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/* -- Target interface for the D front end.
Copyright (C) 2013-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
any later version.
GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
<>. */
#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "coretypes.h"
#include "dmd/aggregate.h"
#include "dmd/declaration.h"
#include "dmd/expression.h"
#include "dmd/mangle.h"
#include "dmd/mtype.h"
#include "dmd/tokens.h"
#include "dmd/target.h"
#include "tree.h"
#include "memmodel.h"
#include "fold-const.h"
#include "diagnostic.h"
#include "stor-layout.h"
#include "tm.h"
#include "tm_p.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "d-tree.h"
#include "d-target.h"
/* Implements the Target interface defined by the front end.
Used for retrieving target-specific information. */
Target target;
/* Internal key handlers for `__traits(getTargetInfo)'. */
static tree d_handle_target_cpp_std (void);
static tree d_handle_target_cpp_runtime_library (void);
static tree d_handle_target_object_format (void);
/* In [traits/getTargetInfo], a reliable subset of getTargetInfo keys exists
which are always available. */
static const struct d_target_info_spec d_language_target_info[] =
/* { name, handler } */
{ "cppStd", d_handle_target_cpp_std },
{ "cppRuntimeLibrary", d_handle_target_cpp_runtime_library },
{ "floatAbi", NULL },
{ "objectFormat", d_handle_target_object_format },
/* Table `__traits(getTargetInfo)' keys. */
static vec<d_target_info_spec> d_target_info_table;
/* Initialize the floating-point constants for TYPE. */
template <typename T>
static void
define_float_constants (T &f, tree type)
const double log10_2 = 0.30102999566398119521;
char buf[128];
/* Get back-end real mode format. */
const machine_mode mode = TYPE_MODE (type);
const real_format *fmt = REAL_MODE_FORMAT (mode);
/* The largest representable value that's not infinity. */
get_max_float (fmt, buf, sizeof (buf), false);
real_from_string (&f.max.rv (), buf);
/* The smallest representable normalized value that's not 0. */
snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), "0x1p%d", fmt->emin - 1);
real_from_string (&f.min_normal.rv (), buf);
/* Floating-point NaN. */
real_nan (&f.nan.rv (), "", 1, mode);
/* Signalling floating-point NaN. */
real_nan (&f.snan.rv (), "", 0, mode);
/* Floating-point +Infinity if the target supports infinities. */
real_inf (&f.infinity.rv ());
/* The smallest increment to the value 1. */
if (fmt->pnan < fmt->p)
snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), "0x1p%d", fmt->emin - fmt->p);
snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), "0x1p%d", 1 - fmt->p);
real_from_string (&f.epsilon.rv (), buf);
/* The number of decimal digits of precision. */
f.dig = (fmt->p - 1) * log10_2;
/* The number of bits in mantissa. */
f.mant_dig = fmt->p;
/* The maximum int value such that 2** (value-1) is representable. */
f.max_exp = fmt->emax;
/* The minimum int value such that 2** (value-1) is representable as a
normalized value. */
f.min_exp = fmt->emin;
/* The maximum int value such that 10**value is representable. */
f.max_10_exp = fmt->emax * log10_2;
/* The minimum int value such that 10**value is representable as a
normalized value. */
f.min_10_exp = (fmt->emin - 1) * log10_2;
/* Initialize all variables of the Target structure. */
Target::_init (const Param &)
/* Map D frontend type and sizes to GCC back-end types. */
this->ptrsize = (POINTER_SIZE / BITS_PER_UNIT);
this->realsize = int_size_in_bytes (long_double_type_node);
this->realpad = (this->realsize -
(TYPE_PRECISION (long_double_type_node) / BITS_PER_UNIT));
this->realalignsize = TYPE_ALIGN_UNIT (long_double_type_node);
/* Much of the dmd front-end uses ints for sizes and offsets, and cannot
handle any larger data type without some pervasive rework. */
this->maxStaticDataSize = tree_to_shwi (TYPE_MAX_VALUE (integer_type_node));
/* Define what type to use for size_t, ptrdiff_t. */
if (this->ptrsize == 8)
global.params.isLP64 = true;
Type::tsize_t = Type::basic[Tuns64];
Type::tptrdiff_t = Type::basic[Tint64];
else if (this->ptrsize == 4)
Type::tsize_t = Type::basic[Tuns32];
Type::tptrdiff_t = Type::basic[Tint32];
