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1Added headers file needed by argp sources.
3Signed-off-by: Salvatore Cro <salvatore.cro at>
5 include/argp.h | 566 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
6 libc/argp/argp-fmtstream.h | 314 ++++++++++++++++++++++++
7 2 files changed, 880 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
8 create mode 100644 include/argp.h
9 create mode 100644 libc/argp/argp-fmtstream.h
11Upstream-Status: Pending
13Index: git/include/argp.h
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18+/* Hierarchial argument parsing, layered over getopt.
19+ Copyright (C) 1995-1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
20+ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
21+ This file is part of the GNU C Library.
22+ Written by Miles Bader <miles at>.
24+ The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
25+ modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
26+ License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
27+ version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
29+ The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
30+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
32+ Lesser General Public License for more details.
34+ You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
35+ License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
36+ Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
37+ 02111-1307 USA.
39+ Modified for uClibc by: Salvatore Cro <salvatore.cro at>
42+#ifndef _ARGP_H
43+#define _ARGP_H
45+#include <stdio.h>
46+#include <ctype.h>
47+#include <limits.h>
49+#define __need_error_t
50+#include <errno.h>
52+#ifndef __const
53+# define __const const
56+#ifndef __THROW
57+# define __THROW
59+#ifndef __NTH
60+# define __NTH(fct) fct __THROW
63+#ifndef __attribute__
64+/* This feature is available in gcc versions 2.5 and later. */
65+# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 5) || defined(__STRICT_ANSI__)
66+# define __attribute__(Spec) /* empty */
67+# endif
68+/* The __-protected variants of `format' and `printf' attributes
69+ are accepted by gcc versions 2.6.4 (effectively 2.7) and later. */
70+# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 7) || defined(__STRICT_ANSI__)
71+# define __format__ format
72+# define __printf__ printf
73+# endif
76+/* GCC 2.95 and later have "__restrict"; C99 compilers have
77+ "restrict", and "configure" may have defined "restrict". */
78+#ifndef __restrict
79+# if ! (2 < __GNUC__ || (2 == __GNUC__ && 95 <= __GNUC_MINOR__))
80+# if defined restrict || 199901L <= __STDC_VERSION__
81+# define __restrict restrict
82+# else
83+# define __restrict
84+# endif
85+# endif
88+#ifndef __error_t_defined
89+typedef int error_t;
90+# define __error_t_defined
93+#ifdef __cplusplus
94+extern "C" {
97+/* A description of a particular option. A pointer to an array of
98+ these is passed in the OPTIONS field of an argp structure. Each option
99+ entry can correspond to one long option and/or one short option; more
100+ names for the same option can be added by following an entry in an option
101+ array with options having the OPTION_ALIAS flag set. */
102+struct argp_option
104+ /* The long option name. For more than one name for the same option, you
105+ can use following options with the OPTION_ALIAS flag set. */
106+ __const char *name;
108+ /* What key is returned for this option. If > 0 and printable, then it's
109+ also accepted as a short option. */
110+ int key;
112+ /* If non-NULL, this is the name of the argument associated with this
113+ option, which is required unless the OPTION_ARG_OPTIONAL flag is set. */
114+ __const char *arg;
116+ /* OPTION_ flags. */
117+ int flags;
119+ /* The doc string for this option. If both NAME and KEY are 0, This string
120+ will be printed outdented from the normal option column, making it
121+ useful as a group header (it will be the first thing printed in its
122+ group); in this usage, it's conventional to end the string with a `:'. */
123+ __const char *doc;
125+ /* The group this option is in. In a long help message, options are sorted
126+ alphabetically within each group, and the groups presented in the order
127+ 0, 1, 2, ..., n, -m, ..., -2, -1. Every entry in an options array with
128+ if this field 0 will inherit the group number of the previous entry, or
129+ zero if it's the first one, unless its a group header (NAME and KEY both
130+ 0), in which case, the previous entry + 1 is the default. Automagic
131+ options such as --help are put into group -1. */
132+ int group;
135+/* The argument associated with this option is optional. */
136+#define OPTION_ARG_OPTIONAL 0x1
138+/* This option isn't displayed in any help messages. */
139+#define OPTION_HIDDEN 0x2
