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/* Data and functions related to line maps and input files.
Copyright (C) 2004-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GCC.
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 MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the 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
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "coretypes.h"
#include "intl.h"
#include "diagnostic.h"
#include "selftest.h"
#include "cpplib.h"
#ifndef HAVE_ICONV
#define HAVE_ICONV 0
#endif
/* Input charset configuration. */
static const char *default_charset_callback (const char *)
{
return nullptr;
}
void
file_cache::initialize_input_context (diagnostic_input_charset_callback ccb,
bool should_skip_bom)
{
in_context.ccb = (ccb ? ccb : default_charset_callback);
in_context.should_skip_bom = should_skip_bom;
}
/* This is a cache used by get_next_line to store the content of a
file to be searched for file lines. */
class file_cache_slot
{
public:
file_cache_slot ();
~file_cache_slot ();
bool read_line_num (size_t line_num,
char ** line, ssize_t *line_len);
/* Accessors. */
const char *get_file_path () const { return m_file_path; }
unsigned get_use_count () const { return m_use_count; }
bool missing_trailing_newline_p () const
{
return m_missing_trailing_newline;
}
void inc_use_count () { m_use_count++; }
bool create (const file_cache::input_context &in_context,
const char *file_path, FILE *fp, unsigned highest_use_count);
void evict ();
private:
/* These are information used to store a line boundary. */
class line_info
{
public:
/* The line number. It starts from 1. */
size_t line_num;
/* The position (byte count) of the beginning of the line,
relative to the file data pointer. This starts at zero. */
size_t start_pos;
/* The position (byte count) of the last byte of the line. This
normally points to the '\n' character, or to one byte after the
last byte of the file, if the file doesn't contain a '\n'
character. */
size_t end_pos;
line_info (size_t l, size_t s, size_t e)
: line_num (l), start_pos (s), end_pos (e)
{}
line_info ()
:line_num (0), start_pos (0), end_pos (0)
{}
};
bool needs_read_p () const;
bool needs_grow_p () const;
void maybe_grow ();
bool read_data ();
bool maybe_read_data ();
bool get_next_line (char **line, ssize_t *line_len);
bool read_next_line (char ** line, ssize_t *line_len);
bool goto_next_line ();
static const size_t buffer_size = 4 * 1024;
static const size_t line_record_size = 100;
/* The number of time this file has been accessed. This is used
to designate which file cache to evict from the cache
array. */
unsigned m_use_count;
/* The file_path is the key for identifying a particular file in
the cache.
For libcpp-using code, the underlying buffer for this field is
owned by the corresponding _cpp_file within the cpp_reader. */
const char *m_file_path;
FILE *m_fp;
/* This points to the content of the file that we've read so
far. */
char *m_data;
/* The allocated buffer to be freed may start a little earlier than DATA,
e.g. if a UTF8 BOM was skipped at the beginning. */
int m_alloc_offset;
/* The size of the DATA array above.*/
size_t m_size;
/* The number of bytes read from the underlying file so far. This
must be less (or equal) than SIZE above. */
size_t m_nb_read;
/* The index of the beginning of the current line. */
size_t m_line_start_idx;
/* The number of the previous line read. This starts at 1. Zero
means we've read no line so far. */
size_t m_line_num;
/* This is the total number of lines of the current file. At the
moment, we try to get this information from the line map
subsystem. Note that this is just a hint. When using the C++
front-end, this hint is correct because the input file is then
completely tokenized before parsing starts; so the line map knows
the number of lines before compilation really starts. For e.g,
the C front-end, it can happen that we start emitting diagnostics
before the line map has seen the end of the file. */
size_t m_total_lines;
/* Could this file be missing a trailing newline on its final line?
Initially true (to cope with empty files), set to true/false
as each line is read. */
bool m_missing_trailing_newline;
/* This is a record of the beginning and end of the lines we've seen
while reading the file. This is useful to avoid walking the data
from the beginning when we are asked to read a line that is
before LINE_START_IDX above. Note that the maximum size of this
record is line_record_size, so that the memory consumption
doesn't explode. We thus scale total_lines down to
line_record_size. */
vec<line_info, va_heap> m_line_record;
void offset_buffer (int offset)
{
gcc_assert (offset < 0 ? m_alloc_offset + offset >= 0
: (size_t) offset <= m_size);
gcc_assert (m_data);
m_alloc_offset += offset;
m_data += offset;
m_size -= offset;
}
};
/* Current position in real source file. */
location_t input_location = UNKNOWN_LOCATION;
class line_maps *line_table;
/* A stashed copy of "line_table" for use by selftest::line_table_test.
This needs to be a global so that it can be a GC root, and thus
prevent the stashed copy from being garbage-collected if the GC runs
during a line_table_test. */
class line_maps *saved_line_table;
/* Expand the source location LOC into a human readable location. If
LOC resolves to a builtin location, the file name of the readable
location is set to the string "<built-in>". If EXPANSION_POINT_P is
TRUE and LOC is virtual, then it is resolved to the expansion
point of the involved macro. Otherwise, it is resolved to the
spelling location of the token.
When resolving to the spelling location of the token, if the
resulting location is for a built-in location (that is, it has no
associated line/column) in the context of a macro expansion, the
returned location is the first one (while unwinding the macro
location towards its expansion point) that is in real source
code.
ASPECT controls which part of the location to use. */
static expanded_location
expand_location_1 (location_t loc,
bool expansion_point_p,
enum location_aspect aspect)
{
expanded_location xloc;
const line_map_ordinary *map;
enum location_resolution_kind lrk = LRK_MACRO_EXPANSION_POINT;
tree block = NULL;
if (IS_ADHOC_LOC (loc))
{
block = LOCATION_BLOCK (loc);
loc = LOCATION_LOCUS (loc);
}
memset (&xloc, 0, sizeof (xloc));
if (loc >= RESERVED_LOCATION_COUNT)
{
if (!expansion_point_p)
{
/* We want to resolve LOC to its spelling location.
But if that spelling location is a reserved location that
appears in the context of a macro expansion (like for a
location for a built-in token), let's consider the first
location (toward the expansion point) that is not reserved;
that is, the first location that is in real source code. */
loc = linemap_unwind_to_first_non_reserved_loc (line_table,
loc, NULL);
lrk = LRK_SPELLING_LOCATION;
}
loc = linemap_resolve_location (line_table, loc, lrk, &map);
/* loc is now either in an ordinary map, or is a reserved location.
If it is a compound location, the caret is in a spelling location,
but the start/finish might still be a virtual location.
Depending of what the caller asked for, we may need to recurse
one level in order to resolve any virtual locations in the
end-points. */
switch (aspect)
{
default:
gcc_unreachable ();
/* Fall through. */
case LOCATION_ASPECT_CARET:
break;
case LOCATION_ASPECT_START:
{
location_t start = get_start (loc);
if (start != loc)
return expand_location_1 (start, expansion_point_p, aspect);
}
break;
case LOCATION_ASPECT_FINISH:
{
location_t finish = get_finish (loc);
if (finish != loc)
return expand_location_1 (finish, expansion_point_p, aspect);
}
break;
}
xloc = linemap_expand_location (line_table, map, loc);
}
xloc.data = block;
if (loc <= BUILTINS_LOCATION)
xloc.file = loc == UNKNOWN_LOCATION ? NULL : _("<built-in>");
return xloc;
}
/* Initialize the set of cache used for files accessed by caret
diagnostic. */
static void
diagnostic_file_cache_init (void)
{
gcc_assert (global_dc);
if (global_dc->m_file_cache == NULL)
global_dc->m_file_cache = new file_cache ();
}
/* Free the resources used by the set of cache used for files accessed
by caret diagnostic. */
void
diagnostic_file_cache_fini (void)
{
if (global_dc->m_file_cache)
{
delete global_dc->m_file_cache;
global_dc->m_file_cache = NULL;
}
}
/* Return the total lines number that have been read so far by the
line map (in the preprocessor) so far. For languages like C++ that
entirely preprocess the input file before starting to parse, this
equals the actual number of lines of the file. */
static size_t
total_lines_num (const char *file_path)
{
size_t r = 0;
location_t l = 0;
if (linemap_get_file_highest_location (line_table, file_path, &l))
{
gcc_assert (l >= RESERVED_LOCATION_COUNT);
expanded_location xloc = expand_location (l);
r = xloc.line;
}
return r;
}
/* Lookup the cache used for the content of a given file accessed by
caret diagnostic. Return the found cached file, or NULL if no
cached file was found. */
file_cache_slot *
file_cache::lookup_file (const char *file_path)
{
gcc_assert (file_path);
/* This will contain the found cached file. */
file_cache_slot *r = NULL;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < num_file_slots; ++i)
{
file_cache_slot *c = &m_file_slots[i];
if (c->get_file_path () && !strcmp (c->get_file_path (), file_path))
{
c->inc_use_count ();
r = c;
}
}
if (r)
r->inc_use_count ();
return r;
}
/* Purge any mention of FILENAME from the cache of files used for
printing source code. For use in selftests when working
with tempfiles. */
void
diagnostics_file_cache_forcibly_evict_file (const char *file_path)
{
gcc_assert (file_path);
if (!global_dc->m_file_cache)
return;
global_dc->m_file_cache->forcibly_evict_file (file_path);
}
void
file_cache::forcibly_evict_file (const char *file_path)
{
gcc_assert (file_path);
file_cache_slot *r = lookup_file (file_path);
if (!r)
/* Not found. */
return;
r->evict ();
}
void
file_cache_slot::evict ()
{
m_file_path = NULL;
if (m_fp)
fclose (m_fp);
m_fp = NULL;
m_nb_read = 0;
m_line_start_idx = 0;
m_line_num = 0;
m_line_record.truncate (0);
m_use_count = 0;
m_total_lines = 0;
m_missing_trailing_newline = true;
}
/* Return the file cache that has been less used, recently, or the
first empty one. If HIGHEST_USE_COUNT is non-null,
*HIGHEST_USE_COUNT is set to the highest use count of the entries
in the cache table. */
file_cache_slot*
file_cache::evicted_cache_tab_entry (unsigned *highest_use_count)
{
diagnostic_file_cache_init ();
file_cache_slot *to_evict = &m_file_slots[0];
