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-- Package containing utility procedures used throughout the semantics
with Aspects; use Aspects;
with Atree; use Atree;
with Einfo; use Einfo;
with Einfo.Entities; use Einfo.Entities;
with Exp_Tss; use Exp_Tss;
with Namet; use Namet;
with Opt; use Opt;
with Snames; use Snames;
with Types; use Types;
with Uintp; use Uintp;
with Urealp; use Urealp;
package Sem_Util is
function Abstract_Interface_List (Typ : Entity_Id) return List_Id;
-- The list of interfaces implemented by Typ. Empty if there are none,
-- including the cases where there can't be any because e.g. the type is
-- not tagged.
type Accessibility_Level_Kind is
(Dynamic_Level,
Object_Decl_Level,
Zero_On_Dynamic_Level);
-- Accessibility_Level_Kind is an enumerated type which captures the
-- different modes in which an accessibility level could be obtained for
-- a given expression.
-- When in the context of the function Accessibility_Level,
-- Accessibility_Level_Kind signals what type of accessibility level to
-- obtain. For example, when Level is Dynamic_Level, a defining identifier
-- associated with a SAOOAAT may be returned or an N_Integer_Literal node.
-- When the level is Object_Decl_Level, an N_Integer_Literal node is
-- returned containing the level of the declaration of the object if
-- relevant (be it a SAOOAAT or otherwise). Finally, Zero_On_Dynamic_Level
-- returns library level for all cases where the accessibility level is
-- dynamic (used to bypass static accessibility checks in dynamic cases).
function Accessibility_Level
(Expr : Node_Id;
Level : Accessibility_Level_Kind;
In_Return_Context : Boolean := False;
Allow_Alt_Model : Boolean := True) return Node_Id;
-- Centralized accessibility level calculation routine for finding the
-- accessibility level of a given expression Expr.
-- In_Return_Context forces the Accessibility_Level calculations to be
-- carried out "as if" Expr existed in a return value. This is useful for
-- calculating the accessibility levels for discriminant associations
-- and return aggregates.
-- The Allow_Alt_Model parameter allows the alternative level calculation
-- under the restriction No_Dynamic_Accessibility_Checks to be performed.
function Acquire_Warning_Match_String (Str_Lit : Node_Id) return String;
-- Used by pragma Warnings (Off, string), and Warn_As_Error (string) to get
-- the given string argument, adding leading and trailing asterisks if they
-- are not already present. Str_Lit is the static value of the pragma
-- argument.
procedure Add_Access_Type_To_Process (E : Entity_Id; A : Entity_Id);
-- Add A to the list of access types to process when expanding the
-- freeze node of E.
procedure Add_Block_Identifier (N : Node_Id; Id : out Entity_Id);
-- Given a block statement N, generate an internal E_Block label and make
-- it the identifier of the block. Id denotes the generated entity. If the
-- block already has an identifier, Id returns the entity of its label.
procedure Add_Global_Declaration (N : Node_Id);
-- These procedures adds a declaration N at the library level, to be
-- elaborated before any other code in the unit. It is used for example
-- for the entity that marks whether a unit has been elaborated. The
-- declaration is added to the Declarations list of the Aux_Decls_Node
-- for the current unit. The declarations are added in the current scope,
-- so the caller should push a new scope as required before the call.
function Add_Suffix (E : Entity_Id; Suffix : Character) return Name_Id;
-- Returns the name of E adding Suffix
function Address_Integer_Convert_OK (T1, T2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given two types, returns True if we are in Allow_Integer_Address mode
-- and one of the types is (a descendant of) System.Address (and this type
-- is private), and the other type is any integer type.
function Address_Value (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Return the underlying value of the expression N of an address clause
function Addressable (V : Uint) return Boolean;
function Addressable (V : Int) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Addressable);
-- Returns True if the value of V is the word size or an addressable factor
-- or multiple of the word size (typically 8, 16, 32, 64 or 128).
procedure Aggregate_Constraint_Checks
(Exp : Node_Id;
Check_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Checks expression Exp against subtype Check_Typ. If Exp is an aggregate
-- and Check_Typ a constrained record type with discriminants, we generate
-- the appropriate discriminant checks. If Exp is an array aggregate then
-- emit the appropriate length checks. If Exp is a scalar type, or a string
-- literal, Exp is changed into Check_Typ'(Exp) to ensure that range checks
-- are performed at run time. Also used for expressions in the argument of
-- 'Update, which shares some of the features of an aggregate.
function Alignment_In_Bits (E : Entity_Id) return Uint;
-- If the alignment of the type or object E is currently known to the
-- compiler, then this function returns the alignment value in bits.
-- Otherwise Uint_0 is returned, indicating that the alignment of the
-- entity is not yet known to the compiler.
function All_Composite_Constraints_Static (Constr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Used to implement pragma Restrictions (No_Dynamic_Sized_Objects).
-- Given a constraint or subtree of a constraint on a composite
-- subtype/object, returns True if there are no nonstatic constraints,
-- which might cause objects to be created with dynamic size.
-- Called for subtype declarations (including implicit ones created for
-- subtype indications in object declarations, as well as discriminated
-- record aggregate cases). For record aggregates, only records containing
-- discriminant-dependent arrays matter, because the discriminants must be
-- static when governing a variant part. Access discriminants are
-- irrelevant. Also called for array aggregates, but only named notation,
-- because those are the only dynamic cases.
procedure Append_Entity_Name (Buf : in out Bounded_String; E : Entity_Id);
-- Recursive procedure to construct string for qualified name of enclosing
-- program unit. The qualification stops at an enclosing scope has no
-- source name (block or loop). If entity is a subprogram instance, skip
-- enclosing wrapper package. The name is appended to Buf.
procedure Append_Inherited_Subprogram (S : Entity_Id);
-- If the parent of the operation is declared in the visible part of
-- the current scope, the inherited operation is visible even though the
-- derived type that inherits the operation may be completed in the private
-- part of the current package.
procedure Apply_Compile_Time_Constraint_Error
(N : Node_Id;
Msg : String;
Reason : RT_Exception_Code;
Ent : Entity_Id := Empty;
Typ : Entity_Id := Empty;
Loc : Source_Ptr := No_Location;
Warn : Boolean := False;
Emit_Message : Boolean := True);
-- N is a subexpression that will raise Constraint_Error when evaluated
-- at run time. Msg is a message that explains the reason for raising the
-- exception. The last character is ? if the message is always a warning,
-- even in Ada 95, and is not a ? if the message represents an illegality
-- (because of violation of static expression rules) in Ada 95 (but not
-- in Ada 83). Typically this routine posts all messages at the Sloc of
-- node N. However, if Loc /= No_Location, Loc is the Sloc used to output
-- the message. After posting the appropriate message, this routine
-- replaces the expression with an appropriate N_Raise_Constraint_Error
-- node using the given Reason code. This node is then marked as being
-- static if the original node is static, but sets the flag
-- Raises_Constraint_Error, preventing further evaluation. The error
-- message may contain a } or & insertion character. This normally
-- references Etype (N), unless the Ent argument is given explicitly, in
-- which case it is used instead. The type of the raise node that is built
-- is normally Etype (N), but if the Typ parameter is present, this is used
-- instead. Warn is normally False. If it is True then the message is
-- treated as a warning even though it does not end with a ? (this is used
-- when the caller wants to parameterize whether an error or warning is
-- given), or when the message should be treated as a warning even when
-- SPARK_Mode is On (which otherwise would force an error).
-- If Emit_Message is False, then do not emit any message.
function Async_Readers_Enabled (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Id should be the entity of a state abstraction, an object, or a type.
-- Returns True iff Id is subject to external property Async_Readers.
function Async_Writers_Enabled (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Id should be the entity of a state abstraction, an object, or a type.
-- Returns True iff Id is subject to external property Async_Writers.
function Available_Full_View_Of_Component (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- If at the point of declaration an array type has a private or limited
-- component, several array operations are not available on the type, and
-- the array type is flagged accordingly. If in the immediate scope of
-- the array type the component becomes non-private or non-limited, these
-- operations become available. This can happen if the scopes of both types
-- are open, and the scope of the array is not outside the scope of the
-- component.
procedure Bad_Attribute
(N : Node_Id;
Nam : Name_Id;
Warn : Boolean := False);
-- Called when node N is expected to contain a valid attribute name, and
-- Nam is found instead. If Warn is set True this is a warning, else this
-- is an error.
procedure Bad_Predicated_Subtype_Use
(Msg : String;
N : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id;
Suggest_Static : Boolean := False);
-- This is called when Typ, a predicated subtype, is used in a context
-- which does not allow the use of a predicated subtype. Msg is passed to
-- Error_Msg_FE to output an appropriate message using N as the location,
-- and Typ as the entity. The caller must set up any insertions other than
-- the & for the type itself. Note that if Typ is a generic actual type,
-- then the message will be output as a warning, and a raise Program_Error
-- is inserted using Insert_Action with node N as the insertion point. Node
-- N also supplies the source location for construction of the raise node.
-- If Typ does not have any predicates, the call has no effect. Set flag
-- Suggest_Static when the context warrants an advice on how to avoid the
-- use error.
function Bad_Unordered_Enumeration_Reference
(N : Node_Id;
T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Node N contains a potentially dubious reference to type T, either an
-- explicit comparison, or an explicit range. This function returns True
-- if the type T is an enumeration type for which No pragma Order has been
-- given, and the reference N is not in the same extended source unit as
-- the declaration of T.
function Begin_Keyword_Location (N : Node_Id) return Source_Ptr;
-- Given block statement, entry body, package body, subprogram body, or
-- task body N, return the closest source location to the "begin" keyword.
function Build_Actual_Subtype
(T : Entity_Id;
N : Node_Or_Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Build an anonymous subtype for an entity or expression, using the
-- bounds of the entity or the discriminants of the enclosing record.
-- T is the type for which the actual subtype is required, and N is either
-- a defining identifier, or any subexpression.
function Build_Actual_Subtype_Of_Component
(T : Entity_Id;
N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Determine whether a selected component has a type that depends on
-- discriminants, and build actual subtype for it if so.
-- Handling of inherited primitives whose ancestors have class-wide
-- pre/postconditions.
-- If a primitive operation of a parent type has a class-wide pre/post-
-- condition that includes calls to other primitives, and that operation
-- is inherited by a descendant type that also overrides some of these
-- other primitives, the condition that applies to the inherited
-- operation has a modified condition in which the overridden primitives
-- have been replaced by the primitives of the descendent type. A call
-- to the inherited operation cannot be simply a call to the parent
-- operation (with an appropriate conversion) as is the case for other
-- inherited operations, but must appear with a wrapper subprogram to which
-- the modified conditions apply. Furthermore the call to the parent
-- operation must not be subject to the original class-wide condition,
-- given that modified conditions apply. To implement these semantics
-- economically we create a subprogram body (a "class-wide clone") to
-- which no pre/postconditions apply, and we create bodies for the
-- original and the inherited operation that have their respective
-- pre/postconditions and simply call the clone. The following operations
-- take care of constructing declaration and body of the clone, and
-- building the calls to it within the appropriate wrappers.
procedure Build_Constrained_Itype
(N : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id;
New_Assoc_List : List_Id);
-- Build a constrained itype for the newly created record aggregate N and
-- set it as a type of N. The itype will have Typ as its base type and
-- will be constrained by the values of discriminants from the component
-- association list New_Assoc_List.
-- ??? This code used to be pretty much a copy of Build_Subtype, but now
-- those two routines behave differently for types with unknown
-- discriminants. They are both exported in from this package in the hope
-- to eventually unify them (a not duplicate them even more until then).
-- ??? Performance WARNING. The current implementation creates a new itype
-- for all aggregates whose base type is discriminated. This means that
-- for record aggregates nested inside an array aggregate we will create
-- a new itype for each record aggregate if the array component type has
-- discriminants. For large aggregates this may be a problem. What should
-- be done in this case is to reuse itypes as much as possible.
function Build_Default_Subtype
(T : Entity_Id;
N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- If T is an unconstrained type with defaulted discriminants, build a
-- subtype constrained by the default values, insert the subtype
-- declaration in the tree before N, and return the entity of that
-- subtype. Otherwise, simply return T.
function Build_Discriminal_Subtype_Of_Component
(T : Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Determine whether a record component has a type that depends on
-- discriminants, and build actual subtype for it if so.
procedure Build_Elaboration_Entity (N : Node_Id; Spec_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Given a compilation unit node N, allocate an elaboration counter for
-- the compilation unit, and install it in the Elaboration_Entity field
-- of Spec_Id, the entity for the compilation unit.
procedure Build_Explicit_Dereference
(Expr : Node_Id;
Disc : Entity_Id);
-- AI05-139: Names with implicit dereference. If the expression N is a
-- reference type and the context imposes the corresponding designated
-- type, convert N into N.Disc.all. Such expressions are always over-
-- loaded with both interpretations, and the dereference interpretation
-- carries the name of the reference discriminant.
function Build_Overriding_Spec
(Op : Entity_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Build a subprogram specification for the wrapper of an inherited
-- operation with a modified pre- or postcondition (See AI12-0113).
-- Op is the parent operation, and Typ is the descendant type that
-- inherits the operation.
function Build_Subtype
(Related_Node : Node_Id;
Loc : Source_Ptr;
Typ : Entity_Id;
Constraints : List_Id)
return Entity_Id;
-- Typ is an array or discriminated type, Constraints is a list of
-- constraints that apply to Typ. This routine builds the constrained
-- subtype using Loc as the source location and attached this subtype
-- declaration to Related_Node. The returned subtype inherits predicates
-- from Typ.
-- ??? The routine is mostly a duplicate of Build_Constrained_Itype, so be
-- careful which of the two better suits your needs (and certainly do not
-- duplicate their code).
function Cannot_Raise_Constraint_Error (Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the expression cannot possibly raise Constraint_Error.
-- The response is conservative in the sense that a result of False does
-- not necessarily mean that CE could be raised, but a response of True
-- means that for sure CE cannot be raised.
procedure Check_Ambiguous_Aggregate (Call : Node_Id);
-- Additional information on an ambiguous call in Ada_2022 when a
-- subprogram call has an actual that is an aggregate, and the
-- presence of container aggregates (or types with the correwponding
-- aspect) provides an additional interpretation. Message indicates
-- that an aggregate actual should carry a type qualification.
procedure Check_Dynamically_Tagged_Expression
(Expr : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id;
Related_Nod : Node_Id);
-- Check wrong use of dynamically tagged expression
procedure Check_Fully_Declared (T : Entity_Id; N : Node_Id);
-- Verify that the full declaration of type T has been seen. If not, place
-- error message on node N. Used in object declarations, type conversions
-- and qualified expressions.
procedure Check_Function_With_Address_Parameter (Subp_Id : Entity_Id);
-- A subprogram that has an Address parameter and is declared in a Pure
-- package is not considered Pure, because the parameter may be used as a
-- pointer and the referenced data may change even if the address value
-- itself does not.
-- If the programmer gave an explicit Pure_Function pragma, then we respect
-- the pragma and leave the subprogram Pure.
procedure Check_Function_Writable_Actuals (N : Node_Id);
-- (Ada 2012): If the construct N has two or more direct constituents that
-- are names or expressions whose evaluation may occur in an arbitrary
-- order, at least one of which contains a function call with an in out or
-- out parameter, then the construct is legal only if: for each name that
-- is passed as a parameter of mode in out or out to some inner function
-- call C2 (not including the construct N itself), there is no other name
-- anywhere within a direct constituent of the construct C other than
-- the one containing C2, that is known to refer to the same object (RM
-- 6.4.1(6.17/3)).
procedure Check_Implicit_Dereference (N : Node_Id; Typ : Entity_Id);
-- AI05-139-2: Accessors and iterators for containers. This procedure
-- checks whether T is a reference type, and if so it adds an interprettion
-- to N whose type is the designated type of the reference_discriminant.
-- If N is a generalized indexing operation, the interpretation is added
-- both to the corresponding function call, and to the indexing node.
procedure Check_Internal_Protected_Use (N : Node_Id; Nam : Entity_Id);
-- Within a protected function, the current object is a constant, and
-- internal calls to a procedure or entry are illegal. Similarly, other
-- uses of a protected procedure in a renaming or a generic instantiation
-- in the context of a protected function are illegal (AI05-0225).
procedure Check_Later_Vs_Basic_Declarations
(Decls : List_Id;
During_Parsing : Boolean);
-- If During_Parsing is True, check for misplacement of later vs basic
-- declarations in Ada 83. If During_Parsing is False, and the SPARK
-- restriction is set, do the same: although SPARK 95 removes the
-- distinction between initial and later declarative items, the distinction
-- remains in the Examiner (JB01-005). Note that the Examiner does not
-- count package declarations in later declarative items.
procedure Check_No_Hidden_State (Id : Entity_Id);
-- Determine whether object or state Id introduces a hidden state. If this
-- is the case, emit an error.
procedure Check_Inherited_Nonoverridable_Aspects
(Inheritor : Entity_Id;
Interface_List : List_Id;
Parent_Type : Entity_Id);
-- Verify consistency of inherited nonoverridable aspects
-- when aspects are inherited from more than one source.
