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#ifndef EXC_HELPERS_H
#define EXC_HELPERS_H

#include <mach/mach.h>
#include <mach/exception.h>
#include <mach/thread_status.h>

/**
 * Callback invoked by run_exception_handler() when a Mach exception is
 * received.
 *
 * @param task      the task causing the exception
 * @param thread    the task causing the exception
 * @param type      exception type received from the kernel
 * @param codes     exception codes received from the kernel
 *
 * @return      how much the exception handler should advance the program
 *              counter, in bytes (in order to move past the code causing the
 *              exception)
 */
typedef size_t (*exc_handler_callback_t)(mach_port_t task, mach_port_t thread,
    exception_type_t type, mach_exception_data_t codes);

typedef size_t (*exc_handler_protected_callback_t)(task_id_token_t token, uint64_t thread_d,
    exception_type_t type, mach_exception_data_t codes);
/**
 * Allocates a Mach port and configures it to receive exception messages.
 *
 * @param exception_mask exception types that this Mach port should receive
 *
 * @return a newly-allocated and -configured Mach port
 */
mach_port_t
create_exception_port(exception_mask_t exception_mask);

mach_port_t
create_exception_port_behavior64(exception_mask_t exception_mask, exception_behavior_t behavior);

/**
 * Handles one exception received on the provided Mach port, by running the
 * provided callback.
 *
 * @param exc_port Mach port configured to receive exception messages
 * @param callback callback to run when an exception is received
 */
void
run_exception_handler(mach_port_t exc_port, exc_handler_callback_t callback);

void
run_exception_handler_behavior64(mach_port_t exc_port, void *callback, exception_behavior_t behavior);

/**
 * Handles every exception received on the provided Mach port, by running the
 * provided callback.
 *
 * @param exc_port Mach port configured to receive exception messages
 * @param callback callback to run when an exception is received
 */
void
repeat_exception_handler(mach_port_t exc_port, exc_handler_callback_t callback);

#endif /* EXC_HELPERS_H */