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/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * This file was automatically generated by SWIG (http://www.swig.org).
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 * This file is not intended to be easily readable and contains a number of
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 * coding conventions designed to improve portability and efficiency. Do not make
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 * changes to this file unless you know what you are doing--modify the SWIG
 * interface file instead.
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 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

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#ifndef SWIGRUBY
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#define SWIGRUBY
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#endif

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#ifdef __cplusplus
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/* SwigValueWrapper is described in swig.swg */
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template<typename T> class SwigValueWrapper {
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  struct SwigMovePointer {
    T *ptr;
    SwigMovePointer(T *p) : ptr(p) { }
    ~SwigMovePointer() { delete ptr; }
    SwigMovePointer& operator=(SwigMovePointer& rhs) { T* oldptr = ptr; ptr = 0; delete oldptr; ptr = rhs.ptr; rhs.ptr = 0; return *this; }
  } pointer;
  SwigValueWrapper& operator=(const SwigValueWrapper<T>& rhs);
  SwigValueWrapper(const SwigValueWrapper<T>& rhs);
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public:
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  SwigValueWrapper() : pointer(0) { }
  SwigValueWrapper& operator=(const T& t) { SwigMovePointer tmp(new T(t)); pointer = tmp; return *this; }
  operator T&() const { return *pointer.ptr; }
  T *operator&() { return pointer.ptr; }
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};

template <typename T> T SwigValueInit() {
  return T();
}
#endif

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#     define SWIGUNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
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#   else
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#   define SWIGUNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
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#   define SWIGUNUSED
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# endif
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#ifndef SWIG_MSC_UNSUPPRESS_4505
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# endif
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#endif

#ifndef SWIGUNUSEDPARM
# ifdef __cplusplus
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#   define SWIGUNUSEDPARM(p) p SWIGUNUSED
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# endif
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/* internal SWIG method */
#ifndef SWIGINTERN
# define SWIGINTERN static SWIGUNUSED
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/* internal inline SWIG method */
#ifndef SWIGINTERNINLINE
# define SWIGINTERNINLINE SWIGINTERN SWIGINLINE
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#if defined(__GNUC__)
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#  endif
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#ifndef SWIGEXPORT
# if defined(_WIN32) || defined(__WIN32__) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
#   if defined(STATIC_LINKED)
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/* calling conventions for Windows */
#ifndef SWIGSTDCALL
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# endif
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#endif

/* Deal with Microsoft's attempt at deprecating C standard runtime functions */
#if !defined(SWIG_NO_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE) && defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE)
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/* Deal with Microsoft's attempt at deprecating methods in the standard C++ library */
#if !defined(SWIG_NO_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE) && defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE)
# define _SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE
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/* Deal with Apple's deprecated 'AssertMacros.h' from Carbon-framework */
#if defined(__APPLE__) && !defined(__ASSERT_MACROS_DEFINE_VERSIONS_WITHOUT_UNDERSCORES)
# define __ASSERT_MACROS_DEFINE_VERSIONS_WITHOUT_UNDERSCORES 0
#endif

/* Intel's compiler complains if a variable which was never initialised is
 * cast to void, which is a common idiom which we use to indicate that we
 * are aware a variable isn't used.  So we just silence that warning.
 * See: https://github.com/swig/swig/issues/192 for more discussion.
 */
#ifdef __INTEL_COMPILER
# pragma warning disable 592
#endif
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 *  This section contains generic SWIG labels for method/variable
 *  declarations/attributes, and other compiler dependent labels.
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* template workaround for compilers that cannot correctly implement the C++ standard */
#ifndef SWIGTEMPLATEDISAMBIGUATOR
# if defined(__SUNPRO_CC) && (__SUNPRO_CC <= 0x560)
#  define SWIGTEMPLATEDISAMBIGUATOR template
# elif defined(__HP_aCC)
/* Needed even with `aCC -AA' when `aCC -V' reports HP ANSI C++ B3910B A.03.55 */
/* If we find a maximum version that requires this, the test would be __HP_aCC <= 35500 for A.03.55 */
#  define SWIGTEMPLATEDISAMBIGUATOR template
# else
#  define SWIGTEMPLATEDISAMBIGUATOR
# endif
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/* inline attribute */
#ifndef SWIGINLINE
# if defined(__cplusplus) || (defined(__GNUC__) && !defined(__STRICT_ANSI__))
#   define SWIGINLINE inline
# else
#   define SWIGINLINE
# endif
#endif

/* attribute recognised by some compilers to avoid 'unused' warnings */
#ifndef SWIGUNUSED
# if defined(__GNUC__)
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#     define SWIGUNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
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#   else
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#   define SWIGUNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
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#   define SWIGUNUSED
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#ifndef SWIG_MSC_UNSUPPRESS_4505
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#   pragma warning(disable : 4505) /* unreferenced local function has been removed */
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# endif
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#endif

#ifndef SWIGUNUSEDPARM
# ifdef __cplusplus
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#   define SWIGUNUSEDPARM(p) p SWIGUNUSED
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# endif
#endif

/* internal SWIG method */
#ifndef SWIGINTERN
# define SWIGINTERN static SWIGUNUSED
#endif

/* internal inline SWIG method */
#ifndef SWIGINTERNINLINE
# define SWIGINTERNINLINE SWIGINTERN SWIGINLINE
#endif

/* exporting methods */
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#if defined(__GNUC__)
#  if (__GNUC__ >= 4) || (__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 4)
#    ifndef GCC_HASCLASSVISIBILITY
#      define GCC_HASCLASSVISIBILITY
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#  endif
#endif

#ifndef SWIGEXPORT
# if defined(_WIN32) || defined(__WIN32__) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
#   if defined(STATIC_LINKED)
#     define SWIGEXPORT
#   else
#     define SWIGEXPORT __declspec(dllexport)
#   endif
# else
#   if defined(__GNUC__) && defined(GCC_HASCLASSVISIBILITY)
#     define SWIGEXPORT __attribute__ ((visibility("default")))
#   else
#     define SWIGEXPORT
#   endif
# endif
#endif

/* calling conventions for Windows */
#ifndef SWIGSTDCALL
# if defined(_WIN32) || defined(__WIN32__) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
#   define SWIGSTDCALL __stdcall
# else
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#endif

/* Deal with Microsoft's attempt at deprecating C standard runtime functions */
#if !defined(SWIG_NO_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE) && defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE)
# define _CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE
#endif

/* Deal with Microsoft's attempt at deprecating methods in the standard C++ library */
#if !defined(SWIG_NO_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE) && defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE)
# define _SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE
#endif

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/* Deal with Apple's deprecated 'AssertMacros.h' from Carbon-framework */
#if defined(__APPLE__) && !defined(__ASSERT_MACROS_DEFINE_VERSIONS_WITHOUT_UNDERSCORES)
# define __ASSERT_MACROS_DEFINE_VERSIONS_WITHOUT_UNDERSCORES 0
#endif

/* Intel's compiler complains if a variable which was never initialised is
 * cast to void, which is a common idiom which we use to indicate that we
 * are aware a variable isn't used.  So we just silence that warning.
 * See: https://github.com/swig/swig/issues/192 for more discussion.
 */
#ifdef __INTEL_COMPILER
# pragma warning disable 592
#endif
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * swigrun.swg
 *
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 * This file contains generic C API SWIG runtime support for pointer
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 * type checking.
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* This should only be incremented when either the layout of swig_type_info changes,
   or for whatever reason, the runtime changes incompatibly */
#define SWIG_RUNTIME_VERSION "4"

/* define SWIG_TYPE_TABLE_NAME as "SWIG_TYPE_TABLE" */
#ifdef SWIG_TYPE_TABLE
# define SWIG_QUOTE_STRING(x) #x
# define SWIG_EXPAND_AND_QUOTE_STRING(x) SWIG_QUOTE_STRING(x)
# define SWIG_TYPE_TABLE_NAME SWIG_EXPAND_AND_QUOTE_STRING(SWIG_TYPE_TABLE)
#else
# define SWIG_TYPE_TABLE_NAME
#endif

/*
  You can use the SWIGRUNTIME and SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE macros for
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  creating a static or dynamic library from the SWIG runtime code.
  In 99.9% of the cases, SWIG just needs to declare them as 'static'.
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  But only do this if strictly necessary, ie, if you have problems
  with your compiler or suchlike.
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*/

#ifndef SWIGRUNTIME
# define SWIGRUNTIME SWIGINTERN
#endif

#ifndef SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE
# define SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE SWIGRUNTIME SWIGINLINE
#endif

/*  Generic buffer size */
#ifndef SWIG_BUFFER_SIZE
# define SWIG_BUFFER_SIZE 1024
#endif

/* Flags for pointer conversions */
#define SWIG_POINTER_DISOWN        0x1
#define SWIG_CAST_NEW_MEMORY       0x2
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#define SWIG_POINTER_NO_NULL       0x4
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/* Flags for new pointer objects */
#define SWIG_POINTER_OWN           0x1


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/*
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   Flags/methods for returning states.
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   The SWIG conversion methods, as ConvertPtr, return an integer
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   that tells if the conversion was successful or not. And if not,
   an error code can be returned (see swigerrors.swg for the codes).
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   Use the following macros/flags to set or process the returning
   states.
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   In old versions of SWIG, code such as the following was usually written:
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     if (SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj,vptr,ty.flags) != -1) {
       // success code
     } else {
       //fail code
     }

