/* sbt -- Simple Build Tool
 * Copyright 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011  Mark Harrah
package sbt

	import scala.annotation.tailrec
	import java.io.{File, PrintWriter}
  import jline.TerminalFactory

object MainLoop
	/** Entry point to run the remaining commands in State with managed global logging.*/
	def runLogged(state: State): xsbti.MainResult = {
    // We've disabled jline shutdown hooks to prevent classloader leaks, and have been careful to always restore
    // the jline terminal in finally blocks, but hitting ctrl+c prevents finally blocks from being executed, in that
    // case the only way to restore the terminal is in a shutdown hook.
    val shutdownHook = new Thread(new Runnable {
      def run() {

    try {
      runLoggedLoop(state, state.globalLogging.backing)
    } finally {

	/** Run loop that evaluates remaining commands and manages changes to global logging configuration.*/
	@tailrec def runLoggedLoop(state: State, logBacking: GlobalLogBacking): xsbti.MainResult =
		runAndClearLast(state, logBacking) match {
			case ret: Return =>  // delete current and last log files when exiting normally
			case clear: ClearGlobalLog => // delete previous log file, move current to previous, and start writing to a new file
				runLoggedLoop(clear.state, logBacking.shiftNew())
			case keep: KeepGlobalLog => // make previous log file the current log file
				runLoggedLoop(keep.state, logBacking.unshift)
	/** Runs the next sequence of commands, cleaning up global logging after any exceptions. */
	def runAndClearLast(state: State, logBacking: GlobalLogBacking): RunNext =
			runWithNewLog(state, logBacking)
		catch {
			case e: xsbti.FullReload =>
				throw e // pass along a reboot request
			case e: Throwable =>
				System.err.println("sbt appears to be exiting abnormally.\n  The log file for this session is at " + logBacking.file)
				throw e

	/** Deletes the previous global log file. */
	def deleteLastLog(logBacking: GlobalLogBacking): Unit =

	/** Runs the next sequence of commands with global logging in place. */
	def runWithNewLog(state: State, logBacking: GlobalLogBacking): RunNext =
		Using.fileWriter(append = true)(logBacking.file) { writer =>
			val out = new java.io.PrintWriter(writer)
			val newLogging = state.globalLogging.newLogger(out, logBacking)
			transferLevels(state, newLogging)
			val loggedState = state.copy(globalLogging = newLogging)
			try run(loggedState) finally out.close()

	/** Transfers logging and trace levels from the old global loggers to the new ones. */
	private[this] def transferLevels(state: State, logging: GlobalLogging) {
		val old = state.globalLogging
		Logger.transferLevels(old.backed, logging.backed)
		(old.full, logging.full) match { // well, this is a hack
			case (oldLog: AbstractLogger, newLog: AbstractLogger) => Logger.transferLevels(oldLog, newLog)
			case _ => ()

	sealed trait RunNext
	final class ClearGlobalLog(val state: State) extends RunNext
	final class KeepGlobalLog(val state: State) extends RunNext
	final class Return(val result: xsbti.MainResult) extends RunNext

	/** Runs the next sequence of commands that doesn't require global logging changes.*/
	@tailrec def run(state: State): RunNext =
		state.next match
			case State.Continue => run(next(state))
			case State.ClearGlobalLog => new ClearGlobalLog(state.continue)
			case State.KeepLastLog => new KeepGlobalLog(state.continue)
			case ret: State.Return => new Return(ret.result)

	def next(state: State): State =
		ErrorHandling.wideConvert { state.process(Command.process) } match
			case Right(s) => s
			case Left(t: xsbti.FullReload) => throw t
			case Left(t) => handleException(t, state)

	@deprecated("Use State.handleError", "0.13.0")
	def handleException(e: Throwable, s: State): State = s.handleError(e)

	@deprecated("Use State.handleError", "0.13.0")
	def handleException(t: Throwable, s: State, log: Logger): State = State.handleException(t, s, log)

	def logFullException(e: Throwable, log: Logger): Unit = State.logFullException(e, log)