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// Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
//
// This file is part of the GNU ISO C++ Library. This library is free
// software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
// terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
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/* This is part of the vtable verification runtime library. For more
information about this feature, see the comments in libvtv/vtv_rts.cc. */
/* The functions in this file are used to create the libvtv_stubs
library, as part of the vtable verification feature. When building
a binary without vtable verification, and linking it with a
(possibly pre-built third-party) library that was built with
verification, it is possible that vtable verification will fail due
to incomplete data (rather than due to corrupt vtable pointers). In
this case we need to give programmers a way of turning off the
vtable verification in their libraries. They can do so by linking
with the libvtv_stubs library, which (as you can see) will replace
the real verification functions with a set of functions that do
nothing (so no more verification failures/aborts). */
#include <cstddef>
/* weak symbols on Windows work differently than on Linux. To be able
to switch vtv on and off on Windows two dlls are built. One with
the sources from libvtv, the other from these stubs. Depending on
which dll is placed in the folder of the executable the functions
from libvtv or the stubs functions are used. */
#if defined (__CYGWIN__) || defined (__MINGW32__)
extern "C"
void
__VLTChangePermission(int);
void
__VLTRegisterSet(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t,
void**);
void
__VLTRegisterPair(void**, const void*, std::size_t,
const void*);
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointer(void**, const void*);
void
__VLTRegisterSetDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t,
void**);
void
__VLTRegisterPairDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, const void*,
const char*, const char*);
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointerDebug(void**, const void*, const char*,
const char*);
#else
// Declare as weak for libsupc++, strong definitions are in libvtv.
#if __GXX_WEAK__
extern "C"
void
__VLTChangePermission(int) __attribute__((weak));
void
__VLTRegisterSet(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t,
void**) __attribute__((weak));
void
__VLTRegisterPair(void**, const void*, std::size_t,
const void*) __attribute__((weak));
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointer(void**, const void*) __attribute__((weak));
void
__VLTRegisterSetDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t,
void**) __attribute__((weak));
void
__VLTRegisterPairDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, const void*,
const char*, const char*) __attribute__((weak));
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointerDebug(void**, const void*, const char*,
const char*) __attribute__((weak));
#endif
#endif
// Stub definitions.
extern "C"
void
__VLTChangePermission(int)
{ }
void
__VLTRegisterSet(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t, void**)
{ }
void
__VLTRegisterPair(void**, const void*, std::size_t, const void*)
{ }
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointer(void**, const void* vtable_ptr)
{ return vtable_ptr; }
void
__VLTRegisterSetDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, std::size_t, void**)
{ }
void
__VLTRegisterPairDebug(void**, const void*, std::size_t, const void*,
const char*, const char*)
{ }
const void*
__VLTVerifyVtablePointerDebug(void**, const void* vtable_ptr, const char*,
const char*)
{ return vtable_ptr; }