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/* YACC parser for C expressions, for GDB.
Copyright (C) 1986-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GDB.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
/* Parse a C expression from text in a string,
and return the result as a struct expression pointer.
That structure contains arithmetic operations in reverse polish,
with constants represented by operations that are followed by special data.
See expression.h for the details of the format.
What is important here is that it can be built up sequentially
during the process of parsing; the lower levels of the tree always
come first in the result.
Note that malloc's and realloc's in this file are transformed to
xmalloc and xrealloc respectively by the same sed command in the
makefile that remaps any other malloc/realloc inserted by the parser
generator. Doing this with #defines and trying to control the interaction
with include files (<malloc.h> and <stdlib.h> for example) just became
too messy, particularly when such includes can be inserted at random
times by the parser generator. */
%{
#include "defs.h"
#include <ctype.h>
#include "expression.h"
#include "value.h"
#include "parser-defs.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "c-lang.h"
#include "c-support.h"
#include "bfd.h" /* Required by objfiles.h. */
#include "symfile.h" /* Required by objfiles.h. */
#include "objfiles.h" /* For have_full_symbols and have_partial_symbols */
#include "charset.h"
#include "block.h"
#include "cp-support.h"
#include "macroscope.h"
#include "objc-lang.h"
#include "typeprint.h"
#include "cp-abi.h"
#include "type-stack.h"
#include "target-float.h"
#include "c-exp.h"
#define parse_type(ps) builtin_type (ps->gdbarch ())
/* Remap normal yacc parser interface names (yyparse, yylex, yyerror,
etc). */
#define GDB_YY_REMAP_PREFIX c_
#include "yy-remap.h"
/* The state of the parser, used internally when we are parsing the
expression. */
static struct parser_state *pstate = NULL;
/* Data that must be held for the duration of a parse. */
struct c_parse_state
{
/* These are used to hold type lists and type stacks that are
allocated during the parse. */
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<std::vector<struct type *>>> type_lists;
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<struct type_stack>> type_stacks;
/* Storage for some strings allocated during the parse. */
std::vector<gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char>> strings;
/* When we find that lexptr (the global var defined in parse.c) is
pointing at a macro invocation, we expand the invocation, and call
scan_macro_expansion to save the old lexptr here and point lexptr
into the expanded text. When we reach the end of that, we call
end_macro_expansion to pop back to the value we saved here. The
macro expansion code promises to return only fully-expanded text,
so we don't need to "push" more than one level.
This is disgusting, of course. It would be cleaner to do all macro
expansion beforehand, and then hand that to lexptr. But we don't
really know where the expression ends. Remember, in a command like
(gdb) break *ADDRESS if CONDITION
we evaluate ADDRESS in the scope of the current frame, but we
evaluate CONDITION in the scope of the breakpoint's location. So
it's simply wrong to try to macro-expand the whole thing at once. */
const char *macro_original_text = nullptr;
/* We save all intermediate macro expansions on this obstack for the
duration of a single parse. The expansion text may sometimes have
to live past the end of the expansion, due to yacc lookahead.
Rather than try to be clever about saving the data for a single
token, we simply keep it all and delete it after parsing has
completed. */
auto_obstack expansion_obstack;
/* The type stack. */
struct type_stack type_stack;
};
/* This is set and cleared in c_parse. */
static struct c_parse_state *cpstate;
int yyparse (void);
static int yylex (void);
static void yyerror (const char *);
static int type_aggregate_p (struct type *);
using namespace expr;
%}
/* Although the yacc "value" of an expression is not used,
since the result is stored in the structure being created,
other node types do have values. */
%union
{
LONGEST lval;
struct {
LONGEST val;
struct type *type;
} typed_val_int;
struct {
gdb_byte val[16];
struct type *type;
} typed_val_float;
struct type *tval;
struct stoken sval;
struct typed_stoken tsval;
struct ttype tsym;
struct symtoken ssym;
int voidval;
const struct block *bval;
enum exp_opcode opcode;
struct stoken_vector svec;
std::vector<struct type *> *tvec;
struct type_stack *type_stack;
struct objc_class_str theclass;
}
%{
/* YYSTYPE gets defined by %union */
static int parse_number (struct parser_state *par_state,
const char *, int, int, YYSTYPE *);
static struct stoken operator_stoken (const char *);
static struct stoken typename_stoken (const char *);
static void check_parameter_typelist (std::vector<struct type *> *);
#ifdef YYBISON
static void c_print_token (FILE *file, int type, YYSTYPE value);
#define YYPRINT(FILE, TYPE, VALUE) c_print_token (FILE, TYPE, VALUE)
#endif
%}
%type <voidval> exp exp1 type_exp start variable qualified_name lcurly function_method
%type <lval> rcurly
%type <tval> type typebase scalar_type
%type <tvec> nonempty_typelist func_mod parameter_typelist
/* %type <bval> block */
/* Fancy type parsing. */
%type <tval> ptype
%type <lval> array_mod
%type <tval> conversion_type_id
%type <type_stack> ptr_operator_ts abs_decl direct_abs_decl
%token <typed_val_int> INT COMPLEX_INT
%token <typed_val_float> FLOAT COMPLEX_FLOAT
/* Both NAME and TYPENAME tokens represent symbols in the input,
and both convey their data as strings.
But a TYPENAME is a string that happens to be defined as a typedef
or builtin type name (such as int or char)
and a NAME is any other symbol.
Contexts where this distinction is not important can use the
nonterminal "name", which matches either NAME or TYPENAME. */
%token <tsval> STRING
%token <sval> NSSTRING /* ObjC Foundation "NSString" literal */
%token SELECTOR /* ObjC "@selector" pseudo-operator */
%token <tsval> CHAR
%token <ssym> NAME /* BLOCKNAME defined below to give it higher precedence. */
%token <ssym> UNKNOWN_CPP_NAME
%token <voidval> COMPLETE
%token <tsym> TYPENAME
%token <theclass> CLASSNAME /* ObjC Class name */
%type <sval> name field_name
%type <svec> string_exp
%type <ssym> name_not_typename
%type <tsym> type_name
/* This is like a '[' token, but is only generated when parsing
Objective C. This lets us reuse the same parser without
erroneously parsing ObjC-specific expressions in C. */
%token OBJC_LBRAC
/* A NAME_OR_INT is a symbol which is not known in the symbol table,
but which would parse as a valid number in the current input radix.
E.g. "c" when input_radix==16. Depending on the parse, it will be
turned into a name or into a number. */
%token <ssym> NAME_OR_INT
%token OPERATOR
%token STRUCT CLASS UNION ENUM SIZEOF ALIGNOF UNSIGNED COLONCOLON
%token TEMPLATE
%token ERROR
%token NEW DELETE
%type <sval> oper
%token REINTERPRET_CAST DYNAMIC_CAST STATIC_CAST CONST_CAST
%token ENTRY
%token TYPEOF
%token DECLTYPE
%token TYPEID
/* Special type cases, put in to allow the parser to distinguish different
legal basetypes. */
%token SIGNED_KEYWORD LONG SHORT INT_KEYWORD CONST_KEYWORD VOLATILE_KEYWORD DOUBLE_KEYWORD
%token RESTRICT ATOMIC
%token FLOAT_KEYWORD COMPLEX
%token <sval> DOLLAR_VARIABLE
%token <opcode> ASSIGN_MODIFY
/* C++ */
%token TRUEKEYWORD
%token FALSEKEYWORD
%left ','
%left ABOVE_COMMA
%right '=' ASSIGN_MODIFY
%right '?'
