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-- E X P _ C H 3 --
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-- GNAT was originally developed by the GNAT team at New York University. --
-- Extensive contributions were provided by Ada Core Technologies Inc. --
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-- Expand routines for chapter 3 constructs
with Types; use Types;
with Elists; use Elists;
with Uintp; use Uintp;
package Exp_Ch3 is
procedure Expand_N_Object_Declaration (N : Node_Id);
procedure Expand_N_Subtype_Indication (N : Node_Id);
procedure Expand_N_Variant_Part (N : Node_Id);
procedure Expand_N_Full_Type_Declaration (N : Node_Id);
procedure Expand_Previous_Access_Type (Def_Id : Entity_Id);
-- For a full type declaration that contains tasks, or that is a task,
-- check whether there exists an access type whose designated type is an
-- incomplete declarations for the current composite type. If so, build the
-- master for that access type, now that it is known to denote an object
-- with tasks.
procedure Expand_Record_Extension (T : Entity_Id; Def : Node_Id);
-- Add a field _parent in the extension part of the record
procedure Build_Discr_Checking_Funcs (N : Node_Id);
-- Builds function which checks whether the component name is consistent
-- with the current discriminants. N is the full type declaration node,
-- and the discriminant checking functions are inserted after this node.
function Build_Initialization_Call
(Loc : Source_Ptr;
Id_Ref : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id;
In_Init_Proc : Boolean := False;
Enclos_Type : Entity_Id := Empty;
Discr_Map : Elist_Id := New_Elmt_List;
With_Default_Init : Boolean := False;
Constructor_Ref : Node_Id := Empty) return List_Id;
-- Builds a call to the initialization procedure for the base type of Typ,
-- passing it the object denoted by Id_Ref, plus additional parameters as
-- appropriate for the type (the _Master, for task types, for example).
-- Loc is the source location for the constructed tree. In_Init_Proc has
-- to be set to True when the call is itself in an init proc in order to
-- enable the use of discriminals. Enclos_Type is the enclosing type when
-- initializing a component in an outer init proc, and it is used for
-- various expansion cases including the case where Typ is a task type
-- which is an array component, the indexes of the enclosing type are
-- used to build the string that identifies each task at runtime.
-- Discr_Map is used to replace discriminants by their discriminals in
-- expressions used to constrain record components. In the presence of
-- entry families bounded by discriminants, protected type discriminants
-- can appear within expressions in array bounds (not as stand-alone
-- identifiers) and a general replacement is necessary.
-- Ada 2005 (AI-287): With_Default_Init is used to indicate that the
-- initialization call corresponds to a default initialized component
-- of an aggregate.
-- Constructor_Ref is a call to a constructor subprogram. It is currently
-- used only to support C++ constructors.
function Freeze_Type (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- This function executes the freezing actions associated with the given
-- freeze type node N and returns True if the node is to be deleted. We
-- delete the node if it is present just for front end purpose and we don't
-- want Gigi to see the node. This function can't delete the node itself
-- since it would confuse any remaining processing of the freeze node.
procedure Init_Secondary_Tags
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Target : Node_Id;
Init_Tags_List : List_Id;
Stmts_List : List_Id;
Fixed_Comps : Boolean := True;
Variable_Comps : Boolean := True);
-- Ada 2005 (AI-251): Initialize the tags of the secondary dispatch tables
-- of Typ. The generated code referencing tag fields of Target is appended
-- to Init_Tags_List and the code required to complete the elaboration of
-- the dispatch tables of Typ is appended to Stmts_List. If Fixed_Comps is
-- True then the tag components located at fixed positions of Target are
-- initialized; if Variable_Comps is True then tags components located at
-- variable positions of Target are initialized.
function Make_Tag_Assignment (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- An object declaration that has an initialization for a tagged object
-- requires a separate reassignment of the tag of the given type, because
-- the expression may include an unchecked conversion. This tag assignment
-- is inserted after the declaration, but if the object has an address
-- clause the assignment is handled as part of the freezing of the object,
-- see Check_Address_Clause.
function Needs_Simple_Initialization
(T : Entity_Id;
Consider_IS : Boolean := True) return Boolean;
-- Certain types need initialization even though there is no specific
-- initialization routine:
-- Access types (which need initializing to null)
-- All scalar types if Normalize_Scalars mode set
-- Descendants of standard string types if Normalize_Scalars mode set
-- Scalar types having a Default_Value attribute
-- Regarding Initialize_Scalars mode, this is ignored if Consider_IS is
-- set to False, but if Consider_IS is set to True, then the cases above
-- mentioning Normalize_Scalars also apply for Initialize_Scalars mode.
function Get_Simple_Init_Val
(T : Entity_Id;
N : Node_Id;
Size : Uint := No_Uint) return Node_Id;
-- For a type which Needs_Simple_Initialization (see above), prepares the
-- tree for an expression representing the required initial value. N is a
-- node whose source location used in constructing this tree which is
-- returned as the result of the call. The Size parameter indicates the
-- target size of the object if it is known (indicated by a value that is
-- not No_Uint and is greater than zero). If Size is not given (Size set to
-- No_Uint, or non-positive), then the Esize of T is used as an estimate of
-- the Size. The object size is needed to prepare a known invalid value for
-- use by Normalize_Scalars. A call to this routine where T is a scalar
-- type is only valid if we are in Normalize_Scalars or Initialize_Scalars
-- mode, or if N is the node for a 'Invalid_Value attribute node.
end Exp_Ch3;