-- Parent_Type may be void (e.g., for a tagged task/protected type
-- whose declaration includes a non-empty interface list).
-- In the error case, error message is associate with Inheritor;
-- Inheritor parameter is otherwise unused.
procedure Check_Nonvolatile_Function_Profile (Func_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Verify that the profile of nonvolatile function Func_Id does not contain
-- effectively volatile parameters or return type for reading.
procedure Check_Part_Of_Reference (Var_Id : Entity_Id; Ref : Node_Id);
-- Verify the legality of reference Ref to variable Var_Id when the
-- variable is a constituent of a single protected/task type.
procedure Check_Potentially_Blocking_Operation (N : Node_Id);
-- N is one of the statement forms that is a potentially blocking
-- operation. If it appears within a protected action, emit warning.
procedure Check_Previous_Null_Procedure
(Decl : Node_Id;
Prev : Entity_Id);
-- A null procedure or a subprogram renaming can complete a previous
-- declaration, unless that previous declaration is itself a null
-- procedure. This must be treated specially because the analysis of
-- the null procedure leaves the corresponding entity as having no
-- completion, because its completion is provided by a generated body
-- inserted after all other declarations.
procedure Check_Result_And_Post_State (Subp_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Determine whether the contract of subprogram Subp_Id mentions attribute
-- 'Result and it contains an expression that evaluates differently in pre-
-- and post-state.
procedure Check_State_Refinements
(Context : Node_Id;
Is_Main_Unit : Boolean := False);
-- Verify that all abstract states declared in a block statement, entry
-- body, package body, protected body, subprogram body, task body, or a
-- package declaration denoted by Context have proper refinement. Emit an
-- error if this is not the case. Flag Is_Main_Unit should be set when
-- Context denotes the main compilation unit.
procedure Check_Unused_Body_States (Body_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Verify that all abstract states and objects declared in the state space
-- of package body Body_Id are used as constituents. Emit an error if this
-- is not the case.
procedure Check_Unprotected_Access
(Context : Node_Id;
Expr : Node_Id);
-- Check whether the expression is a pointer to a protected component,
-- and the context is external to the protected operation, to warn against
-- a possible unlocked access to data.
procedure Check_Volatility_Compatibility
(Id1, Id2 : Entity_Id;
Description_1, Description_2 : String;
Srcpos_Bearer : Node_Id);
-- Id1 and Id2 should each be the entity of a state abstraction, a
-- variable, or a type (i.e., something suitable for passing to
-- Async_Readers_Enabled and similar functions).
-- Does nothing if SPARK_Mode /= On. Otherwise, flags a legality violation
-- if one or more of the four volatility-related aspects is False for Id1
-- and True for Id2. The two descriptions are included in the error message
-- text; the source position for the generated message is determined by
-- Srcpos_Bearer.
function Choice_List (N : Node_Id) return List_Id;
-- Utility to retrieve the choices of a Component_Association or the
-- Discrete_Choices of an Iterated_Component_Association. For various
-- reasons these nodes have a different structure even though they play
-- similar roles in array aggregates.
type Condition_Kind is
(Ignored_Class_Precondition,
Ignored_Class_Postcondition,
Class_Precondition,
Class_Postcondition);
-- Kind of class-wide conditions
function Class_Condition
(Kind : Condition_Kind;
Subp : Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Class-wide Kind condition of Subp
function Collect_Body_States (Body_Id : Entity_Id) return Elist_Id;
-- Gather the entities of all abstract states and objects declared in the
-- body state space of package body Body_Id.
procedure Collect_Interfaces
(T : Entity_Id;
Ifaces_List : out Elist_Id;
Exclude_Parents : Boolean := False;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := True);
-- Ada 2005 (AI-251): Collect whole list of abstract interfaces that are
-- directly or indirectly implemented by T. Exclude_Parents is used to
-- avoid the addition of inherited interfaces to the generated list.
-- Use_Full_View is used to collect the interfaces using the full-view
-- (if available).
procedure Collect_Interface_Components
(Tagged_Type : Entity_Id;
Components_List : out Elist_Id);
-- Ada 2005 (AI-251): Collect all the tag components associated with the
-- secondary dispatch tables of a tagged type.
procedure Collect_Interfaces_Info
(T : Entity_Id;
Ifaces_List : out Elist_Id;
Components_List : out Elist_Id;
Tags_List : out Elist_Id);
-- Ada 2005 (AI-251): Collect all the interfaces associated with T plus
-- the record component and tag associated with each of these interfaces.
-- On exit Ifaces_List, Components_List and Tags_List have the same number
-- of elements, and elements at the same position on these tables provide
-- information on the same interface type.
procedure Collect_Parents
(T : Entity_Id;
List : out Elist_Id;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := True);
-- Collect all the parents of Typ. Use_Full_View is used to collect them
-- using the full-view of private parents (if available).
function Collect_Primitive_Operations (T : Entity_Id) return Elist_Id;
-- Called upon type derivation and extension. We scan the declarative part
-- in which the type appears, and collect subprograms that have one
-- subsidiary subtype of the type. These subprograms can only appear after
-- the type itself.
function Compile_Time_Constraint_Error
(N : Node_Id;
Msg : String;
Ent : Entity_Id := Empty;
Loc : Source_Ptr := No_Location;
Warn : Boolean := False;
Extra_Msg : String := "") return Node_Id;
-- This is similar to Apply_Compile_Time_Constraint_Error in that it
-- generates a warning (or error) message in the same manner, but it does
-- not replace any nodes. For convenience, the function always returns its
-- first argument. The message is a warning if the message ends with ?, or
-- we are operating in Ada 83 mode, or the Warn parameter is set to True.
-- If Extra_Msg is not a null string, then it's associated with N and
-- emitted immediately after the main message (and before output of any
-- message indicating that Constraint_Error will be raised).
procedure Compute_Returns_By_Ref (Func : Entity_Id);
-- Set the Returns_By_Ref flag on Func if appropriate
generic
with function Predicate (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
function Collect_Types_In_Hierarchy
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Examine_Components : Boolean := False) return Elist_Id;
-- Inspect the ancestor and progenitor types of Typ and Typ itself -
-- collecting those for which function Predicate is True. The resulting
-- list is ordered in a type-to-ultimate-ancestor fashion.
-- When Examine_Components is True, components types in the hierarchy also
-- get collected.
procedure Conditional_Delay (New_Ent, Old_Ent : Entity_Id);
-- Sets the Has_Delayed_Freeze flag of New_Ent if the Delayed_Freeze flag
-- of Old_Ent is set and Old_Ent has not yet been Frozen (i.e. Is_Frozen is
-- False).
function Copy_Component_List
(R_Typ : Entity_Id;
Loc : Source_Ptr) return List_Id;
-- Copy components from record type R_Typ that come from source. Used to
-- create a new compatible record type. Loc is the source location assigned
-- to the created nodes.
function Copy_Parameter_List (Subp_Id : Entity_Id) return List_Id;
-- Utility to create a parameter profile for a new subprogram spec, when
-- the subprogram has a body that acts as spec. This is done for some cases
-- of inlining, and for private protected ops. Also used to create bodies
-- for stubbed subprograms.
procedure Copy_SPARK_Mode_Aspect (From : Node_Id; To : Node_Id);
-- Copy the SPARK_Mode aspect if present in the aspect specifications
-- of node From to node To. On entry it is assumed that To does not have
-- aspect specifications. If From has no aspects, the routine has no
-- effect.
function Copy_Subprogram_Spec (Spec : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Replicate a function or a procedure specification denoted by Spec. The
-- resulting tree is an exact duplicate of the original tree. New entities
-- are created for the unit name and the formal parameters.
function Corresponding_Generic_Type (T : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- If a type is a generic actual type, return the corresponding formal in
-- the generic parent unit. There is no direct link in the tree for this
-- attribute, except in the case of formal private and derived types.
-- Possible optimization???
function Corresponding_Primitive_Op
(Ancestor_Op : Entity_Id;
Descendant_Type : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given a primitive subprogram of a tagged type and a (distinct)
-- descendant type of that type, find the corresponding primitive
-- subprogram of the descendant type.
function Current_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
pragma Inline (Current_Entity);
-- Find the currently visible definition for a given identifier, that is to
-- say the first entry in the visibility chain for the Chars of N.
function Current_Entity_In_Scope (N : Name_Id) return Entity_Id;
function Current_Entity_In_Scope (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find whether there is a previous definition for name or identifier N in
-- the current scope. Because declarations for a scope are not necessarily
-- contiguous (e.g. for packages) the first entry on the visibility chain
-- for N is not necessarily in the current scope.
function Current_Scope return Entity_Id;
-- Get entity representing current scope
function Current_Scope_No_Loops return Entity_Id;
-- Return the current scope ignoring internally generated loops
function Current_Subprogram return Entity_Id;
-- Returns current enclosing subprogram. If Current_Scope is a subprogram,
-- then that is what is returned, otherwise the Enclosing_Subprogram of the
-- Current_Scope is returned. The returned value is Empty if this is called
-- from a library package which is not within any subprogram.
function CW_Or_Has_Controlled_Part (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if T is a class-wide type, or if it has controlled parts ("part"
-- means T or any of its subcomponents). Same as Needs_Finalization, except
-- when pragma Restrictions (No_Finalization) applies, in which case we
-- know that class-wide objects do not contain controlled parts.
function Deepest_Type_Access_Level
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Allow_Alt_Model : Boolean := True) return Uint;
-- Same as Type_Access_Level, except that if the type is the type of an Ada
-- 2012 stand-alone object of an anonymous access type, then return the
-- static accessibility level of the object. In that case, the dynamic
-- accessibility level of the object may take on values in a range. The low
-- bound of that range is returned by Type_Access_Level; this function
-- yields the high bound of that range. Also differs from Type_Access_Level
-- in the case of a descendant of a generic formal type (returns Int'Last
-- instead of 0).
-- The Allow_Alt_Model parameter allows the alternative level calculation
-- under the restriction No_Dynamic_Accessibility_Checks to be performed.
function Defining_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given a declaration N, returns the associated defining entity. If the
-- declaration has a specification, the entity is obtained from the
-- specification. If the declaration has a defining unit name, then the
-- defining entity is obtained from the defining unit name ignoring any
-- child unit prefixes.
--
-- Iterator loops also have a defining entity, which holds the list of
-- local entities declared during loop expansion. These entities need
-- debugging information, generated through Qualify_Entity_Names, and
-- the loop declaration must be placed in the table Name_Qualify_Units.
-- WARNING: There is a matching C declaration of this subprogram in fe.h
function Defining_Entity_Or_Empty (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- This is equivalent to Defining_Entity but it returns Empty for nodes
-- without an entity instead of raising Program_Error.
function Denotes_Discriminant
(N : Node_Id;
Check_Concurrent : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if node N is an Entity_Name node for a discriminant. If the
-- flag Check_Concurrent is true, function also returns true when N denotes
-- the discriminal of the discriminant of a concurrent type. This is needed
-- to disable some optimizations on private components of protected types,
-- and constraint checks on entry families constrained by discriminants.
function Denotes_Same_Object (A1, A2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Detect suspicious overlapping between actuals in a call, when both are
-- writable (RM 2012 6.4.1(6.4/3)).
function Denotes_Same_Prefix (A1, A2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Functions to detect suspicious overlapping between actuals in a call,
-- when one of them is writable. The predicates are those proposed in
-- AI05-0144, to detect dangerous order dependence in complex calls.
-- I would add a parameter Warn which enables more extensive testing of
-- cases as we find appropriate when we are only warning ??? Or perhaps
-- return an indication of (Error, Warn, OK) ???
function Denotes_Variable (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if node N denotes a single variable without parentheses
function Depends_On_Discriminant (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if N denotes a discriminant or if N is a range, a subtype
-- indication or a scalar subtype where one of the bounds is a
-- discriminant.
function Derivation_Too_Early_To_Inherit
(Typ : Entity_Id; Streaming_Op : TSS_Name_Type) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Typ is a derived type, the given Streaming_Op
-- (one of Read, Write, Input, or Output) is explicitly specified
-- for Typ's parent type, and that attribute specification is *not*
-- inherited by Typ because the declaration of Typ precedes that
-- of the attribute specification.
function Designate_Same_Unit
(Name1 : Node_Id;
Name2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Name1 and Name2 designate the same unit name; each of
-- these names is supposed to be a selected component name, an expanded
-- name, a defining program unit name or an identifier.
procedure Diagnose_Iterated_Component_Association (N : Node_Id);
-- Emit an error if iterated component association N is actually an illegal
-- quantified expression lacking a quantifier.
function Discriminated_Size (Comp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- If a component size is not static then a warning will be emitted
-- in Ravenscar or other restricted contexts. When a component is non-
-- static because of a discriminant constraint we can specialize the
-- warning by mentioning discriminants explicitly. This was created for
-- private components of protected objects, but is generally useful when
-- restriction No_Implicit_Heap_Allocation is active.
function Effective_Extra_Accessibility (Id : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Same as Einfo.Extra_Accessibility except thtat object renames
-- are looked through.
function Effective_Reads_Enabled (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Id should be the entity of a state abstraction, an object, or a type.
-- Returns True iff Id is subject to external property Effective_Reads.
function Effective_Writes_Enabled (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Id should be the entity of a state abstraction, an object, or a type.
-- Returns True iff Id is subject to external property Effective_Writes.
function Enclosing_Comp_Unit_Node (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the enclosing N_Compilation_Unit node that is the root of a
-- subtree containing N.
function Enclosing_CPP_Parent (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Returns the closest ancestor of Typ that is a CPP type.
function Enclosing_Declaration (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the declaration node enclosing N (including possibly N itself),
-- if any, or Empty otherwise.
function Enclosing_Generic_Body (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the Node_Id associated with the innermost enclosing generic
-- body, if any. If none, then returns Empty.
function Enclosing_Generic_Unit (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the Node_Id associated with the innermost enclosing generic
-- unit, if any. If none, then returns Empty.
function Enclosing_HSS (Stmt : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the nearest handled sequence of statements that encloses a given
-- statement, or Empty.
function Enclosing_Lib_Unit_Entity
(E : Entity_Id := Current_Scope) return Entity_Id;
-- Returns the entity of enclosing library unit node which is the root of
-- the current scope (which must not be Standard_Standard, and the caller
-- is responsible for ensuring this condition) or other specified entity.
function Enclosing_Lib_Unit_Node (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the N_Compilation_Unit node of the library unit that is directly
-- or indirectly (through a subunit) at the root of a subtree containing
-- N. This may be either the same as Enclosing_Comp_Unit_Node, or if
-- Enclosing_Comp_Unit_Node returns a subunit, then the corresponding
-- library unit. If no such item is found, returns Empty.
function Enclosing_Package (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Utility function to return the Ada entity of the package enclosing
-- the entity E, if any. Returns Empty if no enclosing package.
function Enclosing_Package_Or_Subprogram (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Returns the entity of the package or subprogram enclosing E, if any.
-- Returns Empty if no enclosing package or subprogram.
function Enclosing_Subprogram (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Utility function to return the Ada entity of the subprogram enclosing
-- the entity E, if any. Returns Empty if no enclosing subprogram.
function End_Keyword_Location (N : Node_Id) return Source_Ptr;
-- Given block statement, entry body, package body, package declaration,
-- protected body, [single] protected type declaration, subprogram body,
-- task body, or [single] task type declaration N, return the closest
-- source location of the "end" keyword.
procedure Ensure_Freeze_Node (E : Entity_Id);
-- Make sure a freeze node is allocated for entity E. If necessary, build
-- and initialize a new freeze node and set Has_Delayed_Freeze True for E.
procedure Enter_Name (Def_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Insert new name in symbol table of current scope with check for
-- duplications (error message is issued if a conflict is found).
-- Note: Enter_Name is not used for overloadable entities, instead these
-- are entered using Sem_Ch6.Enter_Overloaded_Entity.
function Entity_Of (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Obtain the entity of arbitrary node N. If N is a renaming, return the
-- entity of the earliest renamed source abstract state or whole object.
-- If no suitable entity is available, return Empty. This routine carries
-- out actions that are tied to SPARK semantics.
function Exceptions_OK return Boolean;
-- Determine whether exceptions are allowed to be caught, propagated, or
-- raised.
procedure Explain_Limited_Type (T : Entity_Id; N : Node_Id);
-- This procedure is called after issuing a message complaining about an
-- inappropriate use of limited type T. If useful, it adds additional
-- continuation lines to the message explaining why type T is limited.
