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siminterface.h

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// $Id: siminterface.h,v 1.127 2004/10/24 20:04:51 vruppert Exp $
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// Before I can describe what this file is for, I have to make the
// distinction between a configuration interface (CI) and the VGA display
// window (VGAW).  I will try to avoid the term 'GUI' because it is unclear 
// if that means CI or VGAW, and because not all interfaces are graphical 
// anyway.
//
// The traditional Bochs screen is a window with a large VGA display panel and
// a series of buttons (floppy, cdrom, snapshot, power).  Over the years, we
// have collected many implementations of the VGAW for different environments
// and platforms; each implementation is in a separate file under gui/*:
// x.cc, win32.cc, beos.cc, macintosh.cc, etc.  The files gui.h and gui.cc
// define the platform independent part of the VGAW, leaving about 15 methods
// of the bx_gui_c class undefined.  The platform dependent file must 
// implement the remaining 15 methods.
//
// The configuration interface is relatively new, started by Bryce Denney in
// June 2001.  The CI is intended to allow the user to edit a variety of
// configuration and runtime options.  Some options, such as memory size or
// enabling the ethernet card, should only be changed before the simulation
// begins; others, such as floppy disk image, instructions per second, and
// logging options can be safely changed at runtime.  The CI allows the user to
// make these changes.  Before the CI existed, only a few things could be
// changed at runtime, all linked to clicking on the VGAW buttons.
//
// At the time that the CI was conceived, we were still debating what form the
// user interface part would take: stdin/stdout menus, a graphical application
// with menus and dialogs running in a separate thread, or even a tiny web
// server that you can connect to with a web browser.  As a result the
// interface to the CI was designed so that the user interface of the CI 
// could be replaced easily at compile time, or maybe even at runtime via
// a plugin architecture.  To this end, we kept a clear separation between
// the user interface code and the siminterface, the code that interfaces with
// the simulator.  The same siminterface is used all the time, while 
// different implementations of the CI can be switched in reasonably easily.
// Only the CI code uses library specific graphics and I/O functions; the
// siminterface deals in portable abstractions and callback functions.
// The first CI implementation was a series of text mode menus implemented in
// control.cc.
//
// The configuration interface MUST use the siminterface methods to access the
// simulator.  It should not modify settings in some device with code like
// bx_floppy.s.media[2].heads = 17.  If such access is needed, then a
// siminterface method should be written to make the change on the CI's behalf.
// This separation is enforced by the fact that the CI does not even include
// bochs.h.  You'll notice that control.cc include osdep.h, control.h, and
// siminterface.h, so it doesn't know what bx_floppy or bx_cpu_c are.  I'm sure
// some people will say is overly restrictive and/or annoying.  When I set it
// up this way, we were still talking about making the CI in a seperate
// process, where direct method calls would be impossible.  Also, we have been
// considering turning devices into plugin modules which are dynamically 
// linked.  Any direct references to something like bx_floppy.s.media[2].heads
// would have to be reworked before a plugin interface was possible as well.
//
// The siminterface is the glue between the CI and the simulator.  There is
// just one global instance of the siminterface object, which can be referred
// to by the global variable bx_simulator_interface_c *SIM; The base class
// bx_simulator_interface_c, contains only virtual functions and it defines the
// interface that the CI is allowed to use.  In siminterface.cc, a class
// called bx_real_sim_c is defined with bx_simulator_interface_c as its parent
// class.  Bx_real_sim_c implements each of the functions.  The separation into
// parent class and child class leaves the possibility of making a different
// child class that talks to the simulator in a different way (networking for
// example).  If you were writing a user interface in a separate process, you
// could define a subclass of bx_simulator_interface_c called
// bx_siminterface_proxy_c which opens up a network port and turns all method
// calls into network sends and receives.  Because the interface is defined
// entirely by the base class, the code that calls the methods would not know
// the difference.
//
// An important part of the siminterface implementation is the use of parameter
// classes, or bx_param_*.  The parameter classes are described below, where
// they are declared.  Search for "parameter classes" below for detals.
//
// Also this header file declares data structures for certain events that pass
// between the siminterface and the CI.  Search for "event structures" below.



//////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG should be set to 1 when the text mode configuration interface
// is compiled in.  This gives each type of parameter a text_print and text_ask
// method (defined in gui/textconfig.cc) so that you can call text_ask() on any
// kind of parameter to ask the user to edit the value.
//
// I have been considering whether to use the same strategy for the
// wxWindows interface, but I'm not sure if I like it.  One problem is
// that in order to declare member functions that are useful for
// wxWindows, the wxWindows header files would have to be included
// before the param object definitions.  That means that all the
// wxwindows headers would have be included when compiling every
// single bochs file.  One of the things I like about the separation
// between the simulator and CI is that the two parts can be
// compiled without any knowledge of the other.  Bochs doesn't include
// <wx.h>, and the wxwindows CI (wxmain.cc) doesn't need to include <bochs.h>.
// Aside from making compiles faster, this enforces the use of the siminterface
// so it keeps the interface clean (important when we may have multiple UI
// implementations for example).  This argues for keeping UI-specific
// structures out of the simulator interface.  It certainly works ok for the
// text interface, but that's because FILE* is standard and portable.

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// list of possible types for bx_param_c and descendant objects
typedef enum {
  BXT_OBJECT = 201,
  BXT_PARAM,
  BXT_PARAM_NUM,
  BXT_PARAM_BOOL,
  BXT_PARAM_ENUM,
  BXT_PARAM_STRING,
  BXT_LIST
} bx_objtype;

// list if parameter id values.  The actual values are not important;
// it's only important that they all be different from each other.
typedef enum {
  BXP_NULL = 301,
  BXP_IPS,
  BXP_REALTIME_PIT,
  BXP_TEXT_SNAPSHOT_CHECK,
  BXP_VGA_UPDATE_INTERVAL,
  BXP_MOUSE_ENABLED,
  BXP_MEM_SIZE,
  BXP_ROM_PATH,
  BXP_ROM_ADDRESS,
  BXP_VGA_ROM_PATH,
  BXP_OPTROM1_PATH,
  BXP_OPTROM2_PATH,
  BXP_OPTROM3_PATH,
  BXP_OPTROM4_PATH,
  BXP_OPTROM1_ADDRESS,
  BXP_OPTROM2_ADDRESS,
  BXP_OPTROM3_ADDRESS,
  BXP_OPTROM4_ADDRESS,
  BXP_OPTROM_LIST,
  BXP_KBD_SERIAL_DELAY,
  BXP_KBD_PASTE_DELAY,
  BXP_KBD_TYPE,
  BXP_FLOPPY_CMD_DELAY,
  BXP_FLOPPYA_DEVTYPE,
  BXP_FLOPPYA_PATH,
  BXP_FLOPPYA_TYPE,
  BXP_FLOPPYA_STATUS,
  BXP_FLOPPYA,
  BXP_FLOPPYB_DEVTYPE,
  BXP_FLOPPYB_PATH,
  BXP_FLOPPYB_TYPE,
  BXP_FLOPPYB_STATUS,
  BXP_FLOPPYB,

