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// @(#)root/base:$Id: TApplication.cxx 41541 2011-10-24 13:31:15Z rdm $
// Author: Fons Rademakers   22/12/95

 * Copyright (C) 1995-2000, Rene Brun and Fons Rademakers.               *
 * All rights reserved.                                                  *
 *                                                                       *
 * For the licensing terms see $ROOTSYS/LICENSE.                         *
 * For the list of contributors see $ROOTSYS/README/CREDITS.             *

//                                                                      //
// TApplication                                                         //
//                                                                      //
// This class creates the ROOT Application Environment that interfaces  //
// to the windowing system eventloop and eventhandlers.                 //
// This class must be instantiated exactly once in any given            //
// application. Normally the specific application class inherits from   //
// TApplication (see TRint).                                            //
//                                                                      //

#include "RConfigure.h"
#include "Riostream.h"
#include "TApplication.h"
#include "TException.h"
#include "TGuiFactory.h"
#include "TVirtualX.h"
#include "TROOT.h"
#include "TSystem.h"
#include "TString.h"
#include "TError.h"
#include "TObjArray.h"
#include "TObjString.h"
#include "TTimer.h"
#include "TInterpreter.h"
#include "TStyle.h"
#include "TVirtualPad.h"
#include "TEnv.h"
#include "TColor.h"
#include "TClassTable.h"
#include "TPluginManager.h"
#include "TClassTable.h"
#include "TBrowser.h"
#include "TUrl.h"

#include "TGIOS.h"

TApplication *gApplication = 0;
Bool_t TApplication::fgGraphNeeded = kFALSE;
Bool_t TApplication::fgGraphInit = kFALSE;
TList *TApplication::fgApplications = 0;  // List of available applications

class TIdleTimer : public TTimer {
   TIdleTimer(Long_t ms) : TTimer(ms, kTRUE) { }
   Bool_t Notify();

Bool_t TIdleTimer::Notify()
   // Notify handler.
   return kFALSE;


TApplication::TApplication() :
   fArgc(0), fArgv(0), fAppImp(0), fIsRunning(kFALSE), fReturnFromRun(kFALSE),
   fNoLog(kFALSE), fNoLogo(kFALSE), fQuit(kFALSE), fUseMemstat(kFALSE),
   fFiles(0), fIdleTimer(0), fSigHandler(0), fExitOnException(kDontExit),
   // Default ctor. Can be used by classes deriving from TApplication.


TApplication::TApplication(const char *appClassName, Int_t *argc, char **argv,
                           void * /*options*/, Int_t numOptions) :
   fArgc(0), fArgv(0), fAppImp(0), fIsRunning(kFALSE), fReturnFromRun(kFALSE),
   fNoLog(kFALSE), fNoLogo(kFALSE), fQuit(kFALSE), fUseMemstat(kFALSE),
   fFiles(0), fIdleTimer(0), fSigHandler(0), fExitOnException(kDontExit),
   // Create an application environment. The application environment
   // provides an interface to the graphics system and eventloop
   // (be it X, Windoze, MacOS or BeOS). After creating the application
   // object start the eventloop by calling its Run() method. The command
   // line options recogized by TApplication are described in the GetOptions()
   // method. The recognized options are removed from the argument array.
   // The original list of argument options can be retrieved via the Argc()
   // and Argv() methods. The appClassName "proofserv" is reserved for the
   // PROOF system. The "options" and "numOptions" arguments are not used,
   // except if you want to by-pass the argv processing by GetOptions()
   // in which case you should specify numOptions<0. All options will
   // still be available via the Argv() method for later use.

   if (gApplication && gApplication->TestBit(kDefaultApplication)) {
      // allow default TApplication to be replaced by a "real" TApplication
      delete gApplication;
      gApplication = 0;
      fgGraphInit = kFALSE;

   if (gApplication) {
      Error("TApplication", "only one instance of TApplication allowed");

   if (!gROOT)
      ::Fatal("TApplication::TApplication", "ROOT system not initialized");

   if (!gSystem)
      ::Fatal("TApplication::TApplication", "gSystem not initialized");

   gApplication = this;

   // Create the list of applications the first time
   if (!fgApplications)
      fgApplications = new TList;

   // copy command line arguments, can be later accessed via Argc() and Argv()
   if (argc && *argc > 0) {
      fArgc = *argc;
      fArgv = (char **)new char*[fArgc];

   for (int i = 0; i < fArgc; i++)
      fArgv[i] = StrDup(argv[i]);

   if (numOptions >= 0)
      GetOptions(argc, argv);

   if (fArgv)

