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/* Copyright (c) 1995 NeXT Computer, Inc. All Rights Reserved */
/*
 * Copyright (c) 1991, 1993
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 * SUCH DAMAGE.
 *
 *	@(#)signalvar.h	8.3 (Berkeley) 1/4/94
 */

#ifndef _SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_               /* tmp for user.h */
#define _SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_

#include <sys/appleapiopts.h>

#ifdef BSD_KERNEL_PRIVATE

#include <stdatomic.h>

/* signal flags */
#define SAS_OLDMASK     0x01            /* need to restore mask before pause */
#define SAS_ALTSTACK    0x02            /* have alternate signal stack */

/*
 * Additional signal action values, used only temporarily/internally; these
 * values should be non-intersecting with values defined in signal.h, e.g.:
 * SIG_IGN, SIG_DFL, SIG_ERR, SIG_IGN.
 */
#define KERN_SIG_CATCH  CAST_USER_ADDR_T(2)
#define KERN_SIG_HOLD   CAST_USER_ADDR_T(3)
#define KERN_SIG_WAIT   CAST_USER_ADDR_T(4)

/* Values for ps_sigreturn_validation */
#define PS_SIGRETURN_VALIDATION_DEFAULT 0x0u
#define PS_SIGRETURN_VALIDATION_ENABLED 0x1u
#define PS_SIGRETURN_VALIDATION_DISABLED 0x2u

/*
 * get signal action for process and signal; currently only for current process
 */
#define SIGACTION(p, sig)       ({ p->p_sigacts.ps_ro->ps_sigact[(sig)]; })
#define SIGTRAMP(p, sig)        ({ p->p_sigacts.ps_ro->ps_trampact[(sig)]; })

/*
 *	Check for per-process and per thread signals.
 */
#define SHOULDissignal(p, uthreadp) \
	 (((uthreadp)->uu_siglist)      \
	  & ~((((uthreadp)->uu_sigmask) \
	       | (((p)->p_lflag & P_LTRACED) ? 0 : (p)->p_sigignore)) \
	      & ~sigcantmask))

/*
 *	Check for signals and per-thread signals.
 *  Use in trap() and syscall() before
 *	exiting kernel.
 */
#define CHECK_SIGNALS(p, thread, uthreadp)      \
	(!thread_should_halt(thread)    \
	 && (SHOULDissignal(p,uthreadp)))

/*
 * Signal properties and actions.
 * The array below categorizes the signals and their default actions
 * according to the following properties:
 */
#define SA_KILL         0x01            /* terminates process by default */
#define SA_CORE         0x02            /* ditto and coredumps */
#define SA_STOP         0x04            /* suspend process */
#define SA_TTYSTOP      0x08            /* ditto, from tty */
#define SA_IGNORE       0x10            /* ignore by default */
#define SA_CONT         0x20            /* continue if suspended */
#define SA_CANTMASK     0x40            /* non-maskable, catchable */

#ifdef  SIGPROP
int sigprop[NSIG] = {
	0,                      /* unused */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGHUP */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGINT */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGQUIT */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGILL */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGTRAP */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGABRT */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGEMT */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGFPE */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGKILL */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGBUS */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGSEGV */
	SA_KILL | SA_CORE,        /* SIGSYS */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGPIPE */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGALRM */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGTERM */
	SA_IGNORE,              /* SIGURG */
	SA_STOP,                /* SIGSTOP */
	SA_STOP | SA_TTYSTOP,     /* SIGTSTP */
	SA_IGNORE | SA_CONT,      /* SIGCONT */
	SA_IGNORE,              /* SIGCHLD */
	SA_STOP | SA_TTYSTOP,     /* SIGTTIN */
	SA_STOP | SA_TTYSTOP,     /* SIGTTOU */
	SA_IGNORE,              /* SIGIO */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGXCPU */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGXFSZ */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGVTALRM */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGPROF */
	SA_IGNORE,              /* SIGWINCH  */
	SA_IGNORE,              /* SIGINFO */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGUSR1 */
	SA_KILL,                /* SIGUSR2 */
};

