[ovs-dev,4/9] Move contents of lib/list.h to include/openvswitch directory
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ben@skyportsystems.com Feb. 22, 2016, 11:46 p.m. UTC
From: Ben Warren <ben@skyportsystems.com>

Most of the list code is properly namespaced, so is OK to move to the
global export directory.  Some "lib/util.h" code had to move to the
other directory as well, but I've tried to make that as small as
possible

Signed-off-by: Ben Warren <ben@skyportsystems.com>
---
 include/openvswitch/list.h | 260 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 include/openvswitch/util.h | 101 ++++++++++++++++++
 lib/list.h                 | 257 --------------------------------------------
 lib/util.h                 | 100 -----------------
 4 files changed, 361 insertions(+), 357 deletions(-)

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diff --git a/include/openvswitch/list.h b/include/openvswitch/list.h
index e2b97c6..961928d 100644
--- a/include/openvswitch/list.h
+++ b/include/openvswitch/list.h
@@ -16,6 +16,12 @@ 
 #ifndef OPENVSWITCH_LIST_H
 #define OPENVSWITCH_LIST_H 1
 
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <openvswitch/types.h>
+#include <openvswitch/util.h>
+
 /* Doubly linked list head or element. */
 struct ovs_list {
     struct ovs_list *prev;     /* Previous list element. */
@@ -24,4 +30,258 @@  struct ovs_list {
 