unsigned huc = to_evict->get_use_count ();
for (unsigned i = 1; i < num_file_slots; ++i)
{
file_cache_slot *c = &m_file_slots[i];
bool c_is_empty = (c->get_file_path () == NULL);
if (c->get_use_count () < to_evict->get_use_count ()
|| (to_evict->get_file_path () && c_is_empty))
/* We evict C because it's either an entry with a lower use
count or one that is empty. */
to_evict = c;
if (huc < c->get_use_count ())
huc = c->get_use_count ();
if (c_is_empty)
/* We've reached the end of the cache; subsequent elements are
all empty. */
break;
}
if (highest_use_count)
*highest_use_count = huc;
return to_evict;
}
/* Create the cache used for the content of a given file to be
accessed by caret diagnostic. This cache is added to an array of
cache and can be retrieved by lookup_file_in_cache_tab. This
function returns the created cache. Note that only the last
num_file_slots files are cached. */
file_cache_slot*
file_cache::add_file (const char *file_path)
{
FILE *fp = fopen (file_path, "r");
if (fp == NULL)
return NULL;
unsigned highest_use_count = 0;
file_cache_slot *r = evicted_cache_tab_entry (&highest_use_count);
if (!r->create (in_context, file_path, fp, highest_use_count))
return NULL;
return r;
}
/* Populate this slot for use on FILE_PATH and FP, dropping any
existing cached content within it. */
bool
file_cache_slot::create (const file_cache::input_context &in_context,
const char *file_path, FILE *fp,
unsigned highest_use_count)
{
m_file_path = file_path;
if (m_fp)
fclose (m_fp);
m_fp = fp;
if (m_alloc_offset)
offset_buffer (-m_alloc_offset);
m_nb_read = 0;
m_line_start_idx = 0;
m_line_num = 0;
m_line_record.truncate (0);
/* Ensure that this cache entry doesn't get evicted next time
add_file_to_cache_tab is called. */
m_use_count = ++highest_use_count;
m_total_lines = total_lines_num (file_path);
m_missing_trailing_newline = true;
/* Check the input configuration to determine if we need to do any
transformations, such as charset conversion or BOM skipping. */
if (const char *input_charset = in_context.ccb (file_path))
{
/* Need a full-blown conversion of the input charset. */
fclose (m_fp);
m_fp = NULL;
const cpp_converted_source cs
= cpp_get_converted_source (file_path, input_charset);
if (!cs.data)
return false;
if (m_data)
XDELETEVEC (m_data);
m_data = cs.data;
m_nb_read = m_size = cs.len;
m_alloc_offset = cs.data - cs.to_free;
}
else if (in_context.should_skip_bom)
{
if (read_data ())
{
const int offset = cpp_check_utf8_bom (m_data, m_nb_read);
offset_buffer (offset);
m_nb_read -= offset;
}
}
return true;
}
/* file_cache's ctor. */
file_cache::file_cache ()
: m_file_slots (new file_cache_slot[num_file_slots])
{
initialize_input_context (nullptr, false);
}
/* file_cache's dtor. */
file_cache::~file_cache ()
{
delete[] m_file_slots;
}
/* Lookup the cache used for the content of a given file accessed by
caret diagnostic. If no cached file was found, create a new cache
for this file, add it to the array of cached file and return
it. */
file_cache_slot*
file_cache::lookup_or_add_file (const char *file_path)
{
file_cache_slot *r = lookup_file (file_path);
if (r == NULL)
r = add_file (file_path);
return r;
}
/* Default constructor for a cache of file used by caret
diagnostic. */
file_cache_slot::file_cache_slot ()
: m_use_count (0), m_file_path (NULL), m_fp (NULL), m_data (0),
m_alloc_offset (0), m_size (0), m_nb_read (0), m_line_start_idx (0),
m_line_num (0), m_total_lines (0), m_missing_trailing_newline (true)
{
m_line_record.create (0);
}
/* Destructor for a cache of file used by caret diagnostic. */
file_cache_slot::~file_cache_slot ()
{
if (m_fp)
{
fclose (m_fp);
m_fp = NULL;
}
if (m_data)
{
offset_buffer (-m_alloc_offset);
XDELETEVEC (m_data);
m_data = 0;
}
m_line_record.release ();
}
/* Returns TRUE iff the cache would need to be filled with data coming
from the file. That is, either the cache is empty or full or the
current line is empty. Note that if the cache is full, it would
need to be extended and filled again. */
bool
file_cache_slot::needs_read_p () const
{
return m_fp && (m_nb_read == 0
|| m_nb_read == m_size
|| (m_line_start_idx >= m_nb_read - 1));
}
/* Return TRUE iff the cache is full and thus needs to be
extended. */
bool
file_cache_slot::needs_grow_p () const
{
return m_nb_read == m_size;
}
/* Grow the cache if it needs to be extended. */
void
file_cache_slot::maybe_grow ()
{
if (!needs_grow_p ())
return;
if (!m_data)
{
gcc_assert (m_size == 0 && m_alloc_offset == 0);
m_size = buffer_size;
m_data = XNEWVEC (char, m_size);
}
else
{
const int offset = m_alloc_offset;
offset_buffer (-offset);
m_size *= 2;
m_data = XRESIZEVEC (char, m_data, m_size);
offset_buffer (offset);
}
}
/* Read more data into the cache. Extends the cache if need be.
Returns TRUE iff new data could be read. */
bool
file_cache_slot::read_data ()
{
if (feof (m_fp) || ferror (m_fp))
return false;
maybe_grow ();
char * from = m_data + m_nb_read;
size_t to_read = m_size - m_nb_read;
size_t nb_read = fread (from, 1, to_read, m_fp);
if (ferror (m_fp))
return false;
m_nb_read += nb_read;
return !!nb_read;
}
/* Read new data iff the cache needs to be filled with more data
coming from the file FP. Return TRUE iff the cache was filled with
mode data. */
bool
file_cache_slot::maybe_read_data ()
{
if (!needs_read_p ())
return false;
return read_data ();
}
/* Read a new line from file FP, using C as a cache for the data
coming from the file. Upon successful completion, *LINE is set to
the beginning of the line found. *LINE points directly in the
line cache and is only valid until the next call of get_next_line.
*LINE_LEN is set to the length of the line. Note that the line
does not contain any terminal delimiter. This function returns
true if some data was read or process from the cache, false
otherwise. Note that subsequent calls to get_next_line might
make the content of *LINE invalid. */
bool
file_cache_slot::get_next_line (char **line, ssize_t *line_len)
{
/* Fill the cache with data to process. */
maybe_read_data ();
size_t remaining_size = m_nb_read - m_line_start_idx;
if (remaining_size == 0)
/* There is no more data to process. */
return false;
char *line_start = m_data + m_line_start_idx;
char *next_line_start = NULL;
size_t len = 0;
char *line_end = (char *) memchr (line_start, '\n', remaining_size);
if (line_end == NULL)
{
/* We haven't found the end-of-line delimiter in the cache.
Fill the cache with more data from the file and look for the
'\n'. */
while (maybe_read_data ())
{
line_start = m_data + m_line_start_idx;
remaining_size = m_nb_read - m_line_start_idx;
line_end = (char *) memchr (line_start, '\n', remaining_size);
if (line_end != NULL)
{
next_line_start = line_end + 1;
break;
}
}
if (line_end == NULL)
{
/* We've loadded all the file into the cache and still no
'\n'. Let's say the line ends up at one byte passed the
end of the file. This is to stay consistent with the case
of when the line ends up with a '\n' and line_end points to
that terminal '\n'. That consistency is useful below in
the len calculation. */
line_end = m_data + m_nb_read ;
m_missing_trailing_newline = true;
}
else
m_missing_trailing_newline = false;
}
else
{
next_line_start = line_end + 1;
m_missing_trailing_newline = false;
}
if (m_fp && ferror (m_fp))
return false;
/* At this point, we've found the end of the of line. It either
points to the '\n' or to one byte after the last byte of the
file. */
gcc_assert (line_end != NULL);
len = line_end - line_start;
if (m_line_start_idx < m_nb_read)
*line = line_start;
++m_line_num;
/* Before we update our line record, make sure the hint about the
total number of lines of the file is correct. If it's not, then
we give up recording line boundaries from now on. */
bool update_line_record = true;
if (m_line_num > m_total_lines)
update_line_record = false;
/* Now update our line record so that re-reading lines from the
before m_line_start_idx is faster. */
if (update_line_record
&& m_line_record.length () < line_record_size)
{
/* If the file lines fits in the line record, we just record all
its lines ...*/
if (m_total_lines <= line_record_size
&& m_line_num > m_line_record.length ())
m_line_record.safe_push
(file_cache_slot::line_info (m_line_num,
m_line_start_idx,
line_end - m_data));
else if (m_total_lines > line_record_size)
{
/* ... otherwise, we just scale total_lines down to
(line_record_size lines. */
size_t n = (m_line_num * line_record_size) / m_total_lines;
if (m_line_record.length () == 0
|| n >= m_line_record.length ())
m_line_record.safe_push
(file_cache_slot::line_info (m_line_num,
m_line_start_idx,
line_end - m_data));
}
}
/* Update m_line_start_idx so that it points to the next line to be
read. */
if (next_line_start)
m_line_start_idx = next_line_start - m_data;
else
/* We didn't find any terminal '\n'. Let's consider that the end
of line is the end of the data in the cache. The next
invocation of get_next_line will either read more data from the
underlying file or return false early because we've reached the
end of the file. */
m_line_start_idx = m_nb_read;
*line_len = len;
return true;
}
/* Consume the next bytes coming from the cache (or from its
underlying file if there are remaining unread bytes in the file)
until we reach the next end-of-line (or end-of-file). There is no
copying from the cache involved. Return TRUE upon successful
completion. */
bool
file_cache_slot::goto_next_line ()
{
char *l;
ssize_t len;
return get_next_line (&l, &len);
}
/* Read an arbitrary line number LINE_NUM from the file cached in C.
If the line was read successfully, *LINE points to the beginning
of the line in the file cache and *LINE_LEN is the length of the
line. *LINE is not nul-terminated, but may contain zero bytes.
*LINE is only valid until the next call of read_line_num.
This function returns bool if a line was read. */
bool
file_cache_slot::read_line_num (size_t line_num,
char ** line, ssize_t *line_len)
{
gcc_assert (line_num > 0);
if (line_num <= m_line_num)
{
/* We've been asked to read lines that are before m_line_num.
So lets use our line record (if it's not empty) to try to
avoid re-reading the file from the beginning again. */
if (m_line_record.is_empty ())
{
m_line_start_idx = 0;
m_line_num = 0;
}
else
{
file_cache_slot::line_info *i = NULL;
if (m_total_lines <= line_record_size)
{
/* In languages where the input file is not totally
preprocessed up front, the m_total_lines hint
can be smaller than the number of lines of the
file. In that case, only the first
m_total_lines have been recorded.
