[Openmcl-devel] defcallback and doubles

Gary Byers gb at clozure.com
Thu Jul 14 20:56:36 UTC 2005



On Thu, 14 Jul 2005, Chris Curtis wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I'm having a strange problem with a defcallback'ed function that takes 
> doubles. The function signature in C is:
>
> int (*pfunc)(const char*, const char*, const char*, double, double, double, 
> double, double, double, void*)
>
> (I didn't write it.)
>
> My callback function looks like this:
>
> (defcallback my-cb-func ((:* :char) s1 (:* :char) s2 (:* :char) s3
>                         :double d1 :double d2 :double d3 :double :d4 :double 
> d5 :double d6
>                         (:* T) ref
>                         :integer)
>  (format t "~A ~A ~A ~G ~G ~G ~G ~G ~G~%" (ccl::%get-cstring s1) 
> (ccl::%get-cstring s2)
>           (ccl::%get-cstring s3) d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 d6))
>
>
> When this callback is executed by the C library I'm using, the three cstrings 
> are handled correctly but the doubles are way off, seeming to indicate that 
> somehow the wrong value and/or wrong alignment is being used for those 
> parameters.

Whether or not the function has a C prototype in effect at the point
of call may be the most sigificant factor.  If no prototype had
existed, I think that the callback would have worked (C would have had
to consider the possibility that the function took a variable number
of args; FF-CALL basically always passes arguments in a way that'll
allow varargs to work.)

This is fixable, but it'll require changes on both the lisp and kernel
side of DEFCALLBACK.




>
> If I call the same callback using ff-call, it works correctly. I'm not even 
> sure how to debug this further yet. Is there something obvious I'm missing?
>
> Thanks,
>
> --chris
>
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