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* GNAT was originally developed by the GNAT team at New York University. *
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/* This file corresponds to the Ada package body Uintp. It was created
manually from the files and uintp.adb. */
#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "coretypes.h"
#include "tm.h"
#include "vec.h"
#include "alias.h"
#include "tree.h"
#include "inchash.h"
#include "fold-const.h"
#include "ada.h"
#include "types.h"
#include "uintp.h"
#include "sinfo.h"
#include "ada-tree.h"
#include "gigi.h"
/* Universal integers are represented by the Uint type which is an index into
the Uints_Ptr table containing Uint_Entry values. A Uint_Entry contains an
index and length for getting the "digits" of the universal integer from the
Udigits_Ptr table.
For efficiency, this method is used only for integer values larger than the
constant Uint_Bias. If a Uint is less than this constant, then it contains
the integer value itself.
First define a utility function that is build_int_cst for integral types and
does a conversion for floating-point types. */
static tree
build_cst_from_int (tree type, HOST_WIDE_INT low)
return convert (type, build_int_cst (gnat_type_for_size (32, 0), low));
return build_int_cst (type, low);
/* Similar to UI_To_Int, but return a GCC INTEGER_CST or REAL_CST node,
depending on whether TYPE is an integral or real type. Overflow is tested
by the constant-folding used to build the node. TYPE is the GCC type of
the resulting node. */
UI_To_gnu (Uint Input, tree type)
/* We might have a TYPE with biased representation and be passed an unbiased
value that doesn't fit. We always use an unbiased type to be able to hold
any such possible value for intermediate computations and then rely on a
conversion back to TYPE to perform the bias adjustment when need be. */
tree comp_type
? get_base_type (type) : type;
tree gnu_ret;
if (Input <= Uint_Direct_Last)
gnu_ret = build_cst_from_int (comp_type, Input - Uint_Direct_Bias);
Int Idx = (*Uints_Ptr)[Input - Uint_Table_Start].Loc;
Pos Length = (*Uints_Ptr)[Input - Uint_Table_Start].Length;
Int First = (*Udigits_Ptr)[Idx];
tree gnu_base;
gcc_assert (Length > 0);
/* The computations we perform below always require a type at least as
large as an integer not to overflow. FP types are always fine, but
INTEGER or ENUMERAL types we are handed may be too short. We use a
base integer type node for the computations in this case and will
convert the final result back to the incoming type later on. */
if (!SCALAR_FLOAT_TYPE_P (comp_type) && TYPE_PRECISION (comp_type) < 32)
comp_type = gnat_type_for_size (32, 0);
gnu_base = build_cst_from_int (comp_type, Base);
gnu_ret = build_cst_from_int (comp_type, First);
if (First < 0)
for (Idx++, Length--; Length; Idx++, Length--)
gnu_ret = fold_build2 (MINUS_EXPR, comp_type,
fold_build2 (MULT_EXPR, comp_type,
gnu_ret, gnu_base),
build_cst_from_int (comp_type,
for (Idx++, Length--; Length; Idx++, Length--)
gnu_ret = fold_build2 (PLUS_EXPR, comp_type,
fold_build2 (MULT_EXPR, comp_type,
gnu_ret, gnu_base),
build_cst_from_int (comp_type,
gnu_ret = convert (type, gnu_ret);
/* We don't need any NOP_EXPR or NON_LVALUE_EXPR on GNU_RET. */
while ((TREE_CODE (gnu_ret) == NOP_EXPR
|| TREE_CODE (gnu_ret) == NON_LVALUE_EXPR)
&& TREE_TYPE (TREE_OPERAND (gnu_ret, 0)) == TREE_TYPE (gnu_ret))
gnu_ret = TREE_OPERAND (gnu_ret, 0);
return gnu_ret;
/* Similar to UI_From_Int, but take a GCC INTEGER_CST. We use UI_From_Int
when possible, i.e. for a 32-bit signed value, to take advantage of its
built-in caching mechanism. For values of larger magnitude, we compute
digits into a vector and call Vector_To_Uint. */
UI_From_gnu (tree Input)
tree gnu_type = TREE_TYPE (Input), gnu_base, gnu_temp;
/* UI_Base is defined so that 5 Uint digits is sufficient to hold the
largest possible signed 64-bit value. */
const int Max_For_Dint = 5;
int v[Max_For_Dint];
Vector_Template temp;
Int_Vector vec;
#error unsupported HOST_BITS_PER_WIDE_INT setting
/* On 64-bit hosts, tree_fits_shwi_p tells whether the input fits in
a signed 64-bit integer. Then a truncation tells whether it fits
in a signed 32-bit integer. */
if (tree_fits_shwi_p (Input))
HOST_WIDE_INT hw_input = tree_to_shwi (Input);
if (hw_input == (int) hw_input)
return UI_From_Int (hw_input);
return No_Uint;
gnu_base = build_int_cst (gnu_type, UI_Base);
gnu_temp = Input;
for (int i = Max_For_Dint - 1; i >= 0; i--)
v[i] = tree_to_shwi (fold_build1 (ABS_EXPR, gnu_type,
fold_build2 (TRUNC_MOD_EXPR, gnu_type,
gnu_temp, gnu_base)));
gnu_temp = fold_build2 (TRUNC_DIV_EXPR, gnu_type, gnu_temp, gnu_base);
temp.Low_Bound = 1;
temp.High_Bound = Max_For_Dint;
vec.Bounds = &temp;
vec.Array = v;
return Vector_To_Uint (vec, tree_int_cst_sgn (Input) < 0);