else if (this->ptrsize == 2)
Type::tsize_t = Type::basic[Tuns16];
Type::tptrdiff_t = Type::basic[Tint16];
sorry ("D does not support pointers on this target.");
Type::thash_t = Type::tsize_t;
/* Set-up target C ABI. */
this->c.longsize = int_size_in_bytes (long_integer_type_node);
this->c.long_doublesize = int_size_in_bytes (long_double_type_node);
/* Define what type to use for wchar_t. We don't want to support wide
characters less than "short" in D. */
if (WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE == 32)
this->c.twchar_t = Type::basic[Tdchar];
else if (WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE == 16)
this->c.twchar_t = Type::basic[Twchar];
sorry ("D does not support wide characters on this target.");
/* Set-up target C++ ABI. */
this->cpp.reverseOverloads = false;
this->cpp.exceptions = true;
this->cpp.twoDtorInVtable = true;
/* Set-up target Objective-C ABI. */
this->objc.supported = false;
/* Initialize all compile-time properties for floating-point types.
Should ensure that our real_t type is able to represent real_value. */
gcc_assert (sizeof (real_t) >= sizeof (real_value));
define_float_constants (this->FloatProperties, float_type_node);
define_float_constants (this->DoubleProperties, double_type_node);
define_float_constants (this->RealProperties, long_double_type_node);
/* Commonly used floating-point constants. */
const machine_mode mode = TYPE_MODE (long_double_type_node);
real_convert (&CTFloat::zero.rv (), mode, &dconst0);
real_convert (&CTFloat::one.rv (), mode, &dconst1);
real_convert (&CTFloat::minusone.rv (), mode, &dconstm1);
real_convert (&CTFloat::half.rv (), mode, &dconsthalf);
/* Initialize target info tables, the keys required by the language are added
last, so that the OS and CPU handlers can override. */
targetdm.d_register_cpu_target_info ();
targetdm.d_register_os_target_info ();
d_add_target_info_handlers (d_language_target_info);
/* Return GCC memory alignment size for type TYPE. */
Target::alignsize (Type *type)
gcc_assert (type->isTypeBasic ());
return min_align_of_type (build_ctype (type));
/* Return GCC field alignment size for type TYPE. */
Target::fieldalign (Type *type)
/* Work out the correct alignment for the field decl. */
unsigned int align = type->alignsize () * BITS_PER_UNIT;
align = MIN (align, (unsigned) BIGGEST_FIELD_ALIGNMENT);
if (type->isTypeBasic ())
align = ADJUST_FIELD_ALIGN (NULL_TREE, build_ctype (type), align);
/* Also controlled by -fpack-struct= */
if (maximum_field_alignment)
align = MIN (align, maximum_field_alignment);
return align / BITS_PER_UNIT;
/* Returns a Type for the va_list type of the target. */
Type *
Target::va_listType (const Loc &, Scope *)
if (this->tvalist)
return this->tvalist;
/* Build the "standard" abi va_list. */
this->tvalist = build_frontend_type (va_list_type_node);
if (!this->tvalist)
sorry ("cannot represent built-in %<va_list%> type in D");
/* Map the va_list type to the D frontend Type. This is to prevent both
errors in gimplification or an ICE in targetm.canonical_va_list_type. */
this->tvalist->ctype = va_list_type_node;
TYPE_LANG_SPECIFIC (va_list_type_node) = build_lang_type (this->tvalist);
return this->tvalist;
/* Checks whether the target supports a vector type with total size SZ
(in bytes) and element type TYPE. */
Target::isVectorTypeSupported (int sz, Type *type)
/* Size must be greater than zero, and a power of two. */
if (sz <= 0 || sz & (sz - 1))
return 3;
/* __vector(void[]) is treated same as __vector(ubyte[]) */
if (type == Type::tvoid)
type = Type::tuns8;
/* No support for non-trivial types, complex types, or booleans. */
if (!type->isTypeBasic () || type->iscomplex () || type->ty == Tbool)
return 2;
/* In [simd/vector extensions], which vector types are supported depends on
the target. The implementation is expected to only support the vector
types that are implemented in the target's hardware. */
unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT nunits = sz / type->size ();
tree ctype = build_vector_type (build_ctype (type), nunits);
if (!targetm.vector_mode_supported_p (TYPE_MODE (ctype)))
return 2;
return 0;
/* Checks whether the target supports operation OP for vectors of type TYPE.
