined(USHRT_MAX) && (USHRT_MAX == 65535UL)
-typedef unsigned short duk_uint16_t;
-typedef signed short duk_int16_t;
-#elif defined(UINT_MAX) && (UINT_MAX == 65535UL)
-/* On some platforms int is 16-bit but long is 32-bit (e.g. PureC) */
-typedef unsigned int duk_uint16_t;
-typedef signed int duk_int16_t;
-#else
-#error cannot detect 16-bit type
-#endif
-
-#if defined(UINT_MAX) && (UINT_MAX == 4294967295UL)
-typedef unsigned int duk_uint32_t;
-typedef signed int duk_int32_t;
-#elif defined(ULONG_MAX) && (ULONG_MAX == 4294967295UL)
-/* On some platforms int is 16-bit but long is 32-bit (e.g. PureC) */
-typedef unsigned long duk_uint32_t;
-typedef signed long duk_int32_t;
-#else
-#error cannot detect 32-bit type
-#endif
-
-/* 64-bit type detection is a bit tricky.
- *
- * ULLONG_MAX is a standard define.  __LONG_LONG_MAX__ and __ULONG_LONG_MAX__
- * are used by at least GCC (even if system headers don't provide ULLONG_MAX).
- * Some GCC variants may provide __LONG_LONG_MAX__ but not __ULONG_LONG_MAX__.
- *
- * ULL / LL constants are rejected / warned about by some compilers, even if
- * the compiler has a 64-bit type and the compiler/system headers provide an
- * unsupported constant (ULL/LL)!  Try to avoid using ULL / LL constants.
- * As a side effect we can only check that e.g. ULONG_MAX is larger than 32
- * bits but can't be sure it is exactly 64 bits.  Self tests will catch such
- * cases.
- */
-#undef DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && defined(ULONG_MAX)
-#if (ULONG_MAX > 4294967295UL)
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-typedef unsigned long duk_uint64_t;
-typedef signed long duk_int64_t;
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && defined(ULLONG_MAX)
-#if (ULLONG_MAX > 4294967295UL)
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-typedef unsigned long long duk_uint64_t;
-typedef signed long long duk_int64_t;
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && defined(__ULONG_LONG_MAX__)
-#if (__ULONG_LONG_MAX__ > 4294967295UL)
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-typedef unsigned long long duk_uint64_t;
-typedef signed long long duk_int64_t;
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && defined(__LONG_LONG_MAX__)
-#if (__LONG_LONG_MAX__ > 2147483647L)
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-typedef unsigned long long duk_uint64_t;
-typedef signed long long duk_int64_t;
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && \
-    (defined(DUK_F_MINGW) || defined(DUK_F_MSVC))
-/* Both MinGW and MSVC have a 64-bit type. */
-#define DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT
-typedef unsigned long duk_uint64_t;
-typedef signed long duk_int64_t;
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-/* cannot detect 64-bit type, not always needed so don't error */
-#endif
-
-typedef duk_uint8_t duk_uint_least8_t;
-typedef duk_int8_t duk_int_least8_t;
-typedef duk_uint16_t duk_uint_least16_t;
-typedef duk_int16_t duk_int_least16_t;
-typedef duk_uint32_t duk_uint_least32_t;
-typedef duk_int32_t duk_int_least32_t;
-typedef duk_uint8_t duk_uint_fast8_t;
-typedef duk_int8_t duk_int_fast8_t;
-typedef duk_uint16_t duk_uint_fast16_t;
-typedef duk_int16_t duk_int_fast16_t;
-typedef duk_uint32_t duk_uint_fast32_t;
-typedef duk_int32_t duk_int_fast32_t;
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-typedef duk_uint64_t duk_uint_least64_t;
-typedef duk_int64_t duk_int_least64_t;
-typedef duk_uint64_t duk_uint_fast64_t;
-typedef duk_int64_t duk_int_fast64_t;
-#endif
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-typedef duk_uint64_t duk_uintmax_t;
-typedef duk_int64_t duk_intmax_t;
-#else
-typedef duk_uint32_t duk_uintmax_t;
-typedef duk_int32_t duk_intmax_t;
-#endif
-
-/* Note: the funny looking computations for signed minimum 16-bit, 32-bit, and
- * 64-bit values are intentional as the obvious forms (e.g. -0x80000000L) are
- * -not- portable.  See code-issues.txt for a detailed discussion.
