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/* $Xorg: record.c,v 1.4 2001/02/09 02:05:27 xorgcvs Exp $ */

/*

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from The Open Group.

Author: David P. Wiggins, The Open Group

This work benefited from earlier work done by Martha Zimet of NCD
and Jim Haggerty of Metheus.

*/
/* $XFree86: xc/programs/Xserver/record/record.c,v 1.10 2002/09/17 01:15:14 dawes Exp $ */

#define NEED_EVENTS
#include "dixstruct.h"
#include "extnsionst.h"
#define _XRECORD_SERVER_
#include "recordstr.h"
#include "set.h"

#ifndef XFree86LOADER
#include <stdio.h>
#include <assert.h>
#else
#include "xf86_ansic.h"
#endif

#ifdef PANORAMIX
#include "globals.h"
#include "panoramiX.h"
#include "panoramiXsrv.h"
#include "cursor.h"
#endif

static RESTYPE RTContext;   /* internal resource type for Record contexts */
static int RecordErrorBase; /* first Record error number */

/* How many bytes of protocol data to buffer in a context. Don't set to less
 * than 32.
 */
#define REPLY_BUF_SIZE 1024

/* Record Context structure */

typedef struct {
    XID           id;            /* resource id of context */
    ClientPtr     pRecordingClient;  /* client that has context enabled */
    struct _RecordClientsAndProtocolRec *pListOfRCAP; /* all registered info */
    ClientPtr     pBufClient;    /* client whose protocol is in replyBuffer*/
    unsigned int continuedReply:1; /* recording a reply that is split up? */
    char    elemHeaders;         /* element header flags (time/seq no.) */
    char    bufCategory;         /* category of protocol in replyBuffer */
    int           numBufBytes;         /* number of bytes in replyBuffer */
    char    replyBuffer[REPLY_BUF_SIZE]; /* buffered recorded protocol */
} RecordContextRec, *RecordContextPtr;

/*  RecordMinorOpRec - to hold minor opcode selections for extension requests
 *  and replies
 */

typedef union {
    int count; /* first element of array: how many "major" structs to follow */
    struct {   /* rest of array elements are this */
      short first;            /* first major opcode */
      short last;       /* last major opcode */
      RecordSetPtr pMinOpSet; /*  minor opcode set for above major range */
    } major;
} RecordMinorOpRec, *RecordMinorOpPtr;


/*  RecordClientsAndProtocolRec, nicknamed RCAP - holds all the client and 
 *  protocol selections passed in a single CreateContext or RegisterClients.
 *  Generally, a context will have one of these from the create and an
 *  additional one for each RegisterClients.  RCAPs are freed when all their
 *  clients are unregistered.
 */

typedef struct _RecordClientsAndProtocolRec {
    RecordContextPtr pContext;             /* context that owns this RCAP */
    struct _RecordClientsAndProtocolRec *pNextRCAP; /* next RCAP on context */
    RecordSetPtr     pRequestMajorOpSet; /* requests to record */
    RecordMinorOpPtr pRequestMinOpInfo;  /* extension requests to record */
    RecordSetPtr     pReplyMajorOpSet;   /* replies to record */
    RecordMinorOpPtr pReplyMinOpInfo;    /* extension replies to record */
    RecordSetPtr     pDeviceEventSet;    /* device events to record */
    RecordSetPtr     pDeliveredEventSet; /* delivered events to record */
    RecordSetPtr     pErrorSet;          /* errors to record */
    XID *        pClientIDs;   /* array of clients to record */
    short        numClients;   /* number of clients in pClientIDs */
    short        sizeClients;  /* size of pClientIDs array */
    unsigned int     clientStarted:1;      /* record new client connections? */
    unsigned int     clientDied:1;   /* record client disconnections? */
    unsigned int     clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated:1; /* pClientIDs malloced? */
} RecordClientsAndProtocolRec, *RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr;

/* how much bigger to make pRCAP->pClientIDs when reallocing */
#define CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT 4

/* counts the total number of RCAPs belonging to enabled contexts. */
static int numEnabledRCAPs;

/*  void VERIFY_CONTEXT(RecordContextPtr, XID, ClientPtr)
 *  In the spirit of the VERIFY_* macros in dix.h, this macro fills in
 *  the context pointer if the given ID is a valid Record Context, else it
 *  returns an error.
 */
#define VERIFY_CONTEXT(_pContext, _contextid, _client) { \
    (_pContext) = (RecordContextPtr)LookupIDByType((_contextid), RTContext); \
    if (!(_pContext)) { \
        (_client)->errorValue = (_contextid); \
      return RecordErrorBase + XRecordBadContext; \
    } \
}

static int RecordDeleteContext(
#if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    pointer /*value*/,
    XID /*id*/
#endif
);


/***************************************************************************/

/* client private stuff */

/*  To make declarations less obfuscated, have a typedef for a pointer to a
 *  Proc function.
 */
typedef int (*ProcFunctionPtr)(
#if NeedFunctionPrototypes
    ClientPtr /*pClient*/
#endif
);

/* Record client private.  Generally a client only has one of these if
 * any of its requests are being recorded.
 */
typedef struct {
/* ptr to client's proc vector before Record stuck its nose in */
    ProcFunctionPtr *originalVector;   
                              
/* proc vector with pointers for recorded requests redirected to the
 * function RecordARequest
 */
    ProcFunctionPtr recordVector[256]; 
} RecordClientPrivateRec, *RecordClientPrivatePtr;

static int RecordClientPrivateIndex;

/*  RecordClientPrivatePtr RecordClientPrivate(ClientPtr)
 *  gets the client private of the given client.  Syntactic sugar.
 */
#define RecordClientPrivate(_pClient) (RecordClientPrivatePtr) \
    ((_pClient)->devPrivates[RecordClientPrivateIndex].ptr)


/***************************************************************************/

/* global list of all contexts */

static RecordContextPtr *ppAllContexts;

static int numContexts;/* number of contexts in ppAllContexts */

/* number of currently enabled contexts.  All enabled contexts are bunched
 * up at the front of the ppAllContexts array, from ppAllContexts[0] to
 * ppAllContexts[numEnabledContexts-1], to eliminate time spent skipping
 * past disabled contexts.
 */
static int numEnabledContexts;

/* RecordFindContextOnAllContexts
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context to search for.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    The index into the array ppAllContexts at which pContext is stored.
 *    If pContext is not found in ppAllContexts, returns -1.
 *
 * Side Effects: none.
 */
static int
RecordFindContextOnAllContexts(pContext)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
{
    int i;

    assert(numContexts >= numEnabledContexts);
    for (i = 0; i < numContexts; i++)
    {
      if (ppAllContexts[i] == pContext)
          return i;
    }
    return -1;
} /* RecordFindContextOnAllContexts */


/***************************************************************************/

/* RecordFlushReplyBuffer
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context to flush.
 *    data1 is a pointer to additional data, and len1 is its length in bytes.
 *    data2 is a pointer to additional data, and len2 is its length in bytes.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If the context is enabled, any buffered (recorded) protocol is written
 *    to the recording client, and the number of buffered bytes is set to
 *    zero.  If len1 is not zero, data1/len1 are then written to the
 *    recording client, and similarly for data2/len2 (written after
 *    data1/len1).
 */
static void
RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, data1, len1, data2, len2)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    pointer data1;
    int len1;
    pointer data2;
    int len2;
{
    if (!pContext->pRecordingClient || pContext->pRecordingClient->clientGone) 
      return;
    if (pContext->numBufBytes)
      WriteToClient(pContext->pRecordingClient, pContext->numBufBytes,
                  (char *)pContext->replyBuffer);
    pContext->numBufBytes = 0;
    if (len1)
      WriteToClient(pContext->pRecordingClient, len1, (char *)data1);
    if (len2)
      WriteToClient(pContext->pRecordingClient, len2, (char *)data2);
} /* RecordFlushReplyBuffer */


/* RecordAProtocolElement
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context that is recording a protocol element.
 *    pClient is the client whose protocol is being recorded.  For
 *      device events and EndOfData, pClient is NULL.
 *    category is the category of the protocol element, as defined
 *      by the RECORD spec.
 *    data is a pointer to the protocol data, and datalen is its length
 *      in bytes.
 *    futurelen is the number of bytes that will be sent in subsequent
 *      calls to this function to complete this protocol element.  
 *      In those subsequent calls, futurelen will be -1 to indicate
 *      that the current data is a continuation of the same protocol
 *      element.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The context may be flushed.  The new protocol element will be
 *    added to the context's protocol buffer with appropriate element
 *    headers prepended (sequence number and timestamp).  If the data
 *    is continuation data (futurelen == -1), element headers won't
 *    be added.  If the protocol element and headers won't fit in
 *    the context's buffer, it is sent directly to the recording
 *    client (after any buffered data).
 */
static void
RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pClient, category, data, datalen, futurelen)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    ClientPtr pClient;
    int category;
    pointer data;
    int datalen;
    int futurelen;
{
    CARD32 elemHeaderData[2];
    int numElemHeaders = 0;
    Bool recordingClientSwapped = pContext->pRecordingClient->swapped;
    int n;
    CARD32 serverTime = 0;
    Bool gotServerTime = FALSE;
    int replylen;

    if (futurelen >= 0)
    { /* start of new protocol element */
      xRecordEnableContextReply *pRep = (xRecordEnableContextReply *)
                                          pContext->replyBuffer;
      if (pContext->pBufClient != pClient ||
          pContext->bufCategory != category)
      {
          RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, NULL, 0, NULL, 0);
          pContext->pBufClient = pClient;
          pContext->bufCategory = category;
      }

      if (!pContext->numBufBytes)
      {
          serverTime = GetTimeInMillis();
          gotServerTime = TRUE;
          pRep->type          = X_Reply;
          pRep->category      = category;
          pRep->sequenceNumber = pContext->pRecordingClient->sequence;
          pRep->length        = 0;
          pRep->elementHeader = pContext->elemHeaders;
          pRep->serverTime    = serverTime;
          if (pClient)
          {
            pRep->clientSwapped =
                        (pClient->swapped != recordingClientSwapped);
            pRep->idBase = pClient->clientAsMask;
            pRep->recordedSequenceNumber = pClient->sequence;
          }
          else /* it's a device event, StartOfData, or EndOfData */
          {
            pRep->clientSwapped = (category != XRecordFromServer) && 
                                    recordingClientSwapped;
            pRep->idBase = 0;
            pRep->recordedSequenceNumber = 0;
          }

          if (recordingClientSwapped)
          {
            swaps(&pRep->sequenceNumber, n);
            swapl(&pRep->length, n);
            swapl(&pRep->idBase, n);
            swapl(&pRep->serverTime, n);
            swapl(&pRep->recordedSequenceNumber, n);
          }
          pContext->numBufBytes = SIZEOF(xRecordEnableContextReply);
      }