 #define OVS_LIST_INITIALIZER(LIST) { LIST, LIST }
 
+/* "struct ovs_list" with pointers that will (probably) cause segfaults if
+ * dereferenced and, better yet, show up clearly in a debugger. */
+#define OVS_LIST_POISON \
+(struct ovs_list) { (struct ovs_list *) (uintptr_t) 0xccccccccccccccccULL, \
+                    (struct ovs_list *) (uintptr_t) 0xccccccccccccccccULL }
+
+static inline void list_init(struct ovs_list *);
+static inline void list_poison(struct ovs_list *);
+
+/* List insertion. */
+static inline void list_insert(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
+static inline void list_splice(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *first,
+                               struct ovs_list *last);
+static inline void list_push_front(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
+static inline void list_push_back(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
+static inline void list_replace(struct ovs_list *, const struct ovs_list *);
+static inline void list_moved(struct ovs_list *, const struct ovs_list *orig);
+static inline void list_move(struct ovs_list *dst, struct ovs_list *src);
+
+/* List removal. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *list_remove(struct ovs_list *);
+static inline struct ovs_list *list_pop_front(struct ovs_list *);
+static inline struct ovs_list *list_pop_back(struct ovs_list *);
+
+/* List elements. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *list_front(const struct ovs_list *);
+static inline struct ovs_list *list_back(const struct ovs_list *);
+
+/* List properties. */
+static inline size_t list_size(const struct ovs_list *);
+static inline bool list_is_empty(const struct ovs_list *);
+static inline bool list_is_singleton(const struct ovs_list *);
+static inline bool list_is_short(const struct ovs_list *);
+
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                               \
+    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->next, MEMBER);                    \
+         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
+         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER))
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH_CONTINUE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                      \
+    for (ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER);             \
+         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
+         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER))
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH_REVERSE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                       \
+    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->prev, MEMBER);                    \
+         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
+         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER))
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH_REVERSE_CONTINUE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)              \
+    for (ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER);           \
+         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
+         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER))
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH_SAFE(ITER, NEXT, MEMBER, LIST)               \
+    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->next, MEMBER);               \
+         (&(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST)                                \
+          ? INIT_CONTAINER(NEXT, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER), 1   \
+          : 0);                                                    \
+         (ITER) = (NEXT))
+#define LIST_FOR_EACH_POP(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                      \
+    while (!list_is_empty(LIST)                                    \
+           && (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, list_pop_front(LIST), MEMBER), 1))
+
+/* Inline implementations. */
+
+/* Initializes 'list' as an empty list. */
+static inline void
+list_init(struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    list->next = list->prev = list;
+}
+
+/* Initializes 'list' with pointers that will (probably) cause segfaults if
+ * dereferenced and, better yet, show up clearly in a debugger. */
+static inline void
+list_poison(struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    *list = OVS_LIST_POISON;
+}
+
+/* Inserts 'elem' just before 'before'. */
+static inline void
+list_insert(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *elem)
+{
+    elem->prev = before->prev;
+    elem->next = before;
+    before->prev->next = elem;
+    before->prev = elem;
+}
+
+/* Removes elements 'first' though 'last' (exclusive) from their current list,
+   then inserts them just before 'before'. */
+static inline void
+list_splice(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *first, struct ovs_list *last)
+{
+    if (first == last) {
+        return;
+    }
+    last = last->prev;
+
+    /* Cleanly remove 'first'...'last' from its current list. */
+    first->prev->next = last->next;
+    last->next->prev = first->prev;
+
+    /* Splice 'first'...'last' into new list. */
+    first->prev = before->prev;
+    last->next = before;
+    before->prev->next = first;
+    before->prev = last;
+}
+
+/* Inserts 'elem' at the beginning of 'list', so that it becomes the front in
+   'list'. */
+static inline void
+list_push_front(struct ovs_list *list, struct ovs_list *elem)
+{
+    list_insert(list->next, elem);
+}
+
+/* Inserts 'elem' at the end of 'list', so that it becomes the back in
+ * 'list'. */
+static inline void
+list_push_back(struct ovs_list *list, struct ovs_list *elem)
+{
+    list_insert(list, elem);
+}
+
+/* Puts 'elem' in the position currently occupied by 'position'.
+ * Afterward, 'position' is not part of a list. */
+static inline void
+list_replace(struct ovs_list *element, const struct ovs_list *position)
+{
+    element->next = position->next;
+    element->next->prev = element;
+    element->prev = position->prev;
+    element->prev->next = element;
+}
+
+/* Adjusts pointers around 'list' to compensate for 'list' having been moved
+ * around in memory (e.g. as a consequence of realloc()), with original
+ * location 'orig'.
+ *
+ * ('orig' likely points to freed memory, but this function does not
+ * dereference 'orig', it only compares it to 'list'.  In a very pedantic
+ * language lawyer sense, this still yields undefined behavior, but it works
+ * with actual compilers.) */
+static inline void
+list_moved(struct ovs_list *list, const struct ovs_list *orig)
+{
+    if (list->next == orig) {
+        list_init(list);
+    } else {
+        list->prev->next = list->next->prev = list;
+    }
+}
+
+/* Initializes 'dst' with the contents of 'src', compensating for moving it
+ * around in memory.  The effect is that, if 'src' was the head of a list, now
+ * 'dst' is the head of a list containing the same elements. */
+static inline void
+list_move(struct ovs_list *dst, struct ovs_list *src)
+{
+    *dst = *src;
+    list_moved(dst, src);
+}
+
+/* Removes 'elem' from its list and returns the element that followed it.
+   Undefined behavior if 'elem' is not in a list. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *
+list_remove(struct ovs_list *elem)
+{
+    elem->prev->next = elem->next;
+    elem->next->prev = elem->prev;
+    return elem->next;
+}
+
+/* Removes the front element from 'list' and returns it.  Undefined behavior if
+   'list' is empty before removal. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *
+list_pop_front(struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    struct ovs_list *front = list->next;
+
+    list_remove(front);
+    return front;
+}
+
+/* Removes the back element from 'list' and returns it.
+   Undefined behavior if 'list' is empty before removal. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *
+list_pop_back(struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    struct ovs_list *back = list->prev;
+
+    list_remove(back);
+    return back;
+}
+
+/* Returns the front element in 'list_'.
+   Undefined behavior if 'list_' is empty. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *
+list_front(const struct ovs_list *list_)
+{
+    struct ovs_list *list = CONST_CAST(struct ovs_list *, list_);
+
+    ovs_assert(!list_is_empty(list));
+
+    return list->next;
+}
+
+/* Returns the back element in 'list_'.
+   Undefined behavior if 'list_' is empty. */
+static inline struct ovs_list *
+list_back(const struct ovs_list *list_)
+{
+    struct ovs_list *list = CONST_CAST(struct ovs_list *, list_);
+
+    ovs_assert(!list_is_empty(list));
+
+    return list->prev;
+}
+
+/* Returns the number of elements in 'list'.
+   Runs in O(n) in the number of elements. */
+static inline size_t
+list_size(const struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    const struct ovs_list *e;
+    size_t cnt = 0;
+
+    for (e = list->next; e != list; e = e->next) {
+        cnt++;
+    }
+    return cnt;
+}
+
+/* Returns true if 'list' is empty, false otherwise. */
+static inline bool
+list_is_empty(const struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    return list->next == list;
+}
+
+/* Returns true if 'list' has exactly 1 element, false otherwise. */
+static inline bool
+list_is_singleton(const struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    return list_is_short(list) && !list_is_empty(list);
+}
+
+/* Returns true if 'list' has 0 or 1 elements, false otherwise. */
+static inline bool
+list_is_short(const struct ovs_list *list)
+{
+    return list->next == list->prev;
+}
+
 #endif /* list.h */
diff --git a/include/openvswitch/util.h b/include/openvswitch/util.h
index 683f76b..63c8a45 100644
--- a/include/openvswitch/util.h
+++ b/include/openvswitch/util.h
@@ -18,6 +18,7 @@ 
 #define OPENVSWITCH_UTIL_H 1
 
