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// Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
//go:generate go run mkbuiltin.go
package gc
import (
"bufio"
"bytes"
"cmd/compile/internal/ssa"
"cmd/compile/internal/types"
"cmd/internal/bio"
"cmd/internal/dwarf"
"cmd/internal/obj"
"cmd/internal/objabi"
"cmd/internal/src"
"cmd/internal/sys"
"flag"
"fmt"
"internal/goversion"
"io"
"io/ioutil"
"log"
"os"
"path"
"regexp"
"runtime"
"strconv"
"strings"
)
var imported_unsafe bool
var (
buildid string
)
var (
Debug_append int
Debug_closure int
Debug_compilelater int
debug_dclstack int
Debug_panic int
Debug_slice int
Debug_vlog bool
Debug_wb int
Debug_pctab string
Debug_locationlist int
Debug_typecheckinl int
Debug_gendwarfinl int
Debug_softfloat int
)
// Debug arguments.
// These can be specified with the -d flag, as in "-d nil"
// to set the debug_checknil variable.
// Multiple options can be comma-separated.
// Each option accepts an optional argument, as in "gcprog=2"
var debugtab = []struct {
name string
help string
val interface{} // must be *int or *string
}{
{"append", "print information about append compilation", &Debug_append},
{"closure", "print information about closure compilation", &Debug_closure},
{"compilelater", "compile functions as late as possible", &Debug_compilelater},
{"disablenil", "disable nil checks", &disable_checknil},
{"dclstack", "run internal dclstack check", &debug_dclstack},
{"gcprog", "print dump of GC programs", &Debug_gcprog},
{"nil", "print information about nil checks", &Debug_checknil},
{"panic", "do not hide any compiler panic", &Debug_panic},
{"slice", "print information about slice compilation", &Debug_slice},
{"typeassert", "print information about type assertion inlining", &Debug_typeassert},
{"wb", "print information about write barriers", &Debug_wb},
{"export", "print export data", &Debug_export},
{"pctab", "print named pc-value table", &Debug_pctab},
{"locationlists", "print information about DWARF location list creation", &Debug_locationlist},
{"typecheckinl", "eager typechecking of inline function bodies", &Debug_typecheckinl},
{"dwarfinl", "print information about DWARF inlined function creation", &Debug_gendwarfinl},
{"softfloat", "force compiler to emit soft-float code", &Debug_softfloat},
}
const debugHelpHeader = `usage: -d arg[,arg]* and arg is <key>[=<value>]
<key> is one of:
`
const debugHelpFooter = `
<value> is key-specific.
Key "pctab" supports values:
"pctospadj", "pctofile", "pctoline", "pctoinline", "pctopcdata"
`
func usage() {
fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "usage: compile [options] file.go...\n")
objabi.Flagprint(os.Stderr)
Exit(2)
}
func hidePanic() {
if Debug_panic == 0 && nsavederrors+nerrors > 0 {
// If we've already complained about things
// in the program, don't bother complaining
// about a panic too; let the user clean up
// the code and try again.
if err := recover(); err != nil {
errorexit()
}
}
}
// supportsDynlink reports whether or not the code generator for the given
// architecture supports the -shared and -dynlink flags.
func supportsDynlink(arch *sys.Arch) bool {
return arch.InFamily(sys.AMD64, sys.ARM, sys.ARM64, sys.I386, sys.PPC64, sys.S390X)
}
// timing data for compiler phases
var timings Timings
var benchfile string
var nowritebarrierrecCheck *nowritebarrierrecChecker
// Main parses flags and Go source files specified in the command-line
// arguments, type-checks the parsed Go package, compiles functions to machine
// code, and finally writes the compiled package definition to disk.
func Main(archInit func(*Arch)) {
timings.Start("fe", "init")
defer hidePanic()
archInit(&thearch)
Ctxt = obj.Linknew(thearch.LinkArch)
Ctxt.DiagFunc = yyerror
Ctxt.DiagFlush = flusherrors
Ctxt.Bso = bufio.NewWriter(os.Stdout)
localpkg = types.NewPkg("", "")
localpkg.Prefix = "\"\""
// We won't know localpkg's height until after import
// processing. In the mean time, set to MaxPkgHeight to ensure
// height comparisons at least work until then.
localpkg.Height = types.MaxPkgHeight
// pseudo-package, for scoping
builtinpkg = types.NewPkg("go.builtin", "") // TODO(gri) name this package go.builtin?
builtinpkg.Prefix = "go.builtin" // not go%2ebuiltin
// pseudo-package, accessed by import "unsafe"
unsafepkg = types.NewPkg("unsafe", "unsafe")
// Pseudo-package that contains the compiler's builtin
// declarations for package runtime. These are declared in a
// separate package to avoid conflicts with package runtime's
// actual declarations, which may differ intentionally but
// insignificantly.
