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/* dwarf2out.h - Various declarations for functions found in
Copyright (C) 1998-2022 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
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GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
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
<>. */
#define GCC_DWARF2OUT_H 1
#include "dwarf2.h" /* ??? Remove this once only used by dwarf2foo.c. */
typedef struct die_struct *dw_die_ref;
typedef const struct die_struct *const_dw_die_ref;
typedef struct dw_val_node *dw_val_ref;
typedef struct dw_cfi_node *dw_cfi_ref;
typedef struct dw_loc_descr_node *dw_loc_descr_ref;
typedef struct dw_loc_list_struct *dw_loc_list_ref;
typedef struct dw_discr_list_node *dw_discr_list_ref;
typedef wide_int *wide_int_ptr;
/* Call frames are described using a sequence of Call Frame
Information instructions. The register number, offset
and address fields are provided as possible operands;
their use is selected by the opcode field. */
enum dw_cfi_oprnd_type {
typedef union GTY(()) {
unsigned int GTY ((tag ("dw_cfi_oprnd_reg_num"))) dw_cfi_reg_num;
HOST_WIDE_INT GTY ((tag ("dw_cfi_oprnd_offset"))) dw_cfi_offset;
const char * GTY ((tag ("dw_cfi_oprnd_addr"))) dw_cfi_addr;
struct dw_loc_descr_node * GTY ((tag ("dw_cfi_oprnd_loc"))) dw_cfi_loc;
struct dw_cfa_location * GTY ((tag ("dw_cfi_oprnd_cfa_loc")))
} dw_cfi_oprnd;
struct GTY(()) dw_cfi_node {
enum dwarf_call_frame_info dw_cfi_opc;
dw_cfi_oprnd GTY ((desc ("dw_cfi_oprnd1_desc (%1.dw_cfi_opc)")))
dw_cfi_oprnd GTY ((desc ("dw_cfi_oprnd2_desc (%1.dw_cfi_opc)")))
typedef vec<dw_cfi_ref, va_gc> *cfi_vec;
typedef struct dw_fde_node *dw_fde_ref;
/* All call frame descriptions (FDE's) in the GCC generated DWARF
refer to a single Common Information Entry (CIE), defined at
the beginning of the .debug_frame section. This use of a single
CIE obviates the need to keep track of multiple CIE's
in the DWARF generation routines below. */
struct GTY(()) dw_fde_node {
tree decl;
const char *dw_fde_begin;
const char *dw_fde_current_label;
const char *dw_fde_end;
const char *dw_fde_vms_end_prologue;
const char *dw_fde_vms_begin_epilogue;
const char *dw_fde_second_begin;
const char *dw_fde_second_end;
cfi_vec dw_fde_cfi;
int dw_fde_switch_cfi_index; /* Last CFI before switching sections. */
HOST_WIDE_INT stack_realignment;
unsigned funcdef_number;
unsigned fde_index;
/* Dynamic realign argument pointer register. */
unsigned int drap_reg;
/* Virtual dynamic realign argument pointer register. */
unsigned int vdrap_reg;
/* These 3 flags are copied from rtl_data in function.h. */
unsigned all_throwers_are_sibcalls : 1;
unsigned uses_eh_lsda : 1;
unsigned nothrow : 1;
/* Whether we did stack realign in this call frame. */
unsigned stack_realign : 1;
/* Whether dynamic realign argument pointer register has been saved. */
unsigned drap_reg_saved: 1;
/* True iff dw_fde_begin label is in text_section or cold_text_section. */
unsigned in_std_section : 1;
/* True iff dw_fde_second_begin label is in text_section or
cold_text_section. */
unsigned second_in_std_section : 1;
/* True if Rule 18 described in is in action, i.e. for dynamic
stack realignment in between pushing of hard frame pointer to stack
and setting hard frame pointer to stack pointer. The register save for
hard frame pointer register should be emitted only on the latter
instruction. */
unsigned rule18 : 1;
/* True if this function is to be ignored by debugger. */
unsigned ignored_debug : 1;
/* This represents a register, in DWARF_FRAME_REGNUM space, for use in CFA
definitions and expressions.
Most architectures only need a single register number, but some (amdgcn)
have pointers that span multiple registers. DWARF permits arbitrary
register sets but existing use-cases only require contiguous register
sets, as represented here. */
struct GTY(()) cfa_reg {
unsigned int reg;
unsigned short span;
unsigned short span_width; /* A.K.A. register mode size. */
cfa_reg& set_by_dwreg (unsigned int r)
reg = r;
span = 1;
span_width = 0; /* Unknown size (permitted when span == 1). */
return *this;
bool operator== (const cfa_reg &other) const
return (reg == other.reg && span == other.span
&& (span_width == other.span_width
|| (span == 1
&& (span_width == 0 || other.span_width == 0))));
bool operator!= (const cfa_reg &other) const
return !(*this == other);
/* This is how we define the location of the CFA. We use to handle it
as REG + OFFSET all the time, but now it can be more complex.