141+/* This option is an alias for the closest previous non-alias option. This
142+ means that it will be displayed in the same help entry, and will inherit
143+ fields other than NAME and KEY from the aliased option. */
144+#define OPTION_ALIAS 0x4
146+/* This option isn't actually an option (and so should be ignored by the
147+ actual option parser), but rather an arbitrary piece of documentation that
148+ should be displayed in much the same manner as the options. If this flag
149+ is set, then the option NAME field is displayed unmodified (e.g., no `--'
150+ prefix is added) at the left-margin (where a *short* option would normally
151+ be displayed), and the documentation string in the normal place. For
152+ purposes of sorting, any leading whitespace and punctuation is ignored,
153+ except that if the first non-whitespace character is not `-', this entry
154+ is displayed after all options (and OPTION_DOC entries with a leading `-')
155+ in the same group. */
156+#define OPTION_DOC 0x8
158+/* This option shouldn't be included in `long' usage messages (but is still
159+ included in help messages). This is mainly intended for options that are
160+ completely documented in an argp's ARGS_DOC field, in which case including
161+ the option in the generic usage list would be redundant. For instance,
162+ if ARGS_DOC is "FOO BAR\n-x BLAH", and the `-x' option's purpose is to
163+ distinguish these two cases, -x should probably be marked
165+#define OPTION_NO_USAGE 0x10
167+struct argp; /* fwd declare this type */
168+struct argp_state; /* " */
169+struct argp_child; /* " */
171+/* The type of a pointer to an argp parsing function. */
172+typedef error_t (*argp_parser_t) (int __key, char *__arg,
173+ struct argp_state *__state);
175+/* What to return for unrecognized keys. For special ARGP_KEY_ keys, such
176+ returns will simply be ignored. For user keys, this error will be turned
177+ into EINVAL (if the call to argp_parse is such that errors are propagated
178+ back to the user instead of exiting); returning EINVAL itself would result
179+ in an immediate stop to parsing in *all* cases. */
180+#define ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN E2BIG /* Hurd should never need E2BIG. XXX */
182+/* Special values for the KEY argument to an argument parsing function.
183+ ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN should be returned if they aren't understood.
185+ The sequence of keys to a parsing function is either (where each
186+ uppercased word should be prefixed by `ARGP_KEY_' and opt is a user key):
188+ INIT opt... NO_ARGS END SUCCESS -- No non-option arguments at all
189+ or INIT (opt | ARG)... END SUCCESS -- All non-option args parsed
190+ or INIT (opt | ARG)... SUCCESS -- Some non-option arg unrecognized
192+ The third case is where every parser returned ARGP_KEY_UNKNOWN for an
193+ argument, in which case parsing stops at that argument (returning the
194+ unparsed arguments to the caller of argp_parse if requested, or stopping
195+ with an error message if not).
197+ If an error occurs (either detected by argp, or because the parsing
198+ function returned an error value), then the parser is called with
199+ ARGP_KEY_ERROR, and no further calls are made. */
201+/* This is not an option at all, but rather a command line argument. If a
202+ parser receiving this key returns success, the fact is recorded, and the
203+ ARGP_KEY_NO_ARGS case won't be used. HOWEVER, if while processing the
204+ argument, a parser function decrements the NEXT field of the state it's
205+ passed, the option won't be considered processed; this is to allow you to
206+ actually modify the argument (perhaps into an option), and have it
207+ processed again. */
208+#define ARGP_KEY_ARG 0
209+/* There are remaining arguments not parsed by any parser, which may be found
210+ starting at (STATE->argv + STATE->next). If success is returned, but
211+ STATE->next left untouched, it's assumed that all arguments were consume,
212+ otherwise, the parser should adjust STATE->next to reflect any arguments
213+ consumed. */
214+#define ARGP_KEY_ARGS 0x1000006
215+/* There are no more command line arguments at all. */
216+#define ARGP_KEY_END 0x1000001
217+/* Because it's common to want to do some special processing if there aren't
218+ any non-option args, user parsers are called with this key if they didn't
219+ successfully process any non-option arguments. Called just before
220+ ARGP_KEY_END (where more general validity checks on previously parsed
221+ arguments can take place). */
222+#define ARGP_KEY_NO_ARGS 0x1000002
223+/* Passed in before any parsing is done. Afterwards, the values of each
224+ element of the CHILD_INPUT field, if any, in the state structure is
