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+/**
+@brief Embryo Library
+
+These routines are used for Embryo.
+
+@mainpage Embryo Library Documentation
+
+@image html e_big.png
+
+@version 1.7.0
+@author Carsten Haitzler <raster\@rasterman.com>
+@author Compuphase http://www.compuphase.com
+@date 2004-2012
+
+@section intro What is Embryo?
+
+Embryo is a tiny library designed to interpret limited Small programs
+compiled by the included compiler, @c embryo_cc. It is mostly a cleaned
+up and smaller version of the original Small abstract machine. The
+compiler is mostly untouched.
+
+Small was renamed to Pawn.
+For more information about the Pawn language, see
+@htmlonly <a href=http://www.compuphase.com/pawn/pawn.htm>Pawn</a>
+@endhtmlonly
+@latexonly http://www.compuphase.com/pawn/pawn.htm @endlatexonly
+For the basics about the Small language, see @ref Small_Page.
+
+@section How_to_Use How to Use Embryo?
+
+To use Embryo in your code, you need to do at least the following:
+
+@li Include @ref Embryo.h.
+@li Load the Embryo program using one of the
+ @ref Embryo_Program_Creation_Group.
+@li Set up the native calls with @ref embryo_program_native_call_add.
+@li Create a virtual machine with @ref embryo_program_vm_push.
+@li Then run the program with @ref embryo_program_run.
+
+@todo Clean up compiler code.
+@todo Proper overview of the operation of the interpreter, that is how
+ the heap, stack, virtual machines, etc fit together.
+
+@page Small_Page Brief Introduction to Small
+
+This section describes the basics of Small, as compiled and interpreted
+with Embryo.
+
+This summary assumes that you are familar with C. For a full list of
+differences between C and Small, again, see the full documentation.
+
+@section Small_Variables_Section Variables
+
+@subsection Small_Type_Subsection Types
+
+There is only one type, known as the "cell", which can hold an integer.
+
+@subsection Small_Scope_Subsection Scope
+
+The scope and usage of a variable depends on its declaration.
+
+@li A local variable is normally declared with the @c new keyword. E.g.
+ @code new variable @endcode
+@li A static function variable is defined within a function with the
+ @c static keyword.
+@li A global static variable is one that is only available within the
+ file it was declared in. Again, use the @c static keyword, but outside
+ of any function.
+@li A stock variable is one that may not be compiled into a program if it
+ is not used. It is declared using @c stock.
+@li A public variable is one that can be read by the host program using
+ @ref embryo_program_variable_find. It is declared using @c public
+ keyword.
+
+Remember that the keywords above are to be used on their own. That is,
+for example: @code public testvar @endcode not:
+@code new public testvar @endcode
+
+@subsection Small_Constants_Subsection Constants
+
+You can declare constants in two ways:
+@li Using the preprocessor macro @c \#define.
+@li By inserting @c const between the keyword and variable name of a
+ variable declaration. For example, to declare the variable @c var1
+ constant, you type @code new const var1 = 2 @endcode Now @c var1
+ cannot be changed.
+
+@subsection Small_Arrays_Subsection Arrays
+
+To declare an array, append square brackets to the end of the variable
+name. The following examples show how to declare arrays. Note the
+use of the ellipsis operator, which bases the array based on the last two
+declared values:
+
+@code
+new msg[] = "A message."
+new ints[] = {1, 3, 4}
+new ints2[20] = {1, 3} // All other elements 0.
+new ints3[10] = {1, ... } // All elements = 1
+new ints4[10] = {10, 20, ... } // Elements = 10 -> 100.
+ // The difference can be negative.
+new ints5[3][3] = {{1, 2, 3}, {4, 5, 6}, {7, 8, 9}}
+@endcode
+
+@note Array initialisers need to be constant.
+
+@section Small_Func_Calls_Section Function Calls
+
+A typical function declaration is as follows:
+
+@code
+testfunc(param) {
+ // Do something ...
+ // over a couple of lines.
+}
+@endcode
+
+You can pass by reference. That is, the parameter you pass is changed
+outside of the function. For example:
+
+@code
+testfunc(&param) {
+ param = 10
+ // The passed variable will be set to 10 outside of the function.
+}
+@endcode
+
+To pass an array:
+
+@code
+testfunc(param[]) {
+ // Do something to the array
+}
+@endcode
+
+@note Arrays are passed by reference.