  BXP_ATA0_MENU,
  BXP_ATA1_MENU,
  BXP_ATA2_MENU,
  BXP_ATA3_MENU,
#define BXP_ATAx_MENU(i) (BXP_ATA0_MENU + (i))
  BXP_ATA0,
  BXP_ATA1,
  BXP_ATA2,
  BXP_ATA3,
#define BXP_ATAx(i) (BXP_ATA0 + (i))
  BXP_ATA0_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA1_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA2_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA3_PRESENT,
#define BXP_ATAx_PRESENT(i) (BXP_ATA0_PRESENT + (i))
  BXP_ATA0_IOADDR1,
  BXP_ATA1_IOADDR1,
  BXP_ATA2_IOADDR1,
  BXP_ATA3_IOADDR1,
#define BXP_ATAx_IOADDR1(i) (BXP_ATA0_IOADDR1 + (i))
  BXP_ATA0_IOADDR2,
  BXP_ATA1_IOADDR2,
  BXP_ATA2_IOADDR2,
  BXP_ATA3_IOADDR2,
#define BXP_ATAx_IOADDR2(i) (BXP_ATA0_IOADDR2 + (i))
  BXP_ATA0_IRQ,
  BXP_ATA1_IRQ,
  BXP_ATA2_IRQ,
  BXP_ATA3_IRQ,
#define BXP_ATAx_IRQ(i) (BXP_ATA0_IRQ + (i))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER + (2*(i)) + (s))

#define BXP_PARAMS_PER_ATA_DEVICE 12

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_PRESENT,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_PRESENT,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_PRESENT(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_PRESENT + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_TYPE,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_TYPE,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_TYPE(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_TYPE + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_MODE,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_MODE,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_MODE,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_MODE,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_MODE,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_MODE,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_MODE,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_MODE,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_MODE(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_MODE + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_PATH,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_PATH,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_PATH,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_PATH,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_PATH,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_PATH,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_PATH,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_PATH,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_PATH(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_PATH + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_CYLINDERS,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_CYLINDERS,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_CYLINDERS(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_CYLINDERS + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_HEADS,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_HEADS,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_HEADS(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_HEADS + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_SPT,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_SPT,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_SPT,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_SPT,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_SPT,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_SPT,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_SPT,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_SPT,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_SPT(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_SPT + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_STATUS,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_STATUS,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_STATUS(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_STATUS + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_MODEL,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_MODEL,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_MODEL(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_MODEL + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_BIOSDETECT,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_BIOSDETECT,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_BIOSDETECT(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_BIOSDETECT + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_TRANSLATION,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_TRANSLATION,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_TRANSLATION(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_TRANSLATION + (2*(i)) + (s))

  BXP_ATA0_MASTER_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA0_SLAVE_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA1_MASTER_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA1_SLAVE_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA2_MASTER_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA2_SLAVE_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA3_MASTER_JOURNAL,
  BXP_ATA3_SLAVE_JOURNAL,
#define BXP_ATAx_DEVICE_JOURNAL(i, s) (BXP_ATA0_MASTER_JOURNAL + (2*(i)) + (s))

#define BXP_PARAMS_PER_SERIAL_PORT 3
  BXP_COM1_ENABLED,
  BXP_COM1_MODE,
  BXP_COM1_PATH,
  BXP_COM2_ENABLED,
  BXP_COM2_MODE,
  BXP_COM2_PATH,
  BXP_COM3_ENABLED,
  BXP_COM3_MODE,
  BXP_COM3_PATH,
  BXP_COM4_ENABLED,
  BXP_COM4_MODE,
  BXP_COM4_PATH,
#define BXP_PARAMS_PER_USB_HUB 3
  BXP_USB1_ENABLED,
  BXP_USB1_IOADDR,
  BXP_USB1_IRQ,
  BXP_PRIVATE_COLORMAP,
  BXP_FULLSCREEN,
  BXP_SCREENMODE,
  BXP_I440FX_SUPPORT,
  BXP_PCI,
  BXP_NEWHARDDRIVESUPPORT,
  BXP_LOG_FILENAME,
  BXP_LOG_PREFIX,
  BXP_DEBUGGER_LOG_FILENAME,
  BXP_CMOS_PATH,
  BXP_CMOS_IMAGE,
  BXP_CLOCK,
  BXP_CLOCK_TIME0,
  BXP_CLOCK_SYNC,
  BXP_LOAD32BITOS_WHICH,
  BXP_LOAD32BITOS_PATH,
  BXP_LOAD32BITOS_IOLOG,
  BXP_LOAD32BITOS_INITRD,
  BXP_LOAD32BITOS,
  BXP_BOOTDRIVE1,
  BXP_BOOTDRIVE2,
  BXP_BOOTDRIVE3,
  BXP_FLOPPYSIGCHECK,
  BXP_BOOT,
  BXP_MENU_MAIN,
  BXP_MENU_MEMORY,
  BXP_MENU_INTERFACE,
  BXP_MENU_DISK,
  BXP_MENU_SERIAL_PARALLEL,
  BXP_MENU_SOUND,
  BXP_MENU_KEYBOARD,
  BXP_MENU_MISC,
  BXP_MENU_MISC_2,
  BXP_MENU_RUNTIME,
  BXP_MAX_IPS,
  BXP_NE2K_PRESENT,
  BXP_NE2K_IOADDR,
  BXP_NE2K_IRQ,
  BXP_NE2K_MACADDR,
  BXP_NE2K_ETHMOD,
  BXP_NE2K_ETHDEV,
  BXP_NE2K_SCRIPT,
  BXP_NE2K,
  BXP_PNIC_ENABLED,
  BXP_PNIC_IOADDR,
  BXP_PNIC_IRQ,
  BXP_PNIC_MACADDR,
  BXP_PNIC_ETHMOD,
  BXP_PNIC_ETHDEV,
  BXP_PNIC_SCRIPT,
  BXP_PNIC,
  BXP_NETWORK,
  BXP_PCIDEV_VENDOR,
  BXP_PCIDEV_DEVICE,
  BXP_PCIDEV,
  BXP_SB16_PRESENT,
  BXP_SB16_MIDIFILE,
  BXP_SB16_WAVEFILE,
  BXP_SB16_LOGFILE,
  BXP_SB16_MIDIMODE,
  BXP_SB16_WAVEMODE,
  BXP_SB16_LOGLEVEL,
  BXP_SB16_DMATIMER,
  BXP_SB16,
#define BXP_PARAMS_PER_PARALLEL_PORT 2
  BXP_PARPORT1_ENABLED,
  BXP_PARPORT1_OUTFILE,
  BXP_PARPORT2_ENABLED,
  BXP_PARPORT2_OUTFILE,
#define BXP_PARAMS_PER_PCI_SLOT 2
  BXP_PCI_SLOT1_USED,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT1_DEVNAME,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT2_USED,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT2_DEVNAME,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT3_USED,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT3_DEVNAME,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT4_USED,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT4_DEVNAME,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT5_USED,
  BXP_PCI_SLOT5_DEVNAME,
  BXP_KEYBOARD_USEMAPPING,
  BXP_KEYBOARD_MAP,
  BXP_KEYBOARD,
  BXP_USER_SHORTCUT,
  BXP_ASK_FOR_PATHNAME,   // for general file selection dialog
  BXP_BOCHS_START,        // How Bochs starts
  // experiment: add params for CPU registers
  BXP_CPU_PARAMETERS,
  BXP_CPU_EAX,
  BXP_CPU_EBX,
  BXP_CPU_ECX,
  BXP_CPU_EDX,
  BXP_CPU_EBP,
  BXP_CPU_ESI,
  BXP_CPU_EDI,
  BXP_CPU_ESP,
  BXP_CPU_EIP,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_CS,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_DS,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_SS,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_ES,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_FS,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_GS,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_LDTR,
  BXP_CPU_SEG_TR,
  BXP_CPU_GDTR_BASE,
  BXP_CPU_GDTR_LIMIT,
  BXP_CPU_IDTR_BASE,
  BXP_CPU_IDTR_LIMIT,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_ID,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_VIP,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_VIF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_AC,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_VM,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_RF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_NT,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_IOPL,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_OF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_DF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_IF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_TF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_SF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_ZF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_AF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_PF,
  BXP_CPU_EFLAGS_CF,
  BXP_CPU_DR0,
  BXP_CPU_DR1,
  BXP_CPU_DR2,
  BXP_CPU_DR3,
  BXP_CPU_DR6,
  BXP_CPU_DR7,
  BXP_CPU_TR3,
  BXP_CPU_TR4,
  BXP_CPU_TR5,
  BXP_CPU_TR6,
  BXP_CPU_TR7,
  BXP_CPU_CR0,
  BXP_CPU_CR1,
  BXP_CPU_CR2,
  BXP_CPU_CR3,
  BXP_CPU_CR4,
  // a few parameters for the keyboard
  BXP_KBD_PARAMETERS,
  BXP_KBD_PARE,
  BXP_KBD_TIM ,
  BXP_KBD_AUXB,
  BXP_KBD_KEYL,
  BXP_KBD_C_D,
  BXP_KBD_SYSF,
  BXP_KBD_INPB,
  BXP_KBD_OUTB,
  BXP_KBD_TIMER_PENDING,
  BXP_KBD_IRQ1_REQ,
  BXP_KBD_IRQ12_REQ,
#if BX_DEBUGGER
  // in debugger, is the simulation running (continue command) or waiting.
  // This is only modified by debugger code, not by the user.
  BXP_DEBUG_RUNNING,
#endif
  BXP_SEL_CONFIG_INTERFACE,
  BXP_SEL_DISPLAY_LIBRARY,
  BXP_DISPLAYLIB_OPTIONS,
  BXP_THIS_IS_THE_LAST    // used to determine length of list
} bx_id;