225+ copied to each child's state to be the initial value of the INPUT field. */
226+#define ARGP_KEY_INIT 0x1000003
227+/* Use after all other keys, including SUCCESS & END. */
228+#define ARGP_KEY_FINI 0x1000007
229+/* Passed in when parsing has successfully been completed (even if there are
230+ still arguments remaining). */
231+#define ARGP_KEY_SUCCESS 0x1000004
232+/* Passed in if an error occurs. */
233+#define ARGP_KEY_ERROR 0x1000005
235+/* An argp structure contains a set of options declarations, a function to
236+ deal with parsing one, documentation string, a possible vector of child
237+ argp's, and perhaps a function to filter help output. When actually
238+ parsing options, getopt is called with the union of all the argp
239+ structures chained together through their CHILD pointers, with conflicts
240+ being resolved in favor of the first occurrence in the chain. */
241+struct argp
243+ /* An array of argp_option structures, terminated by an entry with both
244+ NAME and KEY having a value of 0. */
245+ __const struct argp_option *options;
247+ /* What to do with an option from this structure. KEY is the key
248+ associated with the option, and ARG is any associated argument (NULL if
249+ none was supplied). If KEY isn't understood, ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN should be
250+ returned. If a non-zero, non-ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN value is returned, then
251+ parsing is stopped immediately, and that value is returned from
252+ argp_parse(). For special (non-user-supplied) values of KEY, see the
253+ ARGP_KEY_ definitions below. */
254+ argp_parser_t parser;
256+ /* A string describing what other arguments are wanted by this program. It
257+ is only used by argp_usage to print the `Usage:' message. If it
258+ contains newlines, the strings separated by them are considered
259+ alternative usage patterns, and printed on separate lines (lines after
260+ the first are prefix by ` or: ' instead of `Usage:'). */
261+ __const char *args_doc;
263+ /* If non-NULL, a string containing extra text to be printed before and
264+ after the options in a long help message (separated by a vertical tab
265+ `\v' character). */
266+ __const char *doc;
268+ /* A vector of argp_children structures, terminated by a member with a 0
269+ argp field, pointing to child argps should be parsed with this one. Any
270+ conflicts are resolved in favor of this argp, or early argps in the
271+ CHILDREN list. This field is useful if you use libraries that supply
272+ their own argp structure, which you want to use in conjunction with your
273+ own. */
274+ __const struct argp_child *children;
276+ /* If non-zero, this should be a function to filter the output of help
277+ messages. KEY is either a key from an option, in which case TEXT is
278+ that option's help text, or a special key from the ARGP_KEY_HELP_
279+ defines, below, describing which other help text TEXT is. The function
280+ should return either TEXT, if it should be used as-is, a replacement
281+ string, which should be malloced, and will be freed by argp, or NULL,
282+ meaning `print nothing'. The value for TEXT is *after* any translation
283+ has been done, so if any of the replacement text also needs translation,
284+ that should be done by the filter function. INPUT is either the input
285+ supplied to argp_parse, or NULL, if argp_help was called directly. */
286+ char *(*help_filter) (int __key, __const char *__text, void *__input);
288+ /* If non-zero the strings used in the argp library are translated using
289+ the domain described by this string. Otherwise the currently installed
290+ default domain is used. */
291+ const char *argp_domain;
294+/* Possible KEY arguments to a help filter function. */
295+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_PRE_DOC 0x2000001 /* Help text preceeding options. */
296+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_POST_DOC 0x2000002 /* Help text following options. */
297+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_HEADER 0x2000003 /* Option header string. */
298+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_EXTRA 0x2000004 /* After all other documentation;
299+ TEXT is NULL for this key. */
300+/* Explanatory note emitted when duplicate option arguments have been
301+ suppressed. */
302+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_DUP_ARGS_NOTE 0x2000005
303+#define ARGP_KEY_HELP_ARGS_DOC 0x2000006 /* Argument doc string. */
305+/* When an argp has a non-zero CHILDREN field, it should point to a vector of
306+ argp_child structures, each of which describes a subsidiary argp. */
307+struct argp_child
309+ /* The child parser. */
310+ __const struct argp *argp;
312+ /* Flags for this child. */
313+ int flags;
