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/* hv.c
*
* Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
* 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 by Larry Wall and others
*
* You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
* License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file.
*
*/
/*
* I sit beside the fire and think
* of all that I have seen.
* --Bilbo
*
* [p.278 of _The Lord of the Rings_, II/iii: "The Ring Goes South"]
*/
/*
=head1 Hash Manipulation Functions
A HV structure represents a Perl hash. It consists mainly of an array
of pointers, each of which points to a linked list of HE structures. The
array is indexed by the hash function of the key, so each linked list
represents all the hash entries with the same hash value. Each HE contains
a pointer to the actual value, plus a pointer to a HEK structure which
holds the key and hash value.
=cut
*/
#include "EXTERN.h"
#define PERL_IN_HV_C
#define PERL_HASH_INTERNAL_ACCESS
#include "perl.h"
#define DO_HSPLIT(xhv) ((xhv)->xhv_keys > (xhv)->xhv_max) /* HvTOTALKEYS(hv) > HvMAX(hv) */
#define HV_FILL_THRESHOLD 31
static const char S_strtab_error[]
= "Cannot modify shared string table in hv_%s";
#ifdef PURIFY
#define new_HE() (HE*)safemalloc(sizeof(HE))
#define del_HE(p) safefree((char*)p)
#else
STATIC HE*
S_new_he(pTHX)
{
HE* he;
void ** const root = &PL_body_roots[HE_SVSLOT];
if (!*root)
Perl_more_bodies(aTHX_ HE_SVSLOT, sizeof(HE), PERL_ARENA_SIZE);
he = (HE*) *root;
assert(he);
*root = HeNEXT(he);
return he;
}
#define new_HE() new_he()
#define del_HE(p) \
STMT_START { \
HeNEXT(p) = (HE*)(PL_body_roots[HE_SVSLOT]); \
PL_body_roots[HE_SVSLOT] = p; \
} STMT_END
#endif
STATIC HEK *
S_save_hek_flags(const char *str, I32 len, U32 hash, int flags)
{
const int flags_masked = flags & HVhek_MASK;
char *k;
HEK *hek;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_SAVE_HEK_FLAGS;
Newx(k, HEK_BASESIZE + len + 2, char);
hek = (HEK*)k;
Copy(str, HEK_KEY(hek), len, char);
HEK_KEY(hek)[len] = 0;
HEK_LEN(hek) = len;
HEK_HASH(hek) = hash;
HEK_FLAGS(hek) = (unsigned char)flags_masked | HVhek_UNSHARED;
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(str);
return hek;
}
/* free the pool of temporary HE/HEK pairs returned by hv_fetch_ent
* for tied hashes */
void
Perl_free_tied_hv_pool(pTHX)
{
HE *he = PL_hv_fetch_ent_mh;
while (he) {
HE * const ohe = he;
Safefree(HeKEY_hek(he));
he = HeNEXT(he);
del_HE(ohe);
}
PL_hv_fetch_ent_mh = NULL;
}
#if defined(USE_ITHREADS)
HEK *
Perl_hek_dup(pTHX_ HEK *source, CLONE_PARAMS* param)
{
HEK *shared;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HEK_DUP;
PERL_UNUSED_ARG(param);
if (!source)
return NULL;
shared = (HEK*)ptr_table_fetch(PL_ptr_table, source);
if (shared) {
/* We already shared this hash key. */
(void)share_hek_hek(shared);
}
else {
shared
= share_hek_flags(HEK_KEY(source), HEK_LEN(source),
HEK_HASH(source), HEK_FLAGS(source));
ptr_table_store(PL_ptr_table, source, shared);
}
return shared;
}
HE *
Perl_he_dup(pTHX_ const HE *e, bool shared, CLONE_PARAMS* param)
{
HE *ret;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HE_DUP;
if (!e)
return NULL;
/* look for it in the table first */
ret = (HE*)ptr_table_fetch(PL_ptr_table, e);
if (ret)
return ret;
/* create anew and remember what it is */
ret = new_HE();
ptr_table_store(PL_ptr_table, e, ret);
HeNEXT(ret) = he_dup(HeNEXT(e),shared, param);
if (HeKLEN(e) == HEf_SVKEY) {
char *k;
Newx(k, HEK_BASESIZE + sizeof(const SV *), char);
HeKEY_hek(ret) = (HEK*)k;
HeKEY_sv(ret) = sv_dup_inc(HeKEY_sv(e), param);
}
else if (shared) {
/* This is hek_dup inlined, which seems to be important for speed
reasons. */
HEK * const source = HeKEY_hek(e);
HEK *shared = (HEK*)ptr_table_fetch(PL_ptr_table, source);
if (shared) {
/* We already shared this hash key. */
(void)share_hek_hek(shared);