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   Now you can be more explicit:
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    int res = SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj,vptr,ty.flags);
    if (SWIG_IsOK(res)) {
      // success code
    } else {
      // fail code
    }

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   which is the same really, but now you can also do
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    Type *ptr;
    int res = SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj,(void **)(&ptr),ty.flags);
    if (SWIG_IsOK(res)) {
      // success code
      if (SWIG_IsNewObj(res) {
        ...
	delete *ptr;
      } else {
        ...
      }
    } else {
      // fail code
    }
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   I.e., now SWIG_ConvertPtr can return new objects and you can
   identify the case and take care of the deallocation. Of course that
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   also requires SWIG_ConvertPtr to return new result values, such as
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      int SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj, ptr,...) {
        if (<obj is ok>) {
          if (<need new object>) {
            *ptr = <ptr to new allocated object>;
            return SWIG_NEWOBJ;
          } else {
            *ptr = <ptr to old object>;
            return SWIG_OLDOBJ;
          }
        } else {
          return SWIG_BADOBJ;
        }
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      }

   Of course, returning the plain '0(success)/-1(fail)' still works, but you can be
   more explicit by returning SWIG_BADOBJ, SWIG_ERROR or any of the
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   SWIG errors code.
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   Finally, if the SWIG_CASTRANK_MODE is enabled, the result code
   allows to return the 'cast rank', for example, if you have this

       int food(double)
       int fooi(int);

   and you call
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      food(1)   // cast rank '1'  (1 -> 1.0)
      fooi(1)   // cast rank '0'

   just use the SWIG_AddCast()/SWIG_CheckState()
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*/
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#define SWIG_OK                    (0)
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#define SWIG_ERROR                 (-1)
#define SWIG_IsOK(r)               (r >= 0)
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#define SWIG_ArgError(r)           ((r != SWIG_ERROR) ? r : SWIG_TypeError)
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/* The CastRankLimit says how many bits are used for the cast rank */
#define SWIG_CASTRANKLIMIT         (1 << 8)
/* The NewMask denotes the object was created (using new/malloc) */
#define SWIG_NEWOBJMASK            (SWIG_CASTRANKLIMIT  << 1)
/* The TmpMask is for in/out typemaps that use temporal objects */
#define SWIG_TMPOBJMASK            (SWIG_NEWOBJMASK << 1)
/* Simple returning values */
#define SWIG_BADOBJ                (SWIG_ERROR)
#define SWIG_OLDOBJ                (SWIG_OK)
#define SWIG_NEWOBJ                (SWIG_OK | SWIG_NEWOBJMASK)
#define SWIG_TMPOBJ                (SWIG_OK | SWIG_TMPOBJMASK)
/* Check, add and del mask methods */
#define SWIG_AddNewMask(r)         (SWIG_IsOK(r) ? (r | SWIG_NEWOBJMASK) : r)
#define SWIG_DelNewMask(r)         (SWIG_IsOK(r) ? (r & ~SWIG_NEWOBJMASK) : r)
#define SWIG_IsNewObj(r)           (SWIG_IsOK(r) && (r & SWIG_NEWOBJMASK))
#define SWIG_AddTmpMask(r)         (SWIG_IsOK(r) ? (r | SWIG_TMPOBJMASK) : r)
#define SWIG_DelTmpMask(r)         (SWIG_IsOK(r) ? (r & ~SWIG_TMPOBJMASK) : r)
#define SWIG_IsTmpObj(r)           (SWIG_IsOK(r) && (r & SWIG_TMPOBJMASK))

/* Cast-Rank Mode */
#if defined(SWIG_CASTRANK_MODE)
#  ifndef SWIG_TypeRank
#    define SWIG_TypeRank             unsigned long
#  endif
#  ifndef SWIG_MAXCASTRANK            /* Default cast allowed */
#    define SWIG_MAXCASTRANK          (2)
#  endif
#  define SWIG_CASTRANKMASK          ((SWIG_CASTRANKLIMIT) -1)
#  define SWIG_CastRank(r)           (r & SWIG_CASTRANKMASK)
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SWIGINTERNINLINE int SWIG_AddCast(int r) {
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  return SWIG_IsOK(r) ? ((SWIG_CastRank(r) < SWIG_MAXCASTRANK) ? (r + 1) : SWIG_ERROR) : r;
}
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SWIGINTERNINLINE int SWIG_CheckState(int r) {
  return SWIG_IsOK(r) ? SWIG_CastRank(r) + 1 : 0;
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}
#else /* no cast-rank mode */
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#  define SWIG_AddCast(r) (r)
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#  define SWIG_CheckState(r) (SWIG_IsOK(r) ? 1 : 0)
#endif


#include <string.h>

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

typedef void *(*swig_converter_func)(void *, int *);
typedef struct swig_type_info *(*swig_dycast_func)(void **);

/* Structure to store information on one type */
typedef struct swig_type_info {
  const char             *name;			/* mangled name of this type */
  const char             *str;			/* human readable name of this type */
  swig_dycast_func        dcast;		/* dynamic cast function down a hierarchy */
  struct swig_cast_info  *cast;			/* linked list of types that can cast into this type */
  void                   *clientdata;		/* language specific type data */
  int                    owndata;		/* flag if the structure owns the clientdata */
} swig_type_info;

/* Structure to store a type and conversion function used for casting */
typedef struct swig_cast_info {
  swig_type_info         *type;			/* pointer to type that is equivalent to this type */
  swig_converter_func     converter;		/* function to cast the void pointers */
  struct swig_cast_info  *next;			/* pointer to next cast in linked list */
  struct swig_cast_info  *prev;			/* pointer to the previous cast */
} swig_cast_info;

/* Structure used to store module information
 * Each module generates one structure like this, and the runtime collects
 * all of these structures and stores them in a circularly linked list.*/
typedef struct swig_module_info {
  swig_type_info         **types;		/* Array of pointers to swig_type_info structures that are in this module */
  size_t                 size;		        /* Number of types in this module */
  struct swig_module_info *next;		/* Pointer to next element in circularly linked list */
  swig_type_info         **type_initial;	/* Array of initially generated type structures */
  swig_cast_info         **cast_initial;	/* Array of initially generated casting structures */
  void                    *clientdata;		/* Language specific module data */
} swig_module_info;

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/*
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  Compare two type names skipping the space characters, therefore
  "char*" == "char *" and "Class<int>" == "Class<int >", etc.

  Return 0 when the two name types are equivalent, as in
  strncmp, but skipping ' '.
*/
SWIGRUNTIME int
SWIG_TypeNameComp(const char *f1, const char *l1,
		  const char *f2, const char *l2) {
  for (;(f1 != l1) && (f2 != l2); ++f1, ++f2) {
    while ((*f1 == ' ') && (f1 != l1)) ++f1;
    while ((*f2 == ' ') && (f2 != l2)) ++f2;
    if (*f1 != *f2) return (*f1 > *f2) ? 1 : -1;
  }
  return (int)((l1 - f1) - (l2 - f2));
}

/*
  Check type equivalence in a name list like <name1>|<name2>|...
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SWIGRUNTIME int
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SWIG_TypeCmp(const char *nb, const char *tb) {
  int equiv = 1;
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  const char* te = tb + strlen(tb);
  const char* ne = nb;
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  while (equiv != 0 && *ne) {
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    for (nb = ne; *ne; ++ne) {
      if (*ne == '|') break;
    }
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    equiv = SWIG_TypeNameComp(nb, ne, tb, te);
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    if (*ne) ++ne;
  }
  return equiv;
}

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  Check type equivalence in a name list like <name1>|<name2>|...
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  Return 0 if not equal, 1 if equal
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SWIGRUNTIME int
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SWIG_TypeEquiv(const char *nb, const char *tb) {
  return SWIG_TypeCmp(nb, tb) == 0 ? 1 : 0;
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}

/*
  Check the typename
*/
SWIGRUNTIME swig_cast_info *
SWIG_TypeCheck(const char *c, swig_type_info *ty) {
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  if (ty) {
    swig_cast_info *iter = ty->cast;
    while (iter) {
      if (strcmp(iter->type->name, c) == 0) {
        if (iter == ty->cast)
          return iter;
        /* Move iter to the top of the linked list */
        iter->prev->next = iter->next;
        if (iter->next)
          iter->next->prev = iter->prev;
        iter->next = ty->cast;
        iter->prev = 0;
        if (ty->cast) ty->cast->prev = iter;
        ty->cast = iter;
        return iter;
      }
      iter = iter->next;
    }
  }
  return 0;
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}

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/*
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  Identical to SWIG_TypeCheck, except strcmp is replaced with a pointer comparison
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SWIGRUNTIME swig_cast_info *
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SWIG_TypeCheckStruct(swig_type_info *from, swig_type_info *ty) {
  if (ty) {
    swig_cast_info *iter = ty->cast;
    while (iter) {
      if (iter->type == from) {
        if (iter == ty->cast)
          return iter;
        /* Move iter to the top of the linked list */
        iter->prev->next = iter->next;
        if (iter->next)
          iter->next->prev = iter->prev;
        iter->next = ty->cast;
        iter->prev = 0;
        if (ty->cast) ty->cast->prev = iter;
        ty->cast = iter;
        return iter;
      }
      iter = iter->next;
    }
  }
  return 0;
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}

/*
  Cast a pointer up an inheritance hierarchy
*/
SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE void *
SWIG_TypeCast(swig_cast_info *ty, void *ptr, int *newmemory) {
  return ((!ty) || (!ty->converter)) ? ptr : (*ty->converter)(ptr, newmemory);
}