For binary ops T2 is the type of the right-hand operand.
Returns true if the operation is supported or type is not a vector. */
Target::isVectorOpSupported (Type *type, TOK op, Type *)
if (type->ty != Tvector)
return true;
/* Don't support if type is non-scalar, such as __vector(void[]). */
if (!type->isscalar ())
return false;
/* Don't support if expression cannot be represented. */
switch (op)
case TOKpow:
case TOKpowass:
/* pow() is lowered as a function call. */
return false;
case TOKmod:
case TOKmodass:
/* fmod() is lowered as a function call. */
if (type->isfloating ())
return false;
case TOKandand:
case TOKoror:
/* Logical operators must have a result type of bool. */
return false;
case TOKue:
case TOKlg:
case TOKule:
case TOKul:
case TOKuge:
case TOKug:
case TOKle:
case TOKlt:
case TOKge:
case TOKgt:
case TOKleg:
case TOKunord:
case TOKequal:
case TOKnotequal:
case TOKidentity:
case TOKnotidentity:
/* Comparison operators must have a result type of bool. */
return false;
return true;
/* Return the symbol mangling of S for C++ linkage. */
const char *
TargetCPP::toMangle (Dsymbol *s)
return toCppMangleItanium (s);
/* Return the symbol mangling of CD for C++ linkage. */
const char *
TargetCPP::typeInfoMangle (ClassDeclaration *cd)
return cppTypeInfoMangleItanium (cd);
/* Get mangle name of a this-adjusting thunk to the function declaration FD
at call offset OFFSET for C++ linkage. */
const char *
TargetCPP::thunkMangle (FuncDeclaration *fd, int offset)
return cppThunkMangleItanium (fd, offset);
/* For a vendor-specific type, return a string containing the C++ mangling.
In all other cases, return NULL. */
const char *
TargetCPP::typeMangle (Type *type)
if (type->isTypeBasic () || type->ty == Tvector || type->ty == Tstruct)
tree ctype = build_ctype (type);
return targetm.mangle_type (ctype);
return NULL;
/* Return the type that will really be used for passing the given parameter
ARG to an extern(C++) function. */
Type *
TargetCPP::parameterType (Parameter *arg)
Type *t = arg->type->merge2 ();
if (arg->storageClass & (STCout | STCref))
t = t->referenceTo ();
else if (arg->storageClass & STClazy)
/* Mangle as delegate. */
Type *td = TypeFunction::create (NULL, t, VARARGnone, LINKd);
td = TypeDelegate::create (td);
t = t->merge2 ();
/* Could be a va_list, which we mangle as a pointer. */
Type *tvalist = target.va_listType (Loc (), NULL);
if (t->ty == Tsarray && tvalist->ty == Tsarray)
Type *tb = t->toBasetype ()->mutableOf ();
if (tb == tvalist)
tb = t->nextOf ()->pointerTo ();
t = tb->castMod (t->mod);
return t;
/* Checks whether TYPE is a vendor-specific fundamental type. Stores the result
in IS_FUNDAMENTAL and returns true if the parameter was set. */
TargetCPP::fundamentalType (const Type *, bool &)
return false;
/* Get the starting offset position for fields of an `extern(C++)` class
that is derived from the given BASE_CLASS. */
TargetCPP::derivedClassOffset(ClassDeclaration *base_class)
return base_class->structsize;
/* Return the default `extern (System)' linkage for the target. */
Target::systemLinkage (void)
unsigned link_system, link_windows;
if (targetdm.d_has_stdcall_convention (&link_system, &link_windows))
/* In [attribute/linkage], `System' is the same as `Windows' on Windows
platforms, and `C' on other platforms. */
if (link_system)
return LINKwindows;
return LINKc;
/* Generate a TypeTuple of the equivalent types used to determine if a
function argument of the given type can be passed in registers.
