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/* Internals of libgccjit: classes for recording calls made to the JIT API.
Copyright (C) 2013-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com>.
This file is part of GCC.
GCC 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, or (at your option)
any later version.
GCC 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 GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "coretypes.h"
#include "tm.h"
#include "pretty-print.h"
#include "toplev.h"
#include <pthread.h>
#include "jit-builtins.h"
#include "jit-recording.h"
#include "jit-playback.h"
namespace gcc {
namespace jit {
// class dump
dump::dump (recording::context &ctxt,
const char *filename,
bool update_locations)
: m_ctxt (ctxt),
m_filename (filename),
m_update_locations (update_locations),
m_line (0),
m_column (0)
{
m_file = fopen (filename, "w");
if (!m_file)
ctxt.add_error (NULL,
"error opening dump file %s for writing: %s",
filename,
xstrerror (errno));
}
dump::~dump ()
{
if (m_file)
{
int err = fclose (m_file);
if (err)
m_ctxt.add_error (NULL,
"error closing dump file %s: %s",
m_filename,
xstrerror (errno));
}
}
/* Write the given message to the dump, using printf-formatting
conventions, updating the line/column within the dump.
Emit an error on the context if a failure occurs. */
void
dump::write (const char *fmt, ...)
{
int len;
va_list ap;
char *buf;
/* If there was an error opening the file, we've already reported it.
Don't attempt further work. */
if (!m_file)
return;
va_start (ap, fmt);
len = vasprintf (&buf, fmt, ap);
va_end (ap);
if (buf == NULL || len < 0)
{
m_ctxt.add_error (NULL, "malloc failure writing to dumpfile %s",
m_filename);
return;
}
if (fwrite (buf, strlen (buf), 1, m_file) != 1)
m_ctxt.add_error (NULL, "error writing to dump file %s",
m_filename);
/* Flush after each line, to ease debugging crashes. */
fflush (m_file);
/* Update line/column: */
for (const char *ptr = buf; *ptr; ptr++)
{
if ('\n' == *ptr)
{
m_line++;
m_column = 0;
}
else
m_column++;
}
free (buf);
}
/* Construct a gcc::jit::recording::location instance for the current
location within the dump. */
recording::location *
dump::make_location () const
{
return m_ctxt.new_location (m_filename, m_line, m_column,
/* We need to flag such locations as *not*
created by the user, so that
reproducer::get_identifier can cope with
them appearing *after* the memento that
refers to them. */
false);
}
/* A collection of allocations, all of which can be released together, to
avoid needing to track and release them individually. */
class allocator
{
public:
~allocator ();
char *
xstrdup_printf (const char *, ...)
ATTRIBUTE_RETURNS_NONNULL
GNU_PRINTF(2, 3);
char *
xstrdup_printf_va (const char *, va_list ap)
ATTRIBUTE_RETURNS_NONNULL
GNU_PRINTF(2, 0);
private:
auto_vec <void *> m_buffers;
};
/* allocator's destructor. Call "free" on all of the allocations. */
allocator::~allocator ()
{
unsigned i;
void *buffer;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_buffers, i, buffer)
free (buffer);
}
/* Formatted printing, allocating to a buffer (or exiting the process if
the allocation fails).
The buffer exists until the allocator is cleaned up, and is freed at
that point, so the caller doesn't need to track the result. */
char *
allocator::xstrdup_printf (const char *fmt, ...)
{
char *result;
va_list ap;
va_start (ap, fmt);
result = xstrdup_printf_va (fmt, ap);
va_end (ap);
return result;
}
/* Formatted printing, allocating to a buffer (or exiting the process if
the allocation fails).
The buffer exists until the allocator is cleaned up, and is freed at
that point, so the caller doesn't need to track the result. */
char *
allocator::xstrdup_printf_va (const char *fmt, va_list ap)
{
char *result = xvasprintf (fmt, ap);
m_buffers.safe_push (result);
return result;
}
/* gcc::jit::reproducer is a subclass of gcc::jit::dump, used for
implementing gcc_jit_context_dump_reproducer_to_file. */
class reproducer : public dump
{
public:
reproducer (recording::context &ctxt,
const char *filename);
void
write_params (const vec <recording::context *> &contexts);
void
write_args (const vec <recording::context *> &contexts);
const char *
make_identifier (recording::memento *m, const char *prefix);
const char *
make_tmp_identifier (const char *prefix, recording::memento *m);
const char *
get_identifier (recording::context *ctxt);
const char *
get_identifier (recording::memento *m);
const char *
get_identifier_as_rvalue (recording::rvalue *m);
const char *
get_identifier_as_lvalue (recording::lvalue *m);
const char *
get_identifier_as_type (recording::type *m);
char *
xstrdup_printf (const char *, ...)
ATTRIBUTE_RETURNS_NONNULL
GNU_PRINTF(2, 3);
private:
const char * ensure_identifier_is_unique (const char *candidate, void *ptr);
private:
hash_map<recording::memento *, const char *> m_map_memento_to_identifier;
struct hash_traits : public string_hash
{
static void remove (const char *) {}
};
hash_set<const char *, false, hash_traits> m_set_identifiers;
allocator m_allocator;
};
/* gcc::jit::reproducer's constructor. */
reproducer::reproducer (recording::context &ctxt,
const char *filename) :
dump (ctxt, filename, 0),
m_map_memento_to_identifier (),
m_set_identifiers (),
m_allocator ()
{
}
/* Write out a list of contexts as a set of parameters within a
C function declaration. */
void
reproducer::write_params (const vec <recording::context *> &contexts)
{
unsigned i;
recording::context *ctxt;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (contexts, i, ctxt)
{
write ("gcc_jit_context *%s",
get_identifier (ctxt));
if (i < contexts.length () - 1)
write (",\n"
" ");
}
}
/* Write out a list of contexts as a set of arguments within a call
to a C function. */
void
reproducer::write_args (const vec <recording::context *> &contexts)
{
unsigned i;
recording::context *ctxt;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (contexts, i, ctxt)
{
write ("%s",
get_identifier (ctxt));
if (i < contexts.length () - 1)
write (",\n"
" ");
}
}
/* Ensure that STR is a valid C identifier by overwriting
any invalid chars in-place with underscores.
This doesn't special-case the first character. */
static void
convert_to_identifier (char *str)
{
for (char *p = str; *p; p++)
if (!ISALNUM (*p))
*p = '_';
}
/* Given CANDIDATE, a possible C identifier for use in a reproducer,
ensure that it is unique within the generated source file by
appending PTR to it if necessary. Return the resulting string.
The reproducer will eventually clean up the buffer in its dtor. */
const char *
reproducer::ensure_identifier_is_unique (const char *candidate, void *ptr)
{
if (m_set_identifiers.contains (candidate))
candidate = m_allocator.xstrdup_printf ("%s_%p", candidate, ptr);
gcc_assert (!m_set_identifiers.contains (candidate));
m_set_identifiers.add (candidate);
return candidate;
}
/* Generate a C identifier for the given memento, associating the generated
buffer with the memento (for future calls to get_identifier et al).
The reproducer will eventually clean up the buffer in its dtor. */
const char *
reproducer::make_identifier (recording::memento *m, const char *prefix)
{
const char *result;
if (strlen (m->get_debug_string ()) < 100)
{
char *buf = m_allocator.xstrdup_printf ("%s_%s",
prefix,
m->get_debug_string ());
convert_to_identifier (buf);
result = buf;
}
else
result = m_allocator.xstrdup_printf ("%s_%p",
prefix, (void *) m);
result = ensure_identifier_is_unique (result, m);
m_map_memento_to_identifier.put (m, result);
return result;
}
/* Generate a C identifier for a temporary variable.