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   Dynamic pointer casting. Down an inheritance hierarchy
*/
SWIGRUNTIME swig_type_info *
SWIG_TypeDynamicCast(swig_type_info *ty, void **ptr) {
  swig_type_info *lastty = ty;
  if (!ty || !ty->dcast) return ty;
  while (ty && (ty->dcast)) {
    ty = (*ty->dcast)(ptr);
    if (ty) lastty = ty;
  }
  return lastty;
}

/*
  Return the name associated with this type
*/
SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE const char *
SWIG_TypeName(const swig_type_info *ty) {
  return ty->name;
}

/*
  Return the pretty name associated with this type,
  that is an unmangled type name in a form presentable to the user.
*/
SWIGRUNTIME const char *
SWIG_TypePrettyName(const swig_type_info *type) {
  /* The "str" field contains the equivalent pretty names of the
     type, separated by vertical-bar characters.  We choose
     to print the last name, as it is often (?) the most
     specific. */
  if (!type) return NULL;
  if (type->str != NULL) {
    const char *last_name = type->str;
    const char *s;
    for (s = type->str; *s; s++)
      if (*s == '|') last_name = s+1;
    return last_name;
  }
  else
    return type->name;
}

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   Set the clientdata field for a type
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SWIGRUNTIME void
SWIG_TypeClientData(swig_type_info *ti, void *clientdata) {
  swig_cast_info *cast = ti->cast;
  /* if (ti->clientdata == clientdata) return; */
  ti->clientdata = clientdata;
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  while (cast) {
    if (!cast->converter) {
      swig_type_info *tc = cast->type;
      if (!tc->clientdata) {
	SWIG_TypeClientData(tc, clientdata);
      }
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    cast = cast->next;
  }
}
SWIGRUNTIME void
SWIG_TypeNewClientData(swig_type_info *ti, void *clientdata) {
  SWIG_TypeClientData(ti, clientdata);
  ti->owndata = 1;
}
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/*
  Search for a swig_type_info structure only by mangled name
  Search is a O(log #types)
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  We start searching at module start, and finish searching when start == end.
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  Note: if start == end at the beginning of the function, we go all the way around
  the circular list.
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SWIGRUNTIME swig_type_info *
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SWIG_MangledTypeQueryModule(swig_module_info *start,
                            swig_module_info *end,
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		            const char *name) {
  swig_module_info *iter = start;
  do {
    if (iter->size) {
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      size_t l = 0;
      size_t r = iter->size - 1;
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	/* since l+r >= 0, we can (>> 1) instead (/ 2) */
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	size_t i = (l + r) >> 1;
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	const char *iname = iter->types[i]->name;
	if (iname) {
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	  int compare = strcmp(name, iname);
	  if (compare == 0) {
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	    return iter->types[i];
	  } else if (compare < 0) {
	    if (i) {
	      r = i - 1;
	    } else {
	      break;
	    }
	  } else if (compare > 0) {
	    l = i + 1;
	  }
	} else {
	  break; /* should never happen */
	}
      } while (l <= r);
    }
    iter = iter->next;
  } while (iter != end);
  return 0;
}

/*
  Search for a swig_type_info structure for either a mangled name or a human readable name.
  It first searches the mangled names of the types, which is a O(log #types)
  If a type is not found it then searches the human readable names, which is O(#types).
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  We start searching at module start, and finish searching when start == end.
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  the circular list.
*/
SWIGRUNTIME swig_type_info *
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SWIG_TypeQueryModule(swig_module_info *start,
                     swig_module_info *end,
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		     const char *name) {
  /* STEP 1: Search the name field using binary search */
  swig_type_info *ret = SWIG_MangledTypeQueryModule(start, end, name);
  if (ret) {
    return ret;
  } else {
    /* STEP 2: If the type hasn't been found, do a complete search
       of the str field (the human readable name) */
    swig_module_info *iter = start;
    do {
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      for (; i < iter->size; ++i) {
	if (iter->types[i]->str && (SWIG_TypeEquiv(iter->types[i]->str, name)))
	  return iter->types[i];
      }
      iter = iter->next;
    } while (iter != end);
  }
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  /* neither found a match */
  return 0;
}

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   Pack binary data into a string
*/
SWIGRUNTIME char *
SWIG_PackData(char *c, void *ptr, size_t sz) {
  static const char hex[17] = "0123456789abcdef";
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  const unsigned char *u = (unsigned char *) ptr;
  const unsigned char *eu =  u + sz;
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    unsigned char uu = *u;
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    *(c++) = hex[(uu & 0xf0) >> 4];
    *(c++) = hex[uu & 0xf];
  }
  return c;
}

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   Unpack binary data from a string
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SWIGRUNTIME const char *
SWIG_UnpackData(const char *c, void *ptr, size_t sz) {
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  const unsigned char *eu = u + sz;
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    unsigned char uu;
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    else
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      return (char *) 0;
    d = *(c++);
    if ((d >= '0') && (d <= '9'))
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    else
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      return (char *) 0;
    *u = uu;
  }
  return c;
}

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   Pack 'void *' into a string buffer.
*/
SWIGRUNTIME char *
SWIG_PackVoidPtr(char *buff, void *ptr, const char *name, size_t bsz) {
  char *r = buff;
  if ((2*sizeof(void *) + 2) > bsz) return 0;
  *(r++) = '_';
  r = SWIG_PackData(r,&ptr,sizeof(void *));
  if (strlen(name) + 1 > (bsz - (r - buff))) return 0;
  strcpy(r,name);
  return buff;
}

SWIGRUNTIME const char *
SWIG_UnpackVoidPtr(const char *c, void **ptr, const char *name) {
  if (*c != '_') {
    if (strcmp(c,"NULL") == 0) {
      *ptr = (void *) 0;
      return name;
    } else {
      return 0;
    }
  }
  return SWIG_UnpackData(++c,ptr,sizeof(void *));
}

SWIGRUNTIME char *
SWIG_PackDataName(char *buff, void *ptr, size_t sz, const char *name, size_t bsz) {
  char *r = buff;
  size_t lname = (name ? strlen(name) : 0);
  if ((2*sz + 2 + lname) > bsz) return 0;
  *(r++) = '_';
  r = SWIG_PackData(r,ptr,sz);
  if (lname) {
    strncpy(r,name,lname+1);
  } else {
    *r = 0;
  }
  return buff;
}

SWIGRUNTIME const char *
SWIG_UnpackDataName(const char *c, void *ptr, size_t sz, const char *name) {
  if (*c != '_') {
    if (strcmp(c,"NULL") == 0) {
      memset(ptr,0,sz);
      return name;
    } else {
      return 0;
    }
  }
  return SWIG_UnpackData(++c,ptr,sz);
}

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

/*  Errors in SWIG */
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#define  SWIG_UnknownError    	   -1
#define  SWIG_IOError        	   -2
#define  SWIG_RuntimeError   	   -3
#define  SWIG_IndexError     	   -4
#define  SWIG_TypeError      	   -5
#define  SWIG_DivisionByZero 	   -6
#define  SWIG_OverflowError  	   -7
#define  SWIG_SyntaxError    	   -8
#define  SWIG_ValueError     	   -9
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#define  SWIG_SystemError    	   -10
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#define  SWIG_NullReferenceError   -13



#include <ruby.h>

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/* Ruby 1.9.1 has a "memoisation optimisation" when compiling with GCC which
 * breaks using rb_intern as an lvalue, as SWIG does.  We work around this
 * issue for now by disabling this.
 * https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2859614&group_id=1645&atid=101645
 */
#ifdef rb_intern
# undef rb_intern
#endif

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/* Remove global macros defined in Ruby's win32.h */
#ifdef write
# undef write
#endif
#ifdef read
# undef read
#endif
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#ifdef bind
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#endif
#ifdef close
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#endif
#ifdef connect
# undef connect
#endif
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/* Ruby 1.7 defines NUM2LL(), LL2NUM() and ULL2NUM() macros */
#ifndef NUM2LL
#define NUM2LL(x) NUM2LONG((x))
#endif
#ifndef LL2NUM
#define LL2NUM(x) INT2NUM((long) (x))
#endif
#ifndef ULL2NUM
#define ULL2NUM(x) UINT2NUM((unsigned long) (x))
#endif

/* Ruby 1.7 doesn't (yet) define NUM2ULL() */
#ifndef NUM2ULL
#ifdef HAVE_LONG_LONG
#define NUM2ULL(x) rb_num2ull((x))
#else
#define NUM2ULL(x) NUM2ULONG(x)
#endif
#endif