- */
-#define DUK_UINT8_MIN         0UL
-#define DUK_UINT8_MAX         0xffUL
-#define DUK_INT8_MIN          (-0x80L)
-#define DUK_INT8_MAX          0x7fL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST8_MIN   0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST8_MAX   0xffUL
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST8_MIN    (-0x80L)
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST8_MAX    0x7fL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST8_MIN    0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST8_MAX    0xffUL
-#define DUK_INT_FAST8_MIN     (-0x80L)
-#define DUK_INT_FAST8_MAX     0x7fL
-#define DUK_UINT16_MIN        0UL
-#define DUK_UINT16_MAX        0xffffUL
-#define DUK_INT16_MIN         (-0x7fffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT16_MAX         0x7fffL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST16_MIN  0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST16_MAX  0xffffUL
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST16_MIN   (-0x7fffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST16_MAX   0x7fffL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST16_MIN   0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST16_MAX   0xffffUL
-#define DUK_INT_FAST16_MIN    (-0x7fffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT_FAST16_MAX    0x7fffL
-#define DUK_UINT32_MIN        0UL
-#define DUK_UINT32_MAX        0xffffffffUL
-#define DUK_INT32_MIN         (-0x7fffffffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT32_MAX         0x7fffffffL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST32_MIN  0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST32_MAX  0xffffffffUL
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST32_MIN   (-0x7fffffffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST32_MAX   0x7fffffffL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST32_MIN   0UL
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST32_MAX   0xffffffffUL
-#define DUK_INT_FAST32_MIN    (-0x7fffffffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INT_FAST32_MAX    0x7fffffffL
-
-/* 64-bit constants.  Since LL / ULL constants are not always available,
- * use computed values.  These values can't be used in preprocessor
- * comparisons; flag them as such.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-#define DUK_UINT64_MIN        ((duk_uint64_t) 0)
-#define DUK_UINT64_MAX        ((duk_uint64_t) -1)
-#define DUK_INT64_MIN         ((duk_int64_t) (~(DUK_UINT64_MAX >> 1)))
-#define DUK_INT64_MAX         ((duk_int64_t) (DUK_UINT64_MAX >> 1))
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MIN  DUK_UINT64_MIN
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MAX  DUK_UINT64_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MIN   DUK_INT64_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MAX   DUK_INT64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MIN   DUK_UINT64_MIN
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MAX   DUK_UINT64_MAX
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MIN    DUK_INT64_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MAX    DUK_INT64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINT64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINT_LEAST64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT_LEAST64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INT_FAST64_MAX_COMPUTED
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MIN       DUK_UINT64_MIN
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MAX       DUK_UINT64_MAX
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MIN        DUK_INT64_MIN
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MAX        DUK_INT64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MAX_COMPUTED
-#else
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MIN       0UL
-#define DUK_UINTMAX_MAX       0xffffffffUL
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MIN        (-0x7fffffffL - 1L)
-#define DUK_INTMAX_MAX        0x7fffffffL
-#endif
-
-/* This detection is not very reliable. */
-#if defined(DUK_F_32BIT_PTRS)
-typedef duk_int32_t duk_intptr_t;
-typedef duk_uint32_t duk_uintptr_t;
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MIN       DUK_UINT32_MIN
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MAX       DUK_UINT32_MAX
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MIN        DUK_INT32_MIN
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MAX        DUK_INT32_MAX
-#elif defined(DUK_F_64BIT_PTRS) && defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT)
-typedef duk_int64_t duk_intptr_t;
-typedef duk_uint64_t duk_uintptr_t;
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MIN       DUK_UINT64_MIN
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MAX       DUK_UINT64_MAX
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MIN        DUK_INT64_MIN
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MAX        DUK_INT64_MAX
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_UINTPTR_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MIN_COMPUTED
-#define DUK_INTPTR_MAX_COMPUTED
-#else
-#error cannot determine intptr type
-#endif
-
-/* SIZE_MAX may be missing so use an approximate value for it. */
-#undef DUK_SIZE_MAX_COMPUTED
-#if !defined(SIZE_MAX)
-#define DUK_SIZE_MAX_COMPUTED
-#define SIZE_MAX              ((size_t) (-1))
-#endif
-#define DUK_SIZE_MIN          0
-#define DUK_SIZE_MAX          SIZE_MAX
-
-#endif  /* C99 types */
-
-/* A few types are assumed to always exist. */
-typedef size_t duk_size_t;
-typedef ptrdiff_t duk_ptrdiff_t;
-
-/* The best type for an "all around int" in Duktape internals is "at least
- * 32 bit signed integer" which is most convenient.  Same for unsigned type.
- * Prefer 'int' when large enough, as it is almost always a convenient type.
- */
-#if defined(UINT_MAX) && (UINT_MAX >= 0xffffffffUL)
-typedef int duk_int_t;
-typedef unsigned int duk_uint_t;
-#define DUK_INT_MIN           INT_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_MAX           INT_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_MIN          0
-#define DUK_UINT_MAX          UINT_MAX
-#else
-typedef duk_int_fast32_t duk_int_t;
-typedef duk_uint_fast32_t duk_uint_t;
-#define DUK_INT_MIN           DUK_INT_FAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_MAX           DUK_INT_FAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_MIN          DUK_UINT_FAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_UINT_MAX          DUK_UINT_FAST32_MAX
-#endif
-
-/* Same as 'duk_int_t' but guaranteed to be a 'fast' variant if this
- * distinction matters for the CPU.  These types are used mainly in the
- * executor where it might really matter.
- */
-typedef duk_int_fast32_t duk_int_fast_t;
-typedef duk_uint_fast32_t duk_uint_fast_t;
-#define DUK_INT_FAST_MIN      DUK_INT_FAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_INT_FAST_MAX      DUK_INT_FAST32_MAX
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST_MIN     DUK_UINT_FAST32_MIN
-#define DUK_UINT_FAST_MAX     DUK_UINT_FAST32_MAX
-
-/* Small integers (16 bits or more) can fall back to the 'int' type, but
- * have a typedef so they are marked "small" explicitly.
- */
-typedef int duk_small_int_t;
-typedef unsigned int duk_small_uint_t;
-#define DUK_SMALL_INT_MIN     INT_MIN
-#define DUK_SMALL_INT_MAX     INT_MAX
-#define DUK_SMALL_UINT_MIN    0
-#define DUK_SMALL_UINT_MAX    UINT_MAX
-
-/* Fast variants of small integers, again for really fast paths like the
- * executor.
- */
-typedef duk_int_fast16_t duk_small_int_fast_t;
-typedef duk_uint_fast16_t duk_small_uint_fast_t;
-#define DUK_SMALL_INT_FAST_MIN    DUK_INT_FAST16_MIN
-#define DUK_SMALL_INT_FAST_MAX    DUK_INT_FAST16_MAX
-#define DUK_SMALL_UINT_FAST_MIN   DUK_UINT_FAST16_MIN
-#define DUK_SMALL_UINT_FAST_MAX   DUK_UINT_FAST16_MAX
-
-/* Boolean values are represented with the platform 'int'. */
-typedef duk_small_int_t duk_bool_t;
-#define DUK_BOOL_MIN              DUK_SMALL_INT_MIN
-#define DUK_BOOL_MAX              DUK_SMALL_INT_MAX
-
-/* Index values must have at least 32-bit signed range. */
-typedef duk_int_t duk_idx_t;
-#define DUK_IDX_MIN               DUK_INT_MIN
-#define DUK_IDX_MAX               DUK_INT_MAX
-
-/* Unsigned index variant. */
-typedef duk_uint_t duk_uidx_t;
-#define DUK_UIDX_MIN              DUK_UINT_MIN
-#define DUK_UIDX_MAX              DUK_UINT_MAX
-
-/* Array index values, could be exact 32 bits.