// use x=1,2,3,4
#define BXP_COMx_ENABLED(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_COM1_ENABLED + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_SERIAL_PORT))
#define BXP_COMx_MODE(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_COM1_MODE + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_SERIAL_PORT))
#define BXP_COMx_PATH(x) \
  (bx_id)(BXP_COM1_PATH + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_SERIAL_PORT))

// use x=1
#define BXP_USBx_ENABLED(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_USB1_ENABLED + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_USB_HUB))
#define BXP_USBx_IOADDR(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_USB1_IOADDR + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_USB_HUB))
#define BXP_USBx_IRQ(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_USB1_IRQ + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_USB_HUB))

// use x=1,2
#define BXP_PARPORTx_ENABLED(x) \
  (bx_id)(BXP_PARPORT1_ENABLED + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_PARALLEL_PORT))
#define BXP_PARPORTx_OUTFILE(x) \
  (bx_id)(BXP_PARPORT1_OUTFILE + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_PARALLEL_PORT))

// use x=1,2,3,4,5
#define BXP_PCISLOTx_USED(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_PCI_SLOT1_USED + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_PCI_SLOT))
#define BXP_PCISLOTx_DEVNAME(x) \
   (bx_id)(BXP_PCI_SLOT1_DEVNAME + (((x)-1)*BXP_PARAMS_PER_PCI_SLOT))

typedef enum {
  BX_TOOLBAR_UNDEFINED,
  BX_TOOLBAR_FLOPPYA,
  BX_TOOLBAR_FLOPPYB,
  BX_TOOLBAR_CDROMD,
  BX_TOOLBAR_RESET,
  BX_TOOLBAR_POWER,
  BX_TOOLBAR_COPY,
  BX_TOOLBAR_PASTE,
  BX_TOOLBAR_SNAPSHOT,
  BX_TOOLBAR_CONFIG,
  BX_TOOLBAR_MOUSE_EN,
  BX_TOOLBAR_USER
} bx_toolbar_buttons;

// Log level defines
typedef enum {
  LOGLEV_DEBUG = 0,
  LOGLEV_INFO,
  LOGLEV_ERROR,
  LOGLEV_PANIC,
  LOGLEV_PASS,
  N_LOGLEV
} bx_log_levels;

// types of reset
#define BX_RESET_SOFTWARE 10
#define BX_RESET_HARDWARE 11

//cdrom
#define BX_EJECTED   10
#define BX_INSERTED  11

// boot devices (using the same values as the rombios)
#define BX_BOOT_NONE    0
#define BX_BOOT_FLOPPYA 1
#define BX_BOOT_DISKC   2
#define BX_BOOT_CDROM   3

// loader hack
#define Load32bitOSNone        0
#define Load32bitOSLinux       1
#define Load32bitOSNullKernel  2 // being developed for plex86
#define Load32bitOSLast        2

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// event structures for communication between simulator and CI
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Because the CI (configuration interface) might be in a different
// thread or even a different process, we pass events encoded in data
// structures to it instead of just calling functions.  Each type of
// event is declared as a different structure, and then all those
// structures are squished into a union in BxEvent.  (BTW, this is
// almost exactly how X windows event structs work.)
//
// These are simple structs, unblemished by C++ methods and tricks.
// No matter what event type it is, we allocate a BxEvent for each
// one, as opposed to trying to save a few bytes on small events by
// allocating only the bytes necessary for it.  This makes it easy and
// fast to store events in a queue, like this
//   BxEvent event_queue[MAX_EVENTS];
//
// Events come in two varieties: synchronous and asynchronous.  We
// have to worry about sync and async events because the CI and the
// simulation may be running in different threads.  An async event is
// the simplest.  Whichever thread originates the event just builds
// the data structure, sends it, and then continues with its business.
// Async events can go in either direction.  Synchronous events
// require the other thread to "respond" before the originating thread
// can continue.  It's like a function with a return value; you can't
// continue until you get the return value back.
//
// Examples:
//
// async event: In the wxWindows implementation, both the CI and the
// VGAW operate in the wxWindows GUI thread.  When the user presses a
// key, wxWindows sends a wxKeyEvent to the VGAW event handler code in
// wx.cc.  The VGAW handler then builds a BxEvent with
// type=BX_ASYNC_EVT_KEY, and fills in the bx_key and raw_scancode
// fields.  The asynchronous event is placed on the event_queue for
// the simulator, then the VGAW handler returns.  (With wxWindows and
// many other graphical libaries, the event handler must return
// quickly because the window will not be updated until it's done.)
// Some time later, the simulator reaches the point where it checks
// for new events from the user (actually controlled by
// bx_keyb_c::periodic() in iodev/keyboard.cc) and calls
// bx_gui.handle_events().  Then all the events in the queue are
// processed by the simulator.  There is no "response" sent back to
// the originating thread.
//
// sync event: Sometimes the simulator reaches a point where it needs
// to ask the user how to proceed.  In this case, the simulator sends
// a synchronous event because it requires a response before it can 
// continue.  It builds an event structure, perhaps with type
// BX_SYNC_EVT_ASK_PARAM, sends it to the user interface 
// using the event handler function defined by set_notify_callback(),
// and pauses the simulation.  The user interface asks the user the
// question, and puts the answer into the BxEvent.retcode field.  The
// event handler function returns the modified BxEvent with retcode
// filled in, and the simulation continues.  The details of this
// transaction can be complicated if the simulation and CI are not
// in the same thread, but the behavior is as described.
//