Runtimepkg = types.NewPkg("go.runtime", "runtime")
Runtimepkg.Prefix = "runtime"
// pseudo-packages used in symbol tables
itabpkg = types.NewPkg("go.itab", "go.itab")
itabpkg.Prefix = "go.itab" // not go%2eitab
itablinkpkg = types.NewPkg("go.itablink", "go.itablink")
itablinkpkg.Prefix = "go.itablink" // not go%2eitablink
trackpkg = types.NewPkg("go.track", "go.track")
trackpkg.Prefix = "go.track" // not go%2etrack
// pseudo-package used for map zero values
mappkg = types.NewPkg("go.map", "go.map")
mappkg.Prefix = "go.map"
// pseudo-package used for methods with anonymous receivers
gopkg = types.NewPkg("go", "")
Nacl = objabi.GOOS == "nacl"
Wasm := objabi.GOARCH == "wasm"
flag.BoolVar(&compiling_runtime, "+", false, "compiling runtime")
flag.BoolVar(&compiling_std, "std", false, "compiling standard library")
objabi.Flagcount("%", "debug non-static initializers", &Debug['%'])
objabi.Flagcount("B", "disable bounds checking", &Debug['B'])
objabi.Flagcount("C", "disable printing of columns in error messages", &Debug['C']) // TODO(gri) remove eventually
flag.StringVar(&localimport, "D", "", "set relative `path` for local imports")
objabi.Flagcount("E", "debug symbol export", &Debug['E'])
objabi.Flagfn1("I", "add `directory` to import search path", addidir)
objabi.Flagcount("K", "debug missing line numbers", &Debug['K'])
objabi.Flagcount("L", "show full file names in error messages", &Debug['L'])
objabi.Flagcount("N", "disable optimizations", &Debug['N'])
objabi.Flagcount("S", "print assembly listing", &Debug['S'])
objabi.AddVersionFlag() // -V
objabi.Flagcount("W", "debug parse tree after type checking", &Debug['W'])
flag.StringVar(&asmhdr, "asmhdr", "", "write assembly header to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&buildid, "buildid", "", "record `id` as the build id in the export metadata")
flag.IntVar(&nBackendWorkers, "c", 1, "concurrency during compilation, 1 means no concurrency")
flag.BoolVar(&pure_go, "complete", false, "compiling complete package (no C or assembly)")
flag.StringVar(&debugstr, "d", "", "print debug information about items in `list`; try -d help")
flag.BoolVar(&flagDWARF, "dwarf", !Wasm, "generate DWARF symbols")
flag.BoolVar(&Ctxt.Flag_locationlists, "dwarflocationlists", true, "add location lists to DWARF in optimized mode")
flag.IntVar(&genDwarfInline, "gendwarfinl", 2, "generate DWARF inline info records")
objabi.Flagcount("e", "no limit on number of errors reported", &Debug['e'])
objabi.Flagcount("h", "halt on error", &Debug['h'])
objabi.Flagfn1("importmap", "add `definition` of the form source=actual to import map", addImportMap)
objabi.Flagfn1("importcfg", "read import configuration from `file`", readImportCfg)
flag.StringVar(&flag_installsuffix, "installsuffix", "", "set pkg directory `suffix`")
objabi.Flagcount("j", "debug runtime-initialized variables", &Debug['j'])
objabi.Flagcount("l", "disable inlining", &Debug['l'])
flag.StringVar(&flag_lang, "lang", "", "release to compile for")
flag.StringVar(&linkobj, "linkobj", "", "write linker-specific object to `file`")
objabi.Flagcount("live", "debug liveness analysis", &debuglive)
objabi.Flagcount("m", "print optimization decisions", &Debug['m'])
if sys.MSanSupported(objabi.GOOS, objabi.GOARCH) {
flag.BoolVar(&flag_msan, "msan", false, "build code compatible with C/C++ memory sanitizer")
}
flag.BoolVar(&nolocalimports, "nolocalimports", false, "reject local (relative) imports")
flag.StringVar(&outfile, "o", "", "write output to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&myimportpath, "p", "", "set expected package import `path`")
flag.BoolVar(&writearchive, "pack", false, "write to file.a instead of file.o")
objabi.Flagcount("r", "debug generated wrappers", &Debug['r'])
if sys.RaceDetectorSupported(objabi.GOOS, objabi.GOARCH) {
flag.BoolVar(&flag_race, "race", false, "enable race detector")
}
objabi.Flagcount("s", "warn about composite literals that can be simplified", &Debug['s'])
if enableTrace {
flag.BoolVar(&trace, "t", false, "trace type-checking")
}
flag.StringVar(&pathPrefix, "trimpath", "", "remove `prefix` from recorded source file paths")
flag.BoolVar(&Debug_vlog, "v", false, "increase debug verbosity")
objabi.Flagcount("w", "debug type checking", &Debug['w'])
flag.BoolVar(&use_writebarrier, "wb", true, "enable write barrier")
var flag_shared bool
var flag_dynlink bool
if supportsDynlink(thearch.LinkArch.Arch) {
flag.BoolVar(&flag_shared, "shared", false, "generate code that can be linked into a shared library")
flag.BoolVar(&flag_dynlink, "dynlink", false, "support references to Go symbols defined in other shared libraries")
}
flag.StringVar(&cpuprofile, "cpuprofile", "", "write cpu profile to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&memprofile, "memprofile", "", "write memory profile to `file`")
flag.Int64Var(&memprofilerate, "memprofilerate", 0, "set runtime.MemProfileRate to `rate`")
var goversion string
flag.StringVar(&goversion, "goversion", "", "required version of the runtime")
var symabisPath string
flag.StringVar(&symabisPath, "symabis", "", "read symbol ABIs from `file`")
flag.BoolVar(&allABIs, "allabis", false, "generate ABI wrappers for all symbols (for bootstrap)")
flag.StringVar(&traceprofile, "traceprofile", "", "write an execution trace to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&blockprofile, "blockprofile", "", "write block profile to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&mutexprofile, "mutexprofile", "", "write mutex profile to `file`")
flag.StringVar(&benchfile, "bench", "", "append benchmark times to `file`")
flag.BoolVar(&newescape, "newescape", true, "enable new escape analysis")
objabi.Flagparse(usage)
// Record flags that affect the build result. (And don't
// record flags that don't, since that would cause spurious
// changes in the binary.)