   // Tell TSystem the TApplication has been created

   fAppImp = gGuiFactory->CreateApplicationImp(appClassName, argc, argv);

   // Make sure all registered dictionaries have been initialized
   // and that all types have been loaded

   // Enable autoloading

   // Initialize the graphics environment
   if (gClassTable->GetDict("TPad")) {
      fgGraphNeeded = kTRUE;

   // Save current interpreter context

   // to allow user to interact with TCanvas's under WIN32

   // activate TMemStat
   if (fUseMemstat || gEnv->GetValue("Root.TMemStat", 0)) {
      fUseMemstat = kTRUE;
      Int_t buffersize = gEnv->GetValue("Root.TMemStat.buffersize", 100000);
      Int_t maxcalls   = gEnv->GetValue("Root.TMemStat.maxcalls", 5000000);
      const char *ssystem = gEnv->GetValue("Root.TMemStat.system","gnubuiltin");
      if (maxcalls > 0) {
         gROOT->ProcessLine(Form("new TMemStat(\"%s\",%d,%d);",ssystem,buffersize,maxcalls));

   // TApplication dtor.

   for (int i = 0; i < fArgc; i++)
      if (fArgv[i]) delete [] fArgv[i];
   delete [] fArgv;
   if (fgApplications)

   //close TMemStat
   if (fUseMemstat) {
      fUseMemstat = kFALSE;

void TApplication::NeedGraphicsLibs()
   // Static method. This method should be called from static library
   // initializers if the library needs the low level graphics system.

   fgGraphNeeded = kTRUE;

void TApplication::InitializeGraphics()
   // Initialize the graphics environment.

   if (fgGraphInit || !fgGraphNeeded)

   fgGraphInit = kTRUE;

   // Load the graphics related libraries

   gVirtualX = new ROOT::iOS::TGIOS("TGIOS", "VirtualX for iOS");


   // Try to load TrueType font renderer. Only try to load if not in batch
   // mode and Root.UseTTFonts is true and Root.TTFontPath exists. Abort silently
   // if libttf or libGX11TTF are not found in $ROOTSYS/lib or $ROOTSYS/ttf/lib.
   const char *ttpath = gEnv->GetValue("Root.TTFontPath",
   char *ttfont = gSystem->Which(ttpath, "arialbd.ttf", kReadPermission);
   // Check for use of DFSG - fonts
   if (!ttfont)
      ttfont = gSystem->Which(ttpath, "FreeSansBold.ttf", kReadPermission);

#if !defined(R__WIN32)
   if (!gROOT->IsBatch() && !strcmp(gVirtualX->GetName(), "X11") &&
       ttfont && gEnv->GetValue("Root.UseTTFonts", 1)) {
      if (gClassTable->GetDict("TGX11TTF")) {
         // in principle we should not have linked anything against libGX11TTF
         // but with ACLiC this can happen, initialize TGX11TTF by hand
         // (normally this is done by the static library initializer)
      } else {
         TPluginHandler *h;
         if ((h = gROOT->GetPluginManager()->FindHandler("TVirtualX", "x11ttf")))
            if (h->LoadPlugin() == -1)
               Info("InitializeGraphics", "no TTF support");
   delete [] ttfont;

   // Create WM dependent application environment
   if (fAppImp)
      delete fAppImp;
   fAppImp = gGuiFactory->CreateApplicationImp(gROOT->GetName(), &fArgc, fArgv);
   if (!fAppImp) {
      fAppImp = gGuiFactory->CreateApplicationImp(gROOT->GetName(), &fArgc, fArgv);

   // Create the canvas colors early so they are allocated before
   // any color table expensive bitmaps get allocated in GUI routines (like
   // creation of XPM bitmaps).

   // Hook for further initializing the WM dependent application environment

   // Set default screen factor (if not disabled in rc file)
   if (gEnv->GetValue("Canvas.UseScreenFactor", 1)) {
      Int_t  x, y;
      UInt_t w, h;
      if (gVirtualX) {
         gVirtualX->GetGeometry(-1, x, y, w, h);
         if (h > 0 && h < 1000) gStyle->SetScreenFactor(0.0011*h);
#endif  // iOS

void TApplication::ClearInputFiles()
   // Clear list containing macro files passed as program arguments.
   // This method is called from TRint::Run() to ensure that the macro
   // files are only executed the first time Run() is called.

   if (fFiles) {

char *TApplication::Argv(Int_t index) const
   // Return specified argument.