      /* generate element headers if needed */

      if ( ( (pContext->elemHeaders & XRecordFromClientTime)
            && category == XRecordFromClient)
          ||
          ( (pContext->elemHeaders & XRecordFromServerTime)
           && category == XRecordFromServer))
      {
          if (gotServerTime)
            elemHeaderData[numElemHeaders] = serverTime;
          else
            elemHeaderData[numElemHeaders] = GetTimeInMillis();
          if (recordingClientSwapped)
            swapl(&elemHeaderData[numElemHeaders], n);
          numElemHeaders++;
      }

      if ( (pContext->elemHeaders & XRecordFromClientSequence)
          &&
          (category == XRecordFromClient || category == XRecordClientDied))
      {
          elemHeaderData[numElemHeaders] = pClient->sequence;
          if (recordingClientSwapped)
            swapl(&elemHeaderData[numElemHeaders], n);
          numElemHeaders++;
      }

      /* adjust reply length */

      replylen = pRep->length;
      if (recordingClientSwapped) swapl(&replylen, n);
      replylen += numElemHeaders + (datalen >> 2) + (futurelen >> 2);
      if (recordingClientSwapped) swapl(&replylen, n);
      pRep->length = replylen;
    } /* end if not continued reply */

    numElemHeaders *= 4;

    /* if space available >= space needed, buffer the data */

    if (REPLY_BUF_SIZE - pContext->numBufBytes >= datalen + numElemHeaders)
    {
      if (numElemHeaders)
      {
          memcpy(pContext->replyBuffer + pContext->numBufBytes,
               elemHeaderData, numElemHeaders);
          pContext->numBufBytes += numElemHeaders;
      }
      if (datalen)
      {
          memcpy(pContext->replyBuffer + pContext->numBufBytes,
               data, datalen);
          pContext->numBufBytes += datalen;
      }
    }
    else
      RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, (pointer)elemHeaderData,
                         numElemHeaders, (pointer)data, datalen);

} /* RecordAProtocolElement */


/* RecordFindClientOnContext
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context to search.
 *    clientspec is the resource ID mask identifying the client to search
 *      for, or XRecordFutureClients.
 *    pposition is a pointer to an int, or NULL.  See Returns.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    The RCAP on which clientspec was found, or NULL if not found on
 *    any RCAP on the given context.
 *    If pposition was not NULL and the returned RCAP is not NULL,
 *    *pposition will be set to the index into the returned the RCAP's
 *    pClientIDs array that holds clientspec.
 *
 * Side Effects: none.
 */
static RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr
RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, clientspec, pposition)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    XID clientspec;
    int *pposition;
{
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP; pRCAP; pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP)
    {
      int i;
      for (i = 0; i < pRCAP->numClients; i++)
      {
          if (pRCAP->pClientIDs[i] == clientspec)
          {
            if (pposition)
                *pposition = i;
            return pRCAP;
          }
      }
    }
    return NULL;
} /* RecordFindClientOnContext */


/* RecordABigRequest
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the recording context.
 *    client is the client being recorded.
 *    stuff is a pointer to the big request of client (see the Big Requests
 *    extension for details.)
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The big request is recorded with the correct length field re-inserted.
 *    
 * Note: this function exists mainly to make RecordARequest smaller.
 */
static void
RecordABigRequest(pContext, client, stuff)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    ClientPtr client;
    xReq *stuff;
{
    CARD32 bigLength;
    char n;
    int bytesLeft;

    /* note: client->req_len has been frobbed by ReadRequestFromClient
     * (os/io.c) to discount the extra 4 bytes taken by the extended length
     * field in a big request.  The actual request length to record is
     * client->req_len + 1 (measured in CARD32s).
     */

    /* record the request header */
    bytesLeft = client->req_len << 2;
    RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromClient,
                     (pointer)stuff, SIZEOF(xReq), bytesLeft);

    /* reinsert the extended length field that was squished out */
    bigLength = client->req_len + (sizeof(bigLength) >> 2);
    if (client->swapped)
      swapl(&bigLength, n);
    RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromClient,
            (pointer)&bigLength, sizeof(bigLength), /* continuation */ -1);
    bytesLeft -= sizeof(bigLength);

    /* record the rest of the request after the length */
    RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromClient,
            (pointer)(stuff + 1), bytesLeft, /* continuation */ -1);
} /* RecordABigRequest */


/* RecordARequest
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    client is a client that the server has dispatched a request to by
 *    calling client->requestVector[request opcode] .
 *    The request is in client->requestBuffer.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    Whatever is returned by the "real" Proc function for this request.
 *    The "real" Proc function is the function that was in
 *    client->requestVector[request opcode]  before it was replaced by
 *    RecordARequest.  (See the function RecordInstallHooks.)
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The request is recorded by all contexts that have registered this
 *    request for this client.  The real Proc function is called.
 */
static int
RecordARequest(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int i;
    RecordClientPrivatePtr pClientPriv;
    REQUEST(xReq);
    int majorop;

    majorop = stuff->reqType;
    for (i = 0; i < numEnabledContexts; i++)
    {
      pContext = ppAllContexts[i];
      pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, client->clientAsMask,
                                NULL);
      if (pRCAP && pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet &&
          RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet, majorop))
      {
          if (majorop <= 127)
          { /* core request */

            if (stuff->length == 0)
                RecordABigRequest(pContext, client, stuff);
            else
                RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromClient,
                        (pointer)stuff, client->req_len << 2, 0);
          }
          else /* extension, check minor opcode */
          {
            int minorop = MinorOpcodeOfRequest(client);
            int numMinOpInfo;
            RecordMinorOpPtr pMinorOpInfo = pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo;

            assert (pMinorOpInfo);
            numMinOpInfo = pMinorOpInfo->count;
            pMinorOpInfo++;
            assert (numMinOpInfo);
            for ( ; numMinOpInfo; numMinOpInfo--, pMinorOpInfo++)
            {
                if (majorop >= pMinorOpInfo->major.first &&
                  majorop <= pMinorOpInfo->major.last &&
                  RecordIsMemberOfSet(pMinorOpInfo->major.pMinOpSet,
                                  minorop))
                {
                  if (stuff->length == 0)
                      RecordABigRequest(pContext, client, stuff);
                  else
                      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, 
                              XRecordFromClient, (pointer)stuff,
                              client->req_len << 2, 0);
                  break;
                }                 
            } /* end for each minor op info */
          } /* end extension request */
      } /* end this RCAP wants this major opcode */
    } /* end for each context */
    pClientPriv = RecordClientPrivate(client);
    assert(pClientPriv);
    return (* pClientPriv->originalVector[majorop])(client);
} /* RecordARequest */


/* RecordASkippedRequest
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &SkippedRequestCallback.
 *    nulldata is NULL.
 *    calldata is a pointer to a SkippedRequestInfoRec (include/os.h)
 *      which provides information about requests that the server is
 *      skipping.  The client's proc vector won't be called for skipped
 *      requests, so that's why we have to catch them here.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The skipped requests are recorded by all contexts that have 
 *    registered those requests for this client.
 *
 * Note: most servers don't skip requests, so calls to this will probably
 *     be rare.  For more information on skipped requests, search for
 *     the word skip in ddx.tbl.ms (the porting layer document).
 */
static void
RecordASkippedRequest(pcbl , nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    SkippedRequestInfoRec *psi = (SkippedRequestInfoRec *)calldata;
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    xReqPtr stuff = psi->req;
    ClientPtr client = psi->client;
    int numSkippedRequests = psi->numskipped;
    int reqlen;
    int i;
    int majorop;
    
    while (numSkippedRequests--)
    {
      majorop = stuff->reqType;
      reqlen = ReqLen(stuff, client);
      /* handle big request */
      if (stuff->length == 0)
          reqlen += 4;
      for (i = 0; i < numEnabledContexts; i++)
      {
          pContext = ppAllContexts[i];
          pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, client->clientAsMask,
                                    NULL);
          if (pRCAP && pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet &&
            RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet, majorop))
          {
            if (majorop <= 127)
            { /* core request */

                RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromClient,
                        (pointer)stuff, reqlen, 0);
            }
            else /* extension, check minor opcode */
            {
                int minorop = MinorOpcodeOfRequest(client);
                int numMinOpInfo;
                RecordMinorOpPtr pMinorOpInfo = pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo;

                assert (pMinorOpInfo);
                numMinOpInfo = pMinorOpInfo->count;
                pMinorOpInfo++;
                assert (numMinOpInfo);
                for ( ; numMinOpInfo; numMinOpInfo--, pMinorOpInfo++)
                {
                  if (majorop >= pMinorOpInfo->major.first &&
                      majorop <= pMinorOpInfo->major.last &&
                      RecordIsMemberOfSet(pMinorOpInfo->major.pMinOpSet,
                                    minorop))
                  {
                      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, 
                            XRecordFromClient, (pointer)stuff,
                            reqlen, 0);
                      break;
                  }                     
                } /* end for each minor op info */
            } /* end extension request */
          } /* end this RCAP wants this major opcode */
      } /* end for each context */

      /* go to next request */
      stuff = (xReqPtr)( ((char *)stuff) + reqlen);

    } /* end for each skipped request */
} /* RecordASkippedRequest */


/* RecordAReply
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &ReplyCallback.
 *    nulldata is NULL.
 *    calldata is a pointer to a ReplyInfoRec (include/os.h)
 *      which provides information about replies that are being sent
 *      to clients.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The reply is recorded by all contexts that have registered this
 *    reply type for this client.  If more data belonging to the same
 *    reply is expected, and if the reply is being recorded by any
 *    context, pContext->continuedReply is set to 1.
 *    If pContext->continuedReply was already 1 and this is the last
 *    chunk of data belonging to this reply, it is set to 0.
 */
static void
RecordAReply(pcbl, nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int eci;
    int majorop;
    ReplyInfoRec *pri = (ReplyInfoRec *)calldata;
    ClientPtr client = pri->client;
    REQUEST(xReq);

    majorop = stuff->reqType;
    for (eci = 0; eci < numEnabledContexts; eci++)
    {
      pContext = ppAllContexts[eci];
      pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, client->clientAsMask,
                                NULL);
      if (pRCAP)
      {
          if (pContext->continuedReply)
          {
            RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromServer,
                pri->replyData, pri->dataLenBytes, /* continuation */ -1);
            if (!pri->bytesRemaining)
                pContext->continuedReply = 0;
          }
          else if (pri->startOfReply && pRCAP->pReplyMajorOpSet &&
                 RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pReplyMajorOpSet, majorop))
          {
            if (majorop <= 127)
            { /* core reply */
                RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, XRecordFromServer,
                   pri->replyData, pri->dataLenBytes, pri->bytesRemaining);
                if (pri->bytesRemaining)
                  pContext->continuedReply = 1;
            }
            else /* extension, check minor opcode */
            {
                int minorop = MinorOpcodeOfRequest(client);
                int numMinOpInfo;
                RecordMinorOpPtr pMinorOpInfo = pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo;
                            assert (pMinorOpInfo);
                numMinOpInfo = pMinorOpInfo->count;
                pMinorOpInfo++;
                assert (numMinOpInfo);
                for ( ; numMinOpInfo; numMinOpInfo--, pMinorOpInfo++)
                {
                  if (majorop >= pMinorOpInfo->major.first &&
                      majorop <= pMinorOpInfo->major.last &&
                      RecordIsMemberOfSet(pMinorOpInfo->major.pMinOpSet,
                                    minorop))
                  {
                      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, client, 
                        XRecordFromServer, pri->replyData,
                        pri->dataLenBytes, pri->bytesRemaining);
                      if (pri->bytesRemaining)
                        pContext->continuedReply = 1;
                      break;
                  }                     
                } /* end for each minor op info */
            } /* end extension reply */
          } /* end continued reply vs. start of reply */
      } /* end client is registered on this context */
    } /* end for each context */
} /* RecordAReply */