Otherwise, the first m_total_lines we've read have
their start/end recorded here. */
i = (line_num <= m_total_lines)
? &m_line_record[line_num - 1]
: &m_line_record[m_total_lines - 1];
gcc_assert (i->line_num <= line_num);
}
else
{
/* So the file had more lines than our line record
size. Thus the number of lines we've recorded has
been scaled down to line_record_size. Let's
pick the start/end of the recorded line that is
closest to line_num. */
size_t n = (line_num <= m_total_lines)
? line_num * line_record_size / m_total_lines
: m_line_record.length () - 1;
if (n < m_line_record.length ())
{
i = &m_line_record[n];
gcc_assert (i->line_num <= line_num);
}
}
if (i && i->line_num == line_num)
{
/* We have the start/end of the line. */
*line = m_data + i->start_pos;
*line_len = i->end_pos - i->start_pos;
return true;
}
if (i)
{
m_line_start_idx = i->start_pos;
m_line_num = i->line_num - 1;
}
else
{
m_line_start_idx = 0;
m_line_num = 0;
}
}
}
/* Let's walk from line m_line_num up to line_num - 1, without
copying any line. */
while (m_line_num < line_num - 1)
if (!goto_next_line ())
return false;
/* The line we want is the next one. Let's read and copy it back to
the caller. */
return get_next_line (line, line_len);
}
/* Return the physical source line that corresponds to FILE_PATH/LINE.
The line is not nul-terminated. The returned pointer is only
valid until the next call of location_get_source_line.
Note that the line can contain several null characters,
so the returned value's length has the actual length of the line.
If the function fails, a NULL char_span is returned. */
char_span
location_get_source_line (const char *file_path, int line)
{
char *buffer = NULL;
ssize_t len;
if (line == 0)
return char_span (NULL, 0);
if (file_path == NULL)
return char_span (NULL, 0);
diagnostic_file_cache_init ();
file_cache_slot *c = global_dc->m_file_cache->lookup_or_add_file (file_path);
if (c == NULL)
return char_span (NULL, 0);
bool read = c->read_line_num (line, &buffer, &len);
if (!read)
return char_span (NULL, 0);
return char_span (buffer, len);
}
/* Determine if FILE_PATH missing a trailing newline on its final line.
Only valid to call once all of the file has been loaded, by
requesting a line number beyond the end of the file. */
bool
location_missing_trailing_newline (const char *file_path)
{
diagnostic_file_cache_init ();
file_cache_slot *c = global_dc->m_file_cache->lookup_or_add_file (file_path);
if (c == NULL)
return false;
return c->missing_trailing_newline_p ();
}
/* Test if the location originates from the spelling location of a
builtin-tokens. That is, return TRUE if LOC is a (possibly
virtual) location of a built-in token that appears in the expansion
list of a macro. Please note that this function also works on
tokens that result from built-in tokens. For instance, the
function would return true if passed a token "4" that is the result
of the expansion of the built-in __LINE__ macro. */
bool
is_location_from_builtin_token (location_t loc)
{
const line_map_ordinary *map = NULL;
loc = linemap_resolve_location (line_table, loc,
LRK_SPELLING_LOCATION, &map);
return loc == BUILTINS_LOCATION;
}
/* Expand the source location LOC into a human readable location. If
LOC is virtual, it resolves to the expansion point of the involved
macro. If LOC resolves to a builtin location, the file name of the
readable location is set to the string "<built-in>". */
expanded_location
expand_location (location_t loc)
{
return expand_location_1 (loc, /*expansion_point_p=*/true,
LOCATION_ASPECT_CARET);
}
/* Expand the source location LOC into a human readable location. If
LOC is virtual, it resolves to the expansion location of the
relevant macro. If LOC resolves to a builtin location, the file
name of the readable location is set to the string
"<built-in>". */
expanded_location
expand_location_to_spelling_point (location_t loc,
enum location_aspect aspect)
{
return expand_location_1 (loc, /*expansion_point_p=*/false, aspect);
}
/* The rich_location class within libcpp requires a way to expand
location_t instances, and relies on the client code
providing a symbol named
linemap_client_expand_location_to_spelling_point
to do this.
This is the implementation for libcommon.a (all host binaries),
which simply calls into expand_location_1. */
expanded_location
linemap_client_expand_location_to_spelling_point (location_t loc,
enum location_aspect aspect)
{
return expand_location_1 (loc, /*expansion_point_p=*/false, aspect);
}
/* If LOCATION is in a system header and if it is a virtual location for
a token coming from the expansion of a macro, unwind it to the
location of the expansion point of the macro. Otherwise, just return
LOCATION.
This is used for instance when we want to emit diagnostics about a
token that may be located in a macro that is itself defined in a
system header, for example, for the NULL macro. In such a case, if
LOCATION were passed directly to diagnostic functions such as
warning_at, the diagnostic would be suppressed (unless
-Wsystem-headers). */
location_t
expansion_point_location_if_in_system_header (location_t location)
{
if (in_system_header_at (location))
location = linemap_resolve_location (line_table, location,
LRK_MACRO_EXPANSION_POINT,
NULL);
return location;
}
/* If LOCATION is a virtual location for a token coming from the expansion
of a macro, unwind to the location of the expansion point of the macro. */
location_t
expansion_point_location (location_t location)
{
return linemap_resolve_location (line_table, location,
LRK_MACRO_EXPANSION_POINT, NULL);
}
/* Construct a location with caret at CARET, ranging from START to
finish e.g.
11111111112
12345678901234567890
522
523 return foo + bar;
~~~~^~~~~
524
The location's caret is at the "+", line 523 column 15, but starts
earlier, at the "f" of "foo" at column 11. The finish is at the "r"
of "bar" at column 19. */
location_t
make_location (location_t caret, location_t start, location_t finish)
{
location_t pure_loc = get_pure_location (caret);
source_range src_range;
src_range.m_start = get_start (start);
src_range.m_finish = get_finish (finish);
location_t combined_loc = COMBINE_LOCATION_DATA (line_table,
pure_loc,
src_range,
NULL);
return combined_loc;
}
/* Same as above, but taking a source range rather than two locations. */
location_t
make_location (location_t caret, source_range src_range)
{
location_t pure_loc = get_pure_location (caret);
return COMBINE_LOCATION_DATA (line_table, pure_loc, src_range, NULL);
}
/* An expanded_location stores the column in byte units. This function
converts that column to display units. That requires reading the associated
source line in order to calculate the display width. If that cannot be done
for any reason, then returns the byte column as a fallback. */
int
location_compute_display_column (expanded_location exploc, int tabstop)
{
if (!(exploc.file && *exploc.file && exploc.line && exploc.column))
return exploc.column;
char_span line = location_get_source_line (exploc.file, exploc.line);
/* If line is NULL, this function returns exploc.column which is the
desired fallback. */
return cpp_byte_column_to_display_column (line.get_buffer (), line.length (),
exploc.column, tabstop);
}
/* Dump statistics to stderr about the memory usage of the line_table
set of line maps. This also displays some statistics about macro
expansion. */
void
dump_line_table_statistics (void)
{
struct linemap_stats s;
long total_used_map_size,
macro_maps_size,
total_allocated_map_size;
memset (&s, 0, sizeof (s));
linemap_get_statistics (line_table, &s);
macro_maps_size = s.macro_maps_used_size
+ s.macro_maps_locations_size;
total_allocated_map_size = s.ordinary_maps_allocated_size
+ s.macro_maps_allocated_size
+ s.macro_maps_locations_size;
total_used_map_size = s.ordinary_maps_used_size
+ s.macro_maps_used_size
+ s.macro_maps_locations_size;
fprintf (stderr, "Number of expanded macros: %5ld\n",
s.num_expanded_macros);
if (s.num_expanded_macros != 0)
fprintf (stderr, "Average number of tokens per macro expansion: %5ld\n",
s.num_macro_tokens / s.num_expanded_macros);
fprintf (stderr,
"\nLine Table allocations during the "
"compilation process\n");
fprintf (stderr, "Number of ordinary maps used: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.num_ordinary_maps_used));
fprintf (stderr, "Ordinary map used size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.ordinary_maps_used_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Number of ordinary maps allocated: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.num_ordinary_maps_allocated));
fprintf (stderr, "Ordinary maps allocated size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.ordinary_maps_allocated_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Number of macro maps used: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.num_macro_maps_used));
fprintf (stderr, "Macro maps used size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.macro_maps_used_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Macro maps locations size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.macro_maps_locations_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Macro maps size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (macro_maps_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Duplicated maps locations size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.duplicated_macro_maps_locations_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Total allocated maps size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (total_allocated_map_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Total used maps size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (total_used_map_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Ad-hoc table size: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.adhoc_table_size));
fprintf (stderr, "Ad-hoc table entries used: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (s.adhoc_table_entries_used));
fprintf (stderr, "optimized_ranges: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (line_table->num_optimized_ranges));
fprintf (stderr, "unoptimized_ranges: " PRsa (5) "\n",
SIZE_AMOUNT (line_table->num_unoptimized_ranges));
fprintf (stderr, "\n");
}
/* Get location one beyond the final location in ordinary map IDX. */
static location_t
get_end_location (class line_maps *set, unsigned int idx)
{
if (idx == LINEMAPS_ORDINARY_USED (set) - 1)
return set->highest_location;
struct line_map *next_map = LINEMAPS_ORDINARY_MAP_AT (set, idx + 1);
return MAP_START_LOCATION (next_map);
}
/* Helper function for write_digit_row. */
static void
write_digit (FILE *stream, int digit)
{
fputc ('0' + (digit % 10), stream);
}
/* Helper function for dump_location_info.
