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At entry to each basic block, the following can be assumed (and hence
must be forced where necessary at the end of each basic block):
The shadow stack @stack is empty.
For each lexical object in @pad, VALID_IV holds for each T_INT,
VALID_DOUBLE holds for each T_DOUBLE and VALID_SV holds otherwise.
The C shadow variable sp holds the stack pointer (not necessarily stack_sp).
write_back_stack
Writes the contents of the shadow stack @stack back to the real stack.
A write-back of each object in the stack is forced so that its
backing SV contains the right value and that SV is then pushed onto the
real stack. On return, @stack is empty.
write_back_lexicals
Forces a write-back (i.e. achieves VALID_SV), where necessary, for each
lexical object in @pad. Objects with the TEMPORARY flag are skipped. If
write_back_lexicals is called with an (optional) argument, then it is
taken to be a bitmask of more flags: any lexical object with one of those
flags set is also skipped and not written back to its SV.
invalidate_lexicals($avoid)
The VALID_INT and VALID_DOUBLE flags are turned off for each lexical
object in @pad whose flags field doesn't overlap with $avoid.
reload_lexicals
For each necessary lexical object in @pad, makes sure that VALID_IV
holds for objects of type T_INT, VALID_DOUBLE holds for objects for
type T_DOUBLE, and VALID_SV holds for other objects. An object is
considered for reloading if its flags field does not overlap with the
(optional) argument passed to reload_lexicals.
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