The results of this are highly platform dependent, and intended
primarly for use in implementing va_arg() with RTTI. */
TypeTuple *
Target::toArgTypes (Type *)
/* Not implemented, however this is not currently used anywhere. */
return NULL;
/* Determine return style of function, whether in registers or through a
hidden pointer to the caller's stack. */
Target::isReturnOnStack (TypeFunction *tf, bool)
/* Need the back-end type to determine this, but this is called from the
frontend before semantic processing is finished. An accurate value
is not currently needed anyway. */
if (tf->isref)
return false;
Type *tn = tf->next->toBasetype ();
return (tn->ty == Tstruct || tn->ty == Tsarray);
/* Add all target info in HANDLERS to D_TARGET_INFO_TABLE for use by
Target::getTargetInfo(). */
d_add_target_info_handlers (const d_target_info_spec *handlers)
gcc_assert (handlers != NULL);
if (d_target_info_table.is_empty ())
d_target_info_table.create (8);
for (size_t i = 0; handlers[i].name != NULL; i++)
d_target_info_table.safe_push (handlers[i]);
/* Handle a call to `__traits(getTargetInfo, "cppStd")'. */
d_handle_target_cpp_std (void)
return build_integer_cst (global.params.cplusplus);
/* Handle a call to `__traits(getTargetInfo, "cppRuntimeLibrary")'. */
d_handle_target_cpp_runtime_library (void)
/* The driver only ever optionally links to libstdc++. */
const char *libstdcxx = "libstdc++";
return build_string_literal (strlen (libstdcxx) + 1, libstdcxx);
/* Handle a call to `__traits(getTargetInfo, "objectFormat")'. */
d_handle_target_object_format (void)
const char *objfmt;
objfmt = "elf";
objfmt = "coff";
objfmt = "";
return build_string_literal (strlen (objfmt) + 1, objfmt);
/* Look up the target info KEY in the available getTargetInfo tables, and return
the result as an Expression, or NULL if KEY is not found. When the key must
always exist, but is not supported, an empty string expression is returned.
LOC is the location to use for the returned expression. */
Expression *
Target::getTargetInfo (const char *key, const Loc &loc)
unsigned ix;
d_target_info_spec *spec;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (d_target_info_table, ix, spec)
tree result;
if (strcmp (key, spec->name) != 0)
/* Get the requested information, or empty string if unhandled. */
if (spec->handler)
result = (spec->handler) ();
/* Handler didn't return a result, meaning it really does not support
the key in the current target configuration. Check whether there
are any other handlers which may recognize the key. */
if (result == NULL_TREE)
result = build_string_literal (1, "");
gcc_assert (result);
return d_eval_constant_expression (loc, result);
return NULL;
* Returns true if the implementation for object monitors is always defined
* in the D runtime library (rt/monitor_.d). */
Target::libraryObjectMonitors (FuncDeclaration *, Statement *)
return true;