The reproducer will eventually clean up the buffer in its dtor. */
const char *
reproducer::make_tmp_identifier (const char *prefix, recording::memento *m)
{
return m_allocator.xstrdup_printf ("%s_%s",
prefix, get_identifier (m));
}
/* Generate a C identifier for the given context.
The reproducer will eventually clean up the buffer in its dtor. */
const char *
reproducer::get_identifier (recording::context *ctxt)
{
return m_allocator.xstrdup_printf ("ctxt_%p",
(void *)ctxt);
}
/* Locate the C identifier for the given memento, which is assumed to
have already been created via make_identifier. */
const char *
reproducer::get_identifier (recording::memento *m)
{
if (!m)
return "NULL";
/* gcc_jit_context_dump_to_file (, , 1) generates and writes locations,
and hence these locations appear in the context's memento list
out-of-order: they appear in the context's memento list *after*
the memento that refers to them. For this case, it's simplest to
pretend that they're NULL when writing out the code to recreate the
memento that uses them. */
if (recording::location *loc = m->dyn_cast_location ())
if (!loc->created_by_user ())
return "NULL";
const char **slot = m_map_memento_to_identifier.get (m);
if (!slot)
{
get_context ().add_error (NULL,
"unable to find identifier for %p: %s",
(void *)m,
m->get_debug_string ());
gcc_unreachable ();
}
return *slot;
}
/* Locate the C identifier for the given rvalue, wrapping it within
a gcc_*_as_rvalue upcast if necessary. */
const char *
reproducer::get_identifier_as_rvalue (recording::rvalue *m)
{
return m->access_as_rvalue (*this);
}
/* Locate the C identifier for the given lvalue, wrapping it within
a gcc_*_as_lvalue upcast if necessary. */
const char *
reproducer::get_identifier_as_lvalue (recording::lvalue *m)
{
return m->access_as_lvalue (*this);
}
/* Locate the C identifier for the given type, wrapping it within
a gcc_*_as_type upcast if necessary. */
const char *
reproducer::get_identifier_as_type (recording::type *m)
{
return m->access_as_type (*this);
}
/* Formatted printing, allocating to a buffer (or exiting the process if
the allocation fails).
The buffer exists until the allocator is cleaned up, and is freed at
that point, so the caller doesn't need to track the result.
Note that we can't use ggc_printf since we're not within the compiler
proper (when within gcc_jit_context_dump_reproducer_to_file). */
char *
reproducer::xstrdup_printf (const char *fmt, ...)
{
char *result;
va_list ap;
va_start (ap, fmt);
result = m_allocator.xstrdup_printf_va (fmt, ap);
va_end (ap);
return result;
}
/* A helper class for implementing make_debug_string, for building
a temporary string from a vec of rvalues. */
class comma_separated_string
{
public:
comma_separated_string (const auto_vec<recording::rvalue *> &rvalues,
enum recording::precedence prec);
~comma_separated_string ();
const char *as_char_ptr () const { return m_buf; }
private:
char *m_buf;
};
/* comma_separated_string's ctor
Build m_buf. */
comma_separated_string::comma_separated_string
(const auto_vec<recording::rvalue *> &rvalues,
enum recording::precedence prec)
: m_buf (NULL)
{
/* Calculate length of said buffer. */
size_t sz = 1; /* nil terminator */
for (unsigned i = 0; i< rvalues.length (); i++)
{
sz += strlen (rvalues[i]->get_debug_string_parens (prec));
sz += 2; /* ", " separator */
}
/* Now allocate and populate the buffer. */
m_buf = new char[sz];
size_t len = 0;
for (unsigned i = 0; i< rvalues.length (); i++)
{
strcpy (m_buf + len, rvalues[i]->get_debug_string_parens (prec));
len += strlen (rvalues[i]->get_debug_string_parens (prec));
if (i + 1 < rvalues.length ())
{
strcpy (m_buf + len, ", ");
len += 2;
}
}
m_buf[len] = '\0';
}
/* comma_separated_string's dtor. */
comma_separated_string::~comma_separated_string ()
{
delete[] m_buf;
}
/**********************************************************************
Recording.
**********************************************************************/
/* Get the playback::location for the given recording::location,
handling a NULL input with a NULL output. */
playback::location *
recording::playback_location (replayer *r, recording::location *loc)
{
if (loc)
return loc->playback_location (r);
else
return NULL;
}
/* Get a const char * for the given recording::string
handling a NULL input with a NULL output. */
const char *
recording::playback_string (recording::string *str)
{
if (str)
return str->c_str ();
else
return NULL;
}
/* Get the playback::block for the given recording::block,
handling a NULL input with a NULL output. */
playback::block *
recording::playback_block (recording::block *b)
{
if (b)
return b->playback_block ();
else
return NULL;
}
/* Methods of cc::jit::recording::context. */
/* The constructor for gcc::jit::recording::context, used by
gcc_jit_context_acquire and gcc_jit_context_new_child_context. */
recording::context::context (context *parent_ctxt)
: log_user (NULL),
m_parent_ctxt (parent_ctxt),
m_toplevel_ctxt (m_parent_ctxt ? m_parent_ctxt->m_toplevel_ctxt : this),
m_timer (NULL),
m_error_count (0),
m_first_error_str (NULL),
m_owns_first_error_str (false),
m_last_error_str (NULL),
m_owns_last_error_str (false),
m_mementos (),
m_compound_types (),
m_globals (),
m_functions (),
m_FILE_type (NULL),
m_builtins_manager(NULL)
{
if (parent_ctxt)
{
/* Inherit options from parent. */
for (unsigned i = 0;
i < sizeof (m_str_options) / sizeof (m_str_options[0]);
i++)
{
const char *parent_opt = parent_ctxt->m_str_options[i];
m_str_options[i] = parent_opt ? xstrdup (parent_opt) : NULL;
}
memcpy (m_int_options,
parent_ctxt->m_int_options,
sizeof (m_int_options));
memcpy (m_bool_options,
parent_ctxt->m_bool_options,
sizeof (m_bool_options));
memcpy (m_inner_bool_options,
parent_ctxt->m_inner_bool_options,
sizeof (m_inner_bool_options));
set_logger (parent_ctxt->get_logger ());
}
else
{
memset (m_str_options, 0, sizeof (m_str_options));
memset (m_int_options, 0, sizeof (m_int_options));
memset (m_bool_options, 0, sizeof (m_bool_options));
memset (m_inner_bool_options, 0, sizeof (m_inner_bool_options));
}
memset (m_basic_types, 0, sizeof (m_basic_types));
}
/* The destructor for gcc::jit::recording::context, implicitly used by
gcc_jit_context_release. */
recording::context::~context ()
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
int i;
memento *m;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_mementos, i, m)
{
delete m;
}
for (i = 0; i < GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS; ++i)
free (m_str_options[i]);
char *optname;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_command_line_options, i, optname)
free (optname);
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_driver_options, i, optname)
free (optname);
if (m_builtins_manager)
delete m_builtins_manager;
if (m_owns_first_error_str)
free (m_first_error_str);
if (m_owns_last_error_str)
if (m_last_error_str != m_first_error_str)
free (m_last_error_str);
}
/* Add the given mememto to the list of those tracked by this
gcc::jit::recording::context, so that e.g. it can be deleted
when this context is released. */
void
recording::context::record (memento *m)
{
gcc_assert (m);
m_mementos.safe_push (m);
}
/* Replay this context (and any parents) into the given replayer. */
void
recording::context::replay_into (replayer *r)
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
int i;
memento *m;
/* If we have a parent context, we must replay it. This will
recursively walk backwards up the historical tree, then replay things
forwards "in historical order", starting with the ultimate parent
context, until we reach the "this" context.
Note that we fully replay the parent, then fully replay the child,
which means that inter-context references can only exist from child
to parent, not the other way around.