- * Currently no need for signed duk_arridx_t.
- */
-typedef duk_uint_t duk_uarridx_t;
-#define DUK_UARRIDX_MIN           DUK_UINT_MIN
-#define DUK_UARRIDX_MAX           DUK_UINT_MAX
-
-/* Duktape/C function return value, platform int is enough for now to
- * represent 0, 1, or negative error code.  Must be compatible with
- * assigning truth values (e.g. duk_ret_t rc = (foo == bar);).
- */
-typedef duk_small_int_t duk_ret_t;
-#define DUK_RET_MIN               DUK_SMALL_INT_MIN
-#define DUK_RET_MAX               DUK_SMALL_INT_MAX
-
-/* Error codes are represented with platform int.  High bits are used
- * for flags and such, so 32 bits are needed.
- */
-typedef duk_int_t duk_errcode_t;
-#define DUK_ERRCODE_MIN           DUK_INT_MIN
-#define DUK_ERRCODE_MAX           DUK_INT_MAX
-
-/* Codepoint type.  Must be 32 bits or more because it is used also for
- * internal codepoints.  The type is signed because negative codepoints
- * are used as internal markers (e.g. to mark EOF or missing argument).
- * (X)UTF-8/CESU-8 encode/decode take and return an unsigned variant to
- * ensure duk_uint32_t casts back and forth nicely.  Almost everything
- * else uses the signed one.
- */
-typedef duk_int_t duk_codepoint_t;
-typedef duk_uint_t duk_ucodepoint_t;
-#define DUK_CODEPOINT_MIN         DUK_INT_MIN
-#define DUK_CODEPOINT_MAX         DUK_INT_MAX
-#define DUK_UCODEPOINT_MIN        DUK_UINT_MIN
-#define DUK_UCODEPOINT_MAX        DUK_UINT_MAX
-
-/* IEEE float/double typedef. */
-typedef float duk_float_t;
-typedef double duk_double_t;
-
-/* We're generally assuming that we're working on a platform with a 32-bit
- * address space.  If DUK_SIZE_MAX is a typecast value (which is necessary
- * if SIZE_MAX is missing), the check must be avoided because the
- * preprocessor can't do a comparison.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_SIZE_MAX)
-#error DUK_SIZE_MAX is undefined, probably missing SIZE_MAX
-#elif !defined(DUK_SIZE_MAX_COMPUTED)
-#if DUK_SIZE_MAX < 0xffffffffUL
-/* On some systems SIZE_MAX can be smaller than max unsigned 32-bit value
- * which seems incorrect if size_t is (at least) an unsigned 32-bit type.
- * However, it doesn't seem useful to error out compilation if this is the
- * case.
- */
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Type for public API calls. */
-typedef struct duk_hthread duk_context;
-
-/* Check whether we should use 64-bit integers or not.
- *
- * Quite incomplete now.  Use 64-bit types if detected (C99 or other detection)
- * unless they are known to be unreliable.  For instance, 64-bit types are
- * available on VBCC but seem to misbehave.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_HAVE_64BIT) && !defined(DUK_F_VBCC)
-#define DUK_USE_64BIT_OPS
-#else
-#undef DUK_USE_64BIT_OPS
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Fill-ins for platform, architecture, and compiler
- */
-
-#if !defined(DUK_SETJMP)
-#define DUK_JMPBUF_TYPE       jmp_buf
-#define DUK_SETJMP(jb)        setjmp((jb))
-#define DUK_LONGJMP(jb)       longjmp((jb), 1)
-#endif
-
-#if 0
-/* sigsetjmp() alternative */
-#define DUK_JMPBUF_TYPE       sigjmp_buf
-#define DUK_SETJMP(jb)        sigsetjmp((jb))
-#define DUK_LONGJMP(jb)       siglongjmp((jb), 1)
-#endif
-
-typedef FILE duk_file;
-#if !defined(DUK_STDIN)
-#define DUK_STDIN       stdin
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_STDOUT)
-#define DUK_STDOUT      stdout
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_STDERR)
-#define DUK_STDERR      stderr
-#endif
-
-/* Special naming to avoid conflict with e.g. DUK_FREE() in duk_heap.h
- * (which is unfortunately named).  May sometimes need replacement, e.g.
- * some compilers don't handle zero length or NULL correctly in realloc().
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_ANSI_MALLOC)
-#define DUK_ANSI_MALLOC      malloc
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ANSI_REALLOC)
-#define DUK_ANSI_REALLOC     realloc
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ANSI_CALLOC)
-#define DUK_ANSI_CALLOC      calloc
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ANSI_FREE)
-#define DUK_ANSI_FREE        free
-#endif
-
-/* ANSI C (various versions) and some implementations require that the
- * pointer arguments to memset(), memcpy(), and memmove() be valid values
- * even when byte size is 0 (even a NULL pointer is considered invalid in
- * this context).  Zero-size operations as such are allowed, as long as their
- * pointer arguments point to a valid memory area.  The DUK_MEMSET(),
- * DUK_MEMCPY(), and DUK_MEMMOVE() macros require this same behavior, i.e.:
- * (1) pointers must be valid and non-NULL, (2) zero size must otherwise be
- * allowed.  If these are not fulfilled, a macro wrapper is needed.