/* RSTRING_LEN, etc are new in Ruby 1.9, but ->ptr and ->len no longer work */
/* Define these for older versions so we can just write code the new way */
#ifndef RSTRING_LEN
# define RSTRING_LEN(x) RSTRING(x)->len
#endif
#ifndef RSTRING_PTR
# define RSTRING_PTR(x) RSTRING(x)->ptr
#endif
#ifndef RSTRING_END
# define RSTRING_END(x) (RSTRING_PTR(x) + RSTRING_LEN(x))
#endif
#ifndef RARRAY_LEN
# define RARRAY_LEN(x) RARRAY(x)->len
#endif
#ifndef RARRAY_PTR
# define RARRAY_PTR(x) RARRAY(x)->ptr
#endif
#ifndef RFLOAT_VALUE
# define RFLOAT_VALUE(x) RFLOAT(x)->value
#endif
#ifndef DOUBLE2NUM
# define DOUBLE2NUM(x) rb_float_new(x)
#endif
#ifndef RHASH_TBL
# define RHASH_TBL(x) (RHASH(x)->tbl)
#endif
#ifndef RHASH_ITER_LEV
# define RHASH_ITER_LEV(x) (RHASH(x)->iter_lev)
#endif
#ifndef RHASH_IFNONE
# define RHASH_IFNONE(x) (RHASH(x)->ifnone)
#endif
#ifndef RHASH_SIZE
# define RHASH_SIZE(x) (RHASH(x)->tbl->num_entries)
#endif
#ifndef RHASH_EMPTY_P
# define RHASH_EMPTY_P(x) (RHASH_SIZE(x) == 0)
#endif
#ifndef RSTRUCT_LEN
# define RSTRUCT_LEN(x) RSTRUCT(x)->len
#endif
#ifndef RSTRUCT_PTR
# define RSTRUCT_PTR(x) RSTRUCT(x)->ptr
#endif
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# define RTYPEDDATA_P(x) (TYPE(x) != T_DATA)
#endif
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/*
 * Need to be very careful about how these macros are defined, especially
 * when compiling C++ code or C code with an ANSI C compiler.
 *
 * VALUEFUNC(f) is a macro used to typecast a C function that implements
 * a Ruby method so that it can be passed as an argument to API functions
 * like rb_define_method() and rb_define_singleton_method().
 *
 * VOIDFUNC(f) is a macro used to typecast a C function that implements
 * either the "mark" or "free" stuff for a Ruby Data object, so that it
 * can be passed as an argument to API functions like Data_Wrap_Struct()
 * and Data_Make_Struct().
 */
 
#ifdef __cplusplus
#  ifndef RUBY_METHOD_FUNC /* These definitions should work for Ruby 1.4.6 */
#    define PROTECTFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)()) f)
#    define VALUEFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)()) f)
#    define VOIDFUNC(f)  ((void (*)()) f)
#  else
#    ifndef ANYARGS /* These definitions should work for Ruby 1.6 */
#      define PROTECTFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)()) f)
#      define VALUEFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)()) f)
#      define VOIDFUNC(f)  ((RUBY_DATA_FUNC) f)
#    else /* These definitions should work for Ruby 1.7+ */
#      define PROTECTFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)(VALUE)) f)
#      define VALUEFUNC(f) ((VALUE (*)(ANYARGS)) f)
#      define VOIDFUNC(f)  ((RUBY_DATA_FUNC) f)
#    endif
#  endif
#else
#  define VALUEFUNC(f) (f)
#  define VOIDFUNC(f) (f)
#endif

/* Don't use for expressions have side effect */
#ifndef RB_STRING_VALUE
#define RB_STRING_VALUE(s) (TYPE(s) == T_STRING ? (s) : (*(volatile VALUE *)&(s) = rb_str_to_str(s)))
#endif
#ifndef StringValue
#define StringValue(s) RB_STRING_VALUE(s)
#endif
#ifndef StringValuePtr
#define StringValuePtr(s) RSTRING_PTR(RB_STRING_VALUE(s))
#endif
#ifndef StringValueLen
#define StringValueLen(s) RSTRING_LEN(RB_STRING_VALUE(s))
#endif
#ifndef SafeStringValue
#define SafeStringValue(v) do {\
    StringValue(v);\
    rb_check_safe_str(v);\
} while (0)
#endif

#ifndef HAVE_RB_DEFINE_ALLOC_FUNC
#define rb_define_alloc_func(klass, func) rb_define_singleton_method((klass), "new", VALUEFUNC((func)), -1)
#define rb_undef_alloc_func(klass) rb_undef_method(CLASS_OF((klass)), "new")
#endif

static VALUE _mSWIG = Qnil;

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * error manipulation
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */


/* Define some additional error types */
#define SWIG_ObjectPreviouslyDeletedError  -100


/* Define custom exceptions for errors that do not map to existing Ruby
   exceptions.  Note this only works for C++ since a global cannot be
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SWIGINTERN VALUE 
getNullReferenceError(void) {
  static int init = 0;
  static VALUE rb_eNullReferenceError ;
  if (!init) {
    init = 1;
    rb_eNullReferenceError = rb_define_class("NullReferenceError", rb_eRuntimeError);
  }
  return rb_eNullReferenceError;
} 

SWIGINTERN VALUE 
getObjectPreviouslyDeletedError(void) {
  static int init = 0;
  static VALUE rb_eObjectPreviouslyDeleted ;
  if (!init) {
    init = 1;
    rb_eObjectPreviouslyDeleted = rb_define_class("ObjectPreviouslyDeleted", rb_eRuntimeError);
  }
  return rb_eObjectPreviouslyDeleted;
} 


SWIGINTERN VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_ErrorType(int SWIG_code) {
  VALUE type;
  switch (SWIG_code) {
  case SWIG_MemoryError:
    type = rb_eNoMemError;
    break;
  case SWIG_IOError:
    type = rb_eIOError;
    break;
  case SWIG_RuntimeError:
    type = rb_eRuntimeError;
    break;
  case SWIG_IndexError:
    type = rb_eIndexError;
    break;
  case SWIG_TypeError:
    type = rb_eTypeError;
    break;
  case SWIG_DivisionByZero:
    type = rb_eZeroDivError;
    break;
  case SWIG_OverflowError:
    type = rb_eRangeError;
    break;
  case SWIG_SyntaxError:
    type = rb_eSyntaxError;
    break;
  case SWIG_ValueError:
    type = rb_eArgError;
    break;
  case SWIG_SystemError:
    type = rb_eFatal;
    break;
  case SWIG_AttributeError:
    type = rb_eRuntimeError;
    break;
  case SWIG_NullReferenceError:
    type = getNullReferenceError();
    break;
  case SWIG_ObjectPreviouslyDeletedError:
    type = getObjectPreviouslyDeletedError();
    break;
  case SWIG_UnknownError:
    type = rb_eRuntimeError;
    break;
  default:
    type = rb_eRuntimeError;
  }
  return type;
}


/* This function is called when a user inputs a wrong argument to
   a method.
 */
SWIGINTERN 
const char* Ruby_Format_TypeError( const char* msg,
				   const char* type, 
				   const char* name, 
				   const int argn,
				   VALUE input )
{
  char buf[128];
  VALUE str;
  VALUE asStr;
  if ( msg && *msg )
    {
      str = rb_str_new2(msg);
    }
  else
    {
      str = rb_str_new(NULL, 0);
    }

  str = rb_str_cat2( str, "Expected argument " );
  sprintf( buf, "%d of type ", argn-1 );
  str = rb_str_cat2( str, buf );
  str = rb_str_cat2( str, type );
  str = rb_str_cat2( str, ", but got " );
  str = rb_str_cat2( str, rb_obj_classname(input) );
  str = rb_str_cat2( str, " " );
  asStr = rb_inspect(input);
  if ( RSTRING_LEN(asStr) > 30 )
    {
      str = rb_str_cat( str, StringValuePtr(asStr), 30 );
      str = rb_str_cat2( str, "..." );
    }
  else
    {
      str = rb_str_append( str, asStr );
    }

  if ( name )
    {
      str = rb_str_cat2( str, "\n\tin SWIG method '" );
      str = rb_str_cat2( str, name );
      str = rb_str_cat2( str, "'" );
    }

  return StringValuePtr( str );
}

/* This function is called when an overloaded method fails */
SWIGINTERN 
void Ruby_Format_OverloadedError(
				 const int argc,
				 const int maxargs,
				 const char* method, 
				 const char* prototypes 
				 )
{
  const char* msg = "Wrong # of arguments";
  if ( argc <= maxargs ) msg = "Wrong arguments";
  rb_raise(rb_eArgError,"%s for overloaded method '%s'.\n"  
	   "Possible C/C++ prototypes are:\n%s",
	   msg, method, prototypes);
}

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * rubytracking.swg
 *
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 * Ruby objects to C++ objects.  This functionality is needed
 * to implement mark functions for Ruby's mark and sweep
 * garbage collector.
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

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#if !defined(ST_DATA_T_DEFINED)
/* Needs to be explicitly included for Ruby 1.8 and earlier */
#include <st.h>
#endif

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/* Ruby 1.8 actually assumes the first case. */
#if SIZEOF_VOIDP == SIZEOF_LONG
#  define SWIG2NUM(v) LONG2NUM((unsigned long)v)
#  define NUM2SWIG(x) (unsigned long)NUM2LONG(x)
#elif SIZEOF_VOIDP == SIZEOF_LONG_LONG
#  define SWIG2NUM(v) LL2NUM((unsigned long long)v)
#  define NUM2SWIG(x) (unsigned long long)NUM2LL(x)
#else
#  error sizeof(void*) is not the same as long or long long
#endif

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/* Global hash table to store Trackings from C/C++
   structs to Ruby Objects.
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static st_table* swig_ruby_trackings = NULL;

static VALUE swig_ruby_trackings_count(ANYARGS) {
  return SWIG2NUM(swig_ruby_trackings->num_entries);
}
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SWIGRUNTIME void SWIG_RubyInitializeTrackings(void) {
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     objects to Ruby objects. */