All of this replaying is suboptimal - it would be better to do the
work for the parent context *once*, rather than replaying the parent
every time we replay each child. However, fixing this requires deep
surgery to lifetime-management: we'd need every context family tree
to have its own GC heap, and to initialize the GCC code to use that
heap (with a mutex on such a heap). */
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->replay_into (r);
if (r->errors_occurred ())
return;
/* Replay this context's saved operations into r. */
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_mementos, i, m)
{
/* Disabled low-level debugging, here if we need it: print what
we're replaying.
Note that the calls to get_debug_string might lead to more
mementos being created for the strings.
This can also be used to exercise the debug_string
machinery. */
if (0)
printf ("context %p replaying (%p): %s\n",
(void *)this, (void *)m, m->get_debug_string ());
m->replay_into (r);
if (r->errors_occurred ())
return;
}
}
/* During a playback, we associate objects from the recording with
their counterparts during this playback.
For simplicity, we store this within the recording objects.
The following method cleans away these associations, to ensure that
we never have out-of-date associations lingering on subsequent
playbacks (the objects pointed to are GC-managed, but the
recording objects don't own refs to them). */
void
recording::context::disassociate_from_playback ()
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
int i;
memento *m;
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->disassociate_from_playback ();
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_mementos, i, m)
{
m->set_playback_obj (NULL);
}
}
/* Create a recording::string instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
This creates a fresh copy of the given 0-terminated buffer. */
recording::string *
recording::context::new_string (const char *text, bool escaped)
{
if (!text)
return NULL;
recording::string *result = new string (this, text, escaped);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::location instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_location. */
recording::location *
recording::context::new_location (const char *filename,
int line,
int column,
bool created_by_user)
{
recording::location *result =
new recording::location (this,
new_string (filename),
line, column,
created_by_user);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* If we haven't seen this enum value yet, create a recording::type
instance and add it to this context's list of mementos.
If we have seen it before, reuse our cached value, so that repeated
calls on the context give the same object.
If we have a parent context, the cache is within the ultimate
ancestor context.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_get_type. */
recording::type *
recording::context::get_type (enum gcc_jit_types kind)
{
if (!m_basic_types[kind])
{
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_basic_types[kind] = m_parent_ctxt->get_type (kind);
else
{
recording::type *result = new memento_of_get_type (this, kind);
record (result);
m_basic_types[kind] = result;
}
}
return m_basic_types[kind];
}
/* Get a recording::type instance for the given size and signedness.
This is implemented in terms of recording::context::get_type
above.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_get_int_type. */
recording::type *
recording::context::get_int_type (int num_bytes, int is_signed)
{
/* We can't use a switch here since some of the values are macros affected
by options; e.g. i386.h has
#define LONG_TYPE_SIZE (TARGET_X32 ? 32 : BITS_PER_WORD)
Compare with tree.c's make_or_reuse_type. Note that the _SIZE macros
are in bits, rather than bytes.
*/
const int num_bits = num_bytes * 8;
if (num_bits == INT_TYPE_SIZE)
return get_type (is_signed
? GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT
: GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT);
if (num_bits == CHAR_TYPE_SIZE)
return get_type (is_signed
? GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR
: GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR);
if (num_bits == SHORT_TYPE_SIZE)
return get_type (is_signed
? GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT
: GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT);
if (num_bits == LONG_TYPE_SIZE)
return get_type (is_signed
? GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG
: GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG);
if (num_bits == LONG_LONG_TYPE_SIZE)
return get_type (is_signed
? GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG
: GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG);
/* Some other size, not corresponding to the C int types. */
/* To be written: support arbitrary other sizes, sharing by
memoizing at the recording::context level? */
gcc_unreachable ();
}
/* Create a recording::type instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_array_type. */
recording::type *
recording::context::new_array_type (recording::location *loc,
recording::type *element_type,
int num_elements)
{
if (struct_ *s = element_type->dyn_cast_struct ())
if (!s->get_fields ())
{
add_error (NULL,
"cannot create an array of type %s"
" until the fields have been set",
s->get_name ()->c_str ());
return NULL;
}
recording::type *result =
new recording::array_type (this, loc, element_type, num_elements);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::field instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_field. */
recording::field *
recording::context::new_field (recording::location *loc,
recording::type *type,
const char *name)
{
recording::field *result =
new recording::field (this, loc, type, new_string (name));
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::bitfield instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_bitfield. */
recording::field *
recording::context::new_bitfield (recording::location *loc,
recording::type *type,
int width,
const char *name)
{
recording::field *result =
new recording::bitfield (this, loc, type, width, new_string (name));
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::struct_ instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos and list of compound types.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_struct_type. */
recording::struct_ *
recording::context::new_struct_type (recording::location *loc,
const char *name)
{
recording::struct_ *result = new struct_ (this, loc, new_string (name));
record (result);
m_compound_types.safe_push (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::union_ instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos and list of compound types.
Implements the first post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_union_type. */
recording::union_ *
recording::context::new_union_type (recording::location *loc,
const char *name)
{
recording::union_ *result = new union_ (this, loc, new_string (name));
record (result);
m_compound_types.safe_push (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::function_type instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos.
Used by new_function_ptr_type and by builtins_manager::make_fn_type. */
recording::function_type *
recording::context::new_function_type (recording::type *return_type,
int num_params,
recording::type **param_types,
int is_variadic)
{
recording::function_type *fn_type
= new function_type (this,
return_type,
num_params,
param_types,
is_variadic);
record (fn_type);
return fn_type;
}
/* Create a recording::type instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_function_ptr_type. */
recording::type *
recording::context::new_function_ptr_type (recording::location *, /* unused loc */
recording::type *return_type,
int num_params,
recording::type **param_types,
int is_variadic)
{
recording::function_type *fn_type
= new_function_type (return_type,
num_params,
param_types,
is_variadic);
/* Return a pointer-type to the function type. */
return fn_type->get_pointer ();
}
/* Create a recording::param instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_param. */
recording::param *
recording::context::new_param (recording::location *loc,
recording::type *type,
const char *name)
{
recording::param *result = new recording::param (this, loc, type, new_string (name));
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::function instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos and list of functions.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_function. */
recording::function *
recording::context::new_function (recording::location *loc,
enum gcc_jit_function_kind kind,
recording::type *return_type,
const char *name,
int num_params,
recording::param **params,
int is_variadic,
enum built_in_function builtin_id)
{
recording::function *result =
new recording::function (this,
loc, kind, return_type,
new_string (name),
num_params, params, is_variadic,
builtin_id);
record (result);
m_functions.safe_push (result);
return result;
}
/* Locate the builtins_manager (if any) for this family of contexts,
creating it if it doesn't exist already.