-- Messages are placed at node N.
function Expression_Of_Expression_Function
(Subp : Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Return the expression of expression function Subp
type Extensions_Visible_Mode is
(Extensions_Visible_None,
-- Extensions_Visible does not yield a mode when SPARK_Mode is off. This
-- value acts as a default in a non-SPARK compilation.
Extensions_Visible_False,
-- A value of "False" signifies that Extensions_Visible is either
-- missing or the pragma is present and the value of its Boolean
-- expression is False.
Extensions_Visible_True);
-- A value of "True" signifies that Extensions_Visible is present and
-- the value of its Boolean expression is True.
function Extensions_Visible_Status
(Id : Entity_Id) return Extensions_Visible_Mode;
-- Given the entity of a subprogram or formal parameter subject to pragma
-- Extensions_Visible, return the Boolean value denoted by the expression
-- of the pragma.
procedure Find_Actual
(N : Node_Id;
Formal : out Entity_Id;
Call : out Node_Id);
-- Determines if the node N is an actual parameter of a function or a
-- procedure call. If so, then Formal points to the entity for the formal
-- (Ekind is E_In_Parameter, E_Out_Parameter, or E_In_Out_Parameter) and
-- Call is set to the node for the corresponding call. If the node N is not
-- an actual parameter then Formal and Call are set to Empty.
function Find_Body_Discriminal
(Spec_Discriminant : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given a discriminant of the record type that implements a task or
-- protected type, return the discriminal of the corresponding discriminant
-- of the actual concurrent type.
function Find_Corresponding_Discriminant
(Id : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Because discriminants may have different names in a generic unit and in
-- an instance, they are resolved positionally when possible. A reference
-- to a discriminant carries the discriminant that it denotes when it is
-- analyzed. Subsequent uses of this id on a different type denotes the
-- discriminant at the same position in this new type.
function Find_DIC_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Subsidiary to all Build_DIC_Procedure_xxx routines. Find the type which
-- defines the Default_Initial_Condition pragma of type Typ. This is either
-- Typ itself or a parent type when the pragma is inherited.
function Find_Enclosing_Iterator_Loop (Id : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find the nearest iterator loop which encloses arbitrary entity Id. If
-- such a loop exists, return the entity of its identifier (E_Loop scope),
-- otherwise return Empty.
function Find_Enclosing_Scope (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find the nearest scope which encloses arbitrary node N
function Find_Loop_In_Conditional_Block (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Find the nested loop statement in a conditional block. Loops subject to
-- attribute 'Loop_Entry are transformed into blocks. Parts of the original
-- loop are nested within the block.
procedure Find_Overlaid_Entity
(N : Node_Id;
Ent : out Entity_Id;
Off : out Boolean);
-- The node N should be an address representation clause. Determines if the
-- target expression is the address of an entity with an optional offset.
-- If so, set Ent to the entity and, if there is an offset, set Off to
-- True, otherwise to False. If it is not possible to determine that the
-- address is of this form, then set Ent to Empty.
function Find_Parameter_Type (Param : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Return the type of formal parameter Param as determined by its
-- specification.
-- The following type describes the placement of an arbitrary entity with
-- respect to SPARK visible / hidden state space.
type State_Space_Kind is
(Not_In_Package,
-- An entity is not in the visible, private or body state space when
-- the immediate enclosing construct is not a package.
Visible_State_Space,
-- An entity is in the visible state space when it appears immediately
-- within the visible declarations of a package or when it appears in
-- the visible state space of a nested package which in turn is declared
-- in the visible declarations of an enclosing package:
-- package Pack is
-- Visible_Variable : ...
-- package Nested
-- with Abstract_State => Visible_State
-- is
-- Visible_Nested_Variable : ...
-- end Nested;
-- end Pack;
-- Entities associated with a package instantiation inherit the state
-- space from the instance placement:
-- generic
-- package Gen is
-- Generic_Variable : ...
-- end Gen;
-- with Gen;
-- package Pack is
-- package Inst is new Gen;
-- -- Generic_Variable is in the visible state space of Pack
-- end Pack;
Private_State_Space,
-- An entity is in the private state space when it appears immediately
-- within the private declarations of a package or when it appears in
-- the visible state space of a nested package which in turn is declared
-- in the private declarations of an enclosing package:
-- package Pack is
-- private
-- Private_Variable : ...
-- package Nested
-- with Abstract_State => Private_State
-- is
-- Private_Nested_Variable : ...
-- end Nested;
-- end Pack;
-- The same placement principle applies to package instantiations
Body_State_Space);
-- An entity is in the body state space when it appears immediately
-- within the declarations of a package body or when it appears in the
-- visible state space of a nested package which in turn is declared in
-- the declarations of an enclosing package body:
-- package body Pack is
-- Body_Variable : ...
-- package Nested
-- with Abstract_State => Body_State
-- is
-- Body_Nested_Variable : ...
-- end Nested;
-- end Pack;
-- The same placement principle applies to package instantiations
procedure Find_Placement_In_State_Space
(Item_Id : Entity_Id;
Placement : out State_Space_Kind;
Pack_Id : out Entity_Id);
-- Determine the state space placement of an item. Item_Id denotes the
-- entity of an abstract state, object, or package instantiation. Placement
-- captures the precise placement of the item in the enclosing state space.
-- If the state space is that of a package, Pack_Id denotes its entity,
-- otherwise Pack_Id is Empty.
function Find_Primitive_Eq (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Locate primitive equality for type if it exists. Return Empty if it is
-- not available.
function Find_Specific_Type (CW : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find specific type of a class-wide type, and handle the case of an
-- incomplete type coming either from a limited_with clause or from an
-- incomplete type declaration. If resulting type is private return its
-- full view.
function Find_Static_Alternative (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- N is a case statement whose expression is a compile-time value.
-- Determine the alternative chosen, so that the code of non-selected
-- alternatives, and the warnings that may apply to them, are removed.
function First_Actual (Node : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Node is an N_Function_Call, N_Procedure_Call_Statement or
-- N_Entry_Call_Statement node. The result returned is the first actual
-- parameter in declaration order (not the order of parameters as they
-- appeared in the source, which can be quite different as a result of the
-- use of named parameters). Empty is returned for a call with no
-- parameters. The procedure for iterating through the actuals in
-- declaration order is to use this function to find the first actual, and
-- then use Next_Actual to obtain the next actual in declaration order.
-- Note that the value returned is always the expression (not the
-- N_Parameter_Association nodes, even if named association is used).
-- WARNING: There is a matching C declaration of this subprogram in fe.h
function First_Global
(Subp : Entity_Id;
Global_Mode : Name_Id;
Refined : Boolean := False) return Node_Id;
-- Returns the first global item of mode Global_Mode (which can be
-- Name_Input, Name_Output, Name_In_Out or Name_Proof_In) associated to
-- subprogram Subp, or Empty otherwise. If Refined is True, the global item
-- is retrieved from the Refined_Global aspect/pragma associated to the
-- body of Subp if present. Next_Global can be used to get the next global
-- item with the same mode.
function Fix_Msg (Id : Entity_Id; Msg : String) return String;
-- Replace all occurrences of a particular word in string Msg depending on
-- the Ekind of Id as follows:
-- * Replace "subprogram" with
-- - "entry" when Id is an entry [family]
-- - "task type" when Id is a single task object, task type or task
-- body.
-- * Replace "protected" with
-- - "task" when Id is a single task object, task type or task body
-- All other non-matching words remain as is
function From_Nested_Package (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- A type declared in a nested package may be frozen by a declaration
-- appearing after the package but before the package is frozen. If the
-- type has aspects that generate subprograms, these may contain references
-- to entities local to the nested package. In that case the package must
-- be installed on the scope stack to prevent spurious visibility errors.
procedure Gather_Components
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Comp_List : Node_Id;
Governed_By : List_Id;
Into : Elist_Id;
Report_Errors : out Boolean;
Allow_Compile_Time : Boolean := False;
Include_Interface_Tag : Boolean := False);
-- The purpose of this procedure is to gather the valid components in a
-- record type according to the values of its discriminants, in order to
-- validate the components of a record aggregate.
--
-- Typ is the type of the aggregate when its constrained discriminants
-- need to be collected, otherwise it is Empty.
--
-- Comp_List is an N_Component_List node.
--
-- Governed_By is a list of N_Component_Association nodes, where each
-- choice list contains the name of a discriminant and the expression
-- field gives its value. The values of the discriminants governing
-- the (possibly nested) variant parts in Comp_List are found in this
-- Component_Association List.
--
-- Into is the list where the valid components are appended. Note that
-- Into need not be an Empty list. If it's not, components are attached
-- to its tail.
--
-- Report_Errors is set to True if the values of the discriminants are
-- insufficiently static (see body for details of what that means).
--
-- Allow_Compile_Time if set to True, allows compile time known values in
-- Governed_By expressions in addition to static expressions.
--
-- Include_Interface_Tag if set to True, gather any interface tag
-- component, otherwise exclude them.
--
-- This procedure is also used when building a record subtype. If the
-- discriminant constraint of the subtype is static, the components of the
-- subtype are only those of the variants selected by the values of the
-- discriminants. Otherwise all components of the parent must be included
-- in the subtype for semantic analysis.
function Get_Dynamic_Accessibility (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Obtain the accessibility level for a given entity formal taking into
-- account both extra and minimum accessibility.
function Get_Actual_Subtype (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given a node for an expression, obtain the actual subtype of the
-- expression. In the case of a parameter where the formal is an
-- unconstrained array or discriminated type, this will be the previously
-- constructed subtype of the actual. Note that this is not quite the
-- "Actual Subtype" of the RM, since it is always a constrained type, i.e.
-- it is the subtype of the value of the actual. The actual subtype is also
-- returned in other cases where it has already been constructed for an
-- object. Otherwise the expression type is returned unchanged, except for
-- the case of an unconstrained array type, where an actual subtype is
-- created, using Insert_Actions if necessary to insert any associated
-- actions.
function Get_Actual_Subtype_If_Available (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- This is like Get_Actual_Subtype, except that it never constructs an
-- actual subtype. If an actual subtype is already available, i.e. the
-- Actual_Subtype field of the corresponding entity is set, then it is
-- returned. Otherwise the Etype of the node is returned.
function Get_Body_From_Stub (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Return the body node for a stub
function Get_Cursor_Type
(Aspect : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find Cursor type in scope of type Typ with Iterable aspect, by locating
-- primitive operation First. For use in resolving the other primitive
-- operations of an Iterable type and expanding loops and quantified
-- expressions over formal containers.
function Get_Cursor_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Find Cursor type in scope of type Typ with Iterable aspect, by locating
-- primitive operation First. For use after resolving the primitive
-- operations of an Iterable type.
function Get_Default_External_Name (E : Node_Or_Entity_Id) return Node_Id;
-- This is used to construct the string literal node representing a
-- default external name, i.e. one that is constructed from the name of an
-- entity, or (in the case of extended DEC import/export pragmas) an
-- identifier provided as the external name. Letters in the name are
-- according to the setting of Opt.External_Name_Default_Casing.
function Get_Enclosing_Object (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- If expression N references a part of an object, return this object.
-- Otherwise return Empty. Expression N should have been resolved already.
function Get_Generic_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Returns the true generic entity in an instantiation. If the name in the
-- instantiation is a renaming, the function returns the renamed generic.
function Get_Incomplete_View_Of_Ancestor (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Implements the notion introduced ever-so briefly in RM 7.3.1 (5.2/3):
-- in a child unit a derived type is within the derivation class of an
-- ancestor declared in a parent unit, even if there is an intermediate
-- derivation that does not see the full view of that ancestor.
procedure Get_Index_Bounds
(N : Node_Id;
L : out Node_Id;
H : out Node_Id;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := False);
-- This procedure assigns to L and H respectively the values of the low and
-- high bounds of node N, which must be a range, subtype indication, or the
-- name of a scalar subtype. The result in L, H may be set to Error if
-- there was an earlier error in the range.
-- Use_Full_View is intended for use by clients other than the compiler
-- (specifically, gnat2scil) to indicate that we want the full view if
-- the index type turns out to be a partial view; this case should not
-- arise during normal compilation of semantically correct programs.
type Range_Nodes is record
First, Last : Node_Id; -- First and Last nodes of a discrete_range
end record;
type Range_Values is record
First, Last : Uint; -- First and Last values of a discrete_range
end record;
function Get_Index_Bounds
(N : Node_Id;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := False) return Range_Nodes;
-- Same as the above procedure, but returns the result as a record.
-- ???This should probably replace the procedure.
function Get_Index_Bounds
(N : Node_Id;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := False) return Range_Values;
-- Same as the above function, but returns the values, which must be known
-- at compile time.
procedure Get_Interfacing_Aspects
(Iface_Asp : Node_Id;
Conv_Asp : out Node_Id;
EN_Asp : out Node_Id;
Expo_Asp : out Node_Id;
Imp_Asp : out Node_Id;
LN_Asp : out Node_Id;
Do_Checks : Boolean := False);
-- Given a single interfacing aspect Iface_Asp, retrieve other interfacing
-- aspects that apply to the same related entity. The aspects considered by
-- this routine are as follows:
--
-- Conv_Asp - aspect Convention
-- EN_Asp - aspect External_Name
-- Expo_Asp - aspect Export
-- Imp_Asp - aspect Import
-- LN_Asp - aspect Link_Name
--
-- When flag Do_Checks is set, this routine will flag duplicate uses of
-- aspects.
function Get_Enum_Lit_From_Pos
(T : Entity_Id;
Pos : Uint;
Loc : Source_Ptr) return Node_Id;
-- This function returns an identifier denoting the E_Enumeration_Literal
-- entity for the specified value from the enumeration type or subtype T.
-- The second argument is the Pos value. Constraint_Error is raised if
-- argument Pos is not in range. The third argument supplies a source
-- location for constructed nodes returned by this function. If No_Location
-- is supplied as source location, the location of the returned node is
-- copied from the original source location for the enumeration literal,
-- when available.
function Get_Iterable_Type_Primitive
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Nam : Name_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Retrieve one of the primitives First, Last, Next, Previous, Has_Element,
-- Element from the value of the Iterable aspect of a type.
procedure Get_Library_Unit_Name_String (Decl_Node : Node_Id);
-- Retrieve the fully expanded name of the library unit declared by
-- Decl_Node into the name buffer.
function Get_Max_Queue_Length (Id : Entity_Id) return Uint;
-- Return the argument of pragma Max_Queue_Length or zero if the annotation
-- is not present. It is assumed that Id denotes an entry.
function Get_Name_Entity_Id (Id : Name_Id) return Entity_Id;
pragma Inline (Get_Name_Entity_Id);
-- An entity value is associated with each name in the name table. The
-- Get_Name_Entity_Id function fetches the Entity_Id of this entity, which
-- is the innermost visible entity with the given name. See the body of
-- Sem_Ch8 for further details on handling of entity visibility.
function Get_Name_From_CTC_Pragma (N : Node_Id) return String_Id;
-- Return the Name component of Test_Case pragma N
-- Bad name now that this no longer applies to Contract_Case ???
function Get_Parent_Entity (Unit : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Get defining entity of parent unit of a child unit. In most cases this
-- is the defining entity of the unit, but for a child instance whose
-- parent needs a body for inlining, the instantiation node of the parent
-- has not yet been rewritten as a package declaration, and the entity has
-- to be retrieved from the Instance_Spec of the unit.
function Get_Pragma_Id (N : Node_Id) return Pragma_Id;
pragma Inline (Get_Pragma_Id);
-- Obtains the Pragma_Id from Pragma_Name_Unmapped (N)
function Get_Qualified_Name
(Id : Entity_Id;
Suffix : Entity_Id := Empty) return Name_Id;
-- Obtain the fully qualified form of entity Id. The format is:
-- scope_of_id-1__scope_of_id__chars_of_id__chars_of_suffix
function Get_Qualified_Name
(Nam : Name_Id;
Suffix : Name_Id := No_Name;
Scop : Entity_Id := Current_Scope) return Name_Id;
-- Obtain the fully qualified form of name Nam assuming it appears in scope
-- Scop. The format is:
-- scop-1__scop__nam__suffix
procedure Get_Reason_String (N : Node_Id);
-- Recursive routine to analyze reason argument for pragma Warnings. The
-- value of the reason argument is appended to the current string using
-- Store_String_Chars. The reason argument is expected to be a string
-- literal or concatenation of string literals. An error is given for
-- any other form.
function Get_Reference_Discriminant (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- If Typ has Implicit_Dereference, return discriminant specified in the
-- corresponding aspect.
function Get_Referenced_Object (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Given an arbitrary node, return the renamed object if the node
-- represents a renamed object; otherwise return the node unchanged.
