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//===--- DiagnosticIDs.cpp - Diagnostic IDs Handling ----------------------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This file implements the Diagnostic IDs-related interfaces.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticIDs.h"
#include "clang/Basic/AllDiagnostics.h"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticCategories.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceManager.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/STLExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallVector.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include <map>
using namespace clang;
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Builtin Diagnostic information
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
namespace {
// Diagnostic classes.
enum {
CLASS_NOTE = 0x01,
CLASS_REMARK = 0x02,
CLASS_WARNING = 0x03,
CLASS_EXTENSION = 0x04,
CLASS_ERROR = 0x05
};
struct StaticDiagInfoRec {
uint16_t DiagID;
unsigned Mapping : 3;
unsigned Class : 3;
unsigned SFINAE : 2;
unsigned WarnNoWerror : 1;
unsigned WarnShowInSystemHeader : 1;
unsigned Category : 5;
uint16_t OptionGroupIndex;
uint16_t DescriptionLen;
const char *DescriptionStr;
unsigned getOptionGroupIndex() const {
return OptionGroupIndex;
}
StringRef getDescription() const {
return StringRef(DescriptionStr, DescriptionLen);
}
bool operator<(const StaticDiagInfoRec &RHS) const {
return DiagID < RHS.DiagID;
}
};
} // namespace anonymous
static const StaticDiagInfoRec StaticDiagInfo[] = {
#define DIAG(ENUM,CLASS,DEFAULT_MAPPING,DESC,GROUP, \
SFINAE,NOWERROR,SHOWINSYSHEADER,CATEGORY) \
{ diag::ENUM, DEFAULT_MAPPING, CLASS, \
DiagnosticIDs::SFINAE, \
NOWERROR, SHOWINSYSHEADER, CATEGORY, GROUP, \
STR_SIZE(DESC, uint16_t), DESC },
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticCommonKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticDriverKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticFrontendKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticSerializationKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticLexKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticParseKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticASTKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticCommentKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticSemaKinds.inc"
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticAnalysisKinds.inc"
#undef DIAG
};
static const unsigned StaticDiagInfoSize = llvm::array_lengthof(StaticDiagInfo);
/// GetDiagInfo - Return the StaticDiagInfoRec entry for the specified DiagID,
/// or null if the ID is invalid.
static const StaticDiagInfoRec *GetDiagInfo(unsigned DiagID) {
// If assertions are enabled, verify that the StaticDiagInfo array is sorted.
#ifndef NDEBUG
static bool IsFirst = true; // So the check is only performed on first call.
if (IsFirst) {
for (unsigned i = 1; i != StaticDiagInfoSize; ++i) {
assert(StaticDiagInfo[i-1].DiagID != StaticDiagInfo[i].DiagID &&
"Diag ID conflict, the enums at the start of clang::diag (in "
"DiagnosticIDs.h) probably need to be increased");
assert(StaticDiagInfo[i-1] < StaticDiagInfo[i] &&
"Improperly sorted diag info");
}
IsFirst = false;
}
#endif
// Out of bounds diag. Can't be in the table.
using namespace diag;
if (DiagID >= DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT || DiagID <= DIAG_START_COMMON)
return 0;
// Compute the index of the requested diagnostic in the static table.
// 1. Add the number of diagnostics in each category preceding the
// diagnostic and of the category the diagnostic is in. This gives us
// the offset of the category in the table.
// 2. Subtract the number of IDs in each category from our ID. This gives us
// the offset of the diagnostic in the category.
// This is cheaper than a binary search on the table as it doesn't touch
// memory at all.
unsigned Offset = 0;
unsigned ID = DiagID - DIAG_START_COMMON - 1;
#define CATEGORY(NAME, PREV) \
if (DiagID > DIAG_START_##NAME) { \
Offset += NUM_BUILTIN_##PREV##_DIAGNOSTICS - DIAG_START_##PREV - 1; \
ID -= DIAG_START_##NAME - DIAG_START_##PREV; \
}
CATEGORY(DRIVER, COMMON)
CATEGORY(FRONTEND, DRIVER)
CATEGORY(SERIALIZATION, FRONTEND)
CATEGORY(LEX, SERIALIZATION)
CATEGORY(PARSE, LEX)
CATEGORY(AST, PARSE)
CATEGORY(COMMENT, AST)
CATEGORY(SEMA, COMMENT)
CATEGORY(ANALYSIS, SEMA)
#undef CATEGORY
// Avoid out of bounds reads.
