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=head1 TITLE
perl6.pir - The Rakudo Perl 6 compiler.
=head2 Description
This is the base file for the Rakudo Perl 6 compiler.
# Set RAKUDO_HLL to 'perl6' to try compiling Rakudo in its own HLL.
.macro_const RAKUDO_HLL 'perl6'
.loadlib 'perl6_group'
.loadlib 'perl6_ops'
.namespace []
.sub '' :anon :init :load
$P0 = get_class ['P6role']
unless null $P0 goto startup_ok
say "== SORRY! ==\nUnable to find Perl 6 dynops and dynpmcs library.\nIf you want to run Rakudo outside of the build directory, please make install."
exit 1
.local pmc p6meta
load_bytecode 'PCT.pbc'
$P0 = get_root_global ['parrot'], 'P6metaclass'
$P1 = $P0.'new_class'('Perl6Object', 'name'=>'Object')
p6meta = $P1.'HOW'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6Object'], '$!P6META', p6meta
.local pmc hllns, parrotns, imports, exports
hllns = get_hll_namespace
parrotns = get_root_namespace ['parrot']
imports = split ' ', 'PAST PGE PCT'
exports = split ' ', '!DISPATCH_JUNCTION_MULTI'
parrotns.'export_to'(hllns, imports)
hllns.'export_to'(parrotns, exports)
.include 'src/gen_builtins.pir'
=head2 Functions
=over 4
=item onload()
Creates the Perl 6 compiler by subclassing a C<PCT::HLLCompiler> object.
.namespace ['Perl6';'Compiler']
.sub 'onload' :load :init :anon
load_bytecode 'PCT.pbc'
.local pmc p6meta, perl6
p6meta = get_hll_global ['Perl6Object'], '$!P6META'
perl6 = p6meta.'new_class'('Perl6::Compiler', 'parent'=>'PCT::HLLCompiler')
load_bytecode 'config.pbc'
$P0 = get_hll_namespace ['Perl6';'Grammar']
$P0 = get_hll_namespace ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions']
## set the compilation stages in the @stages attribute
$P0 = split ' ', 'parse past check_syntax post pir evalpmc'
setattribute perl6, '@stages', $P0
## set the command line options
$P0 = split ' ', 'c e=s help|h target=s dumper=s trace|t=s encoding=s output|o=s version|v'
setattribute perl6, '@cmdoptions', $P0
## set the $usage attribute
$P0 = new 'String'
$P0 = <<'USAGE'
Usage: perl6 [switches] [--] [programfile] [arguments]
-c check syntax only (runs BEGIN and CHECK blocks)
-e program one line of program
-h, --help display this help text
--target=[stage] specify compilation stage to emit
-t, --trace=[flags] enable trace flags
--encoding=[mode] specify string encoding mode
-o, --output=[name] specify name of output file
-v, --version display version information
setattribute perl6, '$usage', $P0
## set the $version attribute
.local pmc cfg
$P0 = new 'String'
$P0 = 'This is Rakudo Perl 6'
push_eh _handler
# currently works in the build tree, but not in the install tree
cfg = _config()
$P0 .= ', revision '
$S0 = cfg['revision']
$P0 .= $S0
$P0 .= ' built on parrot '
$S0 = cfg['VERSION']
$P0 .= $S0
$S0 = cfg['DEVEL']
$P0 .= $S0
$P0 .= "\n"
$P0 .= 'for '
$S0 = cfg['archname']
$P0 .= $S0
$P0 .= ".\n\nCopyright 2006-2009, The Perl Foundation.\n"
setattribute perl6, '$version', $P0
$P0 = box .RAKUDO_HLL
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '$?RAKUDO_HLL', $P0
## create an array for holding the stack of nested blocks
$P99 = get_hll_global 'Array'
$P0 = $P99.'new'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '@?BLOCK', $P0
## create a list for holding the stack of nested package
## declarators
$P0 = $P99.'new'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '@?PKGDECL', $P0