315+ /* If non-zero, an optional header to be printed in help output before the
316+ child options. As a side-effect, a non-zero value forces the child
317+ options to be grouped together; to achieve this effect without actually
318+ printing a header string, use a value of "". */
319+ __const char *header;
321+ /* Where to group the child options relative to the other (`consolidated')
322+ options in the parent argp; the values are the same as the GROUP field
323+ in argp_option structs, but all child-groupings follow parent options at
324+ a particular group level. If both this field and HEADER are zero, then
325+ they aren't grouped at all, but rather merged with the parent options
326+ (merging the child's grouping levels with the parents). */
327+ int group;
330+/* Parsing state. This is provided to parsing functions called by argp,
331+ which may examine and, as noted, modify fields. */
332+struct argp_state
334+ /* The top level ARGP being parsed. */
335+ __const struct argp *root_argp;
337+ /* The argument vector being parsed. May be modified. */
338+ int argc;
339+ char **argv;
341+ /* The index in ARGV of the next arg that to be parsed. May be modified. */
342+ int next;
344+ /* The flags supplied to argp_parse. May be modified. */
345+ unsigned flags;
347+ /* While calling a parsing function with a key of ARGP_KEY_ARG, this is the
348+ number of the current arg, starting at zero, and incremented after each
349+ such call returns. At all other times, this is the number of such
350+ arguments that have been processed. */
351+ unsigned arg_num;
353+ /* If non-zero, the index in ARGV of the first argument following a special
354+ `--' argument (which prevents anything following being interpreted as an
355+ option). Only set once argument parsing has proceeded past this point. */
356+ int quoted;
358+ /* An arbitrary pointer passed in from the user. */
359+ void *input;
360+ /* Values to pass to child parsers. This vector will be the same length as
361+ the number of children for the current parser. */
362+ void **child_inputs;
364+ /* For the parser's use. Initialized to 0. */
365+ void *hook;
367+ /* The name used when printing messages. This is initialized to ARGV[0],
368+ or PROGRAM_INVOCATION_NAME if that is unavailable. */
369+ char *name;
371+ /* Streams used when argp prints something. */
372+ FILE *err_stream; /* For errors; initialized to stderr. */
373+ FILE *out_stream; /* For information; initialized to stdout. */
375+ void *pstate; /* Private, for use by argp. */
378+/* Flags for argp_parse (note that the defaults are those that are
379+ convenient for program command line parsing): */
381+/* Don't ignore the first element of ARGV. Normally (and always unless
382+ ARGP_NO_ERRS is set) the first element of the argument vector is
383+ skipped for option parsing purposes, as it corresponds to the program name
384+ in a command line. */
385+#define ARGP_PARSE_ARGV0 0x01
387+/* Don't print error messages for unknown options to stderr; unless this flag
388+ is set, ARGP_PARSE_ARGV0 is ignored, as ARGV[0] is used as the program
389+ name in the error messages. This flag implies ARGP_NO_EXIT (on the
390+ assumption that silent exiting upon errors is bad behaviour). */
391+#define ARGP_NO_ERRS 0x02
393+/* Don't parse any non-option args. Normally non-option args are parsed by
394+ calling the parse functions with a key of ARGP_KEY_ARG, and the actual arg
395+ as the value. Since it's impossible to know which parse function wants to
396+ handle it, each one is called in turn, until one returns 0 or an error
397+ other than ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN; if an argument is handled by no one, the
398+ argp_parse returns prematurely (but with a return value of 0). If all
399+ args have been parsed without error, all parsing functions are called one
400+ last time with a key of ARGP_KEY_END. This flag needn't normally be set,
401+ as the normal behavior is to stop parsing as soon as some argument can't
402+ be handled. */
403+#define ARGP_NO_ARGS 0x04
405+/* Parse options and arguments in the same order they occur on the command
406+ line -- normally they're rearranged so that all options come first. */
407+#define ARGP_IN_ORDER 0x08
409+/* Don't provide the standard long option --help, which causes usage and
410+ option help information to be output to stdout, and exit (0) called. */
411+#define ARGP_NO_HELP 0x10
413+/* Don't exit on errors (they may still result in error messages). */
414+#define ARGP_NO_EXIT 0x20
416+/* Use the gnu getopt `long-only' rules for parsing arguments. */
417+#define ARGP_LONG_ONLY 0x40
419+/* Turns off any message-printing/exiting options. */
422+/* Parse the options strings in ARGC & ARGV according to the options in ARGP.