It can now be either REG + CFA_OFFSET or *(REG + BASE_OFFSET) + CFA_OFFSET.
Instead of passing around REG and OFFSET, we pass a copy
of this structure. */
struct GTY(()) dw_cfa_location {
poly_int64_pod offset;
poly_int64_pod base_offset;
/* REG is in DWARF_FRAME_REGNUM space, *not* normal REGNO space. */
struct cfa_reg reg;
BOOL_BITFIELD indirect : 1; /* 1 if CFA is accessed via a dereference. */
BOOL_BITFIELD in_use : 1; /* 1 if a saved cfa is stored here. */
/* Each DIE may have a series of attribute/value pairs. Values
can take on several forms. The forms that are used in this
implementation are listed below. */
enum dw_val_class
/* Describe a floating point constant value, or a vector constant value. */
struct GTY(()) dw_vec_const {
void * GTY((atomic)) array;
unsigned length;
unsigned elt_size;
/* Describe a single value that a discriminant can match.
Discriminants (in the "record variant part" meaning) are scalars.
dw_discr_list_ref and dw_discr_value are a mean to describe a set of
discriminant values that are matched by a particular variant.
Discriminants can be signed or unsigned scalars, and can be discriminants
values. Both have to be consistent, though. */
struct GTY(()) dw_discr_value {
int pos; /* Whether the discriminant value is positive (unsigned). */
HOST_WIDE_INT GTY ((tag ("0"))) sval;
unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT GTY ((tag ("1"))) uval;
GTY ((desc ("%1.pos"))) v;
struct addr_table_entry;
/* The dw_val_node describes an attribute's value, as it is
represented internally. */
struct GTY(()) dw_val_node {
enum dw_val_class val_class;
struct addr_table_entry * GTY(()) val_entry;
union dw_val_struct_union
rtx GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_addr"))) val_addr;
unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_offset"))) val_offset;
dw_loc_list_ref GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_loc_list"))) val_loc_list;
dw_die_ref GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_view_list"))) val_view_list;
dw_loc_descr_ref GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_loc"))) val_loc;
HOST_WIDE_INT GTY ((default)) val_int;
unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT
GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_unsigned_const"))) val_unsigned;
double_int GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_const_double"))) val_double;
wide_int_ptr GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_wide_int"))) val_wide;
dw_vec_const GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_vec"))) val_vec;
struct dw_val_die_union
dw_die_ref die;
int external;
} GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_die_ref"))) val_die_ref;
unsigned GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_fde_ref"))) val_fde_index;
struct indirect_string_node * GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_str"))) val_str;
char * GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_lbl_id"))) val_lbl_id;
unsigned char GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_flag"))) val_flag;
struct dwarf_file_data * GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_file"))) val_file;
struct dwarf_file_data *
GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_file_implicit"))) val_file_implicit;
unsigned char GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_data8"))) val_data8[8];
tree GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_decl_ref"))) val_decl_ref;
struct dw_val_vms_delta_union
char * lbl1;
char * lbl2;
} GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_vms_delta"))) val_vms_delta;
dw_discr_value GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_discr_value"))) val_discr_value;
dw_discr_list_ref GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_discr_list"))) val_discr_list;
char * GTY ((tag ("dw_val_class_symview"))) val_symbolic_view;
GTY ((desc ("%1.val_class"))) v;
/* Locations in memory are described using a sequence of stack machine
operations. */
struct GTY((chain_next ("%h.dw_loc_next"))) dw_loc_descr_node {
dw_loc_descr_ref dw_loc_next;
ENUM_BITFIELD (dwarf_location_atom) dw_loc_opc : 8;
/* Used to distinguish DW_OP_addr with a direct symbol relocation
from DW_OP_addr with a dtp-relative symbol relocation. */
unsigned int dtprel : 1;
/* For DW_OP_pick, DW_OP_dup and DW_OP_over operations: true iff.
it targets a DWARF prodecure argument. In this case, it needs to be
relocated according to the current frame offset. */
unsigned int frame_offset_rel : 1;
int dw_loc_addr;
dw_val_node dw_loc_oprnd1;
dw_val_node dw_loc_oprnd2;
/* A variant (inside a record variant part) is selected when the corresponding
discriminant matches its set of values (see the comment for dw_discr_value).
