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/*
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*/
/** @file decl.cpp
@brief Implementations of classes related to turning declarations into
symbol names and types.
*/
#include "decl.h"
#include "util.h"
#include "module.h"
#include "sym.h"
#include "type.h"
#include "stmt.h"
#include "expr.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <set>
static void
lPrintTypeQualifiers(int typeQualifiers) {
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_INLINE) printf("inline ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_CONST) printf("const ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNIFORM) printf("uniform ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_VARYING) printf("varying ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_TASK) printf("task ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_SIGNED) printf("signed ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNSIGNED) printf("unsigned ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_EXPORT) printf("export ");
if (typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNMASKED) printf("unmasked ");
}
/** Given a Type and a set of type qualifiers, apply the type qualifiers to
the type, returning the type that is the result.
*/
static const Type *
lApplyTypeQualifiers(int typeQualifiers, const Type *type, SourcePos pos) {
if (type == NULL)
return NULL;
if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_CONST) != 0)
type = type->GetAsConstType();
if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNIFORM) != 0) {
if (Type::Equal(type, AtomicType::Void))
Error(pos, "\"uniform\" qualifier is illegal with \"void\" type.");
else
type = type->GetAsUniformType();
}
else if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_VARYING) != 0) {
if (Type::Equal(type, AtomicType::Void))
Error(pos, "\"varying\" qualifier is illegal with \"void\" type.");
else
type = type->GetAsVaryingType();
}
else
if (Type::Equal(type, AtomicType::Void) == false)
type = type->GetAsUnboundVariabilityType();
if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNSIGNED) != 0) {
if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_SIGNED) != 0)
Error(pos, "Illegal to apply both \"signed\" and \"unsigned\" "
"qualifiers.");
const Type *unsignedType = type->GetAsUnsignedType();
if (unsignedType != NULL)
type = unsignedType;
else {
const Type *resolvedType =
type->ResolveUnboundVariability(Variability::Varying);
Error(pos, "\"unsigned\" qualifier is illegal with \"%s\" type.",
resolvedType->GetString().c_str());
}
}
if ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_SIGNED) != 0 && type->IsIntType() == false) {
const Type *resolvedType =
type->ResolveUnboundVariability(Variability::Varying);
Error(pos, "\"signed\" qualifier is illegal with non-integer type "
"\"%s\".", resolvedType->GetString().c_str());
}
return type;
}
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// DeclSpecs
DeclSpecs::DeclSpecs(const Type *t, StorageClass sc, int tq) {
baseType = t;
storageClass = sc;
typeQualifiers = tq;
soaWidth = 0;
vectorSize = 0;
}
const Type *
DeclSpecs::GetBaseType(SourcePos pos) const {
const Type *retType = baseType;
if (retType == NULL) {
Warning(pos, "No type specified in declaration. Assuming int32.");
retType = AtomicType::UniformInt32->GetAsUnboundVariabilityType();
}
if (vectorSize > 0) {
const AtomicType *atomicType = CastType<AtomicType>(retType);
if (atomicType == NULL) {
Error(pos, "Only atomic types (int, float, ...) are legal for vector "
"types.");
return NULL;
}
retType = new VectorType(atomicType, vectorSize);
}
retType = lApplyTypeQualifiers(typeQualifiers, retType, pos);
if (soaWidth > 0) {
const StructType *st = CastType<StructType>(retType);
if (st == NULL) {
Error(pos, "Illegal to provide soa<%d> qualifier with non-struct "
"type \"%s\".", soaWidth, retType->GetString().c_str());
return NULL;
}
else if (soaWidth <= 0 || (soaWidth & (soaWidth - 1)) != 0) {