 #include <openvswitch/version.h>
+#include <openvswitch/compiler.h>
 
 #ifdef __cplusplus
 extern "C" {
@@ -46,6 +47,106 @@  const char *ovs_get_program_version(void);
      : (X) <= UINT_MAX / (Y) ? (unsigned int) (X) * (unsigned int) (Y)  \
      : UINT_MAX)
 
+/* Like the standard assert macro, except writes the failure message to the
+ * log. */
+#ifndef NDEBUG
+#define ovs_assert(CONDITION)                                           \
+    if (!OVS_LIKELY(CONDITION)) {                                       \
+        ovs_assert_failure(OVS_SOURCE_LOCATOR, __func__, #CONDITION);       \
+    }
+#else
+#define ovs_assert(CONDITION) ((void) (CONDITION))
+#endif
+OVS_NO_RETURN void ovs_assert_failure(const char *, const char *, const char *);
+
+/* This is a void expression that issues a compiler error if POINTER cannot be
+ * compared for equality with the given pointer TYPE.  This generally means
+ * that POINTER is a qualified or unqualified TYPE.  However,
+ * BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, void *) will accept any pointer to object type,
+ * because any pointer to object can be compared for equality with "void *".
+ *
+ * POINTER can be any expression.  The use of "sizeof" ensures that the
+ * expression is not actually evaluated, so that any side effects of the
+ * expression do not occur.
+ *
+ * The cast to int is present only to suppress an "expression using sizeof
+ * bool" warning from "sparse" (see
+ * http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.parsers.sparse/2967). */
+#define BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, TYPE) \
+    ((void) sizeof ((int) ((POINTER) == (TYPE) (POINTER))))
+
+/* Casts 'pointer' to 'type' and issues a compiler warning if the cast changes
+ * anything other than an outermost "const" or "volatile" qualifier.
+ *
+ * The cast to int is present only to suppress an "expression using sizeof
+ * bool" warning from "sparse" (see
+ * http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.parsers.sparse/2967). */
+#define CONST_CAST(TYPE, POINTER)                               \
+    (BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, TYPE),                          \
+     (TYPE) (POINTER))
+
+/* Given a pointer-typed lvalue OBJECT, expands to a pointer type that may be
+ * assigned to OBJECT. */
+#ifdef __GNUC__
+#define OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT) typeof(OBJECT)
+#else
+#define OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT) void *
+#endif
+
+/* Given OBJECT of type pointer-to-structure, expands to the offset of MEMBER
+ * within an instance of the structure.
+ *
+ * The GCC-specific version avoids the technicality of undefined behavior if
+ * OBJECT is null, invalid, or not yet initialized.  This makes some static
+ * checkers (like Coverity) happier.  But the non-GCC version does not actually
+ * dereference any pointer, so it would be surprising for it to cause any
+ * problems in practice.
+ */
+#ifdef __GNUC__
+#define OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER) offsetof(typeof(*(OBJECT)), MEMBER)
+#else
+#define OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER) \
+    ((char *) &(OBJECT)->MEMBER - (char *) (OBJECT))
+#endif
+
+/* Yields the size of MEMBER within STRUCT. */
+#define MEMBER_SIZEOF(STRUCT, MEMBER) (sizeof(((STRUCT *) NULL)->MEMBER))
+
+/* Yields the offset of the end of MEMBER within STRUCT. */
+#define OFFSETOFEND(STRUCT, MEMBER) \
+        (offsetof(STRUCT, MEMBER) + MEMBER_SIZEOF(STRUCT, MEMBER))
+
+/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER in a STRUCT object, returns
+   the STRUCT object. */
+#define CONTAINER_OF(POINTER, STRUCT, MEMBER)                           \
+        ((STRUCT *) (void *) ((char *) (POINTER) - offsetof (STRUCT, MEMBER)))
+
+/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER within an object of the type
+ * that that OBJECT points to, returns OBJECT as an assignment-compatible
+ * pointer type (either the correct pointer type or "void *").  OBJECT must be
+ * an lvalue.
+ *
+ * This is the same as CONTAINER_OF except that it infers the structure type
+ * from the type of '*OBJECT'. */
+#define OBJECT_CONTAINING(POINTER, OBJECT, MEMBER)                      \
+    ((OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT)) (void *)                                      \
+     ((char *) (POINTER) - OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER)))
+
+/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER within an object of the type
+ * that that OBJECT points to, assigns the address of the outer object to
+ * OBJECT, which must be an lvalue.
+ *
+ * Evaluates to (void) 0 as the result is not to be used. */
+#define ASSIGN_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER) \
+    ((OBJECT) = OBJECT_CONTAINING(POINTER, OBJECT, MEMBER), (void) 0)
+
+/* As explained in the comment above OBJECT_OFFSETOF(), non-GNUC compilers
+ * like MSVC will complain about un-initialized variables if OBJECT
+ * hasn't already been initialized. To prevent such warnings, INIT_CONTAINER()
+ * can be used as a wrapper around ASSIGN_CONTAINER. */
+#define INIT_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER) \
+    ((OBJECT) = NULL, ASSIGN_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER))
+
 #ifdef __cplusplus
 }
 #endif
diff --git a/lib/list.h b/lib/list.h
index f9c9d85..f641d39 100644
--- a/lib/list.h
+++ b/lib/list.h
@@ -18,263 +18,6 @@ 
 
 /* Doubly linked list. */
 
-#include <stdbool.h>
-#include <stddef.h>
-#include "util.h"
 #include "openvswitch/list.h"
 