- *
- *   http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5243012/is-it-guaranteed-to-be-safe-to-perform-memcpy0-0-0
- *   http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/llvmdev/2007-October/011065.html
- *
- * Not sure what's the required behavior when a pointer points just past the
- * end of a buffer, which often happens in practice (e.g. zero size memmoves).
- * For example, if allocation size is 3, the following pointer would not
- * technically point to a valid memory byte:
- *
- *   <-- alloc -->
- *   | 0 | 1 | 2 | .....
- *                 ^-- p=3, points after last valid byte (2)
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_MEMCPY)
-#if defined(DUK_F_UCLIBC)
-/* Old uclibcs have a broken memcpy so use memmove instead (this is overly wide
- * now on purpose): http://lists.uclibc.org/pipermail/uclibc-cvs/2008-October/025511.html
- */
-#define DUK_MEMCPY       memmove
-#else
-#define DUK_MEMCPY       memcpy
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_MEMMOVE)
-#define DUK_MEMMOVE      memmove
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_MEMCMP)
-#define DUK_MEMCMP       memcmp
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_MEMSET)
-#define DUK_MEMSET       memset
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_STRLEN)
-#define DUK_STRLEN       strlen
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_STRCMP)
-#define DUK_STRCMP       strcmp
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_STRNCMP)
-#define DUK_STRNCMP      strncmp
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_PRINTF)
-#define DUK_PRINTF       printf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FPRINTF)
-#define DUK_FPRINTF      fprintf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_SPRINTF)
-#define DUK_SPRINTF      sprintf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_SNPRINTF)
-/* snprintf() is technically not part of C89 but usually available. */
-#define DUK_SNPRINTF     snprintf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_VSPRINTF)
-#define DUK_VSPRINTF     vsprintf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_VSNPRINTF)
-/* vsnprintf() is technically not part of C89 but usually available. */
-#define DUK_VSNPRINTF    vsnprintf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_SSCANF)
-#define DUK_SSCANF       sscanf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_VSSCANF)
-#define DUK_VSSCANF      vsscanf
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FOPEN)
-#define DUK_FOPEN        fopen
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FCLOSE)
-#define DUK_FCLOSE       fclose
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FREAD)
-#define DUK_FREAD        fread
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FWRITE)
-#define DUK_FWRITE       fwrite
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FSEEK)
-#define DUK_FSEEK        fseek
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FTELL)
-#define DUK_FTELL        ftell
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FFLUSH)
-#define DUK_FFLUSH       fflush
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FPUTC)
-#define DUK_FPUTC        fputc
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_MEMZERO)
-#define DUK_MEMZERO(p,n) DUK_MEMSET((p), 0, (n))
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ABORT)
-#define DUK_ABORT        abort
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_EXIT)
-#define DUK_EXIT         exit
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_DOUBLE_2TO32)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_2TO32     4294967296.0
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_DOUBLE_2TO31)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_2TO31     2147483648.0
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_DOUBLE_INFINITY)
-#undef DUK_USE_COMPUTED_INFINITY
-#if defined(DUK_F_GCC_VERSION) && (DUK_F_GCC_VERSION < 40600)
-/* GCC older than 4.6: avoid overflow warnings related to using INFINITY */
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_INFINITY  (__builtin_inf())
-#elif defined(INFINITY)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_INFINITY  ((double) INFINITY)
-#elif !defined(DUK_F_VBCC) && !defined(DUK_F_MSVC) && !defined(DUK_F_BCC)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_INFINITY  (1.0 / 0.0)
-#else
-/* In VBCC (1.0 / 0.0) results in a warning and 0.0 instead of infinity.
- * Use a computed infinity (initialized when a heap is created at the
- * latest).
- */
-#define DUK_USE_COMPUTED_INFINITY
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_INFINITY  duk_computed_infinity
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_DOUBLE_NAN)
-#undef DUK_USE_COMPUTED_NAN
-#if defined(NAN)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_NAN       NAN
-#elif !defined(DUK_F_VBCC) && !defined(DUK_F_MSVC) && !defined(DUK_F_BCC)
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_NAN       (0.0 / 0.0)
-#else
-/* In VBCC (0.0 / 0.0) results in a warning and 0.0 instead of NaN.
- * In MSVC (VS2010 Express) (0.0 / 0.0) results in a compile error.
- * Use a computed NaN (initialized when a heap is created at the
- * latest).
- */
-#define DUK_USE_COMPUTED_NAN
-#define DUK_DOUBLE_NAN       duk_computed_nan
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Many platforms are missing fpclassify() and friends, so use replacements
- * if necessary.  The replacement constants (FP_NAN etc) can be anything but
- * match Linux constants now.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_REPL_FPCLASSIFY
-#undef DUK_USE_REPL_SIGNBIT
-#undef DUK_USE_REPL_ISFINITE
-#undef DUK_USE_REPL_ISNAN
-#undef DUK_USE_REPL_ISINF
-
-/* Complex condition broken into separate parts. */
-#undef DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#if !(defined(FP_NAN) && defined(FP_INFINITE) && defined(FP_ZERO) && \
-      defined(FP_SUBNORMAL) && defined(FP_NORMAL))
-/* Missing some obvious constants. */
-#define DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#elif defined(DUK_F_AMIGAOS) && defined(DUK_F_VBCC)
-/* VBCC is missing the built-ins even in C99 mode (perhaps a header issue). */
-#define DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#elif defined(DUK_F_AMIGAOS) && defined(DUK_F_M68K)
-/* AmigaOS + M68K seems to have math issues even when using GCC cross
- * compilation.  Use replacements for all AmigaOS versions on M68K
- * regardless of compiler.
- */
-#define DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#elif defined(DUK_F_FREEBSD) && defined(DUK_F_CLANG)
-/* Placeholder fix for (detection is wider than necessary):
- * http://llvm.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=17788
- */
-#define DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#elif defined(DUK_F_UCLIBC)
-/* At least some uclibc versions have broken floating point math.  For
- * example, fpclassify() can incorrectly classify certain NaN formats.