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     in the SWIG module.
     This is done to allow multiple DSOs to share the same
     tracking table.
  */
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  VALUE trackings_value = Qnil;
  /* change the variable name so that we can mix modules
     compiled with older SWIG's - this used to be called "@__trackings__" */
  ID trackings_id = rb_intern( "@__safetrackings__" );
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  VALUE verbose = rb_gv_get("VERBOSE");
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  /* The trick here is that we have to store the hash table
  pointer in a Ruby variable. We do not want Ruby's GC to
  treat this pointer as a Ruby object, so we convert it to
  a Ruby numeric value. */
  if (trackings_value == Qnil) {
    /* No, it hasn't.  Create one ourselves */
    swig_ruby_trackings = st_init_numtable();
    rb_ivar_set( _mSWIG, trackings_id, SWIG2NUM(swig_ruby_trackings) );
  } else {
    swig_ruby_trackings = (st_table*)NUM2SWIG(trackings_value);
  }
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/* Add a Tracking from a C/C++ struct to a Ruby object */
SWIGRUNTIME void SWIG_RubyAddTracking(void* ptr, VALUE object) {
  /* Store the mapping to the global hash table. */
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/* Get the Ruby object that owns the specified C/C++ struct */
SWIGRUNTIME VALUE SWIG_RubyInstanceFor(void* ptr) {
  /* Now lookup the value stored in the global hash table */
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  VALUE value;

  if (st_lookup(swig_ruby_trackings, (st_data_t)ptr, &value)) {
    return value;
  } else {
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    return Qnil;
  }
}

/* Remove a Tracking from a C/C++ struct to a Ruby object.  It
   is very important to remove objects once they are destroyed
   since the same memory address may be reused later to create
   a new object. */
SWIGRUNTIME void SWIG_RubyRemoveTracking(void* ptr) {
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  st_delete(swig_ruby_trackings, (st_data_t *)&ptr, NULL);
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   underlying C++ object.  This is needed if the lifetime of the
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SWIGRUNTIME void SWIG_RubyUnlinkObjects(void* ptr) {
  VALUE object = SWIG_RubyInstanceFor(ptr);

  if (object != Qnil) {
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    // because the GC has flagged it as such for a deferred
    // destruction. Until then, it's still a T_DATA object.
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    DATA_PTR(object) = 0;
  }
}

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/* This is a helper method that iterates over all the trackings
   passing the C++ object pointer and its related Ruby object
   to the passed callback function. */

/* Proxy method to abstract the internal trackings datatype */
static int swig_ruby_internal_iterate_callback(void* ptr, VALUE obj, void(*meth)(void* ptr, VALUE obj)) {
  (*meth)(ptr, obj);
  return ST_CONTINUE;
}

SWIGRUNTIME void SWIG_RubyIterateTrackings( void(*meth)(void* ptr, VALUE obj) ) {
  st_foreach(swig_ruby_trackings, (int (*)(ANYARGS))&swig_ruby_internal_iterate_callback, (st_data_t)meth);
}
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#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * Ruby API portion that goes into the runtime
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

SWIGINTERN VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_AppendOutput(VALUE target, VALUE o) {
  if (NIL_P(target)) {
    target = o;
  } else {
    if (TYPE(target) != T_ARRAY) {
      VALUE o2 = target;
      target = rb_ary_new();
      rb_ary_push(target, o2);
    }
    rb_ary_push(target, o);
  }
  return target;
}

/* For ruby1.8.4 and earlier. */
#ifndef RUBY_INIT_STACK
   RUBY_EXTERN void Init_stack(VALUE* addr);
#  define RUBY_INIT_STACK \
   VALUE variable_in_this_stack_frame; \
   Init_stack(&variable_in_this_stack_frame);
#endif


#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif


/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * rubyrun.swg
 *
 * This file contains the runtime support for Ruby modules
 * and includes code for managing global variables and pointer
 * type checking.
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* For backward compatibility only */
#define SWIG_POINTER_EXCEPTION  0

/* for raw pointers */
#define SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj, pptr, type, flags)         SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPtrAndOwn(obj, pptr, type, flags, 0)
#define SWIG_ConvertPtrAndOwn(obj,pptr,type,flags,own)  SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPtrAndOwn(obj, pptr, type, flags, own)
#define SWIG_NewPointerObj(ptr, type, flags)            SWIG_Ruby_NewPointerObj(ptr, type, flags)
#define SWIG_AcquirePtr(ptr, own)                       SWIG_Ruby_AcquirePtr(ptr, own)
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/* for raw packed data */
#define SWIG_ConvertPacked(obj, ptr, sz, ty)            SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPacked(obj, ptr, sz, ty, flags)
#define SWIG_NewPackedObj(ptr, sz, type)                SWIG_Ruby_NewPackedObj(ptr, sz, type)

/* for class or struct pointers */
#define SWIG_ConvertInstance(obj, pptr, type, flags)    SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj, pptr, type, flags)
#define SWIG_NewInstanceObj(ptr, type, flags)           SWIG_NewPointerObj(ptr, type, flags)

/* for C or C++ function pointers */
#define SWIG_ConvertFunctionPtr(obj, pptr, type)        SWIG_ConvertPtr(obj, pptr, type, 0)
#define SWIG_NewFunctionPtrObj(ptr, type)               SWIG_NewPointerObj(ptr, type, 0)

/* for C++ member pointers, ie, member methods */
#define SWIG_ConvertMember(obj, ptr, sz, ty)            SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPacked(obj, ptr, sz, ty)
#define SWIG_NewMemberObj(ptr, sz, type)                SWIG_Ruby_NewPackedObj(ptr, sz, type)


/* Runtime API */

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#define SWIG_SetModule(clientdata, pointer) 		SWIG_Ruby_SetModule(pointer)


/* Error manipulation */

#define SWIG_ErrorType(code)                            SWIG_Ruby_ErrorType(code)               
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#define SWIG_Error(code, msg)            		rb_raise(SWIG_Ruby_ErrorType(code), "%s", msg)
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#define SWIG_fail                        		goto fail				 


/* Ruby-specific SWIG API */

#define SWIG_InitRuntime()                              SWIG_Ruby_InitRuntime()              
#define SWIG_define_class(ty)                        	SWIG_Ruby_define_class(ty)
#define SWIG_NewClassInstance(value, ty)             	SWIG_Ruby_NewClassInstance(value, ty)
#define SWIG_MangleStr(value)                        	SWIG_Ruby_MangleStr(value)		  
#define SWIG_CheckConvert(value, ty)                 	SWIG_Ruby_CheckConvert(value, ty)	  

#include "assert.h"

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * pointers/data manipulation
 * ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

typedef struct {
  VALUE klass;
  VALUE mImpl;
  void  (*mark)(void *);
  void  (*destroy)(void *);
  int trackObjects;
} swig_class;


/* Global pointer used to keep some internal SWIG stuff */
static VALUE _cSWIG_Pointer = Qnil;
static VALUE swig_runtime_data_type_pointer = Qnil;

/* Global IDs used to keep some internal SWIG stuff */
static ID swig_arity_id = 0;
static ID swig_call_id  = 0;

/*
  If your swig extension is to be run within an embedded ruby and has
  director callbacks, you should set -DRUBY_EMBEDDED during compilation.  
  This will reset ruby's stack frame on each entry point from the main 
  program the first time a virtual director function is invoked (in a 
  non-recursive way).
  If this is not done, you run the risk of Ruby trashing the stack.
*/

#ifdef RUBY_EMBEDDED

#  define SWIG_INIT_STACK                            \
      if ( !swig_virtual_calls ) { RUBY_INIT_STACK } \
      ++swig_virtual_calls;
#  define SWIG_RELEASE_STACK --swig_virtual_calls;
#  define Ruby_DirectorTypeMismatchException(x) \
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      static unsigned int swig_virtual_calls = 0;

#else  /* normal non-embedded extension */

#  define SWIG_INIT_STACK
#  define SWIG_RELEASE_STACK
#  define Ruby_DirectorTypeMismatchException(x) \
          throw Swig::DirectorTypeMismatchException( x );

#endif  /* RUBY_EMBEDDED */


SWIGRUNTIME VALUE 
getExceptionClass(void) {
  static int init = 0;
  static VALUE rubyExceptionClass ;
  if (!init) {
    init = 1;
    rubyExceptionClass = rb_const_get(_mSWIG, rb_intern("Exception"));
  }
  return rubyExceptionClass;
} 

/* This code checks to see if the Ruby object being raised as part
   of an exception inherits from the Ruby class Exception.  If so,
   the object is simply returned.  If not, then a new Ruby exception
   object is created and that will be returned to Ruby.*/
SWIGRUNTIME VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_ExceptionType(swig_type_info *desc, VALUE obj) {
  VALUE exceptionClass = getExceptionClass();
  if (rb_obj_is_kind_of(obj, exceptionClass)) {
    return obj;
  }  else {
    return rb_exc_new3(rb_eRuntimeError, rb_obj_as_string(obj));
  }
}

/* Initialize Ruby runtime support */
SWIGRUNTIME void
SWIG_Ruby_InitRuntime(void)
{
  if (_mSWIG == Qnil) {
    _mSWIG = rb_define_module("SWIG");
    swig_call_id  = rb_intern("call");
    swig_arity_id = rb_intern("arity");
  }
}

/* Define Ruby class for C type */
SWIGRUNTIME void
SWIG_Ruby_define_class(swig_type_info *type)
{
  char *klass_name = (char *) malloc(4 + strlen(type->name) + 1);
  sprintf(klass_name, "TYPE%s", type->name);
  if (NIL_P(_cSWIG_Pointer)) {
    _cSWIG_Pointer = rb_define_class_under(_mSWIG, "Pointer", rb_cObject);
    rb_undef_method(CLASS_OF(_cSWIG_Pointer), "new");
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  free((void *) klass_name);
}