+
+@section Small_Control_Subsection Control Structures.
+
+Small has the following control structures, which similar to their C
+counterparts:
+@li @code if (expression) statement1 else statement2 @endcode
+@li @code switch (expression) {
+ case 0:
+ statement1 // Can only be one statement. Look Ma, no breaks!
+ case 1..3: // For values between 1 and 3 inclusive.
+ statement2
+ default: // Optional
+ statement3
+}
+@endcode
+@li @code while(expression) statement @endcode
+@li @code do statement while (expression) @endcode
+@li @code for (init_expression; before_iter_test_expression; after_iter_expression) statement @endcode
+
+@section Small_Preprocessor_Section Preprocessor
+
+The following preprocessor directives are available:
+@li @code #assert constant_expression @endcode
+@li @code #define pattern replacement @endcode
+@li @code #define pattern(%1,%2,...) replacement @endcode
+@li @code #include filename @endcode
+@li @code #if constant_expression
+ // Various bits of code
+#else
+ // Other bits of code
+#endif
+@endcode
+@li @code #undef pattern @endcode
+
+
+@page Available_Native_Calls_Page Available Calls
+
+Embryo provides a minimal set of native calls that can be used within
+any Embryo script. Those calls are detailed here.
+
+@note Some of the "core" functions here are also described in the full
+ Small documentation given
+
+@todo Finish this section.
+
+@section Args_ANC_Section Argument Functions
+
+@subsection Numargs_Desc numargs
+
+Returns the number of arguments passed to a function. Useful
+when dealing with variable argument lists.
+
+@subsection Getargs_Desc getarg(arg, index=0)
+
+Retrieves the argument number @c arg. If the argument is an array,
+use @c index to specify the index of the array to return.
+
+@subsection Setargs_Desc setargs(arg, index=0, value)
+
+Sets the argument number @c arg to the given @c arg. @c index specifies
+the index of @c arg to set if @c arg is an array.
+
+@section String_ANC_Section String Functions
+
+Functions that work on strings.
+
+@subsection Atoi_Desc atoi
+
+Translates an number in string form into an integer.
+
+@subsection Fnmatch_Desc fnmatch
+
+Buggered if I know what this does?
+
+@subsection Strcmp_Desc strcmp
+
+String comparing function.
+
+
+@section Float_ANC_Section Float Functions
+
+@subsection Float_Desc float
+
+@subsection Atof_Desc atof
+
+@subsection Float_Mul_Desc float_mul
+
+@subsection Float_Div_Desc float_div
+
+@subsection Float_Add_Desc float_add
+
+@subsection Float_Sub_Desc float_sub
+
+@subsection Fract_Desc fract
+
+@subsection Round_Desc round
+
+@subsection Float_Cmp_Desc float_cmp
+
+@subsection Sqrt_Desc sqrt
+
+@subsection Pow_Desc pow
+
+@subsection Log_Desc log
+
+@subsection Sin_Desc sin
+
+@subsection Cos_Desc cos
+
+@subsection Tan_Desc tan
+
+@subsection Abs_Desc abs
+
+Returns the absolute value of the given float.
+
+@section Time_ANC_Section Time Functions
+
+@subsection Seconds_Desc seconds()
+
+@subsection Date_Desc date
+
+
+@section Rand_ANC_Section Random Functions
+
+@subsection Rand_Desc rand()
+
+Returns a random integer.
+
+@subsection Randf_Desc randf()
+
+Returns a random float.
+
+@file Embryo.h
+@brief Embryo virtual machine library.
+
+This file includes the routines needed for Embryo library interaction.
+This is the @e only file you need to include.
+
+*/
+
+// The following definitions are in Embryo.h, but I did not want to
+// mess up the formatting of the file
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_FUNCTION_NONE
+ An invalid/non-existent function.
+*/
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_FUNCTION_MAIN
+ Start at program entry point. For use with @ref embryo_program_run.
+*/
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_FUNCTION_CONT
+ Continue from last address. For use with @ref embryo_program_run.
+*/
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_PROGRAM_OK
+ Program was run successfully.
+*/
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_PROGRAM_SLEEP
+ The program's execution was interrupted by a Small @c sleep command.
+*/
+
+/**
+ @def EMBRYO_PROGRAM_FAIL
+ An error in the program caused it to fail.