%left OROR
%left ANDAND
%left '|'
%left '^'
%left '&'
%left EQUAL NOTEQUAL
%left '<' '>' LEQ GEQ
%left LSH RSH
%left '@'
%left '+' '-'
%left '*' '/' '%'
%right UNARY INCREMENT DECREMENT
%right ARROW ARROW_STAR '.' DOT_STAR '[' OBJC_LBRAC '('
%token <ssym> BLOCKNAME
%token <bval> FILENAME
%type <bval> block
%left COLONCOLON
%token DOTDOTDOT
%%
start : exp1
| type_exp
;
type_exp: type
{
pstate->push_new<type_operation> ($1);
}
| TYPEOF '(' exp ')'
{
pstate->wrap<typeof_operation> ();
}
| TYPEOF '(' type ')'
{
pstate->push_new<type_operation> ($3);
}
| DECLTYPE '(' exp ')'
{
pstate->wrap<decltype_operation> ();
}
;
/* Expressions, including the comma operator. */
exp1 : exp
| exp1 ',' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<comma_operation> (); }
;
/* Expressions, not including the comma operator. */
exp : '*' exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unop_ind_operation> (); }
;
exp : '&' exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unop_addr_operation> (); }
;
exp : '-' exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unary_neg_operation> (); }
;
exp : '+' exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unary_plus_operation> (); }
;
exp : '!' exp %prec UNARY
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap<opencl_not_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap<unary_logical_not_operation> ();
}
;
exp : '~' exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unary_complement_operation> (); }
;
exp : INCREMENT exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<preinc_operation> (); }
;
exp : DECREMENT exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<predec_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp INCREMENT %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<postinc_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp DECREMENT %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<postdec_operation> (); }
;
exp : TYPEID '(' exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<typeid_operation> (); }
;
exp : TYPEID '(' type_exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<typeid_operation> (); }
;
exp : SIZEOF exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unop_sizeof_operation> (); }
;
exp : ALIGNOF '(' type_exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap<unop_alignof_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp ARROW field_name
{
pstate->push_new<structop_ptr_operation>
(pstate->pop (), copy_name ($3));
}
;
exp : exp ARROW field_name COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_ptr_operation (pstate->pop (),
copy_name ($3));
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp ARROW COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_ptr_operation (pstate->pop (), "");
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp ARROW '~' name
{
pstate->push_new<structop_ptr_operation>
(pstate->pop (), "~" + copy_name ($4));
}
;
exp : exp ARROW '~' name COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_ptr_operation (pstate->pop (),
"~" + copy_name ($4));
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp ARROW qualified_name
{ /* exp->type::name becomes exp->*(&type::name) */
/* Note: this doesn't work if name is a
static member! FIXME */
pstate->wrap<unop_addr_operation> ();
pstate->wrap2<structop_mptr_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp ARROW_STAR exp
{ pstate->wrap2<structop_mptr_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '.' field_name
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->push_new<opencl_structop_operation>
(pstate->pop (), copy_name ($3));
else
pstate->push_new<structop_operation>
(pstate->pop (), copy_name ($3));
}
;
exp : exp '.' field_name COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_operation (pstate->pop (),
copy_name ($3));
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp '.' COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_operation (pstate->pop (), "");
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp '.' '~' name
{
pstate->push_new<structop_operation>
(pstate->pop (), "~" + copy_name ($4));
}
;
exp : exp '.' '~' name COMPLETE
{
structop_base_operation *op
= new structop_operation (pstate->pop (),
"~" + copy_name ($4));
pstate->mark_struct_expression (op);
pstate->push (operation_up (op));
}
;
exp : exp '.' qualified_name
{ /* exp.type::name becomes exp.*(&type::name) */
/* Note: this doesn't work if name is a
static member! FIXME */
pstate->wrap<unop_addr_operation> ();
pstate->wrap2<structop_member_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp DOT_STAR exp
{ pstate->wrap2<structop_member_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '[' exp1 ']'
{ pstate->wrap2<subscript_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp OBJC_LBRAC exp1 ']'
{ pstate->wrap2<subscript_operation> (); }
;
/*
* The rules below parse ObjC message calls of the form:
* '[' target selector {':' argument}* ']'
*/
exp : OBJC_LBRAC TYPENAME
{
CORE_ADDR theclass;
std::string copy = copy_name ($2.stoken);
theclass = lookup_objc_class (pstate->gdbarch (),
copy.c_str ());
if (theclass == 0)
error (_("%s is not an ObjC Class"),
copy.c_str ());
pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(parse_type (pstate)->builtin_int,
(LONGEST) theclass);
start_msglist();
}
msglist ']'
{ end_msglist (pstate); }
;
exp : OBJC_LBRAC CLASSNAME
{
pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(parse_type (pstate)->builtin_int,
(LONGEST) $2.theclass);
start_msglist();
}
msglist ']'
{ end_msglist (pstate); }
;
exp : OBJC_LBRAC exp
{ start_msglist(); }
msglist ']'
{ end_msglist (pstate); }
;
msglist : name
{ add_msglist(&$1, 0); }
| msgarglist
;
msgarglist : msgarg
| msgarglist msgarg
;
msgarg : name ':' exp
{ add_msglist(&$1, 1); }
| ':' exp /* Unnamed arg. */
{ add_msglist(0, 1); }
| ',' exp /* Variable number of args. */
{ add_msglist(0, 0); }
;
exp : exp '('
/* This is to save the value of arglist_len
being accumulated by an outer function call. */
{ pstate->start_arglist (); }
arglist ')' %prec ARROW
{
std::vector<operation_up> args
= pstate->pop_vector (pstate->end_arglist ());
pstate->push_new<funcall_operation>
(pstate->pop (), std::move (args));
}
;
/* This is here to disambiguate with the production for
"func()::static_var" further below, which uses
function_method_void. */
exp : exp '(' ')' %prec ARROW
{
pstate->push_new<funcall_operation>
(pstate->pop (), std::vector<operation_up> ());
}
;
exp : UNKNOWN_CPP_NAME '('
{
/* This could potentially be a an argument defined
lookup function (Koenig). */
/* This is to save the value of arglist_len
being accumulated by an outer function call. */
pstate->start_arglist ();
}
arglist ')' %prec ARROW
{
std::vector<operation_up> args
= pstate->pop_vector (pstate->end_arglist ());
pstate->push_new<adl_func_operation>
(copy_name ($1.stoken),
pstate->expression_context_block,
std::move (args));
}
;
lcurly : '{'
{ pstate->start_arglist (); }
;
arglist :
;
arglist : exp
{ pstate->arglist_len = 1; }
;
arglist : arglist ',' exp %prec ABOVE_COMMA
{ pstate->arglist_len++; }
;
function_method: exp '(' parameter_typelist ')' const_or_volatile
{
std::vector<struct type *> *type_list = $3;
/* Save the const/volatile qualifiers as
recorded by the const_or_volatile
production's actions. */
type_instance_flags flags
= (cpstate->type_stack
.follow_type_instance_flags ());
pstate->push_new<type_instance_operation>
(flags, std::move (*type_list),
pstate->pop ());
}
;
function_method_void: exp '(' ')' const_or_volatile
{
type_instance_flags flags
= (cpstate->type_stack
.follow_type_instance_flags ());
pstate->push_new<type_instance_operation>
(flags, std::vector<type *> (), pstate->pop ());
}
;
exp : function_method
;
/* Normally we must interpret "func()" as a function call, instead of
a type. The user needs to write func(void) to disambiguate.
However, in the "func()::static_var" case, there's no
ambiguity. */
function_method_void_or_typelist: function_method
| function_method_void
;
exp : function_method_void_or_typelist COLONCOLON name
{
pstate->push_new<func_static_var_operation>
(pstate->pop (), copy_name ($3));
}
;
rcurly : '}'
{ $$ = pstate->end_arglist () - 1; }
;
exp : lcurly arglist rcurly %prec ARROW
{
std::vector<operation_up> args
= pstate->pop_vector ($3 + 1);
pstate->push_new<array_operation> (0, $3,
std::move (args));
}
;
exp : lcurly type_exp rcurly exp %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap2<unop_memval_type_operation> (); }
;
exp : '(' type_exp ')' exp %prec UNARY
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_cast_type_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<unop_cast_type_operation> ();
}
;
exp : '(' exp1 ')'
{ }
;
/* Binary operators in order of decreasing precedence. */
exp : exp '@' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<repeat_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '*' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<mul_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '/' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<div_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '%' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<rem_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '+' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<add_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '-' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<sub_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp LSH exp
{ pstate->wrap2<lsh_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp RSH exp
{ pstate->wrap2<rsh_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp EQUAL exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_equal_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<equal_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp NOTEQUAL exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_notequal_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<notequal_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp LEQ exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_leq_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<leq_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp GEQ exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_geq_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<geq_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp '<' exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_less_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<less_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp '>' exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_gtr_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<gtr_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp '&' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<bitwise_and_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '^' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<bitwise_xor_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp '|' exp
{ pstate->wrap2<bitwise_ior_operation> (); }
;
exp : exp ANDAND exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
{
operation_up rhs = pstate->pop ();
operation_up lhs = pstate->pop ();
pstate->push_new<opencl_logical_binop_operation>
(BINOP_LOGICAL_AND, std::move (lhs),
std::move (rhs));
}
else
pstate->wrap2<logical_and_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp OROR exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
{
operation_up rhs = pstate->pop ();
operation_up lhs = pstate->pop ();
pstate->push_new<opencl_logical_binop_operation>
(BINOP_LOGICAL_OR, std::move (lhs),
std::move (rhs));
}
else
pstate->wrap2<logical_or_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp '?' exp ':' exp %prec '?'