-- The node can represent an arbitrary expression or any other kind of
-- node (such as the name of a type).
function Get_Renamed_Entity (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given an entity for an exception, package, subprogram or generic unit,
-- returns the ultimately renamed entity if this is a renaming. If this is
-- not a renamed entity, returns its argument. It is an error to call this
-- with any other kind of entity.
function Get_Return_Object (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given an extended return statement, return the corresponding return
-- object, identified as the one for which Is_Return_Object = True.
function Get_Subprogram_Entity (Nod : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Nod is either a procedure call statement, or a function call, or an
-- accept statement node. This procedure finds the Entity_Id of the related
-- subprogram or entry and returns it, or if no subprogram can be found,
-- returns Empty.
function Get_Task_Body_Procedure (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given an entity for a task type or subtype, retrieves the
-- Task_Body_Procedure field from the corresponding task type declaration.
function Get_User_Defined_Eq (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- For a type entity, return the entity of the primitive equality function
-- for the type if it exists, otherwise return Empty.
procedure Get_Views
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Priv_Typ : out Entity_Id;
Full_Typ : out Entity_Id;
UFull_Typ : out Entity_Id;
CRec_Typ : out Entity_Id);
-- Obtain the partial and full views of type Typ and in addition any extra
-- types the full views may have. The return entities are as follows:
--
-- Priv_Typ - the partial view (a private type)
-- Full_Typ - the full view
-- UFull_Typ - the underlying full view, if the full view is private
-- CRec_Typ - the corresponding record type of the full views
function Get_Fullest_View
(E : Entity_Id; Include_PAT : Boolean := True) return Entity_Id;
-- Get the fullest possible view of E, looking through private, limited,
-- packed array and other implementation types. If Include_PAT is False,
-- don't look inside packed array types.
function Has_Access_Values (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the underlying type of T is an access type, or has a
-- component (at any recursive level) that is an access type. This is a
-- conservative predicate, if it is not known whether or not T contains
-- access values (happens for generic formals in some cases), then False is
-- returned. Note that tagged types return False. Even though the tag is
-- implemented as an access type internally, this function tests only for
-- access types known to the programmer. See also Has_Tagged_Component.
function Has_Anonymous_Access_Discriminant (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Typ has one or more anonymous access discriminants
type Alignment_Result is (Known_Compatible, Unknown, Known_Incompatible);
-- Result of Has_Compatible_Alignment test, description found below. Note
-- that the values are arranged in increasing order of problematicness.
function Has_Compatible_Alignment
(Obj : Entity_Id;
Expr : Node_Id;
Layout_Done : Boolean) return Alignment_Result;
-- Obj is an object entity, and expr is a node for an object reference. If
-- the alignment of the object referenced by Expr is known to be compatible
-- with the alignment of Obj (i.e. is larger or the same), then the result
-- is Known_Compatible. If the alignment of the object referenced by Expr
-- is known to be less than the alignment of Obj, then Known_Incompatible
-- is returned. If neither condition can be reliably established at compile
-- time, then Unknown is returned. If Layout_Done is True, the function can
-- assume that the information on size and alignment of types and objects
-- is present in the tree. This is used to determine if alignment checks
-- are required for address clauses (Layout_Done is False in this case) as
-- well as to issue appropriate warnings for them in the post compilation
-- phase (Layout_Done is True in this case).
--
-- Note: Known_Incompatible does not mean that at run time the alignment
-- of Expr is known to be wrong for Obj, just that it can be determined
-- that alignments have been explicitly or implicitly specified which are
-- incompatible (whereas Unknown means that even this is not known). The
-- appropriate reaction of a caller to Known_Incompatible is to treat it as
-- Unknown, but issue a warning that there may be an alignment error.
function Has_Declarations (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the node can have declarations
function Has_Defaulted_Discriminants (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Simple predicate to test for defaulted discriminants
function Has_Denormals (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the floating-point type E supports denormal numbers.
-- Returns False if E is not a floating-point type.
function Has_Discriminant_Dependent_Constraint
(Comp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if and only if Comp has a constrained subtype that depends
-- on a discriminant.
function Has_Effectively_Volatile_Profile
(Subp_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram Subp_Id has an effectively volatile formal
-- parameter for reading or returns an effectively volatile value for
-- reading.
function Has_Full_Default_Initialization (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether type Typ defines "full default initialization" as
-- specified by SPARK RM 3.1. To qualify as such, the type must be
-- * A scalar type with specified Default_Value
-- * An array-of-scalar type with specified Default_Component_Value
-- * An array type whose element type defines full default initialization
-- * A protected type, record type or type extension whose components
-- either include a default expression or have a type which defines
-- full default initialization. In the case of type extensions, the
-- parent type defines full default initialization.
-- * A task type
-- * A private type with pragma Default_Initial_Condition that provides
-- full default initialization.
-- This function is not used in GNATprove anymore, but is used in CodePeer.
function Has_Fully_Default_Initializing_DIC_Pragma
(Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether type Typ has a suitable Default_Initial_Condition
-- pragma which provides the full default initialization of the type.
function Has_Inferable_Discriminants (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Ada 2005 (AI-216): A view of an Unchecked_Union object has inferable
-- discriminants if it has a constrained nominal type, unless the object
-- is a component of an enclosing Unchecked_Union object that is subject
-- to a per-object constraint and the enclosing object lacks inferable
-- discriminants.
--
-- An expression of an Unchecked_Union type has inferable discriminants
-- if it is either a name of an object with inferable discriminants or a
-- qualified expression whose subtype mark denotes a constrained subtype.
function Has_Infinities (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the range of the floating-point type E includes
-- infinities. Returns False if E is not a floating-point type.
function Has_Interfaces
(T : Entity_Id;
Use_Full_View : Boolean := True) return Boolean;
-- Where T is a concurrent type or a record type, returns true if T covers
-- any abstract interface types. In case of private types the argument
-- Use_Full_View controls if the check is done using its full view (if
-- available).
function Has_Max_Queue_Length (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether Id is subject to pragma Max_Queue_Length. It is
-- assumed that Id denotes an entry.
function Has_No_Obvious_Side_Effects (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- This is a simple minded function for determining whether an expression
-- has no obvious side effects. It is used only for determining whether
-- warnings are needed in certain situations, and is not guaranteed to
-- be accurate in either direction. Exceptions may mean an expression
-- does in fact have side effects, but this may be ignored and True is
-- returned, or a complex expression may in fact be side effect free
-- but we don't recognize it here and return False. The Side_Effect_Free
-- routine in Remove_Side_Effects is much more extensive and perhaps could
-- be shared, so that this routine would be more accurate.
function Has_Non_Null_Refinement (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether abstract state Id has at least one nonnull constituent
-- as expressed in pragma Refined_State. This function does not take into
-- account the visible refinement region of abstract state Id.
function Has_Non_Trivial_Precondition (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram Subp has a class-wide precondition that is
-- not statically True.
function Has_Null_Body (Proc_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether the body of procedure Proc_Id contains a sole null
-- statement, possibly followed by an optional return. Used to optimize
-- useless calls to assertion checks.
function Has_Null_Exclusion (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N has a null exclusion
function Has_Null_Refinement (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether abstract state Id has a null refinement as expressed
-- in pragma Refined_State. This function does not take into account the
-- visible refinement region of abstract state Id.
function Has_Non_Null_Statements (L : List_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if L has non-null statements
function Side_Effect_Free_Statements (L : List_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if L has no statements with side effects
function Side_Effect_Free_Loop (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if the loop has no side effect and can therefore be
-- marked for removal. Return False if N is not a N_Loop_Statement.
subtype Static_Accessibility_Level_Kind
is Accessibility_Level_Kind range Object_Decl_Level
.. Zero_On_Dynamic_Level;
-- Restrict the reange of Accessibility_Level_Kind to be non-dynamic for
-- use in the static version of Accessibility_Level below.
function Static_Accessibility_Level
(Expr : Node_Id;
Level : Static_Accessibility_Level_Kind;
In_Return_Context : Boolean := False) return Uint;
-- Overloaded version of Accessibility_Level which returns a universal
-- integer for use in compile-time checking. Note: Level is restricted to
-- be non-dynamic.
function Is_Prim_Of_Abst_Type_With_Nonstatic_CW_Pre_Post
(Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if Subp is a primitive of an abstract type, where the
-- primitive has a class-wide pre- or postcondition whose expression
-- is nonstatic.
function Has_Overriding_Initialize (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Predicate to determine whether a controlled type has a user-defined
-- Initialize primitive (and, in Ada 2012, whether that primitive is
-- non-null), which causes the type to not have preelaborable
-- initialization.
function Has_Preelaborable_Initialization
(E : Entity_Id;
Preelab_Init_Expr : Node_Id := Empty) return Boolean;
-- Return True iff type E has preelaborable initialization as defined in
-- Ada 2005 (see AI-161 for details of the definition of this attribute).
-- If Preelab_Init_Expr is present, indicates that the function should
-- presume that for any subcomponent of E that is of a formal private or
-- derived type that is referenced by a Preelaborable_Initialization
-- attribute within the expression Preelab_Init_Expr, the formal type has
-- preelaborable initialization (RM 10.2.1(11.8/5) and AI12-0409).
function Has_Prefix (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if N has attribute Prefix
function Has_Private_Component (Type_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Check if a type has a (sub)component of a private type that has not
-- yet received a full declaration.
function Has_Relaxed_Initialization (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True iff entity E is subject to the Relaxed_Initialization
-- aspect. Entity E can be either type, variable, constant, subprogram,
-- entry or an abstract state. For private types and deferred constants
-- E should be the private view, because aspect can only be attached there.
function Has_Signed_Zeros (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the floating-point type E supports signed zeros.
-- Returns False if E is not a floating-point type.
function Has_Significant_Contract (Subp_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram [body] Subp_Id has a significant contract.
-- All subprograms have a N_Contract node, but this does not mean that the
-- contract is useful.
function Has_Static_Array_Bounds (Typ : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return whether an array type has static bounds
function Has_Static_Non_Empty_Array_Bounds (Typ : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether array type Typ has static non-empty bounds
function Has_Stream (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Tests if type T is derived from Ada.Streams.Root_Stream_Type, or in the
-- case of a composite type, has a component for which this predicate is
-- True, and if so returns True. Otherwise a result of False means that
-- there is no Stream type in sight. For a private type, the test is
-- applied to the underlying type (or returns False if there is no
-- underlying type).
function Has_Suffix (E : Entity_Id; Suffix : Character) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the last character of E is Suffix. Used in Assertions.
function Has_Tagged_Component (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Typ is a composite type (array or record) that is either
-- a tagged type or has a subcomponent that is tagged. Returns False for a
-- noncomposite type, or if no tagged subcomponents are present.
function Has_Unconstrained_Access_Discriminants
(Subtyp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the given subtype is unconstrained and has one or more
-- access discriminants.
function Has_Undefined_Reference (Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given arbitrary expression Expr, determine whether it contains at
-- least one name whose entity is Any_Id.
function Has_Volatile_Component (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given arbitrary type Typ, determine whether it contains at least one
-- volatile component.
function Implementation_Kind (Subp : Entity_Id) return Name_Id;
-- Subp is a subprogram marked with pragma Implemented. Return the specific
-- implementation requirement which the pragma imposes. The return value is
-- either Name_By_Any, Name_By_Entry or Name_By_Protected_Procedure.
function Implements_Interface
(Typ_Ent : Entity_Id;
Iface_Ent : Entity_Id;
Exclude_Parents : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the Typ_Ent implements interface Iface_Ent
function Implicitly_Designated_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Called when Typ is the type of the prefix of an implicit dereference.
-- Return the designated type of Typ, taking into account that this type
-- may be a limited view, when the nonlimited view is visible.
function In_Assertion_Expression_Pragma (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if node N appears within a pragma that acts as an assertion
-- expression. See Sem_Prag for the list of qualifying pragmas.
function In_Check_Node (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if N is part of a N_Raise_xxx_Error node
function In_Generic_Formal_Package (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if entity E is inside a generic formal package
function In_Generic_Scope (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if entity E is inside a generic scope
function In_Instance return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the current scope is within a generic instance
function In_Instance_Body return Boolean;
-- Returns True if current scope is within the body of an instance, where
-- several semantic checks (e.g. accessibility checks) are relaxed.
function In_Instance_Not_Visible return Boolean;
-- Returns True if current scope is with the private part or the body of
-- an instance. Other semantic checks are suppressed in this context.
function In_Instance_Visible_Part
(Id : Entity_Id := Current_Scope) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if arbitrary entity Id is within the visible part of a
-- package instance, where several additional semantic checks apply.
function In_Package_Body return Boolean;
-- Returns True if current scope is within a package body
function In_Pragma_Expression (N : Node_Id; Nam : Name_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the expression N occurs within a pragma with name Nam
function In_Pre_Post_Condition
(N : Node_Id; Class_Wide_Only : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if node N appears within a pre/postcondition pragma. Note
-- the pragma Check equivalents are NOT considered. If Class_Wide_Only is
-- True, then tests for N appearing within a class-wide pre/postcondition.
function In_Quantified_Expression (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the expression N occurs within a quantified expression
function In_Return_Value (Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the expression Expr occurs within a simple return
-- statement or is part of an assignment to the return object in an
-- extended return statement.
function In_Reverse_Storage_Order_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if N denotes a component or subcomponent in a record or
-- array that has Reverse_Storage_Order.
function In_Same_Declarative_Part
(Context : Node_Id;
N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if the node N appears within the same declarative part denoted by
-- the node Context.
function In_Subprogram_Or_Concurrent_Unit return Boolean;
-- Determines if the current scope is within a subprogram compilation unit
-- (inside a subprogram declaration, subprogram body, or generic subprogram
-- declaration) or within a task or protected body. The test is for
-- appearing anywhere within such a construct (that is it does not need
-- to be directly within).
function In_Subtree (N : Node_Id; Root : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N is within the subtree rooted at Root
function In_Subtree
(N : Node_Id;
Root1 : Node_Id;
Root2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N is within the subtree rooted at Root1 or Root2.
-- This version is more efficient than calling the single root version of
-- Is_Subtree twice.
function In_Visible_Part (Scope_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether a declaration occurs within the visible part of a
-- package specification. The package must be on the scope stack, and the
-- corresponding private part must not.
function In_While_Loop_Condition (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the expression N occurs within the condition of a while
function Incomplete_Or_Partial_View (Id : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given the entity of a constant or a type, retrieve the incomplete or
-- partial view of the same entity. Note that Id may not have a partial
-- view in which case the function returns Empty.
function Incomplete_View_From_Limited_With
(Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Typ is a type entity. This normally returns Typ. However, if there is
-- an incomplete view of this entity that comes from a limited-with'ed
-- package, then this returns that incomplete view.
function Indexed_Component_Bit_Offset (N : Node_Id) return Uint;
-- Given an N_Indexed_Component node, return the first bit position of the
-- component if it is known at compile time. A value of No_Uint means that
-- either the value is not yet known before back-end processing or it is
-- not known at compile time after back-end processing.
procedure Inherit_Predicate_Flags (Subt, Par : Entity_Id);
-- Propagate static and dynamic predicate flags from a parent to the
-- subtype in a subtype declaration with and without constraints.
procedure Inherit_Rep_Item_Chain (Typ : Entity_Id; From_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Inherit the rep item chain of type From_Typ without clobbering any
-- existing rep items on Typ's chain. Typ is the destination type.
function Inherits_From_Tagged_Full_View (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Inherits_From_Tagged_Full_View);
-- Return True if Typ is an untagged private type completed with a
-- derivation of an untagged private type declaration whose full view
-- is a tagged type.
procedure Insert_Explicit_Dereference (N : Node_Id);
-- In a context that requires a composite or subprogram type and where a
-- prefix is an access type, rewrite the access type node N (which is the
-- prefix, e.g. of an indexed component) as an explicit dereference.
procedure Inspect_Deferred_Constant_Completion (Decls : List_Id);
-- Examine all deferred constants in the declaration list Decls and check
-- whether they have been completed by a full constant declaration or an
-- Import pragma. Emit the error message if that is not the case.
procedure Install_Elaboration_Model (Unit_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Install the elaboration model specified by pragma Elaboration_Checks
-- associated with compilation unit Unit_Id. No action is taken when the
-- unit lacks such pragma.
procedure Install_Generic_Formals (Subp_Id : Entity_Id);
-- Install both the generic formal parameters and the formal parameters of
-- generic subprogram Subp_Id into visibility.
procedure Install_SPARK_Mode (Mode : SPARK_Mode_Type; Prag : Node_Id);
-- Establish the SPARK_Mode and SPARK_Mode_Pragma currently in effect
function Invalid_Scalar_Value
(Loc : Source_Ptr;
Scal_Typ : Scalar_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Obtain the invalid value for scalar type Scal_Typ as either specified by
-- pragma Initialize_Scalars or by the binder. Return an expression created
-- at source location Loc, which denotes the invalid value.