+*/
+
+#ifndef _EMBRYO_H
+#define _EMBRYO_H
+
+#ifdef EAPI
+# undef EAPI
+#endif
+
+#ifdef _WIN32
+# ifdef EFL_EMBRYO_BUILD
+# ifdef DLL_EXPORT
+# define EAPI __declspec(dllexport)
+# else
+# define EAPI
+# endif /* ! DLL_EXPORT */
+# else
+# define EAPI __declspec(dllimport)
+# endif /* ! EFL_EMBRYO_BUILD */
+#else
+# ifdef __GNUC__
+# if __GNUC__ >= 4
+# define EAPI __attribute__ ((visibility("default")))
+# else
+# define EAPI
+# endif
+# else
+# define EAPI
+# endif
+#endif /* ! _WIN32 */
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+extern "C" {
+#endif
+
+#define EMBRYO_VERSION_MAJOR 1
+#define EMBRYO_VERSION_MINOR 8
+
+ typedef struct _Embryo_Version
+ {
+ int major;
+ int minor;
+ int micro;
+ int revision;
+ } Embryo_Version;
+
+ EAPI extern Embryo_Version *embryo_version;
+
+ /* potential error values */
+ typedef enum _Embryo_Error
+ {
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_NONE,
+ /* reserve the first 15 error codes for exit codes of the abstract machine */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_EXIT, /** Forced exit */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_ASSERT, /** Assertion failed */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_STACKERR, /** Stack/heap collision */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_BOUNDS, /** Index out of bounds */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_MEMACCESS, /** Invalid memory access */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_INVINSTR, /** Invalid instruction */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_STACKLOW, /** Stack underflow */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_HEAPLOW, /** Heap underflow */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_CALLBACK, /** No callback, or invalid callback */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_NATIVE, /** Native function failed */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_DIVIDE, /** Divide by zero */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_SLEEP, /** Go into sleepmode - code can be restarted */
+
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_MEMORY = 16, /** Out of memory */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_FORMAT, /** Invalid file format */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_VERSION, /** File is for a newer version of the Embryo_Program */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_NOTFOUND, /** Function not found */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_INDEX, /** Invalid index parameter (bad entry point) */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_DEBUG, /** Debugger cannot run */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_INIT, /** Embryo_Program not initialized (or doubly initialized) */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_USERDATA, /** Unable to set user data field (table full) */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_INIT_JIT, /** Cannot initialize the JIT */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_PARAMS, /** Parameter error */
+ EMBRYO_ERROR_DOMAIN, /** Domain error, expression result does not fit in range */
+ } Embryo_Error;
+
+ /* program run return values */
+ typedef enum _Embryo_Status
+ {
+ EMBRYO_PROGRAM_FAIL = 0,
+ EMBRYO_PROGRAM_OK = 1,
+ EMBRYO_PROGRAM_SLEEP = 2,
+ EMBRYO_PROGRAM_BUSY = 3,
+ EMBRYO_PROGRAM_TOOLONG = 4
+ } Embryo_Status;
+
+ typedef unsigned int Embryo_UCell;
+ typedef int Embryo_Cell;
+ /** An invalid cell reference */
+#define EMBRYO_CELL_NONE 0x7fffffff
+
+ typedef struct _Embryo_Program Embryo_Program;
+ typedef int Embryo_Function;
+ /* possible function type values that are enumerated */
+#define EMBRYO_FUNCTION_NONE 0x7fffffff /* An invalid/non existent function */
+#define EMBRYO_FUNCTION_MAIN -1 /* Start at program entry point */
+#define EMBRYO_FUNCTION_CONT -2 /* Continue from last address */
+
+ typedef union
+ {
+ float f;
+ Embryo_Cell c;
+ } Embryo_Float_Cell;
+
+#if defined _MSC_VER || defined __SUNPRO_C
+/** Float to Embryo_Cell */
+# define EMBRYO_FLOAT_TO_CELL(f) (((Embryo_Float_Cell *)&(f))->c)
+/** Embryo_Cell to float */
+# define EMBRYO_CELL_TO_FLOAT(c) (((Embryo_Float_Cell *)&(c))->f)
+#else
+/** Float to Embryo_Cell */
+# define EMBRYO_FLOAT_TO_CELL(f) ((Embryo_Float_Cell) f).c
+/** Embryo_Cell to float */
+# define EMBRYO_CELL_TO_FLOAT(c) ((Embryo_Float_Cell) c).f
+#endif
+
+ /**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Library_Group Library Maintenance Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that start up and shutdown the Embryo library.