All of the recording contexts in a family share one builtins_manager:
if we have a child context, follow the parent links to get the
ultimate ancestor context, and look for it/store it there. */
builtins_manager *
recording::context::get_builtins_manager ()
{
if (m_parent_ctxt)
return m_parent_ctxt->get_builtins_manager ();
if (!m_builtins_manager)
m_builtins_manager = new builtins_manager (this);
return m_builtins_manager;
}
/* Get a recording::function instance, which is lazily-created and added
to the context's lists of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_get_builtin_function. */
recording::function *
recording::context::get_builtin_function (const char *name)
{
builtins_manager *bm = get_builtins_manager ();
return bm->get_builtin_function (name);
}
/* Create a recording::global instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_global. */
recording::lvalue *
recording::context::new_global (recording::location *loc,
enum gcc_jit_global_kind kind,
recording::type *type,
const char *name)
{
recording::global *result =
new recording::global (this, loc, kind, type, new_string (name));
record (result);
m_globals.safe_push (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::memento_of_new_string_literal instance and add it
to this context's list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_string_literal. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_string_literal (const char *value)
{
recording::rvalue *result =
new memento_of_new_string_literal (this, NULL, new_string (value));
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::memento_of_new_rvalue_from_vector instance and add it
to this context's list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_rvalue_from_vector. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_rvalue_from_vector (location *loc,
vector_type *type,
rvalue **elements)
{
recording::rvalue *result
= new memento_of_new_rvalue_from_vector (this, loc, type, elements);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::unary_op instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_unary_op. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_unary_op (recording::location *loc,
enum gcc_jit_unary_op op,
recording::type *result_type,
recording::rvalue *a)
{
recording::rvalue *result =
new unary_op (this, loc, op, result_type, a);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::binary_op instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_binary_op. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_binary_op (recording::location *loc,
enum gcc_jit_binary_op op,
recording::type *result_type,
recording::rvalue *a,
recording::rvalue *b)
{
recording::rvalue *result =
new binary_op (this, loc, op, result_type, a, b);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::comparison instance and add it to this context's
list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_comparison. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_comparison (recording::location *loc,
enum gcc_jit_comparison op,
recording::rvalue *a,
recording::rvalue *b)
{
recording::rvalue *result = new comparison (this, loc, op, a, b);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::cast instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_cast. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_cast (recording::location *loc,
recording::rvalue *expr,
recording::type *type_)
{
recording::rvalue *result = new cast (this, loc, expr, type_);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::call instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_call. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_call (recording::location *loc,
function *func,
int numargs , recording::rvalue **args)
{
recording::rvalue *result = new call (this, loc, func, numargs, args);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::call_through_ptr instance and add it to this
context's list of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_call_through_ptr. */
recording::rvalue *
recording::context::new_call_through_ptr (recording::location *loc,
recording::rvalue *fn_ptr,
int numargs,
recording::rvalue **args)
{
recording::rvalue *result = new call_through_ptr (this, loc, fn_ptr, numargs, args);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::array_access instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_array_access. */
recording::lvalue *
recording::context::new_array_access (recording::location *loc,
recording::rvalue *ptr,
recording::rvalue *index)
{
recording::lvalue *result = new array_access (this, loc, ptr, index);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Create a recording::case_ instance and add it to this context's list
of mementos.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_new_case. */
recording::case_ *
recording::context::new_case (recording::rvalue *min_value,
recording::rvalue *max_value,
recording::block *block)
{
recording::case_ *result = new case_ (this, min_value, max_value, block);
record (result);
return result;
}
/* Set the given string option for this context, or add an error if
it's not recognized.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_set_str_option. */
void
recording::context::set_str_option (enum gcc_jit_str_option opt,
const char *value)
{
if (opt < 0 || opt >= GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS)
{
add_error (NULL,
"unrecognized (enum gcc_jit_str_option) value: %i", opt);
return;
}
free (m_str_options[opt]);
m_str_options[opt] = value ? xstrdup (value) : NULL;
log_str_option (opt);
}
/* Set the given integer option for this context, or add an error if
it's not recognized.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_set_int_option. */
void
recording::context::set_int_option (enum gcc_jit_int_option opt,
int value)
{
if (opt < 0 || opt >= GCC_JIT_NUM_INT_OPTIONS)
{
add_error (NULL,
"unrecognized (enum gcc_jit_int_option) value: %i", opt);
return;
}
m_int_options[opt] = value;
log_int_option (opt);
}
/* Set the given boolean option for this context, or add an error if
it's not recognized.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_set_bool_option. */
void
recording::context::set_bool_option (enum gcc_jit_bool_option opt,
int value)
{
if (opt < 0 || opt >= GCC_JIT_NUM_BOOL_OPTIONS)
{
add_error (NULL,
"unrecognized (enum gcc_jit_bool_option) value: %i", opt);
return;
}
m_bool_options[opt] = value ? true : false;
log_bool_option (opt);
}
void
recording::context::set_inner_bool_option (enum inner_bool_option inner_opt,
int value)
{
gcc_assert (inner_opt >= 0 && inner_opt < NUM_INNER_BOOL_OPTIONS);
m_inner_bool_options[inner_opt] = value ? true : false;
log_inner_bool_option (inner_opt);
}
/* Add the given optname to this context's list of extra options.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_add_command_line_option. */
void
recording::context::add_command_line_option (const char *optname)
{
m_command_line_options.safe_push (xstrdup (optname));
}
/* Add any user-provided extra options, starting with any from
parent contexts.
Called by playback::context::make_fake_args. */
void
recording::context::append_command_line_options (vec <char *> *argvec)
{
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->append_command_line_options (argvec);
int i;
char *optname;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_command_line_options, i, optname)
argvec->safe_push (xstrdup (optname));
}
/* Add the given optname to this context's list of extra driver options. */
void
recording::context::add_driver_option (const char *optname)
{
m_driver_options.safe_push (xstrdup (optname));
}
/* Add any user-provided driver options, starting with any from
parent contexts.
Called by playback::context::invoke_driver. */
void
recording::context::append_driver_options (auto_string_vec *argvec)
{
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->append_driver_options (argvec);
int i;
char *optname;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_driver_options, i, optname)
argvec->safe_push (xstrdup (optname));
}
/* Add the given dumpname/out_ptr pair to this context's list of requested
dumps.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_enable_dump. */
void
recording::context::enable_dump (const char *dumpname,
char **out_ptr)
{
requested_dump d;
gcc_assert (dumpname);
gcc_assert (out_ptr);
d.m_dumpname = dumpname;
d.m_out_ptr = out_ptr;
*out_ptr = NULL;
m_requested_dumps.safe_push (d);
}
/* Validate this context, and if it passes, compile it to memory
(within a mutex).
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_compile. */
result *
recording::context::compile ()
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
log_all_options ();
validate ();
if (errors_occurred ())
return NULL;
/* Set up a compile_to_memory playback context. */
::gcc::jit::playback::compile_to_memory replayer (this);
/* Use it. */
replayer.compile ();
/* Get the jit::result (or NULL) from the
compile_to_memory playback context. */
return replayer.get_result_obj ();
}
/* Validate this context, and if it passes, compile it to a file
(within a mutex).
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_compile_to_file. */
void
recording::context::compile_to_file (enum gcc_jit_output_kind output_kind,
const char *output_path)
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
log_all_options ();
validate ();
if (errors_occurred ())
return;
/* Set up a compile_to_file playback context. */
::gcc::jit::playback::compile_to_file replayer (this,
output_kind,
output_path);
/* Use it. */
replayer.compile ();
}
/* Format the given error using printf's conventions, print
it to stderr, and add it to the context. */
void
recording::context::add_error (location *loc, const char *fmt, ...)
{
va_list ap;
va_start (ap, fmt);
add_error_va (loc, fmt, ap);
va_end (ap);
}
/* Format the given error using printf's conventions, print
it to stderr, and add it to the context. */
void
recording::context::add_error_va (location *loc, const char *fmt, va_list ap)
{
int len;
char *malloced_msg;
const char *errmsg;
bool has_ownership;
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
len = vasprintf (&malloced_msg, fmt, ap);
if (malloced_msg == NULL || len < 0)
{
errmsg = "out of memory generating error message";
has_ownership = false;
}
else
{
errmsg = malloced_msg;
has_ownership = true;
}
if (get_logger ())
get_logger ()->log ("error %i: %s", m_error_count, errmsg);
const char *ctxt_progname =
get_str_option (GCC_JIT_STR_OPTION_PROGNAME);
if (!ctxt_progname)
ctxt_progname = "libgccjit.so";
if (loc)
fprintf (stderr, "%s: %s: error: %s\n",
ctxt_progname,
loc->get_debug_string (),
errmsg);
else
fprintf (stderr, "%s: error: %s\n",
ctxt_progname,
errmsg);
if (!m_error_count)
{
m_first_error_str = const_cast <char *> (errmsg);
m_owns_first_error_str = has_ownership;
}
if (m_owns_last_error_str)
if (m_last_error_str != m_first_error_str)
free (m_last_error_str);
m_last_error_str = const_cast <char *> (errmsg);
m_owns_last_error_str = has_ownership;
m_error_count++;
}
/* Get the message for the first error that occurred on this context, or
NULL if no errors have occurred on it.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_get_first_error. */
const char *
recording::context::get_first_error () const
{
return m_first_error_str;
}
/* Get the message for the last error that occurred on this context, or
NULL if no errors have occurred on it.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_get_last_error. */
const char *
recording::context::get_last_error () const
{
return m_last_error_str;
}
/* Lazily generate and record a recording::type representing an opaque
struct named "FILE".