/* Create a new pointer object */
SWIGRUNTIME VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_NewPointerObj(void *ptr, swig_type_info *type, int flags)
{
  int own =  flags & SWIG_POINTER_OWN; 
  int track;
  char *klass_name;
  swig_class *sklass;
  VALUE klass;
  VALUE obj;
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    return Qnil;
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  assert(type);
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    sklass = (swig_class *) type->clientdata;
		
    /* Are we tracking this class and have we already returned this Ruby object? */
    track = sklass->trackObjects;
    if (track) {
      obj = SWIG_RubyInstanceFor(ptr);
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        It might not in cases where methods do things like 
        downcast methods. */
      if (obj != Qnil) {
        VALUE value = rb_iv_get(obj, "@__swigtype__");
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        if (strcmp(type->name, type_name) == 0) {
          return obj;
        }
      }
    }

    /* Create a new Ruby object */
    obj = Data_Wrap_Struct(sklass->klass, VOIDFUNC(sklass->mark), 
			   ( own ? VOIDFUNC(sklass->destroy) : 
			     (track ? VOIDFUNC(SWIG_RubyRemoveTracking) : 0 )
			     ), ptr);

    /* If tracking is on for this class then track this object. */
    if (track) {
      SWIG_RubyAddTracking(ptr, obj);
    }
  } else {
    klass_name = (char *) malloc(4 + strlen(type->name) + 1);
    sprintf(klass_name, "TYPE%s", type->name);
    klass = rb_const_get(_mSWIG, rb_intern(klass_name));
    free((void *) klass_name);
    obj = Data_Wrap_Struct(klass, 0, 0, ptr);
  }
  rb_iv_set(obj, "@__swigtype__", rb_str_new2(type->name));
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  return obj;
}

/* Create a new class instance (always owned) */
SWIGRUNTIME VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_NewClassInstance(VALUE klass, swig_type_info *type)
{
  VALUE obj;
  swig_class *sklass = (swig_class *) type->clientdata;
  obj = Data_Wrap_Struct(klass, VOIDFUNC(sklass->mark), VOIDFUNC(sklass->destroy), 0);
  rb_iv_set(obj, "@__swigtype__", rb_str_new2(type->name));
  return obj;
}

/* Get type mangle from class name */
SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE char *
SWIG_Ruby_MangleStr(VALUE obj)
{
  VALUE stype = rb_iv_get(obj, "@__swigtype__");
  return StringValuePtr(stype);
}

/* Acquire a pointer value */
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typedef struct {
  void (*datafree)(void *);
  int own;
} swig_ruby_owntype;

SWIGRUNTIME swig_ruby_owntype
SWIG_Ruby_AcquirePtr(VALUE obj, swig_ruby_owntype own) {
  swig_ruby_owntype oldown = {0, 0};
  if (TYPE(obj) == T_DATA && !RTYPEDDATA_P(obj)) {
    oldown.datafree = RDATA(obj)->dfree;
    RDATA(obj)->dfree = own.datafree;
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  return oldown;
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}

/* Convert a pointer value */
SWIGRUNTIME int
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{
  char *c;
  swig_cast_info *tc;
  void *vptr = 0;

  /* Grab the pointer */
  if (NIL_P(obj)) {
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    if (ptr)
      *ptr = 0;
    return (flags & SWIG_POINTER_NO_NULL) ? SWIG_NullReferenceError : SWIG_OK;
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      return SWIG_ERROR;
    }
    Data_Get_Struct(obj, void, vptr);
  }
  
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  if (own) {
    own->datafree = RDATA(obj)->dfree;
    own->own = 0;
  }
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  /* Check to see if the input object is giving up ownership
     of the underlying C struct or C++ object.  If so then we
     need to reset the destructor since the Ruby object no 
     longer owns the underlying C++ object.*/ 
  if (flags & SWIG_POINTER_DISOWN) {
    /* Is tracking on for this class? */
    int track = 0;
    if (ty && ty->clientdata) {
      swig_class *sklass = (swig_class *) ty->clientdata;
      track = sklass->trackObjects;
    }
		
    if (track) {
      /* We are tracking objects for this class.  Thus we change the destructor
       * to SWIG_RubyRemoveTracking.  This allows us to
       * remove the mapping from the C++ to Ruby object
       * when the Ruby object is garbage collected.  If we don't
       * do this, then it is possible we will return a reference 
       * to a Ruby object that no longer exists thereby crashing Ruby. */
      RDATA(obj)->dfree = SWIG_RubyRemoveTracking;
    } else {    
      RDATA(obj)->dfree = 0;
    }
  }

  /* Do type-checking if type info was provided */
  if (ty) {
    if (ty->clientdata) {
      if (rb_obj_is_kind_of(obj, ((swig_class *) (ty->clientdata))->klass)) {
        if (vptr == 0) {
          /* The object has already been deleted */
          return SWIG_ObjectPreviouslyDeletedError;
        }
      }
    }
    if ((c = SWIG_MangleStr(obj)) == NULL) {
      return SWIG_ERROR;
    }
    tc = SWIG_TypeCheck(c, ty);
    if (!tc) {
      return SWIG_ERROR;
    } else {
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      if (ptr) {
        if (tc->type == ty) {
          *ptr = vptr;
        } else {
          int newmemory = 0;
          *ptr = SWIG_TypeCast(tc, vptr, &newmemory);
          if (newmemory == SWIG_CAST_NEW_MEMORY) {
            assert(own); /* badly formed typemap which will lead to a memory leak - it must set and use own to delete *ptr */
            if (own)
              own->own = own->own | SWIG_CAST_NEW_MEMORY;
          }
        }
      }
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    }
  } else {
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    if (ptr)
      *ptr = vptr;
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  }
  
  return SWIG_OK;
}

/* Check convert */
SWIGRUNTIMEINLINE int
SWIG_Ruby_CheckConvert(VALUE obj, swig_type_info *ty)
{
  char *c = SWIG_MangleStr(obj);
  if (!c) return 0;
  return SWIG_TypeCheck(c,ty) != 0;
}

SWIGRUNTIME VALUE
SWIG_Ruby_NewPackedObj(void *ptr, int sz, swig_type_info *type) {
  char result[1024];
  char *r = result;
  if ((2*sz + 1 + strlen(type->name)) > 1000) return 0;
  *(r++) = '_';
  r = SWIG_PackData(r, ptr, sz);
  strcpy(r, type->name);
  return rb_str_new2(result);
}

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/* Convert a packed pointer value */
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SWIGRUNTIME int
SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPacked(VALUE obj, void *ptr, int sz, swig_type_info *ty) {
  swig_cast_info *tc;
  const char  *c;

  if (TYPE(obj) != T_STRING) goto type_error;
  c = StringValuePtr(obj);
  /* Pointer values must start with leading underscore */
  if (*c != '_') goto type_error;
  c++;
  c = SWIG_UnpackData(c, ptr, sz);
  if (ty) {
    tc = SWIG_TypeCheck(c, ty);
    if (!tc) goto type_error;
  }
  return SWIG_OK;

 type_error:
  return SWIG_ERROR;
}

SWIGRUNTIME swig_module_info *
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{
  VALUE pointer;
  swig_module_info *ret = 0;
  VALUE verbose = rb_gv_get("VERBOSE");

 /* temporarily disable warnings, since the pointer check causes warnings with 'ruby -w' */
  rb_gv_set("VERBOSE", Qfalse);
  
  /* first check if pointer already created */
  pointer = rb_gv_get("$swig_runtime_data_type_pointer" SWIG_RUNTIME_VERSION SWIG_TYPE_TABLE_NAME);
  if (pointer != Qnil) {
    Data_Get_Struct(pointer, swig_module_info, ret);
  }

  /* reinstate warnings */
  rb_gv_set("VERBOSE", verbose);
  return ret;
}

SWIGRUNTIME void 
SWIG_Ruby_SetModule(swig_module_info *pointer)
{
  /* register a new class */
  VALUE cl = rb_define_class("swig_runtime_data", rb_cObject);
  /* create and store the structure pointer to a global variable */
  swig_runtime_data_type_pointer = Data_Wrap_Struct(cl, 0, 0, pointer);
  rb_define_readonly_variable("$swig_runtime_data_type_pointer" SWIG_RUNTIME_VERSION SWIG_TYPE_TABLE_NAME, &swig_runtime_data_type_pointer);
}

/* This function can be used to check whether a proc or method or similarly
   callable function has been passed.  Usually used in a %typecheck, like:

   %typecheck(c_callback_t, precedence=SWIG_TYPECHECK_POINTER) {
        $result = SWIG_Ruby_isCallable( $input );
   }
 */
SWIGINTERN
int SWIG_Ruby_isCallable( VALUE proc )
{
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    return 1;
  return 0;
}

/* This function can be used to check the arity (number of arguments)
   a proc or method can take.  Usually used in a %typecheck.
   Valid arities will be that equal to minimal or those < 0
   which indicate a variable number of parameters at the end.
 */
SWIGINTERN
int SWIG_Ruby_arity( VALUE proc, int minimal )
{
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    {
      VALUE num = rb_funcall( proc, swig_arity_id, 0 );
      int arity = NUM2INT(num);
      if ( arity < 0 && (arity+1) < -minimal ) return 1;
      if ( arity == minimal ) return 1;
      return 1;
    }
  return 0;
}


#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif



#define SWIG_exception_fail(code, msg) do { SWIG_Error(code, msg); SWIG_fail; } while(0) 