423+ FLAGS is one of the ARGP_ flags above. If ARG_INDEX is non-NULL, the
424+ index in ARGV of the first unparsed option is returned in it. If an
425+ unknown option is present, ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN is returned; if some parser
426+ routine returned a non-zero value, it is returned; otherwise 0 is
427+ returned. This function may also call exit unless the ARGP_NO_HELP flag
428+ is set. INPUT is a pointer to a value to be passed in to the parser. */
429+extern error_t argp_parse (__const struct argp *__restrict __argp,
430+ int __argc, char **__restrict __argv,
431+ unsigned __flags, int *__restrict __arg_index,
432+ void *__restrict __input);
434+/* Global variables. */
436+/* If defined or set by the user program to a non-zero value, then a default
437+ option --version is added (unless the ARGP_NO_HELP flag is used), which
438+ will print this string followed by a newline and exit (unless the
439+ ARGP_NO_EXIT flag is used). Overridden by ARGP_PROGRAM_VERSION_HOOK. */
440+extern __const char *argp_program_version;
442+/* If defined or set by the user program to a non-zero value, then a default
443+ option --version is added (unless the ARGP_NO_HELP flag is used), which
444+ calls this function with a stream to print the version to and a pointer to
445+ the current parsing state, and then exits (unless the ARGP_NO_EXIT flag is
446+ used). This variable takes precedent over ARGP_PROGRAM_VERSION. */
447+extern void (*argp_program_version_hook) (FILE *__restrict __stream,
448+ struct argp_state *__restrict
449+ __state);
451+/* If defined or set by the user program, it should point to string that is
452+ the bug-reporting address for the program. It will be printed by
453+ argp_help if the ARGP_HELP_BUG_ADDR flag is set (as it is by various
454+ standard help messages), embedded in a sentence that says something like
455+ `Report bugs to ADDR.'. */
456+extern __const char *argp_program_bug_address;
458+/* The exit status that argp will use when exiting due to a parsing error.
459+ If not defined or set by the user program, this defaults to EX_USAGE from
460+ <sysexits.h>. */
461+extern error_t argp_err_exit_status;
463+/* Flags for argp_help. */
464+#define ARGP_HELP_USAGE 0x01 /* a Usage: message. */
465+#define ARGP_HELP_SHORT_USAGE 0x02 /* " but don't actually print options. */
466+#define ARGP_HELP_SEE 0x04 /* a `Try ... for more help' message. */
467+#define ARGP_HELP_LONG 0x08 /* a long help message. */
468+#define ARGP_HELP_PRE_DOC 0x10 /* doc string preceding long help. */
469+#define ARGP_HELP_POST_DOC 0x20 /* doc string following long help. */
471+#define ARGP_HELP_BUG_ADDR 0x40 /* bug report address */
472+#define ARGP_HELP_LONG_ONLY 0x80 /* modify output appropriately to
473+ reflect ARGP_LONG_ONLY mode. */
475+/* These ARGP_HELP flags are only understood by argp_state_help. */
476+#define ARGP_HELP_EXIT_ERR 0x100 /* Call exit(1) instead of returning. */
477+#define ARGP_HELP_EXIT_OK 0x200 /* Call exit(0) instead of returning. */
479+/* The standard thing to do after a program command line parsing error, if an
480+ error message has already been printed. */
481+#define ARGP_HELP_STD_ERR \
483+/* The standard thing to do after a program command line parsing error, if no
484+ more specific error message has been printed. */
485+#define ARGP_HELP_STD_USAGE \
487+/* The standard thing to do in response to a --help option. */
488+#define ARGP_HELP_STD_HELP \
492+/* Output a usage message for ARGP to STREAM. FLAGS are from the set
493+ ARGP_HELP_*. */
494+extern void argp_help (__const struct argp *__restrict __argp,