## create a list for holding the stack of nested scope
## declarators
$P0 = $P99.'new'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '@?SCOPE', $P0
## create a list of END blocks to be run
$P0 = $P99.'new'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6'], '@?END_BLOCKS', $P0
## create a list for holding the stack of nested package
## namespaces (we store the namespace as a flat, ::
## separated string for now, for handing to .parse_name)
$P0 = $P99.'new'()
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '@?NS', $P0
## create a (shared) metaclass node
$P0 = get_hll_global ['PAST'], 'Var'
$P0 = $P0.'new'( 'name'=>'metaclass', 'scope'=>'register' )
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '$?METACLASS', $P0
## create the $?CLASSMAP hash
$P0 = get_root_namespace ['parrot';'Hash']
$P0 = new $P0
set_hll_global ['Perl6';'Grammar';'Actions'], '%?CLASSMAP', $P0
## tell PAST::Var how to encode Perl6Str and Str values
$P0 = get_hll_global ['PAST';'Compiler'], '%valflags'
$P0['Perl6Str'] = 'e'
$P0['Str'] = 'e'
.include 'src/gen_grammar.pir'
.include 'src/parser/expression.pir'
.include 'src/parser/methods.pir'
.include 'src/parser/quote_expression.pir'
.include 'src/gen_setting.pir'
.include 'src/gen_actions.pir'
.include 'src/gen_metaop.pir'
.include 'src/gen_junction.pir'
.include 'src/gen_whatever.pir'
.namespace ['Perl6';'Compiler']
=item check_syntax(source [, "option" => value, ...])
Check the syntax of C<source> after PAST tree has been built,
to ensure C<BEGIN> and C<CHECK> blocks have been executed.
.sub 'check_syntax' :method
.param pmc source
.param pmc adverbs :slurpy :named
$I0 = adverbs['c']
if $I0 goto check_syntax
.return ()
## if we're here, then syntax is OK
say 'syntax OK'
exit 0
=item eval(code [, "option" => value, ...])
Compile and execute the given C<code> taking into account any
options provided. We subclass the HLLCompiler version to catch
and report exceptions.
.sub 'eval' :method
.param pmc code
.param pmc args :slurpy
.param pmc adverbs :slurpy :named
$P0 = get_root_global ['parrot';'PCT';'HLLCompiler'], 'eval'
push_eh trap_errors
$P0 = $P0(self, code, args :flat, adverbs :flat :named)
.return ($P0)
.local pmc exception, bt, it, cur_block, anno
.get_results (exception)
$I0 = exception['severity']
if $I0 == .EXCEPT_EXIT goto exit
if $I0 > .EXCEPT_WARNING goto not_warning
printerr exception
printerr "\n"
$P0 = exception["resume"]
bt = exception.'backtrace'()
it = iter bt
# If the first entry is "die", skip it.
cur_block = bt[0]
if null cur_block goto not_die
$P0 = cur_block['sub']
$S0 = $P0
if $S0 != 'die' goto not_die
$P0 = shift bt
# Show the exception message.
$S0 = exception
if $S0 == "" goto no_message
printerr $S0
$I0 = index $S0, "\n"
if $I0 > 0 goto message_done
printerr "\n"
goto message_done
$I0 = exception['type']
if $I0 == .CONTROL_RETURN goto uncaught_return
printerr "Died\n"
goto message_done
printerr "Can't return outside a routine\n"
# Now we'll go back, printing one line/file per routine.
.local pmc cur_sub
.local string cur_info
.local string intro
cur_info = ""
intro = "in "
unless it goto it_loop_end
cur_block = shift it
if null cur_block goto it_loop # XXX Why'd we have null anyway? Parrot bug?
if cur_info != "" goto got_cur_info
cur_info = 'format_location'(cur_block)
cur_sub = cur_block['sub']
if null cur_sub goto it_loop
$P0 = getprop '$!real_self', cur_sub
if null $P0 goto already_real
cur_sub = $P0
$I0 = isa cur_sub, 'Routine'