if (ID + Offset >= StaticDiagInfoSize)
return 0;
assert(ID < StaticDiagInfoSize && Offset < StaticDiagInfoSize);
const StaticDiagInfoRec *Found = &StaticDiagInfo[ID + Offset];
// If the diag id doesn't match we found a different diag, abort. This can
// happen when this function is called with an ID that points into a hole in
// the diagID space.
if (Found->DiagID != DiagID)
return 0;
return Found;
}
static DiagnosticMappingInfo GetDefaultDiagMappingInfo(unsigned DiagID) {
DiagnosticMappingInfo Info = DiagnosticMappingInfo::Make(
diag::MAP_FATAL, /*IsUser=*/false, /*IsPragma=*/false);
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *StaticInfo = GetDiagInfo(DiagID)) {
Info.setMapping((diag::Mapping) StaticInfo->Mapping);
if (StaticInfo->WarnNoWerror) {
assert(Info.getMapping() == diag::MAP_WARNING &&
"Unexpected mapping with no-Werror bit!");
Info.setNoWarningAsError(true);
}
if (StaticInfo->WarnShowInSystemHeader) {
assert(Info.getMapping() == diag::MAP_WARNING &&
"Unexpected mapping with show-in-system-header bit!");
Info.setShowInSystemHeader(true);
}
}
return Info;
}
/// getCategoryNumberForDiag - Return the category number that a specified
/// DiagID belongs to, or 0 if no category.
unsigned DiagnosticIDs::getCategoryNumberForDiag(unsigned DiagID) {
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *Info = GetDiagInfo(DiagID))
return Info->Category;
return 0;
}
namespace {
// The diagnostic category names.
struct StaticDiagCategoryRec {
const char *NameStr;
uint8_t NameLen;
StringRef getName() const {
return StringRef(NameStr, NameLen);
}
};
}
// Unfortunately, the split between DiagnosticIDs and Diagnostic is not
// particularly clean, but for now we just implement this method here so we can
// access GetDefaultDiagMapping.
DiagnosticMappingInfo &DiagnosticsEngine::DiagState::getOrAddMappingInfo(
diag::kind Diag)
{
std::pair<iterator, bool> Result = DiagMap.insert(
std::make_pair(Diag, DiagnosticMappingInfo()));
// Initialize the entry if we added it.
if (Result.second)
Result.first->second = GetDefaultDiagMappingInfo(Diag);
return Result.first->second;
}
static const StaticDiagCategoryRec CategoryNameTable[] = {
#define GET_CATEGORY_TABLE
#define CATEGORY(X, ENUM) { X, STR_SIZE(X, uint8_t) },
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticGroups.inc"
#undef GET_CATEGORY_TABLE
{ 0, 0 }
};
/// getNumberOfCategories - Return the number of categories
unsigned DiagnosticIDs::getNumberOfCategories() {
return llvm::array_lengthof(CategoryNameTable) - 1;
}
/// getCategoryNameFromID - Given a category ID, return the name of the
/// category, an empty string if CategoryID is zero, or null if CategoryID is
/// invalid.
StringRef DiagnosticIDs::getCategoryNameFromID(unsigned CategoryID) {
if (CategoryID >= getNumberOfCategories())
return StringRef();
return CategoryNameTable[CategoryID].getName();
}
DiagnosticIDs::SFINAEResponse
DiagnosticIDs::getDiagnosticSFINAEResponse(unsigned DiagID) {
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *Info = GetDiagInfo(DiagID))
return static_cast<DiagnosticIDs::SFINAEResponse>(Info->SFINAE);
return SFINAE_Report;
}
/// getBuiltinDiagClass - Return the class field of the diagnostic.