Error(pos, "soa<%d> width illegal. Value must be positive power "
"of two.", soaWidth);
return NULL;
}
if (st->IsUniformType()) {
Error(pos, "\"uniform\" qualifier and \"soa<%d>\" qualifier can't "
"both be used in a type declaration.", soaWidth);
return NULL;
}
else if (st->IsVaryingType()) {
Error(pos, "\"varying\" qualifier and \"soa<%d>\" qualifier can't "
"both be used in a type declaration.", soaWidth);
return NULL;
}
else
retType = st->GetAsSOAType(soaWidth);
if (soaWidth < g->target.vectorWidth)
PerformanceWarning(pos, "soa<%d> width smaller than gang size %d "
"currently leads to inefficient code to access "
"soa types.", soaWidth, g->target.vectorWidth);
}
return retType;
}
static const char *
lGetStorageClassName(StorageClass storageClass) {
switch (storageClass) {
case SC_NONE: return "";
case SC_EXTERN: return "extern";
case SC_EXTERN_C: return "extern \"C\"";
case SC_STATIC: return "static";
case SC_TYPEDEF: return "typedef";
default: FATAL("Unhandled storage class in lGetStorageClassName");
return "";
}
}
void
DeclSpecs::Print() const {
printf("Declspecs: [%s ", lGetStorageClassName(storageClass));
if (soaWidth > 0) printf("soa<%d> ", soaWidth);
lPrintTypeQualifiers(typeQualifiers);
printf("base type: %s", baseType->GetString().c_str());
if (vectorSize > 0) printf("<%d>", vectorSize);
printf("]");
}
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Declarator
Declarator::Declarator(DeclaratorKind dk, SourcePos p)
: pos(p), kind(dk) {
child = NULL;
typeQualifiers = 0;
storageClass = SC_NONE;
arraySize = -1;
type = NULL;
initExpr = NULL;
}
void
Declarator::InitFromDeclSpecs(DeclSpecs *ds) {
const Type *baseType = ds->GetBaseType(pos);
InitFromType(baseType, ds);
if (type == NULL) {
AssertPos(pos, m->errorCount > 0);
return;
}
storageClass = ds->storageClass;
if (ds->declSpecList.size() > 0 &&
CastType<FunctionType>(type) == NULL) {
Error(pos, "__declspec specifiers for non-function type \"%s\" are "
"not used.", type->GetString().c_str());
}
}
void
Declarator::Print(int indent) const {
printf("%*cdeclarator: [", indent, ' ');
pos.Print();
lPrintTypeQualifiers(typeQualifiers);
printf("%s ", lGetStorageClassName(storageClass));
if (name.size() > 0)
printf("%s", name.c_str());
else
printf("(unnamed)");
printf(", array size = %d", arraySize);
printf(", kind = ");
switch (kind) {
case DK_BASE: printf("base"); break;
case DK_POINTER: printf("pointer"); break;
case DK_REFERENCE: printf("reference"); break;
case DK_ARRAY: printf("array"); break;
case DK_FUNCTION: printf("function"); break;
default: FATAL("Unhandled declarator kind");
}
if (initExpr != NULL) {
printf(" = (");
initExpr->Print();
printf(")");
}
if (functionParams.size() > 0) {
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < functionParams.size(); ++i) {
printf("\n%*cfunc param %d:\n", indent, ' ', i);
functionParams[i]->Print(indent+4);
}
}
if (child != NULL)
child->Print(indent + 4);
printf("]\n");
}
void
Declarator::InitFromType(const Type *baseType, DeclSpecs *ds) {
bool hasUniformQual = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNIFORM) != 0);
bool hasVaryingQual = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_VARYING) != 0);
bool isTask = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_TASK) != 0);
bool isExported = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_EXPORT) != 0);
bool isConst = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_CONST) != 0);
bool isUnmasked = ((typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNMASKED) != 0);
if (hasUniformQual && hasVaryingQual) {
Error(pos, "Can't provide both \"uniform\" and \"varying\" qualifiers.");
return;
}
if (kind != DK_FUNCTION && isTask) {
Error(pos, "\"task\" qualifier illegal in variable declaration.");
return;
}
if (kind != DK_FUNCTION && isUnmasked) {
Error(pos, "\"unmasked\" qualifier illegal in variable declaration.");
return;
}
if (kind != DK_FUNCTION && isExported) {
Error(pos, "\"export\" qualifier illegal in variable declaration.");
return;
}