recordFlags("B", "N", "l", "msan", "race", "shared", "dynlink", "dwarflocationlists", "newescape")
Ctxt.Flag_shared = flag_dynlink || flag_shared
Ctxt.Flag_dynlink = flag_dynlink
Ctxt.Flag_optimize = Debug['N'] == 0
Ctxt.Debugasm = Debug['S']
Ctxt.Debugvlog = Debug_vlog
if flagDWARF {
Ctxt.DebugInfo = debuginfo
Ctxt.GenAbstractFunc = genAbstractFunc
Ctxt.DwFixups = obj.NewDwarfFixupTable(Ctxt)
} else {
// turn off inline generation if no dwarf at all
genDwarfInline = 0
Ctxt.Flag_locationlists = false
}
if flag.NArg() < 1 && debugstr != "help" && debugstr != "ssa/help" {
usage()
}
if goversion != "" && goversion != runtime.Version() {
fmt.Printf("compile: version %q does not match go tool version %q\n", runtime.Version(), goversion)
Exit(2)
}
checkLang()
if symabisPath != "" {
readSymABIs(symabisPath, myimportpath)
}
thearch.LinkArch.Init(Ctxt)
if outfile == "" {
p := flag.Arg(0)
if i := strings.LastIndex(p, "/"); i >= 0 {
p = p[i+1:]
}
if runtime.GOOS == "windows" {
if i := strings.LastIndex(p, `\`); i >= 0 {
p = p[i+1:]
}
}
if i := strings.LastIndex(p, "."); i >= 0 {
p = p[:i]
}
suffix := ".o"
if writearchive {
suffix = ".a"
}
outfile = p + suffix
}
startProfile()
if flag_race && flag_msan {
log.Fatal("cannot use both -race and -msan")
}
if ispkgin(omit_pkgs) {
flag_race = false
flag_msan = false
}
if flag_race {
racepkg = types.NewPkg("runtime/race", "")
}
if flag_msan {
msanpkg = types.NewPkg("runtime/msan", "")
}
if flag_race || flag_msan {
instrumenting = true
}
if compiling_runtime && Debug['N'] != 0 {
log.Fatal("cannot disable optimizations while compiling runtime")
}
if nBackendWorkers < 1 {
log.Fatalf("-c must be at least 1, got %d", nBackendWorkers)
}
if nBackendWorkers > 1 && !concurrentBackendAllowed() {
log.Fatalf("cannot use concurrent backend compilation with provided flags; invoked as %v", os.Args)
}
if Ctxt.Flag_locationlists && len(Ctxt.Arch.DWARFRegisters) == 0 {
log.Fatalf("location lists requested but register mapping not available on %v", Ctxt.Arch.Name)
}
// parse -d argument
if debugstr != "" {
Split:
for _, name := range strings.Split(debugstr, ",") {
if name == "" {
continue
}
// display help about the -d option itself and quit
if name == "help" {
fmt.Print(debugHelpHeader)
maxLen := len("ssa/help")
for _, t := range debugtab {
if len(t.name) > maxLen {
maxLen = len(t.name)
}
}
for _, t := range debugtab {
fmt.Printf("\t%-*s\t%s\n", maxLen, t.name, t.help)
}
// ssa options have their own help
fmt.Printf("\t%-*s\t%s\n", maxLen, "ssa/help", "print help about SSA debugging")
fmt.Print(debugHelpFooter)
os.Exit(0)
}
val, valstring, haveInt := 1, "", true
if i := strings.IndexAny(name, "=:"); i >= 0 {
var err error
name, valstring = name[:i], name[i+1:]
val, err = strconv.Atoi(valstring)
if err != nil {
val, haveInt = 1, false
}
}
for _, t := range debugtab {
if t.name != name {
continue
}
switch vp := t.val.(type) {
case nil:
// Ignore
case *string:
*vp = valstring
case *int:
if !haveInt {
log.Fatalf("invalid debug value %v", name)
}
*vp = val
default:
panic("bad debugtab type")
}
continue Split
}
// special case for ssa for now
if strings.HasPrefix(name, "ssa/") {
// expect form ssa/phase/flag
// e.g. -d=ssa/generic_cse/time
// _ in phase name also matches space
phase := name[4:]
flag := "debug" // default flag is debug
if i := strings.Index(phase, "/"); i >= 0 {
flag = phase[i+1:]
phase = phase[:i]
}
err := ssa.PhaseOption(phase, flag, val, valstring)
if err != "" {
log.Fatalf(err)
}
continue Split
}
log.Fatalf("unknown debug key -d %s\n", name)
}
}
// set via a -d flag
Ctxt.Debugpcln = Debug_pctab
if flagDWARF {
dwarf.EnableLogging(Debug_gendwarfinl != 0)
}
if Debug_softfloat != 0 {
thearch.SoftFloat = true
}
// enable inlining. for now:
// default: inlining on. (debug['l'] == 1)
// -l: inlining off (debug['l'] == 0)
// -l=2, -l=3: inlining on again, with extra debugging (debug['l'] > 1)
if Debug['l'] <= 1 {
Debug['l'] = 1 - Debug['l']
}
ssaDump = os.Getenv("GOSSAFUNC")
if ssaDump != "" {
if strings.HasSuffix(ssaDump, "+") {
ssaDump = ssaDump[:len(ssaDump)-1]
ssaDumpStdout = true
}
spl := strings.Split(ssaDump, ":")
if len(spl) > 1 {
ssaDump = spl[0]
ssaDumpCFG = spl[1]
}
}
trackScopes = flagDWARF
Widthptr = thearch.LinkArch.PtrSize
Widthreg = thearch.LinkArch.RegSize
// initialize types package
// (we need to do this to break dependencies that otherwise
// would lead to import cycles)
types.Widthptr = Widthptr
types.Dowidth = dowidth
types.Fatalf = Fatalf
types.Sconv = func(s *types.Sym, flag, mode int) string {
return sconv(s, FmtFlag(flag), fmtMode(mode))
}
types.Tconv = func(t *types.Type, flag, mode, depth int) string {
return tconv(t, FmtFlag(flag), fmtMode(mode), depth)
}
types.FormatSym = func(sym *types.Sym, s fmt.State, verb rune, mode int) {
symFormat(sym, s, verb, fmtMode(mode))
}
types.FormatType = func(t *types.Type, s fmt.State, verb rune, mode int) {
typeFormat(t, s, verb, fmtMode(mode))
}
types.TypeLinkSym = func(t *types.Type) *obj.LSym {
return typenamesym(t).Linksym()
}
types.FmtLeft = int(FmtLeft)
types.FmtUnsigned = int(FmtUnsigned)
types.FErr = FErr
types.Ctxt = Ctxt
initUniverse()
dclcontext = PEXTERN
nerrors = 0
autogeneratedPos = makePos(src.NewFileBase("<autogenerated>", "<autogenerated>"), 1, 0)
timings.Start("fe", "loadsys")
loadsys()
timings.Start("fe", "parse")
lines := parseFiles(flag.Args())
timings.Stop()
timings.AddEvent(int64(lines), "lines")
finishUniverse()
recordPackageName()
typecheckok = true
// Process top-level declarations in phases.