///
static unsigned getBuiltinDiagClass(unsigned DiagID) {
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *Info = GetDiagInfo(DiagID))
return Info->Class;
return ~0U;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Custom Diagnostic information
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
namespace clang {
namespace diag {
class CustomDiagInfo {
typedef std::pair<DiagnosticIDs::Level, std::string> DiagDesc;
std::vector<DiagDesc> DiagInfo;
std::map<DiagDesc, unsigned> DiagIDs;
public:
/// getDescription - Return the description of the specified custom
/// diagnostic.
StringRef getDescription(unsigned DiagID) const {
assert(this && DiagID-DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT < DiagInfo.size() &&
"Invalid diagnostic ID");
return DiagInfo[DiagID-DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT].second;
}
/// getLevel - Return the level of the specified custom diagnostic.
DiagnosticIDs::Level getLevel(unsigned DiagID) const {
assert(this && DiagID-DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT < DiagInfo.size() &&
"Invalid diagnostic ID");
return DiagInfo[DiagID-DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT].first;
}
unsigned getOrCreateDiagID(DiagnosticIDs::Level L, StringRef Message,
DiagnosticIDs &Diags) {
DiagDesc D(L, Message);
// Check to see if it already exists.
std::map<DiagDesc, unsigned>::iterator I = DiagIDs.lower_bound(D);
if (I != DiagIDs.end() && I->first == D)
return I->second;
// If not, assign a new ID.
unsigned ID = DiagInfo.size()+DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT;
DiagIDs.insert(std::make_pair(D, ID));
DiagInfo.push_back(D);
return ID;
}
};
} // end diag namespace
} // end clang namespace
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Common Diagnostic implementation
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
DiagnosticIDs::DiagnosticIDs() {
CustomDiagInfo = 0;
}
DiagnosticIDs::~DiagnosticIDs() {
delete CustomDiagInfo;
}
/// getCustomDiagID - Return an ID for a diagnostic with the specified message
/// and level. If this is the first request for this diagnostic, it is
/// registered and created, otherwise the existing ID is returned.
///
/// \param FormatString A fixed diagnostic format string that will be hashed and
/// mapped to a unique DiagID.
unsigned DiagnosticIDs::getCustomDiagID(Level L, StringRef FormatString) {
if (CustomDiagInfo == 0)
CustomDiagInfo = new diag::CustomDiagInfo();
return CustomDiagInfo->getOrCreateDiagID(L, FormatString, *this);
}
/// isBuiltinWarningOrExtension - Return true if the unmapped diagnostic
/// level of the specified diagnostic ID is a Warning or Extension.
/// This only works on builtin diagnostics, not custom ones, and is not legal to
/// call on NOTEs.
bool DiagnosticIDs::isBuiltinWarningOrExtension(unsigned DiagID) {
return DiagID < diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT &&
getBuiltinDiagClass(DiagID) != CLASS_ERROR;
}
/// \brief Determine whether the given built-in diagnostic ID is a
/// Note.
bool DiagnosticIDs::isBuiltinNote(unsigned DiagID) {
return DiagID < diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT &&
getBuiltinDiagClass(DiagID) == CLASS_NOTE;
}
/// isBuiltinExtensionDiag - Determine whether the given built-in diagnostic
/// ID is for an extension of some sort. This also returns EnabledByDefault,
/// which is set to indicate whether the diagnostic is ignored by default (in
/// which case -pedantic enables it) or treated as a warning/error by default.
///
bool DiagnosticIDs::isBuiltinExtensionDiag(unsigned DiagID,
bool &EnabledByDefault) {
if (DiagID >= diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT ||
getBuiltinDiagClass(DiagID) != CLASS_EXTENSION)
return false;
EnabledByDefault =
GetDefaultDiagMappingInfo(DiagID).getMapping() != diag::MAP_IGNORE;
return true;
}
bool DiagnosticIDs::isDefaultMappingAsError(unsigned DiagID) {
if (DiagID >= diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT)
return false;
return GetDefaultDiagMappingInfo(DiagID).getMapping() == diag::MAP_ERROR;
}
/// getDescription - Given a diagnostic ID, return a description of the
/// issue.