Write a row of numbers to STREAM, numbering a source line,
giving the units, tens, hundreds etc of the column number. */
static void
write_digit_row (FILE *stream, int indent,
const line_map_ordinary *map,
location_t loc, int max_col, int divisor)
{
fprintf (stream, "%*c", indent, ' ');
fprintf (stream, "|");
for (int column = 1; column < max_col; column++)
{
location_t column_loc = loc + (column << map->m_range_bits);
write_digit (stream, column_loc / divisor);
}
fprintf (stream, "\n");
}
/* Write a half-closed (START) / half-open (END) interval of
location_t to STREAM. */
static void
dump_location_range (FILE *stream,
location_t start, location_t end)
{
fprintf (stream,
" location_t interval: %u <= loc < %u\n",
start, end);
}
/* Write a labelled description of a half-closed (START) / half-open (END)
interval of location_t to STREAM. */
static void
dump_labelled_location_range (FILE *stream,
const char *name,
location_t start, location_t end)
{
fprintf (stream, "%s\n", name);
dump_location_range (stream, start, end);
fprintf (stream, "\n");
}
/* Write a visualization of the locations in the line_table to STREAM. */
void
dump_location_info (FILE *stream)
{
/* Visualize the reserved locations. */
dump_labelled_location_range (stream, "RESERVED LOCATIONS",
0, RESERVED_LOCATION_COUNT);
/* Visualize the ordinary line_map instances, rendering the sources. */
for (unsigned int idx = 0; idx < LINEMAPS_ORDINARY_USED (line_table); idx++)
{
location_t end_location = get_end_location (line_table, idx);
/* half-closed: doesn't include this one. */
const line_map_ordinary *map
= LINEMAPS_ORDINARY_MAP_AT (line_table, idx);
fprintf (stream, "ORDINARY MAP: %i\n", idx);
dump_location_range (stream,
MAP_START_LOCATION (map), end_location);
fprintf (stream, " file: %s\n", ORDINARY_MAP_FILE_NAME (map));
fprintf (stream, " starting at line: %i\n",
ORDINARY_MAP_STARTING_LINE_NUMBER (map));
fprintf (stream, " column and range bits: %i\n",
map->m_column_and_range_bits);
fprintf (stream, " column bits: %i\n",
map->m_column_and_range_bits - map->m_range_bits);
fprintf (stream, " range bits: %i\n",
map->m_range_bits);
const char * reason;
switch (map->reason) {
case LC_ENTER:
reason = "LC_ENTER";
break;
case LC_LEAVE:
reason = "LC_LEAVE";
break;
case LC_RENAME:
reason = "LC_RENAME";
break;
case LC_RENAME_VERBATIM:
reason = "LC_RENAME_VERBATIM";
break;
case LC_ENTER_MACRO:
reason = "LC_RENAME_MACRO";
break;
default:
reason = "Unknown";
}
fprintf (stream, " reason: %d (%s)\n", map->reason, reason);
const line_map_ordinary *includer_map
= linemap_included_from_linemap (line_table, map);
fprintf (stream, " included from location: %d",
linemap_included_from (map));
if (includer_map) {
fprintf (stream, " (in ordinary map %d)",
int (includer_map - line_table->info_ordinary.maps));
}
fprintf (stream, "\n");
/* Render the span of source lines that this "map" covers. */
for (location_t loc = MAP_START_LOCATION (map);
loc < end_location;
loc += (1 << map->m_range_bits) )
{
gcc_assert (pure_location_p (line_table, loc) );
expanded_location exploc
= linemap_expand_location (line_table, map, loc);
if (exploc.column == 0)
{
/* Beginning of a new source line: draw the line. */
char_span line_text = location_get_source_line (exploc.file,
exploc.line);
if (!line_text)
break;
fprintf (stream,
"%s:%3i|loc:%5i|%.*s\n",
exploc.file, exploc.line,
loc,
(int)line_text.length (), line_text.get_buffer ());
/* "loc" is at column 0, which means "the whole line".
Render the locations *within* the line, by underlining
it, showing the location_t numeric values
at each column. */
size_t max_col = (1 << map->m_column_and_range_bits) - 1;
if (max_col > line_text.length ())
max_col = line_text.length () + 1;
int len_lnum = num_digits (exploc.line);
if (len_lnum < 3)
len_lnum = 3;
int len_loc = num_digits (loc);
if (len_loc < 5)
len_loc = 5;
int indent = 6 + strlen (exploc.file) + len_lnum + len_loc;
/* Thousands. */
if (end_location > 999)
write_digit_row (stream, indent, map, loc, max_col, 1000);
/* Hundreds. */
if (end_location > 99)
write_digit_row (stream, indent, map, loc, max_col, 100);
/* Tens. */
write_digit_row (stream, indent, map, loc, max_col, 10);
/* Units. */
write_digit_row (stream, indent, map, loc, max_col, 1);
}
}
fprintf (stream, "\n");
}
/* Visualize unallocated values. */
dump_labelled_location_range (stream, "UNALLOCATED LOCATIONS",
line_table->highest_location,
LINEMAPS_MACRO_LOWEST_LOCATION (line_table));
/* Visualize the macro line_map instances, rendering the sources. */
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < LINEMAPS_MACRO_USED (line_table); i++)
{
/* Each macro map that is allocated owns location_t values
that are *lower* that the one before them.
Hence it's meaningful to view them either in order of ascending
source locations, or in order of ascending macro map index. */
const bool ascending_location_ts = true;
unsigned int idx = (ascending_location_ts
? (LINEMAPS_MACRO_USED (line_table) - (i + 1))
: i);
const line_map_macro *map = LINEMAPS_MACRO_MAP_AT (line_table, idx);
fprintf (stream, "MACRO %i: %s (%u tokens)\n",
idx,
linemap_map_get_macro_name (map),
MACRO_MAP_NUM_MACRO_TOKENS (map));
dump_location_range (stream,
map->start_location,
(map->start_location
+ MACRO_MAP_NUM_MACRO_TOKENS (map)));
inform (MACRO_MAP_EXPANSION_POINT_LOCATION (map),
"expansion point is location %i",
MACRO_MAP_EXPANSION_POINT_LOCATION (map));
fprintf (stream, " map->start_location: %u\n",
map->start_location);
fprintf (stream, " macro_locations:\n");
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < MACRO_MAP_NUM_MACRO_TOKENS (map); i++)
{
location_t x = MACRO_MAP_LOCATIONS (map)[2 * i];
location_t y = MACRO_MAP_LOCATIONS (map)[(2 * i) + 1];
/* linemap_add_macro_token encodes token numbers in an expansion
by putting them after MAP_START_LOCATION. */
/* I'm typically seeing 4 uninitialized entries at the end of
0xafafafaf.
This appears to be due to macro.c:replace_args
adding 2 extra args for padding tokens; presumably there may
be a leading and/or trailing padding token injected,
each for 2 more location slots.
This would explain there being up to 4 location_ts slots
that may be uninitialized. */
fprintf (stream, " %u: %u, %u\n",
i,
x,
y);
if (x == y)
{
if (x < MAP_START_LOCATION (map))
inform (x, "token %u has %<x-location == y-location == %u%>",
i, x);
else
fprintf (stream,
"x-location == y-location == %u encodes token # %u\n",
x, x - MAP_START_LOCATION (map));
}
else
{
inform (x, "token %u has %<x-location == %u%>", i, x);
inform (x, "token %u has %<y-location == %u%>", i, y);
}
}
fprintf (stream, "\n");
}
/* It appears that MAX_LOCATION_T itself is never assigned to a
macro map, presumably due to an off-by-one error somewhere
between the logic in linemap_enter_macro and
LINEMAPS_MACRO_LOWEST_LOCATION. */
dump_labelled_location_range (stream, "MAX_LOCATION_T",
MAX_LOCATION_T,
MAX_LOCATION_T + 1);
/* Visualize ad-hoc values. */
dump_labelled_location_range (stream, "AD-HOC LOCATIONS",
MAX_LOCATION_T + 1, UINT_MAX);
}
/* string_concat's constructor. */
string_concat::string_concat (int num, location_t *locs)
: m_num (num)
{
m_locs = ggc_vec_alloc <location_t> (num);
for (int i = 0; i < num; i++)
m_locs[i] = locs[i];
}
/* string_concat_db's constructor. */
string_concat_db::string_concat_db ()
{
m_table = hash_map <location_hash, string_concat *>::create_ggc (64);
}
/* Record that a string concatenation occurred, covering NUM
string literal tokens. LOCS is an array of size NUM, containing the
locations of the tokens. A copy of LOCS is taken. */
void
string_concat_db::record_string_concatenation (int num, location_t *locs)
{
gcc_assert (num > 1);
gcc_assert (locs);
location_t key_loc = get_key_loc (locs[0]);
/* We don't record data for 'RESERVED_LOCATION_P (key_loc)' key values:
any data now recorded under key 'key_loc' would be overwritten by a
subsequent call with the same key 'key_loc'. */
if (RESERVED_LOCATION_P (key_loc))
return;
string_concat *concat
= new (ggc_alloc <string_concat> ()) string_concat (num, locs);
m_table->put (key_loc, concat);
}
/* Determine if LOC was the location of the initial token of a
concatenation of string literal tokens.
If so, *OUT_NUM is written to with the number of tokens, and
*OUT_LOCS with the location of an array of locations of the
tokens, and return true. *OUT_LOCS is a borrowed pointer to
storage owned by the string_concat_db.
Otherwise, return false. */
bool
string_concat_db::get_string_concatenation (location_t loc,
int *out_num,
location_t **out_locs)
{
gcc_assert (out_num);
gcc_assert (out_locs);
location_t key_loc = get_key_loc (loc);
/* We don't record data for 'RESERVED_LOCATION_P (key_loc)' key values; see
discussion in 'string_concat_db::record_string_concatenation'. */
if (RESERVED_LOCATION_P (key_loc))
return false;
string_concat **concat = m_table->get (key_loc);
if (!concat)
return false;
*out_num = (*concat)->m_num;
*out_locs =(*concat)->m_locs;
return true;
}
/* Internal function. Canonicalize LOC into a form suitable for
use as a key within the database, stripping away macro expansion,
ad-hoc information, and range information, using the location of
the start of LOC within an ordinary linemap. */
location_t
string_concat_db::get_key_loc (location_t loc)
{
loc = linemap_resolve_location (line_table, loc, LRK_SPELLING_LOCATION,
NULL);
loc = get_range_from_loc (line_table, loc).m_start;
return loc;
}
/* Helper class for use within get_substring_ranges_for_loc.
An vec of cpp_string with responsibility for releasing all of the
str->text for each str in the vector. */
class auto_cpp_string_vec : public auto_vec <cpp_string>
{
public:
auto_cpp_string_vec (int alloc)
: auto_vec <cpp_string> (alloc) {}
~auto_cpp_string_vec ()
{
/* Clean up the copies within this vec. */
int i;
cpp_string *str;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (*this, i, str)
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (str->text));
}
};
/* Attempt to populate RANGES with source location information on the
individual characters within the string literal found at STRLOC.
If CONCATS is non-NULL, then any string literals that the token at
STRLOC was concatenated with are also added to RANGES.
Return NULL if successful, or an error message if any errors occurred (in
which case RANGES may be only partially populated and should not
be used).
This is implemented by re-parsing the relevant source line(s). */
static const char *
get_substring_ranges_for_loc (cpp_reader *pfile,
string_concat_db *concats,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
cpp_substring_ranges &ranges)
{
gcc_assert (pfile);
if (strloc == UNKNOWN_LOCATION)
return "unknown location";
/* Reparsing the strings requires accurate location information.