// Phase 1: const, type, and names and types of funcs.
// This will gather all the information about types
// and methods but doesn't depend on any of it.
//
// We also defer type alias declarations until phase 2
// to avoid cycles like #18640.
// TODO(gri) Remove this again once we have a fix for #25838.
defercheckwidth()
// Don't use range--typecheck can add closures to xtop.
timings.Start("fe", "typecheck", "top1")
for i := 0; i < len(xtop); i++ {
n := xtop[i]
if op := n.Op; op != ODCL && op != OAS && op != OAS2 && (op != ODCLTYPE || !n.Left.Name.Param.Alias) {
xtop[i] = typecheck(n, ctxStmt)
}
}
// Phase 2: Variable assignments.
// To check interface assignments, depends on phase 1.
// Don't use range--typecheck can add closures to xtop.
timings.Start("fe", "typecheck", "top2")
for i := 0; i < len(xtop); i++ {
n := xtop[i]
if op := n.Op; op == ODCL || op == OAS || op == OAS2 || op == ODCLTYPE && n.Left.Name.Param.Alias {
xtop[i] = typecheck(n, ctxStmt)
}
}
resumecheckwidth()
// Phase 3: Type check function bodies.
// Don't use range--typecheck can add closures to xtop.
timings.Start("fe", "typecheck", "func")
var fcount int64
for i := 0; i < len(xtop); i++ {
n := xtop[i]
if op := n.Op; op == ODCLFUNC || op == OCLOSURE {
Curfn = n
decldepth = 1
saveerrors()
typecheckslice(Curfn.Nbody.Slice(), ctxStmt)
checkreturn(Curfn)
if nerrors != 0 {
Curfn.Nbody.Set(nil) // type errors; do not compile
}
// Now that we've checked whether n terminates,
// we can eliminate some obviously dead code.
deadcode(Curfn)
fcount++
}
}
// With all types ckecked, it's now safe to verify map keys. One single
// check past phase 9 isn't sufficient, as we may exit with other errors
// before then, thus skipping map key errors.
checkMapKeys()
timings.AddEvent(fcount, "funcs")
if nsavederrors+nerrors != 0 {
errorexit()
}
// Phase 4: Decide how to capture closed variables.
// This needs to run before escape analysis,
// because variables captured by value do not escape.
timings.Start("fe", "capturevars")
for _, n := range xtop {
if n.Op == ODCLFUNC && n.Func.Closure != nil {
Curfn = n
capturevars(n)
}
}
capturevarscomplete = true
Curfn = nil
if nsavederrors+nerrors != 0 {
errorexit()
}
// Phase 5: Inlining
timings.Start("fe", "inlining")
if Debug_typecheckinl != 0 {
// Typecheck imported function bodies if debug['l'] > 1,
// otherwise lazily when used or re-exported.
for _, n := range importlist {
if n.Func.Inl != nil {
saveerrors()
typecheckinl(n)
}
}
if nsavederrors+nerrors != 0 {
errorexit()
}
}
if Debug['l'] != 0 {
// Find functions that can be inlined and clone them before walk expands them.
visitBottomUp(xtop, func(list []*Node, recursive bool) {
for _, n := range list {
if !recursive {
caninl(n)
} else {
if Debug['m'] > 1 {
fmt.Printf("%v: cannot inline %v: recursive\n", n.Line(), n.Func.Nname)
}
}
inlcalls(n)
}
})
}
// Phase 6: Escape analysis.
// Required for moving heap allocations onto stack,
// which in turn is required by the closure implementation,
// which stores the addresses of stack variables into the closure.
// If the closure does not escape, it needs to be on the stack
// or else the stack copier will not update it.
// Large values are also moved off stack in escape analysis;
// because large values may contain pointers, it must happen early.
timings.Start("fe", "escapes")
escapes(xtop)
// Collect information for go:nowritebarrierrec
// checking. This must happen before transformclosure.
// We'll do the final check after write barriers are
// inserted.
if compiling_runtime {
nowritebarrierrecCheck = newNowritebarrierrecChecker()
}
// Phase 7: Transform closure bodies to properly reference captured variables.
// This needs to happen before walk, because closures must be transformed
// before walk reaches a call of a closure.
timings.Start("fe", "xclosures")
for _, n := range xtop {
if n.Op == ODCLFUNC && n.Func.Closure != nil {
Curfn = n
transformclosure(n)
}
}
// Prepare for SSA compilation.