For use if client code tries to dereference the result of
get_type (GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR). */
recording::type *
recording::context::get_opaque_FILE_type ()
{
if (!m_FILE_type)
m_FILE_type = new_struct_type (NULL, "FILE");
return m_FILE_type;
}
/* Dump a C-like representation of the given context to the given path.
If UPDATE_LOCATIONS is true, update the locations within the
context's mementos to point to the dumpfile.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_dump_to_file. */
void
recording::context::dump_to_file (const char *path, bool update_locations)
{
int i;
dump d (*this, path, update_locations);
/* Forward declaration of structs and unions. */
compound_type *st;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_compound_types, i, st)
{
d.write ("%s;\n\n", st->get_debug_string ());
}
/* Content of structs, where set. */
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_compound_types, i, st)
if (st->get_fields ())
{
st->get_fields ()->write_to_dump (d);
d.write ("\n");
}
/* Globals. */
global *g;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_globals, i, g)
{
g->write_to_dump (d);
}
if (!m_globals.is_empty ())
d.write ("\n");
function *fn;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_functions, i, fn)
{
fn->write_to_dump (d);
}
top_level_asm *tla;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_top_level_asms, i, tla)
tla->write_to_dump (d);
}
static const char * const
str_option_reproducer_strings[GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS] = {
"GCC_JIT_STR_OPTION_PROGNAME"
};
static const char * const
int_option_reproducer_strings[GCC_JIT_NUM_INT_OPTIONS] = {
"GCC_JIT_INT_OPTION_OPTIMIZATION_LEVEL"
};
static const char * const
bool_option_reproducer_strings[GCC_JIT_NUM_BOOL_OPTIONS] = {
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DEBUGINFO",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DUMP_INITIAL_TREE",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DUMP_INITIAL_GIMPLE",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DUMP_GENERATED_CODE",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DUMP_SUMMARY",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_DUMP_EVERYTHING",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_SELFCHECK_GC",
"GCC_JIT_BOOL_OPTION_KEEP_INTERMEDIATES"
};
static const char * const
inner_bool_option_reproducer_strings[NUM_INNER_BOOL_OPTIONS] = {
"gcc_jit_context_set_bool_allow_unreachable_blocks",
"gcc_jit_context_set_bool_use_external_driver"
};
/* Write the current value of all options to the log file (if any). */
void
recording::context::log_all_options () const
{
int opt_idx;
if (!get_logger ())
return;
for (opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
log_str_option ((enum gcc_jit_str_option)opt_idx);
for (opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_INT_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
log_int_option ((enum gcc_jit_int_option)opt_idx);
for (opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_BOOL_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
log_bool_option ((enum gcc_jit_bool_option)opt_idx);
for (opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < NUM_INNER_BOOL_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
log_inner_bool_option ((enum inner_bool_option)opt_idx);
}
/* Write the current value of the given string option to the
log file (if any). */
void
recording::context::log_str_option (enum gcc_jit_str_option opt) const
{
gcc_assert (opt < GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS);
if (get_logger ())
{
if (m_str_options[opt])
log ("%s: \"%s\"",
str_option_reproducer_strings[opt],
m_str_options[opt]);
else
log ("%s: NULL",
str_option_reproducer_strings[opt]);
}
}
/* Write the current value of the given int option to the
log file (if any). */
void
recording::context::log_int_option (enum gcc_jit_int_option opt) const
{
gcc_assert (opt < GCC_JIT_NUM_INT_OPTIONS);
if (get_logger ())
log ("%s: %i",
int_option_reproducer_strings[opt],
m_int_options[opt]);
}
/* Write the current value of the given bool option to the
log file (if any). */
void
recording::context::log_bool_option (enum gcc_jit_bool_option opt) const
{
gcc_assert (opt < GCC_JIT_NUM_BOOL_OPTIONS);
if (get_logger ())
log ("%s: %s",
bool_option_reproducer_strings[opt],
m_bool_options[opt] ? "true" : "false");
}
/* Write the current value of the given "inner" bool option to the
log file (if any). */
void
recording::context::log_inner_bool_option (enum inner_bool_option opt) const
{
gcc_assert (opt < NUM_INNER_BOOL_OPTIONS);
if (get_logger ())
log ("%s: %s",
inner_bool_option_reproducer_strings[opt],
m_inner_bool_options[opt] ? "true" : "false");
}
/* Write C source code to PATH that attempts to replay the API
calls made to this context (and its parents), for use in
minimizing test cases for libgccjit.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_dump_reproducer_to_file. */
void
recording::context::dump_reproducer_to_file (const char *path)
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
reproducer r (*this, path);
/* Generate the "ancestry" of this context, as a list. */
auto_vec <context *> ascending_contexts;
for (context *ctxt = this; ctxt; ctxt = ctxt->m_parent_ctxt)
ascending_contexts.safe_push (ctxt);
/* Reverse the list, giving a list of contexts from
top-most parent context down through to youngest child context.
We will use this list as the parameters of the functions in
our generated file. */
unsigned num_ctxts = ascending_contexts.length ();
auto_vec <context *> contexts (num_ctxts);
for (unsigned i = 0; i < num_ctxts; i++)
contexts.safe_push (ascending_contexts[num_ctxts - (i + 1)]);
/* contexts[0] should be the top-level context. */
gcc_assert (contexts[0]);
gcc_assert (contexts[0]->m_toplevel_ctxt == contexts[0]);
/* The final element in contexts should be "this". */
gcc_assert (contexts[contexts.length () - 1] == this);
gcc_assert (contexts[contexts.length () - 1]->m_toplevel_ctxt
== contexts[0]);
r.write ("/* This code was autogenerated by"
" gcc_jit_context_dump_reproducer_to_file.\n\n");
print_version (r.get_file (), " ", false);
r.write ("*/\n");
r.write ("#include <libgccjit.h>\n\n");
r.write ("#pragma GCC diagnostic ignored \"-Wunused-variable\"\n\n");
r.write ("static void\nset_options (");
r.write_params (contexts);
r.write (");\n\n");
r.write ("static void\ncreate_code (");
r.write_params (contexts);
r.write (");\n\n");
r.write ("int\nmain (int argc, const char **argv)\n");
r.write ("{\n");
for (unsigned i = 0; i < num_ctxts; i++)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context *%s;\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[i]));
r.write (" gcc_jit_result *result;\n"
"\n");
/* Create the contexts.