#define SWIG_contract_assert(expr, msg) if (!(expr)) { SWIG_Error(SWIG_RuntimeError, msg); SWIG_fail; } else 



  #define SWIG_exception(code, msg) do { SWIG_Error(code, msg);; } while(0) 


/* -------- TYPES TABLE (BEGIN) -------- */

#define SWIGTYPE_p_Cdi swig_types[0]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_CdiGrid swig_types[1]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_CdiTaxis swig_types[2]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_CdiVariable swig_types[3]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_CdiZaxis swig_types[4]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_allocator_type swig_types[5]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_char swig_types[6]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_difference_type swig_types[7]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_double swig_types[8]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_float swig_types[9]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_key_type swig_types[10]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_mapped_type swig_types[11]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_p_double swig_types[12]
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#define SWIGTYPE_p_size_type swig_types[14]
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#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_CdiVariable_t swig_types[15]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_double_t swig_types[16]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_int_t swig_types[17]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiGrid_t_t swig_types[18]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiTaxis_t_t swig_types[19]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiVariable_t_t swig_types[20]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiZaxis_t_t swig_types[21]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_std__string_const_CdiVariable_t_t swig_types[22]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__string_t swig_types[23]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__allocatorT_std__vectorT_double_std__allocatorT_double_t_t_t swig_types[24]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__lessT_int_t swig_types[25]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__lessT_std__string_t swig_types[26]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiGrid_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiGrid_t_t_t swig_types[27]
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#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiGrid_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiGrid_t_t_t__iterator swig_types[28]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiGrid_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiGrid_t_t_t__reverse_iterator swig_types[29]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiTaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiTaxis_t_t_t swig_types[30]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiTaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiTaxis_t_t_t__iterator swig_types[31]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiTaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiTaxis_t_t_t__reverse_iterator swig_types[32]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiVariable_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t swig_types[33]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiVariable_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t__iterator swig_types[34]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiVariable_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t__reverse_iterator swig_types[35]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiZaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiZaxis_t_t_t swig_types[36]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiZaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiZaxis_t_t_t__iterator swig_types[37]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_int_CdiZaxis_std__lessT_int_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_int_const_CdiZaxis_t_t_t__reverse_iterator swig_types[38]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_std__string_CdiVariable_std__lessT_std__string_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_std__string_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t swig_types[39]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_std__string_CdiVariable_std__lessT_std__string_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_std__string_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t__iterator swig_types[40]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__mapT_std__string_CdiVariable_std__lessT_std__string_t_std__allocatorT_std__pairT_std__string_const_CdiVariable_t_t_t__reverse_iterator swig_types[41]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_CdiVariable_std__allocatorT_CdiVariable_t_t swig_types[42]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_double_std__allocatorT_double_t_t swig_types[43]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_float_std__allocatorT_float_t_t swig_types[44]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_int_std__allocatorT_int_t_t swig_types[45]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_std__string_std__allocatorT_std__string_t_t swig_types[46]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_std__vectorT_double_std__allocatorT_double_t_t_std__allocatorT_std__vectorT_double_std__allocatorT_double_t_t_t_t swig_types[47]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_std__vectorT_std__vectorT_float_std__allocatorT_float_t_t_std__allocatorT_std__vectorT_float_std__allocatorT_float_t_t_t_t swig_types[48]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_swig__ConstIterator swig_types[49]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_swig__GC_VALUE swig_types[50]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_swig__Iterator swig_types[51]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_value_type swig_types[52]
#define SWIGTYPE_p_void swig_types[53]
static swig_type_info *swig_types[55];
static swig_module_info swig_module = {swig_types, 54, 0, 0, 0, 0};
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#define SWIG_TypeQuery(name) SWIG_TypeQueryModule(&swig_module, &swig_module, name)
#define SWIG_MangledTypeQuery(name) SWIG_MangledTypeQueryModule(&swig_module, &swig_module, name)

/* -------- TYPES TABLE (END) -------- */

#define SWIG_init    Init_CdiObj
#define SWIG_name    "CdiObj"

static VALUE mCdiObj;

#define SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_BEGIN_BLOCK
#define SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_END_BLOCK


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#define SWIG_VERSION SWIGVERSION


#define SWIG_as_voidptr(a) const_cast< void * >(static_cast< const void * >(a)) 
#define SWIG_as_voidptrptr(a) ((void)SWIG_as_voidptr(*a),reinterpret_cast< void** >(a)) 


#include <stdexcept>


#define SWIG_FILE_WITH_INIT
#include "cdi.hpp"


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#include <stdexcept>


namespace swig {
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  class SwigGCReferences {
    VALUE _hash;

    SwigGCReferences() : _hash(Qnil) {
    }
    ~SwigGCReferences() {
      if (_hash != Qnil)
        rb_gc_unregister_address(&_hash);
    }
    static void EndProcHandler(VALUE) {
      // Ruby interpreter ending - _hash can no longer be accessed.
      SwigGCReferences &s_references = instance();
      s_references._hash = Qnil;
    }
  public:
    static SwigGCReferences& instance() {
      // Hash of all GC_VALUE's currently in use
      static SwigGCReferences s_references;

      return s_references;
    }
    static void initialize() {
      SwigGCReferences &s_references = instance();
      if (s_references._hash == Qnil) {
        rb_set_end_proc(&EndProcHandler, Qnil);
        s_references._hash = rb_hash_new();
        rb_gc_register_address(&s_references._hash);
      }
    }
    void GC_register(VALUE& obj) {
      if (FIXNUM_P(obj) || SPECIAL_CONST_P(obj) || SYMBOL_P(obj))
        return;
      if (_hash != Qnil) {
        VALUE val = rb_hash_aref(_hash, obj);
        unsigned n = FIXNUM_P(val) ? NUM2UINT(val) : 0;
        ++n;
        rb_hash_aset(_hash, obj, INT2NUM(n));
      }
    }
    void GC_unregister(const VALUE& obj) {
      if (FIXNUM_P(obj) || SPECIAL_CONST_P(obj) || SYMBOL_P(obj))
        return;
      // this test should not be needed but I've noticed some very erratic
      // behavior of none being unregistered in some very rare situations.
      if (BUILTIN_TYPE(obj) == T_NONE)
        return;
      if (_hash != Qnil) {
        VALUE val = rb_hash_aref(_hash, obj);
        unsigned n = FIXNUM_P(val) ? NUM2UINT(val) : 1;
        --n;
        if (n)
          rb_hash_aset(_hash, obj, INT2NUM(n));
        else
          rb_hash_delete(_hash, obj);
      }
    }
  };

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  class GC_VALUE {
  protected:
    VALUE  _obj;

    static ID hash_id;
    static ID   lt_id;
    static ID   gt_id;
    static ID   eq_id;
    static ID   le_id;
    static ID   ge_id;

    static ID  pos_id;
    static ID  neg_id;
    static ID  inv_id;

    static ID  add_id;
    static ID  sub_id;
    static ID  mul_id;
    static ID  div_id;
    static ID  mod_id;

    static ID  and_id;
    static ID   or_id;
    static ID  xor_id;

    static ID  lshift_id;
    static ID  rshift_id;

    struct OpArgs
    {
      VALUE src;
      ID    id;
      int   nargs;
      VALUE target;
    };


  public:
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    GC_VALUE() : _obj(Qnil)
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    {
    }

    GC_VALUE(const GC_VALUE& item) : _obj(item._obj)
    {
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    }
    
    GC_VALUE(VALUE obj) :_obj(obj)
    {
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    }
    
    ~GC_VALUE() 
    {
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    }
    
    GC_VALUE & operator=(const GC_VALUE& item) 
    {
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      _obj = item._obj;
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      return *this;
    }

    operator VALUE() const
    {
      return _obj;
    }

    VALUE inspect() const
    {
      return rb_inspect(_obj);
    }

    VALUE to_s() const
    {
      return rb_inspect(_obj);
    }

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    static VALUE swig_rescue_swallow(VALUE)
    {
      /*
      VALUE errstr = rb_obj_as_string(rb_errinfo());
      printf("Swallowing error: '%s'\n", RSTRING_PTR(StringValue(errstr)));
      */
      return Qnil; /* Swallow Ruby exception */
    }

    static VALUE swig_rescue_funcall(VALUE p)
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    {
      OpArgs* args = (OpArgs*) p;
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      return rb_funcall(args->src, args->id, args->nargs, args->target);
    }

    bool relational_equal_op(const GC_VALUE& other, const ID& op_id, bool (*op_func)(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b)) const
    {
      if (FIXNUM_P(_obj) && FIXNUM_P(other._obj)) {
        return op_func(_obj, other._obj);
      }
      bool res = false;
      VALUE ret = Qnil;
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_BEGIN_BLOCK;
      if (rb_respond_to(_obj, op_id)) {
        OpArgs  args;
        args.src    = _obj;
        args.id     = op_id;
        args.nargs  = 1;
        args.target = VALUE(other);
        ret = rb_rescue(RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_funcall), VALUE(&args),
                       (RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_swallow)), Qnil);
      }
      if (ret == Qnil) {
        VALUE a = rb_funcall(         _obj, hash_id, 0 );
        VALUE b = rb_funcall( VALUE(other), hash_id, 0 );
        res = op_func(a, b);
      } else {
        res = RTEST(ret);
      }
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_END_BLOCK;
      return res;
    }

    static bool operator_eq(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b) { return a == b; }
    static bool operator_lt(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b) { return a < b; }
    static bool operator_le(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b) { return a <= b; }
    static bool operator_gt(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b) { return a > b; }
    static bool operator_ge(const VALUE& a, const VALUE& b) { return a >= b; }

    bool operator==(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return relational_equal_op(other, eq_id, operator_eq); }
    bool operator<(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return relational_equal_op(other, lt_id, operator_lt); }
    bool operator<=(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return relational_equal_op(other, le_id, operator_le); }
    bool operator>(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return relational_equal_op(other, gt_id, operator_gt); }
    bool operator>=(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return relational_equal_op(other, ge_id, operator_ge); }

    bool operator!=(const GC_VALUE& other) const
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    {
      return !(this->operator==(other));
    }