   if (fArgv) {
      if (index >= fArgc) {
         Error("Argv", "index (%d) >= number of arguments (%d)", index, fArgc);
         return 0;
      return fArgv[index];
   return 0;

void TApplication::GetOptions(Int_t *argc, char **argv)
   // Get and handle command line options. Arguments handled are removed
   // from the argument array. The following arguments are handled:
   //    -b : run in batch mode without graphics
   //    -x : exit on exception
   //    -n : do not execute logon and logoff macros as specified in .rootrc
   //    -q : exit after processing command line macro files
   //    -l : do not show splash screen
   // The last three options are only relevant in conjunction with TRint.
   // The following help and info arguments are supported:
   //    -?       : print usage
   //    -h       : print usage
   //    --help   : print usage
   //    -config  : print ./configure options
   //    -memstat : run with memory usage monitoring
   // In addition to the above options the arguments that are not options,
   // i.e. they don't start with - or + are treated as follows (and also removed
   // from the argument array):
   //   <dir>       is considered the desired working directory and available
   //               via WorkingDirectory(), if more than one dir is specified the
   //               first one will prevail
   //   <file>      if the file exists its added to the InputFiles() list
   //   <file>.root are considered ROOT files and added to the InputFiles() list,
   //               the file may be a remote file url
   //   <macro>.C   are considered ROOT macros and also added to the InputFiles() list
   // In TRint we set the working directory to the <dir>, the ROOT files are
   // connected, and the macros are executed. If your main TApplication is not
   // TRint you have to decide yourself what to do whith these options.
   // All specified arguments (also the ones removed) can always be retrieved
   // via the TApplication::Argv() method.

   static char null[1] = { "" };

   fNoLog = kFALSE;
   fQuit  = kFALSE;
   fFiles = 0;

   if (!argc)

   int i, j;
   TString pwd;

   for (i = 1; i < *argc; i++) {
      if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-?") || !strncmp(argv[i], "-h", 2) ||
          !strncmp(argv[i], "--help", 6)) {
         fprintf(stderr, "Usage: %s [-l] [-b] [-n] [-q] [dir] [[file:]data.root] [file1.C ... fileN.C]\n", argv[0]);
         fprintf(stderr, "Options:\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -b : run in batch mode without graphics\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -x : exit on exception\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -n : do not execute logon and logoff macros as specified in .rootrc\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -q : exit after processing command line macro files\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -l : do not show splash screen\n");
         fprintf(stderr, " dir : if dir is a valid directory cd to it before executing\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -?      : print usage\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -h      : print usage\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  --help  : print usage\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -config : print ./configure options\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "  -memstat : run with memory usage monitoring\n");
         fprintf(stderr, "\n");
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-config")) {
         fprintf(stderr, "ROOT ./configure options:\n%s\n", gROOT->GetConfigOptions());
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-memstat")) {
         fUseMemstat = kTRUE;
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-b")) {
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-n")) {
         fNoLog = kTRUE;
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-q")) {
         fQuit = kTRUE;
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-l")) {
         // used by front-end program to not display splash screen
         fNoLogo = kTRUE;
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-x")) {
         fExitOnException = kExit;
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (!strcmp(argv[i], "-splash")) {
         // used when started by front-end program to signal that
         // splash screen can be popped down (TRint::PrintLogo())
         argv[i] = null;
      } else if (argv[i][0] != '-' && argv[i][0] != '+') {
         Long64_t size;
         Long_t id, flags, modtime;
         char *arg = strchr(argv[i], '(');
         if (arg) *arg = '\0';
         char *dir = gSystem->ExpandPathName(argv[i]);
         TUrl udir(dir, kTRUE);
         if (arg) *arg = '(';
         if (!gSystem->GetPathInfo(dir, &id, &size, &flags, &modtime)) {
            if ((flags & 2)) {
               // if directory set it in fWorkDir
               if (pwd == "") {
                  pwd = gSystem->WorkingDirectory();
                  fWorkDir = dir;
                  argv[i] = null;
               } else if (!strcmp(gROOT->GetName(), "Rint")) {
                  Warning("GetOptions", "only one directory argument can be specified (%s)", dir);
            } else if (size > 0) {
               // if file add to list of files to be processed
               if (!fFiles) fFiles = new TObjArray;
               fFiles->Add(new TObjString(argv[i]));
               argv[i] = null;
            } else {
               Warning("GetOptions", "file %s has size 0, skipping", dir);
         } else {
            if (TString(udir.GetFile()).EndsWith(".root")) {
               if (!strcmp(udir.GetProtocol(), "file")) {
                  // file ending on .root but does not exist, likely a typo
                  // warn user if plain root...
                  if (!strcmp(gROOT->GetName(), "Rint"))
                     Warning("GetOptions", "file %s not found", dir);
               } else {
                  // remote file, give it the benefit of the doubt and add it to list of files
                  if (!fFiles) fFiles = new TObjArray;
                  fFiles->Add(new TObjString(argv[i]));
                  argv[i] = null;
            } else {
               TString mode,fargs,io;
               TString fname = gSystem->SplitAclicMode(dir,mode,fargs,io);
               char *mac;
               if ((mac = gSystem->Which(TROOT::GetMacroPath(), fname,
                                         kReadPermission))) {
                  // if file add to list of files to be processed
                  if (!fFiles) fFiles = new TObjArray;
                  fFiles->Add(new TObjString(argv[i]));
                  argv[i] = null;
                  delete [] mac;
               } else {
                  // only warn if we're plain root,
                  // other progs might have their own params
                  if (!strcmp(gROOT->GetName(), "Rint"))
                     Warning("GetOptions", "macro %s not found", fname.Data());
         delete [] dir;
      // ignore unknown options