/* RecordADeliveredEventOrError
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &EventCallback.
 *    nulldata is NULL.
 *    calldata is a pointer to a EventInfoRec (include/dix.h)
 *      which provides information about events that are being sent
 *      to clients.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The event or error is recorded by all contexts that have registered
 *    it for this client.
 */
static void
RecordADeliveredEventOrError(pcbl, nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    EventInfoRec *pei = (EventInfoRec *)calldata;
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int eci; /* enabled context index */
    ClientPtr pClient = pei->client;

    for (eci = 0; eci < numEnabledContexts; eci++)
    {
      pContext = ppAllContexts[eci];
      pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, pClient->clientAsMask,
                                NULL);
      if (pRCAP && (pRCAP->pDeliveredEventSet || pRCAP->pErrorSet))
      {
          int ev; /* event index */
          xEvent *pev = pei->events;
          for (ev = 0; ev < pei->count; ev++, pev++)
          {
            int recordit;
            if (pev->u.u.type == X_Error)
            {
                recordit = RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pErrorSet,
                                    ((xError *)(pev))->errorCode);
            }
            else
            {
                recordit = RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pDeliveredEventSet,
                                       pev->u.u.type & 0177);
            }
            if (recordit)
            {
                xEvent swappedEvent;
                xEvent *pEvToRecord = pev;

                if (pClient->swapped)
                {
                  (*EventSwapVector[pev->u.u.type & 0177])
                      (pev, &swappedEvent);
                  pEvToRecord = &swappedEvent;
                  
                }
                RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pClient,
                  XRecordFromServer, pEvToRecord, SIZEOF(xEvent), 0);
            }
          } /* end for each event */
      } /* end this client is on this context */
    } /* end for each enabled context */
} /* RecordADeliveredEventOrError */


/* RecordADeviceEvent
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &DeviceEventCallback.
 *    nulldata is NULL.
 *    calldata is a pointer to a DeviceEventInfoRec (include/dix.h)
 *      which provides information about device events that occur.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The device event is recorded by all contexts that have registered
 *    it for this client.
 */
static void
RecordADeviceEvent(pcbl, nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    DeviceEventInfoRec *pei = (DeviceEventInfoRec *)calldata;
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int eci; /* enabled context index */

    for (eci = 0; eci < numEnabledContexts; eci++)
    {
      pContext = ppAllContexts[eci];
      for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP; pRCAP; pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP)
      {
          if (pRCAP->pDeviceEventSet)
          {
            int ev; /* event index */
            xEvent *pev = pei->events;
            for (ev = 0; ev < pei->count; ev++, pev++)
            {
                if (RecordIsMemberOfSet(pRCAP->pDeviceEventSet,
                                  pev->u.u.type & 0177))
                {
                    xEvent swappedEvent;
                    xEvent *pEvToRecord = pev;
#ifdef PANORAMIX
                    xEvent shiftedEvent;

                  if (!noPanoramiXExtension &&
                      (pev->u.u.type == MotionNotify ||
                       pev->u.u.type == ButtonPress ||
                       pev->u.u.type == ButtonRelease ||
                       pev->u.u.type == KeyPress ||
                       pev->u.u.type == KeyRelease)) {
                        int scr = XineramaGetCursorScreen();
                        memcpy(&shiftedEvent, pev, sizeof(xEvent));
                        shiftedEvent.u.keyButtonPointer.rootX +=
                            panoramiXdataPtr[scr].x - 
                              panoramiXdataPtr[0].x;
                        shiftedEvent.u.keyButtonPointer.rootY +=
                            panoramiXdataPtr[scr].y -
                              panoramiXdataPtr[0].y;
                        pEvToRecord = &shiftedEvent;
                  }
#endif /* PANORAMIX */

                  if (pContext->pRecordingClient->swapped)
                  {
                      (*EventSwapVector[pEvToRecord->u.u.type & 0177])
                        (pEvToRecord, &swappedEvent);
                      pEvToRecord = &swappedEvent;
                  }

                  RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, NULL,
                     XRecordFromServer,  pEvToRecord, SIZEOF(xEvent), 0);
                  /* make sure device events get flushed in the absence
                   * of other client activity
                   */
                  SetCriticalOutputPending();
                }
            } /* end for each event */
          } /* end this RCAP selects device events */
      } /* end for each RCAP on this context */
    } /* end for each enabled context */
} /* RecordADeviceEvent */


/* RecordFlushAllContexts
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &FlushCallback.
 *    nulldata and calldata are NULL.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    All buffered reply data of all enabled contexts is written to
 *    the recording clients.
 */
static void
RecordFlushAllContexts(pcbl, nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    int eci; /* enabled context index */
    RecordContextPtr pContext;

    for (eci = 0; eci < numEnabledContexts; eci++)
    {
      pContext = ppAllContexts[eci];

      /* In most cases we leave it to RecordFlushReplyBuffer to make
       * this check, but this function could be called very often, so we
       * check before calling hoping to save the function call cost
       * most of the time.
       */
      if (pContext->numBufBytes)
          RecordFlushReplyBuffer(ppAllContexts[eci], NULL, 0, NULL, 0);
    }
} /* RecordFlushAllContexts */


/* RecordInstallHooks
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pRCAP is an RCAP on an enabled or being-enabled context.
 *    oneclient can be zero or the resource ID mask identifying a client.
 *
 * Returns: BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Recording hooks needed by RCAP are installed.
 *    If oneclient is zero, recording hooks needed for all clients and
 *    protocol on the RCAP are installed.  If oneclient is non-zero,
 *    only those hooks needed for the specified client are installed.
 *    
 *    Client requestVectors may be altered.  numEnabledRCAPs will be
 *    incremented if oneclient == 0.  Callbacks may be added to
 *    various callback lists.
 */
static int
RecordInstallHooks(pRCAP, oneclient)
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    XID oneclient;
{
    int i = 0;
    XID client;

    if (oneclient)
      client = oneclient;
    else
      client = pRCAP->numClients ? pRCAP->pClientIDs[i++] : 0;

    while (client)
    {
      if (client != XRecordFutureClients)
      {
          if (pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet)
          {
            RecordSetIteratePtr pIter = NULL;
            RecordSetInterval interval;
            ClientPtr pClient = clients[CLIENT_ID(client)];

            if (pClient && !RecordClientPrivate(pClient))
            {
                RecordClientPrivatePtr pClientPriv;
                /* no Record proc vector; allocate one */
                pClientPriv = (RecordClientPrivatePtr)
                        xalloc(sizeof(RecordClientPrivateRec));
                if (!pClientPriv)
                  return BadAlloc;
                /* copy old proc vector to new */
                memcpy(pClientPriv->recordVector, pClient->requestVector, 
                     sizeof (pClientPriv->recordVector));
                pClientPriv->originalVector = pClient->requestVector;
                pClient->devPrivates[RecordClientPrivateIndex].ptr =
                  (pointer)pClientPriv;
                pClient->requestVector = pClientPriv->recordVector;
            }
            while ((pIter = RecordIterateSet(pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet,
                                    pIter, &interval)))
            {
                unsigned int j;
                for (j = interval.first; j <= interval.last; j++)
                  pClient->requestVector[j] = RecordARequest;
            }
          }
      }
      if (oneclient)
          client = 0;
      else
          client = (i < pRCAP->numClients) ? pRCAP->pClientIDs[i++] : 0;
    }

    assert(numEnabledRCAPs >= 0);
    if (!oneclient && ++numEnabledRCAPs == 1)
    { /* we're enabling the first context */
      if (!AddCallback(&EventCallback, RecordADeliveredEventOrError, NULL))
          return BadAlloc;
      if (!AddCallback(&DeviceEventCallback, RecordADeviceEvent, NULL))
          return BadAlloc;
      if (!AddCallback(&ReplyCallback, RecordAReply, NULL))
          return BadAlloc;
      if (!AddCallback(&SkippedRequestsCallback, RecordASkippedRequest,
                   NULL))
          return BadAlloc;
      if (!AddCallback(&FlushCallback, RecordFlushAllContexts, NULL))
          return BadAlloc;
      /* Alternate context flushing scheme: delete the line above
       * and call RegisterBlockAndWakeupHandlers here passing
       * RecordFlushAllContexts.  Is this any better?
       */
    }
    return Success;
} /* RecordInstallHooks */


/* RecordUninstallHooks
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pRCAP is an RCAP on an enabled or being-disabled context.
 *    oneclient can be zero or the resource ID mask identifying a client.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Recording hooks needed by RCAP may be uninstalled.
 *    If oneclient is zero, recording hooks needed for all clients and
 *    protocol on the RCAP may be uninstalled.  If oneclient is non-zero,
 *    only those hooks needed for the specified client may be uninstalled.
 *    
 *    Client requestVectors may be altered.  numEnabledRCAPs will be
 *    decremented if oneclient == 0.  Callbacks may be deleted from
 *    various callback lists.
 */
static void
RecordUninstallHooks(pRCAP, oneclient)
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    XID oneclient;
{
    int i = 0;
    XID client;

    if (oneclient)
      client = oneclient;
    else
      client = pRCAP->numClients ? pRCAP->pClientIDs[i++] : 0;

    while (client)
    {
      if (client != XRecordFutureClients)
      {
          if (pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet)
          {
            ClientPtr pClient = clients[CLIENT_ID(client)];
            int c;
            Bool otherRCAPwantsProcVector = FALSE;
            RecordClientPrivatePtr pClientPriv =
                                    RecordClientPrivate(pClient);

            assert (pClient && RecordClientPrivate(pClient));
            memcpy(pClientPriv->recordVector, pClientPriv->originalVector,
                   sizeof (pClientPriv->recordVector));

            for (c = 0; c < numEnabledContexts; c++)
            {
                RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pOtherRCAP;
                RecordContextPtr pContext = ppAllContexts[c];

                if (pContext == pRCAP->pContext) continue;
                pOtherRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, client,
                                             NULL);
                if (pOtherRCAP && pOtherRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet)
                {
                  RecordSetIteratePtr pIter = NULL;
                  RecordSetInterval interval;

                  otherRCAPwantsProcVector = TRUE;
                  while ((pIter = RecordIterateSet(
                                    pOtherRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet,
                                    pIter, &interval)))
                  {
                      unsigned int j;
                      for (j = interval.first; j <= interval.last; j++)
                        pClient->requestVector[j] = RecordARequest;
                  }
                }
            }
            if (!otherRCAPwantsProcVector)
            { /* nobody needs it, so free it */
                pClient->requestVector = pClientPriv->originalVector;
                pClient->devPrivates[RecordClientPrivateIndex].ptr = NULL;
                xfree(pClientPriv);
            }
          } /* end if this RCAP specifies any requests */
      } /* end if not future clients */
      if (oneclient)
          client = 0;
      else
          client = (i < pRCAP->numClients) ? pRCAP->pClientIDs[i++] : 0;
    }

    assert(numEnabledRCAPs >= 1);
    if (!oneclient && --numEnabledRCAPs == 0)
    { /* we're disabling the last context */
      DeleteCallback(&EventCallback, RecordADeliveredEventOrError, NULL);
      DeleteCallback(&DeviceEventCallback, RecordADeviceEvent, NULL);
      DeleteCallback(&ReplyCallback, RecordAReply, NULL);
      DeleteCallback(&SkippedRequestsCallback, RecordASkippedRequest, NULL);
      DeleteCallback(&FlushCallback, RecordFlushAllContexts, NULL);
      /* Alternate context flushing scheme: delete the line above
       * and call RemoveBlockAndWakeupHandlers here passing
       * RecordFlushAllContexts.  Is this any better?
       */
      /* Having deleted the callback, call it one last time. -gildea */
      RecordFlushAllContexts(&FlushCallback, NULL, NULL);
    }
} /* RecordUninstallHooks */


/* RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pRCAP is an RCAP to delete the client from.
 *    position is the index into the array pRCAP->pClientIDs of the
 *    client to delete.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Recording hooks needed by client will be uninstalled if the context
 *    is enabled.  The designated client will be removed from the 
 *    pRCAP->pClientIDs array.  If it was the only client on the RCAP, 
 *    the RCAP is removed from the context and freed.  (Invariant: RCAPs
 *    have at least one client.)
 */
static void
RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP(pRCAP, position)
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int position;
{
    if (pRCAP->pContext->pRecordingClient)
      RecordUninstallHooks(pRCAP, pRCAP->pClientIDs[position]);
    if (position != pRCAP->numClients - 1)
      pRCAP->pClientIDs[position] = pRCAP->pClientIDs[pRCAP->numClients - 1];
    if (--pRCAP->numClients == 0)
    { /* no more clients; remove RCAP from context's list */
      RecordContextPtr pContext = pRCAP->pContext;
      if (pContext->pRecordingClient)
          RecordUninstallHooks(pRCAP, 0);
      if (pContext->pListOfRCAP == pRCAP)
          pContext->pListOfRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP;
      else
      {
          RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr prevRCAP;
          for (prevRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP;
             prevRCAP->pNextRCAP != pRCAP;
             prevRCAP = prevRCAP->pNextRCAP)
            ;
          prevRCAP->pNextRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP;
      }
      /* free the RCAP */
      if (pRCAP->clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated)
          xfree(pRCAP->pClientIDs);
      xfree(pRCAP);
    }
} /* RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP */


/* RecordAddClientToRCAP
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pRCAP is an RCAP to add the client to.
 *    clientspec is the resource ID mask identifying a client, or
 *      XRecordFutureClients.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Recording hooks needed by client will be installed if the context
 *    is enabled.  The designated client will be added to the 
 *    pRCAP->pClientIDs array, which may be realloced.
 *    pRCAP->clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated may be set to 1 if there
 *    is no more room to hold clients internal to the RCAP.
 */
static void
RecordAddClientToRCAP(pRCAP, clientspec)
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    XID clientspec;
{
    if (pRCAP->numClients == pRCAP->sizeClients)
    {
      if (pRCAP->clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated)
      {
          XID *pNewIDs = (XID *)xrealloc(pRCAP->pClientIDs,
                  (pRCAP->sizeClients + CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT) *
                                                sizeof(XID));
          if (!pNewIDs)
            return;
          pRCAP->pClientIDs = pNewIDs;
          pRCAP->sizeClients += CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT;
      }
      else
      {
          XID *pNewIDs = (XID *)xalloc((pRCAP->sizeClients +
                        CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT) * sizeof(XID));
          if (!pNewIDs)
            return;
          memcpy(pNewIDs, pRCAP->pClientIDs, pRCAP->numClients *sizeof(XID));
          pRCAP->pClientIDs = pNewIDs;
          pRCAP->sizeClients += CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT;
          pRCAP->clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated = 1;
      }
    }
    pRCAP->pClientIDs[pRCAP->numClients++] = clientspec;
    if (pRCAP->pContext->pRecordingClient)
      RecordInstallHooks(pRCAP, clientspec);
} /* RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP */


/* RecordDeleteClientFromContext
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context to delete from.
 *    clientspec is the resource ID mask identifying a client, or
 *      XRecordFutureClients.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If clientspec is on any RCAP of the context, it is deleted from that
 *    RCAP.  (A given clientspec can only be on one RCAP of a context.)
 */
static void
RecordDeleteClientFromContext(pContext, clientspec)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    XID clientspec;
{
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int position;

    if ((pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext, clientspec, &position)))
      RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP(pRCAP, position);
} /* RecordDeleteClientFromContext */


/* RecordSanityCheckClientSpecifiers
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    clientspecs is an array of alleged CLIENTSPECs passed by the client.
 *    nspecs is the number of elements in clientspecs.
 *    errorspec, if non-zero, is the resource id base of a client that
 *      must not appear in clienspecs.
 *
 * Returns: BadMatch if any of the clientspecs are invalid, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects: none.
 */
static int
RecordSanityCheckClientSpecifiers(clientspecs, nspecs, errorspec)
    XID *clientspecs;
    int nspecs;
    XID errorspec;
{
    int i;
    int clientIndex;

    for (i = 0; i < nspecs; i++)
    {
      if (clientspecs[i] == XRecordCurrentClients ||
          clientspecs[i] == XRecordFutureClients ||
          clientspecs[i] == XRecordAllClients)
          continue;
      if (errorspec && (CLIENT_BITS(clientspecs[i]) == errorspec) )
          return BadMatch;
      clientIndex = CLIENT_ID(clientspecs[i]);
      if (clientIndex && clients[clientIndex] &&
          clients[clientIndex]->clientState == ClientStateRunning)
      {
          if (clientspecs[i] == clients[clientIndex]->clientAsMask)
            continue;
          if (!LookupIDByClass(clientspecs[i], RC_ANY))
            return BadMatch;
      }
      else
          return BadMatch;
    }
    return Success;
} /* RecordSanityCheckClientSpecifiers */


/* RecordCanonicalizeClientSpecifiers
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pClientspecs is an array of CLIENTSPECs that have been sanity
 *      checked.
 *    pNumClientspecs is a pointer to the number of elements in pClientspecs.
 *    excludespec, if non-zero, is the resource id base of a client that 
 *      should not be included in the expansion of XRecordAllClients or 
 *      XRecordCurrentClients.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    A pointer to an array of CLIENTSPECs that is the same as the
 *    passed array with the following modifications:
 *      - all but the client id bits of resource IDs are stripped off.
 *      - duplicates removed.
 *      - XRecordAllClients expanded to a list of all currently connected
 *        clients + XRecordFutureClients - excludespec (if non-zero)
 *      - XRecordCurrentClients expanded to a list of all currently
 *        connected clients - excludespec (if non-zero)
 *    The returned array may be the passed array modified in place, or
 *    it may be an Xalloc'ed array.  The caller should keep a pointer to the
 *    original array and free the returned array if it is different.
 *
 *    *pNumClientspecs is set to the number of elements in the returned
 *    array.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    pClientspecs may be modified in place.
 */
static XID *
RecordCanonicalizeClientSpecifiers(pClientspecs, pNumClientspecs, excludespec)
    XID *pClientspecs;
    int *pNumClientspecs;
    XID excludespec;
{
    int i;
    int numClients = *pNumClientspecs;

    /*  first pass strips off the resource index bits, leaving just the
     *  client id bits.  This makes searching for a particular client simpler
     *  (and faster.)
     */
    for (i = 0; i < numClients; i++)
    {
      XID cs = pClientspecs[i];
      if (cs > XRecordAllClients)
          pClientspecs[i] = CLIENT_BITS(cs);
    }

    for (i = 0; i < numClients; i++)
    {
      if (pClientspecs[i] == XRecordAllClients ||
          pClientspecs[i] == XRecordCurrentClients)
      { /* expand All/Current */
          int j, nc;
          XID *pCanon = (XID *)xalloc(sizeof(XID) * (currentMaxClients + 1));
          if (!pCanon) return NULL;
          for (nc = 0, j = 1; j < currentMaxClients; j++)
          {
            ClientPtr client = clients[j];
            if (client != NullClient &&
                client->clientState == ClientStateRunning &&
                client->clientAsMask != excludespec)
            {
                pCanon[nc++] = client->clientAsMask;
            }
          }
          if (pClientspecs[i] == XRecordAllClients)
            pCanon[nc++] = XRecordFutureClients;
          *pNumClientspecs = nc;
          return pCanon;
      }
      else /* not All or Current */
      {
          int j;
          for (j = i + 1; j < numClients; )
          {
            if (pClientspecs[i] == pClientspecs[j])
            {
                pClientspecs[j] = pClientspecs[--numClients];
            }
            else
                j++;
          }
      }
    } /* end for each clientspec */
    *pNumClientspecs = numClients;
    return pClientspecs;
} /* RecordCanonicalizeClientSpecifiers */


/****************************************************************************/

/* stuff for RegisterClients */

/* RecordPadAlign
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    size is the number of bytes taken by an object.
 *    align is a byte boundary (e.g. 4, 8)
 *
 * Returns:
 *    the number of pad bytes to add at the end of an object of the
 *    given size so that an object placed immediately behind it will
 *    begin on an <align>-byte boundary.
 *
 * Side Effects: none.
 */
static int
RecordPadAlign(size, align)
    int size;
    int align;
{
    return (align - (size & (align - 1))) & (align - 1);
} /* RecordPadAlign */