The top-level context is acquired from a clean slate, the others as
children of the prior context. */
r.write (" %s = gcc_jit_context_acquire ();\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[0]));
for (unsigned i = 1; i < num_ctxts; i++)
r.write (" %s = gcc_jit_context_new_child_context (%s);\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[i]),
r.get_identifier (contexts[i - 1]));
r.write (" set_options (");
r.write_args (contexts);
r.write (");\n");
r.write (" create_code (");
r.write_args (contexts);
r.write (");\n");
r.write (" result = gcc_jit_context_compile (%s);\n",
r.get_identifier (this));
for (unsigned i = num_ctxts; i > 0; i--)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_release (%s);\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[i - 1]));
r.write (" gcc_jit_result_release (result);\n"
" return 0;\n"
"}\n\n");
/* Define (char *) variables for use in calls to
gcc_jit_context_enable_dump. */
for (unsigned ctxt_idx = 0; ctxt_idx < num_ctxts; ctxt_idx++)
{
if (m_requested_dumps.length ())
{
r.write ("/* Requested dumps for %s. */\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]));
for (unsigned i = 0; i < m_requested_dumps.length (); i++)
r.write ("static char *dump_%p;\n",
(void *)&m_requested_dumps[i]);
r.write ("\n");
}
}
/* Write out values of options. */
r.write ("static void\nset_options (");
r.write_params (contexts);
r.write (")\n{\n");
for (unsigned ctxt_idx = 0; ctxt_idx < num_ctxts; ctxt_idx++)
{
if (ctxt_idx > 0)
r.write ("\n");
r.write (" /* Set options for %s. */\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]));
r.write (" /* String options. */\n");
for (int opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_STR_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
{
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_set_str_option (%s,\n"
" %s,\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
str_option_reproducer_strings[opt_idx]);
if (m_str_options[opt_idx])
r.write (" \"%s\");\n",
m_str_options[opt_idx]);
else
r.write (" NULL);\n");
}
r.write (" /* Int options. */\n");
for (int opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_INT_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_set_int_option (%s,\n"
" %s,\n"
" %i);\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
int_option_reproducer_strings[opt_idx],
m_int_options[opt_idx]);
r.write (" /* Boolean options. */\n");
for (int opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < GCC_JIT_NUM_BOOL_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_set_bool_option (%s,\n"
" %s,\n"
" %i);\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
bool_option_reproducer_strings[opt_idx],
m_bool_options[opt_idx]);
for (int opt_idx = 0; opt_idx < NUM_INNER_BOOL_OPTIONS; opt_idx++)
r.write (" %s (%s, %i);\n",
inner_bool_option_reproducer_strings[opt_idx],
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
m_inner_bool_options[opt_idx]);
if (!m_command_line_options.is_empty ())
{
int i;
char *optname;
r.write (" /* User-provided command-line options. */\n");
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_command_line_options, i, optname)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_add_command_line_option (%s, \"%s\");\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
optname);
}
if (!m_driver_options.is_empty ())
{
int i;
char *optname;
r.write (" /* User-provided driver options. */\n");
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_driver_options, i, optname)
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_add_driver_option (%s, \"%s\");\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
optname);
}
if (m_requested_dumps.length ())
{
r.write (" /* Requested dumps. */\n");
/* Dumpfiles that were requested via gcc_jit_context_enable_dump. */
for (unsigned i = 0; i < m_requested_dumps.length (); i++)
{
r.write (" gcc_jit_context_enable_dump (%s,\n"
" \"%s\",\n"
" &dump_%p);\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]),
m_requested_dumps[i].m_dumpname,
(void *)&m_requested_dumps[i]);
}
}
}
r.write ("}\n\n");
r.write ("static void\ncreate_code (");
r.write_params (contexts);
r.write (")\n"
"{\n");
for (unsigned ctxt_idx = 0; ctxt_idx < num_ctxts; ctxt_idx++)
{
memento *m;
int i;
if (ctxt_idx > 0)
r.write ("\n\n");
r.write (" /* Replay of API calls for %s. */\n",
r.get_identifier (contexts[ctxt_idx]));
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (contexts[ctxt_idx]->m_mementos, i, m)
m->write_reproducer (r);
}
r.write ("}\n");
}
/* Copy the requested dumps within this context and all ancestors into
OUT. */
void
recording::context::get_all_requested_dumps (vec <recording::requested_dump> *out)
{
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->get_all_requested_dumps (out);
out->reserve (m_requested_dumps.length ());
out->splice (m_requested_dumps);
}
/* Create a recording::top_level_asm instance and add it to this
context's list of mementos and to m_top_level_asms.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_context_add_top_level_asm. */
void
recording::context::add_top_level_asm (recording::location *loc,
const char *asm_stmts)
{
recording::top_level_asm *asm_obj
= new recording::top_level_asm (this, loc, new_string (asm_stmts));
record (asm_obj);
m_top_level_asms.safe_push (asm_obj);
}
/* This is a pre-compilation check for the context (and any parents).
Detect errors within the context, adding errors if any are found. */
void
recording::context::validate ()
{
JIT_LOG_SCOPE (get_logger ());
if (m_parent_ctxt)
m_parent_ctxt->validate ();
int i;
function *fn;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_functions, i, fn)
fn->validate ();
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento. */
/* Get a (const char *) debug description of the given memento, by
calling the pure-virtual make_debug_string hook, caching the
result.
It is intended that this should only be called in debugging and
error-handling paths, so this doesn't need to be particularly
optimized. */
const char *
recording::memento::get_debug_string ()
{
if (!m_debug_string)
m_debug_string = make_debug_string ();
return m_debug_string->c_str ();
}
/* Default implementation of recording::memento::write_to_dump, writing
an indented form of the memento's debug string to the dump. */
void
recording::memento::write_to_dump (dump &d)
{
d.write(" %s\n", get_debug_string ());
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::string. */
/* Constructor for gcc::jit::recording::string::string, allocating a
copy of the given text using new char[]. */
recording::string::string (context *ctxt, const char *text, bool escaped)
: memento (ctxt),
m_escaped (escaped)
{
m_len = strlen (text);
m_buffer = new char[m_len + 1];
strcpy (m_buffer, text);
}
/* Destructor for gcc::jit::recording::string::string. */
recording::string::~string ()
{
delete[] m_buffer;
}
/* Function for making gcc::jit::recording::string instances on a
context via printf-style formatting.
It is intended that this should only be called in debugging and
error-handling paths, so this doesn't need to be particularly
optimized, hence the double-copy of the string is acceptable. */
recording::string *
recording::string::from_printf (context *ctxt, const char *fmt, ...)
{
int len;
va_list ap;
char *buf;
recording::string *result;
va_start (ap, fmt);
len = vasprintf (&buf, fmt, ap);
va_end (ap);
if (buf == NULL || len < 0)
{
ctxt->add_error (NULL, "malloc failure");
return NULL;
}
result = ctxt->new_string (buf);
free (buf);
return result;
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for strings,
wrapping the given string in quotes and escaping as necessary. */
recording::string *
recording::string::make_debug_string ()
{
/* Avoid infinite recursion into strings when logging all mementos:
don't re-escape strings: */
if (m_escaped)
return this;
/* Wrap in quotes and do escaping etc */
size_t sz = (1 /* opening quote */
+ (m_len * 2) /* each char might get escaped */
+ 1 /* closing quote */
+ 1); /* nil termintator */
char *tmp = new char[sz];
size_t len = 0;
#define APPEND(CH) do { gcc_assert (len < sz); tmp[len++] = (CH); } while (0)
APPEND('"'); /* opening quote */
for (size_t i = 0; i < m_len ; i++)
{
char ch = m_buffer[i];
switch (ch)
{
default:
APPEND(ch);
break;
case '\t':
APPEND('\\');
APPEND('t');
break;
case '\n':
APPEND('\\');
APPEND('n');
break;
case '\\':
case '"':
APPEND('\\');
APPEND(ch);
break;
}
}
APPEND('"'); /* closing quote */
#undef APPEND
tmp[len] = '\0'; /* nil termintator */
string *result = m_ctxt->new_string (tmp, true);
delete[] tmp;
return result;
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for strings. */
void
recording::string::write_reproducer (reproducer &)
{
/* Empty. */
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::location. */
/* Implementation of recording::memento::replay_into for locations.