Variability variability(Variability::Unbound);
if (hasUniformQual)
variability = Variability::Uniform;
else if (hasVaryingQual)
variability = Variability::Varying;
if (kind == DK_BASE) {
// All of the type qualifiers should be in the DeclSpecs for the
// base declarator
AssertPos(pos, typeQualifiers == 0);
AssertPos(pos, child == NULL);
type = baseType;
}
else if (kind == DK_POINTER) {
/* For now, any pointer to an SOA type gets the slice property; if
we add the capability to declare pointers as slices or not,
we'll want to set this based on a type qualifier here. */
const Type *ptrType = new PointerType(baseType, variability, isConst,
baseType->IsSOAType());
if (child != NULL) {
child->InitFromType(ptrType, ds);
type = child->type;
name = child->name;
}
else
type = ptrType;
}
else if (kind == DK_REFERENCE) {
if (hasUniformQual) {
Error(pos, "\"uniform\" qualifier is illegal to apply to references.");
return;
}
if (hasVaryingQual) {
Error(pos, "\"varying\" qualifier is illegal to apply to references.");
return;
}
if (isConst) {
Error(pos, "\"const\" qualifier is to illegal apply to references.");
return;
}
// The parser should disallow this already, but double check.
if (CastType<ReferenceType>(baseType) != NULL) {
Error(pos, "References to references are illegal.");
return;
}
const Type *refType = new ReferenceType(baseType);
if (child != NULL) {
child->InitFromType(refType, ds);
type = child->type;
name = child->name;
}
else
type = refType;
}
else if (kind == DK_ARRAY) {
if (Type::Equal(baseType, AtomicType::Void)) {
Error(pos, "Arrays of \"void\" type are illegal.");
return;
}
if (CastType<ReferenceType>(baseType)) {
Error(pos, "Arrays of references (type \"%s\") are illegal.",
baseType->GetString().c_str());
return;
}
const Type *arrayType = new ArrayType(baseType, arraySize);
if (child != NULL) {
child->InitFromType(arrayType, ds);
type = child->type;
name = child->name;
}
else
type = arrayType;
}
else if (kind == DK_FUNCTION) {
llvm::SmallVector<const Type *, 8> args;
llvm::SmallVector<std::string, 8> argNames;
llvm::SmallVector<Expr *, 8> argDefaults;
llvm::SmallVector<SourcePos, 8> argPos;
// Loop over the function arguments and store the names, types,
// default values (if any), and source file positions each one in
// the corresponding vector.
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < functionParams.size(); ++i) {
Declaration *d = functionParams[i];
if (d == NULL) {
AssertPos(pos, m->errorCount > 0);
continue;
}
if (d->declarators.size() == 0) {
// function declaration like foo(float), w/o a name for the
// parameter; wire up a placeholder Declarator for it
d->declarators.push_back(new Declarator(DK_BASE, pos));
d->declarators[0]->InitFromDeclSpecs(d->declSpecs);
}
AssertPos(pos, d->declarators.size() == 1);
Declarator *decl = d->declarators[0];
if (decl == NULL || decl->type == NULL) {
AssertPos(pos, m->errorCount > 0);
continue;
}
if (decl->name == "") {
// Give a name to any anonymous parameter declarations
char buf[32];
sprintf(buf, "__anon_parameter_%d", i);
decl->name = buf;
}
decl->type = decl->type->ResolveUnboundVariability(Variability::Varying);
if (d->declSpecs->storageClass != SC_NONE)
Error(decl->pos, "Storage class \"%s\" is illegal in "
"function parameter declaration for parameter \"%s\".",
lGetStorageClassName(d->declSpecs->storageClass),
decl->name.c_str());
if (Type::Equal(decl->type, AtomicType::Void)) {
Error(decl->pos, "Parameter with type \"void\" illegal in function "
"parameter list.");
decl->type = NULL;
}
const ArrayType *at = CastType<ArrayType>(decl->type);
if (at != NULL) {
// As in C, arrays are passed to functions as pointers to
// their element type. We'll just immediately make this
// change now. (One shortcoming of losing the fact that
// the it was originally an array is that any warnings or
// errors later issued that print the function type will
// report this differently than it was originally declared
// in the function, but it's not clear that this is a
// significant problem.)