// This must be before peekitabs, because peekitabs
// can trigger function compilation.
initssaconfig()
// Just before compilation, compile itabs found on
// the right side of OCONVIFACE so that methods
// can be de-virtualized during compilation.
Curfn = nil
peekitabs()
// Phase 8: Compile top level functions.
// Don't use range--walk can add functions to xtop.
timings.Start("be", "compilefuncs")
fcount = 0
for i := 0; i < len(xtop); i++ {
n := xtop[i]
if n.Op == ODCLFUNC {
funccompile(n)
fcount++
}
}
timings.AddEvent(fcount, "funcs")
if nsavederrors+nerrors == 0 {
fninit(xtop)
}
compileFunctions()
if nowritebarrierrecCheck != nil {
// Write barriers are now known. Check the
// call graph.
nowritebarrierrecCheck.check()
nowritebarrierrecCheck = nil
}
// Finalize DWARF inline routine DIEs, then explicitly turn off
// DWARF inlining gen so as to avoid problems with generated
// method wrappers.
if Ctxt.DwFixups != nil {
Ctxt.DwFixups.Finalize(myimportpath, Debug_gendwarfinl != 0)
Ctxt.DwFixups = nil
genDwarfInline = 0
}
// Phase 9: Check external declarations.
timings.Start("be", "externaldcls")
for i, n := range externdcl {
if n.Op == ONAME {
externdcl[i] = typecheck(externdcl[i], ctxExpr)
}
}
// Check the map keys again, since we typechecked the external
// declarations.
checkMapKeys()
if nerrors+nsavederrors != 0 {
errorexit()
}
// Write object data to disk.
timings.Start("be", "dumpobj")
dumpobj()
if asmhdr != "" {
dumpasmhdr()
}
// Check whether any of the functions we have compiled have gigantic stack frames.
obj.SortSlice(largeStackFrames, func(i, j int) bool {
return largeStackFrames[i].pos.Before(largeStackFrames[j].pos)
})
for _, large := range largeStackFrames {
if large.callee != 0 {
yyerrorl(large.pos, "stack frame too large (>1GB): %d MB locals + %d MB args + %d MB callee", large.locals>>20, large.args>>20, large.callee>>20)
} else {
yyerrorl(large.pos, "stack frame too large (>1GB): %d MB locals + %d MB args", large.locals>>20, large.args>>20)
}
}
if len(compilequeue) != 0 {
Fatalf("%d uncompiled functions", len(compilequeue))
}
if nerrors+nsavederrors != 0 {
errorexit()
}
flusherrors()
timings.Stop()
if benchfile != "" {
if err := writebench(benchfile); err != nil {
log.Fatalf("cannot write benchmark data: %v", err)
}
}
}
func writebench(filename string) error {
f, err := os.OpenFile(filename, os.O_WRONLY|os.O_CREATE|os.O_APPEND, 0666)
if err != nil {
return err
}
var buf bytes.Buffer
fmt.Fprintln(&buf, "commit:", objabi.Version)
fmt.Fprintln(&buf, "goos:", runtime.GOOS)
fmt.Fprintln(&buf, "goarch:", runtime.GOARCH)
timings.Write(&buf, "BenchmarkCompile:"+myimportpath+":")
n, err := f.Write(buf.Bytes())
if err != nil {
return err
}
if n != buf.Len() {
panic("bad writer")
}
return f.Close()
}
var (
importMap = map[string]string{}
packageFile map[string]string // nil means not in use
)
func addImportMap(s string) {
if strings.Count(s, "=") != 1 {
log.Fatal("-importmap argument must be of the form source=actual")
}
i := strings.Index(s, "=")
source, actual := s[:i], s[i+1:]
if source == "" || actual == "" {
log.Fatal("-importmap argument must be of the form source=actual; source and actual must be non-empty")
}
importMap[source] = actual
}
func readImportCfg(file string) {
packageFile = map[string]string{}
data, err := ioutil.ReadFile(file)
if err != nil {
log.Fatalf("-importcfg: %v", err)
}
for lineNum, line := range strings.Split(string(data), "\n") {
lineNum++ // 1-based
line = strings.TrimSpace(line)
if line == "" || strings.HasPrefix(line, "#") {
continue
}
var verb, args string
if i := strings.Index(line, " "); i < 0 {
verb = line
} else {
verb, args = line[:i], strings.TrimSpace(line[i+1:])
}
var before, after string
if i := strings.Index(args, "="); i >= 0 {
before, after = args[:i], args[i+1:]
}
switch verb {
default:
log.Fatalf("%s:%d: unknown directive %q", file, lineNum, verb)
case "importmap":
if before == "" || after == "" {
log.Fatalf(`%s:%d: invalid importmap: syntax is "importmap old=new"`, file, lineNum)
}
importMap[before] = after
case "packagefile":
if before == "" || after == "" {
log.Fatalf(`%s:%d: invalid packagefile: syntax is "packagefile path=filename"`, file, lineNum)
}
packageFile[before] = after
}
}
}
// symabiDefs and symabiRefs record the defined and referenced ABIs of
// symbols required by non-Go code. These are keyed by link symbol
// name, where the local package prefix is always `"".`
var symabiDefs, symabiRefs map[string]obj.ABI
// allABIs indicates that all symbol definitions should have ABI
// wrappers. This is used during toolchain bootstrapping to avoid
// having to find cross-package references.
var allABIs bool
// readSymABIs reads a symabis file that specifies definitions and
// references of text symbols by ABI.