- * To be safe, use replacements.
- */
-#define DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL)
-#define DUK_USE_REPL_FPCLASSIFY
-#define DUK_USE_REPL_SIGNBIT
-#define DUK_USE_REPL_ISFINITE
-#define DUK_USE_REPL_ISNAN
-#define DUK_USE_REPL_ISINF
-#define DUK_FPCLASSIFY       duk_repl_fpclassify
-#define DUK_SIGNBIT          duk_repl_signbit
-#define DUK_ISFINITE         duk_repl_isfinite
-#define DUK_ISNAN            duk_repl_isnan
-#define DUK_ISINF            duk_repl_isinf
-#define DUK_FP_NAN           0
-#define DUK_FP_INFINITE      1
-#define DUK_FP_ZERO          2
-#define DUK_FP_SUBNORMAL     3
-#define DUK_FP_NORMAL        4
-#else
-#define DUK_FPCLASSIFY       fpclassify
-#define DUK_SIGNBIT          signbit
-#define DUK_ISFINITE         isfinite
-#define DUK_ISNAN            isnan
-#define DUK_ISINF            isinf
-#define DUK_FP_NAN           FP_NAN
-#define DUK_FP_INFINITE      FP_INFINITE
-#define DUK_FP_ZERO          FP_ZERO
-#define DUK_FP_SUBNORMAL     FP_SUBNORMAL
-#define DUK_FP_NORMAL        FP_NORMAL
-#endif
-
-#if defined(DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL)
-#undef DUK_F_USE_REPL_ALL
-#endif
-
-/* Some math functions are C99 only.  This is also an issue with some
- * embedded environments using uclibc where uclibc has been configured
- * not to provide some functions.  For now, use replacements whenever
- * using uclibc.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_MATH_FMIN
-#undef DUK_USE_MATH_FMAX
-#undef DUK_USE_MATH_ROUND
-#if defined(DUK_F_UCLIBC)
-/* uclibc may be missing these */
-#elif defined(DUK_F_AMIGAOS) && defined(DUK_F_VBCC)
-/* vbcc + AmigaOS may be missing these */
-#elif defined(DUK_F_MINT)
-/* mint clib is missing these */
-#elif !defined(DUK_F_C99) && !defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-/* build is not C99 or C++11, play it safe */
-#else
-/* C99 or C++11, no known issues */
-#define DUK_USE_MATH_FMIN
-#define DUK_USE_MATH_FMAX
-#define DUK_USE_MATH_ROUND
-#endif
-
-/* These functions don't currently need replacement but are wrapped for
- * completeness.  Because these are used as function pointers, they need
- * to be defined as concrete C functions (not macros).
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_FABS)
-#define DUK_FABS             fabs
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FMIN)
-#define DUK_FMIN             fmin
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FMAX)
-#define DUK_FMAX             fmax
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FLOOR)
-#define DUK_FLOOR            floor
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_CEIL)
-#define DUK_CEIL             ceil
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FMOD)
-#define DUK_FMOD             fmod
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_POW)
-#define DUK_POW              pow
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ACOS)
-#define DUK_ACOS             acos
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ASIN)
-#define DUK_ASIN             asin
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ATAN)
-#define DUK_ATAN             atan
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ATAN2)
-#define DUK_ATAN2            atan2
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_SIN)
-#define DUK_SIN              sin
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_COS)
-#define DUK_COS              cos
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_TAN)
-#define DUK_TAN              tan
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_EXP)
-#define DUK_EXP              exp
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_LOG)
-#define DUK_LOG              log
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_SQRT)
-#define DUK_SQRT             sqrt
-#endif
-
-/* NetBSD 6.0 x86 (at least) has a few problems with pow() semantics,
- * see test-bug-netbsd-math-pow.js.  Use NetBSD specific workaround.
- * (This might be a wider problem; if so, generalize the define name.)
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_POW_NETBSD_WORKAROUND
-#if defined(DUK_F_NETBSD)
-#define DUK_USE_POW_NETBSD_WORKAROUND
-#endif
-
-/* Rely as little as possible on compiler behavior for NaN comparison,
- * signed zero handling, etc.  Currently never activated but may be needed
- * for broken compilers.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_PARANOID_MATH
-
-/* There was a curious bug where test-bi-date-canceling.js would fail e.g.
- * on 64-bit Ubuntu, gcc-4.8.1, -m32, and no -std=c99.  Some date computations
- * using doubles would be optimized which then broke some corner case tests.
- * The problem goes away by adding 'volatile' to the datetime computations.
- * Not sure what the actual triggering conditions are, but using this on
- * non-C99 systems solves the known issues and has relatively little cost
- * on other platforms.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_PARANOID_DATE_COMPUTATION
-#if !defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_PARANOID_DATE_COMPUTATION
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Byte order and double memory layout detection
- *
- *  Endianness detection is a major portability hassle because the macros
- *  and headers are not standardized.  There's even variance across UNIX
- *  platforms.  Even with "standard" headers, details like underscore count
- *  varies between platforms, e.g. both __BYTE_ORDER and _BYTE_ORDER are used
- *  (Crossbridge has a single underscore, for instance).
- *
- *  The checks below are structured with this in mind: several approaches are
- *  used, and at the end we check if any of them worked.  This allows generic
- *  approaches to be tried first, and platform/compiler specific hacks tried
- *  last.  As a last resort, the user can force a specific endianness, as it's
- *  not likely that automatic detection will work on the most exotic platforms.
- *
- *  Duktape supports little and big endian machines.  There's also support
- *  for a hybrid used by some ARM machines where integers are little endian
- *  but IEEE double values use a mixed order (12345678 -> 43218765).  This
- *  byte order for doubles is referred to as "mixed endian".