If -ftrack-macro-expansion has been overridden from its default
of 2, then we might have a location of a macro expansion point,
rather than the location of the literal itself.
Avoid this by requiring that we have full macro expansion tracking
for substring locations to be available. */
if (cpp_get_options (pfile)->track_macro_expansion != 2)
return "track_macro_expansion != 2";
/* If #line or # 44 "file"-style directives are present, then there's
no guarantee that the line numbers we have can be used to locate
the strings. For example, we might have a .i file with # directives
pointing back to lines within a .c file, but the .c file might
have been edited since the .i file was created.
In such a case, the safest course is to disable on-demand substring
locations. */
if (line_table->seen_line_directive)
return "seen line directive";
/* If string concatenation has occurred at STRLOC, get the locations
of all of the literal tokens making up the compound string.
Otherwise, just use STRLOC. */
int num_locs = 1;
location_t *strlocs = &strloc;
if (concats)
concats->get_string_concatenation (strloc, &num_locs, &strlocs);
auto_cpp_string_vec strs (num_locs);
auto_vec <cpp_string_location_reader> loc_readers (num_locs);
for (int i = 0; i < num_locs; i++)
{
/* Get range of strloc. We will use it to locate the start and finish
of the literal token within the line. */
source_range src_range = get_range_from_loc (line_table, strlocs[i]);
if (src_range.m_start >= LINEMAPS_MACRO_LOWEST_LOCATION (line_table))
{
/* If the string token was within a macro expansion, then we can
cope with it for the simple case where we have a single token.
Otherwise, bail out. */
if (src_range.m_start != src_range.m_finish)
return "macro expansion";
}
else
{
if (src_range.m_start >= LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS)
/* If so, we can't reliably determine where the token started within
its line. */
return "range starts after LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS";
if (src_range.m_finish >= LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS)
/* If so, we can't reliably determine where the token finished
within its line. */
return "range ends after LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS";
}
expanded_location start
= expand_location_to_spelling_point (src_range.m_start,
LOCATION_ASPECT_START);
expanded_location finish
= expand_location_to_spelling_point (src_range.m_finish,
LOCATION_ASPECT_FINISH);
if (start.file != finish.file)
return "range endpoints are in different files";
if (start.line != finish.line)
return "range endpoints are on different lines";
if (start.column > finish.column)
return "range endpoints are reversed";
char_span line = location_get_source_line (start.file, start.line);
if (!line)
return "unable to read source line";
/* Determine the location of the literal (including quotes
and leading prefix chars, such as the 'u' in a u""
token). */
size_t literal_length = finish.column - start.column + 1;
/* Ensure that we don't crash if we got the wrong location. */
if (start.column < 1)
return "zero start column";
if (line.length () < (start.column - 1 + literal_length))
return "line is not wide enough";
char_span literal = line.subspan (start.column - 1, literal_length);
cpp_string from;
from.len = literal_length;
/* Make a copy of the literal, to avoid having to rely on
the lifetime of the copy of the line within the cache.
This will be released by the auto_cpp_string_vec dtor. */
from.text = (unsigned char *)literal.xstrdup ();
strs.safe_push (from);
/* For very long lines, a new linemap could have started
halfway through the token.
Ensure that the loc_reader uses the linemap of the
*end* of the token for its start location. */
const line_map_ordinary *start_ord_map;
linemap_resolve_location (line_table, src_range.m_start,
LRK_SPELLING_LOCATION, &start_ord_map);
const line_map_ordinary *final_ord_map;
linemap_resolve_location (line_table, src_range.m_finish,
LRK_SPELLING_LOCATION, &final_ord_map);
if (start_ord_map == NULL || final_ord_map == NULL)
return "failed to get ordinary maps";
/* Bulletproofing. We ought to only have different ordinary maps
for start vs finish due to line-length jumps. */
if (start_ord_map != final_ord_map
&& start_ord_map->to_file != final_ord_map->to_file)
return "start and finish are spelled in different ordinary maps";
/* The file from linemap_resolve_location ought to match that from
expand_location_to_spelling_point. */
if (start_ord_map->to_file != start.file)
return "mismatching file after resolving linemap";
location_t start_loc
= linemap_position_for_line_and_column (line_table, final_ord_map,
start.line, start.column);
cpp_string_location_reader loc_reader (start_loc, line_table);
loc_readers.safe_push (loc_reader);
}
/* Rerun cpp_interpret_string, or rather, a modified version of it. */
const char *err = cpp_interpret_string_ranges (pfile, strs.address (),
loc_readers.address (),
num_locs, &ranges, type);
if (err)
return err;
/* Success: "ranges" should now contain information on the string. */
return NULL;
}
/* Attempt to populate *OUT_LOC with source location information on the
given characters within the string literal found at STRLOC.
CARET_IDX, START_IDX, and END_IDX refer to offsets within the execution
character set.
For example, given CARET_IDX = 4, START_IDX = 3, END_IDX = 7
and string literal "012345\n789"
*OUT_LOC is written to with:
"012345\n789"
~^~~~~
If CONCATS is non-NULL, then any string literals that the token at
STRLOC was concatenated with are also considered.
This is implemented by re-parsing the relevant source line(s).
Return NULL if successful, or an error message if any errors occurred.
Error messages are intended for GCC developers (to help debugging) rather
than for end-users. */
const char *
get_location_within_string (cpp_reader *pfile,
string_concat_db *concats,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
int caret_idx, int start_idx, int end_idx,
location_t *out_loc)
{
gcc_checking_assert (caret_idx >= 0);
gcc_checking_assert (start_idx >= 0);
gcc_checking_assert (end_idx >= 0);
gcc_assert (out_loc);
cpp_substring_ranges ranges;
const char *err
= get_substring_ranges_for_loc (pfile, concats, strloc, type, ranges);
if (err)
return err;
if (caret_idx >= ranges.get_num_ranges ())
return "caret_idx out of range";
if (start_idx >= ranges.get_num_ranges ())
return "start_idx out of range";
if (end_idx >= ranges.get_num_ranges ())
return "end_idx out of range";
*out_loc = make_location (ranges.get_range (caret_idx).m_start,
ranges.get_range (start_idx).m_start,
ranges.get_range (end_idx).m_finish);
return NULL;
}
#if CHECKING_P
namespace selftest {
/* Selftests of location handling. */
/* Attempt to populate *OUT_RANGE with source location information on the
given character within the string literal found at STRLOC.
CHAR_IDX refers to an offset within the execution character set.
If CONCATS is non-NULL, then any string literals that the token at
STRLOC was concatenated with are also considered.
This is implemented by re-parsing the relevant source line(s).
Return NULL if successful, or an error message if any errors occurred.
Error messages are intended for GCC developers (to help debugging) rather
than for end-users. */
static const char *
get_source_range_for_char (cpp_reader *pfile,
string_concat_db *concats,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
int char_idx,
source_range *out_range)
{
gcc_checking_assert (char_idx >= 0);
gcc_assert (out_range);
cpp_substring_ranges ranges;
const char *err
= get_substring_ranges_for_loc (pfile, concats, strloc, type, ranges);
if (err)
return err;
if (char_idx >= ranges.get_num_ranges ())
return "char_idx out of range";
*out_range = ranges.get_range (char_idx);
return NULL;
}
/* As get_source_range_for_char, but write to *OUT the number
of ranges that are available. */
static const char *
get_num_source_ranges_for_substring (cpp_reader *pfile,
string_concat_db *concats,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
int *out)
{
gcc_assert (out);
cpp_substring_ranges ranges;
const char *err
= get_substring_ranges_for_loc (pfile, concats, strloc, type, ranges);
if (err)
return err;
*out = ranges.get_num_ranges ();
return NULL;
}
/* Selftests of location handling. */
/* Verify that compare() on linenum_type handles comparisons over the full
range of the type. */
static void
test_linenum_comparisons ()
{
linenum_type min_line (0);
linenum_type max_line (0xffffffff);
ASSERT_EQ (0, compare (min_line, min_line));
ASSERT_EQ (0, compare (max_line, max_line));
ASSERT_GT (compare (max_line, min_line), 0);
ASSERT_LT (compare (min_line, max_line), 0);
}
/* Helper function for verifying location data: when location_t
values are > LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS, they are treated
as having column 0. */
static bool
should_have_column_data_p (location_t loc)
{
if (IS_ADHOC_LOC (loc))
loc = get_location_from_adhoc_loc (line_table, loc);
if (loc > LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS)
return false;
return true;
}
/* Selftest for should_have_column_data_p. */
static void
test_should_have_column_data_p ()
{
ASSERT_TRUE (should_have_column_data_p (RESERVED_LOCATION_COUNT));
ASSERT_TRUE
(should_have_column_data_p (LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS));
ASSERT_FALSE
(should_have_column_data_p (LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS + 1));
}
/* Verify the result of LOCATION_FILE/LOCATION_LINE/LOCATION_COLUMN
on LOC. */
static void
assert_loceq (const char *exp_filename, int exp_linenum, int exp_colnum,
location_t loc)
{
ASSERT_STREQ (exp_filename, LOCATION_FILE (loc));
ASSERT_EQ (exp_linenum, LOCATION_LINE (loc));
/* If location_t values are sufficiently high, then column numbers
will be unavailable and LOCATION_COLUMN (loc) will be 0.
When close to the threshold, column numbers *may* be present: if
the final linemap before the threshold contains a line that straddles
the threshold, locations in that line have column information. */
if (should_have_column_data_p (loc))
ASSERT_EQ (exp_colnum, LOCATION_COLUMN (loc));
}
/* Various selftests involve constructing a line table and one or more
line maps within it.
For maximum test coverage we want to run these tests with a variety
of situations:
- line_table->default_range_bits: some frontends use a non-zero value
and others use zero
- the fallback modes within line-map.c: there are various threshold
values for location_t beyond line-map.c changes
behavior (disabling of the range-packing optimization, disabling
of column-tracking). We can exercise these by starting the line_table
at interesting values at or near these thresholds.