-/* "struct ovs_list" with pointers that will (probably) cause segfaults if
- * dereferenced and, better yet, show up clearly in a debugger. */
-#define OVS_LIST_POISON \
-(struct ovs_list) { (struct ovs_list *) (uintptr_t) 0xccccccccccccccccULL, \
-                    (struct ovs_list *) (uintptr_t) 0xccccccccccccccccULL }
-
-static inline void list_init(struct ovs_list *);
-static inline void list_poison(struct ovs_list *);
-
-/* List insertion. */
-static inline void list_insert(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
-static inline void list_splice(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *first,
-                               struct ovs_list *last);
-static inline void list_push_front(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
-static inline void list_push_back(struct ovs_list *, struct ovs_list *);
-static inline void list_replace(struct ovs_list *, const struct ovs_list *);
-static inline void list_moved(struct ovs_list *, const struct ovs_list *orig);
-static inline void list_move(struct ovs_list *dst, struct ovs_list *src);
-
-/* List removal. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *list_remove(struct ovs_list *);
-static inline struct ovs_list *list_pop_front(struct ovs_list *);
-static inline struct ovs_list *list_pop_back(struct ovs_list *);
-
-/* List elements. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *list_front(const struct ovs_list *);
-static inline struct ovs_list *list_back(const struct ovs_list *);
-
-/* List properties. */
-static inline size_t list_size(const struct ovs_list *);
-static inline bool list_is_empty(const struct ovs_list *);
-static inline bool list_is_singleton(const struct ovs_list *);
-static inline bool list_is_short(const struct ovs_list *);
-
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                               \
-    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->next, MEMBER);                    \
-         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
-         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER))
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH_CONTINUE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                      \
-    for (ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER);             \
-         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
-         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER))
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH_REVERSE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                       \
-    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->prev, MEMBER);                    \
-         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
-         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER))
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH_REVERSE_CONTINUE(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)              \
-    for (ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER);           \
-         &(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST);                                     \
-         ASSIGN_CONTAINER(ITER, (ITER)->MEMBER.prev, MEMBER))
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH_SAFE(ITER, NEXT, MEMBER, LIST)               \
-    for (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, (LIST)->next, MEMBER);               \
-         (&(ITER)->MEMBER != (LIST)                                \
-          ? INIT_CONTAINER(NEXT, (ITER)->MEMBER.next, MEMBER), 1   \
-          : 0);                                                    \
-         (ITER) = (NEXT))
-#define LIST_FOR_EACH_POP(ITER, MEMBER, LIST)                      \
-    while (!list_is_empty(LIST)                                    \
-           && (INIT_CONTAINER(ITER, list_pop_front(LIST), MEMBER), 1))
-
-/* Inline implementations. */
-
-/* Initializes 'list' as an empty list. */
-static inline void
-list_init(struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    list->next = list->prev = list;
-}
-
-/* Initializes 'list' with pointers that will (probably) cause segfaults if
- * dereferenced and, better yet, show up clearly in a debugger. */
-static inline void
-list_poison(struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    *list = OVS_LIST_POISON;
-}
-
-/* Inserts 'elem' just before 'before'. */
-static inline void
-list_insert(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *elem)
-{
-    elem->prev = before->prev;
-    elem->next = before;
-    before->prev->next = elem;
-    before->prev = elem;
-}
-
-/* Removes elements 'first' though 'last' (exclusive) from their current list,
-   then inserts them just before 'before'. */
-static inline void
-list_splice(struct ovs_list *before, struct ovs_list *first, struct ovs_list *last)
-{
-    if (first == last) {
-        return;
-    }