- */
-
-/* For custom platforms allow user to define byteorder explicitly.
- * Since endianness headers are not standardized, this is a useful
- * workaround for custom platforms for which endianness detection
- * is not directly supported.  Perhaps custom hardware is used and
- * user cannot submit upstream patches.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER)
-#undef DUK_USE_BYTEORDER
-#if (DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER == 1)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#elif (DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER == 2)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 2
-#elif (DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER == 3)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#else
-#error invalid DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER value
-#endif
-#endif  /* DUK_OPT_FORCE_BYTEORDER */
-
-/* GCC and Clang provide endianness defines as built-in predefines, with
- * leading and trailing double underscores (e.g. __BYTE_ORDER__).  See
- * output of "make gccpredefs" and "make clangpredefs".  Clang doesn't
- * seem to provide __FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__; assume not mixed endian for clang.
- * http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/cpp/Common-Predefined-Macros.html
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) && defined(__BYTE_ORDER__)
-#if defined(__ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN__) && (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN__)
-#if defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__) && defined(__ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN__) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__ == __ORDER_LITTLE_ENDIAN__)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#elif defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__) && defined(__ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 2
-#elif !defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__)
-/* Float word order not known, assume not a hybrid. */
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#else
-/* Byte order is little endian but cannot determine IEEE double word order. */
-#endif  /* float word order */
-#elif defined(__ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) && (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__)
-#if defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__) && defined(__ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#elif !defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER__)
-/* Float word order not known, assume not a hybrid. */
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#else
-/* Byte order is big endian but cannot determine IEEE double word order. */
-#endif  /* float word order */
-#else
-/* Cannot determine byte order; __ORDER_PDP_ENDIAN__ is related to 32-bit
- * integer ordering and is not relevant.
- */
-#endif  /* integer byte order */
-#endif  /* !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) && defined(__BYTE_ORDER__) */
-
-/* More or less standard endianness predefines provided by header files.
- * The ARM hybrid case is detected by assuming that __FLOAT_WORD_ORDER
- * will be big endian, see: http://lists.mysql.com/internals/443.
- * On some platforms some defines may be present with an empty value which
- * causes comparisons to fail: https://github.com/svaarala/duktape/issues/453.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#if defined(__BYTE_ORDER) && defined(__LITTLE_ENDIAN) && (__BYTE_ORDER == __LITTLE_ENDIAN) || \
-    defined(_BYTE_ORDER) && defined(_LITTLE_ENDIAN) && (_BYTE_ORDER == _LITTLE_ENDIAN) || \
-    defined(__LITTLE_ENDIAN__)
-#if defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(__LITTLE_ENDIAN) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == __LITTLE_ENDIAN) || \
-    defined(_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(_LITTLE_ENDIAN) && (_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == _LITTLE_ENDIAN)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#elif defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(__BIG_ENDIAN) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN) || \
-      defined(_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(_BIG_ENDIAN) && (_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == _BIG_ENDIAN)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 2
-#elif !defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && !defined(_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER)
-/* Float word order not known, assume not a hybrid. */
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#else
-/* Byte order is little endian but cannot determine IEEE double word order. */
-#endif  /* float word order */
-#elif defined(__BYTE_ORDER) && defined(__BIG_ENDIAN) && (__BYTE_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN) || \
-      defined(_BYTE_ORDER) && defined(_BIG_ENDIAN) && (_BYTE_ORDER == _BIG_ENDIAN) || \
-      defined(__BIG_ENDIAN__)
-#if defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(__BIG_ENDIAN) && (__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == __BIG_ENDIAN) || \
-    defined(_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && defined(_BIG_ENDIAN) && (_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER == _BIG_ENDIAN)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#elif !defined(__FLOAT_WORD_ORDER) && !defined(_FLOAT_WORD_ORDER)
-/* Float word order not known, assume not a hybrid. */
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#else
-/* Byte order is big endian but cannot determine IEEE double word order. */
-#endif  /* float word order */
-#else
-/* Cannot determine byte order. */
-#endif  /* integer byte order */
-#endif  /* !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER) */
-
-/* QNX gcc cross compiler seems to define e.g. __LITTLEENDIAN__ or __BIGENDIAN__:
- *  $ /opt/qnx650/host/linux/x86/usr/bin/i486-pc-nto-qnx6.5.0-gcc -dM -E - </dev/null | grep -ni endian
- *  67:#define __LITTLEENDIAN__ 1
- *  $ /opt/qnx650/host/linux/x86/usr/bin/mips-unknown-nto-qnx6.5.0-gcc -dM -E - </dev/null | grep -ni endian
- *  81:#define __BIGENDIAN__ 1
- *  $ /opt/qnx650/host/linux/x86/usr/bin/arm-unknown-nto-qnx6.5.0-gcc -dM -E - </dev/null | grep -ni endian
- *  70:#define __LITTLEENDIAN__ 1
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_BYTEORDER)
-#if defined(__LITTLEENDIAN__)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 1
-#elif defined(__BIGENDIAN__)
-#define DUK_USE_BYTEORDER 3
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Alignment requirement and support for unaligned accesses
- *
- *  Assume unaligned accesses are not supported unless specifically allowed
- *  in the target platform.  Some platforms may support unaligned accesses
- *  but alignment to 4 or 8 may still be desirable.
- */
-
-/* If not provided, use safe default for alignment. */
-#if !defined(DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#endif
-
-/* User forced alignment to 4 or 8. */
-#if defined(DUK_OPT_FORCE_ALIGN)
-#undef DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY
-#if (DUK_OPT_FORCE_ALIGN == 4)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 4
-#elif (DUK_OPT_FORCE_ALIGN == 8)
-#define DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY 8
-#else
-#error invalid DUK_OPT_FORCE_ALIGN value
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Compiler specific hackery needed to force struct size to match aligment,
- * see e.g. duk_hbuffer.h.