unless $I0 goto it_loop
# Show entry.
printerr intro
intro = "called from "
$P0 = cur_sub.'WHAT'()
$S0 = $P0.'perl'()
$S0 = downcase $S0
printerr $S0
printerr " "
$P0 = cur_sub.'get_namespace'()
if null $P0 goto ns_done
$P0 = $P0.'get_name'()
$P1 = shift $P0
$S0 = join '::', $P0
if $S0 == "" goto ns_done
printerr $S0
printerr '::'
printerr cur_sub
printerr " "
printerr cur_info
printerr "\n"
cur_info = ""
goto it_loop
if cur_info == "" goto done
if cur_info == "(<unknown>:0)" goto done
printerr intro
printerr "Main "
printerr cur_info
printerr "\n"
exit 1
$I0 = exception['exit_code']
exit $I0
.sub 'format_location'
.param pmc cur_block
.local pmc anno
anno = cur_block['annotations']
if null anno goto unknown
$S1 = anno['file']
if $S1 != "" goto have_file
$S1 = "<unknown>"
$S0 = concat "(", $S1
concat $S0, ":"
$S1 = anno['line']
if $S1 != "" goto have_line
if $S0 == "(<unknown>:" goto unknown
$S1 = "<unknown>"
concat $S0, $S1
concat $S0, ")"
.return ($S0)
.return ("")
=item main(args :slurpy) :main
Start compilation by passing any command line C<args>
to the Perl 6 compiler.
.sub 'main' :main
.param pmc args_str
$S0 = args_str[2]
$I0 = index $S0, '@INC'
if $I0 < 0 goto not_harness
exit 0
$P0 = compreg 'perl6'
$P1 = $P0.'command_line'(args_str, 'encoding'=>'utf8', 'transcode'=>'ascii iso-8859-1')
.include 'iterator.pasm'
.local pmc it
$P0 = get_hll_global ['Perl6'], '@?END_BLOCKS'
it = iter $P0
unless it goto iter_end
$P0 = pop it
goto iter_loop
exit 0
.sub 'parse_name' :method
.param string name
## remove any type parameterization for now
.local string type_param
type_param = ''
$I0 = index name, '['
if $I0 == -1 goto type_param_done
type_param = substr name, $I0
name = substr name, 0, $I0
## divide name based on ::
.local pmc list
list = split '::', name
## move any leading sigil to the last item
.local string sigil
$S0 = list[0]
sigil = substr $S0, 0, 1
$I0 = index '$@%&', $S1
if $I0 < 0 goto sigil_done
substr $S0, 0, 1, ''
list[0] = $S0
$S0 = list[-1]
$S0 = concat sigil, $S0
list[-1] = $S0
## remove any empty items from the list
$P0 = iter list
list = new 'ResizablePMCArray'
unless $P0 goto iter_done
$S0 = shift $P0
unless $S0 goto iter_loop
push list, $S0
goto iter_loop
if type_param == '' goto no_add_type_param
$S0 = pop list
concat $S0, type_param
push list, $S0
.return (list)
.sub 'load_library' :method
.param pmc name
.param pmc extra :named :slurpy
.local pmc retval, library, inc_hash, symbols
$S0 = join '::', name
retval = 'require'($S0, 'module'=>1)
if null retval goto fail
library = new 'Hash'
library['name'] = name
inc_hash = get_hll_global '%INC'
$S0 = inc_hash[$S0]
library['filename'] = $S0
$P0 = get_hll_namespace name
library['namespace'] = $P0
push name, 'EXPORT'
symbols = get_hll_namespace name
unless null symbols goto have_symbols
symbols = new 'Hash'
$P0 = new 'ResizablePMCArray'
symbols['ALL'] = $P0
symbols['DEFAULT'] = $P0
library['symbols'] = symbols
.return (library)
.return (retval)
=item postload()
Perform any tasks that need to be done at the end of loading.
Currently this does the equivalent of EXPORTALL on the core namespaces.
.namespace []
.sub '' :anon :load :init
$P0 = get_global 'SETTING_INIT'
if null $P0 goto done
## This goes at the bottom because the methods end up in the 'parrot'
## HLL namespace.
.HLL 'parrot'
.include 'src/parrot/P6Invocation.pir'
.include 'src/parrot/P6role.pir'
.include 'src/parrot/Protoobject.pir'
.include 'src/parrot/misc.pir'
.include 'src/parrot/state.pir'
.include 'src/gen_uprop.pir'
# Local Variables:
# mode: pir
# fill-column: 100
# End:
# vim: expandtab shiftwidth=4 ft=pir: