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/* Copyright (C) 2002 Jean-Marc Valin */
/**
   @file misc.h
   @brief Various compatibility routines for Speex
*/
/*
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*/

#ifndef MISC_H
#define MISC_H

#ifndef SPEEX_VERSION
#define SPEEX_MAJOR_VERSION 1         /**< Major Speex version. */
#define SPEEX_MINOR_VERSION 1         /**< Minor Speex version. */
#define SPEEX_MICRO_VERSION 13        /**< Micro Speex version. */
#define SPEEX_EXTRA_VERSION ""        /**< Extra Speex version. */
#define SPEEX_VERSION "speex-1.2beta1"  /**< Speex version string. */
#endif

/* A couple test to catch stupid option combinations */
#ifdef FIXED_POINT

#ifdef _USE_SSE
#error SSE is only for floating-point
#endif
#if ((defined (ARM4_ASM)||defined (ARM4_ASM)) && defined(BFIN_ASM)) || (defined (ARM4_ASM)&&defined(ARM5E_ASM))
#error Make up your mind. What CPU do you have?
#endif
#ifdef VORBIS_PSYCHO
#error Vorbis-psy model currently not implemented in fixed-point
#endif

#else

#if defined (ARM4_ASM) || defined(ARM5E_ASM) || defined(BFIN_ASM)
#error I suppose you can have a [ARM4/ARM5E/Blackfin] that has float instructions?
#endif
#ifdef FIXED_POINT_DEBUG
#error "Don't you think enabling fixed-point is a good thing to do if you want to debug that?"
#endif


#endif

#include "arch.h"

#ifndef RELEASE
/** Print a named vector to stdout */
void print_vec(float *vec, int len, char *name);
#endif

/** Convert big endian */
spx_uint32_t be_int(spx_uint32_t i);
/** Convert little endian */
spx_uint32_t le_int(spx_uint32_t i);

/** Speex wrapper for calloc. To do your own dynamic allocation, all you need to do is replace this function, speex_realloc and speex_free */
void *speex_alloc (int size);

/** Same as speex_alloc, except that the area is only needed inside a Speex call (might cause problem with wideband though) */
void *speex_alloc_scratch (int size);

/** Speex wrapper for realloc. To do your own dynamic allocation, all you need to do is replace this function, speex_alloc and speex_free */
void *speex_realloc (void *ptr, int size);

/** Speex wrapper for calloc. To do your own dynamic allocation, all you need to do is replace this function, speex_realloc and speex_alloc */
void speex_free (void *ptr);

/** Same as speex_alloc, except that the area is only needed inside a Speex call (might cause problem with wideband though) */
void speex_free_scratch (void *ptr);

/** Speex wrapper for mem_move */
void *speex_move (void *dest, void *src, int n);

/** Print error message to stderr */
void speex_error(const char *str);

/** Print warning message to stderr */
void speex_warning(const char *str);

/** Print warning message with integer argument to stderr */
void speex_warning_int(const char *str, int val);

/** Generate a random number */
spx_word16_t speex_rand(spx_word16_t std, spx_int32_t *seed);

/** Speex wrapper for putc */
void _speex_putc(int ch, void *file);

#endif