Create a new playback::location and store it into the
recording::location's m_playback_obj field. */
void
recording::location::replay_into (replayer *r)
{
m_playback_obj = r->new_location (this,
m_filename->c_str (),
m_line,
m_column);
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for locations,
turning them into the usual form:
FILENAME:LINE:COLUMN
like we do when emitting diagnostics. */
recording::string *
recording::location::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"%s:%i:%i",
m_filename->c_str (), m_line, m_column);
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for locations. */
void
recording::location::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "loc");
r.write (" gcc_jit_location *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_context_new_location (%s, /* gcc_jit_context *ctxt */\n"
" %s, /* const char *filename */\n"
" %i, /* int line */\n"
" %i);/* int column */\n",
id,
r.get_identifier (get_context ()),
m_filename->get_debug_string (),
m_line, m_column);
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::type. */
/* Given a type T, get the type T*.
If this doesn't already exist, generate a new memento_of_get_pointer
instance and add it to this type's context's list of mementos.
Otherwise, use the cached type.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_type_get_pointer. */
recording::type *
recording::type::get_pointer ()
{
if (!m_pointer_to_this_type)
{
m_pointer_to_this_type = new memento_of_get_pointer (this);
m_ctxt->record (m_pointer_to_this_type);
}
return m_pointer_to_this_type;
}
/* Given a type T, get the type const T.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_type_get_const. */
recording::type *
recording::type::get_const ()
{
recording::type *result = new memento_of_get_const (this);
m_ctxt->record (result);
return result;
}
/* Given a type T, get the type volatile T.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_type_get_volatile. */
recording::type *
recording::type::get_volatile ()
{
recording::type *result = new memento_of_get_volatile (this);
m_ctxt->record (result);
return result;
}
/* Given a type, get an aligned version of the type.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_type_get_aligned. */
recording::type *
recording::type::get_aligned (size_t alignment_in_bytes)
{
recording::type *result
= new memento_of_get_aligned (this, alignment_in_bytes);
m_ctxt->record (result);
return result;
}
/* Given a type, get a vector version of the type.
Implements the post-error-checking part of
gcc_jit_type_get_vector. */
recording::type *
recording::type::get_vector (size_t num_units)
{
recording::type *result
= new vector_type (this, num_units);
m_ctxt->record (result);
return result;
}
const char *
recording::type::access_as_type (reproducer &r)
{
return r.get_identifier (this);
}
/* Override of default implementation of
recording::type::get_size.
Return the size in bytes. This is in use for global
initialization. */
size_t
recording::memento_of_get_type::get_size ()
{
int size;
switch (m_kind)
{
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID:
return 0;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR:
return 1;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT:
size = SHORT_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT:
size = INT_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG:
size = LONG_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG:
size = LONG_LONG_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT:
size = FLOAT_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE:
size = DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE:
size = LONG_DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE;
break;
default:
/* As this function is called by
'gcc_jit_global_set_initializer' and
'recording::global::write_reproducer' possible types are only
integrals and are covered by the previous cases. */
gcc_unreachable ();
}
return size / BITS_PER_UNIT;
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::dereference for
recording::memento_of_get_type. */
recording::type *
recording::memento_of_get_type::dereference ()
{
switch (m_kind)
{
default: gcc_unreachable ();
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID:
return NULL;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR:
return m_ctxt->get_type (GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID);
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE:
/* Not a pointer: */
return NULL;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR:
return m_ctxt->get_type (GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR)->get_const ();
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T:
/* Not a pointer: */
return NULL;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR:
/* Give the client code back an opaque "struct FILE". */
return m_ctxt->get_opaque_FILE_type ();
}
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::is_int for
recording::memento_of_get_type. */
bool
recording::memento_of_get_type::is_int () const
{
switch (m_kind)
{
default: gcc_unreachable ();
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG:
return true;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T:
return true;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE:
return false;
}
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::is_float for
recording::memento_of_get_type. */
bool
recording::memento_of_get_type::is_float () const
{
switch (m_kind)
{
default: gcc_unreachable ();
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE:
return true;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE:
return true;
}
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::is_bool for
recording::memento_of_get_type. */
bool
recording::memento_of_get_type::is_bool () const
{
switch (m_kind)
{
default: gcc_unreachable ();
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL:
return true;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR:
return false;
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE:
case GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE:
return false;
}
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::memento_of_get_type. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_type::replay_into (replayer *r)
{
set_playback_obj (r->get_type (m_kind));
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento_of_get_type. */
/* Descriptive strings for each of enum gcc_jit_types. */
static const char * const get_type_strings[] = {
"void", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID */
"void *", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR */
"bool", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL */
"char", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR */
"signed char", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR */
"unsigned char", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR */
"short", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT */
"unsigned short", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT */
"int", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT */
"unsigned int", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT */
"long", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG */
"unsigned long", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG, */
"long long", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG */
"unsigned long long", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG */
"float", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT */
"double", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE */
"long double", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE */
"const char *", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR */
"size_t", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T */
"FILE *", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR */
"complex float", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT */
"complex double", /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE */
"complex long double" /* GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE */
};
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_type, using a simple table of type names. */
recording::string *
recording::memento_of_get_type::make_debug_string ()
{
return m_ctxt->new_string (get_type_strings[m_kind]);
}
static const char * const get_type_enum_strings[] = {
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_VOID_PTR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_BOOL",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_CHAR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIGNED_CHAR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_CHAR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_SHORT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_SHORT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_INT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_INT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_LONG",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_FLOAT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_DOUBLE",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_LONG_DOUBLE",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_CONST_CHAR_PTR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_SIZE_T",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_FILE_PTR",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_FLOAT",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_DOUBLE",
"GCC_JIT_TYPE_COMPLEX_LONG_DOUBLE"
};
void
recording::memento_of_get_type::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s = gcc_jit_context_get_type (%s, %s);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier (get_context ()),
get_type_enum_strings[m_kind]);
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento_of_get_pointer. */
/* Override of default implementation of
recording::type::get_size for get_pointer. */
size_t
recording::memento_of_get_pointer::get_size ()
{
return POINTER_SIZE / BITS_PER_UNIT;
}
/* Override of default implementation of
recording::type::accepts_writes_from for get_pointer.