{
operation_up last = pstate->pop ();
operation_up mid = pstate->pop ();
operation_up first = pstate->pop ();
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->push_new<opencl_ternop_cond_operation>
(std::move (first), std::move (mid),
std::move (last));
else
pstate->push_new<ternop_cond_operation>
(std::move (first), std::move (mid),
std::move (last));
}
;
exp : exp '=' exp
{
if (pstate->language ()->la_language
== language_opencl)
pstate->wrap2<opencl_assign_operation> ();
else
pstate->wrap2<assign_operation> ();
}
;
exp : exp ASSIGN_MODIFY exp
{
operation_up rhs = pstate->pop ();
operation_up lhs = pstate->pop ();
pstate->push_new<assign_modify_operation>
($2, std::move (lhs), std::move (rhs));
}
;
exp : INT
{
pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
($1.type, $1.val);
}
;
exp : COMPLEX_INT
{
operation_up real
= (make_operation<long_const_operation>
(TYPE_TARGET_TYPE ($1.type), 0));
operation_up imag
= (make_operation<long_const_operation>
(TYPE_TARGET_TYPE ($1.type), $1.val));
pstate->push_new<complex_operation>
(std::move (real), std::move (imag), $1.type);
}
;
exp : CHAR
{
struct stoken_vector vec;
vec.len = 1;
vec.tokens = &$1;
pstate->push_c_string ($1.type, &vec);
}
;
exp : NAME_OR_INT
{ YYSTYPE val;
parse_number (pstate, $1.stoken.ptr,
$1.stoken.length, 0, &val);
pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(val.typed_val_int.type,
val.typed_val_int.val);
}
;
exp : FLOAT
{
float_data data;
std::copy (std::begin ($1.val), std::end ($1.val),
std::begin (data));
pstate->push_new<float_const_operation> ($1.type, data);
}
;
exp : COMPLEX_FLOAT
{
struct type *underlying
= TYPE_TARGET_TYPE ($1.type);
float_data val;
target_float_from_host_double (val.data (),
underlying, 0);
operation_up real
= (make_operation<float_const_operation>
(underlying, val));
std::copy (std::begin ($1.val), std::end ($1.val),
std::begin (val));
operation_up imag
= (make_operation<float_const_operation>
(underlying, val));
pstate->push_new<complex_operation>
(std::move (real), std::move (imag),
$1.type);
}
;
exp : variable
;
exp : DOLLAR_VARIABLE
{
pstate->push_dollar ($1);
}
;
exp : SELECTOR '(' name ')'
{
pstate->push_new<objc_selector_operation>
(copy_name ($3));
}
;
exp : SIZEOF '(' type ')' %prec UNARY
{ struct type *type = $3;
struct type *int_type
= lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"int");
type = check_typedef (type);
/* $5.3.3/2 of the C++ Standard (n3290 draft)
says of sizeof: "When applied to a reference
or a reference type, the result is the size of
the referenced type." */
if (TYPE_IS_REFERENCE (type))
type = check_typedef (TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (type));
pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(int_type, TYPE_LENGTH (type));
}
;
exp : REINTERPRET_CAST '<' type_exp '>' '(' exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap2<reinterpret_cast_operation> (); }
;
exp : STATIC_CAST '<' type_exp '>' '(' exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap2<unop_cast_type_operation> (); }
;
exp : DYNAMIC_CAST '<' type_exp '>' '(' exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ pstate->wrap2<dynamic_cast_operation> (); }
;
exp : CONST_CAST '<' type_exp '>' '(' exp ')' %prec UNARY
{ /* We could do more error checking here, but
it doesn't seem worthwhile. */
pstate->wrap2<unop_cast_type_operation> (); }
;
string_exp:
STRING
{
/* We copy the string here, and not in the
lexer, to guarantee that we do not leak a
string. Note that we follow the
NUL-termination convention of the
lexer. */
struct typed_stoken *vec = XNEW (struct typed_stoken);
$$.len = 1;
$$.tokens = vec;
vec->type = $1.type;
vec->length = $1.length;
vec->ptr = (char *) malloc ($1.length + 1);
memcpy (vec->ptr, $1.ptr, $1.length + 1);
}
| string_exp STRING
{
/* Note that we NUL-terminate here, but just
for convenience. */
char *p;
++$$.len;
$$.tokens = XRESIZEVEC (struct typed_stoken,
$$.tokens, $$.len);
p = (char *) malloc ($2.length + 1);
memcpy (p, $2.ptr, $2.length + 1);
$$.tokens[$$.len - 1].type = $2.type;
$$.tokens[$$.len - 1].length = $2.length;
$$.tokens[$$.len - 1].ptr = p;
}
;
exp : string_exp
{
int i;
c_string_type type = C_STRING;
for (i = 0; i < $1.len; ++i)
{
switch ($1.tokens[i].type)
{
case C_STRING:
break;
case C_WIDE_STRING:
case C_STRING_16:
case C_STRING_32:
if (type != C_STRING
&& type != $1.tokens[i].type)
error (_("Undefined string concatenation."));
type = (enum c_string_type_values) $1.tokens[i].type;
break;
default:
/* internal error */
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
"unrecognized type in string concatenation");
}
}
pstate->push_c_string (type, &$1);
for (i = 0; i < $1.len; ++i)
free ($1.tokens[i].ptr);
free ($1.tokens);
}
;
exp : NSSTRING /* ObjC NextStep NSString constant
* of the form '@' '"' string '"'.
*/
{
pstate->push_new<objc_nsstring_operation>
(copy_name ($1));
}
;
/* C++. */
exp : TRUEKEYWORD
{ pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(parse_type (pstate)->builtin_bool, 1);
}
;
exp : FALSEKEYWORD
{ pstate->push_new<long_const_operation>
(parse_type (pstate)->builtin_bool, 0);
}
;
/* end of C++. */
block : BLOCKNAME
{
if ($1.sym.symbol)
$$ = SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE ($1.sym.symbol);
else
error (_("No file or function \"%s\"."),
copy_name ($1.stoken).c_str ());
}
| FILENAME
{
$$ = $1;
}
;
block : block COLONCOLON name
{
std::string copy = copy_name ($3);
struct symbol *tem
= lookup_symbol (copy.c_str (), $1,
VAR_DOMAIN, NULL).symbol;
if (!tem || SYMBOL_CLASS (tem) != LOC_BLOCK)
error (_("No function \"%s\" in specified context."),
copy.c_str ());
$$ = SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (tem); }
;
variable: name_not_typename ENTRY
{ struct symbol *sym = $1.sym.symbol;
if (sym == NULL || !SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym)
|| !symbol_read_needs_frame (sym))
error (_("@entry can be used only for function "
"parameters, not for \"%s\""),
copy_name ($1.stoken).c_str ());
pstate->push_new<var_entry_value_operation> (sym);
}
;
variable: block COLONCOLON name
{
std::string copy = copy_name ($3);
struct block_symbol sym
= lookup_symbol (copy.c_str (), $1,
VAR_DOMAIN, NULL);
if (sym.symbol == 0)
error (_("No symbol \"%s\" in specified context."),
copy.c_str ());
if (symbol_read_needs_frame (sym.symbol))
pstate->block_tracker->update (sym);
pstate->push_new<var_value_operation> (sym);
}
;
qualified_name: TYPENAME COLONCOLON name
{
struct type *type = $1.type;
type = check_typedef (type);
if (!type_aggregate_p (type))
error (_("`%s' is not defined as an aggregate type."),
TYPE_SAFE_NAME (type));
pstate->push_new<scope_operation> (type,
copy_name ($3));
}
| TYPENAME COLONCOLON '~' name
{
struct type *type = $1.type;
type = check_typedef (type);
if (!type_aggregate_p (type))
error (_("`%s' is not defined as an aggregate type."),
TYPE_SAFE_NAME (type));
std::string name = "~" + std::string ($4.ptr,
$4.length);
/* Check for valid destructor name. */
destructor_name_p (name.c_str (), $1.type);
pstate->push_new<scope_operation> (type,
std::move (name));
}
| TYPENAME COLONCOLON name COLONCOLON name
{
std::string copy = copy_name ($3);
error (_("No type \"%s\" within class "
"or namespace \"%s\"."),
copy.c_str (), TYPE_SAFE_NAME ($1.type));
}
;
variable: qualified_name
| COLONCOLON name_not_typename
{
std::string name = copy_name ($2.stoken);
struct block_symbol sym
= lookup_symbol (name.c_str (),
(const struct block *) NULL,
VAR_DOMAIN, NULL);
pstate->push_symbol (name.c_str (), sym);
}
;
variable: name_not_typename
{ struct block_symbol sym = $1.sym;
if (sym.symbol)
{
if (symbol_read_needs_frame (sym.symbol))
pstate->block_tracker->update (sym);
/* If we found a function, see if it's
an ifunc resolver that has the same
address as the ifunc symbol itself.