//
// The symabis format is a set of lines, where each line is a sequence
// of whitespace-separated fields. The first field is a verb and is
// either "def" for defining a symbol ABI or "ref" for referencing a
// symbol using an ABI. For both "def" and "ref", the second field is
// the symbol name and the third field is the ABI name, as one of the
// named cmd/internal/obj.ABI constants.
func readSymABIs(file, myimportpath string) {
data, err := ioutil.ReadFile(file)
if err != nil {
log.Fatalf("-symabis: %v", err)
}
symabiDefs = make(map[string]obj.ABI)
symabiRefs = make(map[string]obj.ABI)
localPrefix := ""
if myimportpath != "" {
// Symbols in this package may be written either as
// "".X or with the package's import path already in
// the symbol.
localPrefix = objabi.PathToPrefix(myimportpath) + "."
}
for lineNum, line := range strings.Split(string(data), "\n") {
lineNum++ // 1-based
line = strings.TrimSpace(line)
if line == "" || strings.HasPrefix(line, "#") {
continue
}
parts := strings.Fields(line)
switch parts[0] {
case "def", "ref":
// Parse line.
if len(parts) != 3 {
log.Fatalf(`%s:%d: invalid symabi: syntax is "%s sym abi"`, file, lineNum, parts[0])
}
sym, abi := parts[1], parts[2]
if abi != "ABI0" { // Only supported external ABI right now
log.Fatalf(`%s:%d: invalid symabi: unknown abi "%s"`, file, lineNum, abi)
}
// If the symbol is already prefixed with
// myimportpath, rewrite it to start with ""
// so it matches the compiler's internal
// symbol names.
if localPrefix != "" && strings.HasPrefix(sym, localPrefix) {
sym = `"".` + sym[len(localPrefix):]
}
// Record for later.
if parts[0] == "def" {
symabiDefs[sym] = obj.ABI0
} else {
symabiRefs[sym] = obj.ABI0
}
default:
log.Fatalf(`%s:%d: invalid symabi type "%s"`, file, lineNum, parts[0])
}
}
}
func saveerrors() {
nsavederrors += nerrors
nerrors = 0
}
func arsize(b *bufio.Reader, name string) int {
var buf [ArhdrSize]byte
if _, err := io.ReadFull(b, buf[:]); err != nil {
return -1
}
aname := strings.Trim(string(buf[0:16]), " ")
if !strings.HasPrefix(aname, name) {
return -1
}
asize := strings.Trim(string(buf[48:58]), " ")
i, _ := strconv.Atoi(asize)
return i
}
var idirs []string
func addidir(dir string) {
if dir != "" {
idirs = append(idirs, dir)
}
}
func isDriveLetter(b byte) bool {
return 'a' <= b && b <= 'z' || 'A' <= b && b <= 'Z'
}
// is this path a local name? begins with ./ or ../ or /
func islocalname(name string) bool {
return strings.HasPrefix(name, "/") ||
runtime.GOOS == "windows" && len(name) >= 3 && isDriveLetter(name[0]) && name[1] == ':' && name[2] == '/' ||
strings.HasPrefix(name, "./") || name == "." ||
strings.HasPrefix(name, "../") || name == ".."
}
func findpkg(name string) (file string, ok bool) {
if islocalname(name) {
if nolocalimports {
return "", false
}
if packageFile != nil {
file, ok = packageFile[name]
return file, ok
}
// try .a before .6. important for building libraries:
// if there is an array.6 in the array.a library,
// want to find all of array.a, not just array.6.
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s.a", name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s.o", name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
return "", false
}
// local imports should be canonicalized already.
// don't want to see "encoding/../encoding/base64"
// as different from "encoding/base64".
if q := path.Clean(name); q != name {
yyerror("non-canonical import path %q (should be %q)", name, q)
return "", false
}
if packageFile != nil {
file, ok = packageFile[name]
return file, ok
}
for _, dir := range idirs {
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s/%s.a", dir, name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s/%s.o", dir, name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
}
if objabi.GOROOT != "" {
suffix := ""
suffixsep := ""
if flag_installsuffix != "" {
suffixsep = "_"
suffix = flag_installsuffix
} else if flag_race {
suffixsep = "_"
suffix = "race"
} else if flag_msan {
suffixsep = "_"
suffix = "msan"
}
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s/pkg/%s_%s%s%s/%s.a", objabi.GOROOT, objabi.GOOS, objabi.GOARCH, suffixsep, suffix, name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
file = fmt.Sprintf("%s/pkg/%s_%s%s%s/%s.o", objabi.GOROOT, objabi.GOOS, objabi.GOARCH, suffixsep, suffix, name)
if _, err := os.Stat(file); err == nil {
return file, true
}
}
return "", false
}
// loadsys loads the definitions for the low-level runtime functions,
// so that the compiler can generate calls to them,
// but does not make them visible to user code.
func loadsys() {
types.Block = 1
inimport = true
typecheckok = true
defercheckwidth()
typs := runtimeTypes()
for _, d := range runtimeDecls {
sym := Runtimepkg.Lookup(d.name)
typ := typs[d.typ]
switch d.tag {
case funcTag:
importfunc(Runtimepkg, src.NoXPos, sym, typ)
case varTag:
importvar(Runtimepkg, src.NoXPos, sym, typ)
default:
Fatalf("unhandled declaration tag %v", d.tag)
}
}
typecheckok = false
resumecheckwidth()
inimport = false
}
// myheight tracks the local package's height based on packages
// imported so far.
var myheight int
func importfile(f *Val) *types.Pkg {
path_, ok := f.U.(string)
if !ok {
yyerror("import path must be a string")
return nil
}
if len(path_) == 0 {
yyerror("import path is empty")
return nil
}
if isbadimport(path_, false) {
return nil
}
// The package name main is no longer reserved,
// but we reserve the import path "main" to identify
// the main package, just as we reserve the import
// path "math" to identify the standard math package.