///// types and definitions used in event structures

#define BX_EVT_IS_ASYNC(type) ((type) > __ALL_EVENTS_BELOW_ARE_ASYNC__)

typedef enum {
  __ALL_EVENTS_BELOW_ARE_SYNCHRONOUS__ = 2000,
  BX_SYNC_EVT_GET_PARAM,          // CI -> simulator -> CI
  BX_SYNC_EVT_ASK_PARAM,          // simulator -> CI -> simulator
  BX_SYNC_EVT_TICK,               // simulator -> CI, wait for response.
  BX_SYNC_EVT_LOG_ASK,            // simulator -> CI, wait for response.
  BX_SYNC_EVT_GET_DBG_COMMAND,    // simulator -> CI, wait for response.
  __ALL_EVENTS_BELOW_ARE_ASYNC__,
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_KEY,               // vga window -> simulator
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_MOUSE,             // vga window -> simulator
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_SET_PARAM,         // CI -> simulator
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_LOG_MSG,           // simulator -> CI
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_DBG_MSG,           // simulator -> CI
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_VALUE_CHANGED,     // simulator -> CI
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_TOOLBAR,           // CI -> simulator
  BX_ASYNC_EVT_REFRESH            // simulator -> CI
} BxEventType;

typedef union {
  Bit32s s32;
  char *charptr;
} AnyParamVal;

// Define substructures which make up the interior of BxEvent.  The
// substructures, such as BxKeyEvent or BxMouseEvent, should never be
// allocated on their own.  They are only intended to be used within
// the union in the BxEvent structure.

// Event type: BX_SYNC_EVT_TICK
//
// A tick event is synchronous, sent from the simulator to the GUI.  The
// event doesn't do anything visible.  Primarily it gives the GUI a chance
// to tell the simulator to quit, if necessary.  There may be other uses
// for the tick in the future, such as giving some kind of regular
// status report or mentioning watched values that changed, but so far
// it's just for that one thing.  There is no data associated with a
// tick event.

// Event type: BX_ASYNC_EVT_KEY
//
// A key event can be sent from the VGA window to the Bochs simulator.  
// It is asynchronous.
typedef struct {
  // what was pressed?  This is a BX_KEY_* value.  For key releases,
  // BX_KEY_RELEASED is ORed with the base BX_KEY_*.
  Bit32u bx_key;
  bx_bool raw_scancode;
} BxKeyEvent;

// Event type: BX_ASYNC_EVT_MOUSE
//
// A mouse event can be sent from the VGA window to the Bochs
// simulator.  It is asynchronous.  Currently unused because mouse
// events aren't implemented in our wxWindows code yet.
typedef struct {
  // type is BX_EVT_MOUSE
  Bit16s dx, dy;           // mouse motion delta
  Bit8u buttons;           // which buttons are pressed.
                           // bit 0: 1=left button down, 0=up
                           // bit 1: 1=right button down, 0=up
} BxMouseEvent;

// Event type: BX_SYNC_EVT_GET_PARAM, BX_ASYNC_EVT_SET_PARAM
//
// Parameter set/get events are initiated by the CI, since Bochs can
// always access the parameters directly.  So far, I haven't used
// these event types.  In the CI I just call
// SIM->get_param(parameter_id) to get a pointer to the bx_param_c
// object and then call the get/set methods.  This is okay for
// configuration since bochs is not running.  However it could be
// dangerous for the GUI thread to poke around in Bochs structures
// while the thread is running.  For these cases, I may have to be
// more careful and actually build get/set events and place them on
// Bochs's event queue to be processed during SIM->periodic() or
// something.
typedef struct {
  // type is BX_EVT_GET_PARAM, BX_EVT_SET_PARAM
  class bx_param_c *param;         // pointer to param structure
  AnyParamVal val;
} BxParamEvent;

// Event type: BX_SYNC_EVT_ASK_PARAM
// Synchronous event sent from the simulator to the CI.  This tells the
// CI to ask the user to choose the value of a parameter.  The CI may 
// need to discover the type of parameter so that it can use the right
// kind of graphical display.  The BxParamEvent is used for these events
// too.
// FIXME: at the moment the GUI implements the ASK_PARAM event for just
// a few parameter types.  I need to implement the event for all parameter
// types.

// Event type: BX_ASYNC_EVT_VALUE_CHANGED
// 
// Asynchronous event sent from the simulator to the CI, telling it that
// some value that it (hopefully) cares about has changed.  This isn't
// being used yet, but a good example is in a debugger interface, you might
// want to maintain a reasonably current display of the PC or some other
// simulation state.  The CI would set some kind of event mask (which
// doesn't exist now of course) and then when certain values change, the
// simulator would send this event so that the CI can update.  We may need
// some kind of "flow control" since the simulator will be able to produce
// new events much faster than the gui can accept them.

// Event type: BX_ASYNC_EVT_LOG_MSG   (unused)
//
// Asynchronous event from the simulator to the CI.  When a BX_PANIC,
// BX_ERROR, BX_INFO, or BX_DEBUG is found in the simulator code, this 
// event type can be used to inform the CI of the condition.  There is
// no point in sending messages to the CI that will not be displayed; these
// would only slow the simulation.  So we will need some mechanism for 
// choosing what kinds of events will be delivered to the CI.  Normally,
// you wouldn't want to look at the log unless something is going wrong.
// At that point, you might want to open up a window to watch the debug
// messages from one or two devices only.
//
// Idea: Except for panics that require user attention to continue, it
// might be most efficient to just append log messages to a file.
// When the user wants to look at the log messages, the gui can reopen
// the file (read only), skip to the end, and look backward for a
// reasonable number of lines to display (200?).  This allows it to
// skip over huge bursts of log entries without allocating memory,
// synchronizing threads, etc. for each.
typedef struct {
  Bit8u level;
  const char *prefix;
  const char *msg;
} BxLogMsgEvent;

// Event type: BX_ASYNC_EVT_DBG_MSG   (unused)
//
// Also uses BxLogMsgEvent, but this is a message to be displayed in
// the debugger history window.