StringRef DiagnosticIDs::getDescription(unsigned DiagID) const {
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *Info = GetDiagInfo(DiagID))
return Info->getDescription();
return CustomDiagInfo->getDescription(DiagID);
}
/// getDiagnosticLevel - Based on the way the client configured the
/// DiagnosticsEngine object, classify the specified diagnostic ID into a Level,
/// by consumable the DiagnosticClient.
DiagnosticIDs::Level
DiagnosticIDs::getDiagnosticLevel(unsigned DiagID, SourceLocation Loc,
const DiagnosticsEngine &Diag) const {
// Handle custom diagnostics, which cannot be mapped.
if (DiagID >= diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT)
return CustomDiagInfo->getLevel(DiagID);
unsigned DiagClass = getBuiltinDiagClass(DiagID);
if (DiagClass == CLASS_NOTE) return DiagnosticIDs::Note;
return getDiagnosticLevel(DiagID, DiagClass, Loc, Diag);
}
/// \brief Based on the way the client configured the Diagnostic
/// object, classify the specified diagnostic ID into a Level, consumable by
/// the DiagnosticClient.
///
/// \param Loc The source location we are interested in finding out the
/// diagnostic state. Can be null in order to query the latest state.
DiagnosticIDs::Level
DiagnosticIDs::getDiagnosticLevel(unsigned DiagID, unsigned DiagClass,
SourceLocation Loc,
const DiagnosticsEngine &Diag) const {
// Specific non-error diagnostics may be mapped to various levels from ignored
// to error. Errors can only be mapped to fatal.
DiagnosticIDs::Level Result = DiagnosticIDs::Fatal;
DiagnosticsEngine::DiagStatePointsTy::iterator
Pos = Diag.GetDiagStatePointForLoc(Loc);
DiagnosticsEngine::DiagState *State = Pos->State;
// Get the mapping information, or compute it lazily.
DiagnosticMappingInfo &MappingInfo = State->getOrAddMappingInfo(
(diag::kind)DiagID);
switch (MappingInfo.getMapping()) {
case diag::MAP_IGNORE:
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Ignored;
break;
case diag::MAP_REMARK:
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Remark;
break;
case diag::MAP_WARNING:
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Warning;
break;
case diag::MAP_ERROR:
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Error;
break;
case diag::MAP_FATAL:
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Fatal;
break;
}
// Upgrade ignored diagnostics if -Weverything is enabled.
if (Diag.EnableAllWarnings && Result == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored &&
!MappingInfo.isUser())
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Warning;
// Diagnostics of class REMARK are either printed as remarks or in case they
// have been added to -Werror they are printed as errors.
if (DiagClass == CLASS_REMARK && Result == DiagnosticIDs::Warning)
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Remark;
// Ignore -pedantic diagnostics inside __extension__ blocks.
// (The diagnostics controlled by -pedantic are the extension diagnostics
// that are not enabled by default.)
bool EnabledByDefault = false;
bool IsExtensionDiag = isBuiltinExtensionDiag(DiagID, EnabledByDefault);
if (Diag.AllExtensionsSilenced && IsExtensionDiag && !EnabledByDefault)
return DiagnosticIDs::Ignored;
// For extension diagnostics that haven't been explicitly mapped, check if we
// should upgrade the diagnostic.
if (IsExtensionDiag && !MappingInfo.isUser()) {
switch (Diag.ExtBehavior) {
case DiagnosticsEngine::Ext_Ignore:
break;
case DiagnosticsEngine::Ext_Warn:
// Upgrade ignored diagnostics to warnings.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored)
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Warning;
break;
case DiagnosticsEngine::Ext_Error:
// Upgrade ignored or warning diagnostics to errors.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored || Result == DiagnosticIDs::Warning)
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Error;
break;
}
}
// At this point, ignored errors can no longer be upgraded.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored)
return Result;
// Honor -w, which is lower in priority than pedantic-errors, but higher than
// -Werror.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Warning && Diag.IgnoreAllWarnings)
return DiagnosticIDs::Ignored;
// If -Werror is enabled, map warnings to errors unless explicitly disabled.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Warning) {
if (Diag.WarningsAsErrors && !MappingInfo.hasNoWarningAsError())
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Error;
}
// If -Wfatal-errors is enabled, map errors to fatal unless explicity
// disabled.
if (Result == DiagnosticIDs::Error) {
if (Diag.ErrorsAsFatal && !MappingInfo.hasNoErrorAsFatal())
Result = DiagnosticIDs::Fatal;
}
// If we are in a system header, we ignore it. We look at the diagnostic class
// because we also want to ignore extensions and warnings in -Werror and
// -pedantic-errors modes, which *map* warnings/extensions to errors.
if (Result >= DiagnosticIDs::Warning &&
DiagClass != CLASS_ERROR &&
// Custom diagnostics always are emitted in system headers.