Require a pointer type, and allowing writes to
(const T *) from a (T*), but not the other way around. */
bool
recording::memento_of_get_pointer::accepts_writes_from (type *rtype)
{
/* Must be a pointer type: */
type *rtype_points_to = rtype->is_pointer ();
if (!rtype_points_to)
return false;
/* It's OK to assign to a (const T *) from a (T *). */
return m_other_type->unqualified ()
->accepts_writes_from (rtype_points_to);
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::memento_of_get_pointer. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_pointer::replay_into (replayer *)
{
set_playback_obj (m_other_type->playback_type ()->get_pointer ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_pointer, adding " *" to the underlying type,
with special-casing to handle function pointer types. */
recording::string *
recording::memento_of_get_pointer::make_debug_string ()
{
/* Special-case function pointer types, to put the "*" in parens between
the return type and the params (for one level of dereferencing, at
least). */
if (function_type *fn_type = m_other_type->dyn_cast_function_type ())
return fn_type->make_debug_string_with_ptr ();
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"%s *", m_other_type->get_debug_string ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for get_pointer. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_pointer::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
/* We need to special-case function pointer types; see the notes in
recording::function_type::write_deferred_reproducer. */
if (function_type *fn_type = m_other_type->dyn_cast_function_type ())
{
fn_type->write_deferred_reproducer (r, this);
return;
}
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_type_get_pointer (%s);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_other_type));
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento_of_get_const. */
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::memento_of_get_const. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_const::replay_into (replayer *)
{
set_playback_obj (m_other_type->playback_type ()->get_const ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_const, prepending "const ". */
recording::string *
recording::memento_of_get_const::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"const %s", m_other_type->get_debug_string ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for const types. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_const::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_type_get_const (%s);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_other_type));
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento_of_get_volatile. */
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::memento_of_get_volatile. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_volatile::replay_into (replayer *)
{
set_playback_obj (m_other_type->playback_type ()->get_volatile ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_volatile, prepending "volatile ". */
recording::string *
recording::memento_of_get_volatile::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"volatile %s", m_other_type->get_debug_string ());
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for volatile
types. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_volatile::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_type_get_volatile (%s);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_other_type));
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::memento_of_get_aligned. */
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::memento_of_get_aligned. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_aligned::replay_into (replayer *)
{
set_playback_obj
(m_other_type->playback_type ()->get_aligned (m_alignment_in_bytes));
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_aligned. */
recording::string *
recording::memento_of_get_aligned::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"%s __attribute__((aligned(%zi)))",
m_other_type->get_debug_string (),
m_alignment_in_bytes);
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for aligned
types. */
void
recording::memento_of_get_aligned::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_type_get_aligned (%s, %zi);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_other_type),
m_alignment_in_bytes);
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::vector_type. */
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::vector_type. */
void
recording::vector_type::replay_into (replayer *)
{
set_playback_obj
(m_other_type->playback_type ()->get_vector (m_num_units));
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of get_vector. */
recording::string *
recording::vector_type::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf
(m_ctxt,
"%s __attribute__((vector_size(sizeof (%s) * %zi)))",
m_other_type->get_debug_string (),
m_other_type->get_debug_string (),
m_num_units);
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for vector types. */
void
recording::vector_type::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_type_get_vector (%s, %zi);\n",
id,
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_other_type),
m_num_units);
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::array_type */
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::dereference for
recording::array_type. */
recording::type *
recording::array_type::dereference ()
{
return m_element_type;
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::array_type. */
void
recording::array_type::replay_into (replayer *r)
{
set_playback_obj (r->new_array_type (playback_location (r, m_loc),
m_element_type->playback_type (),
m_num_elements));
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of new_array_type. */
recording::string *
recording::array_type::make_debug_string ()
{
return string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"%s[%d]",
m_element_type->get_debug_string (),
m_num_elements);
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for array
types. */
void
recording::array_type::write_reproducer (reproducer &r)
{
const char *id = r.make_identifier (this, "array_type");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_context_new_array_type (%s,\n"
" %s, /* gcc_jit_location *loc */\n"
" %s, /* gcc_jit_type *element_type */\n"
" %i); /* int num_elements */\n",
id,
r.get_identifier (get_context ()),
r.get_identifier (m_loc),
r.get_identifier_as_type (m_element_type),
m_num_elements);
}
/* The implementation of class gcc::jit::recording::function_type */
/* Constructor for gcc::jit::recording::function_type. */
recording::function_type::function_type (context *ctxt,
type *return_type,
int num_params,
type **param_types,
int is_variadic)
: type (ctxt),
m_return_type (return_type),
m_param_types (),
m_is_variadic (is_variadic)
{
for (int i = 0; i< num_params; i++)
m_param_types.safe_push (param_types[i]);
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::type::dereference for
recording::function_type. */
recording::type *
recording::function_type::dereference ()
{
return NULL;
}
/* Implementation of virtual hook recording::type::is_same_type_as for
recording::function_type.
We override this to avoid requiring identity of function pointer types,
so that if client code has obtained the same signature in
different ways (e.g. via gcc_jit_context_new_function_ptr_type
vs gcc_jit_function_get_address), the different function_type
instances are treated as compatible.
We can't use type::accepts_writes_from for this as we need a stronger
notion of "sameness": if we have a fn_ptr type that has args that are
themselves fn_ptr types, then those args still need to match exactly.
Alternatively, we could consolidate attempts to create identical
function_type instances so that pointer equality works, but that runs
into issues about the lifetimes of the cache (w.r.t. nested contexts). */
bool
recording::function_type::is_same_type_as (type *other)
{
gcc_assert (other);
function_type *other_fn_type = other->dyn_cast_function_type ();
if (!other_fn_type)
return false;
/* Everything must match. */
if (!m_return_type->is_same_type_as (other_fn_type->m_return_type))
return false;
if (m_param_types.length () != other_fn_type->m_param_types.length ())
return false;
unsigned i;
type *param_type;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_param_types, i, param_type)
if (!param_type->is_same_type_as (other_fn_type->m_param_types[i]))
return false;
if (m_is_variadic != other_fn_type->m_is_variadic)
return false;
/* Passed all tests. */
return true;
}
/* Implementation of pure virtual hook recording::memento::replay_into
for recording::function_type. */
void
recording::function_type::replay_into (replayer *r)
{
/* Convert m_param_types to a vec of playback type. */
auto_vec <playback::type *> param_types;
int i;
recording::type *type;
param_types.create (m_param_types.length ());
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_param_types, i, type)
param_types.safe_push (type->playback_type ());
set_playback_obj (r->new_function_type (m_return_type->playback_type (),
&param_types,
m_is_variadic));
}
/* Special-casing for make_debug_string for get_pointer results for
handling (one level) of pointers to functions. */
recording::string *
recording::function_type::make_debug_string_with_ptr ()
{
return make_debug_string_with ("(*) ");
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::make_debug_string for
results of new_function_type. */
recording::string *
recording::function_type::make_debug_string ()
{
return make_debug_string_with ("");
}
/* Build a debug string representation of the form:
RESULT_TYPE INSERT (PARAM_TYPES)
for use when handling 0 and 1 level of indirection to this
function type. */
recording::string *
recording::function_type::make_debug_string_with (const char *insert)
{
/* First, build a buffer for the arguments. */
/* Calculate length of said buffer. */
size_t sz = 1; /* nil terminator */
for (unsigned i = 0; i< m_param_types.length (); i++)
{
sz += strlen (m_param_types[i]->get_debug_string ());
sz += 2; /* ", " separator */
}
if (m_is_variadic)
sz += 5; /* ", ..." separator and ellipsis */
/* Now allocate and populate the buffer. */
char *argbuf = new char[sz];
size_t len = 0;
for (unsigned i = 0; i< m_param_types.length (); i++)
{
strcpy (argbuf + len, m_param_types[i]->get_debug_string ());
len += strlen (m_param_types[i]->get_debug_string ());
if (i + 1 < m_param_types.length ())
{
strcpy (argbuf + len, ", ");
len += 2;
}
}
if (m_is_variadic)
{
if (m_param_types.length ())
{
strcpy (argbuf + len, ", ");
len += 2;
}
strcpy (argbuf + len, "...");
len += 3;
}
argbuf[len] = '\0';
/* ...and use it to get the string for the call as a whole. */
string *result = string::from_printf (m_ctxt,
"%s %s(%s)",
m_return_type->get_debug_string (),
insert,
argbuf);
delete[] argbuf;
return result;
}
/* Implementation of recording::memento::write_reproducer for function
types. */
void
recording::function_type::write_reproducer (reproducer &)
{
/* see notes below. */
}
/* There's a get_pointer within context::new_function_ptr_type:
the type received by client code isn't the memento for the
function_type, but instead the result of get_pointer on it.
Hence we can't directly write a reproducer that gives function_type.
Instead we special-case things within get_pointer, detecting this
case, calling the following function. */
void
recording::function_type::write_deferred_reproducer (reproducer &r,
memento *ptr_type)
{
gcc_assert (ptr_type);
r.make_identifier (this, "function_type");
const char *ptr_id = r.make_identifier (ptr_type, "ptr_to");
const char *param_types_id = r.make_tmp_identifier ("params_for", this);
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s[%i] = {\n",
param_types_id,
m_param_types.length ());
int i;
type *param_type;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_param_types, i, param_type)
r.write (" %s,\n", r.get_identifier_as_type (param_type));
r.write (" };\n");
r.write (" gcc_jit_type *%s =\n"
" gcc_jit_context_new_function_ptr_type (%s, /* gcc_jit_context *ctxt */\n"
" %s, /* gcc_jit_location *loc */\n"
" %s, /* gcc_jit_type *return_type */\n"
" %i, /* int num_params */\n"
" %s, /* gcc_jit_type **param_types */\n"