// Event type: BX_SYNC_EVT_LOG_ASK
//
// This is a synchronous version of BX_ASYNC_EVT_LOG_MSG, which is used
// when the "action=ask" setting is used.  If the simulator runs into a
// panic, it sends a synchronous BX_SYNC_EVT_LOG_ASK to the CI to be
// displayed.  The CI shows a dialog that asks if the user wants to 
// continue, quit, etc. and sends the answer back to the simulator.
// This event also uses BxLogMsgEvent.
enum {
  BX_LOG_ASK_CHOICE_CONTINUE,
  BX_LOG_ASK_CHOICE_CONTINUE_ALWAYS,
  BX_LOG_ASK_CHOICE_DIE,
  BX_LOG_ASK_CHOICE_DUMP_CORE,
  BX_LOG_ASK_CHOICE_ENTER_DEBUG,
  BX_LOG_ASK_N_CHOICES
};

// Event type: BX_SYNC_EVT_GET_DBG_COMMAND
//
// This is a synchronous event sent from the simulator to the debugger
// requesting the next action.  In a text mode debugger, this would prompt
// the user for the next command.  When a new command is ready, the
// synchronous event is sent back with its fields filled in.
typedef struct {
  char *command;   // null terminated string. allocated by debugger interface
                   // with new operator, freed by simulator with delete.
} BxDebugCommand;



// Event type: BX_EVT_TOOLBAR
// Asynchronous event from the VGAW to the simulator, sent when the user
// clicks on a toolbar button.  This may one day become something more 
// general, like a command event, but at the moment it's only needed for
// the toolbar events.
typedef struct {
  bx_toolbar_buttons button;
  bool on;   // for toggling buttons, on=true means the toolbar button is
             // pressed. on=false means it is not pressed.
} BxToolbarEvent;

// The BxEvent structure should be used for all events.  Every event has
// a type and a spot for a return code (only used for synchronous events).
typedef struct {
  BxEventType type; // what kind is this?
  Bit32s retcode;   // sucess or failure. only used for synchronous events.
  union {
    BxKeyEvent key;
    BxMouseEvent mouse;
    BxParamEvent param;
    BxLogMsgEvent logmsg;
    BxToolbarEvent toolbar;
    BxDebugCommand debugcmd;
  } u;
} BxEvent;


////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// parameter classes: bx_param_c and family
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// All variables that can be configured through the CI are declared as
// "parameters" or objects of type bx_param_*.  There is a bx_param_*
// class for each type of data that the user would need to see and
// edit, e.g. integer, boolean, enum, string, filename, or list of
// other parameters.  The purpose of the bx_param_* class, in addition
// to storing the parameter's value, is to hold the name, description,
// and constraints on the value.  The bx_param_* class should hold
// everything that the CI would need to display the value and allow
// the user to modify it.  For integer parameters, the minimum and
// maximum allowed value can be defined, and the base in which it
// should be displayed and interpreted.  For enums, the
// bx_param_enum_c structure includes the list of values which the
// parameter can have.
//
// Also, some parameter classes support get/set callback functions to
// allow arbitrary code to be executed when the parameter is get/set. 
// An example of where this is useful: if you disable the NE2K card,
// the set() handler for that parameter can tell the user interface
// that the NE2K's irq, I/O address, and mac address should be
// disabled (greyed out, hidden, or made inaccessible).  The get/set
// methods can also check if the set() value is acceptable using
// whatever means and override it.
//
// The parameter concept is similar to the use of parameters in JavaBeans.

class bx_object_c;
class bx_param_c;
class bx_param_num_c;
class bx_param_enum_c;
class bx_param_bool_c;
class bx_param_string_c;
class bx_param_filename_c;
class bx_list_c;

class BOCHSAPI bx_object_c {
private:
  bx_id id;
  bx_objtype type;
protected:
  void set_type (bx_objtype type);
public:
  bx_object_c (bx_id id);
  bx_id get_id () { return id; }
  Bit8u get_type () { return type; }
};

class BOCHSAPI bx_param_c : public bx_object_c {
  BOCHSAPI_CYGONLY static const char *default_text_format;
protected:
  char *name;
  char *description;
  char *label; // label string for text menus and gui dialogs
  const char *text_format;  // printf format string. %d for ints, %s for strings, etc.
  char *ask_format;  // format string for asking for a new value
  char *group_name;  // name of the group the param belongs to
  int runtime_param;
  int enabled;
public:
  bx_param_c (bx_id id, char *name, char *description);
  void set_format (const char *format) {text_format = format;}
  const char *get_format () {return text_format;}
  void set_ask_format (char *format) {ask_format = format; }
  char *get_ask_format () {return ask_format;}
  void set_label (char *text) {label = text;}
  char *get_label () {return label;}
  void set_runtime_param (int val) { runtime_param = val; }
  int get_runtime_param () { return runtime_param; }
  void set_group (char *group) {group_name = group;}
  char *get_group () {return group_name;}
  char *get_name () { return name; }
  char *get_description () { return description; }
  int get_enabled () { return enabled; }
  virtual void set_enabled (int enabled) { this->enabled = enabled; }
  void reset () {}
  int getint () {return -1;}
  static const char* set_default_format (const char *f);
  static const char *get_default_format () { return default_text_format; }
  virtual bx_list_c *get_dependent_list () { return NULL; }
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *fp) {}
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout) {return -1;}
#endif
};

typedef Bit64s (*param_event_handler)(class bx_param_c *, int set, Bit64s val);
typedef int (*param_enable_handler)(class bx_param_c *, int en);

class BOCHSAPI bx_param_num_c : public bx_param_c {
  BOCHSAPI_CYGONLY static Bit32u default_base;
  // The dependent_list is initialized to NULL.  If dependent_list is modified
  // to point to a bx_list_c of other parameters, the set() method of
  // bx_param_bool_c will enable those parameters when this bool is true, and
  // disable them when this bool is false.
  bx_list_c *dependent_list;
  void update_dependents ();
protected:
  Bit64s min, max, initial_val;
  union _uval_ {
    Bit64s number;   // used by bx_param_num_c
    Bit64s *p64bit;  // used by bx_shadow_num_c
    Bit32s *p32bit;  // used by bx_shadow_num_c
    Bit16s *p16bit;  // used by bx_shadow_num_c
    Bit8s  *p8bit;    // used by bx_shadow_num_c
    bx_bool *pbool;  // used by bx_shadow_bool_c
  } val;
  param_event_handler handler;
  param_enable_handler enable_handler;
  int base;
  Bit32u options;
public:
  enum {
    // When a bx_param_num_c is displayed in dialog, USE_SPIN_CONTROL controls
    // whether a spin control should be used instead of a simple text control.
    USE_SPIN_CONTROL = (1<<0)
  } bx_numopt_bits;
  bx_param_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit64s min, Bit64s max, Bit64s initial_val);
  void reset ();
  void set_handler (param_event_handler handler);
  void set_enable_handler (param_enable_handler handler);
  virtual bx_list_c *get_dependent_list () { return dependent_list; }
  void set_dependent_list (bx_list_c *l);
  virtual void set_enabled (int enabled);
  virtual Bit32s get () { return (Bit32s) get64(); }
  virtual Bit64s get64 ();
  virtual void set (Bit64s val);
  void set_base (int base) { this->base = base; }
  void set_initial_val (Bit64s initial_val);
  int get_base () { return base; }
  void set_range (Bit64u min, Bit64u max);
  Bit64s get_min () { return min; }
  Bit64s get_max () { return max; }
  static Bit32u set_default_base (Bit32u val);
  static Bit32u get_default_base () { return default_base; }
  void set_options (Bit32u options) { this->options = options; }
  Bit32u get_options () { return options; }
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *fp);
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout);
#endif
};