The following struct describes a particular case within our test
matrix. */
class line_table_case
{
public:
line_table_case (int default_range_bits, int base_location)
: m_default_range_bits (default_range_bits),
m_base_location (base_location)
{}
int m_default_range_bits;
int m_base_location;
};
/* Constructor. Store the old value of line_table, and create a new
one, using sane defaults. */
line_table_test::line_table_test ()
{
gcc_assert (saved_line_table == NULL);
saved_line_table = line_table;
line_table = ggc_alloc<line_maps> ();
linemap_init (line_table, BUILTINS_LOCATION);
gcc_assert (saved_line_table->reallocator);
line_table->reallocator = saved_line_table->reallocator;
gcc_assert (saved_line_table->round_alloc_size);
line_table->round_alloc_size = saved_line_table->round_alloc_size;
line_table->default_range_bits = 0;
}
/* Constructor. Store the old value of line_table, and create a new
one, using the sitation described in CASE_. */
line_table_test::line_table_test (const line_table_case &case_)
{
gcc_assert (saved_line_table == NULL);
saved_line_table = line_table;
line_table = ggc_alloc<line_maps> ();
linemap_init (line_table, BUILTINS_LOCATION);
gcc_assert (saved_line_table->reallocator);
line_table->reallocator = saved_line_table->reallocator;
gcc_assert (saved_line_table->round_alloc_size);
line_table->round_alloc_size = saved_line_table->round_alloc_size;
line_table->default_range_bits = case_.m_default_range_bits;
if (case_.m_base_location)
{
line_table->highest_location = case_.m_base_location;
line_table->highest_line = case_.m_base_location;
}
}
/* Destructor. Restore the old value of line_table. */
line_table_test::~line_table_test ()
{
gcc_assert (saved_line_table != NULL);
line_table = saved_line_table;
saved_line_table = NULL;
}
/* Verify basic operation of ordinary linemaps. */
static void
test_accessing_ordinary_linemaps (const line_table_case &case_)
{
line_table_test ltt (case_);
/* Build a simple linemap describing some locations. */
linemap_add (line_table, LC_ENTER, false, "foo.c", 0);
linemap_line_start (line_table, 1, 100);
location_t loc_a = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 1);
location_t loc_b = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 23);
linemap_line_start (line_table, 2, 100);
location_t loc_c = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 1);
location_t loc_d = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 17);
/* Example of a very long line. */
linemap_line_start (line_table, 3, 2000);
location_t loc_e = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 700);
/* Transitioning back to a short line. */
linemap_line_start (line_table, 4, 0);
location_t loc_back_to_short = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 100);
if (should_have_column_data_p (loc_back_to_short))
{
/* Verify that we switched to short lines in the linemap. */
line_map_ordinary *map = LINEMAPS_LAST_ORDINARY_MAP (line_table);
ASSERT_EQ (7, map->m_column_and_range_bits - map->m_range_bits);
}
/* Example of a line that will eventually be seen to be longer
than LINE_MAP_MAX_COLUMN_NUMBER; the initially seen width is
below that. */
linemap_line_start (line_table, 5, 2000);
location_t loc_start_of_very_long_line
= linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 2000);
location_t loc_too_wide
= linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 4097);
location_t loc_too_wide_2
= linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 4098);
/* ...and back to a sane line length. */
linemap_line_start (line_table, 6, 100);
location_t loc_sane_again = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 10);
linemap_add (line_table, LC_LEAVE, false, NULL, 0);
/* Multiple files. */
linemap_add (line_table, LC_ENTER, false, "bar.c", 0);
linemap_line_start (line_table, 1, 200);
location_t loc_f = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 150);
linemap_add (line_table, LC_LEAVE, false, NULL, 0);
/* Verify that we can recover the location info. */
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 1, 1, loc_a);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 1, 23, loc_b);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 2, 1, loc_c);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 2, 17, loc_d);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 3, 700, loc_e);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 4, 100, loc_back_to_short);
/* In the very wide line, the initial location should be fully tracked. */
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 5, 2000, loc_start_of_very_long_line);
/* ...but once we exceed LINE_MAP_MAX_COLUMN_NUMBER column-tracking should
be disabled. */
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 5, 0, loc_too_wide);
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 5, 0, loc_too_wide_2);
/*...and column-tracking should be re-enabled for subsequent lines. */
assert_loceq ("foo.c", 6, 10, loc_sane_again);
assert_loceq ("bar.c", 1, 150, loc_f);
ASSERT_FALSE (is_location_from_builtin_token (loc_a));
ASSERT_TRUE (pure_location_p (line_table, loc_a));
/* Verify using make_location to build a range, and extracting data
back from it. */
location_t range_c_b_d = make_location (loc_c, loc_b, loc_d);
ASSERT_FALSE (pure_location_p (line_table, range_c_b_d));
ASSERT_EQ (loc_c, get_location_from_adhoc_loc (line_table, range_c_b_d));
source_range src_range = get_range_from_loc (line_table, range_c_b_d);
ASSERT_EQ (loc_b, src_range.m_start);
ASSERT_EQ (loc_d, src_range.m_finish);
}
/* Verify various properties of UNKNOWN_LOCATION. */
static void
test_unknown_location ()
{
ASSERT_EQ (NULL, LOCATION_FILE (UNKNOWN_LOCATION));
ASSERT_EQ (0, LOCATION_LINE (UNKNOWN_LOCATION));
ASSERT_EQ (0, LOCATION_COLUMN (UNKNOWN_LOCATION));
}
/* Verify various properties of BUILTINS_LOCATION. */
static void
test_builtins ()
{
assert_loceq (_("<built-in>"), 0, 0, BUILTINS_LOCATION);
ASSERT_PRED1 (is_location_from_builtin_token, BUILTINS_LOCATION);
}
/* Regression test for make_location.
Ensure that we use pure locations for the start/finish of the range,
rather than storing a packed or ad-hoc range as the start/finish. */
static void
test_make_location_nonpure_range_endpoints (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Issue seen with testsuite/c-c++-common/Wlogical-not-parentheses-2.c
with C++ frontend.
....................0000000001111111111222.
....................1234567890123456789012. */
const char *content = " r += !aaa == bbb;\n";
temp_source_file tmp (SELFTEST_LOCATION, ".C", content);
line_table_test ltt (case_);
linemap_add (line_table, LC_ENTER, false, tmp.get_filename (), 1);
const location_t c11 = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 11);
const location_t c12 = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 12);
const location_t c13 = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 13);
const location_t c14 = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 14);
const location_t c21 = linemap_position_for_column (line_table, 21);
if (c21 > LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS)
return;
/* Use column 13 for the caret location, arbitrarily, to verify that we
handle start != caret. */
const location_t aaa = make_location (c13, c12, c14);
ASSERT_EQ (c13, get_pure_location (aaa));
ASSERT_EQ (c12, get_start (aaa));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_start (aaa)));
ASSERT_EQ (c14, get_finish (aaa));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_finish (aaa)));
/* Make a location using a location with a range as the start-point. */
const location_t not_aaa = make_location (c11, aaa, c14);
ASSERT_EQ (c11, get_pure_location (not_aaa));
/* It should use the start location of the range, not store the range
itself. */
ASSERT_EQ (c12, get_start (not_aaa));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_start (not_aaa)));
ASSERT_EQ (c14, get_finish (not_aaa));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_finish (not_aaa)));
/* Similarly, make a location with a range as the end-point. */
const location_t aaa_eq_bbb = make_location (c12, c12, c21);
ASSERT_EQ (c12, get_pure_location (aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_EQ (c12, get_start (aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_start (aaa_eq_bbb)));
ASSERT_EQ (c21, get_finish (aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_finish (aaa_eq_bbb)));
const location_t not_aaa_eq_bbb = make_location (c11, c12, aaa_eq_bbb);
/* It should use the finish location of the range, not store the range
itself. */
ASSERT_EQ (c11, get_pure_location (not_aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_EQ (c12, get_start (not_aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_start (not_aaa_eq_bbb)));
ASSERT_EQ (c21, get_finish (not_aaa_eq_bbb));
ASSERT_FALSE (IS_ADHOC_LOC (get_finish (not_aaa_eq_bbb)));
}
/* Verify reading of input files (e.g. for caret-based diagnostics). */
static void
test_reading_source_line ()
{
/* Create a tempfile and write some text to it. */
temp_source_file tmp (SELFTEST_LOCATION, ".txt",
"01234567890123456789\n"
"This is the test text\n"
"This is the 3rd line");
/* Read back a specific line from the tempfile. */
char_span source_line = location_get_source_line (tmp.get_filename (), 3);
ASSERT_TRUE (source_line);
ASSERT_TRUE (source_line.get_buffer () != NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (20, source_line.length ());
ASSERT_TRUE (!strncmp ("This is the 3rd line",
source_line.get_buffer (), source_line.length ()));
source_line = location_get_source_line (tmp.get_filename (), 2);
ASSERT_TRUE (source_line);
ASSERT_TRUE (source_line.get_buffer () != NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (21, source_line.length ());
ASSERT_TRUE (!strncmp ("This is the test text",
source_line.get_buffer (), source_line.length ()));
source_line = location_get_source_line (tmp.get_filename (), 4);
ASSERT_FALSE (source_line);
ASSERT_TRUE (source_line.get_buffer () == NULL);
}
/* Tests of lexing. */
/* Verify that token TOK from PARSER has cpp_token_as_text
equal to EXPECTED_TEXT. */
#define ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ(PARSER, TOK, EXPECTED_TEXT) \
SELFTEST_BEGIN_STMT \
unsigned char *actual_txt = cpp_token_as_text ((PARSER), (TOK)); \
ASSERT_STREQ ((EXPECTED_TEXT), (const char *)actual_txt); \
SELFTEST_END_STMT
/* Verify that TOK's src_loc is within EXP_FILENAME at EXP_LINENUM,
and ranges from EXP_START_COL to EXP_FINISH_COL.
Use LOC as the effective location of the selftest. */
static void
assert_token_loc_eq (const location &loc,
const cpp_token *tok,
const char *exp_filename, int exp_linenum,
int exp_start_col, int exp_finish_col)
{
location_t tok_loc = tok->src_loc;
ASSERT_STREQ_AT (loc, exp_filename, LOCATION_FILE (tok_loc));
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, exp_linenum, LOCATION_LINE (tok_loc));
/* If location_t values are sufficiently high, then column numbers
will be unavailable. */
if (!should_have_column_data_p (tok_loc))
return;
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, exp_start_col, LOCATION_COLUMN (tok_loc));
source_range tok_range = get_range_from_loc (line_table, tok_loc);
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, exp_start_col, LOCATION_COLUMN (tok_range.m_start));
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, exp_finish_col, LOCATION_COLUMN (tok_range.m_finish));
}
/* Use assert_token_loc_eq to verify the TOK->src_loc, using
SELFTEST_LOCATION as the effective location of the selftest. */
#define ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ(TOK, EXP_FILENAME, EXP_LINENUM, \
EXP_START_COL, EXP_FINISH_COL) \
assert_token_loc_eq (SELFTEST_LOCATION, (TOK), (EXP_FILENAME), \
(EXP_LINENUM), (EXP_START_COL), (EXP_FINISH_COL))
/* Test of lexing a file using libcpp, verifying tokens and their
location information. */
static void
test_lexer (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Create a tempfile and write some text to it. */
const char *content =
/*00000000011111111112222222222333333.3333444444444.455555555556
12345678901234567890123456789012345.6789012345678.901234567890. */
("test_name /* c-style comment */\n"
" \"test literal\"\n"
" // test c++-style comment\n"
" 42\n");
temp_source_file tmp (SELFTEST_LOCATION, ".txt", content);
line_table_test ltt (case_);
cpp_reader *parser = cpp_create_reader (CLK_GNUC89, NULL, line_table);
const char *fname = cpp_read_main_file (parser, tmp.get_filename ());
ASSERT_NE (fname, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected tokens back, with the correct
location information. */
location_t loc;
const cpp_token *tok;
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_NAME);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (parser, tok, "test_name");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, tmp.get_filename (), 1, 1, 9);
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (parser, tok, "\"test literal\"");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, tmp.get_filename (), 2, 35, 48);
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_NUMBER);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (parser, tok, "42");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, tmp.get_filename (), 4, 4, 5);
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_EOF);
cpp_finish (parser, NULL);
cpp_destroy (parser);
}
/* Forward decls. */
class lexer_test;
class lexer_test_options;
/* A class for specifying options of a lexer_test.