/* RecordSanityCheckRegisterClients
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context being registered on.
 *    client is the client that issued a RecordCreateContext or
 *      RecordRegisterClients request.
 *    stuff is a pointer to the request.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    Any one of several possible error values if any of the request
 *    arguments are invalid.  Success if everything is OK.
 *
 * Side Effects: none.
 */
static int
RecordSanityCheckRegisterClients(pContext, client, stuff)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    ClientPtr client;
    xRecordRegisterClientsReq *stuff;
{
    int err;
    xRecordRange *pRange;
    int i;
    XID recordingClient;

    if (((client->req_len << 2) - SIZEOF(xRecordRegisterClientsReq)) !=
      4 * stuff->nClients + SIZEOF(xRecordRange) * stuff->nRanges)
      return BadLength;

    if (stuff->elementHeader &
     ~(XRecordFromClientSequence|XRecordFromClientTime|XRecordFromServerTime))
    {
      client->errorValue = stuff->elementHeader;
      return BadValue;
    }

    recordingClient = pContext->pRecordingClient ?
                  pContext->pRecordingClient->clientAsMask : 0;
    err = RecordSanityCheckClientSpecifiers((XID *)&stuff[1], stuff->nClients,
                                  recordingClient);
    if (err != Success) return err;

    pRange = (xRecordRange *)(((XID *)&stuff[1]) + stuff->nClients);
    for (i = 0; i < stuff->nRanges; i++, pRange++)
    {
      if (pRange->coreRequestsFirst > pRange->coreRequestsLast)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->coreRequestsFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->coreRepliesFirst > pRange->coreRepliesLast)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->coreRepliesFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if ((pRange->extRequestsMajorFirst || pRange->extRequestsMajorLast) &&
          (pRange->extRequestsMajorFirst < 128 ||
           pRange->extRequestsMajorLast < 128 ||
           pRange->extRequestsMajorFirst > pRange->extRequestsMajorLast))
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->extRequestsMajorFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->extRequestsMinorFirst > pRange->extRequestsMinorLast)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->extRequestsMinorFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if ((pRange->extRepliesMajorFirst || pRange->extRepliesMajorLast) &&
          (pRange->extRepliesMajorFirst < 128 ||
           pRange->extRepliesMajorLast < 128 ||
           pRange->extRepliesMajorFirst > pRange->extRepliesMajorLast))
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->extRepliesMajorFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->extRepliesMinorFirst > pRange->extRepliesMinorLast)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->extRepliesMinorFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if ((pRange->deliveredEventsFirst || pRange->deliveredEventsLast) &&
          (pRange->deliveredEventsFirst < 2 ||
           pRange->deliveredEventsLast < 2 ||
           pRange->deliveredEventsFirst > pRange->deliveredEventsLast))
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->deliveredEventsFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if ((pRange->deviceEventsFirst || pRange->deviceEventsLast) &&
          (pRange->deviceEventsFirst < 2 ||
           pRange->deviceEventsLast < 2 ||
           pRange->deviceEventsFirst > pRange->deviceEventsLast))
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->deviceEventsFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->errorsFirst > pRange->errorsLast)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->errorsFirst;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->clientStarted != xFalse && pRange->clientStarted != xTrue)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->clientStarted;
          return BadValue;
      }
      if (pRange->clientDied != xFalse && pRange->clientDied != xTrue)
      {
          client->errorValue = pRange->clientDied;
          return BadValue;
      }
    } /* end for each range */
    return Success;
} /* end RecordSanityCheckRegisterClients */

/* This is a tactical structure used to gather information about all the sets
 * (RecordSetPtr) that need to be created for an RCAP in the process of 
 * digesting a list of RECORDRANGEs (converting it to the internal
 * representation).
 */
typedef struct
{
    int nintervals;     /* number of intervals in following array */
    RecordSetInterval *intervals;  /* array of intervals for this set */
    int size;           /* size of intevals array; >= nintervals */
    int align;          /* alignment restriction for set */
    int offset;         /* where to store set pointer rel. to start of RCAP */
    short first, last;  /* if for extension, major opcode interval */
} SetInfoRec, *SetInfoPtr;

/* These constant are used to index into an array of SetInfoRec. */
enum {REQ,  /* set info for requests */
      REP,  /* set info for replies */
      ERR,  /* set info for errors */
      DEV,  /* set info for device events */
      DLEV, /* set info for delivered events */
      PREDEFSETS};  /* number of predefined array entries */


/* RecordAllocIntervals
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    psi is a pointer to a SetInfoRec whose intervals pointer is NULL.
 *    nIntervals is the desired size of the intervals array.
 *
 * Returns: BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If Success is returned, psi->intervals is a pointer to size
 *    RecordSetIntervals, all zeroed, and psi->size is set to size.
 */
static int
RecordAllocIntervals(psi, nIntervals)
    SetInfoPtr psi;
    int nIntervals;
{
    assert(!psi->intervals);
    psi->intervals = (RecordSetInterval *)
                  xalloc(nIntervals * sizeof(RecordSetInterval));
    if (!psi->intervals)
      return BadAlloc;
    bzero(psi->intervals, nIntervals * sizeof(RecordSetInterval));
    psi->size = nIntervals;
    return Success;
} /* end RecordAllocIntervals */


/* RecordConvertRangesToIntervals
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    psi is a pointer to the SetInfoRec we are building.
 *    pRanges is an array of xRecordRanges.
 *    nRanges is the number of elements in pRanges.
 *    byteoffset is the offset from the start of an xRecordRange of the
 *      two bytes (1 for first, 1 for last) we are interested in.
 *    pExtSetInfo, if non-NULL, indicates that the two bytes mentioned
 *      above are followed by four bytes (2 for first, 2 for last)
 *      representing a minor opcode range, and this information should be
 *      stored in one of the SetInfoRecs starting at pExtSetInfo.
 *    pnExtSetInfo is the number of elements in the pExtSetInfo array.
 *
 * Returns:  BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The slice of pRanges indicated by byteoffset is stored in psi.  
 *    If pExtSetInfo is non-NULL, minor opcode intervals are stored
 *    in an existing SetInfoRec if the major opcode interval matches, else
 *    they are stored in a new SetInfoRec, and *pnExtSetInfo is
 *    increased accordingly.
 */
static int
RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(psi, pRanges, nRanges, byteoffset,
                         pExtSetInfo, pnExtSetInfo)
    SetInfoPtr psi;
    xRecordRange *pRanges;
    int nRanges;
    int byteoffset;
    SetInfoPtr pExtSetInfo;
    int *pnExtSetInfo;
{
    int i;
    CARD8 *pCARD8;
    int first, last;
    int err;

    for (i = 0; i < nRanges; i++, pRanges++)
    {
      pCARD8 = ((CARD8 *)pRanges) + byteoffset;
      first = pCARD8[0];
      last  = pCARD8[1];
      if (first || last)
      {
          if (!psi->intervals)
          {
            err = RecordAllocIntervals(psi, 2 * (nRanges - i));
            if (err != Success)
                return err;
          }
          psi->intervals[psi->nintervals].first = first;
          psi->intervals[psi->nintervals].last  = last;
          psi->nintervals++;
          assert(psi->nintervals <= psi->size);
          if (pExtSetInfo)
          {
            SetInfoPtr pesi = pExtSetInfo;
            CARD16 *pCARD16 = (CARD16 *)(pCARD8 + 2);
            int j;

            for (j = 0; j < *pnExtSetInfo; j++, pesi++)
            {
                if ( (first == pesi->first) && (last == pesi->last) )
                  break;
            }
            if (j == *pnExtSetInfo)
            {
                err = RecordAllocIntervals(pesi, 2 * (nRanges - i));
                if (err != Success)
                  return err;
                pesi->first = first;
                pesi->last  = last;
                (*pnExtSetInfo)++;
            }
            pesi->intervals[pesi->nintervals].first = pCARD16[0];
            pesi->intervals[pesi->nintervals].last  = pCARD16[1];
            pesi->nintervals++;
            assert(pesi->nintervals <= pesi->size);
          }
      }
    }
    return Success;
}  /* end RecordConvertRangesToIntervals */

#define offset_of(_structure, _field) \
    ((char *)(& (_structure . _field)) - (char *)(&_structure))

/* RecordRegisterClients
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context on which to register the clients.
 *    client is the client that issued the RecordCreateContext or
 *      RecordRegisterClients request.
 *    stuff is a pointer to the request.
 *
 * Returns:
 *    Any one of several possible error values defined by the protocol.
 *    Success if everything is OK.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If different element headers are specified, the context is flushed.
 *    If any of the specified clients are already registered on the
 *    context, they are first unregistered.  A new RCAP is created to
 *    hold the specified protocol and clients, and it is linked onto the
 *    context.  If the context is enabled, appropriate hooks are installed
 *    to record the new clients and protocol.
 */
static int
RecordRegisterClients(pContext, client, stuff)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    ClientPtr client;
    xRecordRegisterClientsReq *stuff;
{
    int err;
    int i;
    SetInfoPtr si;
    int maxSets;
    int nExtReqSets = 0;
    int nExtRepSets = 0;
    int extReqSetsOffset = 0;
    int extRepSetsOffset = 0;
    SetInfoPtr pExtReqSets, pExtRepSets;
    int clientListOffset;
    XID *pCanonClients;
    int clientStarted = 0, clientDied = 0;
    xRecordRange *pRanges, rr;
    int nClients;
    int sizeClients;
    int totRCAPsize;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int pad;
    XID recordingClient;

    /* do all sanity checking up front */

    err = RecordSanityCheckRegisterClients(pContext, client, stuff);
    if (err != Success)
      return err;

    /* if element headers changed, flush buffer */
      
    if (pContext->elemHeaders != stuff->elementHeader)
    {
      RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, NULL, 0, NULL, 0);
      pContext->elemHeaders = stuff->elementHeader;
    }

    nClients = stuff->nClients;
    if (!nClients)
      /* if empty clients list, we're done. */
      return Success;

    recordingClient = pContext->pRecordingClient ?
                  pContext->pRecordingClient->clientAsMask : 0;
    pCanonClients = RecordCanonicalizeClientSpecifiers((XID *)&stuff[1],
                                     &nClients, recordingClient);
    if (!pCanonClients)
      return BadAlloc;

    /* We may have to create as many as one set for each "predefined"
     * protocol types, plus one per range for extension reuests, plus one per
     * range for extension replies.
     */
    maxSets = PREDEFSETS + 2 * stuff->nRanges;
    si = (SetInfoPtr)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(sizeof(SetInfoRec) * maxSets);
    if (!si)
    {
      err = BadAlloc;
      goto bailout;
    }
    bzero(si, sizeof(SetInfoRec) * maxSets);

    /* theoretically you must do this because NULL may not be all-bits-zero */
    for (i = 0; i < maxSets; i++)
      si[i].intervals = NULL;

    pExtReqSets = si + PREDEFSETS;
    pExtRepSets = pExtReqSets + stuff->nRanges;

    pRanges = (xRecordRange *)(((XID *)&stuff[1]) + stuff->nClients);

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[REQ], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
                  offset_of(rr, coreRequestsFirst), NULL, NULL);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[REQ], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
         offset_of(rr, extRequestsMajorFirst), pExtReqSets, &nExtReqSets);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[REP], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
                  offset_of(rr, coreRepliesFirst), NULL, NULL);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[REP], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
         offset_of(rr, extRepliesMajorFirst), pExtRepSets, &nExtRepSets);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[ERR], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
                  offset_of(rr, errorsFirst), NULL, NULL);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[DLEV], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
                  offset_of(rr, deliveredEventsFirst), NULL, NULL);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    err = RecordConvertRangesToIntervals(&si[DEV], pRanges, stuff->nRanges,
                  offset_of(rr, deviceEventsFirst), NULL, NULL);
    if (err != Success) goto bailout;

    /* collect client-started and client-died */

    for (i = 0; i < stuff->nRanges; i++)
    {
      if (pRanges[i].clientStarted) clientStarted = TRUE;
      if (pRanges[i].clientDied)    clientDied    = TRUE;
    }

    /*  We now have all the information collected to create all the sets,
     * and we can compute the total memory required for the RCAP.
     */

    totRCAPsize = sizeof(RecordClientsAndProtocolRec);

    /* leave a little room to grow before forcing a separate allocation */
    sizeClients = nClients + CLIENT_ARRAY_GROWTH_INCREMENT;
    pad = RecordPadAlign(totRCAPsize, sizeof(XID));
    clientListOffset = totRCAPsize + pad;
    totRCAPsize += pad + sizeClients * sizeof(XID);

    if (nExtReqSets)
    {
      pad = RecordPadAlign(totRCAPsize, sizeof(RecordSetPtr));
      extReqSetsOffset = totRCAPsize + pad;
      totRCAPsize += pad + (nExtReqSets + 1) * sizeof(RecordMinorOpRec);
    }
    if (nExtRepSets)
    {
      pad = RecordPadAlign(totRCAPsize, sizeof(RecordSetPtr));
      extRepSetsOffset = totRCAPsize + pad;
      totRCAPsize += pad + (nExtRepSets + 1) * sizeof(RecordMinorOpRec);
    }

    for (i = 0; i < maxSets; i++)
    {
      if (si[i].nintervals)
      {
          si[i].size = RecordSetMemoryRequirements(
                        si[i].intervals, si[i].nintervals, &si[i].align);
          pad = RecordPadAlign(totRCAPsize, si[i].align);
          si[i].offset = pad + totRCAPsize;
          totRCAPsize += pad + si[i].size;
      }
    }

    /* allocate memory for the whole RCAP */

    pRCAP = (RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr)xalloc(totRCAPsize);
    if (!pRCAP) 
    {
      err = BadAlloc;
      goto bailout;
    }

    /* fill in the RCAP */

    pRCAP->pContext = pContext;
    pRCAP->pClientIDs = (XID *)((char *)pRCAP + clientListOffset);
    pRCAP->numClients  = nClients;
    pRCAP->sizeClients = sizeClients;
    pRCAP->clientIDsSeparatelyAllocated = 0;
    for (i = 0; i < nClients; i++)
    {
      RecordDeleteClientFromContext(pContext, pCanonClients[i]);
      pRCAP->pClientIDs[i] = pCanonClients[i];
    }

    /* create all the sets */

    if (si[REQ].intervals)
    {
      pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet =
          RecordCreateSet(si[REQ].intervals, si[REQ].nintervals,
            (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + si[REQ].offset), si[REQ].size);
    }
    else pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet = NULL;

    if (si[REP].intervals)
    {
      pRCAP->pReplyMajorOpSet =
          RecordCreateSet(si[REP].intervals, si[REP].nintervals,
            (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + si[REP].offset), si[REP].size);
    }
    else pRCAP->pReplyMajorOpSet = NULL;

    if (si[ERR].intervals)
    {
      pRCAP->pErrorSet =
          RecordCreateSet(si[ERR].intervals, si[ERR].nintervals,
            (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + si[ERR].offset), si[ERR].size);
    }
    else pRCAP->pErrorSet = NULL;

    if (si[DEV].intervals)
    {
      pRCAP->pDeviceEventSet =
          RecordCreateSet(si[DEV].intervals, si[DEV].nintervals,
            (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + si[DEV].offset), si[DEV].size);
    }
    else pRCAP->pDeviceEventSet = NULL;

    if (si[DLEV].intervals)
    {
      pRCAP->pDeliveredEventSet =
          RecordCreateSet(si[DLEV].intervals, si[DLEV].nintervals,
            (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + si[DLEV].offset), si[DLEV].size);
    }
    else pRCAP->pDeliveredEventSet = NULL;

    if (nExtReqSets)
    {
      pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo = (RecordMinorOpPtr)
                              ((char *)pRCAP + extReqSetsOffset);
      pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo[0].count = nExtReqSets;
      for (i = 0; i < nExtReqSets; i++, pExtReqSets++)
      {
          pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo[i+1].major.first = pExtReqSets->first;
          pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo[i+1].major.last  = pExtReqSets->last;
          pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo[i+1].major.pMinOpSet =
            RecordCreateSet(pExtReqSets->intervals,
                        pExtReqSets->nintervals, 
              (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + pExtReqSets->offset),
                        pExtReqSets->size);
      }
    }
    else pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo = NULL;

    if (nExtRepSets)
    {
      pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo = (RecordMinorOpPtr)
                              ((char *)pRCAP + extRepSetsOffset);
      pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo[0].count = nExtRepSets;
      for (i = 0; i < nExtRepSets; i++, pExtRepSets++)
      {
          pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo[i+1].major.first = pExtRepSets->first;
          pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo[i+1].major.last  = pExtRepSets->last;
          pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo[i+1].major.pMinOpSet =
            RecordCreateSet(pExtRepSets->intervals,
                        pExtRepSets->nintervals, 
              (RecordSetPtr)((char *)pRCAP + pExtRepSets->offset),
                        pExtRepSets->size);
      }
    }
    else pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo = NULL;

    pRCAP->clientStarted = clientStarted;
    pRCAP->clientDied    = clientDied;

    /* link the RCAP onto the context */

    pRCAP->pNextRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP;
    pContext->pListOfRCAP = pRCAP;

    if (pContext->pRecordingClient) /* context enabled */
      RecordInstallHooks(pRCAP, 0);

bailout:
    if (si)
    {
      for (i = 0; i < maxSets; i++)
          if (si[i].intervals)
            xfree(si[i].intervals);
      DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(si);
    }
    if (pCanonClients && pCanonClients != (XID *)&stuff[1])
      xfree(pCanonClients);
    return err;
} /* RecordRegisterClients */


/* Proc functions all take a client argument, execute the request in
 * client->requestBuffer, and return a protocol error status.
 */

static int
ProcRecordQueryVersion(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    /* REQUEST(xRecordQueryVersionReq); */
    xRecordQueryVersionReply  rep;
    int           n;

    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordQueryVersionReq);
    rep.type            = X_Reply;
    rep.sequenceNumber  = client->sequence;
    rep.length          = 0;
    rep.majorVersion    = RECORD_MAJOR_VERSION;
    rep.minorVersion    = RECORD_MINOR_VERSION;
    if(client->swapped)
    {
      swaps(&rep.sequenceNumber, n);
      swaps(&rep.majorVersion, n);
      swaps(&rep.minorVersion, n);
    }
    (void)WriteToClient(client, sizeof(xRecordQueryVersionReply),
                  (char *)&rep);
    return (client->noClientException);
} /* ProcRecordQueryVersion */


static int
ProcRecordCreateContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordCreateContextReq);
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    RecordContextPtr *ppNewAllContexts = NULL;
    int err = BadAlloc;

    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordCreateContextReq);
    LEGAL_NEW_RESOURCE(stuff->context, client);

    pContext = (RecordContextPtr)xalloc(sizeof(RecordContextRec));
    if (!pContext)
      goto bailout;

    /* make sure there is room in ppAllContexts to store the new context */

    ppNewAllContexts = (RecordContextPtr *)
      xrealloc(ppAllContexts, sizeof(RecordContextPtr) * (numContexts + 1));
    if (!ppNewAllContexts)
      goto bailout;
    ppAllContexts = ppNewAllContexts;

    pContext->id = stuff->context;
    pContext->pRecordingClient = NULL;
    pContext->pListOfRCAP = NULL;
    pContext->elemHeaders = 0;
    pContext->bufCategory = 0;
    pContext->numBufBytes = 0;
    pContext->pBufClient = NULL;
    pContext->continuedReply = 0;

    err = RecordRegisterClients(pContext, client,
                        (xRecordRegisterClientsReq *)stuff);
    if (err != Success)
      goto bailout;

    if (AddResource(pContext->id, RTContext, pContext))
    {
      ppAllContexts[numContexts++] = pContext;
      return Success;
    }
    else
    {
      RecordDeleteContext((pointer)pContext, pContext->id);
      err = BadAlloc;
    }
bailout:
    if (pContext)
      xfree(pContext);
    return err;
} /* ProcRecordCreateContext */


static int
ProcRecordRegisterClients(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    REQUEST(xRecordRegisterClientsReq);

    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordRegisterClientsReq);
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);

    return RecordRegisterClients(pContext, client, stuff);
} /* ProcRecordRegisterClients */


static int
ProcRecordUnregisterClients(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    int err;
    REQUEST(xRecordUnregisterClientsReq);
    XID *pCanonClients;
    int nClients;
    int i;

    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordUnregisterClientsReq);
    if ((client->req_len << 2) - SIZEOF(xRecordUnregisterClientsReq) !=
      4 * stuff->nClients)
      return BadLength;
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);
    err = RecordSanityCheckClientSpecifiers((XID *)&stuff[1],
                                  stuff->nClients, 0);
    if (err != Success)
      return err;

    nClients = stuff->nClients;
    pCanonClients = RecordCanonicalizeClientSpecifiers((XID *)&stuff[1],
                                     &nClients, 0);
    if (!pCanonClients)
      return BadAlloc;

    for (i = 0; i < nClients; i++)
    {
      RecordDeleteClientFromContext(pContext, pCanonClients[i]);
    }
    if (pCanonClients != (XID *)&stuff[1])
      xfree(pCanonClients);
    return Success;
} /* ProcRecordUnregisterClients */


/****************************************************************************/

/* stuff for GetContext */

/* This is a tactical structure used to hold the xRecordRanges as they are
 * being reconstituted from the sets in the RCAPs.
 */

typedef struct {
    xRecordRange *pRanges;  /* array of xRecordRanges for one RCAP */
    int size;           /* number of elements in pRanges, >= nRanges */
    int nRanges;  /* number of occupied element of pRanges */
} GetContextRangeInfoRec, *GetContextRangeInfoPtr;


/* RecordAllocRanges
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pri is a pointer to a GetContextRangeInfoRec to allocate for.
 *    nRanges is the number of xRecordRanges desired for pri.
 *
 * Returns: BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If Success is returned, pri->pRanges points to at least nRanges
 *    ranges.  pri->nRanges is set to nRanges.  pri->size is the actual
 *    number of ranges.  Newly allocated ranges are zeroed.
 */
static int
RecordAllocRanges(pri, nRanges)
    GetContextRangeInfoPtr pri;
    int nRanges;
{
    int newsize;
    xRecordRange *pNewRange;
#define SZINCR 8

    newsize = max(pri->size + SZINCR, nRanges);
    pNewRange = (xRecordRange *)xrealloc(pri->pRanges,
                   newsize * sizeof(xRecordRange));
    if (!pNewRange)
      return BadAlloc;

    pri->pRanges = pNewRange;
    pri->size = newsize;
    bzero(&pri->pRanges[pri->size - SZINCR], SZINCR * sizeof(xRecordRange));
    if (pri->nRanges < nRanges)
      pri->nRanges = nRanges;
    return Success;
} /* RecordAllocRanges */