-    last = last->prev;
-
-    /* Cleanly remove 'first'...'last' from its current list. */
-    first->prev->next = last->next;
-    last->next->prev = first->prev;
-
-    /* Splice 'first'...'last' into new list. */
-    first->prev = before->prev;
-    last->next = before;
-    before->prev->next = first;
-    before->prev = last;
-}
-
-/* Inserts 'elem' at the beginning of 'list', so that it becomes the front in
-   'list'. */
-static inline void
-list_push_front(struct ovs_list *list, struct ovs_list *elem)
-{
-    list_insert(list->next, elem);
-}
-
-/* Inserts 'elem' at the end of 'list', so that it becomes the back in
- * 'list'. */
-static inline void
-list_push_back(struct ovs_list *list, struct ovs_list *elem)
-{
-    list_insert(list, elem);
-}
-
-/* Puts 'elem' in the position currently occupied by 'position'.
- * Afterward, 'position' is not part of a list. */
-static inline void
-list_replace(struct ovs_list *element, const struct ovs_list *position)
-{
-    element->next = position->next;
-    element->next->prev = element;
-    element->prev = position->prev;
-    element->prev->next = element;
-}
-
-/* Adjusts pointers around 'list' to compensate for 'list' having been moved
- * around in memory (e.g. as a consequence of realloc()), with original
- * location 'orig'.
- *
- * ('orig' likely points to freed memory, but this function does not
- * dereference 'orig', it only compares it to 'list'.  In a very pedantic
- * language lawyer sense, this still yields undefined behavior, but it works
- * with actual compilers.) */
-static inline void
-list_moved(struct ovs_list *list, const struct ovs_list *orig)
-{
-    if (list->next == orig) {
-        list_init(list);
-    } else {
-        list->prev->next = list->next->prev = list;
-    }
-}
-
-/* Initializes 'dst' with the contents of 'src', compensating for moving it
- * around in memory.  The effect is that, if 'src' was the head of a list, now
- * 'dst' is the head of a list containing the same elements. */
-static inline void
-list_move(struct ovs_list *dst, struct ovs_list *src)
-{
-    *dst = *src;
-    list_moved(dst, src);
-}
-
-/* Removes 'elem' from its list and returns the element that followed it.
-   Undefined behavior if 'elem' is not in a list. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *
-list_remove(struct ovs_list *elem)
-{
-    elem->prev->next = elem->next;
-    elem->next->prev = elem->prev;
-    return elem->next;
-}
-
-/* Removes the front element from 'list' and returns it.  Undefined behavior if
-   'list' is empty before removal. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *
-list_pop_front(struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    struct ovs_list *front = list->next;
-
-    list_remove(front);
-    return front;
-}
-
-/* Removes the back element from 'list' and returns it.
-   Undefined behavior if 'list' is empty before removal. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *
-list_pop_back(struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    struct ovs_list *back = list->prev;
-
-    list_remove(back);
-    return back;
-}
-
-/* Returns the front element in 'list_'.
-   Undefined behavior if 'list_' is empty. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *
-list_front(const struct ovs_list *list_)
-{
-    struct ovs_list *list = CONST_CAST(struct ovs_list *, list_);
-
-    ovs_assert(!list_is_empty(list));
-
-    return list->next;
-}
-
-/* Returns the back element in 'list_'.
-   Undefined behavior if 'list_' is empty. */
-static inline struct ovs_list *
-list_back(const struct ovs_list *list_)
-{
-    struct ovs_list *list = CONST_CAST(struct ovs_list *, list_);
-
-    ovs_assert(!list_is_empty(list));
-
-    return list->prev;
-}
-
-/* Returns the number of elements in 'list'.
-   Runs in O(n) in the number of elements. */
-static inline size_t
-list_size(const struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    const struct ovs_list *e;
-    size_t cnt = 0;
-
-    for (e = list->next; e != list; e = e->next) {
-        cnt++;
-    }
-    return cnt;
-}
-
-/* Returns true if 'list' is empty, false otherwise. */
-static inline bool
-list_is_empty(const struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    return list->next == list;
-}
-
-/* Returns true if 'list' has exactly 1 element, false otherwise. */
-static inline bool
-list_is_singleton(const struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    return list_is_short(list) && !list_is_empty(list);
-}
-
-/* Returns true if 'list' has 0 or 1 elements, false otherwise. */
-static inline bool
-list_is_short(const struct ovs_list *list)
-{
-    return list->next == list->prev;
-}
-
 #endif /* list.h */
diff --git a/lib/util.h b/lib/util.h
index afd8e37..cd71360 100644
--- a/lib/util.h
+++ b/lib/util.h
@@ -67,44 +67,6 @@ 
 #define BUILD_ASSERT_DECL_GCCONLY(EXPR) ((void) 0)
 #endif
 