if path_ == "main" {
yyerror("cannot import \"main\"")
errorexit()
}
if myimportpath != "" && path_ == myimportpath {
yyerror("import %q while compiling that package (import cycle)", path_)
errorexit()
}
if mapped, ok := importMap[path_]; ok {
path_ = mapped
}
if path_ == "unsafe" {
imported_unsafe = true
return unsafepkg
}
if islocalname(path_) {
if path_[0] == '/' {
yyerror("import path cannot be absolute path")
return nil
}
prefix := Ctxt.Pathname
if localimport != "" {
prefix = localimport
}
path_ = path.Join(prefix, path_)
if isbadimport(path_, true) {
return nil
}
}
file, found := findpkg(path_)
if !found {
yyerror("can't find import: %q", path_)
errorexit()
}
importpkg := types.NewPkg(path_, "")
if importpkg.Imported {
return importpkg
}
importpkg.Imported = true
imp, err := bio.Open(file)
if err != nil {
yyerror("can't open import: %q: %v", path_, err)
errorexit()
}
defer imp.Close()
// check object header
p, err := imp.ReadString('\n')
if err != nil {
yyerror("import %s: reading input: %v", file, err)
errorexit()
}
if p == "!<arch>\n" { // package archive
// package export block should be first
sz := arsize(imp.Reader, "__.PKGDEF")
if sz <= 0 {
yyerror("import %s: not a package file", file)
errorexit()
}
p, err = imp.ReadString('\n')
if err != nil {
yyerror("import %s: reading input: %v", file, err)
errorexit()
}
}
if !strings.HasPrefix(p, "go object ") {
yyerror("import %s: not a go object file: %s", file, p)
errorexit()
}
q := fmt.Sprintf("%s %s %s %s\n", objabi.GOOS, objabi.GOARCH, objabi.Version, objabi.Expstring())
if p[10:] != q {
yyerror("import %s: object is [%s] expected [%s]", file, p[10:], q)
errorexit()
}
// process header lines
for {
p, err = imp.ReadString('\n')
if err != nil {
yyerror("import %s: reading input: %v", file, err)
errorexit()
}
if p == "\n" {
break // header ends with blank line
}
}
// assume files move (get installed) so don't record the full path
if packageFile != nil {
// If using a packageFile map, assume path_ can be recorded directly.
Ctxt.AddImport(path_)
} else {
// For file "/Users/foo/go/pkg/darwin_amd64/math.a" record "math.a".
Ctxt.AddImport(file[len(file)-len(path_)-len(".a"):])
}
// In the importfile, if we find:
// $$\n (textual format): not supported anymore
// $$B\n (binary format) : import directly, then feed the lexer a dummy statement
// look for $$
var c byte
for {
c, err = imp.ReadByte()
if err != nil {
break
}
if c == '$' {
c, err = imp.ReadByte()
if c == '$' || err != nil {
break
}
}
}
// get character after $$
if err == nil {
c, _ = imp.ReadByte()
}
switch c {
case '\n':
yyerror("cannot import %s: old export format no longer supported (recompile library)", path_)
return nil
case 'B':
if Debug_export != 0 {
fmt.Printf("importing %s (%s)\n", path_, file)
}
imp.ReadByte() // skip \n after $$B
c, err = imp.ReadByte()
if err != nil {
yyerror("import %s: reading input: %v", file, err)
errorexit()
}
// Indexed format is distinguished by an 'i' byte,
// whereas previous export formats started with 'c', 'd', or 'v'.
if c != 'i' {
yyerror("import %s: unexpected package format byte: %v", file, c)
errorexit()
}
iimport(importpkg, imp)
default:
yyerror("no import in %q", path_)
errorexit()
}
if importpkg.Height >= myheight {
myheight = importpkg.Height + 1
}
return importpkg
}
func pkgnotused(lineno src.XPos, path string, name string) {
// If the package was imported with a name other than the final
// import path element, show it explicitly in the error message.
// Note that this handles both renamed imports and imports of
// packages containing unconventional package declarations.
// Note that this uses / always, even on Windows, because Go import
// paths always use forward slashes.
elem := path
if i := strings.LastIndex(elem, "/"); i >= 0 {
elem = elem[i+1:]
}
if name == "" || elem == name {
yyerrorl(lineno, "imported and not used: %q", path)
} else {
yyerrorl(lineno, "imported and not used: %q as %s", path, name)
}
}
func mkpackage(pkgname string) {
if localpkg.Name == "" {
if pkgname == "_" {
yyerror("invalid package name _")
}
localpkg.Name = pkgname
} else {
if pkgname != localpkg.Name {
yyerror("package %s; expected %s", pkgname, localpkg.Name)
}
}
}
func clearImports() {
type importedPkg struct {
pos src.XPos
path string
name string
}
var unused []importedPkg
for _, s := range localpkg.Syms {
n := asNode(s.Def)
if n == nil {
continue
}
if n.Op == OPACK {
// throw away top-level package name left over
// from previous file.
// leave s->block set to cause redeclaration
// errors if a conflicting top-level name is
// introduced by a different file.
if !n.Name.Used() && nsyntaxerrors == 0 {
unused = append(unused, importedPkg{n.Pos, n.Name.Pkg.Path, s.Name})
}
s.Def = nil
continue
}
if IsAlias(s) {
// throw away top-level name left over
// from previous import . "x"
if n.Name != nil && n.Name.Pack != nil && !n.Name.Pack.Name.Used() && nsyntaxerrors == 0 {
unused = append(unused, importedPkg{n.Name.Pack.Pos, n.Name.Pack.Name.Pkg.Path, ""})
n.Name.Pack.Name.SetUsed(true)
}
s.Def = nil
continue
}
}
obj.SortSlice(unused, func(i, j int) bool { return unused[i].pos.Before(unused[j].pos) })
for _, pkg := range unused {
pkgnotused(pkg.pos, pkg.path, pkg.name)
}
}
func IsAlias(sym *types.Sym) bool {
return sym.Def != nil && asNode(sym.Def).Sym != sym
}
// By default, assume any debug flags are incompatible with concurrent compilation.