495+ FILE *__restrict __stream,
496+ unsigned __flags, char *__restrict __name);
498+/* The following routines are intended to be called from within an argp
499+ parsing routine (thus taking an argp_state structure as the first
500+ argument). They may or may not print an error message and exit, depending
501+ on the flags in STATE -- in any case, the caller should be prepared for
502+ them *not* to exit, and should return an appropiate error after calling
503+ them. [argp_usage & argp_error should probably be called argp_state_...,
504+ but they're used often enough that they should be short] */
506+/* Output, if appropriate, a usage message for STATE to STREAM. FLAGS are
507+ from the set ARGP_HELP_*. */
508+extern void argp_state_help (__const struct argp_state *__restrict __state,
509+ FILE *__restrict __stream,
510+ unsigned int __flags);
511+/* Possibly output the standard usage message for ARGP to stderr and exit. */
512+extern void argp_usage (__const struct argp_state *__state);
514+/* If appropriate, print the printf string FMT and following args, preceded
515+ by the program name and `:', to stderr, and followed by a `Try ... --help'
516+ message, then exit (1). */
517+extern void argp_error (__const struct argp_state *__restrict __state,
518+ __const char *__restrict __fmt, ...)
519+ __attribute__ ((__format__ (__printf__, 2, 3)));
520+/* Similar to the standard gnu error-reporting function error(), but will
521+ respect the ARGP_NO_EXIT and ARGP_NO_ERRS flags in STATE, and will print
522+ to STATE->err_stream. This is useful for argument parsing code that is
523+ shared between program startup (when exiting is desired) and runtime
524+ option parsing (when typically an error code is returned instead). The
525+ difference between this function and argp_error is that the latter is for
526+ *parsing errors*, and the former is for other problems that occur during
527+ parsing but don't reflect a (syntactic) problem with the input. */
528+extern void argp_failure (__const struct argp_state *__restrict __state,
529+ int __status, int __errnum,
530+ __const char *__restrict __fmt, ...)
531+ __attribute__ ((__format__ (__printf__, 4, 5)));
532+/* Returns true if the option OPT is a valid short option. */
533+extern int _option_is_short (__const struct argp_option *__opt) __THROW;
534+extern int __option_is_short (__const struct argp_option *__opt) __THROW;
536+/* Returns true if the option OPT is in fact the last (unused) entry in an
537+ options array. */
538+extern int _option_is_end (__const struct argp_option *__opt) __THROW;
539+extern int __option_is_end (__const struct argp_option *__opt) __THROW;
541+/* Return the input field for ARGP in the parser corresponding to STATE; used
542+ by the help routines. */
543+/* We think this should not be exported */
544+extern void *__argp_input (__const struct argp *__restrict __argp,
545+ __const struct argp_state *__restrict __state)
546+ __THROW;
550+# ifndef ARGP_EI
551+# define ARGP_EI __extern_inline
552+# endif
554+ARGP_EI void
555+argp_usage (__const struct argp_state *__state)
557+ argp_state_help (__state, stderr, ARGP_HELP_STD_USAGE);
560+ARGP_EI int
561+__NTH (__option_is_short (__const struct argp_option *__opt))
563+ if (__opt->flags & OPTION_DOC)
564+ return 0;
565+ else
566+ {
567+ int __key = __opt->key;
568+ return __key > 0 && __key <= UCHAR_MAX && isprint (__key);
569+ }
572+ARGP_EI int
573+__NTH (__option_is_end (__const struct argp_option *__opt))
575+ return !__opt->key && !__opt->name && !__opt->doc && !__opt->group;
577+#endif /* Use extern inlines. */
579+#ifdef __cplusplus
583+#endif /* argp.h */