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lzx.h

/* This file is part of libmspack.
 * (C) 2003-2004 Stuart Caie.
 *
 * The LZX method was created by Jonathan Forbes and Tomi Poutanen, adapted
 * by Microsoft Corporation.
 *
 * libmspack is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
 * the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) version 2.1
 *
 * For further details, see the file COPYING.LIB distributed with libmspack
 */

#ifndef MSPACK_LZX_H
#define MSPACK_LZX_H 1

/* LZX compression / decompression definitions */

/* some constants defined by the LZX specification */
#define LZX_MIN_MATCH                (2)
#define LZX_MAX_MATCH                (257)
#define LZX_NUM_CHARS                (256)
#define LZX_BLOCKTYPE_INVALID        (0)   /* also blocktypes 4-7 invalid */
#define LZX_BLOCKTYPE_VERBATIM       (1)
#define LZX_BLOCKTYPE_ALIGNED        (2)
#define LZX_BLOCKTYPE_UNCOMPRESSED   (3)
#define LZX_PRETREE_NUM_ELEMENTS     (20)
#define LZX_ALIGNED_NUM_ELEMENTS     (8)   /* aligned offset tree #elements */
#define LZX_NUM_PRIMARY_LENGTHS      (7)   /* this one missing from spec! */
#define LZX_NUM_SECONDARY_LENGTHS    (249) /* length tree #elements */

/* LZX huffman defines: tweak tablebits as desired */
#define LZX_PRETREE_MAXSYMBOLS  (LZX_PRETREE_NUM_ELEMENTS)
#define LZX_PRETREE_TABLEBITS   (6)
#define LZX_MAINTREE_MAXSYMBOLS (LZX_NUM_CHARS + 50*8)
#define LZX_MAINTREE_TABLEBITS  (12)
#define LZX_LENGTH_MAXSYMBOLS   (LZX_NUM_SECONDARY_LENGTHS+1)
#define LZX_LENGTH_TABLEBITS    (12)
#define LZX_ALIGNED_MAXSYMBOLS  (LZX_ALIGNED_NUM_ELEMENTS)
#define LZX_ALIGNED_TABLEBITS   (7)
#define LZX_LENTABLE_SAFETY (64)  /* table decoding overruns are allowed */

#define LZX_FRAME_SIZE (32768) /* the size of a frame in LZX */

struct lzxd_stream {
  struct mspack_system *sys;      /* I/O routines                            */
  struct mspack_file   *input;    /* input file handle                       */
  struct mspack_file   *output;   /* output file handle                      */

  off_t   offset;                 /* number of bytes actually output         */
  off_t   length;                 /* overall decompressed length of stream   */

  unsigned char *window;          /* decoding window                         */
  unsigned int   window_size;     /* window size                             */
  unsigned int   window_posn;     /* decompression offset within window      */
  unsigned int   frame_posn;      /* current frame offset within in window   */
  unsigned int   frame;           /* the number of 32kb frames processed     */
  unsigned int   reset_interval;  /* which frame do we reset the compressor? */

  unsigned int   R0, R1, R2;      /* for the LRU offset system               */
  unsigned int   block_length;    /* uncompressed length of this LZX block   */
  unsigned int   block_remaining; /* uncompressed bytes still left to decode */

  signed int     intel_filesize;  /* magic header value used for transform   */
  signed int     intel_curpos;    /* current offset in transform space       */

  unsigned char  intel_started;   /* has intel E8 decoding started?          */
  unsigned char  block_type;      /* type of the current block               */
  unsigned char  header_read;     /* have we started decoding at all yet?    */
  unsigned char  posn_slots;      /* how many posn slots in stream?          */
  unsigned char  input_end;       /* have we reached the end of input?       */

  int error;

  /* I/O buffering */
  unsigned char *inbuf, *i_ptr, *i_end, *o_ptr, *o_end;
  unsigned int  bit_buffer, bits_left, inbuf_size;

  /* huffman code lengths */
  unsigned char PRETREE_len  [LZX_PRETREE_MAXSYMBOLS  + LZX_LENTABLE_SAFETY];
  unsigned char MAINTREE_len [LZX_MAINTREE_MAXSYMBOLS + LZX_LENTABLE_SAFETY];
  unsigned char LENGTH_len   [LZX_LENGTH_MAXSYMBOLS   + LZX_LENTABLE_SAFETY];
  unsigned char ALIGNED_len  [LZX_ALIGNED_MAXSYMBOLS  + LZX_LENTABLE_SAFETY];