+ */
+
+
+/**
+ * Initialises the Embryo library.
+ * @return The number of times the library has been initialised without being
+ * shut down.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Library_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_init(void);
+
+/**
+ * Shuts down the Embryo library.
+ * @return The number of times the library has been initialised without being
+ * shutdown.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Library_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_shutdown(void);
+
+ /**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Program_Creation_Group Program Creation and Destruction Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that set up programs, and destroy them.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Creates a new Embryo program, with bytecode data that can be freed.
+ * @param data Pointer to the bytecode of the program.
+ * @param size Number of bytes of bytecode.
+ * @return A new Embryo program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Creation_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Program *embryo_program_new(void *data, int size);
+
+/**
+ * Creates a new Embryo program, with bytecode data that cannot be
+ * freed.
+ * @param data Pointer to the bytecode of the program.
+ * @param size Number of bytes of bytecode.
+ * @return A new Embryo program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Creation_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Program *embryo_program_const_new(void *data, int size);
+
+/**
+ * Creates a new Embryo program based on the bytecode data stored in the
+ * given file.
+ * @param file Filename of the given file.
+ * @return A new Embryo program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Creation_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Program *embryo_program_load(const char *file);
+
+/**
+ * Frees the given Embryo program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Creation_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_free(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Adds a native program call to the given Embryo program.
+ * @param ep The given Embryo program.
+ * @param name The name for the call used in the script.
+ * @param func The function to use when the call is made.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Func_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Func_Group Function Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that deal with Embryo program functions.
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_native_call_add(Embryo_Program *ep, const char *name, Embryo_Cell (*func) (Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell *params));
+
+/**
+ * Resets the current virtual machine session of the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_VM_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Program_VM_Group Virtual Machine Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that deal with creating and destroying virtual machine sessions
+ * for a given program.
+ *
+ * A given embryo program can have multiple virtual machine sessions running.
+ * This is useful when you have a native call that in turn calls a function in
+ * the embryo program. The native call can start a new virtual machine
+ * session to run the function it needs. Once completed, the session can be
+ * popped off the program's stack, and the native call can return its value
+ * to the old session.
+ *
+ * A new virtual machine session is created by pushing a new virtual machine
+ * onto the session stack of a program using @ref embryo_program_vm_push.
+ * The current virtual machine session can be destroyed by calling
+ * @ref embryo_program_vm_pop.
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_vm_reset(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Starts a new virtual machine session for the given program.
+ *
+ * See @ref Embryo_Program_VM_Group for more information about how this works.
+ *
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_VM_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_vm_push(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Frees the current virtual machine session associated with the given program.
+ *
+ * See @ref Embryo_Program_VM_Group for more information about how this works.
+ * Note that you will need to retrieve any return data or data on the stack
+ * before you pop.
+ *
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_VM_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_vm_pop(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Ensures that the given unsigned short integer is in the small
+ * endian format.
+ * @param v Pointer to the given integer.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Swap_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Swap_Group Byte Swapping Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that are used to ensure that integers passed to the
+ * virtual machine are in small endian format. These functions are
+ * used to ensure that the virtual machine operates correctly on big
+ * endian machines.
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_swap_16(unsigned short *v);
+
+/**
+ * Ensures that the given unsigned integer is in the small endian
+ * format.
+ * @param v Pointer to the given integer.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Swap_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_swap_32(unsigned int *v);
+
+/**
+ * Returns the function in the given program with the given name.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param name The given function name.
+ * @return The function if successful. Otherwise, @c EMBRYO_FUNCTION_NONE.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Func_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Function embryo_program_function_find(Embryo_Program *ep, const char *name);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the location of the public variable in the given program
+ * with the given name.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param name The given name.
+ * @return The address of the variable if found. @c EMBRYO_CELL_NONE
+ * otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Public_Variable_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Public_Variable_Group Public Variable Access Functions
+ *
+ * In an Embryo program, a global variable can be declared public, as
+ * described in @ref Small_Scope_Subsection. The functions here allow
+ * the host program to access these public variables.
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Cell embryo_program_variable_find(Embryo_Program *ep, const char *name);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the number of public variables in the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @return The number of public variables.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Public_Variable_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_program_variable_count_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the location of the public variable in the given program
+ * with the given identifier.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param num The identifier of the public variable.