function Is_Anonymous_Access_Actual (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if N is used as an actual for a call whose corresponding
-- formal is of an anonymous access type.
function Is_Access_Subprogram_Wrapper (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if E is the constructed wrapper for an access_to_subprogram
-- type with Pre/Postconditions.
function Is_Access_Variable (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if type E is an access-to-variable
function Is_Actual_In_Out_Parameter (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N is an actual parameter of in-out mode in a subprogram
-- call.
function Is_Actual_Out_Parameter (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N is an actual parameter of out mode in a subprogram call
function Is_Actual_Out_Or_In_Out_Parameter (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N is an actual parameter of out or in out mode in a
-- subprogram call.
function Is_Actual_Parameter (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N is an actual parameter in a subprogram or entry call
function Is_Actual_Tagged_Parameter (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N is an actual parameter of a formal of tagged type in a
-- subprogram call.
function Is_Aliased_View (Obj : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if Obj is an aliased view, i.e. the name of an object to which
-- 'Access or 'Unchecked_Access can apply. Note that this routine uses the
-- rules of the language, it does not take into account the restriction
-- No_Implicit_Aliasing, so it can return True if the restriction is active
-- and Obj violates the restriction. The caller is responsible for calling
-- Restrict.Check_No_Implicit_Aliasing if True is returned, but there is a
-- requirement for obeying the restriction in the call context.
function Is_Ancestor_Package
(E1 : Entity_Id;
E2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether package E1 is an ancestor of E2
function Is_Atomic_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to an atomic
-- object as per RM C.6(7) and the crucial remark in RM C.6(8).
function Is_Attribute_Loop_Entry (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes attribute 'Loop_Entry
function Is_Attribute_Old (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes attribute 'Old
function Is_Attribute_Result (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes attribute 'Result
function Is_Attribute_Update (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes attribute 'Update
function Is_Body_Or_Package_Declaration (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes a body or a package declaration
function Is_Bounded_String (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if T is a bounded string type. Used to make sure "=" composes
-- properly for bounded string types.
function Is_By_Protected_Procedure (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id denotes a procedure with synchronization
-- kind By_Protected_Procedure.
function Is_Confirming (Aspect : Nonoverridable_Aspect_Id;
Aspect_Spec_1, Aspect_Spec_2 : Node_Id)
return Boolean;
-- Returns true if the two specifications of the given
-- nonoverridable aspect are compatible.
function Is_Conjunction_Of_Formal_Preelab_Init_Attributes
(Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Expr is a Preelaborable_Initialization attribute applied
-- to a formal type, or a sequence of two or more such attributes connected
-- by "and" operators, or if the Original_Node of Expr or its constituents
-- is such an attribute.
function Is_Constant_Bound (Exp : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Exp is the expression for an array bound. Determines whether the
-- bound is a compile-time known value, or a constant entity, or an
-- enumeration literal, or an expression composed of constant-bound
-- subexpressions which are evaluated by means of standard operators.
function Is_Container_Element (Exp : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- This routine recognizes expressions that denote an element of one of
-- the predefined containers, when the source only contains an indexing
-- operation and an implicit dereference is inserted by the compiler.
-- In the absence of this optimization, the indexing creates a temporary
-- controlled cursor that sets the tampering bit of the container, and
-- restricts the use of the convenient notation C (X) to contexts that
-- do not check the tampering bit (e.g. C.Include (X, C (Y)). Exp is an
-- explicit dereference. The transformation applies when it has the form
-- F (X).Discr.all.
function Is_Contract_Annotation (Item : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether aspect specification or pragma Item is a contract
-- annotation.
function Is_Controlling_Limited_Procedure
(Proc_Nam : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Ada 2005 (AI-345): Determine whether Proc_Nam is a primitive procedure
-- of a limited interface with a controlling first parameter.
function Is_CPP_Constructor_Call (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if N is a call to a CPP constructor
function Is_CCT_Instance
(Ref_Id : Entity_Id;
Context_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Subsidiary to the analysis of pragmas [Refined_]Depends and [Refined_]
-- Global; also used when analyzing default expressions of protected and
-- record components. Determine whether entity Ref_Id (which must represent
-- either a protected type or a task type) denotes the current instance of
-- a concurrent type. Context_Id denotes the associated context where the
-- pragma appears.
function Is_Child_Or_Sibling
(Pack_1 : Entity_Id;
Pack_2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine the following relations between two arbitrary packages:
-- 1) One package is the parent of a child package
-- 2) Both packages are siblings and share a common parent
function Is_Concurrent_Interface (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- First determine whether type T is an interface and then check whether
-- it is of protected, synchronized or task kind.
function Is_Current_Instance (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Predicate is true if N legally denotes a type name within its own
-- declaration. Prior to Ada 2012 this covered only synchronized type
-- declarations. In Ada 2012 it also covers type and subtype declarations
-- with aspects: Invariant, Predicate, and Default_Initial_Condition.
function Is_Current_Instance_Reference_In_Type_Aspect
(N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if N is a reference to a current instance object that occurs within
-- an aspect_specification for a type or subtype. In this case N will be
-- a formal parameter of a subprogram created for a predicate, invariant,
-- or Default_Initial_Condition aspect.
function Is_Declaration
(N : Node_Id;
Body_OK : Boolean := True;
Concurrent_OK : Boolean := True;
Formal_OK : Boolean := True;
Generic_OK : Boolean := True;
Instantiation_OK : Boolean := True;
Renaming_OK : Boolean := True;
Stub_OK : Boolean := True;
Subprogram_OK : Boolean := True;
Type_OK : Boolean := True) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a declaration depending
-- on the allowed subsets of declarations. Set the following flags to
-- consider specific subsets of declarations:
--
-- * Body_OK - body declarations
--
-- * Concurrent_OK - concurrent type declarations
--
-- * Formal_OK - formal declarations
--
-- * Generic_OK - generic declarations, including generic renamings
--
-- * Instantiation_OK - generic instantiations
--
-- * Renaming_OK - renaming declarations, including generic renamings
--
-- * Stub_OK - stub declarations
--
-- * Subprogram_OK - entry, expression function, and subprogram
-- declarations.
--
-- * Type_OK - type declarations, including concurrent types
function Is_Declared_Within_Variant (Comp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True iff component Comp is declared within a variant part
function Is_Dependent_Component_Of_Mutable_Object
(Object : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if Object is the name of a subcomponent that depends on
-- discriminants of a variable whose nominal subtype is unconstrained and
-- not indefinite, and the variable is not aliased. Otherwise returns
-- False. The nodes passed to this function are assumed to denote objects.
function Is_Dereferenced (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- N is a subexpression node of an access type. This function returns true
-- if N appears as the prefix of a node that does a dereference of the
-- access value (selected/indexed component, explicit dereference or a
-- slice), and false otherwise.
function Is_Descendant_Of (T1 : Entity_Id; T2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if type T1 is a descendant of type T2, and false otherwise.
-- This is the RM definition, a type is a descendant of another type if it
-- is the same type or is derived from a descendant of the other type.
function Is_Descendant_Of_Suspension_Object
(Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether type Typ is a descendant of type Suspension_Object
-- defined in Ada.Synchronous_Task_Control. This version is different from
-- Is_Descendant_Of as the detection of Suspension_Object does not involve
-- an entity and by extension a call to RTSfind.
function Is_Double_Precision_Floating_Point_Type
(E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return whether E is a double precision floating point type,
-- characterized by:
-- . machine_radix = 2
-- . machine_mantissa = 53
-- . machine_emax = 2**10
-- . machine_emin = 3 - machine_emax
function Is_Effectively_Volatile
(Id : Entity_Id;
Ignore_Protected : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether a type or object denoted by entity Id is effectively
-- volatile (SPARK RM 7.1.2). To qualify as such, the entity must be either
-- * Volatile without No_Caching
-- * An array type subject to aspect Volatile_Components
-- * An array type whose component type is effectively volatile
-- * A protected type
-- * Descendant of type Ada.Synchronous_Task_Control.Suspension_Object
--
-- If Ignore_Protected is True, then a protected object/type is treated
-- like a non-protected record object/type for computing the result of
-- this query.
function Is_Effectively_Volatile_For_Reading
(Id : Entity_Id;
Ignore_Protected : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether a type or object denoted by entity Id is effectively
-- volatile for reading (SPARK RM 7.1.2). To qualify as such, the entity
-- must be either
-- * Volatile without No_Caching and have Async_Writers or
-- Effective_Reads set to True
-- * An array type subject to aspect Volatile_Components, unless it has
-- Async_Writers and Effective_Reads set to False
-- * An array type whose component type is effectively volatile for
-- reading
-- * A protected type
-- * Descendant of type Ada.Synchronous_Task_Control.Suspension_Object
--
-- If Ignore_Protected is True, then a protected object/type is treated
-- like a non-protected record object/type for computing the result of
-- this query.
function Is_Effectively_Volatile_Object
(N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether an arbitrary node denotes an effectively volatile
-- object (SPARK RM 7.1.2).
function Is_Effectively_Volatile_Object_For_Reading
(N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether an arbitrary node denotes an effectively volatile
-- object for reading (SPARK RM 7.1.2).
function Is_Entry_Body (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id is the body entity of an entry [family]
function Is_Entry_Declaration (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id is the spec entity of an entry [family]
function Is_Explicitly_Aliased (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if a given node N is an explicitly aliased formal parameter.
function Is_Expanded_Priority_Attribute (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Check whether a function in a call is an expanded priority attribute,
-- which is transformed into an Rtsfind call to Get_Ceiling. This expansion
-- does not take place in a configurable runtime.
function Is_Expression_Function (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram [body] Subp denotes an expression function
function Is_Expression_Function_Or_Completion
(Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram [body] Subp denotes an expression function
-- or is completed by an expression function body.
function Is_EVF_Expression (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N denotes a reference to a formal parameter of
-- a specific tagged type whose related subprogram is subject to pragma
-- Extensions_Visible with value "False" (SPARK RM 6.1.7). Several other
-- constructs fall under this category:
-- 1) A qualified expression whose operand is EVF
-- 2) A type conversion whose operand is EVF
-- 3) An if expression with at least one EVF dependent_expression
-- 4) A case expression with at least one EVF dependent_expression
function Is_False (U : Opt_Ubool) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Is_False);
-- True if U is Boolean'Pos (False) (i.e. Uint_0)
function Is_True (U : Opt_Ubool) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Is_True);
-- True if U is Boolean'Pos (True) (i.e. Uint_1). Also True if U is
-- No_Uint; we allow No_Uint because Static_Boolean returns that in
-- case of error. It doesn't really matter whether the error case is
-- considered True or False, but we don't want this to blow up in that
-- case.
function Is_Fixed_Model_Number (U : Ureal; T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True iff the number U is a model number of the fixed-point type
-- T, i.e. if it is an exact multiple of Small.
function Is_Full_Access_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to a full access
-- object as per Ada 2022 RM C.6(8.2).
function Is_Fully_Initialized_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Typ is a type entity. This function returns true if this type is fully
-- initialized, meaning that an object of the type is fully initialized.
-- Note that initialization resulting from use of pragma Normalize_Scalars
-- does not count. Note that this is only used for the purpose of issuing
-- warnings for objects that are potentially referenced uninitialized. This
-- means that the result returned is not crucial, but should err on the
-- side of thinking things are fully initialized if it does not know.
function Is_Generic_Declaration_Or_Body (Decl : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary declaration Decl denotes a generic package,
-- a generic subprogram or a generic body.
function Is_Independent_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to an independent
-- object as per RM C.6(8).
function Is_Inherited_Operation (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- E is a subprogram. Return True is E is an implicit operation inherited
-- by a derived type declaration.
function Is_Inherited_Operation_For_Type
(E : Entity_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- E is a subprogram. Return True is E is an implicit operation inherited
-- by the derived type declaration for type Typ.
function Is_Inlinable_Expression_Function (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if Subp is an expression function that fulfills all the
-- following requirements for inlining:
-- 1. pragma/aspect Inline_Always
-- 2. No formals
-- 3. No contracts
-- 4. No dispatching primitive
-- 5. Result subtype controlled (or with controlled components)
-- 6. Result subtype not subject to type-invariant checks
-- 7. Result subtype not a class-wide type
-- 8. Return expression naming an object global to the function
-- 9. Nominal subtype of the returned object statically compatible
-- with the result subtype of the expression function.
function Is_Iterator (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- AI05-0139-2: Check whether Typ is one of the predefined interfaces in
-- Ada.Iterator_Interfaces, or it is derived from one.
function Is_Iterator_Over_Array (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- N is an iterator specification. Returns True iff N is an iterator over
-- an array, either inside a loop of the form 'for X of A' or a quantified
-- expression of the form 'for all/some X of A' where A is of array type.
type Is_LHS_Result is (Yes, No, Unknown);
function Is_LHS (N : Node_Id) return Is_LHS_Result;
-- Returns Yes if N is definitely used as Name in an assignment statement.
-- Returns No if N is definitely NOT used as a Name in an assignment
-- statement. Returns Unknown if we can't tell at this stage (happens in
-- the case where we don't know the type of N yet, and we have something
-- like N.A := 3, where this counts as N being used on the left side of
-- an assignment only if N is not an access type. If it is an access type
-- then it is N.all.A that is assigned, not N.
function Is_Library_Level_Entity (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- A library-level declaration is one that is accessible from Standard,
-- i.e. a library unit or an entity declared in a library package.
function Is_Limited_Class_Wide_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether a given type is a limited class-wide type, in which
-- case it needs a Master_Id, because extensions of its designated type
-- may include task components. A class-wide type that comes from a
-- limited view must be treated in the same way.
function Is_Local_Variable_Reference (Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines whether Expr is a reference to a variable or formal parameter
-- of mode OUT or IN OUT of the current enclosing subprogram.
function Is_Master (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if the given node N constitutes a finalization master
function Is_Name_Reference (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N is a reference to a name. This is
-- similar to Is_Object_Reference but returns True only if N can be renamed
-- without the need for a temporary, the typical example of an object not
-- in this category being a function call.
function Is_Non_Preelaborable_Construct (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary construct N violates preelaborability as
-- defined in ARM 10.2.1 5-9/3. This routine takes into account both the
-- syntactic and semantic properties of the construct.
function Is_Nontrivial_DIC_Procedure (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id denotes the procedure that verifies the
-- assertion expression of pragma Default_Initial_Condition and if it does,
-- the encapsulated expression is nontrivial.
function Is_Null_Extension
(T : Entity_Id; Ignore_Privacy : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Given a tagged type, returns True if argument is a type extension
-- that introduces no new components (discriminant or nondiscriminant).
-- Ignore_Privacy should be True for use in implementing dynamic semantics.
function Is_Null_Extension_Of
(Descendant, Ancestor : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given two tagged types, the first a descendant of the second,
-- returns True if every component of Descendant is inherited
-- (directly or indirectly) from Ancestor. Privacy is ignored.
function Is_Null_Record_Definition (Record_Def : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True for an N_Record_Definition node that has no user-defined
-- components (and no variant part).
function Is_Null_Record_Type
(T : Entity_Id; Ignore_Privacy : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether T is declared with a null record definition, a
-- null component list, or as a type derived from a null record type
-- (with a null extension if tagged). Returns True for interface types,
-- False for discriminated types.
function Is_Object_Image (Prefix : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if an 'Img, 'Image, 'Wide_Image, or 'Wide_Wide_Image
-- attribute is applied to an object.
function Is_Object_Reference (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the tree referenced by N represents an object. Both
-- variable and constant objects return True (compare Is_Variable).
function Is_OK_Variable_For_Out_Formal (AV : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Used to test if AV is an acceptable formal for an OUT or IN OUT formal.
-- Note that the Is_Variable function is not quite the right test because
-- this is a case in which conversions whose expression is a variable (in
-- the Is_Variable sense) with an untagged type target are considered view
-- conversions and hence variables.
function Is_OK_Volatile_Context
(Context : Node_Id;
Obj_Ref : Node_Id;
Check_Actuals : Boolean) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node Context denotes a "non-interfering context" (as
-- defined in SPARK RM 7.1.3(10)) where volatile reference Obj_Ref can
-- safely reside. When examining references that might be located within
-- actual parameters of a subprogram call that has not been resolved yet,
-- Check_Actuals should be False; such references will be assumed to be
-- legal. They will need to be checked again after subprogram call has
-- been resolved.
function Is_Package_Contract_Annotation (Item : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether aspect specification or pragma Item is one of the
-- following package contract annotations:
-- Abstract_State
-- Initial_Condition
-- Initializes
-- Refined_State
function Is_Partially_Initialized_Type
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Include_Implicit : Boolean := True) return Boolean;
-- Typ is a type entity. This function returns true if this type is partly
-- initialized, meaning that an object of the type is at least partly
-- initialized (in particular in the record case, that at least one
-- component has an initialization expression, including via Default_Value
-- and Default_Component_Value aspects). Note that initialization
-- resulting from the use of pragma Normalize_Scalars does not count.