If so, prefer the ifunc symbol. */
bound_minimal_symbol resolver
= find_gnu_ifunc (sym.symbol);
if (resolver.minsym != NULL)
pstate->push_new<var_msym_value_operation>
(resolver);
else
pstate->push_new<var_value_operation> (sym);
}
else if ($1.is_a_field_of_this)
{
/* C++: it hangs off of `this'. Must
not inadvertently convert from a method call
to data ref. */
pstate->block_tracker->update (sym);
operation_up thisop
= make_operation<op_this_operation> ();
pstate->push_new<structop_ptr_operation>
(std::move (thisop), copy_name ($1.stoken));
}
else
{
std::string arg = copy_name ($1.stoken);
bound_minimal_symbol msymbol
= lookup_bound_minimal_symbol (arg.c_str ());
if (msymbol.minsym == NULL)
{
if (!have_full_symbols () && !have_partial_symbols ())
error (_("No symbol table is loaded. Use the \"file\" command."));
else
error (_("No symbol \"%s\" in current context."),
arg.c_str ());
}
/* This minsym might be an alias for
another function. See if we can find
the debug symbol for the target, and
if so, use it instead, since it has
return type / prototype info. This
is important for example for "p
*__errno_location()". */
symbol *alias_target
= ((msymbol.minsym->type != mst_text_gnu_ifunc
&& msymbol.minsym->type != mst_data_gnu_ifunc)
? find_function_alias_target (msymbol)
: NULL);
if (alias_target != NULL)
{
block_symbol bsym { alias_target,
SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (alias_target) };
pstate->push_new<var_value_operation> (bsym);
}
else
pstate->push_new<var_msym_value_operation>
(msymbol);
}
}
;
const_or_volatile: const_or_volatile_noopt
|
;
single_qualifier:
CONST_KEYWORD
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_const); }
| VOLATILE_KEYWORD
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_volatile); }
| ATOMIC
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_atomic); }
| RESTRICT
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_restrict); }
| '@' NAME
{
cpstate->type_stack.insert (pstate,
copy_name ($2.stoken).c_str ());
}
| '@' UNKNOWN_CPP_NAME
{
cpstate->type_stack.insert (pstate,
copy_name ($2.stoken).c_str ());
}
;
qualifier_seq_noopt:
single_qualifier
| qualifier_seq_noopt single_qualifier
;
qualifier_seq:
qualifier_seq_noopt
|
;
ptr_operator:
ptr_operator '*'
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_pointer); }
qualifier_seq
| '*'
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_pointer); }
qualifier_seq
| '&'
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_reference); }
| '&' ptr_operator
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_reference); }
| ANDAND
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_rvalue_reference); }
| ANDAND ptr_operator
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_rvalue_reference); }
;
ptr_operator_ts: ptr_operator
{
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.create ();
cpstate->type_stacks.emplace_back ($$);
}
;
abs_decl: ptr_operator_ts direct_abs_decl
{ $$ = $2->append ($1); }
| ptr_operator_ts
| direct_abs_decl
;
direct_abs_decl: '(' abs_decl ')'
{ $$ = $2; }
| direct_abs_decl array_mod
{
cpstate->type_stack.push ($1);
cpstate->type_stack.push ($2);
cpstate->type_stack.push (tp_array);
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.create ();
cpstate->type_stacks.emplace_back ($$);
}
| array_mod
{
cpstate->type_stack.push ($1);
cpstate->type_stack.push (tp_array);
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.create ();
cpstate->type_stacks.emplace_back ($$);
}
| direct_abs_decl func_mod
{
cpstate->type_stack.push ($1);
cpstate->type_stack.push ($2);
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.create ();
cpstate->type_stacks.emplace_back ($$);
}
| func_mod
{
cpstate->type_stack.push ($1);
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.create ();
cpstate->type_stacks.emplace_back ($$);
}
;
array_mod: '[' ']'
{ $$ = -1; }
| OBJC_LBRAC ']'
{ $$ = -1; }
| '[' INT ']'
{ $$ = $2.val; }
| OBJC_LBRAC INT ']'
{ $$ = $2.val; }
;
func_mod: '(' ')'
{
$$ = new std::vector<struct type *>;
cpstate->type_lists.emplace_back ($$);
}
| '(' parameter_typelist ')'
{ $$ = $2; }
;
/* We used to try to recognize pointer to member types here, but
that didn't work (shift/reduce conflicts meant that these rules never
got executed). The problem is that
int (foo::bar::baz::bizzle)
is a function type but
int (foo::bar::baz::bizzle::*)
is a pointer to member type. Stroustrup loses again! */
type : ptype
;
/* A helper production that recognizes scalar types that can validly
be used with _Complex. */
scalar_type:
INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"int"); }
| LONG
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| SHORT
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| LONG SIGNED_KEYWORD INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| LONG SIGNED_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| UNSIGNED LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| LONG UNSIGNED INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| LONG UNSIGNED
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long"); }
| LONG LONG
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| LONG LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| LONG LONG SIGNED_KEYWORD INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| LONG LONG SIGNED_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD LONG LONG
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD LONG LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| UNSIGNED LONG LONG
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| UNSIGNED LONG LONG INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| LONG LONG UNSIGNED
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| LONG LONG UNSIGNED INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"long long"); }
| SHORT INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| SHORT SIGNED_KEYWORD INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| SHORT SIGNED_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| UNSIGNED SHORT INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| SHORT UNSIGNED
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| SHORT UNSIGNED INT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"short"); }
| DOUBLE_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_typename (pstate->language (),
"double",
NULL,
0); }
| FLOAT_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_typename (pstate->language (),
"float",
NULL,
0); }
| LONG DOUBLE_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_typename (pstate->language (),
"long double",
NULL,
0); }
| UNSIGNED type_name
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
$2.type->name ()); }
| UNSIGNED
{ $$ = lookup_unsigned_typename (pstate->language (),
"int"); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD type_name
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
$2.type->name ()); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD
{ $$ = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"int"); }
;
/* Implements (approximately): (type-qualifier)* type-specifier.