// a bx_shadow_num_c is like a bx_param_num_c except that it doesn't
// store the actual value with its data. Instead, it uses val.p32bit
// to keep a pointer to the actual data.  This is used to register
// existing variables as parameters, without have to access it via
// set/get methods.
class BOCHSAPI bx_shadow_num_c : public bx_param_num_c {
  Bit8u varsize;   // must be 64, 32, 16, or 8
  Bit8u lowbit;   // range of bits associated with this param
  Bit64u mask;     // mask is ANDed with value before it is returned from get
public:
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit64s *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 63,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit64u *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 63,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit32s *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 31,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit32u *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 31,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit16s *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 15,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit16u *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 15,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit8s *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 7,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  bx_shadow_num_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit8u *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u highbit = 7,
      Bit8u lowbit = 0);
  virtual Bit64s get64 ();
  virtual void set (Bit64s val);
};

class BOCHSAPI bx_param_bool_c : public bx_param_num_c {
  // many boolean variables are used to enable/disable modules.  In the
  // user interface, the enable variable should enable/disable all the
  // other parameters associated with that module.
public:
  bx_param_bool_c (bx_id id, 
      char *name,
      char *description,
      Bit64s initial_val);
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *fp);
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout);
#endif
};

// a bx_shadow_bool_c is a shadow param based on bx_param_bool_c.
class BOCHSAPI bx_shadow_bool_c : public bx_param_bool_c {
  // each bit of a bitfield can be a separate value.  bitnum tells which
  // bit is used.  get/set will only modify that bit.
  Bit8u bitnum;
public:
  bx_shadow_bool_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      bx_bool *ptr_to_real_val,
      Bit8u bitnum = 0);
  virtual Bit64s get64 ();
  virtual void set (Bit64s val);
};


class BOCHSAPI bx_param_enum_c : public bx_param_num_c {
  char **choices;
public:
  bx_param_enum_c (bx_id id, 
      char *name,
      char *description,
      char **choices,
      Bit64s initial_val,
      Bit64s value_base = 0);
  char *get_choice (int n) { return choices[n]; }
  int find_by_name (const char *string);
  bool set_by_name (const char *string);
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *fp);
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout);
#endif
};

typedef char* (*param_string_event_handler)(class bx_param_string_c *, int set, char *val, int maxlen);

class BOCHSAPI bx_param_string_c : public bx_param_c {
  int maxsize;
  char *val, *initial_val;
  param_string_event_handler handler;
  param_enable_handler enable_handler;
  bx_param_num_c *options;
  char separator;
public:
  enum {
    RAW_BYTES = 1,         // use binary text editor, like MAC addr
    IS_FILENAME = 2,       // 1=yes it's a filename, 0=not a filename.
                           // Some guis have a file browser. This
                           // bit suggests that they use it.
    SAVE_FILE_DIALOG = 4   // Use save dialog opposed to open file dialog
  } bx_string_opt_bits;
  bx_param_string_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      char *initial_val,
      int maxsize=-1);
  virtual ~bx_param_string_c ();
  void reset ();
  void set_handler (param_string_event_handler handler);
  void set_enable_handler (param_enable_handler handler);
  virtual void set_enabled (int enabled);
  Bit32s get (char *buf, int len);
  char *getptr () {return val; }
  void set (char *buf);
  bx_bool equals (const char *buf);
  bx_param_num_c *get_options () { return options; }
  void set_separator (char sep) {separator = sep; }
  char get_separator () {return separator; }
  int get_maxsize () {return maxsize; }
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *fp);
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout);
#endif
};

// Declare a filename class.  It is identical to a string, except that
// it initializes the options differently.  This is just a shortcut
// for declaring a string param and setting the options with IS_FILENAME.
class BOCHSAPI bx_param_filename_c : public bx_param_string_c {
public:
  bx_param_filename_c (bx_id id,
      char *name,
      char *description,
      char *initial_val,
      int maxsize=-1);
};

class BOCHSAPI bx_list_c : public bx_param_c {
private:
  // just a list of bx_param_c objects.  size tells current number of
  // objects in the list, and maxsize tells how many list items are
  // allocated in the constructor.
  bx_param_c **list;
  int size, maxsize;
  // options is a bit field whose bits are defined by bx_listopt_bits ORed
  // together.  Options is a bx_param so that if necessary the bx_list could
  // install a handler to cause get/set of options to have side effects.
  bx_param_num_c *options;
  // for a menu, the value of choice before the call to "ask" is default.
  // After ask, choice holds the value that the user chose.  Choice defaults
  // to 1 in the constructor.
  bx_param_num_c *choice;
  // title of the menu or series
  bx_param_string_c *title;
  // if the menu shows a "return to previous menu" type of choice,
  // this controls where that choice will go.
  bx_param_c *parent;
  void init ();
public:
  enum {
    // When a bx_list_c is displayed as a menu, SHOW_PARENT controls whether or
    // not the menu shows a "Return to parent menu" choice or not.
    SHOW_PARENT = (1<<0),
    // Some lists are best displayed shown as menus, others as a series of
    // related questions.  This bit suggests to the CI that the series of
    // questions format is preferred.
    SERIES_ASK = (1<<1),
    // When a bx_list_c is displayed in a dialog, USE_TAB_WINDOW suggests
    // to the CI that each item in the list should be shown as a separate
    // tab.  This would be most appropriate when each item is another list
    // of parameters.
    USE_TAB_WINDOW = (1<<2),
    // When a bx_list_c is displayed in a dialog, the list name is used as the
    // label of the group box if USE_BOX_TITLE is set. This is only necessary if
    // more than one list appears in a dialog box.
    USE_BOX_TITLE = (1<<3),
    // When a bx_list_c is displayed as a menu, SHOW_GROUP_NAME controls whether
    // or not the name of group the item belongs to is added to the name of the
    // item (used in the runtime menu).
    SHOW_GROUP_NAME = (1<<4)
  } bx_listopt_bits;
  bx_list_c (bx_id id, int maxsize);
  bx_list_c (bx_id id, char *name, char *description, bx_param_c **init_list);
  bx_list_c (bx_id id, char *name, char *description, int maxsize);
  virtual ~bx_list_c();
  bx_list_c *clone ();
  void add (bx_param_c *param);
  bx_param_c *get (int index);
  int get_size () { return size; }
  bx_param_num_c *get_options () { return options; }
  void set_options (bx_param_num_c *newopt) { options = newopt; }
  bx_param_num_c *get_choice () { return choice; }
  bx_param_string_c *get_title () { return title; }
  void set_parent (bx_param_c *newparent) { parent = newparent; }
  bx_param_c *get_parent () { return parent; }
#if BX_USE_TEXTCONFIG
  virtual void text_print (FILE *);
  virtual int text_ask (FILE *fpin, FILE *fpout);
#endif
};