- *
- * http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11130109/c-struct-size-alignment
- * http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10951039/specifying-64-bit-alignment
- */
-#if !(defined(DUK_USE_PACK_MSVC_PRAGMA) || defined(DUK_USE_PACK_GCC_ATTR) || \
-      defined(DUK_USE_PACK_CLANG_ATTR) || defined(DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER))
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_VA_COPY)
-/* We need va_copy() which is defined in C99 / C++11, so an awkward
- * replacement is needed for pre-C99 / pre-C++11 environments.  This
- * will quite likely need portability hacks for some non-C99
- * environments.
- */
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-/* C99 / C++11 and above: rely on va_copy() which is required.
- * Omit parenthesis on macro right side on purpose to minimize differences
- * to direct use.
- */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) va_copy(dest,src)
-#else
-/* Pre-C99: va_list type is implementation dependent.  This replacement
- * assumes it is a plain value so that a simple assignment will work.
- * This is not the case on all platforms (it may be a single-array element,
- * for instance).
- */
-#define DUK_VA_COPY(dest,src) do { (dest) = (src); } while (0)
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_MACRO_STRINGIFY)
-/* Macro hackery to convert e.g. __LINE__ to a string without formatting,
- * see: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/240353/convert-a-preprocessor-token-to-a-string
- */
-#define DUK_MACRO_STRINGIFY_HELPER(x)  #x
-#define DUK_MACRO_STRINGIFY(x)  DUK_MACRO_STRINGIFY_HELPER(x)
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_CAUSE_SEGFAULT)
-/* This is optionally used by panic handling to cause the program to segfault
- * (instead of e.g. abort()) on panic.  Valgrind will then indicate the C
- * call stack leading to the panic.
- */
-#define DUK_CAUSE_SEGFAULT()  do { *((volatile duk_uint32_t *) NULL) = (duk_uint32_t) 0xdeadbeefUL; } while (0)
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_UNREF)
-/* Macro for suppressing warnings for potentially unreferenced variables.
- * The variables can be actually unreferenced or unreferenced in some
- * specific cases only; for instance, if a variable is only debug printed,
- * it is unreferenced when debug printing is disabled.
- */
-#define DUK_UNREF(x)  do { (void) (x); } while (0)
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_NORETURN)
-#define DUK_NORETURN(decl)  decl
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_UNREACHABLE)
-/* Don't know how to declare unreachable point, so don't do it; this
- * may cause some spurious compilation warnings (e.g. "variable used
- * uninitialized").
- */
-#define DUK_UNREACHABLE()  do { } while (0)
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_LOSE_CONST)
-/* Convert any input pointer into a "void *", losing a const qualifier.
- * This is not fully portable because casting through duk_uintptr_t may
- * not work on all architectures (e.g. those with long, segmented pointers).
- */
-#define DUK_LOSE_CONST(src) ((void *) (duk_uintptr_t) (src))
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_LIKELY)
-#define DUK_LIKELY(x)    (x)
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_UNLIKELY)
-#define DUK_UNLIKELY(x)  (x)
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_NOINLINE)
-#define DUK_NOINLINE       /*nop*/
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_INLINE)
-#define DUK_INLINE         /*nop*/
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE)
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE  /*nop*/
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL_DECL  extern
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_EXTERNAL)
-#define DUK_EXTERNAL       /*empty*/
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_INTERNAL_DECL)
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  static
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL_DECL  extern
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_INTERNAL)
-#if defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       static
-#else
-#define DUK_INTERNAL       /*empty*/
-#endif
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_LOCAL_DECL)
-#define DUK_LOCAL_DECL     static
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_LOCAL)
-#define DUK_LOCAL          static
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_FILE_MACRO)
-#define DUK_FILE_MACRO  __FILE__
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_LINE_MACRO)
-#define DUK_LINE_MACRO  __LINE__
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_FUNC_MACRO)
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99) || defined(DUK_F_CPP11)
-#define DUK_FUNC_MACRO  __func__
-#elif defined(__FUNCTION__)
-#define DUK_FUNC_MACRO  __FUNCTION__
-#else
-#define DUK_FUNC_MACRO  "unknown"
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#if !defined(DUK_BSWAP32)
-#define DUK_BSWAP32(x) \
-	((((duk_uint32_t) (x)) >> 24) | \
-	 ((((duk_uint32_t) (x)) >> 8) & 0xff00UL) | \
-	 ((((duk_uint32_t) (x)) << 8) & 0xff0000UL) | \
-	 (((duk_uint32_t) (x)) << 24))
-#endif
-#if !defined(DUK_BSWAP16)
-#define DUK_BSWAP16(x) \
-	((duk_uint16_t) (x) >> 8) | \
-	((duk_uint16_t) (x) << 8)
-#endif
-
-/* DUK_USE_VARIADIC_MACROS: required from compilers, so no fill-in. */
-/* DUK_USE_UNION_INITIALIZERS: required from compilers, so no fill-in. */
-
-#if !(defined(DUK_USE_FLEX_C99) || defined(DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE) || defined(DUK_USE_FLEX_ONESIZE))
-#if defined(DUK_F_C99)
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_C99
-#else
-#define DUK_USE_FLEX_ZEROSIZE  /* Not standard but common enough */
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#if !(defined(DUK_USE_PACK_GCC_ATTR) || defined(DUK_USE_PACK_CLANG_ATTR) || \
-      defined(DUK_USE_PACK_MSVC_PRAGMA) || defined(DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER))
-#define DUK_USE_PACK_DUMMY_MEMBER
-#endif
-
-#if 0  /* not defined by default */
-#undef DUK_USE_GCC_PRAGMAS
-#endif
-
-/* Workaround for GH-323: avoid inlining control when compiling from
- * multiple sources, as it causes compiler portability trouble.