/* RecordConvertSetToRanges
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pSet is the set to be converted.
 *    pri is where the result should be stored.
 *    byteoffset is the offset from the start of an xRecordRange of the
 *      two vales (first, last) we are interested in.
 *    card8 is TRUE if the vales are one byte each and FALSE if two bytes
 *      each.
 *    imax is the largest set value to store in pri->pRanges.
 *    pStartIndex, if non-NULL, is the index of the first range in
 *      pri->pRanges that should be stored to.  If NULL,
 *      start at index 0.
 *
 * Returns: BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If Success is returned, the slice of pri->pRanges indicated by
 *    byteoffset and card8 is filled in with the intervals from pSet.
 *    if pStartIndex was non-NULL, *pStartIndex is filled in with one
 *    more than the index of the last xRecordRange that was touched.
 */
static int
RecordConvertSetToRanges(pSet, pri, byteoffset, card8, imax, pStartIndex)
    RecordSetPtr pSet;
    GetContextRangeInfoPtr pri;
    int byteoffset;
    Bool card8;
    unsigned int imax;
    int *pStartIndex;
{
    int nRanges;
    RecordSetIteratePtr pIter = NULL;
    RecordSetInterval interval;
    CARD8 *pCARD8;
    CARD16 *pCARD16;
    int err;

    if (!pSet)
      return Success;

    nRanges = pStartIndex ? *pStartIndex : 0;
    while ((pIter = RecordIterateSet(pSet, pIter, &interval)))
    {
      if (interval.first > imax) break;
      if (interval.last  > imax) interval.last = imax;
      nRanges++;
      if (nRanges > pri->size)
      {
          err = RecordAllocRanges(pri, nRanges);
          if (err != Success)
            return err;
      }
      else
          pri->nRanges = max(pri->nRanges, nRanges);
      if (card8)
      {
          pCARD8 = ((CARD8 *)&pri->pRanges[nRanges-1]) + byteoffset;
          *pCARD8++ = interval.first;
          *pCARD8   = interval.last;
      }
      else
      {
          pCARD16 = (CARD16 *)
                  (((char *)&pri->pRanges[nRanges-1]) + byteoffset);
          *pCARD16++ = interval.first;
          *pCARD16   = interval.last;
      }
    }
    if (pStartIndex)
      *pStartIndex = nRanges;
    return Success;
} /* RecordConvertSetToRanges */


/* RecordConvertMinorOpInfoToRanges
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pMinOpInfo is the minor opcode info to convert to xRecordRanges.
 *    pri is where the result should be stored.
 *    byteoffset is the offset from the start of an xRecordRange of the
 *      four vales (CARD8 major_first, CARD8 major_last,
 *      CARD16 minor_first, CARD16 minor_last) we are going to store.
 *
 * Returns: BadAlloc if a memory allocation error occurred, else Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If Success is returned, the slice of pri->pRanges indicated by
 *    byteoffset is filled in with the information from pMinOpInfo.
 */
static int
RecordConvertMinorOpInfoToRanges(pMinOpInfo, pri, byteoffset)
    RecordMinorOpPtr pMinOpInfo;
    GetContextRangeInfoPtr pri;
    int byteoffset;
{
    int nsets;
    int start;
    int i;
    int err;

    if (!pMinOpInfo)
      return Success;

    nsets = pMinOpInfo->count;
    pMinOpInfo++;
    start = 0;
    for (i = 0; i < nsets; i++)
    {
      int j, s;
      s = start;
      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pMinOpInfo[i].major.pMinOpSet, pri,
                        byteoffset + 2, FALSE, 65535, &start);
      if (err != Success) return err;
      for (j = s; j < start; j++)
      {
          CARD8 *pCARD8 = ((CARD8 *)&pri->pRanges[j]) + byteoffset;
          *pCARD8++ = pMinOpInfo[i].major.first;
          *pCARD8   = pMinOpInfo[i].major.last;
      }
    }
    return Success;
} /* RecordConvertMinorOpInfoToRanges */


/* RecordSwapRanges
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pRanges is an array of xRecordRanges.
 *    nRanges is the number of elements in pRanges.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The 16 bit fields of each xRecordRange are byte swapped.
 */
static void
RecordSwapRanges(pRanges, nRanges)
    xRecordRange *pRanges;
    int nRanges;
{
    int i;
    register char n;
    for (i = 0; i < nRanges; i++, pRanges++)
    {
      swaps(&pRanges->extRequestsMinorFirst, n);
      swaps(&pRanges->extRequestsMinorLast, n);
      swaps(&pRanges->extRepliesMinorFirst, n);
      swaps(&pRanges->extRepliesMinorLast, n);
    }
} /* RecordSwapRanges */


static int
ProcRecordGetContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    REQUEST(xRecordGetContextReq);
    xRecordGetContextReply rep;
    int n;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int nRCAPs = 0;
    GetContextRangeInfoPtr pRangeInfo;
    GetContextRangeInfoPtr pri;
    int i;
    int err;

    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordGetContextReq);
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);

    /* how many RCAPs are there on this context? */

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP; pRCAP; pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP)
      nRCAPs++;

    /* allocate and initialize space for record range info */

    pRangeInfo = (GetContextRangeInfoPtr)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(
                        nRCAPs * sizeof(GetContextRangeInfoRec));
    if (!pRangeInfo && nRCAPs > 0)
      return BadAlloc;
    for (i = 0; i < nRCAPs; i++)
    {
      pRangeInfo[i].pRanges = NULL;
      pRangeInfo[i].size = 0;
      pRangeInfo[i].nRanges = 0;
    }

    /* convert the RCAP (internal) representation of the recorded protocol
     * to the wire protocol (external) representation, storing the information
     * for the ith RCAP in pri[i]
     */

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP, pri = pRangeInfo;
       pRCAP;
       pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP, pri++)
    {
      xRecordRange rr;

      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pRCAP->pRequestMajorOpSet, pri,
                  offset_of(rr, coreRequestsFirst), TRUE, 127, NULL);
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pRCAP->pReplyMajorOpSet, pri,
                  offset_of(rr, coreRepliesFirst), TRUE, 127, NULL);
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pRCAP->pDeliveredEventSet, pri,
                  offset_of(rr, deliveredEventsFirst), TRUE, 255, NULL);
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pRCAP->pDeviceEventSet, pri,
                  offset_of(rr, deviceEventsFirst), TRUE, 255, NULL);
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertSetToRanges(pRCAP->pErrorSet, pri,
                        offset_of(rr, errorsFirst), TRUE, 255, NULL);
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertMinorOpInfoToRanges(pRCAP->pRequestMinOpInfo,
                        pri, offset_of(rr, extRequestsMajorFirst));
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      err = RecordConvertMinorOpInfoToRanges(pRCAP->pReplyMinOpInfo,
                        pri, offset_of(rr, extRepliesMajorFirst));
      if (err != Success) goto bailout;

      if (pRCAP->clientStarted || pRCAP->clientDied)
      {
          if (pri->nRanges == 0)
            RecordAllocRanges(pri, 1);
          pri->pRanges[0].clientStarted = pRCAP->clientStarted;
          pri->pRanges[0].clientDied    = pRCAP->clientDied;
      }
    }

    /* calculate number of clients and reply length */

    rep.nClients = 0;
    rep.length = 0;
    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP, pri = pRangeInfo;
       pRCAP;
       pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP, pri++)
    {
      rep.nClients += pRCAP->numClients;
      rep.length += pRCAP->numClients *
            ( (sizeof(xRecordClientInfo) >> 2) +
              pri->nRanges * (sizeof(xRecordRange) >> 2));
    }

    /* write the reply header */

    rep.type = X_Reply;
    rep.sequenceNumber  = client->sequence;
    rep.enabled = pContext->pRecordingClient != NULL;
    rep.elementHeader = pContext->elemHeaders;
    if(client->swapped)
    {
      swaps(&rep.sequenceNumber, n);
      swapl(&rep.length, n);
      swapl(&rep.nClients, n);
    }
    (void)WriteToClient(client, sizeof(xRecordGetContextReply),
                  (char *)&rep);

    /* write all the CLIENT_INFOs */

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP, pri = pRangeInfo;
       pRCAP;
       pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP, pri++)
    {
      xRecordClientInfo rci;
      rci.nRanges = pri->nRanges;
      if (client->swapped)
      {
          swapl(&rci.nRanges, n);
          RecordSwapRanges(pri->pRanges, pri->nRanges);
      }
      for (i = 0; i < pRCAP->numClients; i++)
      {
          rci.clientResource = pRCAP->pClientIDs[i];
          if (client->swapped) swapl(&rci.clientResource, n);
          WriteToClient(client, sizeof(xRecordClientInfo), (char *)&rci);
          WriteToClient(client, sizeof(xRecordRange) * pri->nRanges,
                    (char *)pri->pRanges);
      }
    }
    err = client->noClientException;

bailout:
    for (i = 0; i < nRCAPs; i++)
    {
      if (pRangeInfo[i].pRanges) xfree(pRangeInfo[i].pRanges);
    }
    DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pRangeInfo);
    return err;
} /* ProcRecordGetContext */


static int
ProcRecordEnableContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    REQUEST(xRecordEnableContextReq);
    int i;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;

    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordGetContextReq);
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);
    if (pContext->pRecordingClient)
      return BadMatch; /* already enabled */

    /* install record hooks for each RCAP */

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP; pRCAP; pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP)
    {
      int err = RecordInstallHooks(pRCAP, 0);
      if (err != Success)
      { /* undo the previous installs */
          RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pUninstallRCAP;
          for (pUninstallRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP;
             pUninstallRCAP != pRCAP;
             pUninstallRCAP = pUninstallRCAP->pNextRCAP)
          {
            RecordUninstallHooks(pUninstallRCAP, 0);
          }
          return err;
      }
    }

    /* Disallow further request processing on this connection until
     * the context is disabled.
     */
    IgnoreClient(client);
    pContext->pRecordingClient = client;

    /* Don't allow the data connection to record itself; unregister it. */
    RecordDeleteClientFromContext(pContext,
                          pContext->pRecordingClient->clientAsMask);

    /* move the newly enabled context to the front part of ppAllContexts,
     * where all the enabled contexts are
     */
    i = RecordFindContextOnAllContexts(pContext);
    assert(i >= numEnabledContexts);
    if (i != numEnabledContexts)
    {
      ppAllContexts[i] = ppAllContexts[numEnabledContexts];
      ppAllContexts[numEnabledContexts] = pContext;
    }

    ++numEnabledContexts;
    assert(numEnabledContexts > 0);

    /* send StartOfData */
    RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, NULL, XRecordStartOfData, NULL, 0, 0);
    RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, NULL, 0, NULL, 0);
    return Success;
} /* ProcRecordEnableContext */


/* RecordDisableContext
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is the context to disable.
 *    nRanges is the number of elements in pRanges.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If the context was enabled, it is disabled.  An EndOfData
 *    message is sent to the recording client.  Recording hooks for
 *    this context are uninstalled.  The context is moved to the
 *    rear part of the ppAllContexts array.  numEnabledContexts is
 *    decremented.  Request processing for the formerly recording client
 *    is resumed.
 */
static void
RecordDisableContext(pContext)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
{
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
    int i;

    if (!pContext->pRecordingClient) return;
    if (!pContext->pRecordingClient->clientGone)
    {
      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, NULL, XRecordEndOfData, NULL, 0, 0);
      RecordFlushReplyBuffer(pContext, NULL, 0, NULL, 0);
      /* Re-enable request processing on this connection. */
      AttendClient(pContext->pRecordingClient);
    }

    for (pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP; pRCAP; pRCAP = pRCAP->pNextRCAP)
    {
      RecordUninstallHooks(pRCAP, 0);
    }

    pContext->pRecordingClient = NULL;

    /* move the newly disabled context to the rear part of ppAllContexts,
     * where all the disabled contexts are
     */
    i = RecordFindContextOnAllContexts(pContext);
    assert( (i != -1) && (i < numEnabledContexts) );
    if (i != (numEnabledContexts - 1) )
    {
      ppAllContexts[i] = ppAllContexts[numEnabledContexts-1];
      ppAllContexts[numEnabledContexts-1] = pContext;
    }
    --numEnabledContexts;
    assert(numEnabledContexts >= 0);
} /* RecordDisableContext */


static int
ProcRecordDisableContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    REQUEST(xRecordDisableContextReq);