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////


// These are the different start modes.
enum {
  // Just start the simulation without running the configuration interface
  // at all, unless something goes wrong.
  BX_QUICK_START = 200,
  // Run the configuration interface.  The default action will be to load a
  // configuration file.  This makes sense if a config file could not be
  // loaded, either because it wasn't found or because it had errors.
  BX_LOAD_START,
  // Run the configuration interface.  The default action will be to
  // edit the configuration.
  BX_EDIT_START,
  // Run the configuration interface, but make the default action be to
  // start the simulation.
  BX_RUN_START
};

#define BX_FLOPPY_NONE   10 // floppy not present
#define BX_FLOPPY_1_2    11 // 1.2M  5.25"
#define BX_FLOPPY_1_44   12 // 1.44M 3.5"
#define BX_FLOPPY_2_88   13 // 2.88M 3.5"
#define BX_FLOPPY_720K   14 // 720K  3.5"
#define BX_FLOPPY_360K   15 // 360K  5.25"
#define BX_FLOPPY_160K   16 // 160K  5.25"
#define BX_FLOPPY_180K   17 // 180K  5.25"
#define BX_FLOPPY_320K   18 // 320K  5.25"
#define BX_FLOPPY_LAST   18 // last legal value of floppy type

#define BX_FLOPPY_UNKNOWN  20 // image size doesn't match one of the types above

#define BX_ATA_DEVICE_DISK      0
#define BX_ATA_DEVICE_CDROM     1
#define BX_ATA_DEVICE_LAST      1

#define BX_ATA_BIOSDETECT_NONE      0
#define BX_ATA_BIOSDETECT_AUTO      1
#define BX_ATA_BIOSDETECT_CMOS      2

#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_NONE      0
#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_LBA       1
#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_LARGE     2
#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_RECHS     3
#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_AUTO      4
#define BX_ATA_TRANSLATION_LAST      4

#define BX_ATA_MODE_FLAT        0
#define BX_ATA_MODE_CONCAT      1
#define BX_ATA_MODE_EXTDISKSIM  2
#define BX_ATA_MODE_DLL_HD      3
#define BX_ATA_MODE_SPARSE      4
#define BX_ATA_MODE_VMWARE3     5
#define BX_ATA_MODE_UNDOABLE    6
#define BX_ATA_MODE_GROWING     7
#define BX_ATA_MODE_VOLATILE    8
#define BX_ATA_MODE_LAST        8
//#define BX_ATA_MODE_Z_UNDOABLE  9
//#define BX_ATA_MODE_Z_VOLATILE  10
//#define BX_ATA_MODE_SPLIT       6

#define BX_CLOCK_SYNC_NONE     0
#define BX_CLOCK_SYNC_REALTIME 1
#define BX_CLOCK_SYNC_SLOWDOWN 2
#define BX_CLOCK_SYNC_BOTH     3
#define BX_CLOCK_SYNC_LAST     3

#define BX_CLOCK_TIME0_LOCAL     1
#define BX_CLOCK_TIME0_UTC       2

BOCHSAPI extern char *bochs_start_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_bochs_start_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *floppy_type_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int floppy_type_n_sectors[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_floppy_type_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *floppy_status_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_floppy_status_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *bochs_bootdisk_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_bochs_bootdisk_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *loader_os_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_loader_os_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *keyboard_type_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_keyboard_type_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *atadevice_type_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_atadevice_type_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *atadevice_mode_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_atadevice_mode_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *atadevice_status_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_atadevice_status_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *atadevice_biosdetect_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_atadevice_biosdetect_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *atadevice_translation_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int n_atadevice_translation_names;
BOCHSAPI extern char *clock_sync_names[];
BOCHSAPI extern int clock_sync_n_names;

typedef struct {
  bx_param_enum_c *Odevtype;
  bx_param_string_c *Opath;
  bx_param_enum_c *Otype;
  bx_param_enum_c *Ostatus;
  } bx_floppy_options;

typedef struct {
  bx_list_c *Omenu;
  bx_param_bool_c *Opresent;
  bx_param_enum_c *Otype;
  bx_param_enum_c *Omode;
  bx_param_string_c *Opath;
  bx_param_string_c *Ojournal;
  bx_param_num_c *Ocylinders;
  bx_param_num_c *Oheads;
  bx_param_num_c *Ospt;
  bx_param_enum_c *Ostatus;
  bx_param_string_c *Omodel;
  bx_param_enum_c *Obiosdetect;
  bx_param_enum_c *Otranslation;
  } bx_atadevice_options;

typedef struct {
  bx_param_bool_c *Oenabled;
  bx_param_enum_c *Omode;
  bx_param_string_c *Odev;
  } bx_serial_options;

typedef struct {
  bx_param_bool_c *Oenabled;
  bx_param_num_c *Oioaddr;
  bx_param_num_c *Oirq;
  } bx_usb_options;

typedef struct {
  bx_param_bool_c *Oenabled;
  bx_param_num_c *Oioaddr;
  bx_param_num_c *Oirq;
  bx_param_string_c *Omacaddr;
  bx_param_enum_c *Oethmod;
  bx_param_string_c *Oethdev;
  bx_param_string_c *Oscript;
  } bx_pnic_options;

typedef struct {
  bx_param_bool_c *Oused;
  bx_param_string_c *Odevname;
  } bx_pcislot_options;

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// base class simulator interface, contains just virtual functions.
// I'm not longer sure that having a base class is going to be of any
// use... -Bryce

#include <setjmp.h>

enum ci_command_t { CI_START, CI_RUNTIME_CONFIG, CI_SHUTDOWN };
enum ci_return_t { 
  CI_OK,                  // normal return value 
  CI_ERR_NO_TEXT_CONSOLE  // err: can't work because there's no text console
  };
typedef int (*config_interface_callback_t)(void *userdata, ci_command_t command);

