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Sat Sep 17 10:17:24 2011 UTC (8 years, 2 months ago) by mmaechler
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make Matrix_check_class_etc callable from other packages C code

#undef Matrix_with_SPQR

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {

#include <stdint.h> // C99 for int64_t
#include <ctype.h>
#include <R.h>  /* includes Rconfig.h */
#include <Rversion.h>
#include <Rdefines.h> /* Rinternals.h + GET_SLOT etc */

#include <libintl.h>
#define _(String) dgettext ("Matrix", String)
#define _(String) (String)
/* Note that this is not yet supported (for Windows, e.g.) in R 2.9.0 : */
#define dngettext(pkg, String, StringP, N) (N > 1 ? StringP : String)

#ifdef __GNUC__
# undef alloca
# define alloca(x) __builtin_alloca((x))
#elif defined(__sun) || defined(_AIX)
/* this is necessary (and sufficient) for Solaris 10 and AIX 6: */
# include <alloca.h>

#define Alloca(n, t)   (t *) alloca( (size_t) ( (n) * sizeof(t) ) )

SEXP triangularMatrix_validate(SEXP obj);
SEXP symmetricMatrix_validate(SEXP obj);
SEXP dense_nonpacked_validate(SEXP obj);

/* enum constants from cblas.h and some short forms */
enum CBLAS_ORDER {CblasRowMajor=101, CblasColMajor=102};
enum CBLAS_TRANSPOSE {CblasNoTrans=111, CblasTrans=112, CblasConjTrans=113};
enum CBLAS_UPLO {CblasUpper=121, CblasLower=122};
enum CBLAS_DIAG {CblasNonUnit=131, CblasUnit=132};
enum CBLAS_SIDE {CblasLeft=141, CblasRight=142};
#define RMJ CblasRowMajor
#define CMJ CblasColMajor
#define NTR CblasNoTrans
#define TRN CblasTrans
#define CTR CblasConjTrans
#define UPP CblasUpper
#define LOW CblasLower
#define NUN CblasNonUnit
#define UNT CblasUnit
#define LFT CblasLeft
#define RGT CblasRight

double get_double_by_name(SEXP obj, char *nm);
SEXP set_double_by_name(SEXP obj, double val, char *nm);
SEXP as_det_obj(double val, int log, int sign);
SEXP get_factors(SEXP obj, char *nm);
SEXP set_factors(SEXP obj, SEXP val, char *nm);

#if 0
SEXP dgCMatrix_set_Dim(SEXP x, int nrow);
#endif	/* unused */

/* int csc_unsorted_columns(int ncol, const int p[], const int i[]); */
/* void csc_sort_columns(int ncol, const int p[], int i[], double x[]); */
/* SEXP csc_check_column_sorting(SEXP A); */

SEXP check_scalar_string(SEXP sP, char *vals, char *nm);
Rboolean equal_string_vectors(SEXP s1, SEXP s2);

void d_packed_getDiag(double *dest, SEXP x, int n);
void l_packed_getDiag(   int *dest, SEXP x, int n);
void tr_d_packed_getDiag(double *dest, SEXP x);
void tr_l_packed_getDiag(   int *dest, SEXP x);

SEXP Matrix_getElement(SEXP list, char *nm);

#define PACKED_TO_FULL(TYPE)						\
TYPE *packed_to_full_ ## TYPE(TYPE *dest, const TYPE *src,		\
			     int n, enum CBLAS_UPLO uplo)

#define FULL_TO_PACKED(TYPE)						\
TYPE *full_to_packed_ ## TYPE(TYPE *dest, const TYPE *src, int n,	\
			      enum CBLAS_UPLO uplo, enum CBLAS_DIAG diag)

extern	 /* stored pointers to symbols initialized in R_init_Matrix */
#include "Syms.h"

/* zero an array */
#define AZERO(x, n) {int _I_, _SZ_ = (n); for(_I_ = 0; _I_ < _SZ_; _I_++) (x)[_I_] = 0;}

/* number of elements in one triangle of a square matrix of order n */
#define PACKED_LENGTH(n)   ((n) * ((n) + 1))/2

/* duplicate the slot with name given by sym from src to dest */

#define slot_dup(dest, src, sym)  SET_SLOT(dest, sym, duplicate(GET_SLOT(src, sym)))

/* is not yet used: */
#define slot_nonNull_dup(dest, src, sym)			\
    if(GET_SLOT(src, sym) != R_NilValue)			\
	SET_SLOT(dest, sym, duplicate(GET_SLOT(src, sym)))