-/* Like the standard assert macro, except writes the failure message to the
- * log. */
-#ifndef NDEBUG
-#define ovs_assert(CONDITION)                                           \
-    if (!OVS_LIKELY(CONDITION)) {                                       \
-        ovs_assert_failure(OVS_SOURCE_LOCATOR, __func__, #CONDITION);       \
-    }
-#else
-#define ovs_assert(CONDITION) ((void) (CONDITION))
-#endif
-OVS_NO_RETURN void ovs_assert_failure(const char *, const char *, const char *);
-
-/* This is a void expression that issues a compiler error if POINTER cannot be
- * compared for equality with the given pointer TYPE.  This generally means
- * that POINTER is a qualified or unqualified TYPE.  However,
- * BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, void *) will accept any pointer to object type,
- * because any pointer to object can be compared for equality with "void *".
- *
- * POINTER can be any expression.  The use of "sizeof" ensures that the
- * expression is not actually evaluated, so that any side effects of the
- * expression do not occur.
- *
- * The cast to int is present only to suppress an "expression using sizeof
- * bool" warning from "sparse" (see
- * http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.parsers.sparse/2967). */
-#define BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, TYPE) \
-    ((void) sizeof ((int) ((POINTER) == (TYPE) (POINTER))))
-
-/* Casts 'pointer' to 'type' and issues a compiler warning if the cast changes
- * anything other than an outermost "const" or "volatile" qualifier.
- *
- * The cast to int is present only to suppress an "expression using sizeof
- * bool" warning from "sparse" (see
- * http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.parsers.sparse/2967). */
-#define CONST_CAST(TYPE, POINTER)                               \
-    (BUILD_ASSERT_TYPE(POINTER, TYPE),                          \
-     (TYPE) (POINTER))
-
 extern char *program_name;
 