DiagID < diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT &&
!MappingInfo.hasShowInSystemHeader() &&
Diag.SuppressSystemWarnings &&
Loc.isValid() &&
Diag.getSourceManager().isInSystemHeader(
Diag.getSourceManager().getExpansionLoc(Loc)))
return DiagnosticIDs::Ignored;
return Result;
}
#define GET_DIAG_ARRAYS
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticGroups.inc"
#undef GET_DIAG_ARRAYS
namespace {
struct WarningOption {
uint16_t NameOffset;
uint16_t Members;
uint16_t SubGroups;
// String is stored with a pascal-style length byte.
StringRef getName() const {
return StringRef(DiagGroupNames + NameOffset + 1,
DiagGroupNames[NameOffset]);
}
};
}
// Second the table of options, sorted by name for fast binary lookup.
static const WarningOption OptionTable[] = {
#define GET_DIAG_TABLE
#include "clang/Basic/DiagnosticGroups.inc"
#undef GET_DIAG_TABLE
};
static const size_t OptionTableSize = llvm::array_lengthof(OptionTable);
static bool WarningOptionCompare(const WarningOption &LHS, StringRef RHS) {
return LHS.getName() < RHS;
}
/// getWarningOptionForDiag - Return the lowest-level warning option that
/// enables the specified diagnostic. If there is no -Wfoo flag that controls
/// the diagnostic, this returns null.
StringRef DiagnosticIDs::getWarningOptionForDiag(unsigned DiagID) {
if (const StaticDiagInfoRec *Info = GetDiagInfo(DiagID))
return OptionTable[Info->getOptionGroupIndex()].getName();
return StringRef();
}
static void getDiagnosticsInGroup(const WarningOption *Group,
SmallVectorImpl<diag::kind> &Diags) {
// Add the members of the option diagnostic set.
const int16_t *Member = DiagArrays + Group->Members;
for (; *Member != -1; ++Member)
Diags.push_back(*Member);
// Add the members of the subgroups.
const int16_t *SubGroups = DiagSubGroups + Group->SubGroups;
for (; *SubGroups != (int16_t)-1; ++SubGroups)
getDiagnosticsInGroup(&OptionTable[(short)*SubGroups], Diags);
}
bool DiagnosticIDs::getDiagnosticsInGroup(
StringRef Group,
SmallVectorImpl<diag::kind> &Diags) const {
const WarningOption *Found =
std::lower_bound(OptionTable, OptionTable + OptionTableSize, Group,
WarningOptionCompare);
if (Found == OptionTable + OptionTableSize ||
Found->getName() != Group)
return true; // Option not found.
::getDiagnosticsInGroup(Found, Diags);
return false;
}
void DiagnosticIDs::getAllDiagnostics(
SmallVectorImpl<diag::kind> &Diags) const {
for (unsigned i = 0; i != StaticDiagInfoSize; ++i)
Diags.push_back(StaticDiagInfo[i].DiagID);
}
StringRef DiagnosticIDs::getNearestWarningOption(StringRef Group) {
StringRef Best;
unsigned BestDistance = Group.size() + 1; // Sanity threshold.
for (const WarningOption *i = OptionTable, *e = OptionTable + OptionTableSize;
i != e; ++i) {
// Don't suggest ignored warning flags.
if (!i->Members && !i->SubGroups)
continue;
unsigned Distance = i->getName().edit_distance(Group, true, BestDistance);
if (Distance == BestDistance) {
// Two matches with the same distance, don't prefer one over the other.
Best = "";
} else if (Distance < BestDistance) {
// This is a better match.