  /* huffman decoding tables */
  unsigned short PRETREE_table [(1 << LZX_PRETREE_TABLEBITS) +
                        (LZX_PRETREE_MAXSYMBOLS * 2)];
  unsigned short MAINTREE_table[(1 << LZX_MAINTREE_TABLEBITS) +
                        (LZX_MAINTREE_MAXSYMBOLS * 2)];
  unsigned short LENGTH_table  [(1 << LZX_LENGTH_TABLEBITS) +
                        (LZX_LENGTH_MAXSYMBOLS * 2)];
  unsigned short ALIGNED_table [(1 << LZX_ALIGNED_TABLEBITS) +
                        (LZX_ALIGNED_MAXSYMBOLS * 2)];

  /* this is used purely for doing the intel E8 transform */
  unsigned char  e8_buf[LZX_FRAME_SIZE];
};

/**
 * Allocates and initialises LZX decompression state for decoding an LZX
 * stream.
 *
 * This routine uses system->alloc() to allocate memory. If memory
 * allocation fails, or the parameters to this function are invalid,
 * NULL is returned.
 *
 * @param system             an mspack_system structure used to read from
 *                           the input stream and write to the output
 *                           stream, also to allocate and free memory.
 * @param input              an input stream with the LZX data.
 * @param output             an output stream to write the decoded data to.
 * @param window_bits        the size of the decoding window, which must be
 *                           between 15 and 21 inclusive.
 * @param reset_interval     the interval at which the LZX bitstream is
 *                           reset, in multiples of LZX frames (32678
 *                           bytes), e.g. a value of 2 indicates the input
 *                           stream resets after every 65536 output bytes.
 *                           A value of 0 indicates that the bistream never
 *                           resets, such as in CAB LZX streams.
 * @param input_buffer_size  the number of bytes to use as an input
 *                           bitstream buffer.
 * @param output_length      the length in bytes of the entirely
 *                           decompressed output stream, if known in
 *                           advance. It is used to correctly perform the
 *                           Intel E8 transformation, which must stop 6
 *                           bytes before the very end of the
 *                           decompressed stream. It is not otherwise used
 *                           or adhered to. If the full decompressed
 *                           length is known in advance, set it here.
 *                           If it is NOT known, use the value 0, and call
 *                           lzxd_set_output_length() once it is
 *                           known. If never set, 4 of the final 6 bytes
 *                           of the output stream may be incorrect.
 * @return a pointer to an initialised lzxd_stream structure, or NULL if
 * there was not enough memory or parameters to the function were wrong.
 */
extern struct lzxd_stream *lzxd_init(struct mspack_system *system,
                             struct mspack_file *input,
                             struct mspack_file *output,
                             int window_bits,
                             int reset_interval,
                             int input_buffer_size,
                             off_t output_length);

/* see description of output_length in lzxd_init() */
extern void lzxd_set_output_length(struct lzxd_stream *lzx,
                           off_t output_length);

/**
 * Decompresses entire or partial LZX streams.
 *
 * The number of bytes of data that should be decompressed is given as the
 * out_bytes parameter. If more bytes are decoded than are needed, they
 * will be kept over for a later invocation.
 *
 * The output bytes will be passed to the system->write() function given in
 * lzxd_init(), using the output file handle given in lzxd_init(). More than
 * one call may be made to system->write().

 * Input bytes will be read in as necessary using the system->read()
 * function given in lzxd_init(), using the input file handle given in
 * lzxd_init().  This will continue until system->read() returns 0 bytes,
 * or an error. Errors will be passed out of the function as
 * MSPACK_ERR_READ errors.  Input streams should convey an "end of input
 * stream" by refusing to supply all the bytes that LZX asks for when they
 * reach the end of the stream, rather than return an error code.
 *
 * If any error code other than MSPACK_ERR_OK is returned, the stream
 * should be considered unusable and lzxd_decompress() should not be
 * called again on this stream.
 *
 * @param lzx       LZX decompression state, as allocated by lzxd_init().
 * @param out_bytes the number of bytes of data to decompress.
 * @return an error code, or MSPACK_ERR_OK if successful
 */
extern int lzxd_decompress(struct lzxd_stream *lzx, off_t out_bytes);

/**
 * Frees all state associated with an LZX data stream. This will call
 * system->free() using the system pointer given in lzxd_init().
 *
 * @param lzx LZX decompression state to free.
 */
void lzxd_free(struct lzxd_stream *lzx);

#endif

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