   // go back to startup directory
   if (pwd != "")

   // remove handled arguments from argument array
   j = 0;
   for (i = 0; i < *argc; i++) {
      if (strcmp(argv[i], "")) {
         argv[j] = argv[i];

   *argc = j;

void TApplication::HandleIdleTimer()
   // Handle idle timeout. When this timer expires the registered idle command
   // will be executed by this routine and a signal will be emitted.

   if (!fIdleCommand.IsNull())


void TApplication::HandleException(Int_t sig)
   // Handle exceptions (kSigBus, kSigSegmentationViolation,
   // kSigIllegalInstruction and kSigFloatingException) trapped in TSystem.
   // Specific TApplication implementations may want something different here.

   if (TROOT::Initialized()) {
      if (gException) {
      if (fExitOnException == kExit)
      else if (fExitOnException == kAbort)

TApplication::EExitOnException TApplication::ExitOnException(TApplication::EExitOnException opt)
   // Set the exit on exception option. Setting this option determines what
   // happens in HandleException() in case an exception (kSigBus,
   // kSigSegmentationViolation, kSigIllegalInstruction or kSigFloatingException)
   // is trapped. Choices are: kDontExit (default), kExit or kAbort.
   // Returns the previous value.

   EExitOnException old = fExitOnException;
   fExitOnException = opt;
   return old;

void TApplication::Help(const char *line)
   // Print help on interpreter.


   Printf("\nROOT special commands.");
   Printf("             pwd          : show current directory, pad and style");
   Printf("             ls           : list contents of current directory");
   Printf("             which [file] : shows path of macro file");

void TApplication::LoadGraphicsLibs()
   // Load shared libs neccesary for graphics. These libraries are only
   // loaded when gROOT->IsBatch() is kFALSE.

   if (gROOT->IsBatch()) return;

   TPluginHandler *h;
   if ((h = gROOT->GetPluginManager()->FindHandler("TVirtualPad")))
      if (h->LoadPlugin() == -1)

   TString name;
   TString title1 = "ROOT interface to ";
   TString nativex, title;
   TString nativeg = "root";
#ifndef R__WIN32
   nativex = "x11";
   name    = "X11";
   title   = title1 + "X11";
   nativex = "win32gdk";
   name    = "Win32gdk";
   title   = title1 + "Win32gdk";

   TString guiBackend(gEnv->GetValue("Gui.Backend", "native"));
   if (guiBackend == "native") {
      guiBackend = nativex;
   } else {
      name  = guiBackend;
      title = title1 + guiBackend;
   TString guiFactory(gEnv->GetValue("Gui.Factory", "native"));
   if (guiFactory == "native")
      guiFactory = nativeg;

   if ((h = gROOT->GetPluginManager()->FindHandler("TVirtualX", guiBackend))) {
      if (h->LoadPlugin() == -1) {
      gVirtualX = (TVirtualX *) h->ExecPlugin(2, name.Data(), title.Data());
   if ((h = gROOT->GetPluginManager()->FindHandler("TGuiFactory", guiFactory))) {
      if (h->LoadPlugin() == -1) {
      gGuiFactory = (TGuiFactory *) h->ExecPlugin(0);

void TApplication::MakeBatch()
   // Switch to batch mode.

