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/*--- Representation of source level types. priv_tytypes.h ---*/
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#ifndef __PRIV_TYTYPES_H
#define __PRIV_TYTYPES_H
#include "pub_core_basics.h" // UWord
#include "pub_core_xarray.h" // XArray
#include "priv_misc.h" // MaybeULong
enum {
Te_EMPTY=10, /* empty (contains no info) */
Te_INDIR, /* indirection to some other TyEnt */
Te_UNKNOWN, /* denotes a unknown type/field/whatever */
Te_Atom, /* name & 64-bit const, iow, enumeration member */
Te_Field, /* struct/class field defn */
Te_Bound, /* array bounds indication, for one dimension */
Te_TyBase, /* base type */
Te_TyPtr, /* pointer type */
Te_TyRef, /* reference type */
Te_TyPtrMbr, /* pointer to member type */
Te_TyRvalRef,/* rvalue reference type */
Te_TyTyDef, /* a renaming of some other type */
Te_TyStOrUn, /* structure or union type */
Te_TyEnum, /* an enum type */
Te_TyArray, /* an array type */
Te_TyFn, /* function type */
Te_TyQual, /* qualified type */
Te_TyVoid /* void type */
/* Fields ending in "R" are references to other TyEnts. Fields ending
in "Rs" are XArray*s of references to other TyEnts. */
struct {
UWord cuOff;
TyEntTag tag;
union {
struct {
struct {
UWord indR;
struct {
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
Bool valueKnown; /* atoms w/ unknown value are possible */
Long value;
} Atom;
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
UWord typeR; /* should be Te_TyXXXX */
union {
UChar* loc; /* location expr, in mallocville */
Word offset; /* or offset from the beginning of containing
entity */
} pos;
Word nLoc; /* number of bytes in .pos.loc if >= 0, or -1
if .pos.offset should be used instead */
Bool isStruct;
} Field;
struct {
Bool knownL;
Bool knownU;
Long boundL;
Long boundU;
} Bound;
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
Int szB;
UChar enc; /* S:signed U:unsigned F:floating C:complex float */
} TyBase;
struct {
Int szB;
UWord typeR;
} TyPorR;
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
UWord typeR; /* MAY BE D3_INVALID_CUOFF, denoting unknown */
} TyTyDef;
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
UWord szB;
UWord typeR;
XArray* /* of UWord */ fieldRs;
Bool complete;
Bool isStruct;
} TyStOrUn;
struct {
HChar* name; /* in mallocville */
Int szB;
XArray* /* of UWord */ atomRs;
} TyEnum;
struct {
UWord typeR;
XArray* /* of UWord */ boundRs;
} TyArray;
struct {
} TyFn;
struct {
UChar qual; /* C:const V:volatile R:restrict */
UWord typeR;
} TyQual;
struct {
Bool isFake; /* True == introduced by the reader */
} TyVoid;
} Te;
/* Does this TyEnt denote a type, as opposed to some other kind of
thing? */
Bool ML_(TyEnt__is_type)( const TyEnt* );
/* Print a TyEnt, debug-style. */
void ML_(pp_TyEnt)( const TyEnt* );
/* Print a whole XArray of TyEnts, debug-style */
void ML_(pp_TyEnts)( const XArray* tyents, const HChar* who );
/* Print a TyEnt, C style, chasing stuff as necessary. */
void ML_(pp_TyEnt_C_ishly)( const XArray* /* of TyEnt */ tyents,
UWord cuOff );
/* Generates a total ordering on TyEnts based only on their .cuOff
fields. */
Word ML_(TyEnt__cmp_by_cuOff_only) ( const TyEnt* te1, const TyEnt* te2 );
/* Generates a total ordering on TyEnts based on everything except
their .cuOff fields. */
Word ML_(TyEnt__cmp_by_all_except_cuOff) ( const TyEnt* te1, const TyEnt* te2 );
/* Free up all directly or indirectly heap-allocated stuff attached to
this TyEnt, and set its tag to Te_EMPTY. The .cuOff field is
unchanged. */
void ML_(TyEnt__make_EMPTY) ( TyEnt* te );
/* How big is this type? If .b in the returned struct is False, the
size is unknown. */
MaybeULong ML_(sizeOfType)( const XArray* /* of TyEnt */ tyents,
UWord cuOff );
/* Describe where in the type 'offset' falls. Caller must
deallocate the resulting XArray. */
XArray* /*UChar*/ ML_(describe_type)( /*OUT*/PtrdiffT* residual_offset,
const XArray* /* of TyEnt */ tyents,
UWord ty_cuOff,
PtrdiffT offset );
/* A fast-lookup cache for ML_(TyEnts__index_by_cuOff). Nothing
particularly surprising here; it's 2 way set associative, with some
number of ways, doesn't particularly have to be a power of 2. In
order to have a way to indicate an invalid entry, we set the second
value of the pair to NULL, and keep checking for it, since
unfortunately there's no obvious cuOff number that we could put in
the first word of the pair that could indicate an invalid entry.
4096 arrived at as the best value for an E6600 loading Qt-4.4.1
Designer and all associated libraries, compiled by gcc-4.3.1,
-g -O, 64-bit, which is at least a moderately good stress test,
with the largest library being about 150MB.*/
#define N_TYENT_INDEX_CACHE 4096
struct {
struct { UWord cuOff0; TyEnt* ent0;
UWord cuOff1; TyEnt* ent1; }
void ML_(TyEntIndexCache__invalidate) ( TyEntIndexCache* cache );
/* 'ents' is an XArray of TyEnts, sorted by their .cuOff fields. Find
the entry which has .cuOff field as specified. Returns NULL if not
found. Asserts if more than one entry has the specified .cuOff
value. */
TyEnt* ML_(TyEnts__index_by_cuOff) ( const XArray* /* of TyEnt */ ents,
TyEntIndexCache* cache,
UWord cuOff_to_find );
#endif /* ndef __PRIV_TYTYPES_H */
/*--- end priv_tytypes.h ---*/