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SQLite training in Houston TX on 2019-11-05 (details)
Part of the 2019 Tcl Conference

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# This script constructs the "sqlite3.h" header file from the following
# sources:
#   1) The src/sqlite.h.in source file.  This is the template for sqlite3.h.
#   2) The VERSION file containing the current SQLite version number.
#   3) The manifest file from the fossil SCM.  This gives use the date.
#   4) The manifest.uuid file from the fossil SCM.  This gives the SHA1 hash.
# Run this script by specifying the root directory of the source tree
# on the command-line.
# This script performs processing on src/sqlite.h.in. It:
#   1) Adds SQLITE_EXTERN in front of the declaration of global variables,
#   2) Adds SQLITE_API in front of the declaration of API functions,
#   3) Replaces the string --VERS-- with the current library version, 
#      formatted as a string (e.g. "3.6.17"), and
#   4) Replaces the string --VERSION-NUMBER-- with current library version,
#      formatted as an integer (e.g. "3006017").
#   5) Replaces the string --SOURCE-ID-- with the date and time and sha1 
#      hash of the fossil-scm manifest for the source tree.
# This script outputs to stdout.
# Example usage:
#   tclsh mksqlite3h.tcl ../sqlite >sqlite3.h

# Get the source tree root directory from the command-line
set TOP [lindex $argv 0]

# Get the SQLite version number (ex: 3.6.18) from the $TOP/VERSION file.
set in [open $TOP/VERSION]
set zVersion [string trim [read $in]]
close $in
set nVersion [eval format "%d%03d%03d" [split $zVersion .]]

# Get the fossil-scm version number from $TOP/manifest.uuid.
set in [open $TOP/manifest.uuid]
set zUuid [string trim [read $in]]
close $in

# Get the fossil-scm check-in date from the "D" card of $TOP/manifest.
set in [open $TOP/manifest]
set zDate {}
while {![eof $in]} {
  set line [gets $in]
  if {[regexp {^D (2[-0-9T:]+)} $line all date]} {
    set zDate [string map {T { }} $date]
close $in

# Set up patterns for recognizing API declarations.
set varpattern {^[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z_0-9 *]+sqlite3_[_a-zA-Z0-9]+(\[|;| =)}
set declpattern {^ *([a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z_0-9 ]+ \**)(sqlite3_[_a-zA-Z0-9]+)(\(.*)$}

# Force the output to use unix line endings, even on Windows.
fconfigure stdout -translation lf

set filelist [subst {

# These are the functions that accept a variable number of arguments.  They
# always need to use the "cdecl" calling convention even when another calling
# convention (e.g. "stcall") is being used for the rest of the library.
set cdecllist {

# Process the source files.
foreach file $filelist {
  set in [open $file]
  while {![eof $in]} {
    set line [gets $in]

    # File sqlite3rtree.h contains a line "#include <sqlite3.h>". Omit this
    # line when copying sqlite3rtree.h into sqlite3.h.
    if {[string match {*#include*<sqlite3.h>*} $line]} continue
    regsub -- --VERS--           $line $zVersion line
    regsub -- --VERSION-NUMBER-- $line $nVersion line
    regsub -- --SOURCE-ID--      $line "$zDate $zUuid" line

    if {[regexp $varpattern $line] && ![regexp {^ *typedef} $line]} {
      set line "SQLITE_API $line"
    } else {
      if {[regexp $declpattern $line all rettype funcname rest]} {
        set line SQLITE_API
        append line " " [string trim $rettype]
        if {[string index $rettype end] ne "*"} {
          append line " "
        if {[lsearch -exact $cdecllist $funcname] >= 0} {
          append line SQLITE_CDECL
        } else {
          append line SQLITE_STDCALL
        append line " " $funcname $rest
    puts $line
  close $in