const Type *targetType = at->GetElementType();
if (targetType == NULL) {
AssertPos(pos, m->errorCount > 0);
return;
}
decl->type = PointerType::GetUniform(targetType);
// Make sure there are no unsized arrays (other than the
// first dimension) in function parameter lists.
at = CastType<ArrayType>(targetType);
while (at != NULL) {
if (at->GetElementCount() == 0)
Error(decl->pos, "Arrays with unsized dimensions in "
"dimensions after the first one are illegal in "
"function parameter lists.");
at = CastType<ArrayType>(at->GetElementType());
}
}
args.push_back(decl->type);
argNames.push_back(decl->name);
argPos.push_back(decl->pos);
Expr *init = NULL;
// Try to find an initializer expression.
while (decl != NULL) {
if (decl->initExpr != NULL) {
decl->initExpr = TypeCheck(decl->initExpr);
decl->initExpr = Optimize(decl->initExpr);
if (decl->initExpr != NULL) {
init = dynamic_cast<ConstExpr *>(decl->initExpr);
if (init == NULL)
init = dynamic_cast<NullPointerExpr *>(decl->initExpr);
if (init == NULL)
Error(decl->initExpr->pos, "Default value for parameter "
"\"%s\" must be a compile-time constant.",
decl->name.c_str());
}
break;
}
else
decl = decl->child;
}
argDefaults.push_back(init);
}
const Type *returnType = baseType;
if (returnType == NULL) {
Error(pos, "No return type provided in function declaration.");
return;
}
if (CastType<FunctionType>(returnType) != NULL) {
Error(pos, "Illegal to return function type from function.");
return;
}
returnType = returnType->ResolveUnboundVariability(Variability::Varying);
bool isExternC = ds && (ds->storageClass == SC_EXTERN_C);
bool isExported = ds && ((ds->typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_EXPORT) != 0);
bool isTask = ds && ((ds->typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_TASK) != 0);
bool isUnmasked = ds && ((ds->typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_UNMASKED) != 0);
if (isExported && isTask) {
Error(pos, "Function can't have both \"task\" and \"export\" "
"qualifiers");
return;
}
if (isExternC && isTask) {
Error(pos, "Function can't have both \"extern \"C\"\" and \"task\" "
"qualifiers");
return;
}
if (isExternC && isExported) {
Error(pos, "Function can't have both \"extern \"C\"\" and \"export\" "
"qualifiers");
return;
}
if (isUnmasked && isExported)
Warning(pos, "\"unmasked\" qualifier is redundant for exported "
"functions.");
if (child == NULL) {
AssertPos(pos, m->errorCount > 0);
return;
}
const FunctionType *functionType =
new FunctionType(returnType, args, argNames, argDefaults,
argPos, isTask, isExported, isExternC, isUnmasked);
// handle any explicit __declspecs on the function
if (ds != NULL) {
for (int i = 0; i < (int)ds->declSpecList.size(); ++i) {
std::string str = ds->declSpecList[i].first;
SourcePos pos = ds->declSpecList[i].second;
if (str == "safe")
(const_cast<FunctionType *>(functionType))->isSafe = true;
else if (!strncmp(str.c_str(), "cost", 4)) {
int cost = atoi(str.c_str() + 4);
if (cost < 0)
Error(pos, "Negative function cost %d is illegal.",
cost);
(const_cast<FunctionType *>(functionType))->costOverride = cost;
}
else
Error(pos, "__declspec parameter \"%s\" unknown.", str.c_str());
}
}
child->InitFromType(functionType, ds);
type = child->type;
name = child->name;
}
}
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Declaration
Declaration::Declaration(DeclSpecs *ds, std::vector<Declarator *> *dlist) {
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::Declaration(DeclSpecs *ds, Declarator *d) {