    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordDisableContextReq);
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);
    RecordDisableContext(pContext);
    return Success;
} /* ProcRecordDisableContext */


/* RecordDeleteContext
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    value is the context to delete.
 *    id is its resource ID.
 *
 * Returns: Success.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Disables the context, frees all associated memory, and removes
 *    it from the ppAllContexts array.
 */
static int
RecordDeleteContext(value, id)
    pointer value;
    XID id;
{
    int i;
    RecordContextPtr pContext = (RecordContextPtr)value;
    RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;

    RecordDisableContext(pContext);

    /*  Remove all the clients from all the RCAPs.
     *  As a result, the RCAPs will be freed.
     */

    while ((pRCAP = pContext->pListOfRCAP))
    {
      int numClients = pRCAP->numClients;
      /* when the last client is deleted, the RCAP will go away. */
      while(numClients--)
      {
          RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP(pRCAP, numClients);
      }
    }

    xfree(pContext);

    /* remove context from AllContexts list */

    if (-1 != (i = RecordFindContextOnAllContexts(pContext)))
    {
      ppAllContexts[i] = ppAllContexts[numContexts - 1];
      if (--numContexts == 0)
      {
          xfree(ppAllContexts);
          ppAllContexts = NULL;
      }
    }
    return Success;
} /* RecordDeleteContext */


static int
ProcRecordFreeContext(client)
    ClientPtr       client;
{
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    REQUEST(xRecordFreeContextReq);

    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordFreeContextReq);
    VERIFY_CONTEXT(pContext, stuff->context, client);
    FreeResource(stuff->context, RT_NONE);
    return Success;
} /* ProcRecordFreeContext */


static int
ProcRecordDispatch(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xReq);

    switch (stuff->data)
    {
      case X_RecordQueryVersion:
          return ProcRecordQueryVersion(client);
      case X_RecordCreateContext:
          return ProcRecordCreateContext(client);
      case X_RecordRegisterClients:
          return ProcRecordRegisterClients(client);
      case X_RecordUnregisterClients:
          return ProcRecordUnregisterClients(client);
      case X_RecordGetContext:
          return ProcRecordGetContext(client);
      case X_RecordEnableContext:
          return ProcRecordEnableContext(client);
      case X_RecordDisableContext:
          return ProcRecordDisableContext(client);
      case X_RecordFreeContext:
          return ProcRecordFreeContext(client);
       default:
          return BadRequest;
    }
} /* ProcRecordDispatch */


static int
SProcRecordQueryVersion(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordQueryVersionReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordQueryVersionReq);
    swaps(&stuff->majorVersion, n);
    swaps(&stuff->minorVersion,n);
    return ProcRecordQueryVersion(client);
} /* SProcRecordQueryVersion */


static void
SwapCreateRegister(stuff)
    xRecordRegisterClientsReq *stuff;
{
    register char n;
    int i;
    XID *pClientID;
    xRecordRange *pRange;

    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    swapl(&stuff->nClients, n);
    swapl(&stuff->nRanges, n);
    pClientID = (XID *)&stuff[1];
    for (i = 0; i < stuff->nClients; i++, pClientID++)
    {
      swapl(pClientID, n);
    }
    pRange = (xRecordRange *)pClientID;
    RecordSwapRanges((xRecordRange *)pClientID, stuff->nRanges);
} /* SwapCreateRegister */


static int
SProcRecordCreateContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordCreateContextReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordCreateContextReq);
    SwapCreateRegister(stuff);
    return ProcRecordCreateContext(client);
} /* SProcRecordCreateContext */


static int
SProcRecordRegisterClients(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordRegisterClientsReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordRegisterClientsReq);
    SwapCreateRegister(stuff);
    return ProcRecordRegisterClients(client);
} /* SProcRecordRegisterClients */


static int
SProcRecordUnregisterClients(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordUnregisterClientsReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_AT_LEAST_SIZE(xRecordUnregisterClientsReq);
    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    swapl(&stuff->nClients, n);
    SwapRestL(stuff);
    return ProcRecordUnregisterClients(client);
} /* SProcRecordUnregisterClients */


static int
SProcRecordGetContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordGetContextReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordGetContextReq);
    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    return ProcRecordGetContext(client);
} /* SProcRecordGetContext */

static int
SProcRecordEnableContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordEnableContextReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordEnableContextReq);
    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    return ProcRecordEnableContext(client);
} /* SProcRecordEnableContext */


static int
SProcRecordDisableContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordDisableContextReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordDisableContextReq);
    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    return ProcRecordDisableContext(client);
} /* SProcRecordDisableContext */


static int
SProcRecordFreeContext(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xRecordFreeContextReq);
    register char       n;

    swaps(&stuff->length, n);
    REQUEST_SIZE_MATCH(xRecordFreeContextReq);
    swapl(&stuff->context, n);
    return ProcRecordFreeContext(client);
} /* SProcRecordFreeContext */


static int
SProcRecordDispatch(client)
    ClientPtr client;
{
    REQUEST(xReq);

    switch (stuff->data)
    {
      case X_RecordQueryVersion:
          return SProcRecordQueryVersion(client);
      case X_RecordCreateContext:
          return SProcRecordCreateContext(client);
      case X_RecordRegisterClients:
          return SProcRecordRegisterClients(client);
      case X_RecordUnregisterClients:
          return SProcRecordUnregisterClients(client);
      case X_RecordGetContext:
          return SProcRecordGetContext(client);
      case X_RecordEnableContext:
          return SProcRecordEnableContext(client);
      case X_RecordDisableContext:
          return SProcRecordDisableContext(client);
      case X_RecordFreeContext:
          return SProcRecordFreeContext(client);
       default:
          return BadRequest;
    }
} /* SProcRecordDispatch */

/* XXX goes in header file */
extern void SwapConnSetupInfo(), SwapConnSetupPrefix();

/* RecordConnectionSetupInfo
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pContext is an enabled context that specifies recording of 
 *      connection setup info.
 *    pci holds the connection setup info.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    The connection setup info is sent to the recording client.
 */
static void
RecordConnectionSetupInfo(pContext, pci)
    RecordContextPtr pContext;
    NewClientInfoRec *pci;
{
    int prefixsize = SIZEOF(xConnSetupPrefix);
    int restsize = pci->prefix->length * 4;

    if (pci->client->swapped)
    {
      char * pConnSetup = (char *)ALLOCATE_LOCAL(prefixsize + restsize);
      if (!pConnSetup)
          return;
      SwapConnSetupPrefix(pci->prefix, pConnSetup);
      SwapConnSetupInfo(pci->setup, pConnSetup + prefixsize);
      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pci->client, XRecordClientStarted,
                         (pointer)pConnSetup, prefixsize + restsize, 0);
      DEALLOCATE_LOCAL(pConnSetup);
    }
    else
    {
      /* don't alloc and copy as in the swapped case; just send the
       * data in two pieces
       */
      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pci->client, XRecordClientStarted,
                  (pointer)pci->prefix, prefixsize, restsize);
      RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pci->client, XRecordClientStarted,
                  (pointer)pci->setup, restsize, /* continuation */ -1);
    }
} /* RecordConnectionSetupInfo */


/* RecordDeleteContext
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    pcbl is &ClientStateCallback.
 *    nullata is NULL.
 *    calldata is a pointer to a NewClientInfoRec (include/dixstruct.h)
 *    which contains information about client state changes.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    If a new client has connected and any contexts have specified
 *    XRecordFutureClients, the new client is registered on those contexts.
 *    If any of those contexts specify recording of the connection setup
 *    info, it is recorded.
 *
 *    If an existing client has disconnected, it is deleted from any
 *    contexts that it was registered on.  If any of those contexts
 *    specified XRecordClientDied, they record a ClientDied protocol element.
 *    If the disconnectiong client happened to be the data connection of an
 *    enabled context, the context is disabled.
 */

static void
RecordAClientStateChange(pcbl, nulldata, calldata)
    CallbackListPtr *pcbl;
    pointer nulldata;
    pointer calldata;
{
    NewClientInfoRec *pci = (NewClientInfoRec *)calldata;
    int i;
    ClientPtr pClient = pci->client;

    switch (pClient->clientState)
    {
    case ClientStateRunning: /* new client */
      for (i = 0; i < numContexts; i++)
      {
          RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
          RecordContextPtr pContext = ppAllContexts[i];

          if ((pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext,
                                  XRecordFutureClients, NULL)))
          {
            RecordAddClientToRCAP(pRCAP, pClient->clientAsMask);
            if (pContext->pRecordingClient && pRCAP->clientStarted)
                RecordConnectionSetupInfo(pContext, pci);
          }
      }
    break;

    case ClientStateGone:
    case ClientStateRetained: /* client disconnected */
      for (i = 0; i < numContexts; i++)
      {
          RecordClientsAndProtocolPtr pRCAP;
          RecordContextPtr pContext = ppAllContexts[i];
          int pos;

          if (pContext->pRecordingClient == pClient)
            RecordDisableContext(pContext);
          if ((pRCAP = RecordFindClientOnContext(pContext,
                            pClient->clientAsMask, &pos)))
          {
            if (pContext->pRecordingClient && pRCAP->clientDied)
                RecordAProtocolElement(pContext, pClient,
                                 XRecordClientDied, NULL, 0, 0);
            RecordDeleteClientFromRCAP(pRCAP, pos);
          }
      }
    break;

    default:
    break;
    } /* end switch on client state */
} /* RecordAClientStateChange */


/* RecordCloseDown
 *
 * Arguments:
 *    extEntry is the extension information for RECORD.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Performs any cleanup needed by RECORD at server shutdown time.
 *    
 */
static void
RecordCloseDown(extEntry)
    ExtensionEntry *extEntry;
{
    DeleteCallback(&ClientStateCallback, RecordAClientStateChange, NULL);
} /* RecordCloseDown */


/* RecordExtensionInit
 *
 * Arguments: none.
 *
 * Returns: nothing.
 *
 * Side Effects:
 *    Enables the RECORD extension if possible.
 */
void 
RecordExtensionInit()
{
    ExtensionEntry *extentry;

    RTContext = CreateNewResourceType(RecordDeleteContext);
    if (!RTContext)
      return;

    RecordClientPrivateIndex = AllocateClientPrivateIndex();
    if (!AllocateClientPrivate(RecordClientPrivateIndex, 0))
      return;

    ppAllContexts = NULL;
    numContexts = numEnabledContexts = numEnabledRCAPs = 0;

    if (!AddCallback(&ClientStateCallback, RecordAClientStateChange, NULL))
      return;

    extentry = AddExtension(RECORD_NAME, RecordNumEvents, RecordNumErrors,
                      ProcRecordDispatch, SProcRecordDispatch,
                      RecordCloseDown, StandardMinorOpcode);
    if (!extentry)
    {
      DeleteCallback(&ClientStateCallback, RecordAClientStateChange, NULL);
      return;
    }
    RecordErrorBase = extentry->errorBase;

} /* RecordExtensionInit */


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