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// Clang doesn't support SEH on Windows yet, so for the time being we
// build this program in two parts: the code with SEH is built with CL,
// the rest is built with Clang. This represents the typical scenario when we
// build a large project using "clang-cl -fallback -fsanitize=address".
// Check both -GS and -GS- builds:
// RUN: cl -c %s -Fo%t.obj
// RUN: %clangxx_asan -o %t.exe %s %t.obj
// RUN: %run %t.exe
// RUN: cl -GS- -c %s -Fo%t.obj
// RUN: %clangxx_asan -o %t.exe %s %t.obj
// RUN: %run %t.exe
#include <windows.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <stdio.h>
// Should just "#include <sanitizer/asan_interface.h>" when C++ exceptions are
// supported and we don't need to use CL.
extern "C" bool __asan_address_is_poisoned(void *p);
void ThrowAndCatch();
#if !defined(__clang__)
void Throw() {
int local, zero = 0;
fprintf(stderr, "Throw: %p\n", &local);
local = 5 / zero;
void ThrowAndCatch() {
int local;
__try {
fprintf(stderr, "__except: %p\n", &local);
int main() {
char x[32];
fprintf(stderr, "Before: %p poisoned: %d\n", &x,
__asan_address_is_poisoned(x + 32));
assert(__asan_address_is_poisoned(x + 32));
fprintf(stderr, "After: %p poisoned: %d\n", &x,
__asan_address_is_poisoned(x + 32));
// FIXME: Invert this assertion once we fix
assert(!__asan_address_is_poisoned(x + 32));