-- Include_Implicit controls whether implicit initialization of access
-- values to null, and of discriminant values, is counted as making the
-- type be partially initialized. For the default setting of True, these
-- implicit cases do count, and discriminated types or types containing
-- access values not explicitly initialized will return True. Otherwise
-- if Include_Implicit is False, these cases do not count as making the
-- type be partially initialized.
function Is_Potentially_Unevaluated (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Predicate to implement definition given in RM 6.1.1 (20/3)
function Is_Potentially_Persistent_Type (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if type T is a potentially persistent type. A potentially
-- persistent type is defined (recursively) as a scalar type, an untagged
-- record whose components are all of a potentially persistent type, or an
-- array with all static constraints whose component type is potentially
-- persistent. A private type is potentially persistent if the full type
-- is potentially persistent.
function Is_Predefined_Dispatching_Operation (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Ada 2005 (AI-251): Determines if E is a predefined primitive operation
function Is_Predefined_Interface_Primitive (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Ada 2005 (AI-345): Returns True if E is one of the predefined primitives
-- required to implement interfaces.
function Is_Predefined_Internal_Operation (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Similar to the previous one, but excludes stream operations, because
-- these may be overridden, and need extra formals, like user-defined
-- operations.
function Is_Preelaborable_Aggregate (Aggr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether aggregate Aggr violates the restrictions of
-- preelaborable constructs as defined in ARM 10.2.1(5-9).
function Is_Preelaborable_Construct (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N violates the restrictions of
-- preelaborable constructs as defined in ARM 10.2.1(5-9). Routine
-- Is_Non_Preelaborable_Construct takes into account the syntactic
-- and semantic properties of N for a more accurate diagnostic.
function Is_Protected_Self_Reference (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if node N denotes a protected type name which represents
-- the current instance of a protected object according to RM 9.4(21/2).
function Is_RCI_Pkg_Spec_Or_Body (Cunit : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if a compilation unit is the specification or the
-- body of a remote call interface package.
function Is_Remote_Access_To_Class_Wide_Type (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if E is a remote access-to-class-wide type
function Is_Remote_Access_To_Subprogram_Type (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if E is a remote access to subprogram type
function Is_Remote_Call (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if N denotes a potentially remote call
function Is_Renamed_Entry (Proc_Nam : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if Proc_Nam is a procedure renaming of an entry
function Is_Reversible_Iterator (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- AI05-0139-2: Check whether Typ is derived from the predefined interface
-- Ada.Iterator_Interfaces.Reversible_Iterator.
function Is_Selector_Name (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given an N_Identifier node N, determines if it is a Selector_Name.
-- As described in Sinfo, Selector_Names are special because they
-- represent use of the N_Identifier node for a true identifier, when
-- normally such nodes represent a direct name.
function Is_Single_Concurrent_Object (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary entity Id denotes the anonymous object
-- created for a single protected or single task type.
function Is_Single_Concurrent_Type (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary entity Id denotes a single protected or
-- single task type.
function Is_Single_Concurrent_Type_Declaration (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes the declaration of a single
-- protected type or single task type.
function Is_Single_Precision_Floating_Point_Type
(E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return whether E is a single precision floating point type,
-- characterized by:
-- . machine_radix = 2
-- . machine_mantissa = 24
-- . machine_emax = 2**7
-- . machine_emin = 3 - machine_emax
function Is_Single_Protected_Object (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary entity Id denotes the anonymous object
-- created for a single protected type.
function Is_Single_Task_Object (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary entity Id denotes the anonymous object
-- created for a single task type.
function Is_Special_Aliased_Formal_Access
(Exp : Node_Id;
In_Return_Context : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- Determines whether a dynamic check must be generated for explicitly
-- aliased formals within a function Scop for the expression Exp.
-- In_Return_Context forces Is_Special_Aliased_Formal_Access to assume
-- that Exp is within a return value which is useful for checking
-- expressions within discriminant associations of return objects.
-- More specially, Is_Special_Aliased_Formal_Access checks that Exp is a
-- 'Access attribute reference within a return statement where the ultimate
-- prefix is an aliased formal of Scop and that Scop returns an anonymous
-- access type. See RM 3.10.2 for more details.
function Is_Specific_Tagged_Type (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether an arbitrary [private] type is specifically tagged
function Is_Statement (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Is_Statement);
-- Check if the node N is a statement node. Note that this includes
-- the case of procedure call statements (unlike the direct use of
-- the N_Statement_Other_Than_Procedure_Call subtype from Sinfo).
-- Note that a label is *not* a statement, and will return False.
function Is_Static_Discriminant_Component (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if N is guaranteed to a selected component containing a
-- statically known discriminant.
-- Note that this routine takes a conservative view and may return False
-- in some cases where N would match the criteria. In other words this
-- routine should be used to simplify or optimize the expanded code.
function Is_Static_Function (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether subprogram Subp denotes a static function,
-- which is a function with the aspect Static with value True.
function Is_Static_Function_Call (Call : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether Call is a static call to a static function,
-- meaning that the name of the call denotes a static function
-- and all of the call's actual parameters are given by static expressions.
function Is_Subcomponent_Of_Full_Access_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to a subcomponent
-- of a full access object as per RM C.6(7).
function Is_Subprogram_Contract_Annotation (Item : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether aspect specification or pragma Item is one of the
-- following subprogram contract annotations:
-- Contract_Cases
-- Depends
-- Extensions_Visible
-- Global
-- Post
-- Post_Class
-- Postcondition
-- Pre
-- Pre_Class
-- Precondition
-- Refined_Depends
-- Refined_Global
-- Refined_Post
-- Subprogram_Variant
-- Test_Case
function Is_Subprogram_Stub_Without_Prior_Declaration
(N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given an N_Subprogram_Body_Stub node N, return True if N is a subprogram
-- stub with no prior subprogram declaration.
function Is_Suitable_Primitive (Subp_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary subprogram Subp_Id may act as a primitive of
-- an arbitrary tagged type.
function Is_Suspension_Object (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary entity Id denotes Suspension_Object defined
-- in Ada.Synchronous_Task_Control.
function Is_Synchronized_Object (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id denotes an object and if it does, whether
-- this object is synchronized as specified in SPARK RM 9.1. To qualify as
-- such, the object must be
-- * Of a type that yields a synchronized object
-- * An atomic object with enabled Async_Writers
-- * A constant not of access-to-variable type
-- * A variable subject to pragma Constant_After_Elaboration
function Is_Synchronized_Tagged_Type (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if E is a synchronized tagged type (AARM 3.9.4 (6/2))
function Is_Transfer (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the node N is a statement which is known to cause an
-- unconditional transfer of control at run time, i.e. the following
-- statement definitely will not be executed.
function Is_Unchecked_Conversion_Instance (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether an arbitrary entity denotes an instance of function
-- Ada.Unchecked_Conversion.
function Is_Universal_Numeric_Type (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
pragma Inline (Is_Universal_Numeric_Type);
-- True if T is Universal_Integer or Universal_Real
function Is_User_Defined_Equality (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether an entity denotes a user-defined equality
function Is_Validation_Variable_Reference (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether N denotes a reference to a variable which captures the
-- value of an object for validation purposes.
function Is_Variable_Size_Array (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if E has variable size components
function Is_Variable_Size_Record (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns true if E has variable size components
-- WARNING: There is a matching C declaration of this subprogram in fe.h
function Is_Variable
(N : Node_Id;
Use_Original_Node : Boolean := True) return Boolean;
-- Determines if the tree referenced by N represents a variable, i.e. can
-- appear on the left side of an assignment. There is one situation (formal
-- parameters) in which untagged type conversions are also considered
-- variables, but Is_Variable returns False for such cases, since it has
-- no knowledge of the context. Note that this is the point at which
-- Assignment_OK is checked, and True is returned for any tree thus marked.
-- Use_Original_Node is used to perform the test on Original_Node (N). By
-- default is True since this routine is commonly invoked as part of the
-- semantic analysis and it must not be disturbed by the rewriten nodes.
function Is_View_Conversion (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if N is a type_conversion whose operand is the name of an
-- object and both its target type and operand type are tagged, or it
-- appears in a call as an actual parameter of mode out or in out
-- (RM 4.6(5/2)).
function Is_Visibly_Controlled (T : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Check whether T is derived from a visibly controlled type. This is true
-- if the root type is declared in Ada.Finalization. If T is derived
-- instead from a private type whose full view is controlled, an explicit
-- Initialize/Adjust/Finalize subprogram does not override the inherited
-- one.
function Is_Volatile_Full_Access_Object_Ref (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to an object
-- which is Volatile_Full_Access.
function Is_Volatile_Function (Func_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether [generic] function Func_Id is subject to enabled
-- pragma Volatile_Function. Protected functions are treated as volatile
-- (SPARK RM 7.1.2).
function Is_Volatile_Object_Ref (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to a volatile
-- object as per RM C.6(8). Note that the test here is for something that
-- is actually declared as volatile, not for an object that gets treated
-- as volatile (see Einfo.Treat_As_Volatile).
generic
with procedure Handle_Parameter (Formal : Entity_Id; Actual : Node_Id);
procedure Iterate_Call_Parameters (Call : Node_Id);
-- Calls Handle_Parameter for each pair of formal and actual parameters of
-- a function, procedure, or entry call.
function Itype_Has_Declaration (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Applies to Itypes. True if the Itype is attached to a declaration for
-- the type through its Parent field, which may or not be present in the
-- tree.
procedure Kill_Current_Values (Last_Assignment_Only : Boolean := False);
-- This procedure is called to clear all constant indications from all
-- entities in the current scope and in any parent scopes if the current
-- scope is a block or a package (and that recursion continues to the top
-- scope that is not a block or a package). This is used when the
-- sequential flow-of-control assumption is violated (occurrence of a
-- label, head of a loop, or start of an exception handler). The effect of
-- the call is to clear the Current_Value field (but we do not need to
-- clear the Is_True_Constant flag, since that only gets reset if there
-- really is an assignment somewhere in the entity scope). This procedure
-- also calls Kill_All_Checks, since this is a special case of needing to
-- forget saved values. This procedure also clears the Is_Known_Null and
-- Is_Known_Non_Null and Is_Known_Valid flags in variables, constants or
-- parameters since these are also not known to be trustable any more.
--
-- The Last_Assignment_Only flag is set True to clear only Last_Assignment
-- fields and leave other fields unchanged. This is used when we encounter
-- an unconditional flow of control change (return, goto, raise). In such
-- cases we don't need to clear the current values, since it may be that
-- the flow of control change occurs in a conditional context, and if it
-- is not taken, then it is just fine to keep the current values. But the
-- Last_Assignment field is different, if we have a sequence assign-to-v,
-- conditional-return, assign-to-v, we do not want to complain that the
-- second assignment clobbers the first.
procedure Kill_Current_Values
(Ent : Entity_Id;
Last_Assignment_Only : Boolean := False);
-- This performs the same processing as described above for the form with
-- no argument, but for the specific entity given. The call has no effect
-- if the entity Ent is not for an object. Last_Assignment_Only has the
-- same meaning as for the call with no Ent.
procedure Kill_Size_Check_Code (E : Entity_Id);
-- Called when an address clause or pragma Import is applied to an entity.
-- If the entity is a variable or a constant, and size check code is
-- present, this size check code is killed, since the object will not be
-- allocated by the program.
function Known_Non_Null (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given a node N for a subexpression of an access type, determines if
-- this subexpression yields a value that is known at compile time to
-- be non-null and returns True if so. Returns False otherwise. It is
-- an error to call this function if N is not of an access type.
function Known_Null (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given a node N for a subexpression of an access type, determines if this
-- subexpression yields a value that is known at compile time to be null
-- and returns True if so. Returns False otherwise. It is an error to call
-- this function if N is not of an access type.
function Known_To_Be_Assigned (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- The node N is an entity reference. This function determines whether the
-- reference is for sure an assignment of the entity, returning True if
-- so. This differs from May_Be_Lvalue in that it defaults in the other
-- direction. Cases which may possibly be assignments but are not known to
-- be may return True from May_Be_Lvalue, but False from this function.
function Last_Source_Statement (HSS : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- HSS is a handled statement sequence. This function returns the last
-- statement in Statements (HSS) that has Comes_From_Source set. If no
-- such statement exists, Empty is returned.
procedure Mark_Coextensions (Context_Nod : Node_Id; Root_Nod : Node_Id);
-- Given a node which designates the context of analysis and an origin in
-- the tree, traverse from Root_Nod and mark all allocators as either
-- dynamic or static depending on Context_Nod. Any incorrect marking is
-- cleaned up during resolution.
procedure Mark_Elaboration_Attributes
(N_Id : Node_Or_Entity_Id;
Checks : Boolean := False;
Level : Boolean := False;
Modes : Boolean := False;
Warnings : Boolean := False);
-- Preserve relevant elaboration-related properties of the context in
-- arbitrary entity or node N_Id. The flags control the properties as
-- follows:
--
-- Checks - Save the status of Elaboration_Check
-- Level - Save the declaration level of N_Id (if appicable)
-- Modes - Save the Ghost and SPARK modes in effect (if applicable)
-- Warnings - Save the status of Elab_Warnings
procedure Mark_Save_Invocation_Graph_Of_Body;
-- Notify the body of the main unit that the invocation constructs and
-- relations expressed within it must be recorded by the ABE mechanism.
function Matching_Static_Array_Bounds
(L_Typ : Node_Id;
R_Typ : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- L_Typ and R_Typ are two array types. Returns True when they have the
-- same number of dimensions, and the same static bounds for each index
-- position.
function May_Be_Lvalue (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if N could be an lvalue (e.g. an assignment left hand side).
-- An lvalue is defined as any expression which appears in a context where
-- a name is required by the syntax, and the identity, rather than merely
-- the value of the node is needed (for example, the prefix of an Access
-- attribute is in this category). Note that, as implied by the name, this
-- test is conservative. If it cannot be sure that N is NOT an lvalue, then
-- it returns True. It tries hard to get the answer right, but it is hard
-- to guarantee this in all cases. Note that it is more possible to give
-- correct answer if the tree is fully analyzed.
function Might_Raise (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if evaluation of N might raise an exception. This is conservative;
-- if we're not sure, we return True. If N is a subprogram body, this is
-- about whether execution of that body can raise.
function Nearest_Class_Condition_Subprogram
(Kind : Condition_Kind;
Spec_Id : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Return the nearest ancestor containing the merged class-wide conditions
-- that statically apply to Spec_Id; return Empty otherwise.
function Nearest_Enclosing_Instance (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Return the entity of the nearest enclosing instance which encapsulates
-- entity E. If no such instance exits, return Empty.
function Needs_Finalization (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if Typ requires finalization actions
function Needs_One_Actual (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if a function has defaults for all but its first formal,
-- which is a controlling formal. Used in Ada 2005 mode to solve the
-- syntactic ambiguity that results from an indexing of a function call
-- that returns an array, so that Obj.F (X, Y) may mean F (Ob) (X, Y).
function Needs_Result_Accessibility_Level
(Func_Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Ada 2012 (AI05-0234): Return True if the function needs an implicit
-- parameter to identify the accessibility level of the function result
-- "determined by the point of call".
function Needs_Simple_Initialization
(Typ : 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 Needs_Variable_Reference_Marker
(N : Node_Id;
Calls_OK : Boolean) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary node N denotes a reference to a variable
-- which is suitable for SPARK elaboration checks. Flag Calls_OK should
-- be set when the reference is allowed to appear within calls.
function New_Copy_List_Tree (List : List_Id) return List_Id;
-- Copy recursively an analyzed list of nodes. Uses New_Copy_Tree defined
-- below. As for New_Copy_Tree, it is illegal to attempt to copy extended
-- nodes (entities) either directly or indirectly using this function.
function New_Copy_Separate_List (List : List_Id) return List_Id;
-- Copy recursively a list of nodes using New_Copy_Separate_Tree
function New_Copy_Separate_Tree (Source : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Perform a deep copy of the subtree rooted at Source using New_Copy_Tree
-- replacing entities of local declarations by new entities. This behavior
-- is required by the backend to ensure entities uniqueness when a copy of
-- a subtree is attached to the tree. The new entities keep their original
-- names to facilitate debugging the tree copy.
function New_Copy_Tree
(Source : Node_Id;
Map : Elist_Id := No_Elist;
New_Sloc : Source_Ptr := No_Location;
New_Scope : Entity_Id := Empty;
Scopes_In_EWA_OK : Boolean := False) return Node_Id;
-- Perform a deep copy of the subtree rooted at Source. Entities, itypes,
-- and nodes are handled separately as follows:
--
-- * A node is replicated by first creating a shallow copy, then copying
-- its syntactic fields, where all Parent pointers of the fields are
-- updated to refer to the copy. In addition, the following semantic
-- fields are recreated after the replication takes place.