   if (gGuiFactory != gBatchGuiFactory) delete gGuiFactory;
   gGuiFactory = gBatchGuiFactory;
#ifndef R__WIN32
   if (gVirtualX != gGXBatch) delete gVirtualX;
   gVirtualX = gGXBatch;

Int_t TApplication::ParseRemoteLine(const char *ln,
                                   TString &hostdir, TString &user,
                                   Int_t &dbg, TString &script)
   // Parse the content of a line starting with ".R" (already stripped-off)
   // The format is
   //      [user@]host[:dir] [-l user] [-d dbg] [script]
   // The variable 'dir' is the remote directory to be used as working dir.
   // The username can be specified in two ways, "-l" having the priority
   // (as in ssh).
   // A 'dbg' value > 0 gives increasing verbosity.
   // The last argument 'script' allows to specify an alternative script to
   // be executed remotely to startup the session.

   if (!ln || strlen(ln) <= 0)
      return 0;

   Int_t rc = 0;
   Bool_t isHostDir = kTRUE;
   Bool_t isScript = kFALSE;
   Bool_t isUser = kFALSE;
   Bool_t isDbg = kFALSE;

   TString line(ln);
   TString tkn;
   Int_t from = 0;
   while (line.Tokenize(tkn, from, " ")) {
      if (tkn == "-l") {
         // Next is a user name
         isUser = kTRUE;
      } else if (tkn == "-d") {
         isDbg = kTRUE;
      } else if (tkn == "-close") {
         rc = 1;
      } else if (tkn.BeginsWith("-")) {
         ::Warning("TApplication::ParseRemoteLine","unknown option: %s", tkn.Data());
      } else {
         if (isUser) {
            user = tkn;
            isUser = kFALSE;
         } else if (isDbg) {
            dbg = tkn.Atoi();
            isDbg = kFALSE;
         } else if (isHostDir) {
            hostdir = tkn;
            isHostDir = kFALSE;
            isScript = kTRUE;
         } else if (isScript) {
            // Add everything left
            script = tkn;
            script.Insert(0, "\"");
            script += "\"";
            isScript = kFALSE;

   // Done
   return rc;

Long_t TApplication::ProcessRemote(const char *line, Int_t *)
   // Process the content of a line starting with ".R" (already stripped-off)
   // The format is
   //      [user@]host[:dir] [-l user] [-d dbg] [script] | [host] -close
   // The variable 'dir' is the remote directory to be used as working dir.
   // The username can be specified in two ways, "-l" having the priority
   // (as in ssh).
   // A 'dbg' value > 0 gives increasing verbosity.
   // The last argument 'script' allows to specify an alternative script to
   // be executed remotely to startup the session.

   if (!line) return 0;

   if (!strncmp(line, "-?", 2) || !strncmp(line, "-h", 2) ||
       !strncmp(line, "--help", 6)) {
      Info("ProcessRemote", "remote session help:");
      Printf(".R [user@]host[:dir] [-l user] [-d dbg] [[<]script] | [host] -close");
      Printf("Create a ROOT session on the specified remote host.");
      Printf("The variable \"dir\" is the remote directory to be used as working dir.");
      Printf("The username can be specified in two ways, \"-l\" having the priority");
      Printf("(as in ssh). A \"dbg\" value > 0 gives increasing verbosity.");
      Printf("The last argument \"script\" allows to specify an alternative script to");
      Printf("be executed remotely to startup the session, \"roots\" being");
      Printf("the default. If the script is preceeded by a \"<\" the script will be");
      Printf("sourced, after which \"roots\" is executed. The sourced script can be ");
      Printf("used to change the PATH and other variables, allowing an alternative");
      Printf("\"roots\" script to be found.");
      Printf("To close down a session do \".R host -close\".");
      Printf("To switch between sessions do \".R host\", to switch to the local");
      Printf("session do \".R\".");
      Printf("To list all open sessions do \"gApplication->GetApplications()->Print()\".");
      return 0;

   TString hostdir, user, script;
   Int_t dbg = 0;
   Int_t rc = ParseRemoteLine(line, hostdir, user, dbg, script);
   if (hostdir.Length() <= 0) {
      // Close the remote application if required
      if (rc == 1) {
         delete fAppRemote;
      // Return to local run
      fAppRemote = 0;
      // Done
      return 1;
   } else if (rc == 1) {
      // close an existing remote application
      TApplication *ap = TApplication::Open(hostdir, 0, 0);
      if (ap) {
         delete ap;
   // Attach or start a remote application
   if (user.Length() > 0)
      hostdir.Insert(0,Form("%s@", user.Data()));
   const char *sc = (script.Length() > 0) ? script.Data() : 0;
   TApplication *ap = TApplication::Open(hostdir, dbg, sc);
   if (ap) {
      fAppRemote = ap;

