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reportGlobals.xq Example File

xmlpatterns/xquery/globalVariables/reportGlobals.xq
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     This XQuery loads a GCC-XML file and reports the locations of all
     global variables in the original C++ source. To run the query,
     use the command line:

     xmlpatterns reportGlobals.xq -param fileToOpen=globals.gccxml -output globals.html

     "fileToOpen=globals.gccxml" binds the file name "globals.gccxml"
     to the variable "fileToOpen" declared and used below.
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 declare variable $fileToOpen as xs:anyURI external;
 declare variable $inDoc as document-node() := doc($fileToOpen);

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    This function determines whether the typeId is a complex type,
    e.g. QString. We only check whether it's a class. To be strictly
    correct, we should check whether the class has a non-synthesized
    constructor. We accept both mutable and const types.
 :)
 declare function local:isComplexType($typeID as xs:string) as xs:boolean
 {
     exists($inDoc/GCC_XML/Class[@id = $typeID])
     or
     exists($inDoc/GCC_XML/Class[@id = $inDoc/GCC_XML/CvQualifiedType[@id = $typeID]/@type])
 };

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    This function determines whether the typeId is a primitive type.
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 declare function local:isPrimitive($typeId as xs:string) as xs:boolean
 {
     exists($inDoc/GCC_XML/FundamentalType[@id = $typeId])
 };

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    This function constructs a line for the report. The line contains
    a variable name, the source file, and the line number.
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 declare function local:location($block as element()) as xs:string
 {
     concat($inDoc/GCC_XML/File[@id = $block/@file]/@name, " at line ", $block/@line)
 };

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    This function generates the report. Note that it is called once
    in the <body> element of the <html> output.

    It ignores const variables of simple types but reports all others.
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 declare function local:report() as element()+
 {
     let $complexVariables as element(Variable)* := $inDoc/GCC_XML/Variable[local:isComplexType(@type)]
     return if (exists($complexVariables))
            then (<p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">Global variables with complex types:</p>,
                  <ol xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">
                     {
                         (: For each Variable in $complexVariables... :)
                         $complexVariables/<li><span class="variableName">{string(@name)}</span> in {local:location(.)}</li>
                     }
                  </ol>)
            else <p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">No complex global variables found.</p>

     ,

     let $primitiveVariables as element(Variable)+ := $inDoc/GCC_XML/Variable[local:isPrimitive(@type)]
     return if (exists($primitiveVariables))
            then (<p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">Mutable global variables with primitives types:</p>,
                  <ol xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">
                     {
                         (: For each Variable in $complexVariables... :)
                         $primitiveVariables/<li><span class="variableName">{string(@name)}</span> in {local:location(.)}</li>
                     }
                  </ol>)
            else <p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/">No mutable primitive global variables found.</p>
 };

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     This is where the <html> report is output. First
     there is some style stuff, then the <body> element,
     which contains the call to the \c{local:report()}
     declared above.
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 <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
     <head>
         <title>Global variables report for {$fileToOpen}</title>
     </head>
     <style type="text/css">
         .details
         {{
             text-align: left;
             font-size: 80%;
             color: blue
         }}
         .variableName
         {{
             font-family: courier;
             color: blue
         }}
     </style>

     <body>
         <p class="details">Start report: {current-dateTime()}</p>
         {
             local:report()
         }
         <p class="details">End report: {current-dateTime()}</p>
     </body>

 </html>
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