--
-- First_Named_Actual
-- First_Real_Statement
-- Next_Named_Actual
--
-- If applicable, the Etype field (if any) is updated to refer to a
-- local itype or type (see below).
--
-- * An entity defined within an N_Expression_With_Actions node in the
-- subtree is given a new entity, and all references to the original
-- entity are updated to refer to the new entity. In addition, the
-- following semantic fields are replicated and/or updated to refer
-- to a local entity or itype.
--
-- Discriminant_Constraint
-- Etype
-- First_Index
-- Next_Entity
-- Packed_Array_Impl_Type
-- Scalar_Range
-- Scope
--
-- Note that currently no other expression can define entities.
--
-- * An itype whose Associated_Node_For_Itype node is in the subtree
-- is given a new entity, and all references to the original itype
-- are updated to refer to the new itype. In addition, the following
-- semantic fields are replicated and/or updated to refer to a local
-- entity or itype.
--
-- Discriminant_Constraint
-- Etype
-- First_Index
-- Next_Entity
-- Packed_Array_Impl_Type
-- Scalar_Range
-- Scope
--
-- The Associated_Node_For_Itype is updated to refer to a replicated
-- node.
--
-- The routine can replicate both analyzed and unanalyzed trees. Copying an
-- Empty or Error node yields the same node.
--
-- Parameter Map may be used to specify a set of mappings between entities.
-- These mappings are then taken into account when replicating entities.
-- The format of Map must be as follows:
--
-- old entity 1
-- new entity to replace references to entity 1
-- old entity 2
-- new entity to replace references to entity 2
-- ...
--
-- Map and its contents are left unchanged.
--
-- Parameter New_Sloc may be used to specify a new source location for all
-- replicated entities, itypes, and nodes. The Comes_From_Source indicator
-- is defaulted if a new source location is provided.
--
-- Parameter New_Scope may be used to specify a new scope for all copied
-- entities and itypes.
--
-- Parameter Scopes_In_EWA_OK may be used to force the replication of both
-- scoping entities and non-scoping entities found within expression with
-- actions nodes.
function New_External_Entity
(Kind : Entity_Kind;
Scope_Id : Entity_Id;
Sloc_Value : Source_Ptr;
Related_Id : Entity_Id;
Suffix : Character;
Suffix_Index : Int := 0;
Prefix : Character := ' ') return Entity_Id;
-- This function creates an N_Defining_Identifier node for an internal
-- created entity, such as an implicit type or subtype, or a record
-- initialization procedure. The entity name is constructed with a call
-- to New_External_Name (Related_Id, Suffix, Suffix_Index, Prefix), so
-- that the generated name may be referenced as a public entry, and the
-- Is_Public flag is set if needed (using Set_Public_Status). If the
-- entity is for a type or subtype, the size/align fields are initialized
-- to unknown (Uint_0).
function New_Internal_Entity
(Kind : Entity_Kind;
Scope_Id : Entity_Id;
Sloc_Value : Source_Ptr;
Id_Char : Character) return Entity_Id;
-- This function is similar to New_External_Entity, except that the
-- name is constructed by New_Internal_Name (Id_Char). This is used
-- when the resulting entity does not have to be referenced as a
-- public entity (and in this case Is_Public is not set).
function Next_Actual (Actual_Id : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Find next actual parameter in declaration order. As described for
-- First_Actual, this is the next actual in the declaration order, not
-- the call order, so this does not correspond to simply taking the
-- next entry of the Parameter_Associations list. The argument is an
-- actual previously returned by a call to First_Actual or Next_Actual.
-- Note that the result produced is always an expression, not a parameter
-- association node, even if named notation was used.
-- WARNING: There is a matching C declaration of this subprogram in fe.h
procedure Next_Actual (Actual_Id : in out Node_Id);
pragma Inline (Next_Actual);
-- Next_Actual (N) is equivalent to N := Next_Actual (N). Note that we
-- inline this procedural form, but not the functional form above.
function Next_Global (Node : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Node is a global item from a list, obtained through calling First_Global
-- and possibly Next_Global a number of times. Returns the next global item
-- with the same mode.
procedure Next_Global (Node : in out Node_Id);
pragma Inline (Next_Global);
-- Next_Global (N) is equivalent to N := Next_Global (N). Note that we
-- inline this procedural form, but not the functional form above.
function No_Caching_Enabled (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given the entity of a variable, determine whether Id is subject to
-- volatility property No_Caching and if it is, the related expression
-- evaluates to True.
function No_Heap_Finalization (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether type Typ is subject to pragma No_Heap_Finalization
procedure Normalize_Actuals
(N : Node_Id;
S : Entity_Id;
Report : Boolean;
Success : out Boolean);
-- Reorders lists of actuals according to names of formals, value returned
-- in Success indicates success of reordering. For more details, see body.
-- Errors are reported only if Report is set to True.
procedure Note_Possible_Modification (N : Node_Id; Sure : Boolean);
-- This routine is called if the sub-expression N maybe the target of
-- an assignment (e.g. it is the left side of an assignment, used as
-- an out parameters, or used as prefixes of access attributes). It
-- sets May_Be_Modified in the associated entity if there is one,
-- taking into account the rule that in the case of renamed objects,
-- it is the flag in the renamed object that must be set.
--
-- The parameter Sure is set True if the modification is sure to occur
-- (e.g. target of assignment, or out parameter), and to False if the
-- modification is only potential (e.g. address of entity taken).
function Null_To_Null_Address_Convert_OK
(N : Node_Id;
Typ : Entity_Id := Empty) return Boolean;
-- Return True if we are compiling in relaxed RM semantics mode and:
-- 1) N is a N_Null node and Typ is a descendant of System.Address, or
-- 2) N is a comparison operator, one of the operands is null, and the
-- type of the other operand is a descendant of System.Address.
function Number_Of_Elements_In_Array (T : Entity_Id) return Int;
-- Returns the number of elements in the array T if the index bounds of T
-- is known at compile time. If the bounds are not known at compile time,
-- the function returns the value zero.
function Original_Aspect_Pragma_Name (N : Node_Id) return Name_Id;
-- Retrieve the name of aspect or pragma N, taking into account a possible
-- rewrite and whether the pragma is generated from an aspect as the names
-- may be different. The routine also deals with 'Class in which case it
-- returns the following values:
--
-- Invariant -> Name_uInvariant
-- Post'Class -> Name_uPost
-- Pre'Class -> Name_uPre
-- Type_Invariant -> Name_uType_Invariant
-- Type_Invariant'Class -> Name_uType_Invariant
function Original_Corresponding_Operation (S : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- [Ada 2012: AI05-0125-1]: If S is an inherited dispatching primitive S2,
-- or overrides an inherited dispatching primitive S2, the original
-- corresponding operation of S is the original corresponding operation of
-- S2. Otherwise, it is S itself.
function Original_View_In_Visible_Part (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the type Typ has a private view or if the public view
-- appears in the visible part of a package spec.
procedure Output_Entity (Id : Entity_Id);
-- Print entity Id to standard output. The name of the entity appears in
-- fully qualified form.
--
-- WARNING: this routine should be used in debugging scenarios such as
-- tracking down undefined symbols as it is fairly low level.
procedure Output_Name (Nam : Name_Id; Scop : Entity_Id := Current_Scope);
-- Print name Nam to standard output. The name appears in fully qualified
-- form assuming it appears in scope Scop. Note that this may not reflect
-- the final qualification as the entity which carries the name may be
-- relocated to a different scope.
--
-- WARNING: this routine should be used in debugging scenarios such as
-- tracking down undefined symbols as it is fairly low level.
function Param_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Given an expression N, determines if the expression is a reference
-- to a formal (of a subprogram or entry), and if so returns the Id
-- of the corresponding formal entity, otherwise returns Empty. Also
-- handles the case of references to renamings of formals.
function Policy_In_Effect (Policy : Name_Id) return Name_Id;
-- Given a policy, return the policy identifier associated with it. If no
-- such policy is in effect, the value returned is No_Name.
function Predicate_Enabled (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if a predicate check should be emitted for the given type
-- Typ, taking into account Predicates_Ignored and
-- Predicate_Checks_Suppressed.
function Predicate_Tests_On_Arguments (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Subp is the entity for a subprogram call. This function returns True if
-- predicate tests are required for the arguments in this call (this is the
-- normal case). It returns False for special cases where these predicate
-- tests should be skipped (see body for details).
function Primitive_Names_Match (E1, E2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the names of both entities correspond with matching
-- primitives. This routine includes support for the case in which one
-- or both entities correspond with entities built by Derive_Subprogram
-- with a special name to avoid being overridden (i.e. return true in case
-- of entities with names "nameP" and "name" or vice versa).
function Private_Component (Type_Id : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Returns some private component (if any) of the given Type_Id.
-- Used to enforce the rules on visibility of operations on composite
-- types, that depend on the full view of the component type. For a
-- record type there may be several such components, we just return
-- the first one.
procedure Process_End_Label
(N : Node_Id;
Typ : Character;
Ent : Entity_Id);
-- N is a node whose End_Label is to be processed, generating all
-- appropriate cross-reference entries, and performing style checks
-- for any identifier references in the end label. Typ is either
-- 'e' or 't indicating the type of the cross-reference entity
-- (e for spec, t for body, see Lib.Xref spec for details). The
-- parameter Ent gives the entity to which the End_Label refers,
-- and to which cross-references are to be generated.
procedure Propagate_Concurrent_Flags
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Comp_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Set Has_Task, Has_Protected, and Has_Timing_Event on Typ when the flags
-- are set on Comp_Typ. This follows the definition of these flags, which
-- are set (recursively) on any composite type that has a component marked
-- by one of these flags. This procedure can only set flags for Typ, and
-- never clear them. Comp_Typ is the type of a component or a parent.
procedure Propagate_DIC_Attributes
(Typ : Entity_Id;
From_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Inherit all Default_Initial_Condition-related attributes from type
-- From_Typ. Typ is the destination type.
procedure Propagate_Invariant_Attributes
(Typ : Entity_Id;
From_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Inherit all invariant-related attributes from type From_Typ. Typ is the
-- destination type.
procedure Propagate_Predicate_Attributes
(Typ : Entity_Id;
From_Typ : Entity_Id);
-- Inherit predicate functions and Has_Predicates flag from type From_Typ.
-- Typ is the destination type.
procedure Record_Possible_Part_Of_Reference
(Var_Id : Entity_Id;
Ref : Node_Id);
-- Save reference Ref to variable Var_Id when the variable is subject to
-- pragma Part_Of. If the variable is known to be a constituent of a single
-- protected/task type, the legality of the reference is verified and the
-- save does not take place.
function Referenced (Id : Entity_Id; Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether entity Id is referenced within expression Expr
function References_Generic_Formal_Type (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the expression Expr contains any references to a generic
-- type. This can only happen within a generic template.
procedure Remove_Entity_And_Homonym (Id : Entity_Id);
-- Remove arbitrary entity Id from both the homonym and scope chains. Use
-- Remove_Overloaded_Entity for overloadable entities. Note: the removal
-- performed by this routine does not affect the visibility of existing
-- homonyms.
procedure Remove_Homonym (Id : Entity_Id);
-- Removes entity Id from the homonym chain
procedure Remove_Overloaded_Entity (Id : Entity_Id);
-- Remove arbitrary entity Id from the homonym chain, the scope chain and
-- the primitive operations list of the associated controlling type. Use
-- Remove_Entity for non-overloadable entities. Note: the removal performed
-- by this routine does not affect the visibility of existing homonyms.
function Remove_Suffix (E : Entity_Id; Suffix : Character) return Name_Id;
-- Returns the name of E without Suffix
procedure Replace_Null_By_Null_Address (N : Node_Id);
-- N is N_Null or a binary comparison operator, we are compiling in relaxed
-- RM semantics mode, and one of the operands is null. Replace null with
-- System.Null_Address.
function Rep_To_Pos_Flag (E : Entity_Id; Loc : Source_Ptr) return Node_Id;
-- This is used to construct the second argument in a call to Rep_To_Pos
-- which is Standard_True if range checks are enabled (E is an entity to
-- which the Range_Checks_Suppressed test is applied), and Standard_False
-- if range checks are suppressed. Loc is the location for the node that
-- is returned (which is a New_Occurrence of the appropriate entity).
--
-- Note: one might think that it would be fine to always use True and
-- to ignore the suppress in this case, but it is generally better to
-- believe a request to suppress exceptions if possible, and further
-- more there is at least one case in the generated code (the code for
-- array assignment in a loop) that depends on this suppression.
procedure Require_Entity (N : Node_Id);
-- N is a node which should have an entity value if it is an entity name.
-- If not, then check if there were previous errors. If so, just fill
-- in with Any_Id and ignore. Otherwise signal a program error exception.
-- This is used as a defense mechanism against ill-formed trees caused by
-- previous errors (particularly in -gnatq mode).
function Requires_Transient_Scope (Id : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Id is a type entity. The result is True when temporaries of this type
-- need to be wrapped in a transient scope to be reclaimed properly when a
-- secondary stack is in use. Examples of types requiring such wrapping are
-- controlled types and variable-sized types including unconstrained
-- arrays.
-- WARNING: There is a matching C declaration of this subprogram in fe.h
procedure Reset_Analyzed_Flags (N : Node_Id);
-- Reset the Analyzed flags in all nodes of the tree whose root is N
procedure Restore_SPARK_Mode (Mode : SPARK_Mode_Type; Prag : Node_Id);
-- Set the current SPARK_Mode to Mode and SPARK_Mode_Pragma to Prag. This
-- routine must be used in tandem with Set_SPARK_Mode.
function Returns_Unconstrained_Type (Subp : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return true if Subp is a function that returns an unconstrained type
function Root_Type_Of_Full_View (T : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Similar to attribute Root_Type, but this version always follows the
-- Full_View of a private type (if available) while searching for the
-- ultimate derivation ancestor.
function Safe_To_Capture_Value
(N : Node_Id;
Ent : Entity_Id;
Cond : Boolean := False) return Boolean;
-- The caller is interested in capturing a value (either the current
-- value, an indication that the value is [non-]null or an indication that
-- the value is valid) for the given entity Ent. This value can only be
-- captured if sequential execution semantics can be properly guaranteed so
-- that a subsequent reference will indeed be sure that this current value
-- indication is correct. The node N is the construct that resulted in the
-- possible capture of the value (this is used to check if we are in a
-- conditional).
--
-- Cond is used to skip the test for being inside a conditional. It is used
-- in the case of capturing values from if/while tests, which already do a
-- proper job of handling scoping issues without this help.
--
-- The only entities whose values can be captured are OUT and IN OUT formal
-- parameters, and variables unless Cond is True, in which case we also
-- allow IN formals, loop parameters and constants, where we cannot ever
-- capture actual value information, but we can capture conditional tests.
function Same_Name (N1, N2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if two (possibly expanded) names are the same name. This is
-- a purely syntactic test, and N1 and N2 need not be analyzed.
function Same_Object (Node1, Node2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine if Node1 and Node2 are known to designate the same object.
-- This is a semantic test and both nodes must be fully analyzed. A result
-- of True is decisively correct. A result of False does not necessarily
-- mean that different objects are designated, just that this could not
-- be reliably determined at compile time.
function Same_Or_Aliased_Subprograms
(S : Entity_Id;
E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if the subprogram entity S is the same as E or else S is an
-- alias of E.
function Same_Type (T1, T2 : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if T1 and T2 represent exactly the same type. Two types
-- are the same if they are identical, or if one is an unconstrained
-- subtype of the other, or they are both common subtypes of the same
-- type with identical constraints. The result returned is conservative.
-- It is True if the types are known to be the same, but a result of
-- False is indecisive (e.g. the compiler may not be able to tell that
-- two constraints are identical).
function Same_Value (Node1, Node2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determines if Node1 and Node2 are known to be the same value, which is
-- true if they are both compile time known values and have the same value,
-- or if they are the same object (in the sense of function Same_Object).