When type-specifier is only ever a single word, like 'float' then these
arrive as pre-built TYPENAME tokens thanks to the classify_name
function. However, when a type-specifier can contain multiple words,
for example 'double' can appear as just 'double' or 'long double', and
similarly 'long' can appear as just 'long' or in 'long double', then
these type-specifiers are parsed into their own tokens in the function
lex_one_token and the ident_tokens array. These separate tokens are all
recognised here. */
typebase
: TYPENAME
{ $$ = $1.type; }
| scalar_type
{ $$ = $1; }
| COMPLEX scalar_type
{
$$ = init_complex_type (nullptr, $2);
}
| STRUCT name
{ $$
= lookup_struct (copy_name ($2).c_str (),
pstate->expression_context_block);
}
| STRUCT COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_STRUCT,
"", 0);
$$ = NULL;
}
| STRUCT name COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_STRUCT,
$2.ptr, $2.length);
$$ = NULL;
}
| CLASS name
{ $$ = lookup_struct
(copy_name ($2).c_str (),
pstate->expression_context_block);
}
| CLASS COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_STRUCT,
"", 0);
$$ = NULL;
}
| CLASS name COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_STRUCT,
$2.ptr, $2.length);
$$ = NULL;
}
| UNION name
{ $$
= lookup_union (copy_name ($2).c_str (),
pstate->expression_context_block);
}
| UNION COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_UNION,
"", 0);
$$ = NULL;
}
| UNION name COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_UNION,
$2.ptr, $2.length);
$$ = NULL;
}
| ENUM name
{ $$ = lookup_enum (copy_name ($2).c_str (),
pstate->expression_context_block);
}
| ENUM COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_ENUM, "", 0);
$$ = NULL;
}
| ENUM name COMPLETE
{
pstate->mark_completion_tag (TYPE_CODE_ENUM, $2.ptr,
$2.length);
$$ = NULL;
}
/* It appears that this rule for templates is never
reduced; template recognition happens by lookahead
in the token processing code in yylex. */
| TEMPLATE name '<' type '>'
{ $$ = lookup_template_type
(copy_name($2).c_str (), $4,
pstate->expression_context_block);
}
| qualifier_seq_noopt typebase
{ $$ = cpstate->type_stack.follow_types ($2); }
| typebase qualifier_seq_noopt
{ $$ = cpstate->type_stack.follow_types ($1); }
;
type_name: TYPENAME
| INT_KEYWORD
{
$$.stoken.ptr = "int";
$$.stoken.length = 3;
$$.type = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"int");
}
| LONG
{
$$.stoken.ptr = "long";
$$.stoken.length = 4;
$$.type = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"long");
}
| SHORT
{
$$.stoken.ptr = "short";
$$.stoken.length = 5;
$$.type = lookup_signed_typename (pstate->language (),
"short");
}
;
parameter_typelist:
nonempty_typelist
{ check_parameter_typelist ($1); }
| nonempty_typelist ',' DOTDOTDOT
{
$1->push_back (NULL);
check_parameter_typelist ($1);
$$ = $1;
}
;
nonempty_typelist
: type
{
std::vector<struct type *> *typelist
= new std::vector<struct type *>;
cpstate->type_lists.emplace_back (typelist);
typelist->push_back ($1);
$$ = typelist;
}
| nonempty_typelist ',' type
{
$1->push_back ($3);
$$ = $1;
}
;
ptype : typebase
| ptype abs_decl
{
cpstate->type_stack.push ($2);
$$ = cpstate->type_stack.follow_types ($1);
}
;
conversion_type_id: typebase conversion_declarator
{ $$ = cpstate->type_stack.follow_types ($1); }
;
conversion_declarator: /* Nothing. */
| ptr_operator conversion_declarator
;
const_and_volatile: CONST_KEYWORD VOLATILE_KEYWORD
| VOLATILE_KEYWORD CONST_KEYWORD
;
const_or_volatile_noopt: const_and_volatile
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_const);
cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_volatile);
}
| CONST_KEYWORD
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_const); }
| VOLATILE_KEYWORD
{ cpstate->type_stack.insert (tp_volatile); }
;
oper: OPERATOR NEW
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" new"); }
| OPERATOR DELETE
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" delete"); }
| OPERATOR NEW '[' ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" new[]"); }
| OPERATOR DELETE '[' ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" delete[]"); }
| OPERATOR NEW OBJC_LBRAC ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" new[]"); }
| OPERATOR DELETE OBJC_LBRAC ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken (" delete[]"); }
| OPERATOR '+'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("+"); }
| OPERATOR '-'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("-"); }
| OPERATOR '*'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("*"); }
| OPERATOR '/'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("/"); }
| OPERATOR '%'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("%"); }
| OPERATOR '^'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("^"); }
| OPERATOR '&'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("&"); }
| OPERATOR '|'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("|"); }
| OPERATOR '~'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("~"); }
| OPERATOR '!'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("!"); }
| OPERATOR '='
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("="); }
| OPERATOR '<'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("<"); }
| OPERATOR '>'
{ $$ = operator_stoken (">"); }
| OPERATOR ASSIGN_MODIFY
{ const char *op = " unknown";
switch ($2)
{
case BINOP_RSH:
op = ">>=";
break;
case BINOP_LSH:
op = "<<=";
break;
case BINOP_ADD:
op = "+=";
break;
case BINOP_SUB:
op = "-=";
break;
case BINOP_MUL:
op = "*=";
break;
case BINOP_DIV:
op = "/=";
break;
case BINOP_REM:
op = "%=";
break;
case BINOP_BITWISE_IOR:
op = "|=";
break;
case BINOP_BITWISE_AND:
op = "&=";
break;
case BINOP_BITWISE_XOR:
op = "^=";
break;
default:
break;
}
$$ = operator_stoken (op);
}
| OPERATOR LSH
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("<<"); }
| OPERATOR RSH
{ $$ = operator_stoken (">>"); }
| OPERATOR EQUAL
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("=="); }
| OPERATOR NOTEQUAL
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("!="); }
| OPERATOR LEQ
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("<="); }
| OPERATOR GEQ
{ $$ = operator_stoken (">="); }
| OPERATOR ANDAND
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("&&"); }
| OPERATOR OROR
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("||"); }
| OPERATOR INCREMENT
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("++"); }
| OPERATOR DECREMENT
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("--"); }
| OPERATOR ','
{ $$ = operator_stoken (","); }
| OPERATOR ARROW_STAR
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("->*"); }
| OPERATOR ARROW
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("->"); }
| OPERATOR '(' ')'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("()"); }
| OPERATOR '[' ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("[]"); }
| OPERATOR OBJC_LBRAC ']'
{ $$ = operator_stoken ("[]"); }
| OPERATOR conversion_type_id
{ string_file buf;
c_print_type ($2, NULL, &buf, -1, 0,
&type_print_raw_options);
std::string name = std::move (buf.string ());
/* This also needs canonicalization. */
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> canon
= cp_canonicalize_string (name.c_str ());
if (canon != nullptr)
name = canon.get ();
$$ = operator_stoken ((" " + name).c_str ());
}
;
/* This rule exists in order to allow some tokens that would not normally
match the 'name' rule to appear as fields within a struct. The example
that initially motivated this was the RISC-V target which models the
floating point registers as a union with fields called 'float' and
'double'. */
field_name
: name
| DOUBLE_KEYWORD { $$ = typename_stoken ("double"); }
| FLOAT_KEYWORD { $$ = typename_stoken ("float"); }
| INT_KEYWORD { $$ = typename_stoken ("int"); }
| LONG { $$ = typename_stoken ("long"); }
| SHORT { $$ = typename_stoken ("short"); }
| SIGNED_KEYWORD { $$ = typename_stoken ("signed"); }
| UNSIGNED { $$ = typename_stoken ("unsigned"); }
;
name : NAME { $$ = $1.stoken; }
| BLOCKNAME { $$ = $1.stoken; }
| TYPENAME { $$ = $1.stoken; }
| NAME_OR_INT { $$ = $1.stoken; }
| UNKNOWN_CPP_NAME { $$ = $1.stoken; }
| oper { $$ = $1; }
;
name_not_typename : NAME
| BLOCKNAME
/* These would be useful if name_not_typename was useful, but it is just
a fake for "variable", so these cause reduce/reduce conflicts because
the parser can't tell whether NAME_OR_INT is a name_not_typename (=variable,
=exp) or just an exp. If name_not_typename was ever used in an lvalue
context where only a name could occur, this might be useful.
