#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#
# Usage: fix-log [MODULE-NAME] < INFILE > OUTFILE
#
# Fixes logging macros and messages in the SER source file INFILE
# to match the recent updates in the logging API.
#
# Specify MODULE_NAME if INFILE source file is a part of a SER module.
#
# See doc/logging-api.txt for details.
#
# $Id$

#
# What *exactly* does this script do?
#
#   - replaces LOG(L_*, ...) with the short macro corresponding to L_* level
#
#   - replaces DEBUG() with DBG() macro
#
#   - removes MODULE and the level string prefixes from FMT arguments of macros
#     where FMT looks like "X:...", "X:Y:..." or "X:Y:Z:...", white spaces are
#     ignored and preserved, string matching is case-insensitive
#
#     In addition, if the level string found in FMT argument doesn't match the actual
#     level of the macro, the macro level is fixed.
#
#     Examples:
#        ERR("ERROR:tm: blah\n")           becomes ERR("blah\n")
#        DBG("Debug: blah\n")              becomes DBG("blah\n")
#        LOG(L_ERR, "tm: INFO: blah\n")    becomes INFO("blah\n")
#
#   - removes 'MODULE_NAME ":' string from the beggining of FMT arguments of macros
#     in module source files (a common special case)
#
#     Example:
#        LOG(L_ERR, MODULE_NAME ": tm:Info:blah\n")   becomes INFO("blah\n")
#

# Map a text string to L_* log level macro
my %text2level = (
    "BUG"         => "L_CRIT",
    "CRIT"        => "L_CRIT",
    "CRITICAL"    => "L_CRIT",

    "ALERT"       => "L_ALERT",

    "ERR"         => "L_ERR",
    "ERROR"       => "L_ERR",

    "WARN"        => "L_WARN",
    "WARNING"     => "L_WARN",

    "NOTICE"      => "L_NOTICE",

    "INFO"        => "L_INFO",

    "DBG"         => "L_DBG",
    "DEBUG"       => "L_DBG",
);

#
short2level


# Strip the leading and trailing whitespaces and upper-case a text
sub norm {
    my $text = ($_[0] || "");
    $text =~ s/^\s*//;
    $text =~ s/\s*$//;
    uc($text);
}

my $module_name = norm($ARGV[0]);

sub fix_log_prefix {
    my ($prefix, $level) = ($_[0], $_[1]);

    # delete prefix if it contains module name
    if ($module_name) {
        if (!$text || (norm($text) eq $module_name)) {
            return ("", $level);
        }
    }

    # delete prefix if it contains text level
    my $prefix_level = $text2level{norm($prefix)};
    if ($prefix_level) {
	$prefix = "";
	
	# change level if does not match prefix level
	if ($level =~ /^L_(DBG|INFO|NOTICE|WARN|ERR|CRIT|ALERT)$/ && 
	    $level ne $prefix_level) {
    	    return ("", $prefix_level);
	}
    }

    return ($prefix . ":", $level);
}

sub fix_log {
    my $level = $_[0];
    my $prefix1 = $_[1];
    my $prefix2 = $_[2];
    my $prefix3 = $_[3];
    my $space = $_[4];

    ($prefix1, $level) = fix_log_prefix($prefix1, $level) if $prefix1;
    ($prefix2, $level) = fix_log_prefix($prefix2, $level) if $prefix2;
    ($prefix3, $level) = fix_log_prefix($prefix3, $level) if $prefix3;

    my $prefix = $prefix1 . $prefix2 . $prefix3 . $space;
    $prefix =~ s/^\s*//;
    
    "LOG($level, \"$prefix";
}

while (<STDIN>) {
AGAIN:
    # replace DEBUG() by DBG()
    s/DEBUG\(/DBG\(/g;

    # ...in case the statement spans more lines
    if (/(DBG|INFO|NOTICE|WARN|ERR|BUG|ALERT)\(\s*$/ || /LOG\(([^,]*,)?\s*$/) {
        $_ .= <STDIN>;
        goto AGAIN;
    }

    # one common special case used in several modules
    if ($module_name) {
	s/LOG\(\s*([^,]+)\s*,\s*MODULE_NAME\s*"\s*:\s*/LOG($1, "/g;
	s/(DBG|INFO|NOTICE|WARN|ERR|BUG|ALERT)\(\s*MODULE_NAME\s*"\s*:\s*/$1("/g;
    }

    # module name and level prefix removing magic, may change macro level
    # if different one found in the message
    $id='\s*[a-zA-Z0-9_]+\s*';
    
    s/LOG\(\s*(([A-Z_]+)|[^,]+)\s*,\s*"($id):(($id):(($id):)?)?(\s*)/
        fix_log($1, $3, $5, $7, $8);
    /eg;

    s/(DBG|INFO|NOTICE|WARN|ERR|BUG|ALERT)\(\s*"($id):(($id):(($id):)?)?(\s*)/
        $1 = "CRIT" if $1 eq "BUG";
        fix_log("L_$1", $2, $4, $6, $7);
    /eg;

    # prefer shorter static-level macros
    s/LOG\(\s*L_(DBG|INFO|NOTICE|WARN|ERR|CRIT|ALERT)\s*,\s*/
	$1 = "BUG" if $1 eq "CRIT";
	"$1\(";
    /eg;

    print;
}