}
else {
shared
= share_hek_flags(HEK_KEY(source), HEK_LEN(source),
HEK_HASH(source), HEK_FLAGS(source));
ptr_table_store(PL_ptr_table, source, shared);
}
HeKEY_hek(ret) = shared;
}
else
HeKEY_hek(ret) = save_hek_flags(HeKEY(e), HeKLEN(e), HeHASH(e),
HeKFLAGS(e));
HeVAL(ret) = sv_dup_inc(HeVAL(e), param);
return ret;
}
#endif /* USE_ITHREADS */
static void
S_hv_notallowed(pTHX_ int flags, const char *key, I32 klen,
const char *msg)
{
SV * const sv = sv_newmortal();
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_NOTALLOWED;
if (!(flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)) {
sv_setpvn(sv, key, klen);
}
else {
/* Need to free saved eventually assign to mortal SV */
/* XXX is this line an error ???: SV *sv = sv_newmortal(); */
sv_usepvn(sv, (char *) key, klen);
}
if (flags & HVhek_UTF8) {
SvUTF8_on(sv);
}
Perl_croak(aTHX_ msg, SVfARG(sv));
}
/* (klen == HEf_SVKEY) is special for MAGICAL hv entries, meaning key slot
* contains an SV* */
/*
=for apidoc hv_store
Stores an SV in a hash. The hash key is specified as C<key> and the
absolute value of C<klen> is the length of the key. If C<klen> is
negative the key is assumed to be in UTF-8-encoded Unicode. The
C<hash> parameter is the precomputed hash value; if it is zero then
Perl will compute it.
The return value will be
NULL if the operation failed or if the value did not need to be actually
stored within the hash (as in the case of tied hashes). Otherwise it can
be dereferenced to get the original C<SV*>. Note that the caller is
responsible for suitably incrementing the reference count of C<val> before
the call, and decrementing it if the function returned NULL. Effectively
a successful hv_store takes ownership of one reference to C<val>. This is
usually what you want; a newly created SV has a reference count of one, so
if all your code does is create SVs then store them in a hash, hv_store
will own the only reference to the new SV, and your code doesn't need to do
anything further to tidy up. hv_store is not implemented as a call to
hv_store_ent, and does not create a temporary SV for the key, so if your
key data is not already in SV form then use hv_store in preference to
hv_store_ent.
See L<perlguts/"Understanding the Magic of Tied Hashes and Arrays"> for more
information on how to use this function on tied hashes.
=for apidoc hv_store_ent
Stores C<val> in a hash. The hash key is specified as C<key>. The C<hash>
parameter is the precomputed hash value; if it is zero then Perl will
compute it. The return value is the new hash entry so created. It will be
NULL if the operation failed or if the value did not need to be actually
stored within the hash (as in the case of tied hashes). Otherwise the
contents of the return value can be accessed using the C<He?> macros
described here. Note that the caller is responsible for suitably
incrementing the reference count of C<val> before the call, and
decrementing it if the function returned NULL. Effectively a successful
hv_store_ent takes ownership of one reference to C<val>. This is
usually what you want; a newly created SV has a reference count of one, so
if all your code does is create SVs then store them in a hash, hv_store
will own the only reference to the new SV, and your code doesn't need to do
anything further to tidy up. Note that hv_store_ent only reads the C<key>;
unlike C<val> it does not take ownership of it, so maintaining the correct
reference count on C<key> is entirely the caller's responsibility. hv_store
is not implemented as a call to hv_store_ent, and does not create a temporary
SV for the key, so if your key data is not already in SV form then use
hv_store in preference to hv_store_ent.
See L<perlguts/"Understanding the Magic of Tied Hashes and Arrays"> for more
information on how to use this function on tied hashes.