| NAME_OR_INT
*/
| oper
{
struct field_of_this_result is_a_field_of_this;
$$.stoken = $1;
$$.sym
= lookup_symbol ($1.ptr,
pstate->expression_context_block,
VAR_DOMAIN,
&is_a_field_of_this);
$$.is_a_field_of_this
= is_a_field_of_this.type != NULL;
}
| UNKNOWN_CPP_NAME
;
%%
/* Returns a stoken of the operator name given by OP (which does not
include the string "operator"). */
static struct stoken
operator_stoken (const char *op)
{
struct stoken st = { NULL, 0 };
char *buf;
st.length = CP_OPERATOR_LEN + strlen (op);
buf = (char *) malloc (st.length + 1);
strcpy (buf, CP_OPERATOR_STR);
strcat (buf, op);
st.ptr = buf;
/* The toplevel (c_parse) will free the memory allocated here. */
cpstate->strings.emplace_back (buf);
return st;
};
/* Returns a stoken of the type named TYPE. */
static struct stoken
typename_stoken (const char *type)
{
struct stoken st = { type, 0 };
st.length = strlen (type);
return st;
};
/* Return true if the type is aggregate-like. */
static int
type_aggregate_p (struct type *type)
{
return (type->code () == TYPE_CODE_STRUCT
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_UNION
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_NAMESPACE
|| (type->code () == TYPE_CODE_ENUM
&& type->is_declared_class ()));
}
/* Validate a parameter typelist. */
static void
check_parameter_typelist (std::vector<struct type *> *params)
{
struct type *type;
int ix;
for (ix = 0; ix < params->size (); ++ix)
{
type = (*params)[ix];
if (type != NULL && check_typedef (type)->code () == TYPE_CODE_VOID)
{
if (ix == 0)
{
if (params->size () == 1)
{
/* Ok. */
break;
}
error (_("parameter types following 'void'"));
}
else
error (_("'void' invalid as parameter type"));
}
}
}
/* Take care of parsing a number (anything that starts with a digit).
Set yylval and return the token type; update lexptr.
LEN is the number of characters in it. */
/*** Needs some error checking for the float case ***/
static int
parse_number (struct parser_state *par_state,
const char *buf, int len, int parsed_float, YYSTYPE *putithere)
{
ULONGEST n = 0;
ULONGEST prevn = 0;
ULONGEST un;
int i = 0;
int c;
int base = input_radix;
int unsigned_p = 0;
/* Number of "L" suffixes encountered. */
int long_p = 0;
/* Imaginary number. */
bool imaginary_p = false;
/* We have found a "L" or "U" (or "i") suffix. */
int found_suffix = 0;
ULONGEST high_bit;
struct type *signed_type;
struct type *unsigned_type;
char *p;
p = (char *) alloca (len);
memcpy (p, buf, len);
if (parsed_float)
{
if (len >= 1 && p[len - 1] == 'i')
{
imaginary_p = true;
--len;
}
/* Handle suffixes for decimal floating-point: "df", "dd" or "dl". */
if (len >= 2 && p[len - 2] == 'd' && p[len - 1] == 'f')
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_decfloat;
len -= 2;
}
else if (len >= 2 && p[len - 2] == 'd' && p[len - 1] == 'd')
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_decdouble;
len -= 2;
}
else if (len >= 2 && p[len - 2] == 'd' && p[len - 1] == 'l')
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_declong;
len -= 2;
}
/* Handle suffixes: 'f' for float, 'l' for long double. */
else if (len >= 1 && TOLOWER (p[len - 1]) == 'f')
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_float;
len -= 1;
}
else if (len >= 1 && TOLOWER (p[len - 1]) == 'l')
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_long_double;
len -= 1;
}
/* Default type for floating-point literals is double. */
else
{
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= parse_type (par_state)->builtin_double;
}
if (!parse_float (p, len,
putithere->typed_val_float.type,
putithere->typed_val_float.val))
return ERROR;
if (imaginary_p)
putithere->typed_val_float.type
= init_complex_type (nullptr, putithere->typed_val_float.type);
return imaginary_p ? COMPLEX_FLOAT : FLOAT;
}
/* Handle base-switching prefixes 0x, 0t, 0d, 0 */
if (p[0] == '0' && len > 1)
switch (p[1])
{
case 'x':
case 'X':
if (len >= 3)
{
p += 2;
base = 16;
len -= 2;
}
break;
case 'b':
case 'B':
if (len >= 3)
{
p += 2;
base = 2;
len -= 2;
}
break;
case 't':
case 'T':
case 'd':
case 'D':
if (len >= 3)
{
p += 2;
base = 10;
len -= 2;
}
break;
default:
base = 8;
break;
}
while (len-- > 0)
{
c = *p++;
if (c >= 'A' && c <= 'Z')
c += 'a' - 'A';
if (c != 'l' && c != 'u' && c != 'i')
n *= base;
if (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
{
if (found_suffix)
return ERROR;
n += i = c - '0';
}
else
{
if (base > 10 && c >= 'a' && c <= 'f')
{
if (found_suffix)
return ERROR;
n += i = c - 'a' + 10;
}
else if (c == 'l')
{
++long_p;
found_suffix = 1;
}
else if (c == 'u')
{
unsigned_p = 1;
found_suffix = 1;
}
else if (c == 'i')
{
imaginary_p = true;
found_suffix = 1;
}
else
return ERROR; /* Char not a digit */
}
if (i >= base)
return ERROR; /* Invalid digit in this base */
/* Portably test for overflow (only works for nonzero values, so make
a second check for zero). FIXME: Can't we just make n and prevn
unsigned and avoid this? */
if (c != 'l' && c != 'u' && c != 'i' && (prevn >= n) && n != 0)
unsigned_p = 1; /* Try something unsigned */
/* Portably test for unsigned overflow.
FIXME: This check is wrong; for example it doesn't find overflow
on 0x123456789 when LONGEST is 32 bits. */
if (c != 'l' && c != 'u' && c != 'i' && n != 0)
{
if (unsigned_p && prevn >= n)
error (_("Numeric constant too large."));
}
prevn = n;
}
/* An integer constant is an int, a long, or a long long. An L
suffix forces it to be long; an LL suffix forces it to be long
long. If not forced to a larger size, it gets the first type of
the above that it fits in. To figure out whether it fits, we
shift it right and see whether anything remains. Note that we
can't shift sizeof (LONGEST) * HOST_CHAR_BIT bits or more in one
operation, because many compilers will warn about such a shift
(which always produces a zero result). Sometimes gdbarch_int_bit
or gdbarch_long_bit will be that big, sometimes not. To deal with
the case where it is we just always shift the value more than
once, with fewer bits each time. */
un = n >> 2;
if (long_p == 0
&& (un >> (gdbarch_int_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()) - 2)) == 0)
{
high_bit
= ((ULONGEST)1) << (gdbarch_int_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()) - 1);
/* A large decimal (not hex or octal) constant (between INT_MAX
and UINT_MAX) is a long or unsigned long, according to ANSI,
never an unsigned int, but this code treats it as unsigned
int. This probably should be fixed. GCC gives a warning on
such constants. */
unsigned_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_unsigned_int;
signed_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_int;
}
else if (long_p <= 1
&& (un >> (gdbarch_long_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()) - 2)) == 0)
{
high_bit
= ((ULONGEST)1) << (gdbarch_long_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()) - 1);
unsigned_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_unsigned_long;
signed_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_long;
}
else
{
int shift;
if (sizeof (ULONGEST) * HOST_CHAR_BIT
< gdbarch_long_long_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()))
/* A long long does not fit in a LONGEST. */
shift = (sizeof (ULONGEST) * HOST_CHAR_BIT - 1);
else
shift = (gdbarch_long_long_bit (par_state->gdbarch ()) - 1);
high_bit = (ULONGEST) 1 << shift;
unsigned_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_unsigned_long_long;
signed_type = parse_type (par_state)->builtin_long_long;
}
putithere->typed_val_int.val = n;
/* If the high bit of the worked out type is set then this number
has to be unsigned. */
if (unsigned_p || (n & high_bit))
{
putithere->typed_val_int.type = unsigned_type;
}
else
{
putithere->typed_val_int.type = signed_type;
}
if (imaginary_p)
putithere->typed_val_int.type
= init_complex_type (nullptr, putithere->typed_val_int.type);
return imaginary_p ? COMPLEX_INT : INT;
}
/* Temporary obstack used for holding strings. */
static struct obstack tempbuf;
static int tempbuf_init;
/* Parse a C escape sequence. The initial backslash of the sequence
is at (*PTR)[-1]. *PTR will be updated to point to just after the
last character of the sequence. If OUTPUT is not NULL, the
translated form of the escape sequence will be written there. If
OUTPUT is NULL, no output is written and the call will only affect