#define contsigmask     (sigmask(SIGCONT))
#define stopsigmask     (sigmask(SIGSTOP) | sigmask(SIGTSTP) | \
	                    sigmask(SIGTTIN) | sigmask(SIGTTOU))

#endif /* SIGPROP */

#define sigcantmask     (sigmask(SIGKILL) | sigmask(SIGSTOP))

#define SIGRESTRICTMASK (sigmask(SIGILL) | sigmask(SIGTRAP) | sigmask(SIGABRT) | \
	                 sigmask(SIGFPE) | sigmask(SIGBUS)  | sigmask(SIGSEGV) | \
	                 sigmask(SIGSYS))

/*
 * Machine-independent functions:
 */

void    execsigs(struct proc *p, thread_t thread);
void    gsignal(int pgid, int sig);
int     issignal_locked(struct proc *p);
int     CURSIG(struct proc *p);
int clear_procsiglist(struct proc *p, int bit, int in_signalstart);
int set_procsigmask(struct proc *p, int bit);
void    postsig_locked(int sig);
void    siginit(struct proc *p);
void    trapsignal(struct proc *p, int sig, unsigned code);
void    pt_setrunnable(struct proc *p);
int     hassigprop(int sig, int prop);
int setsigvec(proc_t, thread_t, int signum, struct __kern_sigaction *, boolean_t in_sigstart);

struct os_reason;
/*
 * Machine-dependent functions:
 */
void    sendsig(struct proc *, /*sig_t*/ user_addr_t  action, int sig,
    int returnmask, uint32_t code, sigset_t siginfo);

void    psignal(struct proc *p, int sig);
void    psignal_with_reason(struct proc *p, int sig, struct os_reason *signal_reason);
void    psignal_locked(struct proc *, int);
void    psignal_try_thread(proc_t, thread_t, int signum);
void    psignal_try_thread_with_reason(proc_t, thread_t, int, struct os_reason*);
void    psignal_thread_with_reason(proc_t, thread_t, int, struct os_reason*);
void    psignal_uthread(thread_t, int);
void    pgsignal(struct pgrp *pgrp, int sig, int checkctty);
void    tty_pgsignal_locked(struct tty * tp, int sig, int checkctty);
void    threadsignal(thread_t sig_actthread, int signum,
    mach_exception_code_t code, boolean_t set_exitreason);
int     thread_issignal(proc_t p, thread_t th, sigset_t mask);
void    psignal_vfork(struct proc *p, task_t new_task, thread_t thread,
    int signum);
void    psignal_vfork_with_reason(proc_t p, task_t new_task, thread_t thread,
    int signum, struct os_reason *signal_reason);
void    signal_setast(thread_t sig_actthread);
void    pgsigio(pid_t pgid, int signalnum);

void sig_lock_to_exit(struct proc *p);
int sig_try_locked(struct proc *p);

#endif  /* BSD_KERNEL_PRIVATE */

#if defined(KERNEL_PRIVATE)
/* Forward-declare these for consumers of the SDK that don't know about BSD types */
struct proc;
struct os_reason;
void    psignal_sigkill_with_reason(struct proc *p, struct os_reason *signal_reason);
#endif /* defined(KERNEL_PRIVATE) */

#ifdef XNU_KERNEL_PRIVATE

/* Functions exported to Mach as well */

#define COREDUMP_IGNORE_ULIMIT  0x0001 /* Ignore the process's core file ulimit. */
#define COREDUMP_FULLFSYNC      0x0002 /* Run F_FULLFSYNC on the core file's vnode */

int     coredump(struct proc *p, uint32_t reserve_mb, int coredump_flags);
void set_thread_exit_reason(void *th, void *reason, boolean_t proc_locked);

#endif  /* XNU_KERNEL_PRIVATE */


#endif  /* !_SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_ */