-- A result of False does not necessarily mean they have different values,
-- just that it is not possible to determine they have the same value.
function Scalar_Part_Present (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether arbitrary type Typ is a scalar type, or contains at
-- least one scalar subcomponent.
function Scope_Within
(Inner : Entity_Id;
Outer : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether scope Inner appears within scope Outer. Note that
-- scopes are partially ordered, so Scope_Within (A, B) and Scope_Within
-- (B, A) may both return False.
function Scope_Within_Or_Same
(Inner : Entity_Id;
Outer : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether scope Inner appears within scope Outer or both denote
-- the same scope. Note that scopes are partially ordered, so Scope_Within
-- (A, B) and Scope_Within (B, A) may both return False.
procedure Set_Current_Entity (E : Entity_Id);
pragma Inline (Set_Current_Entity);
-- Establish the entity E as the currently visible definition of its
-- associated name (i.e. the Node_Id associated with its name).
procedure Set_Debug_Info_Defining_Id (N : Node_Id);
-- Call Set_Debug_Info_Needed on Defining_Identifier (N) if it comes
-- from source.
procedure Set_Debug_Info_Needed (T : Entity_Id);
-- Sets the Debug_Info_Needed flag on entity T , and also on any entities
-- that are needed by T (for an object, the type of the object is needed,
-- and for a type, various subsidiary types are needed -- see body for
-- details). Never has any effect on T if the Debug_Info_Off flag is set.
-- This routine should always be used instead of Set_Needs_Debug_Info to
-- ensure that subsidiary entities are properly handled.
procedure Set_Entity_With_Checks (N : Node_Id; Val : Entity_Id);
-- This procedure has the same calling sequence as Set_Entity, but it
-- performs additional checks as follows:
--
-- If Style_Check is set, then it calls a style checking routine which
-- can check identifier spelling style. This procedure also takes care
-- of checking the restriction No_Implementation_Identifiers.
--
-- If restriction No_Abort_Statements is set, then it checks that the
-- entity is not Ada.Task_Identification.Abort_Task.
--
-- If restriction No_Dynamic_Attachment is set, then it checks that the
-- entity is not one of the restricted names for this restriction.
--
-- If restriction No_Long_Long_Integers is set, then it checks that the
-- entity is not Standard.Long_Long_Integer.
--
-- If restriction No_Implementation_Identifiers is set, then it checks
-- that the entity is not implementation defined.
procedure Set_Invalid_Scalar_Value
(Scal_Typ : Float_Scalar_Id;
Value : Ureal);
-- Associate invalid value Value with scalar type Scal_Typ as specified by
-- pragma Initialize_Scalars.
procedure Set_Invalid_Scalar_Value
(Scal_Typ : Integer_Scalar_Id;
Value : Uint);
-- Associate invalid value Value with scalar type Scal_Typ as specified by
-- pragma Initialize_Scalars.
procedure Set_Name_Entity_Id (Id : Name_Id; Val : Entity_Id);
pragma Inline (Set_Name_Entity_Id);
-- Sets the Entity_Id value associated with the given name, which is the
-- Id of the innermost visible entity with the given name. See the body
-- of package Sem_Ch8 for further details on the handling of visibility.
procedure Set_Next_Actual (Ass1_Id : Node_Id; Ass2_Id : Node_Id);
-- The arguments may be parameter associations, whose descendants
-- are the optional formal name and the actual parameter. Positional
-- parameters are already members of a list, and do not need to be
-- chained separately. See also First_Actual and Next_Actual.
procedure Set_Optimize_Alignment_Flags (E : Entity_Id);
pragma Inline (Set_Optimize_Alignment_Flags);
-- Sets Optimize_Alignment_Space/Time flags in E from current settings
procedure Set_Public_Status (Id : Entity_Id);
-- If an entity (visible or otherwise) is defined in a library
-- package, or a package that is itself public, then this subprogram
-- labels the entity public as well.
procedure Set_Referenced_Modified (N : Node_Id; Out_Param : Boolean);
-- N is the node for either a left hand side (Out_Param set to False),
-- or an Out or In_Out parameter (Out_Param set to True). If there is
-- an assignable entity being referenced, then the appropriate flag
-- (Referenced_As_LHS if Out_Param is False, Referenced_As_Out_Parameter
-- if Out_Param is True) is set True, and the other flag set False.
procedure Set_Rep_Info (T1 : Entity_Id; T2 : Entity_Id);
pragma Inline (Set_Rep_Info);
-- Copies the Is_Atomic, Is_Independent and Is_Volatile_Full_Access flags
-- from sub(type) entity T2 to (sub)type entity T1, as well as Is_Volatile
-- if T1 is a base type.
procedure Set_Scope_Is_Transient (V : Boolean := True);
-- Set the flag Is_Transient of the current scope
procedure Set_Size_Info (T1, T2 : Entity_Id);
pragma Inline (Set_Size_Info);
-- Copies the Esize field and Has_Biased_Representation flag from sub(type)
-- entity T2 to (sub)type entity T1. Also copies the Is_Unsigned_Type flag
-- in the fixed-point and discrete cases, and also copies the alignment
-- value from T2 to T1. It does NOT copy the RM_Size field, which must be
-- separately set if this is required to be copied also.
procedure Set_SPARK_Mode (Context : Entity_Id);
-- Establish the SPARK_Mode and SPARK_Mode_Pragma (if any) of a package or
-- a subprogram denoted by Context. This routine must be used in tandem
-- with Restore_SPARK_Mode.
function Scope_Is_Transient return Boolean;
-- True if the current scope is transient
function Should_Ignore_Pragma_Par (Prag_Name : Name_Id) return Boolean;
function Should_Ignore_Pragma_Sem (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- True if we should ignore pragmas with the specified name. In particular,
-- this returns True if pragma Ignore_Pragma applies, and we are not in a
-- predefined unit. The _Par version should be called only from the parser;
-- the _Sem version should be called only during semantic analysis.
function Static_Boolean (N : Node_Id) return Opt_Ubool;
-- This function analyzes the given expression node and then resolves it
-- as Standard.Boolean. If the result is static, then Uint_1 or Uint_0 is
-- returned corresponding to the value, otherwise an error message is
-- output and No_Uint is returned.
function Static_Integer (N : Node_Id) return Uint;
-- This function analyzes the given expression node and then resolves it
-- as any integer type. If the result is static, then the value of the
-- universal expression is returned, otherwise an error message is output
-- and a value of No_Uint is returned.
function Statically_Denotes_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True iff N is a name that "statically denotes" an entity.
function Statically_Denotes_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True iff N is a name that "statically denotes" an object.
function Statically_Different (E1, E2 : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if it can be statically determined that the Expressions
-- E1 and E2 refer to different objects
function Statically_Names_Object (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True iff N is a name that "statically names" an object.
function String_From_Numeric_Literal (N : Node_Id) return String_Id;
-- Return the string that corresponds to the numeric literal N as it
-- appears in the source.
function Subject_To_Loop_Entry_Attributes (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether node N is a loop statement subject to at least one
-- 'Loop_Entry attribute.
function Subprogram_Access_Level (Subp : Entity_Id) return Uint;
-- Return the accessibility level of the view denoted by Subp
function Support_Atomic_Primitives (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Return True if Typ supports the GCC built-in atomic operations (i.e. if
-- Typ is properly sized and aligned).
procedure Trace_Scope (N : Node_Id; E : Entity_Id; Msg : String);
-- Print debugging information on entry to each unit being analyzed
procedure Transfer_Entities (From : Entity_Id; To : Entity_Id);
-- Move a list of entities from one scope to another, and recompute
-- Is_Public based upon the new scope.
generic
with function Process (N : Node_Id) return Traverse_Result is <>;
Process_Itypes : Boolean := False;
function Traverse_More_Func (Node : Node_Id) return Traverse_Final_Result;
-- This is a version of Atree.Traverse_Func that not only traverses
-- syntactic children of nodes, but also semantic children which are
-- logically children of the node. This concerns currently lists of
-- action nodes and ranges under Itypes, both inserted by the compiler.
-- Itypes are only traversed when Process_Itypes is True.
generic
with function Process (N : Node_Id) return Traverse_Result is <>;
Process_Itypes : Boolean := False;
procedure Traverse_More_Proc (Node : Node_Id);
pragma Inline (Traverse_More_Proc);
-- This is the same as Traverse_More_Func except that no result is
-- returned, i.e. Traverse_More_Func is called and the result is simply
-- discarded.
function Type_Access_Level
(Typ : Entity_Id;
Allow_Alt_Model : Boolean := True;
Assoc_Ent : Entity_Id := Empty) return Uint;
-- Return the accessibility level of Typ
-- The Allow_Alt_Model parameter allows the alternative level calculation
-- under the restriction No_Dynamic_Accessibility_Checks to be performed.
-- Assoc_Ent allows for the optional specification of the entity associated
-- with Typ. This gets utilized mostly for anonymous access type
-- processing, where context matters in interpreting Typ's level.
function Type_Without_Stream_Operation
(T : Entity_Id;
Op : TSS_Name_Type := TSS_Null) return Entity_Id;
-- AI05-0161: In Ada 2012, if the restriction No_Default_Stream_Attributes
-- is active then we cannot generate stream subprograms for composite types
-- with elementary subcomponents that lack user-defined stream subprograms.
-- This predicate determines whether a type has such an elementary
-- subcomponent. If Op is TSS_Null, a type that lacks either Read or Write
-- prevents the construction of a composite stream operation. If Op is
-- specified we check only for the given stream operation.
function Ultimate_Overlaid_Entity (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- If entity E is overlaying some other entity via an Address clause (which
-- possibly overlays yet another entity via its own Address clause), then
-- return the ultimate overlaid entity. If entity E is not overlaying any
-- other entity (or the overlaid entity cannot be determined statically),
-- then return Empty.
--
-- Subsidiary to the analysis of object overlays in SPARK.
function Ultimate_Prefix (N : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Obtain the "outermost" prefix of arbitrary node N. Return N if no such
-- prefix exists.
function Unique_Defining_Entity (N : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Return the entity that represents declaration N, so that different
-- views of the same entity have the same unique defining entity:
-- * private view and full view of a deferred constant
-- --> full view
-- * entry spec and entry body
-- --> entry spec
-- * formal parameter on spec and body
-- --> formal parameter on spec
-- * package spec, body, and body stub
-- --> package spec
-- * protected type, protected body, and protected body stub
-- --> protected type (full view if private)
-- * subprogram spec, body, and body stub
-- --> subprogram spec
-- * task type, task body, and task body stub
-- --> task type (full view if private)
-- * private or incomplete view and full view of a type
-- --> full view
-- In other cases, return the defining entity for N.
function Unique_Entity (E : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Return the unique entity for entity E, which would be returned by
-- Unique_Defining_Entity if applied to the enclosing declaration of E.
function Unique_Name (E : Entity_Id) return String;
-- Return a unique name for entity E, which could be used to identify E
-- across compilation units.
Child_Prefix : constant String := "ada___";
-- Prefix for child packages when building a unique name for an entity. It
-- is included here to share between Unique_Name and gnatprove.
function Unit_Is_Visible (U : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether a compilation unit is visible in the current context,
-- because there is a with_clause that makes the unit available. Used to
-- provide better messages on common visiblity errors on operators.
function Universal_Interpretation (Opnd : Node_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Yields Universal_Integer or Universal_Real if this is a candidate
function Unqualify (Expr : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
pragma Inline (Unqualify);
-- Removes any qualifications from Expr. For example, for T1'(T2'(X)), this
-- returns X. If Expr is not a qualified expression, returns Expr.
function Unqual_Conv (Expr : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
pragma Inline (Unqual_Conv);
-- Similar to Unqualify, but removes qualified expressions, type
-- conversions, and unchecked conversions.
function Validated_View (Typ : Entity_Id) return Entity_Id;
-- Obtain the "validated view" of arbitrary type Typ which is suitable for
-- verification by attribute 'Valid_Scalars. This view is the type itself
-- or its full view while stripping away concurrency, derivations, and
-- privacy.
function Visible_Ancestors (Typ : Entity_Id) return Elist_Id;
-- [Ada 2012:AI-0125-1]: Collect all the visible parents and progenitors
-- of a type extension or private extension declaration. If the full-view
-- of private parents and progenitors is available then it is used to
-- generate the list of visible ancestors; otherwise their partial
-- view is added to the resulting list.
function Within_Init_Proc return Boolean;
-- Determines if Current_Scope is within an init proc
function Within_Protected_Type (E : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if entity E is declared within a protected type
function Within_Scope (E : Entity_Id; S : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Returns True if entity E is declared within scope S
procedure Wrong_Type (Expr : Node_Id; Expected_Type : Entity_Id);
-- Output error message for incorrectly typed expression. Expr is the node
-- for the incorrectly typed construct (Etype (Expr) is the type found),
-- and Expected_Type is the entity for the expected type. Note that Expr
-- does not have to be a subexpression, anything with an Etype field may
-- be used.
function Yields_Synchronized_Object (Typ : Entity_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether type Typ "yields synchronized object" as specified by
-- SPARK RM 9.1. To qualify as such, a type must be
-- * An array type whose element type yields a synchronized object
-- * A descendant of type Ada.Synchronous_Task_Control.Suspension_Object
-- * A protected type
-- * A record type or type extension without defaulted discriminants
-- whose components are of a type that yields a synchronized object.
-- * A synchronized interface type
-- * A task type
function Yields_Universal_Type (N : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Determine whether unanalyzed node N yields a universal type
procedure Preanalyze_Without_Errors (N : Node_Id);
-- Preanalyze N without reporting errors
package Interval_Lists is
type Discrete_Interval is
record
Low, High : Uint;
end record;
type Discrete_Interval_List is
array (Pos range <>) of Discrete_Interval;
-- A sorted (in ascending order) list of non-empty pairwise-disjoint
-- intervals, always with a gap of at least one value between
-- successive intervals (i.e., mergeable intervals are merged).
-- Low bound is one; high bound is nonnegative.
function Aggregate_Intervals (N : Node_Id) return Discrete_Interval_List;
-- Given an array aggregate N, returns the (unique) interval list
-- representing the values of the aggregate choices; if all the array
-- components are covered by the others choice then the length of the
-- result is zero.
function Choice_List_Intervals
(Discrete_Choices : List_Id) return Discrete_Interval_List;
-- Given a discrete choice list, returns the (unique) interval
-- list representing the chosen values.
function Type_Intervals (Typ : Entity_Id) return Discrete_Interval_List;
-- Given a static discrete type or subtype, returns the (unique)
-- interval list representing the values of the type/subtype.
-- If no static predicates are involved, the length of the result
-- will be at most one.
function Is_Subset (Subset, Of_Set : Discrete_Interval_List)
return Boolean;
-- Returns True iff every value belonging to some interval of
-- Subset also belongs to some interval of Of_Set.
-- When we get around to implementing "is statically compatible"
-- correctly for real types with static predicates, we may need
-- an analogous Real_Interval_List type. Most of the language
-- rules that reference "is statically compatible" pertain to
-- discriminants and therefore do not require support for real types;
-- the exception is 12.5.1(8).
Intervals_Error : exception;
-- Raised when the list of non-empty pair-wise disjoint intervals cannot
-- be built.
end Interval_Lists;
package Old_Attr_Util is
-- Operations related to 'Old attribute evaluation. This
-- includes cases where a level of indirection is needed due to
-- conditional evaluation as well as support for the
-- "known on entry" rules.
package Conditional_Evaluation is
function Eligible_For_Conditional_Evaluation
(Expr : Node_Id) return Boolean;
-- Given a subexpression of a Postcondition expression
-- (typically a 'Old attribute reference), returns True if
-- - the expression is conditionally evaluated; and
-- - its determining expressions are all known on entry; and
-- - Ada_Version >= Ada_2022.
-- See RM 6.1.1 for definitions of these terms.
--
-- Also returns True if Expr is of an anonymous access type;
-- this is just because we want the code that knows how to build
-- 'Old temps in that case to reside in only one place.
function Conditional_Evaluation_Condition
(Expr : Node_Id) return Node_Id;
-- Given an expression which is eligible for conditional evaluation,
-- build a Boolean expression whose value indicates whether the
-- expression should be evaluated.
end Conditional_Evaluation;
package Indirect_Temps is
generic
with procedure Append_Item (N : Node_Id; Is_Eval_Stmt : Boolean);
-- If Is_Eval_Stmt is True, then N is a statement that should
-- only be executed in the case where the 'Old prefix is to be
-- evaluated. If Is_Eval_Stmt is False, then N is a declaration
-- which should be elaborated unconditionally.
-- Client is responsible for ensuring that any appended
-- Eval_Stmt nodes are eventually analyzed.
Append_Decls_In_Reverse_Order : Boolean := False;
-- This parameter is for the convenience of exp_prag.adb, where we
-- want to Prepend rather than Append so it is better to get the
-- Append calls in reverse order.
procedure Declare_Indirect_Temp
(Attr_Prefix : Node_Id; -- prefix of 'Old attribute (or similar?)
Indirect_Temp : out Entity_Id);
-- Indirect_Temp is of an access type; it is unconditionally
-- declared but only conditionally initialized to reference the
-- saved value of Attr_Prefix.