   // Done
   return 1;

Long_t TApplication::ProcessLine(const char *line, Bool_t sync, Int_t *err)
   // Process a single command line, either a C++ statement or an interpreter
   // command starting with a ".".
   // Return the return value of the command casted to a long.

   if (!line || !*line) return 0;

   // If we are asked to go remote do it
   if (!strncmp(line, ".R", 2)) {
      Int_t n = 2;
      while (*(line+n) == ' ')
      return ProcessRemote(line+n, err);

   // Redirect, if requested
   if (fAppRemote && TestBit(kProcessRemotely)) {
      return fAppRemote->ProcessLine(line, err);

   if (!strncasecmp(line, ".qqqqqqq", 7)) {
   } else if (!strncasecmp(line, ".qqqqq", 5)) {
      Info("ProcessLine", "Bye... (try '.qqqqqqq' if still running)");
   } else if (!strncasecmp(line, ".exit", 4) || !strncasecmp(line, ".quit", 2)) {
      return 0;

   if (!strncmp(line, "?", 1)) {
      return 1;

   if (!strncmp(line, ".pwd", 4)) {
      if (gDirectory)
         Printf("Current directory: %s", gDirectory->GetPath());
      if (gPad)
         Printf("Current pad:       %s", gPad->GetName());
      if (gStyle)
         Printf("Current style:     %s", gStyle->GetName());
      return 1;

   if (!strncmp(line, ".ls", 3)) {
      const char *opt = 0;
      if (line[3]) opt = &line[3];
      if (gDirectory) gDirectory->ls(opt);
      return 1;

   if (!strncmp(line, ".which", 6)) {
      char *fn  = Strip(line+7);
      char *s   = strtok(fn, "+(");
      char *mac = gSystem->Which(TROOT::GetMacroPath(), s, kReadPermission);
      if (!mac)
         Printf("No macro %s in path %s", s, TROOT::GetMacroPath());
         Printf("%s", mac);
      delete [] fn;
      delete [] mac;
      return mac ? 1 : 0;

   if (!strncmp(line, ".L", 2) || !strncmp(line, ".U", 2)) {
      TString aclicMode;
      TString arguments;
      TString io;
      TString fname = gSystem->SplitAclicMode(line+3, aclicMode, arguments, io);

      char *mac = gSystem->Which(TROOT::GetMacroPath(), fname, kReadPermission);
      if (arguments.Length()) {
         Warning("ProcessLine", "argument(s) \"%s\" ignored with .%c", arguments.Data(),
      Long_t retval = 0;
      if (!mac)
         Error("ProcessLine", "macro %s not found in path %s", fname.Data(),
      else {
         TString cmd(line+1);
         Ssiz_t posSpace = cmd.Index(' ');
         if (posSpace == -1) cmd.Remove(1);
         else cmd.Remove(posSpace);
         TString tempbuf;
         if (sync) {
            tempbuf.Form(".%s %s%s%s", cmd.Data(), mac, aclicMode.Data(),io.Data());
            retval = gInterpreter->ProcessLineSynch(tempbuf,
         } else {
            tempbuf.Form(".%s %s%s%s", cmd.Data(), mac, aclicMode.Data(),io.Data());
            retval = gInterpreter->ProcessLine(tempbuf,

      delete [] mac;


      return retval;

   if (!strncmp(line, ".X", 2) || !strncmp(line, ".x", 2)) {
      return ProcessFile(line+3, err, line[2] == 'k');

   if (!strcmp(line, ".reset")) {
      // Do nothing, .reset disabled in CINT because too many side effects
      Printf("*** .reset not allowed, please use gROOT->Reset() ***");
      return 0;

#if 0
      // delete the ROOT dictionary since CINT will destroy all objects
      // referenced by the dictionary classes (TClass et. al.)
      // fall through

   if (sync)
      return gInterpreter->ProcessLineSynch(line, (TInterpreter::EErrorCode*)err);
      return gInterpreter->ProcessLine(line, (TInterpreter::EErrorCode*)err);

Long_t TApplication::ProcessFile(const char *file, Int_t *error, Bool_t keep)
   // Process a file containing a C++ macro.

   return ExecuteFile(file, error, keep);