*PTR. If an escape sequence is expressed in target bytes, then the
entire sequence will simply be copied to OUTPUT. Return 1 if any
character was emitted, 0 otherwise. */
int
c_parse_escape (const char **ptr, struct obstack *output)
{
const char *tokptr = *ptr;
int result = 1;
/* Some escape sequences undergo character set conversion. Those we
translate here. */
switch (*tokptr)
{
/* Hex escapes do not undergo character set conversion, so keep
the escape sequence for later. */
case 'x':
if (output)
obstack_grow_str (output, "\\x");
++tokptr;
if (!ISXDIGIT (*tokptr))
error (_("\\x escape without a following hex digit"));
while (ISXDIGIT (*tokptr))
{
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, *tokptr);
++tokptr;
}
break;
/* Octal escapes do not undergo character set conversion, so
keep the escape sequence for later. */
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
{
int i;
if (output)
obstack_grow_str (output, "\\");
for (i = 0;
i < 3 && ISDIGIT (*tokptr) && *tokptr != '8' && *tokptr != '9';
++i)
{
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, *tokptr);
++tokptr;
}
}
break;
/* We handle UCNs later. We could handle them here, but that
would mean a spurious error in the case where the UCN could
be converted to the target charset but not the host
charset. */
case 'u':
case 'U':
{
char c = *tokptr;
int i, len = c == 'U' ? 8 : 4;
if (output)
{
obstack_1grow (output, '\\');
obstack_1grow (output, *tokptr);
}
++tokptr;
if (!ISXDIGIT (*tokptr))
error (_("\\%c escape without a following hex digit"), c);
for (i = 0; i < len && ISXDIGIT (*tokptr); ++i)
{
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, *tokptr);
++tokptr;
}
}
break;
/* We must pass backslash through so that it does not
cause quoting during the second expansion. */
case '\\':
if (output)
obstack_grow_str (output, "\\\\");
++tokptr;
break;
/* Escapes which undergo conversion. */
case 'a':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\a');
++tokptr;
break;
case 'b':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\b');
++tokptr;
break;
case 'f':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\f');
++tokptr;
break;
case 'n':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\n');
++tokptr;
break;
case 'r':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\r');
++tokptr;
break;
case 't':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\t');
++tokptr;
break;
case 'v':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, '\v');
++tokptr;
break;
/* GCC extension. */
case 'e':
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, HOST_ESCAPE_CHAR);
++tokptr;
break;
/* Backslash-newline expands to nothing at all. */
case '\n':
++tokptr;
result = 0;
break;
/* A few escapes just expand to the character itself. */
case '\'':
case '\"':
case '?':
/* GCC extensions. */
case '(':
case '{':
case '[':
case '%':
/* Unrecognized escapes turn into the character itself. */
default:
if (output)
obstack_1grow (output, *tokptr);
++tokptr;
break;
}
*ptr = tokptr;
return result;
}
/* Parse a string or character literal from TOKPTR. The string or
character may be wide or unicode. *OUTPTR is set to just after the
end of the literal in the input string. The resulting token is
stored in VALUE. This returns a token value, either STRING or
CHAR, depending on what was parsed. *HOST_CHARS is set to the
number of host characters in the literal. */
static int
parse_string_or_char (const char *tokptr, const char **outptr,
struct typed_stoken *value, int *host_chars)
{
int quote;
c_string_type type;
int is_objc = 0;
/* Build the gdb internal form of the input string in tempbuf. Note
that the buffer is null byte terminated *only* for the
convenience of debugging gdb itself and printing the buffer
contents when the buffer contains no embedded nulls. Gdb does
not depend upon the buffer being null byte terminated, it uses
the length string instead. This allows gdb to handle C strings
(as well as strings in other languages) with embedded null
bytes */
if (!tempbuf_init)
tempbuf_init = 1;
else
obstack_free (&tempbuf, NULL);
obstack_init (&tempbuf);
/* Record the string type. */
if (*tokptr == 'L')
{
type = C_WIDE_STRING;
++tokptr;
}
else if (*tokptr == 'u')
{
type = C_STRING_16;
++tokptr;
}
else if (*tokptr == 'U')
{
type = C_STRING_32;
++tokptr;
}
else if (*tokptr == '@')
{
/* An Objective C string. */
is_objc = 1;
type = C_STRING;
++tokptr;
}
else
type = C_STRING;
/* Skip the quote. */
quote = *tokptr;
if (quote == '\'')
type |= C_CHAR;
++tokptr;
*host_chars = 0;
while (*tokptr)
{
char c = *tokptr;
if (c == '\\')
{
++tokptr;
*host_chars += c_parse_escape (&tokptr, &tempbuf);
}
else if (c == quote)
break;
else
{
obstack_1grow (&tempbuf, c);
++tokptr;
/* FIXME: this does the wrong thing with multi-byte host
characters. We could use mbrlen here, but that would
make "set host-charset" a bit less useful. */
++*host_chars;
}
}
if (*tokptr != quote)
{
if (quote == '"')
error (_("Unterminated string in expression."));
else
error (_("Unmatched single quote."));
}
++tokptr;
value->type = type;
value->ptr = (char *) obstack_base (&tempbuf);
value->length = obstack_object_size (&tempbuf);
*outptr = tokptr;
return quote == '"' ? (is_objc ? NSSTRING : STRING) : CHAR;
}
/* This is used to associate some attributes with a token. */
enum token_flag
{
/* If this bit is set, the token is C++-only. */
FLAG_CXX = 1,
/* If this bit is set, the token is C-only. */
FLAG_C = 2,
/* If this bit is set, the token is conditional: if there is a
symbol of the same name, then the token is a symbol; otherwise,
the token is a keyword. */
FLAG_SHADOW = 4
};
DEF_ENUM_FLAGS_TYPE (enum token_flag, token_flags);
struct token
{
const char *oper;
int token;
enum exp_opcode opcode;
token_flags flags;
};
static const struct token tokentab3[] =
{
{">>=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_RSH, 0},
{"<<=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_LSH, 0},
{"->*", ARROW_STAR, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"...", DOTDOTDOT, OP_NULL, 0}
};
static const struct token tokentab2[] =
{
{"+=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_ADD, 0},
{"-=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_SUB, 0},
{"*=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_MUL, 0},
{"/=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_DIV, 0},
{"%=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_REM, 0},
{"|=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_IOR, 0},
{"&=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_AND, 0},
{"^=", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_XOR, 0},
{"++", INCREMENT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"--", DECREMENT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"->", ARROW, OP_NULL, 0},
{"&&", ANDAND, OP_NULL, 0},
{"||", OROR, OP_NULL, 0},
/* "::" is *not* only C++: gdb overrides its meaning in several
different ways, e.g., 'filename'::func, function::variable. */
{"::", COLONCOLON, OP_NULL, 0},
{"<<", LSH, OP_NULL, 0},
{">>", RSH, OP_NULL, 0},
{"==", EQUAL, OP_NULL, 0},
{"!=", NOTEQUAL, OP_NULL, 0},
{"<=", LEQ, OP_NULL, 0},
{">=", GEQ, OP_NULL, 0},
{".*", DOT_STAR, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX}
};
/* Identifier-like tokens. Only type-specifiers than can appear in
multi-word type names (for example 'double' can appear in 'long
double') need to be listed here. type-specifiers that are only ever
single word (like 'char') are handled by the classify_name function. */
static const struct token ident_tokens[] =
{
{"unsigned", UNSIGNED, OP_NULL, 0},
{"template", TEMPLATE, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"volatile", VOLATILE_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"struct", STRUCT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"signed", SIGNED_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"sizeof", SIZEOF, OP_NULL, 0},
{"_Alignof", ALIGNOF, OP_NULL, 0},
{"alignof", ALIGNOF, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"double", DOUBLE_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"float", FLOAT_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"false", FALSEKEYWORD, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"class", CLASS, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"union", UNION, OP_NULL, 0},