#define slot_dup_if_has(dest, src, sym)				\
    if(R_has_slot(src, sym))					\
	SET_SLOT(dest, sym, duplicate(GET_SLOT(src, sym)))

/* TODO: Make this faster for the case where dimnames = list(NULL,NULL)
 *       and hence don't have to be set ! */
#define SET_DimNames(dest, src) slot_dup(dest, src, Matrix_DimNamesSym)

#define uplo_P(_x_) CHAR(STRING_ELT(GET_SLOT(_x_, Matrix_uploSym), 0))
#define diag_P(_x_) CHAR(STRING_ELT(GET_SLOT(_x_, Matrix_diagSym), 0))
#define class_P(_x_) CHAR(asChar(getAttrib(_x_, R_ClassSymbol)))

// Define this "Cholmod compatible" to some degree
enum x_slot_kind {x_pattern=-1, x_double=0, x_logical=1, x_integer=2, x_complex=3};
//		    n		  d	      l		   i		z

/* should also work for "matrix" matrices: */
#define Real_KIND(_x_)	(IS_S4_OBJECT(_x_) ? Real_kind(_x_) : \
			 (isReal(_x_) ? x_double : (isLogical(_x_) ? x_logical : -1)))
/* This one gives '0' also for integer "matrix" :*/
#define Real_KIND2(_x_)	(IS_S4_OBJECT(_x_) ? Real_kind(_x_) : \
			 (isLogical(_x_) ? x_logical : 0))

/* requires 'x' slot: */
#define Real_kind(_x_)	(isReal(GET_SLOT(_x_, Matrix_xSym)) ? 0	:	\
			 (isLogical(GET_SLOT(_x_, Matrix_xSym)) ? 1 : -1))

    __C_TYPE *xx = __SEXP(GET_SLOT(x, Matrix_xSym))

 * Check for valid length of a packed triangular array and return the
 * corresponding number of columns
 * @param len length of a packed triangular array
 * @return number of columns
static R_INLINE
int packed_ncol(int len)
    int disc = 8 * len + 1;	/* discriminant */
    int sqrtd = (int) sqrt((double) disc);

    if (len < 0 || disc != sqrtd * sqrtd)
	error(_("invalid 'len' = %d in packed_ncol"));
    return (sqrtd - 1)/2;

 * Allocate an SEXP of given type and length, assign it as slot nm in
 * the object, and return the SEXP.  The validity of this function
 * depends on SET_SLOT not duplicating val when NAMED(val) == 0.  If
 * this behavior changes then ALLOC_SLOT must use SET_SLOT followed by
 * GET_SLOT to ensure that the value returned is indeed the SEXP in
 * the slot.
 * NOTE:  GET_SLOT(x, what)        :== R_do_slot       (x, what)
 * ----   SET_SLOT(x, what, value) :== R_do_slot_assign(x, what, value)
 * and the R_do_slot* are in src/main/attrib.c
 * @param obj object in which to assign the slot
 * @param nm name of the slot, as an R name object
 * @param type type of SEXP to allocate
 * @param length length of SEXP to allocate
 * @return SEXP of given type and length assigned as slot nm in obj
static R_INLINE
SEXP ALLOC_SLOT(SEXP obj, SEXP nm, SEXPTYPE type, int length)
    SEXP val = allocVector(type, length);

    SET_SLOT(obj, nm, val);
    return val;

 * Expand compressed pointers in the array mp into a full set of indices
 * in the array mj.
 * @param ncol number of columns (or rows)
 * @param mp column pointer vector of length ncol + 1
 * @param mj vector of length mp[ncol] to hold the result
 * @return mj
static R_INLINE
int* expand_cmprPt(int ncol, const int mp[], int mj[])
    int j;
    for (j = 0; j < ncol; j++) {
	int j2 = mp[j+1], jj;
	for (jj = mp[j]; jj < j2; jj++) mj[jj] = j;
    return mj;

 * Check if slot(obj, "x") contains any NA (or NaN).
 * @param obj   a 'Matrix' object with a (double precision) 'x' slot.
 * @return Rboolean :== any(, "x") )
static R_INLINE
Rboolean any_NA_in_x(SEXP obj)
    double *x = REAL(GET_SLOT(obj, Matrix_xSym));
    int i, n = LENGTH(GET_SLOT(obj, Matrix_xSym));
    for(i=0; i < n; i++)
	if(ISNAN(x[i])) return TRUE;
    /* else */
    return FALSE;

void make_d_matrix_triangular(double *x, SEXP from);
void make_i_matrix_triangular(   int *x, SEXP from);

void make_d_matrix_symmetric(double *to, SEXP from);
void make_i_matrix_symmetric(   int *to, SEXP from);