+ * @return The virtual machine address of the variable if found.
+ * @c EMBRYO_CELL_NONE otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Public_Variable_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Cell embryo_program_variable_get(Embryo_Program *ep, int num);
+
+/**
+ * Sets the error code for the given program to the given code.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param error The given error code.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Error_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Error_Group Error Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that set and retrieve error codes in Embryo programs.
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_error_set(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Error error);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the current error code for the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @return The current error code.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Error_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Error embryo_program_error_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Sets the data associated to the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param data New bytecode data.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Data_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Program_Data_Group Program Data Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that set and retrieve data associated with the given
+ * program.
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_data_set(Embryo_Program *ep, void *data);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the data associated to the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Program_Data_Group
+ */
+EAPI void *embryo_program_data_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves a string describing the given error code.
+ * @param error The given error code.
+ * @return String describing the given error code. If the given code is not
+ * known, the string "(unknown)" is returned.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Error_Group
+ */
+EAPI const char *embryo_error_string_get(Embryo_Error error);
+
+/**
+ * Retrieves the length of the string starting at the given cell.
+ * @param ep The program the cell is part of.
+ * @param str_cell Pointer to the first cell of the string.
+ * @return The length of the string. @c 0 is returned if there is an error.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Data_String_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Data_String_Group Embryo Data String Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that operate on strings in the memory of a virtual machine.
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_data_string_length_get(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell *str_cell);
+
+/**
+ * Copies the string starting at the given cell to the given buffer.
+ * @param ep The program the cell is part of.
+ * @param str_cell Pointer to the first cell of the string.
+ * @param dst The given buffer.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Data_String_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_data_string_get(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell *str_cell, char *dst);
+
+/**
+ * Copies string in the given buffer into the virtual machine memory
+ * starting at the given cell.
+ * @param ep The program the cell is part of.
+ * @param src The given buffer.
+ * @param str_cell Pointer to the first cell to copy the string to.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Data_String_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_data_string_set(Embryo_Program *ep, const char *src, Embryo_Cell *str_cell);
+
+/**
+ * Retreives a pointer to the address in the virtual machine given by the
+ * given cell.
+ * @param ep The program whose virtual machine address is being queried.
+ * @param addr The given cell.
+ * @return A pointer to the cell at the given address.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Data_String_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Cell *embryo_data_address_get(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell addr);
+
+/**
+ * Increases the size of the heap of the given virtual machine by the given
+ * number of Embryo_Cells.
+ * @param ep The program with the given virtual machine.
+ * @param cells The given number of Embryo_Cells.
+ * @return The address of the new memory region on success.
+ * @c EMBRYO_CELL_NONE otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Heap_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Heap_Group Heap Functions
+ *
+ * The heap is an area of memory that can be allocated for program
+ * use at runtime. The heap functions here change the amount of heap
+ * memory available.
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Cell embryo_data_heap_push(Embryo_Program *ep, int cells);
+
+/**
+ * Decreases the size of the heap of the given virtual machine down to the
+ * given size.
+ * @param ep The program with the given virtual machine.
+ * @param down_to The given size.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Heap_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_data_heap_pop(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell down_to);
+
+/**
+ * Returns the number of virtual machines are running for the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @return The number of virtual machines running.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Run_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Run_Group Program Run Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that are involved in actually running functions in an
+ * Embryo program.
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_program_recursion_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Runs the given function of the given Embryo program in the current
+ * virtual machine. The parameter @p fn can be found using
+ * @ref embryo_program_function_find.
+ *
+ * @note For Embryo to be able to run a function, it must have been
+ * declared @c public in the Small source code.
+ *
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param func The given function. Normally "main", in which case the
+ * constant @c EMBRYO_FUNCTION_MAIN can be used.
+ * @return @c EMBRYO_PROGRAM_OK on success. @c EMBRYO_PROGRAM_SLEEP if the
+ * program is halted by the Small @c sleep call.
+ * @c EMBRYO_PROGRAM_FAIL if there is an error.
+ * @c EMBRYO_PROGRAM_TOOLONG if the program executes for longer than
+ * it is allowed to in abstract machine instruction count.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Run_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Status embryo_program_run(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Function func);
+
+/**
+ * Retreives the return value of the last called function of the given
+ * program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @return An Embryo_Cell representing the return value of the function
+ * that was last called.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Run_Group
+ */
+EAPI Embryo_Cell embryo_program_return_value_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Sets the maximum number of abstract machine cycles any given program run
+ * can execute before being put to sleep and returning.