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    GC_VALUE unary_op(const ID& op_id) const
    {
      VALUE ret = Qnil;
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_BEGIN_BLOCK;
      OpArgs  args;
      args.src    = _obj;
      args.id     = op_id;
      args.nargs  = 0;
      args.target = Qnil;
      ret = rb_rescue(RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_funcall), VALUE(&args),
                     (RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_swallow)), Qnil);
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_END_BLOCK;
      return ret;
    }
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    GC_VALUE operator+() const { return unary_op(pos_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator-() const { return unary_op(neg_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator~() const { return unary_op(inv_id); }
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    GC_VALUE binary_op(const GC_VALUE& other, const ID& op_id) const
    {
      VALUE ret = Qnil;
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_BEGIN_BLOCK;
      OpArgs  args;
      args.src    = _obj;
      args.id     = op_id;
      args.nargs  = 1;
      args.target = VALUE(other);
      ret = rb_rescue(RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_funcall), VALUE(&args),
                     (RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(swig_rescue_swallow)), Qnil);
      SWIG_RUBY_THREAD_END_BLOCK;
      return GC_VALUE(ret);
    }

    GC_VALUE operator+(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, add_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator-(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, sub_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator*(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, mul_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator/(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, div_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator%(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, mod_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator&(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, and_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator^(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, xor_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator|(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, or_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator<<(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, lshift_id); }
    GC_VALUE operator>>(const GC_VALUE& other) const { return binary_op(other, rshift_id); }
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  };

  ID  GC_VALUE::hash_id = rb_intern("hash");
  ID  GC_VALUE::lt_id = rb_intern("<");
  ID  GC_VALUE::gt_id = rb_intern(">");
  ID  GC_VALUE::eq_id = rb_intern("==");
  ID  GC_VALUE::le_id = rb_intern("<=");
  ID  GC_VALUE::ge_id = rb_intern(">=");

  ID  GC_VALUE::pos_id = rb_intern("+@");
  ID  GC_VALUE::neg_id = rb_intern("-@");
  ID  GC_VALUE::inv_id = rb_intern("~");

  ID  GC_VALUE::add_id = rb_intern("+");
  ID  GC_VALUE::sub_id = rb_intern("-");
  ID  GC_VALUE::mul_id = rb_intern("*");
  ID  GC_VALUE::div_id = rb_intern("/");
  ID  GC_VALUE::mod_id = rb_intern("%");

  ID  GC_VALUE::and_id = rb_intern("&");
  ID  GC_VALUE::or_id  = rb_intern("|");
  ID  GC_VALUE::xor_id = rb_intern("^");

  ID  GC_VALUE::lshift_id = rb_intern("<<");
  ID  GC_VALUE::rshift_id = rb_intern(">>");

  typedef GC_VALUE LANGUAGE_OBJ;

} // namespace swig



#if defined(__GNUC__)
#  if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR <= 96
#     define SWIG_STD_NOMODERN_STL
#  endif
#endif


#include <string>


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#include <iostream>

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namespace swig {
  struct stop_iteration {
  };

  /** 
   * Abstract base class used to represent all iterators of STL containers.
   */
  struct ConstIterator {
  public:
    typedef ConstIterator self_type;

  protected:
    GC_VALUE _seq;

  protected:
    ConstIterator(VALUE seq) : _seq(seq)
    {
    }

    // Random access iterator methods, but not required in Ruby
    virtual ptrdiff_t distance(const ConstIterator &x) const
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("distance not supported");
    }

    virtual bool equal (const ConstIterator &x) const
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("equal not supported");
    }

    virtual self_type* advance(ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("advance not supported");
    }
      
  public:
    virtual ~ConstIterator() {}

    // Access iterator method, required by Ruby
    virtual VALUE value() const {
      throw std::invalid_argument("value not supported");
      return Qnil;
    };

    virtual VALUE setValue( const VALUE& v ) {
      throw std::invalid_argument("value= not supported");
      return Qnil;
    }

    virtual self_type* next( size_t n = 1 )
    {
      return this->advance( n );
    }

    virtual self_type* previous( size_t n = 1 )
    {
      ptrdiff_t nn = n;
      return this->advance( -nn );
    }

    virtual VALUE to_s() const {
      throw std::invalid_argument("to_s not supported");
      return Qnil;
    }

    virtual VALUE inspect() const {
      throw std::invalid_argument("inspect not supported");
      return Qnil;
    }
    
    virtual ConstIterator *dup() const
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("dup not supported");
      return NULL;
    }

    //
    // C++ common/needed methods.  We emulate a bidirectional
    // operator, to be compatible with all the STL.
    // The iterator traits will then tell the STL what type of
    // iterator we really are.
    //
    ConstIterator() : _seq( Qnil )
    {
    }

    ConstIterator( const self_type& b ) : _seq( b._seq )
    {
    }

    self_type& operator=( const self_type& b )
    {
      _seq = b._seq;
      return *this;
    }

    bool operator == (const ConstIterator& x)  const
    {
      return equal(x);
    }
      
    bool operator != (const ConstIterator& x) const
    {
      return ! operator==(x);
    }
      
    // Pre-decrement operator
    self_type& operator--()
    {
      return *previous();
    }

    // Pre-increment operator
    self_type& operator++()
    {
      return *next();
    }

    // Post-decrement operator
    self_type operator--(int)
    {
      self_type r = *this;
      previous();
      return r;
    }

    // Post-increment operator
    self_type operator++(int)
    {
      self_type r = *this;
      next();
      return r;
    }

    ConstIterator& operator += (ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      return *advance(n);
    }

    ConstIterator& operator -= (ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      return *advance(-n);
    }

    ConstIterator* operator + (ptrdiff_t n) const
    {
      return dup()->advance(n);
    }

    ConstIterator* operator - (ptrdiff_t n) const
    {
      return dup()->advance(-n);
    }
      
    ptrdiff_t operator - (const ConstIterator& x) const
    {
      return x.distance(*this);
    }
      
    static swig_type_info* descriptor() {
      static int init = 0;
      static swig_type_info* desc = 0;
      if (!init) {
	desc = SWIG_TypeQuery("swig::ConstIterator *");
	init = 1;
      }	
      return desc;
    }
  };


  /**
   * Abstract base class used to represent all non-const iterators of STL containers.
   * 
   */
  struct Iterator : public ConstIterator {
  public:
    typedef Iterator self_type;

  protected:
    Iterator(VALUE seq) : ConstIterator(seq)
    {
    }

    virtual self_type* advance(ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("operation not supported");
    }

  public:
    static swig_type_info* descriptor() {
      static int init = 0;
      static swig_type_info* desc = 0;
      if (!init) {
	desc = SWIG_TypeQuery("swig::Iterator *");
	init = 1;
      }	
      return desc;
    }
    
    virtual Iterator *dup() const
    {
      throw std::invalid_argument("dup not supported");
      return NULL;
    }
      
    virtual self_type* next( size_t n = 1 )
    {
      return this->advance( n );
    }

    virtual self_type* previous( size_t n = 1 )
    {
      ptrdiff_t nn = n;
      return this->advance( -nn );
    }

    bool operator == (const ConstIterator& x)  const
    {
      return equal(x);
    }
      
    bool operator != (const Iterator& x) const
    {
      return ! operator==(x);
    }
      
    Iterator& operator += (ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      return *advance(n);
    }

    Iterator& operator -= (ptrdiff_t n)
    {
      return *advance(-n);
    }
      
    Iterator* operator + (ptrdiff_t n) const
    {
      return dup()->advance(n);
    }

    Iterator* operator - (ptrdiff_t n) const
    {
      return dup()->advance(-n);
    }
      
    ptrdiff_t operator - (const Iterator& x) const
    {
      return x.distance(*this);
    }
  };

}


SWIGINTERN VALUE
SWIG_ruby_failed(void)
{
  return Qnil;
} 


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SWIGINTERN VALUE SWIG_AUX_NUM2ULONG(VALUE *args)
{
  VALUE obj = args[0];
  VALUE type = TYPE(obj);
  unsigned long *res = (unsigned long *)(args[1]);
  *res = type == T_FIXNUM ? NUM2ULONG(obj) : rb_big2ulong(obj);
  return obj;
}
/*@SWIG@*/

SWIGINTERN int
SWIG_AsVal_unsigned_SS_long (VALUE obj, unsigned long *val) 
{
  VALUE type = TYPE(obj);
  if ((type == T_FIXNUM) || (type == T_BIGNUM)) {
    unsigned long v;
    VALUE a[2];
    a[0] = obj;
    a[1] = (VALUE)(&v);
    if (rb_rescue(RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(SWIG_AUX_NUM2ULONG), (VALUE)a, RUBY_METHOD_FUNC(SWIG_ruby_failed), 0) != Qnil) {
      if (val) *val = v;
      return SWIG_OK;
    }
  }
  return SWIG_TypeError;
}