Long_t TApplication::ExecuteFile(const char *file, Int_t *error, Bool_t keep)
   // Execute a file containing a C++ macro (static method). Can be used
   // while TApplication is not yet created.

   static const Int_t kBufSize = 1024;

   if (!file || !*file) return 0;

   TString aclicMode;
   TString arguments;
   TString io;
   TString fname = gSystem->SplitAclicMode(file, aclicMode, arguments, io);

   char *exnam = gSystem->Which(TROOT::GetMacroPath(), fname, kReadPermission);
   if (!exnam) {
      ::Error("TApplication::ExecuteFile", "macro %s not found in path %s", fname.Data(),
      delete [] exnam;
      return 0;

   ::ifstream macro(exnam, ios::in);
   if (!macro.good()) {
      ::Error("TApplication::ExecuteFile", "%s no such file", exnam);
      delete [] exnam;
      return 0;

   char currentline[kBufSize];
   char dummyline[kBufSize];
   int tempfile = 0;
   int comment  = 0;
   int ifndefc  = 0;
   int ifdef    = 0;
   char *s      = 0;
   Bool_t execute = kFALSE;
   Long_t retval = 0;

   while (1) {
      bool res = macro.getline(currentline, kBufSize);
      if (macro.eof()) break;
      if (!res) {
         // Probably only read kBufSize, let's ignore the remainder of
         // the line.
         while (!macro.getline(dummyline, kBufSize) && !macro.eof()) {
      s = currentline;
      while (s && (*s == ' ' || *s == '\t')) s++;   // strip-off leading blanks

      // very simple minded pre-processor parsing, only works in case macro file
      // starts with "#ifndef __CINT__". In that case everything till next
      // "#else" or "#endif" will be skipped.
      if (*s == '#') {
         char *cs = Compress(currentline);
         if (strstr(cs, "#ifndef__CINT__") ||
             strstr(cs, "#if!defined(__CINT__)"))
            ifndefc = 1;
         else if (ifndefc && (strstr(cs, "#ifdef") || strstr(cs, "#ifndef") ||
                  strstr(cs, "#ifdefined") || strstr(cs, "#if!defined")))
         else if (ifndefc && strstr(cs, "#endif")) {
            if (ifdef)
               ifndefc = 0;
         } else if (ifndefc && !ifdef && strstr(cs, "#else"))
            ifndefc = 0;
         delete [] cs;
      if (!*s || *s == '#' || ifndefc || !strncmp(s, "//", 2)) continue;

      if (!comment && (!strncmp(s, ".X", 2) || !strncmp(s, ".x", 2))) {
         retval = ExecuteFile(s+3);
         execute = kTRUE;

      if (!strncmp(s, "/*", 2)) comment = 1;
      if (comment) {
         // handle slightly more complex cases like: /*  */  /*
         s = strstr(s, "*/");
         if (s) {
            comment = 0;
            s += 2;

            while (s && (*s == ' ' || *s == '\t')) s++; // strip-off leading blanks
            if (!*s) continue;
            if (!strncmp(s, "//", 2)) continue;
            if (!strncmp(s, "/*", 2)) {
               comment = 1;
               goto again;
      if (!comment && *s == '{') tempfile = 1;
      if (!comment) break;

   if (!execute) {
      TString exname = exnam;
      if (!tempfile) {
         // We have a script that does NOT contain an unamed macro,
         // so we can call the script compiler on it.
         exname += aclicMode;
      exname += arguments;
      exname += io;

      TString tempbuf;
      if (tempfile) {
         tempbuf.Form(".x %s", exname.Data());
      } else {
         tempbuf.Form(".X%s %s", keep ? "k" : " ", exname.Data());
      retval = gInterpreter->ProcessLineSynch(tempbuf,(TInterpreter::EErrorCode*)error);

   delete [] exnam;
   return retval;

void TApplication::Run(Bool_t retrn)
   // Main application eventloop. Calls system dependent eventloop via gSystem.


   fIsRunning = kTRUE;

   fIsRunning = kFALSE;

void TApplication::SetIdleTimer(UInt_t idleTimeInSec, const char *command)
   // Set the command to be executed after the system has been idle for
   // idleTimeInSec seconds. Normally called via TROOT::Idle(...).

   if (fIdleTimer) RemoveIdleTimer();
   fIdleCommand = command;
   fIdleTimer = new TIdleTimer(idleTimeInSec*1000);

void TApplication::RemoveIdleTimer()
   // Remove idle timer. Normally called via TROOT::Idle(0).

   if (fIdleTimer) {
      // timers are removed from the gSystem timer list by their dtor

void TApplication::StartIdleing()
   // Called when system starts idleing.

   if (fIdleTimer) {

void TApplication::StopIdleing()
   // Called when system stops idleing.

   if (fIdleTimer)

Int_t TApplication::TabCompletionHook(char* /*buf*/, int* /*pLoc*/, ostream& /*out*/)
   // What to do when tab is pressed. Re-implemented by TRint.
   // See TTabCom::Hook() for meaning of return values.
   return -1;

void TApplication::Terminate(Int_t status)
   // Terminate the application by call TSystem::Exit() unless application has
   // been told to return from Run(), by a call to SetReturnFromRun().