+ *
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param max The number of machine cycles as a limit.
+ *
+ * This sets the maximum number of abstract machine (virtual machine)
+ * instructions that a single run of an embryo function (even if its main)
+ * can use before embryo embryo_program_run() reutrns with the value
+ * EMBRYO_PROGRAM_TOOLONG. If the function fully executes within this number
+ * of cycles, embryo_program_run() will return as normal with either
+ * EMBRYO_PROGRAM_OK, EMBRYO_PROGRAM_FAIL or EMBRYO_PROGRAM_SLEEP. If the
+ * run exceeds this instruction count, then EMBRYO_PROGRAM_TOOLONG will be
+ * returned indicating the program exceeded its run count. If the app wishes
+ * to continue running this anyway - it is free to process its own events or
+ * whatever it wants and continue the function by calling
+ * embryo_program_run(program, EMBRYO_FUNCTION_CONT); which will start the
+ * run again until the instruction count is reached. This can keep being done
+ * to allow the calling program to still be able to control things outside the
+ * embryo function being called. If the maximum run cycle count is 0 then the
+ * program is allowed to run forever only returning when it is done.
+ *
+ * It is important to note that abstract machine cycles are NOT the same as
+ * the host machine cpu cycles. They are not fixed in runtime per cycle, so
+ * this is more of a helper tool than a way to HARD-FORCE a script to only
+ * run for a specific period of time. If the cycle count is set to something
+ * low like 5000 or 1000, then every 1000 (or 5000) cycles control will be
+ * returned to the calling process where it can check a timer to see if a
+ * physical runtime limit has been elapsed and then abort running further
+ * assuming a "runaway script" or keep continuing the script run. This
+ * limits resolution to only that many cycles which do not take a determined
+ * amount of time to execute, as this varies from cpu to cpu and also depends
+ * on how loaded the system is. Making the max cycle run too low will
+ * impact performance requiring the abstract machine to do setup and teardown
+ * cycles too often comapred to cycles actually executed.
+ *
+ * Also note it does NOT include nested abstract machines. IF this abstract
+ * machine run calls embryo script that calls a native function that in turn
+ * calls more embryo script, then the 2nd (and so on) levels are not included
+ * in this run count. They can set their own max instruction count values
+ * separately.
+ *
+ * The default max cycle run value is 0 in any program until set with this
+ * function.
+ *
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Run_Group
+ */
+EAPI void embryo_program_max_cycle_run_set(Embryo_Program *ep, int max);
+
+/**
+ * Retreives the maximum number of abstract machine cycles a program is allowed
+ * to run.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @return The number of cycles a run cycle is allowed to run for this
+ * program.
+ *
+ * This returns the value set by embryo_program_max_cycle_run_set(). See
+ * embryo_program_max_cycle_run_set() for more information.
+ *
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Run_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_program_max_cycle_run_get(Embryo_Program *ep);
+
+/**
+ * Pushes an Embryo_Cell onto the function stack to use as a parameter for
+ * the next function that is called in the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param cell The Embryo_Cell to push onto the stack.
+ * @return @c 1 if successful. @c 0 otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Parameter_Group
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @defgroup Embryo_Parameter_Group Function Parameter Functions
+ *
+ * Functions that set parameters for the next function that is called.
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_parameter_cell_push(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell cell);
+
+/**
+ * Pushes a string onto the function stack to use as a parameter for the
+ * next function that is called in the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param str The string to push onto the stack.
+ * @return @c 1 if successful. @c 0 otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Parameter_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_parameter_string_push(Embryo_Program *ep, const char *str);
+
+/**
+ * Pushes an array of Embryo_Cells onto the function stack to be used as
+ * parameters for the next function that is called in the given program.
+ * @param ep The given program.
+ * @param cells The array of Embryo_Cells.
+ * @param num The number of cells in @p cells.
+ * @return @c 1 if successful. @c 0 otherwise.
+ * @ingroup Embryo_Parameter_Group
+ */
+EAPI int embryo_parameter_cell_array_push(Embryo_Program *ep, Embryo_Cell *cells, int num);
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+}
+#endif
+
+#endif