// A few are safe and potentially in common use for normal compiles, though; mark them as such here.
var concurrentFlagOK = [256]bool{
'B': true, // disabled bounds checking
'C': true, // disable printing of columns in error messages
'e': true, // no limit on errors; errors all come from non-concurrent code
'I': true, // add `directory` to import search path
'N': true, // disable optimizations
'l': true, // disable inlining
'w': true, // all printing happens before compilation
'W': true, // all printing happens before compilation
'S': true, // printing disassembly happens at the end (but see concurrentBackendAllowed below)
}
func concurrentBackendAllowed() bool {
for i, x := range Debug {
if x != 0 && !concurrentFlagOK[i] {
return false
}
}
// Debug['S'] by itself is ok, because all printing occurs
// while writing the object file, and that is non-concurrent.
// Adding Debug_vlog, however, causes Debug['S'] to also print
// while flushing the plist, which happens concurrently.
if Debug_vlog || debugstr != "" || debuglive > 0 {
return false
}
// TODO: Test and delete this condition.
if objabi.Fieldtrack_enabled != 0 {
return false
}
// TODO: fix races and enable the following flags
if Ctxt.Flag_shared || Ctxt.Flag_dynlink || flag_race {
return false
}
return true
}
// recordFlags records the specified command-line flags to be placed
// in the DWARF info.
func recordFlags(flags ...string) {
if myimportpath == "" {
// We can't record the flags if we don't know what the
// package name is.
return
}
type BoolFlag interface {
IsBoolFlag() bool
}
type CountFlag interface {
IsCountFlag() bool
}
var cmd bytes.Buffer
for _, name := range flags {
f := flag.Lookup(name)
if f == nil {
continue
}
getter := f.Value.(flag.Getter)
if getter.String() == f.DefValue {
// Flag has default value, so omit it.
continue
}
if bf, ok := f.Value.(BoolFlag); ok && bf.IsBoolFlag() {
val, ok := getter.Get().(bool)
if ok && val {
fmt.Fprintf(&cmd, " -%s", f.Name)
continue
}
}
if cf, ok := f.Value.(CountFlag); ok && cf.IsCountFlag() {
val, ok := getter.Get().(int)
if ok && val == 1 {
fmt.Fprintf(&cmd, " -%s", f.Name)
continue
}
}
fmt.Fprintf(&cmd, " -%s=%v", f.Name, getter.Get())
}
if cmd.Len() == 0 {
return
}
s := Ctxt.Lookup(dwarf.CUInfoPrefix + "producer." + myimportpath)
s.Type = objabi.SDWARFINFO
// Sometimes (for example when building tests) we can link
// together two package main archives. So allow dups.
s.Set(obj.AttrDuplicateOK, true)
Ctxt.Data = append(Ctxt.Data, s)
s.P = cmd.Bytes()[1:]
}
// recordPackageName records the name of the package being
// compiled, so that the linker can save it in the compile unit's DIE.
func recordPackageName() {
s := Ctxt.Lookup(dwarf.CUInfoPrefix + "packagename." + myimportpath)
s.Type = objabi.SDWARFINFO
// Sometimes (for example when building tests) we can link
// together two package main archives. So allow dups.
s.Set(obj.AttrDuplicateOK, true)
Ctxt.Data = append(Ctxt.Data, s)
s.P = []byte(localpkg.Name)
}
// flag_lang is the language version we are compiling for, set by the -lang flag.
var flag_lang string
// currentLang returns the current language version.
func currentLang() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("go1.%d", goversion.Version)
}
// goVersionRE is a regular expression that matches the valid
// arguments to the -lang flag.
var goVersionRE = regexp.MustCompile(`^go([1-9][0-9]*)\.(0|[1-9][0-9]*)$`)
// A lang is a language version broken into major and minor numbers.
type lang struct {
major, minor int
}
// langWant is the desired language version set by the -lang flag.
// If the -lang flag is not set, this is the zero value, meaning that
// any language version is supported.
var langWant lang
// langSupported reports whether language version major.minor is supported.
func langSupported(major, minor int) bool {
if langWant.major == 0 && langWant.minor == 0 {
return true
}
return langWant.major > major || (langWant.major == major && langWant.minor >= minor)
}
// checkLang verifies that the -lang flag holds a valid value, and
// exits if not. It initializes data used by langSupported.
func checkLang() {
if flag_lang == "" {
return
}
var err error
langWant, err = parseLang(flag_lang)
if err != nil {
log.Fatalf("invalid value %q for -lang: %v", flag_lang, err)
}
if def := currentLang(); flag_lang != def {
defVers, err := parseLang(def)
if err != nil {
log.Fatalf("internal error parsing default lang %q: %v", def, err)
}
if langWant.major > defVers.major || (langWant.major == defVers.major && langWant.minor > defVers.minor) {
log.Fatalf("invalid value %q for -lang: max known version is %q", flag_lang, def)
}
}
}
// parseLang parses a -lang option into a langVer.
func parseLang(s string) (lang, error) {
matches := goVersionRE.FindStringSubmatch(s)
if matches == nil {
return lang{}, fmt.Errorf(`should be something like "go1.12"`)
}
major, err := strconv.Atoi(matches[1])
if err != nil {
return lang{}, err
}
minor, err := strconv.Atoi(matches[2])
if err != nil {
return lang{}, err
}
return lang{major: major, minor: minor}, nil
}
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