{"short", SHORT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"const", CONST_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"restrict", RESTRICT, OP_NULL, FLAG_C | FLAG_SHADOW},
{"__restrict__", RESTRICT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"__restrict", RESTRICT, OP_NULL, 0},
{"_Atomic", ATOMIC, OP_NULL, 0},
{"enum", ENUM, OP_NULL, 0},
{"long", LONG, OP_NULL, 0},
{"_Complex", COMPLEX, OP_NULL, 0},
{"__complex__", COMPLEX, OP_NULL, 0},
{"true", TRUEKEYWORD, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"int", INT_KEYWORD, OP_NULL, 0},
{"new", NEW, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"delete", DELETE, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"operator", OPERATOR, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"and", ANDAND, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"and_eq", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_AND, FLAG_CXX},
{"bitand", '&', OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"bitor", '|', OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"compl", '~', OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"not", '!', OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"not_eq", NOTEQUAL, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"or", OROR, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"or_eq", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_IOR, FLAG_CXX},
{"xor", '^', OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX},
{"xor_eq", ASSIGN_MODIFY, BINOP_BITWISE_XOR, FLAG_CXX},
{"const_cast", CONST_CAST, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX },
{"dynamic_cast", DYNAMIC_CAST, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX },
{"static_cast", STATIC_CAST, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX },
{"reinterpret_cast", REINTERPRET_CAST, OP_NULL, FLAG_CXX },
{"__typeof__", TYPEOF, OP_TYPEOF, 0 },
{"__typeof", TYPEOF, OP_TYPEOF, 0 },
{"typeof", TYPEOF, OP_TYPEOF, FLAG_SHADOW },
{"__decltype", DECLTYPE, OP_DECLTYPE, FLAG_CXX },
{"decltype", DECLTYPE, OP_DECLTYPE, FLAG_CXX | FLAG_SHADOW },
{"typeid", TYPEID, OP_TYPEID, FLAG_CXX}
};
static void
scan_macro_expansion (const char *expansion)
{
/* We'd better not be trying to push the stack twice. */
gdb_assert (! cpstate->macro_original_text);
/* Copy to the obstack. */
const char *copy = obstack_strdup (&cpstate->expansion_obstack, expansion);
/* Save the old lexptr value, so we can return to it when we're done
parsing the expanded text. */
cpstate->macro_original_text = pstate->lexptr;
pstate->lexptr = copy;
}
static int
scanning_macro_expansion (void)
{
return cpstate->macro_original_text != 0;
}
static void
finished_macro_expansion (void)
{
/* There'd better be something to pop back to. */
gdb_assert (cpstate->macro_original_text);
/* Pop back to the original text. */
pstate->lexptr = cpstate->macro_original_text;
cpstate->macro_original_text = 0;
}
/* Return true iff the token represents a C++ cast operator. */
static int
is_cast_operator (const char *token, int len)
{
return (! strncmp (token, "dynamic_cast", len)
|| ! strncmp (token, "static_cast", len)
|| ! strncmp (token, "reinterpret_cast", len)
|| ! strncmp (token, "const_cast", len));
}
/* The scope used for macro expansion. */
static struct macro_scope *expression_macro_scope;
/* This is set if a NAME token appeared at the very end of the input
string, with no whitespace separating the name from the EOF. This
is used only when parsing to do field name completion. */
static int saw_name_at_eof;
/* This is set if the previously-returned token was a structure
operator -- either '.' or ARROW. */
static bool last_was_structop;
/* Depth of parentheses. */
static int paren_depth;
/* Read one token, getting characters through lexptr. */
static int
lex_one_token (struct parser_state *par_state, bool *is_quoted_name)
{
int c;
int namelen;
unsigned int i;
const char *tokstart;
bool saw_structop = last_was_structop;
last_was_structop = false;
*is_quoted_name = false;
retry:
/* Check if this is a macro invocation that we need to expand. */
if (! scanning_macro_expansion ())
{
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> expanded
= macro_expand_next (&pstate->lexptr, *expression_macro_scope);
if (expanded != nullptr)
scan_macro_expansion (expanded.get ());
}
pstate->prev_lexptr = pstate->lexptr;
tokstart = pstate->lexptr;
/* See if it is a special token of length 3. */
for (i = 0; i < sizeof tokentab3 / sizeof tokentab3[0]; i++)
if (strncmp (tokstart, tokentab3[i].oper, 3) == 0)
{
if ((tokentab3[i].flags & FLAG_CXX) != 0
&& par_state->language ()->la_language != language_cplus)
break;
gdb_assert ((tokentab3[i].flags & FLAG_C) == 0);
pstate->lexptr += 3;
yylval.opcode = tokentab3[i].opcode;
return tokentab3[i].token;
}
/* See if it is a special token of length 2. */
for (i = 0; i < sizeof tokentab2 / sizeof tokentab2[0]; i++)
if (strncmp (tokstart, tokentab2[i].oper, 2) == 0)
{
if ((tokentab2[i].flags & FLAG_CXX) != 0
&& par_state->language ()->la_language != language_cplus)
break;
gdb_assert ((tokentab2[i].flags & FLAG_C) == 0);
pstate->lexptr += 2;
yylval.opcode = tokentab2[i].opcode;
if (tokentab2[i].token == ARROW)
last_was_structop = 1;
return tokentab2[i].token;
}
switch (c = *tokstart)
{
case 0:
/* If we were just scanning the result of a macro expansion,
then we need to resume scanning the original text.
If we're parsing for field name completion, and the previous
token allows such completion, return a COMPLETE token.
Otherwise, we were already scanning the original text, and
we're really done. */
if (scanning_macro_expansion ())
{
finished_macro_expansion ();
goto retry;
}
else if (saw_name_at_eof)
{
saw_name_at_eof = 0;
return COMPLETE;
}
else if (par_state->parse_completion && saw_structop)
return COMPLETE;
else
return 0;
case ' ':
case '\t':
case '\n':
pstate->lexptr++;
goto retry;
case '[':
case '(':
paren_depth++;
pstate->lexptr++;
if (par_state->language ()->la_language == language_objc
&& c == '[')
return OBJC_LBRAC;
return c;
case ']':
case ')':
if (paren_depth == 0)
return 0;
paren_depth--;
pstate->lexptr++;
return c;
case ',':
if (pstate->comma_terminates
&& paren_depth == 0
&& ! scanning_macro_expansion ())
return 0;
pstate->lexptr++;
return c;
case '.':
/* Might be a floating point number. */
if (pstate->lexptr[1] < '0' || pstate->lexptr[1] > '9')
{
last_was_structop = true;
goto symbol; /* Nope, must be a symbol. */
}
/* FALL THRU. */
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
case '8':
case '9':
{
/* It's a number. */
int got_dot = 0, got_e = 0, got_p = 0, toktype;
const char *p = tokstart;
int hex = input_radix > 10;
if (c == '0' && (p[1] == 'x' || p[1] == 'X'))
{
p += 2;
hex = 1;
}
else if (c == '0' && (p[1]=='t' || p[1]=='T' || p[1]=='d' || p[1]=='D'))
{
p += 2;
hex = 0;
}
for (;; ++p)
{
/* This test includes !hex because 'e' is a valid hex digit
and thus does not indicate a floating point number when
the radix is hex. */
if (!hex && !got_e && !got_p && (*p == 'e' || *p == 'E'))
got_dot = got_e = 1;
else if (!got_e && !got_p && (*p == 'p' || *p == 'P'))
got_dot = got_p = 1;
/* This test does not include !hex, because a '.' always indicates
a decimal floating point number regardless of the radix. */
else if (!got_dot && *p == '.')
got_dot = 1;
else if (((got_e && (p[-1] == 'e' || p[-1] == 'E'))
|| (got_p && (p[-1] == 'p' || p[-1] == 'P')))
&& (*p == '-' || *p == '+'))
/* This is the sign of the exponent, not the end of the
number. */
continue;
/* We will take any letters or digits. parse_number will
complain if past the radix, or if L or U are not final. */
else if ((*p < '0' || *p > '9')
&& ((*p < 'a' || *p > 'z')
&& (*p < 'A' || *p > 'Z')))
break;
}
toktype = parse_number (par_state, tokstart, p - tokstart,
got_dot | got_e | got_p, &yylval);
if (toktype == ERROR)
{
char *err_copy = (char *) alloca (p - tokstart + 1);
memcpy (err_copy, tokstart, p - tokstart);
err_copy[p - tokstart] = 0;
error (_("Invalid number \"%s\"."), err_copy);
}
pstate->lexptr = p;
return toktype;
}
case '@':
{
const char *p = &tokstart[1];
if (par_state->language ()->la_language == language_objc)
{
size_t len = strlen ("selector");
if