// bx_gui->set_display_mode() changes the mode between the configuration
// interface and the simulation.  This is primarily intended for display
// libraries which have a full-screen mode such as SDL, term, and svgalib.  The
// display mode is set to DISP_MODE_CONFIG before displaying any configuration
// menus, for panics that requires user input, when entering the debugger, etc.
// It is set to DISP_MODE_SIM when the Bochs simulation resumes.  The constants
// are defined here so that configuration interfaces can use them with the
// bx_simulator_interface_c::set_display_mode() method.
enum disp_mode_t { DISP_MODE_CONFIG=100, DISP_MODE_SIM };

class BOCHSAPI bx_simulator_interface_c {
public:
  bx_simulator_interface_c ();
  virtual void set_quit_context (jmp_buf *context) {}
  virtual int get_init_done () { return -1; }
  virtual int set_init_done (int n) {return -1;}
  virtual void get_param_id_range (int *min, int *max) {}
  virtual int register_param (bx_id id, bx_param_c *it) {return -1;}
  virtual void reset_all_param () {}
  virtual bx_param_c *get_param (bx_id id) {return NULL;}
  virtual bx_param_num_c *get_param_num (bx_id id) {return NULL;}
  virtual bx_param_string_c *get_param_string (bx_id id) {return NULL;}
  virtual bx_param_bool_c *get_param_bool (bx_id id) {return NULL;}
  virtual bx_param_enum_c *get_param_enum (bx_id id) {return NULL;}
  virtual int get_n_log_modules () {return -1;}
  virtual char *get_prefix (int mod) {return 0;}
  virtual int get_log_action (int mod, int level) {return -1;}
  virtual void set_log_action (int mod, int level, int action) {}
  virtual int get_default_log_action (int level) {return -1;}
  virtual void set_default_log_action (int level, int action) {}
  virtual char *get_action_name (int action) {return 0;}
  virtual const char *get_log_level_name (int level) {return 0;}
  virtual int get_max_log_level () {return -1;}

  // exiting is somewhat complicated!  The preferred way to exit bochs is
  // to call BX_EXIT(exitcode).  That is defined to call 
  // SIM->quit_sim(exitcode).  The quit_sim function first calls
  // the cleanup functions in bochs so that it can destroy windows
  // and free up memory, then sends a notify message to the CI 
  // telling it that bochs has stopped.
  virtual void quit_sim (int code) {}

  virtual int get_exit_code () { return 0; }

  virtual int get_default_rc (char *path, int len) {return -1;}
  virtual int read_rc (char *path) {return -1;}
  virtual int write_rc (char *rc, int overwrite) {return -1;}
  virtual int get_log_file (char *path, int len) {return -1;}
  virtual int set_log_file (char *path) {return -1;}
  virtual int get_log_prefix (char *prefix, int len) {return -1;}
  virtual int set_log_prefix (char *prefix) {return -1;}
  virtual int get_debugger_log_file (char *path, int len) {return -1;}
  virtual int set_debugger_log_file (char *path) {return -1;}
  virtual int get_floppy_options (int drive, bx_floppy_options *out) {return -1;}
  virtual int get_cdrom_options (int drive, bx_atadevice_options *out, int *where = NULL) {return -1;}
  virtual char *get_floppy_type_name (int type) {return NULL;}

  // The CI calls set_notify_callback to register its event handler function.
  // This event handler function is called whenever the simulator needs to
  // send an event to the CI.  For example, if the simulator hits a panic and
  // wants to ask the user how to proceed, it would call the CI event handler
  // to ask the CI to display a dialog.
  //
  // NOTE: At present, the standard VGAW buttons (floppy, snapshot, power,
  // etc.) are displayed and handled by gui.cc, not by the CI or siminterface.
  // gui.cc uses its own callback functions to implement the behavior of
  // the buttons.  Some of these implementations call the siminterface.
  typedef BxEvent* (*bxevent_handler)(void *theclass, BxEvent *event);
  virtual void set_notify_callback (bxevent_handler func, void *arg) {}
  virtual void get_notify_callback (bxevent_handler *func, void **arg) {}

  // send an event from the simulator to the CI.
  virtual BxEvent* sim_to_ci_event (BxEvent *event) {return NULL;}

  // called from simulator when it hits serious errors, to ask if the user
  // wants to continue or not
  virtual int log_msg (const char *prefix, int level, const char *msg) {return -1;}

  // tell the CI to ask the user for the value of a parameter.
  virtual int ask_param (bx_id param) {return -1;}

  // ask the user for a pathname
  virtual int ask_filename (char *filename, int maxlen, char *prompt, char *the_default, int flags) {return -1;}
  // called at a regular interval, currently by the keyboard handler.
  virtual void periodic () {}
  virtual int create_disk_image (const char *filename, int sectors, bx_bool overwrite) {return -3;}
  // Tell the configuration interface (CI) that some parameter values have
  // changed.  The CI will reread the parameters and change its display if it's
  // appropriate.  Maybe later: mention which params have changed to save time.
  virtual void refresh_ci () {}
  // forces a vga update.  This was added so that a debugger can force
  // a vga update when single stepping, without having to wait thousands
  // of cycles for the normal vga refresh triggered by iodev/keyboard.cc.
  virtual void refresh_vga () {}
  // forces a call to bx_gui.handle_events.  This was added so that a debugger
  // can force the gui events to be handled, so that interactive things such
  // as a toolbar click will be processed.
  virtual void handle_events () {}
  // return first hard disk in ATA interface
  virtual bx_param_c *get_first_cdrom () {return NULL;}
  // return first cdrom in ATA interface
  virtual bx_param_c *get_first_hd () {return NULL;}
#if BX_DEBUGGER
  // for debugger: same behavior as pressing control-C
  virtual void debug_break () {}
  virtual void debug_interpret_cmd (char *cmd) {}
  virtual char *debug_get_next_command () {return NULL;}
  virtual void debug_puts (const char *text) {}
#endif
  virtual void register_configuration_interface (
    const char* name, 
    config_interface_callback_t callback,
    void *userdata) {}
  virtual int configuration_interface(const char* name, ci_command_t command) {return -1; }
  virtual int begin_simulation (int argc, char *argv[]) {return -1;}
  typedef bool (*is_sim_thread_func_t)();
  is_sim_thread_func_t is_sim_thread_func;
  virtual void set_sim_thread_func (is_sim_thread_func_t func) {
    is_sim_thread_func = func;
  }
  virtual bool is_sim_thread () {return true;}
  virtual bool is_wx_selected () {return false;}
  // provide interface to bx_gui->set_display_mode() method for config
  // interfaces to use.
  virtual void set_display_mode (disp_mode_t newmode) {}
  virtual bool test_for_text_console () { return true; }
};

BOCHSAPI extern bx_simulator_interface_c *SIM;

BOCHSAPI extern void bx_init_siminterface ();
BOCHSAPI extern int bx_init_main (int argc, char *argv[]);

#if defined(__WXMSW__) || defined(WIN32)
// Just to provide HINSTANCE, etc. in files that have not included bochs.h.
// I don't like this at all, but I don't see a way around it.
#include <windows.h>
#endif

// define structure to hold data that is passed into our main function.
typedef struct BOCHSAPI {
  // standard argc,argv
  int argc;
  char **argv;
#ifdef WIN32
  char initial_dir[MAX_PATH];
#endif
#ifdef __WXMSW__
  // these are only used when compiling with wxWindows.  This gives us a
  // place to store the data that was passed to WinMain.
  HINSTANCE hInstance;
  HINSTANCE hPrevInstance;
  LPSTR m_lpCmdLine;
  int nCmdShow;
#endif
} bx_startup_flags_t;

BOCHSAPI extern bx_startup_flags_t bx_startup_flags;
BOCHSAPI extern bx_bool bx_user_quit;

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