The "apply" vfunc is called during the lexer_test constructor. */
class lexer_test_options
{
public:
virtual void apply (lexer_test &) = 0;
};
/* Wrapper around an cpp_reader *, which calls cpp_finish and cpp_destroy
in its dtor.
This is needed by struct lexer_test to ensure that the cleanup of the
cpp_reader happens *after* the cleanup of the temp_source_file. */
class cpp_reader_ptr
{
public:
cpp_reader_ptr (cpp_reader *ptr) : m_ptr (ptr) {}
~cpp_reader_ptr ()
{
cpp_finish (m_ptr, NULL);
cpp_destroy (m_ptr);
}
operator cpp_reader * () const { return m_ptr; }
private:
cpp_reader *m_ptr;
};
/* A struct for writing lexer tests. */
class lexer_test
{
public:
lexer_test (const line_table_case &case_, const char *content,
lexer_test_options *options);
~lexer_test ();
const cpp_token *get_token ();
/* The ordering of these fields matters.
The line_table_test must be first, since the cpp_reader_ptr
uses it.
The cpp_reader must be cleaned up *after* the temp_source_file
since the filenames in input.c's input cache are owned by the
cpp_reader; in particular, when ~temp_source_file evicts the
filename the filenames must still be alive. */
line_table_test m_ltt;
cpp_reader_ptr m_parser;
temp_source_file m_tempfile;
string_concat_db m_concats;
bool m_implicitly_expect_EOF;
};
/* Use an EBCDIC encoding for the execution charset, specifically
IBM1047-encoded (aka "EBCDIC 1047", or "Code page 1047").
This exercises iconv integration within libcpp.
Not every build of iconv supports the given charset,
so we need to flag this error and handle it gracefully. */
class ebcdic_execution_charset : public lexer_test_options
{
public:
ebcdic_execution_charset () : m_num_iconv_errors (0)
{
gcc_assert (s_singleton == NULL);
s_singleton = this;
}
~ebcdic_execution_charset ()
{
gcc_assert (s_singleton == this);
s_singleton = NULL;
}
void apply (lexer_test &test) FINAL OVERRIDE
{
cpp_options *cpp_opts = cpp_get_options (test.m_parser);
cpp_opts->narrow_charset = "IBM1047";
cpp_callbacks *callbacks = cpp_get_callbacks (test.m_parser);
callbacks->diagnostic = on_diagnostic;
}
static bool on_diagnostic (cpp_reader *pfile ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
enum cpp_diagnostic_level level ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
enum cpp_warning_reason reason ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
rich_location *richloc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
const char *msgid, va_list *ap ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
ATTRIBUTE_FPTR_PRINTF(5,0)
{
gcc_assert (s_singleton);
/* Avoid exgettext from picking this up, it is translated in libcpp. */
const char *msg = "conversion from %s to %s not supported by iconv";
#ifdef ENABLE_NLS
msg = dgettext ("cpplib", msg);
#endif
/* Detect and record errors emitted by libcpp/charset.c:init_iconv_desc
when the local iconv build doesn't support the conversion. */
if (strcmp (msgid, msg) == 0)
{
s_singleton->m_num_iconv_errors++;
return true;
}
/* Otherwise, we have an unexpected error. */
abort ();
}
bool iconv_errors_occurred_p () const { return m_num_iconv_errors > 0; }
private:
static ebcdic_execution_charset *s_singleton;
int m_num_iconv_errors;
};
ebcdic_execution_charset *ebcdic_execution_charset::s_singleton;
/* A lexer_test_options subclass that records a list of diagnostic
messages emitted by the lexer. */
class lexer_diagnostic_sink : public lexer_test_options
{
public:
lexer_diagnostic_sink ()
{
gcc_assert (s_singleton == NULL);
s_singleton = this;
}
~lexer_diagnostic_sink ()
{
gcc_assert (s_singleton == this);
s_singleton = NULL;
int i;
char *str;
FOR_EACH_VEC_ELT (m_diagnostics, i, str)
free (str);
}
void apply (lexer_test &test) FINAL OVERRIDE
{
cpp_callbacks *callbacks = cpp_get_callbacks (test.m_parser);
callbacks->diagnostic = on_diagnostic;
}
static bool on_diagnostic (cpp_reader *pfile ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
enum cpp_diagnostic_level level ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
enum cpp_warning_reason reason ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
rich_location *richloc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
const char *msgid, va_list *ap)
ATTRIBUTE_FPTR_PRINTF(5,0)
{
char *msg = xvasprintf (msgid, *ap);
s_singleton->m_diagnostics.safe_push (msg);
return true;
}
auto_vec<char *> m_diagnostics;
private:
static lexer_diagnostic_sink *s_singleton;
};
lexer_diagnostic_sink *lexer_diagnostic_sink::s_singleton;
/* Constructor. Override line_table with a new instance based on CASE_,
and write CONTENT to a tempfile. Create a cpp_reader, and use it to
start parsing the tempfile. */
lexer_test::lexer_test (const line_table_case &case_, const char *content,
lexer_test_options *options)
: m_ltt (case_),
m_parser (cpp_create_reader (CLK_GNUC99, NULL, line_table)),
/* Create a tempfile and write the text to it. */
m_tempfile (SELFTEST_LOCATION, ".c", content),
m_concats (),
m_implicitly_expect_EOF (true)
{
if (options)
options->apply (*this);
cpp_init_iconv (m_parser);
/* Parse the file. */
const char *fname = cpp_read_main_file (m_parser,
m_tempfile.get_filename ());
ASSERT_NE (fname, NULL);
}
/* Destructor. By default, verify that the next token in m_parser is EOF. */
lexer_test::~lexer_test ()
{
location_t loc;
const cpp_token *tok;
if (m_implicitly_expect_EOF)
{
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (m_parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_EOF);
}
}
/* Get the next token from m_parser. */
const cpp_token *
lexer_test::get_token ()
{
location_t loc;
const cpp_token *tok;
tok = cpp_get_token_with_location (m_parser, &loc);
ASSERT_NE (tok, NULL);
return tok;
}
/* Verify that locations within string literals are correctly handled. */
/* Verify get_source_range_for_substring for token(s) at STRLOC,
using the string concatenation database for TEST.
Assert that the character at index IDX is on EXPECTED_LINE,
and that it begins at column EXPECTED_START_COL and ends at
EXPECTED_FINISH_COL (unless the locations are beyond
LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS, in which case don't check their
columns). */
static void
assert_char_at_range (const location &loc,
lexer_test& test,
location_t strloc, enum cpp_ttype type, int idx,
int expected_line, int expected_start_col,
int expected_finish_col)
{
cpp_reader *pfile = test.m_parser;
string_concat_db *concats = &test.m_concats;
source_range actual_range = source_range();
const char *err
= get_source_range_for_char (pfile, concats, strloc, type, idx,
&actual_range);
if (should_have_column_data_p (strloc))
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, NULL, err);
else
{
ASSERT_STREQ_AT (loc,
"range starts after LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS",
err);
return;
}
int actual_start_line = LOCATION_LINE (actual_range.m_start);
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, expected_line, actual_start_line);
int actual_finish_line = LOCATION_LINE (actual_range.m_finish);
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, expected_line, actual_finish_line);
if (should_have_column_data_p (actual_range.m_start))
{
int actual_start_col = LOCATION_COLUMN (actual_range.m_start);
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, expected_start_col, actual_start_col);
}
if (should_have_column_data_p (actual_range.m_finish))
{
int actual_finish_col = LOCATION_COLUMN (actual_range.m_finish);
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, expected_finish_col, actual_finish_col);
}
}
/* Macro for calling assert_char_at_range, supplying SELFTEST_LOCATION for
the effective location of any errors. */
#define ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE(LEXER_TEST, STRLOC, TYPE, IDX, EXPECTED_LINE, \
EXPECTED_START_COL, EXPECTED_FINISH_COL) \
assert_char_at_range (SELFTEST_LOCATION, (LEXER_TEST), (STRLOC), (TYPE), \
(IDX), (EXPECTED_LINE), (EXPECTED_START_COL), \
(EXPECTED_FINISH_COL))
/* Verify get_num_source_ranges_for_substring for token(s) at STRLOC,
using the string concatenation database for TEST.
Assert that the token(s) at STRLOC contain EXPECTED_NUM_RANGES. */
static void
assert_num_substring_ranges (const location &loc,
lexer_test& test,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
int expected_num_ranges)
{
cpp_reader *pfile = test.m_parser;
string_concat_db *concats = &test.m_concats;
int actual_num_ranges = -1;
const char *err
= get_num_source_ranges_for_substring (pfile, concats, strloc, type,
&actual_num_ranges);
if (should_have_column_data_p (strloc))
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, NULL, err);
else
{
ASSERT_STREQ_AT (loc,
"range starts after LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS",
err);
return;
}
ASSERT_EQ_AT (loc, expected_num_ranges, actual_num_ranges);
}
/* Macro for calling assert_num_substring_ranges, supplying
SELFTEST_LOCATION for the effective location of any errors. */
#define ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES(LEXER_TEST, STRLOC, TYPE, \
EXPECTED_NUM_RANGES) \
assert_num_substring_ranges (SELFTEST_LOCATION, (LEXER_TEST), (STRLOC), \
(TYPE), (EXPECTED_NUM_RANGES))
/* Verify that get_num_source_ranges_for_substring for token(s) at STRLOC
returns an error (using the string concatenation database for TEST). */
static void
assert_has_no_substring_ranges (const location &loc,
lexer_test& test,
location_t strloc,
enum cpp_ttype type,
const char *expected_err)
{
cpp_reader *pfile = test.m_parser;
string_concat_db *concats = &test.m_concats;
cpp_substring_ranges ranges;
const char *actual_err
= get_substring_ranges_for_loc (pfile, concats, strloc,
type, ranges);
if (should_have_column_data_p (strloc))
ASSERT_STREQ_AT (loc, expected_err, actual_err);
else
ASSERT_STREQ_AT (loc,
"range starts after LINE_MAP_MAX_LOCATION_WITH_COLS",
actual_err);
}
#define ASSERT_HAS_NO_SUBSTRING_RANGES(LEXER_TEST, STRLOC, TYPE, ERR) \
assert_has_no_substring_ranges (SELFTEST_LOCATION, (LEXER_TEST), \
(STRLOC), (TYPE), (ERR))
/* Lex a simple string literal. Verify the substring location data, before
and after running cpp_interpret_string on it. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_simple (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Digits 0-9 (with 0 at column 10), the simple way.