Best = i->getName();
BestDistance = Distance;
}
}
return Best;
}
/// ProcessDiag - This is the method used to report a diagnostic that is
/// finally fully formed.
bool DiagnosticIDs::ProcessDiag(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag) const {
Diagnostic Info(&Diag);
if (Diag.SuppressAllDiagnostics)
return false;
assert(Diag.getClient() && "DiagnosticClient not set!");
// Figure out the diagnostic level of this message.
unsigned DiagID = Info.getID();
DiagnosticIDs::Level DiagLevel
= getDiagnosticLevel(DiagID, Info.getLocation(), Diag);
if (DiagLevel != DiagnosticIDs::Note) {
// Record that a fatal error occurred only when we see a second
// non-note diagnostic. This allows notes to be attached to the
// fatal error, but suppresses any diagnostics that follow those
// notes.
if (Diag.LastDiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Fatal)
Diag.FatalErrorOccurred = true;
Diag.LastDiagLevel = DiagLevel;
}
// Update counts for DiagnosticErrorTrap even if a fatal error occurred.
if (DiagLevel >= DiagnosticIDs::Error) {
++Diag.TrapNumErrorsOccurred;
if (isUnrecoverable(DiagID))
++Diag.TrapNumUnrecoverableErrorsOccurred;
}
// If a fatal error has already been emitted, silence all subsequent
// diagnostics.
if (Diag.FatalErrorOccurred) {
if (DiagLevel >= DiagnosticIDs::Error &&
Diag.Client->IncludeInDiagnosticCounts()) {
++Diag.NumErrors;
++Diag.NumErrorsSuppressed;
}
return false;
}
// If the client doesn't care about this message, don't issue it. If this is
// a note and the last real diagnostic was ignored, ignore it too.
if (DiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored ||
(DiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Note &&
Diag.LastDiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Ignored))
return false;
if (DiagLevel >= DiagnosticIDs::Error) {
if (isUnrecoverable(DiagID))
Diag.UnrecoverableErrorOccurred = true;
// Warnings which have been upgraded to errors do not prevent compilation.
if (isDefaultMappingAsError(DiagID))
Diag.UncompilableErrorOccurred = true;
Diag.ErrorOccurred = true;
if (Diag.Client->IncludeInDiagnosticCounts()) {
++Diag.NumErrors;
}
// If we've emitted a lot of errors, emit a fatal error instead of it to
// stop a flood of bogus errors.
if (Diag.ErrorLimit && Diag.NumErrors > Diag.ErrorLimit &&
DiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Error) {
Diag.SetDelayedDiagnostic(diag::fatal_too_many_errors);
return false;
}
}
// Finally, report it.
EmitDiag(Diag, DiagLevel);
return true;
}
void DiagnosticIDs::EmitDiag(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag, Level DiagLevel) const {
Diagnostic Info(&Diag);
assert(DiagLevel != DiagnosticIDs::Ignored && "Cannot emit ignored diagnostics!");
Diag.Client->HandleDiagnostic((DiagnosticsEngine::Level)DiagLevel, Info);
if (Diag.Client->IncludeInDiagnosticCounts()) {
if (DiagLevel == DiagnosticIDs::Warning)
++Diag.NumWarnings;
}
Diag.CurDiagID = ~0U;
}
bool DiagnosticIDs::isUnrecoverable(unsigned DiagID) const {
if (DiagID >= diag::DIAG_UPPER_LIMIT) {
// Custom diagnostics.
return CustomDiagInfo->getLevel(DiagID) >= DiagnosticIDs::Error;
}
// Only errors may be unrecoverable.
if (getBuiltinDiagClass(DiagID) < CLASS_ERROR)
return false;
if (DiagID == diag::err_unavailable ||
DiagID == diag::err_unavailable_message)
return false;
// Currently we consider all ARC errors as recoverable.
if (isARCDiagnostic(DiagID))
return false;
return true;
}
bool DiagnosticIDs::isARCDiagnostic(unsigned DiagID) {
unsigned cat = getCategoryNumberForDiag(DiagID);
return DiagnosticIDs::getCategoryNameFromID(cat).startswith("ARC ");
}