Commit c3ff9362 authored by bp's avatar bp
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Assertions added

git-svn-id: https://forth-ev.de/repos/bigforth@1667 3b8d8251-53f3-0310-8f3b-fd1cb8370982
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\ assertions
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variable assert-level ( -- a-addr ) \ gforth
\ All assertions above this level are turned off.
1 assert-level !
: assertn ( n -- ) \ gforth assert-n
\ this is internal (it is not immediate)
assert-level @ >
if
POSTPONE (
then ;
: assert0( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-zero
\ Important assertions that should always be turned on.
0 assertn ; immediate restrict
: assert1( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-one
\ Normal assertions; turned on by default.
1 assertn ; immediate restrict
: assert2( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-two
\ Debugging assertions.
2 assertn ; immediate restrict
: assert3( ( -- ) \ gforth assert-three
\ Slow assertions that you may not want to turn on in normal debugging;
\ you would turn them on mainly for thorough checking.
3 assertn ; immediate restrict
: assert( ( -- ) \ gforth
\ Equivalent to @code{assert1(}
POSTPONE assert1( ; immediate restrict
: assert-throw true abort" assertion failed" ;
: ) ( -- ) \ gforth close-paren
\ End an assertion.
postpone 0= postpone IF postpone ~~ postpone assert-throw
postpone THEN ; immediate
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