 #define __ARRAY_SIZE_NOCHECK(ARRAY) (sizeof(ARRAY) / sizeof((ARRAY)[0]))
@@ -191,68 +153,6 @@  ovs_prefetch_range(const void *start, size_t size)
 
 #define OVS_NOT_REACHED() abort()
 
-/* Given a pointer-typed lvalue OBJECT, expands to a pointer type that may be
- * assigned to OBJECT. */
-#ifdef __GNUC__
-#define OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT) typeof(OBJECT)
-#else
-#define OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT) void *
-#endif
-
-/* Given OBJECT of type pointer-to-structure, expands to the offset of MEMBER
- * within an instance of the structure.
- *
- * The GCC-specific version avoids the technicality of undefined behavior if
- * OBJECT is null, invalid, or not yet initialized.  This makes some static
- * checkers (like Coverity) happier.  But the non-GCC version does not actually
- * dereference any pointer, so it would be surprising for it to cause any
- * problems in practice.
- */
-#ifdef __GNUC__
-#define OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER) offsetof(typeof(*(OBJECT)), MEMBER)
-#else
-#define OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER) \
-    ((char *) &(OBJECT)->MEMBER - (char *) (OBJECT))
-#endif
-
-/* Yields the size of MEMBER within STRUCT. */
-#define MEMBER_SIZEOF(STRUCT, MEMBER) (sizeof(((STRUCT *) NULL)->MEMBER))
-
-/* Yields the offset of the end of MEMBER within STRUCT. */
-#define OFFSETOFEND(STRUCT, MEMBER) \
-        (offsetof(STRUCT, MEMBER) + MEMBER_SIZEOF(STRUCT, MEMBER))
-
-/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER in a STRUCT object, returns
-   the STRUCT object. */
-#define CONTAINER_OF(POINTER, STRUCT, MEMBER)                           \
-        ((STRUCT *) (void *) ((char *) (POINTER) - offsetof (STRUCT, MEMBER)))
-
-/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER within an object of the type
- * that that OBJECT points to, returns OBJECT as an assignment-compatible
- * pointer type (either the correct pointer type or "void *").  OBJECT must be
- * an lvalue.
- *
- * This is the same as CONTAINER_OF except that it infers the structure type
- * from the type of '*OBJECT'. */
-#define OBJECT_CONTAINING(POINTER, OBJECT, MEMBER)                      \
-    ((OVS_TYPEOF(OBJECT)) (void *)                                      \
-     ((char *) (POINTER) - OBJECT_OFFSETOF(OBJECT, MEMBER)))
-
-/* Given POINTER, the address of the given MEMBER within an object of the type
- * that that OBJECT points to, assigns the address of the outer object to
- * OBJECT, which must be an lvalue.
- *
- * Evaluates to (void) 0 as the result is not to be used. */
-#define ASSIGN_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER) \
-    ((OBJECT) = OBJECT_CONTAINING(POINTER, OBJECT, MEMBER), (void) 0)
-
-/* As explained in the comment above OBJECT_OFFSETOF(), non-GNUC compilers
- * like MSVC will complain about un-initialized variables if OBJECT
- * hasn't already been initialized. To prevent such warnings, INIT_CONTAINER()
- * can be used as a wrapper around ASSIGN_CONTAINER. */
-#define INIT_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER) \
-    ((OBJECT) = NULL, ASSIGN_CONTAINER(OBJECT, POINTER, MEMBER))
-
 /* Given ATTR, and TYPE, cast the ATTR to TYPE by first casting ATTR to
  * (void *). This is to suppress the alignment warning issued by clang. */
 #define ALIGNED_CAST(TYPE, ATTR) ((TYPE) (void *) (ATTR))