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/** @file decl.h
@brief Declarations related to type declarations; the parser basically
creates instances of these classes, which are then turned into actual
Types.
Three classes work together to represent declarations. As an example,
consider a declaration like:
static uniform int foo, bar[10];
An instance of the Declaration class represents this entire declaration
of two variables, 'foo' and 'bar'. It holds a single instance of the
DeclSpecs class represents the common specifiers for all of the
variables--here, that the declaration has the 'static' and 'uniform'
qualifiers, and that it's basic type is 'int'. Then for each variable
declaration, the Declaraiton class holds an instance of a Declarator,
which in turn records the per-variable information like the symbol
name, array size (if any), initializer expression, etc.
*/
#ifndef ISPC_DECL_H
#define ISPC_DECL_H
#include "ispc.h"
enum StorageClass {
SC_NONE,
SC_EXTERN,
SC_EXPORT,
SC_STATIC,
SC_TYPEDEF,
SC_EXTERN_C
};
/* Multiple qualifiers can be provided with types in declarations;
therefore, they are set up so that they can be ANDed together into an
int. */
#define TYPEQUAL_NONE 0
#define TYPEQUAL_CONST (1<<0)
#define TYPEQUAL_UNIFORM (1<<1)
#define TYPEQUAL_VARYING (1<<2)
#define TYPEQUAL_TASK (1<<3)
#define TYPEQUAL_REFERENCE (1<<4)
#define TYPEQUAL_UNSIGNED (1<<5)
#define TYPEQUAL_INLINE (1<<6)
/** @brief Representation of the declaration specifiers in a declaration.
In other words, this represents all of the stuff that applies to all of
the (possibly multiple) variables in a declaration.
*/
class DeclSpecs {
public:
DeclSpecs(const Type *t = NULL, StorageClass sc = SC_NONE, int tq = TYPEQUAL_NONE);
void Print() const;
StorageClass storageClass;
/** Zero or more of the TYPEQUAL_* values, ANDed together. */
int typeQualifier;
/** The basic type provided in the declaration; this should be an
AtomicType, a StructType, or a VectorType; other types (like
ArrayTypes) will end up being created if a particular declaration
has an array size, etc.
*/
const Type *baseType;
/** If this is a declaration with a vector type, this gives the vector
width. For non-vector types, this is zero.
*/
int vectorSize;
/** If this is a declaration with an "soa<n>" qualifier, this gives the
SOA width specified. Otherwise this is zero.
*/
int soaWidth;
};
/** @brief Representation of the declaration of a single variable.
In conjunction with an instance of the DeclSpecs, this gives us
everything we need for a full variable declaration.
*/
class Declarator {
public:
Declarator(Symbol *s, SourcePos p);
/** As the parser peels off array dimension declarations after the
symbol name, it calls this method to provide them to the
Declarator.
*/
void AddArrayDimension(int size);
/** Once a DeclSpecs instance is available, this method completes the
initialization of the Symbol, setting its Type accordingly.
*/
void InitFromDeclSpecs(DeclSpecs *ds);
/** Get the actual type of the combination of Declarator and the given
DeclSpecs */
const Type *GetType(DeclSpecs *ds) const;
void Print() const;
const SourcePos pos;
Symbol *sym;
/** If this declarator includes an array specification, the sizes of
the array dimensions are represented here.
*/
std::vector<int> arraySize;
/** Initialization expression for the variable. May be NULL. */
Expr *initExpr;
bool isFunction;
std::vector<Declaration *> *functionArgs;
};
/** @brief Representation of a full declaration of one or more variables,
including the shared DeclSpecs as well as the per-variable Declarators.
*/
class Declaration {
public:
Declaration(DeclSpecs *ds, std::vector<Declarator *> *dlist = NULL) {
declSpecs = ds;
if (dlist != NULL)
declarators = *dlist;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < declarators.size(); ++i)
if (declarators[i] != NULL)
declarators[i]->InitFromDeclSpecs(declSpecs);
}
Declaration(DeclSpecs *ds, Declarator *d) {
declSpecs = ds;
if (d) {
d->InitFromDeclSpecs(ds);
declarators.push_back(d);
}
}
/** Adds the symbols for the variables in the declaration to the symbol
table. */
void AddSymbols(SymbolTable *st) const;
void Print() const;
DeclSpecs *declSpecs;
std::vector<Declarator *> declarators;
};
/** The parser creates instances of StructDeclaration for the members of
structs as it's parsing their declarations. */
struct StructDeclaration {
StructDeclaration(const Type *t, std::vector<Declarator *> *d)
: type(t), declarators(d) { }
const Type *type;
std::vector<Declarator *> *declarators;
};
/** Given a set of StructDeclaration instances, this returns the types of
the elements of the corresponding struct and their names. */
extern void GetStructTypesNamesPositions(const std::vector<StructDeclaration *> &sd,
std::vector<const Type *> *elementTypes,
std::vector<std::string> *elementNames,
std::vector<SourcePos> *elementPositions);
#endif // ISPC_DECL_H