The following datastructure holds such matching information. */
struct GTY(()) dw_discr_list_node {
dw_discr_list_ref dw_discr_next;
dw_discr_value dw_discr_lower_bound;
dw_discr_value dw_discr_upper_bound;
/* This node represents only the value in dw_discr_lower_bound when it's
zero. It represents the range between the two fields (bounds included)
otherwise. */
int dw_discr_range;
/* Interface from to */
extern struct dw_loc_descr_node *build_cfa_loc
(dw_cfa_location *, poly_int64);
extern struct dw_loc_descr_node *build_cfa_aligned_loc
(dw_cfa_location *, poly_int64, HOST_WIDE_INT);
extern struct dw_loc_descr_node *build_span_loc (struct cfa_reg);
extern struct dw_loc_descr_node *mem_loc_descriptor
(rtx, machine_mode mode, machine_mode mem_mode,
enum var_init_status);
extern bool loc_descr_equal_p (dw_loc_descr_ref, dw_loc_descr_ref);
extern dw_fde_ref dwarf2out_alloc_current_fde (void);
extern unsigned long size_of_locs (dw_loc_descr_ref);
extern void output_loc_sequence (dw_loc_descr_ref, int);
extern void output_loc_sequence_raw (dw_loc_descr_ref);
/* Interface from to */
extern void lookup_cfa_1 (dw_cfi_ref cfi, dw_cfa_location *loc,
dw_cfa_location *remember);
extern bool cfa_equal_p (const dw_cfa_location *, const dw_cfa_location *);
extern void output_cfi (dw_cfi_ref, dw_fde_ref, int);
extern GTY(()) cfi_vec cie_cfi_vec;
/* Interface from dwarf2*.c to the rest of the compiler. */
extern enum dw_cfi_oprnd_type dw_cfi_oprnd1_desc
(enum dwarf_call_frame_info cfi);
extern enum dw_cfi_oprnd_type dw_cfi_oprnd2_desc
(enum dwarf_call_frame_info cfi);
extern void output_cfi_directive (FILE *f, struct dw_cfi_node *cfi);
extern void dwarf2out_emit_cfi (dw_cfi_ref cfi);
extern void debug_dwarf (void);
struct die_struct;
extern void debug_dwarf_die (struct die_struct *);
extern void debug_dwarf_loc_descr (dw_loc_descr_ref);
extern void debug (die_struct &ref);
extern void debug (die_struct *ptr);
extern void dwarf2out_set_demangle_name_func (const char *(*) (const char *));
extern void dwarf2out_vms_debug_main_pointer (void);
enum array_descr_ordering
struct array_descr_info
int ndimensions;
enum array_descr_ordering ordering;
tree element_type;
tree base_decl;
tree data_location;
tree allocated;
tree associated;
tree stride;
tree rank;
bool stride_in_bits;
struct array_descr_dimen
/* GCC uses sizetype for array indices, so lower_bound and upper_bound
will likely be "sizetype" values. However, bounds may have another
type in the original source code. */
tree bounds_type;
tree lower_bound;
tree upper_bound;
/* Only Fortran uses more than one dimension for array types. For other
languages, the stride can be rather specified for the whole array. */
tree stride;
enum fixed_point_scale_factor
struct fixed_point_type_info
/* The scale factor is the value one has to multiply the actual data with
to get the fixed point value. We support three ways to encode it. */
enum fixed_point_scale_factor scale_factor_kind;
/* For a binary scale factor, the scale factor is 2 ** binary. */
int binary;
/* For a decimal scale factor, the scale factor is 10 ** decimal. */
int decimal;
/* For an arbitrary scale factor, the scale factor is the ratio
numerator / denominator. */
struct { tree numerator; tree denominator; } arbitrary;
} scale_factor;
void dwarf2out_cc_finalize (void);
/* Some DWARF internals are exposed for the needs of DWARF-based debug
formats. */
/* Each DIE attribute has a field specifying the attribute kind,
a link to the next attribute in the chain, and an attribute value.
Attributes are typically linked below the DIE they modify. */
typedef struct GTY(()) dw_attr_struct {
enum dwarf_attribute dw_attr;
dw_val_node dw_attr_val;
extern dw_attr_node *get_AT (dw_die_ref, enum dwarf_attribute);
extern HOST_WIDE_INT AT_int (dw_attr_node *);
extern unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT AT_unsigned (dw_attr_node *a);
extern dw_loc_descr_ref AT_loc (dw_attr_node *);
extern dw_die_ref get_AT_ref (dw_die_ref, enum dwarf_attribute);
extern const char *get_AT_string (dw_die_ref, enum dwarf_attribute);
extern enum dw_val_class AT_class (dw_attr_node *);
extern unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT AT_unsigned (dw_attr_node *);
extern unsigned get_AT_unsigned (dw_die_ref, enum dwarf_attribute);
extern int get_AT_flag (dw_die_ref, enum dwarf_attribute);
extern void add_name_attribute (dw_die_ref, const char *);
extern dw_die_ref new_die_raw (enum dwarf_tag);
extern dw_die_ref base_type_die (tree, bool);
extern dw_die_ref lookup_decl_die (tree);
extern dw_die_ref lookup_type_die (tree);
extern dw_die_ref dw_get_die_child (dw_die_ref);
extern dw_die_ref dw_get_die_sib (dw_die_ref);
extern enum dwarf_tag dw_get_die_tag (dw_die_ref);
/* Data about a single source file. */
struct GTY((for_user)) dwarf_file_data {
const char * key;
const char * filename;
int emitted_number;
extern struct dwarf_file_data *get_AT_file (dw_die_ref,
enum dwarf_attribute);
#endif /* GCC_DWARF2OUT_H */