- */
-#if !defined(DUK_SINGLE_FILE)
-#undef DUK_NOINLINE
-#undef DUK_INLINE
-#undef DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE
-#define DUK_NOINLINE       /*nop*/
-#define DUK_INLINE         /*nop*/
-#define DUK_ALWAYS_INLINE  /*nop*/
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Check whether or not a packed duk_tval representation is possible.
- *  What's basically required is that pointers are 32-bit values
- *  (sizeof(void *) == 4).  Best effort check, not always accurate.
- *  If guess goes wrong, crashes may result; self tests also verify
- *  the guess.
- */
-
-/* Explicit marker needed; may be 'defined', 'undefined, 'or 'not provided'. */
-#if !defined(DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED)
-#undef DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE
-
-/* Strict C99 case: DUK_UINTPTR_MAX (= UINTPTR_MAX) should be very reliable */
-#if !defined(DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE) && defined(DUK_UINTPTR_MAX)
-#if (DUK_UINTPTR_MAX <= 0xffffffffUL)
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* Non-C99 case, still relying on DUK_UINTPTR_MAX, as long as it is not a computed value */
-#if !defined(DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE) && defined(DUK_UINTPTR_MAX) && !defined(DUK_UINTPTR_MAX_COMPUTED)
-#if (DUK_UINTPTR_MAX <= 0xffffffffUL)
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE
-#endif
-#endif
-
-/* DUK_SIZE_MAX (= SIZE_MAX) is often reliable */
-#if !defined(DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE) && defined(DUK_SIZE_MAX) && !defined(DUK_SIZE_MAX_COMPUTED)
-#if (DUK_SIZE_MAX <= 0xffffffffUL)
-#define DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE
-#endif
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#if defined(DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE)
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#endif
-
-#undef DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_POSSIBLE
-#endif  /* DUK_F_PACKED_TVAL_PROVIDED */
-
-/* Feature option forcing. */
-#if defined(DUK_OPT_NO_PACKED_TVAL)
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#elif defined(DUK_OPT_PACKED_TVAL)
-#undef DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#define DUK_USE_PACKED_TVAL
-#endif
-/* Object property allocation layout has implications for memory and code
- * footprint and generated code size/speed.  The best layout also depends
- * on whether the platform has alignment requirements or benefits from
- * having mostly aligned accesses.
- */
-#undef DUK_USE_HOBJECT_LAYOUT_1
-#undef DUK_USE_HOBJECT_LAYOUT_2
-#undef DUK_USE_HOBJECT_LAYOUT_3
-#if (DUK_USE_ALIGN_BY == 1)
-/* On platforms without any alignment issues, layout 1 is preferable
- * because it compiles to slightly less code and provides direct access
- * to property keys.
- */
-#define DUK_USE_HOBJECT_LAYOUT_1
-#else
-/* On other platforms use layout 2, which requires some padding but
- * is a bit more natural than layout 3 in ordering the entries.  Layout
- * 3 is currently not used.
- */
-#define DUK_USE_HOBJECT_LAYOUT_2
-#endif
-
-/* GCC/clang inaccurate math would break compliance and probably duk_tval,
- * so refuse to compile.  Relax this if -ffast-math is tested to work.
- */
-#if defined(__FAST_MATH__)
-#error __FAST_MATH__ defined, refusing to compile
-#endif
-
-/*
- *  Autogenerated defaults
- */
-
-#undef DUK_USE_ASSERTIONS
-#define DUK_USE_AUGMENT_ERROR_CREATE
-#define DUK_USE_AUGMENT_ERROR_THROW
-#define DUK_USE_AVOID_PLATFORM_FUNCPTRS
-#define DUK_USE_BASE64_FASTPATH
-#define DUK_USE_BROWSER_LIKE
-#define DUK_USE_BUFFEROBJECT_SUPPORT
-#undef DUK_USE_BUFLEN16
-#define DUK_USE_BUILTIN_INITJS
-#define DUK_USE_BYTECODE_DUMP_SUPPORT
-#define DUK_USE_COMMONJS_MODULES
-#define DUK_USE_COMPILER_RECLIMIT 2500
-#undef DUK_USE_CPP_EXCEPTIONS
-#undef DUK_USE_DATAPTR16
-#undef DUK_USE_DATAPTR_DEC16
-#undef DUK_USE_DATAPTR_ENC16
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_FORMAT_STRING
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_GET_LOCAL_TZOFFSET
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_GET_NOW
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_PARSE_STRING
-#undef DUK_USE_DATE_PRS_GETDATE
-#undef DUK_USE_DDDPRINT
-#undef DUK_USE_DDPRINT
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUG
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_DUMPHEAP
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_FWD_LOGGING
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_FWD_PRINTALERT
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_INSPECT
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_PAUSE_UNCAUGHT
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_SUPPORT
-#define DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_THROW_NOTIFY
-#undef DUK_USE_DEBUGGER_TRANSPORT_TORTURE
-#define DUK_USE_DEBUG_BUFSIZE 65536L
-#define DUK_USE_DOUBLE_LINKED_HEAP
-#undef DUK_USE_DPRINT
-#undef DUK_USE_DPRINT_COLORS
-#undef DUK_USE_DPRINT_RDTSC
-#define DUK_USE_ERRCREATE
-#define DUK_USE_ERRTHROW
-#define DUK_USE_ES6_OBJECT_PROTO_PROPERTY
-#define DUK_USE_ES6_OBJECT_SETPROTOTYPEOF
-#define DUK_USE_ES6_PROXY
-#define DUK_USE_ES6_REGEXP_BRACES
-#define DUK_USE_ESBC_LIMITS
-#define DUK_USE_ESBC_MAX_BYTES 2147418112L
-#define DUK_USE_ESBC_MAX_LINENUMBER 2147418112L
-#undef DUK_USE_EXEC_FUN_LOCAL
-#undef DUK_USE_EXEC_INDIRECT_BOUND_C

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