declSpecs = ds;
if (d != NULL) {
d->InitFromDeclSpecs(ds);
declarators.push_back(d);
}
}
std::vector<VariableDeclaration>
Declaration::GetVariableDeclarations() const {
Assert(declSpecs->storageClass != SC_TYPEDEF);
std::vector<VariableDeclaration> vars;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < declarators.size(); ++i) {
Declarator *decl = declarators[i];
if (decl == NULL || decl->type == NULL) {
// Ignore earlier errors
Assert(m->errorCount > 0);
continue;
}
if (Type::Equal(decl->type, AtomicType::Void))
Error(decl->pos, "\"void\" type variable illegal in declaration.");
else if (CastType<FunctionType>(decl->type) == NULL) {
decl->type = decl->type->ResolveUnboundVariability(Variability::Varying);
Symbol *sym = new Symbol(decl->name, decl->pos, decl->type,
decl->storageClass);
m->symbolTable->AddVariable(sym);
vars.push_back(VariableDeclaration(sym, decl->initExpr));
}
}
return vars;
}
void
Declaration::DeclareFunctions() {
Assert(declSpecs->storageClass != SC_TYPEDEF);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < declarators.size(); ++i) {
Declarator *decl = declarators[i];
if (decl == NULL || decl->type == NULL) {
// Ignore earlier errors
Assert(m->errorCount > 0);
continue;
}
const FunctionType *ftype = CastType<FunctionType>(decl->type);
if (ftype == NULL)
continue;
bool isInline = (declSpecs->typeQualifiers & TYPEQUAL_INLINE);
m->AddFunctionDeclaration(decl->name, ftype, decl->storageClass,
isInline, decl->pos);
}
}
void
Declaration::Print(int indent) const {
printf("%*cDeclaration: specs [", indent, ' ');
declSpecs->Print();
printf("], declarators:\n");
for (unsigned int i = 0 ; i < declarators.size(); ++i)
declarators[i]->Print(indent+4);
}
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
void
GetStructTypesNamesPositions(const std::vector<StructDeclaration *> &sd,
llvm::SmallVector<const Type *, 8> *elementTypes,
llvm::SmallVector<std::string, 8> *elementNames,
llvm::SmallVector<SourcePos, 8> *elementPositions) {
std::set<std::string> seenNames;
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < sd.size(); ++i) {
const Type *type = sd[i]->type;
if (type == NULL)
continue;
// FIXME: making this fake little DeclSpecs here is really
// disgusting
DeclSpecs ds(type);
if (Type::Equal(type, AtomicType::Void) == false) {
if (type->IsUniformType())
ds.typeQualifiers |= TYPEQUAL_UNIFORM;
else if (type->IsVaryingType())
ds.typeQualifiers |= TYPEQUAL_VARYING;
else if (type->GetSOAWidth() != 0)
ds.soaWidth = type->GetSOAWidth();
// FIXME: ds.vectorSize?
}
for (unsigned int j = 0; j < sd[i]->declarators->size(); ++j) {
Declarator *d = (*sd[i]->declarators)[j];
d->InitFromDeclSpecs(&ds);
if (Type::Equal(d->type, AtomicType::Void))
Error(d->pos, "\"void\" type illegal for struct member.");
elementTypes->push_back(d->type);
if (seenNames.find(d->name) != seenNames.end())
Error(d->pos, "Struct member \"%s\" has same name as a "
"previously-declared member.", d->name.c_str());
else
seenNames.insert(d->name);
elementNames->push_back(d->name);
elementPositions->push_back(d->pos);
}
}
for (int i = 0; i < (int)elementTypes->size() - 1; ++i) {
const ArrayType *arrayType = CastType<ArrayType>((*elementTypes)[i]);
if (arrayType != NULL && arrayType->GetElementCount() == 0)
Error((*elementPositions)[i], "Unsized arrays aren't allowed except "
"for the last member in a struct definition.");
}
}
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