....................000000000.11111111112.2222222223333333333
....................123456789.01234567890.1234567890123456789
We add a trailing comment to ensure that we correctly locate
the end of the string literal token. */
const char *content = " \"0123456789\" /* not a string */\n";
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected token back, with the correct
location information. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"0123456789\"");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, test.m_tempfile.get_filename (), 1, 9, 20);
/* At this point in lexing, the quote characters are treated as part of
the string (they are stripped off by cpp_interpret_string). */
ASSERT_EQ (tok->val.str.len, 12);
/* Verify that cpp_interpret_string works. */
cpp_string dst_string;
const enum cpp_ttype type = CPP_STRING;
bool result = cpp_interpret_string (test.m_parser, &tok->val.str, 1,
&dst_string, type);
ASSERT_TRUE (result);
ASSERT_STREQ ("0123456789", (const char *)dst_string.text);
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (dst_string.text));
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. This no longer includes the
opening quote, but does include the closing quote. */
for (int i = 0; i <= 10; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, i, 1,
10 + i, 10 + i);
ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES (test, tok->src_loc, type, 11);
}
/* As test_lexer_string_locations_simple, but use an EBCDIC execution
encoding. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_ebcdic (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* EBCDIC support requires iconv. */
if (!HAVE_ICONV)
return;
/* Digits 0-9 (with 0 at column 10), the simple way.
....................000000000.11111111112.2222222223333333333
....................123456789.01234567890.1234567890123456789
We add a trailing comment to ensure that we correctly locate
the end of the string literal token. */
const char *content = " \"0123456789\" /* not a string */\n";
ebcdic_execution_charset use_ebcdic;
lexer_test test (case_, content, &use_ebcdic);
/* Verify that we get the expected token back, with the correct
location information. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"0123456789\"");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, test.m_tempfile.get_filename (), 1, 9, 20);
/* At this point in lexing, the quote characters are treated as part of
the string (they are stripped off by cpp_interpret_string). */
ASSERT_EQ (tok->val.str.len, 12);
/* The remainder of the test requires an iconv implementation that
can convert from UTF-8 to the EBCDIC encoding requested above. */
if (use_ebcdic.iconv_errors_occurred_p ())
return;
/* Verify that cpp_interpret_string works. */
cpp_string dst_string;
const enum cpp_ttype type = CPP_STRING;
bool result = cpp_interpret_string (test.m_parser, &tok->val.str, 1,
&dst_string, type);
ASSERT_TRUE (result);
/* We should now have EBCDIC-encoded text, specifically
IBM1047-encoded (aka "EBCDIC 1047", or "Code page 1047").
The digits 0-9 are encoded as 240-249 i.e. 0xf0-0xf9. */
ASSERT_STREQ ("\xf0\xf1\xf2\xf3\xf4\xf5\xf6\xf7\xf8\xf9",
(const char *)dst_string.text);
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (dst_string.text));
/* Verify that we don't attempt to record substring location information
for such cases. */
ASSERT_HAS_NO_SUBSTRING_RANGES
(test, tok->src_loc, type,
"execution character set != source character set");
}
/* Lex a string literal containing a hex-escaped character.
Verify the substring location data, before and after running
cpp_interpret_string on it. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_hex (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Digits 0-9, expressing digit 5 in ASCII as "\x35"
and with a space in place of digit 6, to terminate the escaped
hex code.
....................000000000.111111.11112222.
....................123456789.012345.67890123. */
const char *content = " \"01234\\x35 789\"\n";
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected token back, with the correct
location information. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"01234\\x35 789\"");
ASSERT_TOKEN_LOC_EQ (tok, test.m_tempfile.get_filename (), 1, 9, 23);
/* At this point in lexing, the quote characters are treated as part of
the string (they are stripped off by cpp_interpret_string). */
ASSERT_EQ (tok->val.str.len, 15);
/* Verify that cpp_interpret_string works. */
cpp_string dst_string;
const enum cpp_ttype type = CPP_STRING;
bool result = cpp_interpret_string (test.m_parser, &tok->val.str, 1,
&dst_string, type);
ASSERT_TRUE (result);
ASSERT_STREQ ("012345 789", (const char *)dst_string.text);
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (dst_string.text));
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. This no longer includes the
opening quote, but does include the closing quote. */
for (int i = 0; i <= 4; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, i, 1, 10 + i, 10 + i);
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, 5, 1, 15, 18);
for (int i = 6; i <= 10; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, i, 1, 13 + i, 13 + i);
ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES (test, tok->src_loc, type, 11);
}
/* Lex a string literal containing an octal-escaped character.
Verify the substring location data after running cpp_interpret_string
on it. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_oct (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Digits 0-9, expressing digit 5 in ASCII as "\065"
and with a space in place of digit 6, to terminate the escaped
octal code.
....................000000000.111111.11112222.2222223333333333444
....................123456789.012345.67890123.4567890123456789012 */
const char *content = " \"01234\\065 789\" /* not a string */\n";
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected token back, with the correct
location information. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"01234\\065 789\"");
/* Verify that cpp_interpret_string works. */
cpp_string dst_string;
const enum cpp_ttype type = CPP_STRING;
bool result = cpp_interpret_string (test.m_parser, &tok->val.str, 1,
&dst_string, type);
ASSERT_TRUE (result);
ASSERT_STREQ ("012345 789", (const char *)dst_string.text);
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (dst_string.text));
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. This no longer includes the
opening quote, but does include the closing quote. */
for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, i, 1, 10 + i, 10 + i);
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, 5, 1, 15, 18);
for (int i = 6; i <= 10; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, type, i, 1, 13 + i, 13 + i);
ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES (test, tok->src_loc, type, 11);
}
/* Test of string literal containing letter escapes. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_letter_escape_1 (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* The string "\tfoo\\\nbar" i.e. tab, "foo", backslash, newline, bar.
.....................000000000.1.11111.1.1.11222.22222223333333
.....................123456789.0.12345.6.7.89012.34567890123456. */
const char *content = (" \"\\tfoo\\\\\\nbar\" /* non-str */\n");
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected tokens back. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"\\tfoo\\\\\\nbar\"");
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. */
/* "\t". */
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
0, 1, 10, 11);
/* "foo". */
for (int i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
i, 1, 11 + i, 11 + i);
/* "\\" and "\n". */
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
4, 1, 15, 16);
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
5, 1, 17, 18);
/* "bar" and closing quote for nul-terminator. */
for (int i = 6; i <= 9; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
i, 1, 13 + i, 13 + i);
ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING, 10);
}
/* Another test of a string literal containing a letter escape.
Based on string seen in
printf ("%-%\n");
in gcc.dg/format/c90-printf-1.c. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_letter_escape_2 (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* .....................000000000.1111.11.1111.22222222223.
.....................123456789.0123.45.6789.01234567890. */
const char *content = (" \"%-%\\n\" /* non-str */\n");
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected tokens back. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"%-%\\n\"");
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. */
/* "%-%". */
for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++)
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
i, 1, 10 + i, 10 + i);
/* "\n". */
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
3, 1, 13, 14);
/* Closing quote for nul-terminator. */
ASSERT_CHAR_AT_RANGE (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING,
4, 1, 15, 15);
ASSERT_NUM_SUBSTRING_RANGES (test, tok->src_loc, CPP_STRING, 5);
}
/* Lex a string literal containing UCN 4 characters.
Verify the substring location data after running cpp_interpret_string
on it. */
static void
test_lexer_string_locations_ucn4 (const line_table_case &case_)
{
/* Digits 0-9, expressing digits 5 and 6 as Roman numerals expressed
as UCN 4.
....................000000000.111111.111122.222222223.33333333344444
....................123456789.012345.678901.234567890.12345678901234 */
const char *content = " \"01234\\u2174\\u2175789\" /* non-str */\n";
lexer_test test (case_, content, NULL);
/* Verify that we get the expected token back, with the correct
location information. */
const cpp_token *tok = test.get_token ();
ASSERT_EQ (tok->type, CPP_STRING);
ASSERT_TOKEN_AS_TEXT_EQ (test.m_parser, tok, "\"01234\\u2174\\u2175789\"");
/* Verify that cpp_interpret_string works.
The string should be encoded in the execution character
set. Assuming that is UTF-8, we should have the following:
----------- ---- ----- ------- ----------------
Byte offset Byte Octal Unicode Source Column(s)
----------- ---- ----- ------- ----------------
0 0x30 '0' 10
1 0x31 '1' 11
2 0x32 '2' 12
3 0x33 '3' 13
4 0x34 '4' 14
5 0xE2 \342 U+2174 15-20
6 0x85 \205 (cont) 15-20
7 0xB4 \264 (cont) 15-20
8 0xE2 \342 U+2175 21-26
9 0x85 \205 (cont) 21-26
10 0xB5 \265 (cont) 21-26
11 0x37 '7' 27
12 0x38 '8' 28
13 0x39 '9' 29
14 0x00 30 (closing quote)
----------- ---- ----- ------- ---------------. */
cpp_string dst_string;
const enum cpp_ttype type = CPP_STRING;
bool result = cpp_interpret_string (test.m_parser, &tok->val.str, 1,
&dst_string, type);
ASSERT_TRUE (result);
ASSERT_STREQ ("01234\342\205\264\342\205\265789",
(const char *)dst_string.text);
free (const_cast <unsigned char *> (dst_string.text));
/* Verify ranges of individual characters. This no longer includes the
opening quote, but does include the closing quote.
'01234'. */
for (int i = 0; i <= 4; i++)