   Emit("Terminate(Int_t)", status);

   if (fReturnFromRun)
   else {
      //close TMemStat
      if (fUseMemstat) {
         fUseMemstat = kFALSE;

void TApplication::LineProcessed(const char *line)
   // Emit signal when a line has been processed.

   Emit("LineProcessed(const char*)", line);

void TApplication::KeyPressed(Int_t key)
   // Emit signal when console keyboard key was pressed.

   Emit("KeyPressed(Int_t)", key);

void TApplication::ReturnPressed(char *text )
   // Emit signal when return key was pressed.

   Emit("ReturnPressed(char*)", text);

void TApplication::SetEchoMode(Bool_t)
   // Set console echo mode:
   //  mode = kTRUE  - echo input symbols
   //  mode = kFALSE - noecho input symbols

void TApplication::CreateApplication()
   // Static function used to create a default application environment.

   if (!gApplication) {
      char *a = StrDup("RootApp");
      char *b = StrDup("-b");
      char *argv[2];
      Int_t argc = 2;
      argv[0] = a;
      argv[1] = b;
      new TApplication("RootApp", &argc, argv, 0, 0);
      if (gDebug > 0)
         Printf("<TApplication::CreateApplication>: "
                "created default TApplication");
      delete [] a; delete [] b;

TApplication *TApplication::Open(const char *url,
                                  Int_t debug, const char *script)
   // Static function used to attach to an existing remote application
   // or to start one.

   TApplication *ap = 0;
   TUrl nu(url);
   Int_t nnew = 0;

   // Look among the existing ones
   if (fgApplications) {
      TIter nxa(fgApplications);
      while ((ap = (TApplication *) nxa())) {
         TString apn(ap->ApplicationName());
         if (apn == url) {
            // Found matching application
            return ap;
         } else {
            // Check if same machine and user
            TUrl au(apn);
            if (strlen(au.GetUser()) > 0 && strlen(nu.GetUser()) > 0 &&
                !strcmp(au.GetUser(), nu.GetUser())) {
               if (!strncmp(au.GetHost(), nu.GetHost(), strlen(nu.GetHost())))
                  // New session on a known machine
   } else {
      ::Error("TApplication::Open", "list of applications undefined - protocol error");
      return ap;

   // If new session on a known machine pass the number as option
   if (nnew > 0) {
      nu.SetOptions(Form("%d", nnew));

   // Instantiate the TApplication object to be run
   TPluginHandler *h = 0;
   if ((h = gROOT->GetPluginManager()->FindHandler("TApplication","remote"))) {
      if (h->LoadPlugin() == 0) {
         ap = (TApplication *) h->ExecPlugin(3, nu.GetUrl(), debug, script);
      } else {
         ::Error("TApplication::Open", "failed to load plugin for TApplicationRemote");
   } else {
      ::Error("TApplication::Open", "failed to find plugin for TApplicationRemote");

   // Add to the list
   if (ap && !(ap->TestBit(kInvalidObject))) {
      gROOT->GetListOfBrowsables()->Add(ap, ap->ApplicationName());
      TIter next(gROOT->GetListOfBrowsers());
      TBrowser *b;
      while ((b = (TBrowser*) next()))
         b->Add(ap, ap->ApplicationName());
   } else {
              "TApplicationRemote for %s could not be instantiated", url);

   // Done
   return ap;

void TApplication::Close(TApplication *app)
   // Static function used to close a remote application

   if (app) {
      TIter next(gROOT->GetListOfBrowsers());
      TBrowser *b;
      while ((b = (TBrowser*) next()))

void TApplication::ls(Option_t *opt) const
   // Show available sessions

   if (fgApplications) {
      TIter nxa(fgApplications);
      TApplication *a = 0;
      while ((a = (TApplication *) nxa())) {
   } else {

TList *TApplication::GetApplications()
   // Static method returning the list of available applications

   return fgApplications;