SEXP Matrix_expand_pointers(SEXP pP);

SEXP dup_mMatrix_as_dgeMatrix(SEXP A);
SEXP dup_mMatrix_as_geMatrix (SEXP A);

SEXP new_dgeMatrix(int nrow, int ncol);
SEXP m_encodeInd (SEXP ij, SEXP di, SEXP chk_bnds);
SEXP m_encodeInd2(SEXP i, SEXP j, SEXP di, SEXP chk_bnds);

mMatrix_as_dgeMatrix(SEXP A)
    return strcmp(class_P(A), "dgeMatrix") ? dup_mMatrix_as_dgeMatrix(A) : A;

mMatrix_as_geMatrix(SEXP A)
    return strcmp(class_P(A) + 1, "geMatrix") ? dup_mMatrix_as_geMatrix(A) : A;

// Keep centralized --- *and* in sync with ../inst/include/Matrix.h :
#define MATRIX_VALID_dense			\
        "dmatrix", "dgeMatrix",			\
	"lmatrix", "lgeMatrix",			\
	"nmatrix", "ngeMatrix",			\
	"zmatrix", "zgeMatrix"

#define MATRIX_VALID_Csparse			\
 "dgCMatrix", "dsCMatrix", "dtCMatrix",		\
 "lgCMatrix", "lsCMatrix", "ltCMatrix",		\
 "ngCMatrix", "nsCMatrix", "ntCMatrix",		\
 "zgCMatrix", "zsCMatrix", "ztCMatrix"

#define MATRIX_VALID_Tsparse			\
 "dgTMatrix", "dsTMatrix", "dtTMatrix",		\
 "lgTMatrix", "lsTMatrix", "ltTMatrix",		\
 "ngTMatrix", "nsTMatrix", "ntTMatrix",		\
 "zgTMatrix", "zsTMatrix", "ztTMatrix"

#define MATRIX_VALID_Rsparse			\
 "dgRMatrix", "dsRMatrix", "dtRMatrix",		\
 "lgRMatrix", "lsRMatrix", "ltRMatrix",		\
 "ngRMatrix", "nsRMatrix", "ntRMatrix",		\
 "zgRMatrix", "zsRMatrix", "ztRMatrix"

#define MATRIX_VALID_CHMfactor "dCHMsuper", "dCHMsimpl", "nCHMsuper", "nCHMsimpl"

 * Return the 0-based index of a string match in a vector of strings
 * terminated by an empty string.  Returns -1 for no match.
 * @param class string to match
 * @param valid vector of possible matches terminated by an empty string
 * @return index of match or -1 for no match
static R_INLINE int
Matrix_check_class(char *class, const char **valid)
    int ans;
    for (ans = 0; ; ans++) {
	if (!strlen(valid[ans])) return -1;
	if (!strcmp(class, valid[ans])) return ans;

 * These are the ones users should use -- is() versions, also looking
 * at super classes:
int Matrix_check_class_etc(SEXP x, const char **valid);
#if R_VERSION < R_Version(2, 13, 0)
int Matrix_check_class_and_super(SEXP x, const char **valid, SEXP rho);
# define Matrix_check_class_and_super R_check_class_and_super

/** Accessing  *sparseVectors :  fast (and recycling)  v[i] for v = ?sparseVector:
 * -> ./sparseVector.c  -> ./t_sparseVector.c :
// Type_ans sparseVector_sub(int64_t i, int nnz_v, int* v_i, Type_ans* v_x, int len_v):

/* Define all of
 *  dsparseVector_sub(....)
 *  isparseVector_sub(....)
 *  lsparseVector_sub(....)
 *  nsparseVector_sub(....)
 *  zsparseVector_sub(....)
#define _dspV_
#include "t_sparseVector.c"

#define _ispV_
#include "t_sparseVector.c"

#define _lspV_
#include "t_sparseVector.c"

#define _nspV_
#include "t_sparseVector.c"

#define _zspV_
#include "t_sparseVector.c"

#ifdef __cplusplus

#endif /* MATRIX_MUTILS_H_ */
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