=for apidoc hv_exists
Returns a boolean indicating whether the specified hash key exists. The
absolute value of C<klen> is the length of the key. If C<klen> is
negative the key is assumed to be in UTF-8-encoded Unicode.
=for apidoc hv_fetch
Returns the SV which corresponds to the specified key in the hash.
The absolute value of C<klen> is the length of the key. If C<klen> is
negative the key is assumed to be in UTF-8-encoded Unicode. If
C<lval> is set then the fetch will be part of a store. This means that if
there is no value in the hash associated with the given key, then one is
created and a pointer to it is returned. The C<SV*> it points to can be
assigned to. But always check that the
return value is non-null before dereferencing it to an C<SV*>.
See L<perlguts/"Understanding the Magic of Tied Hashes and Arrays"> for more
information on how to use this function on tied hashes.
=for apidoc hv_exists_ent
Returns a boolean indicating whether
the specified hash key exists. C<hash>
can be a valid precomputed hash value, or 0 to ask for it to be
computed.
=cut
*/
/* returns an HE * structure with the all fields set */
/* note that hent_val will be a mortal sv for MAGICAL hashes */
/*
=for apidoc hv_fetch_ent
Returns the hash entry which corresponds to the specified key in the hash.
C<hash> must be a valid precomputed hash number for the given C<key>, or 0
if you want the function to compute it. IF C<lval> is set then the fetch
will be part of a store. Make sure the return value is non-null before
accessing it. The return value when C<hv> is a tied hash is a pointer to a
static location, so be sure to make a copy of the structure if you need to
store it somewhere.
See L<perlguts/"Understanding the Magic of Tied Hashes and Arrays"> for more
information on how to use this function on tied hashes.
=cut
*/
/* Common code for hv_delete()/hv_exists()/hv_fetch()/hv_store() */
void *
Perl_hv_common_key_len(pTHX_ HV *hv, const char *key, I32 klen_i32,
const int action, SV *val, const U32 hash)
{
STRLEN klen;
int flags;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_COMMON_KEY_LEN;
if (klen_i32 < 0) {
klen = -klen_i32;
flags = HVhek_UTF8;
} else {
klen = klen_i32;
flags = 0;
}
return hv_common(hv, NULL, key, klen, flags, action, val, hash);
}
void *
Perl_hv_common(pTHX_ HV *hv, SV *keysv, const char *key, STRLEN klen,
int flags, int action, SV *val, U32 hash)
{
dVAR;
XPVHV* xhv;
HE *entry;
HE **oentry;
SV *sv;
bool is_utf8;
int masked_flags;
const int return_svp = action & HV_FETCH_JUST_SV;
HEK *keysv_hek = NULL;
#ifdef DEBUGGING
unsigned int linear = 0;
#endif
if (!hv)
return NULL;
if (SvTYPE(hv) == (svtype)SVTYPEMASK)
return NULL;
assert(SvTYPE(hv) == SVt_PVHV);
if (SvSMAGICAL(hv) && SvGMAGICAL(hv) && !(action & HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY)) {
MAGIC* mg;
if ((mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_uvar))) {
struct ufuncs * const uf = (struct ufuncs *)mg->mg_ptr;
if (uf->uf_set == NULL) {
SV* obj = mg->mg_obj;
if (!keysv) {
keysv = newSVpvn_flags(key, klen, SVs_TEMP |
((flags & HVhek_UTF8)
? SVf_UTF8 : 0));
}
mg->mg_obj = keysv; /* pass key */
uf->uf_index = action; /* pass action */
magic_getuvar(MUTABLE_SV(hv), mg);
keysv = mg->mg_obj; /* may have changed */
mg->mg_obj = obj;
/* If the key may have changed, then we need to invalidate
any passed-in computed hash value. */
hash = 0;
}
}
}
if (keysv) {
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
key = SvPV_const(keysv, klen);
is_utf8 = (SvUTF8(keysv) != 0);
if (SvIsCOW_shared_hash(keysv)) {
flags = HVhek_KEYCANONICAL | (is_utf8 ? HVhek_UTF8 : 0);
} else {
flags = is_utf8 ? HVhek_UTF8 : 0;
}
} else {
is_utf8 = ((flags & HVhek_UTF8) ? TRUE : FALSE);
}
if (action & HV_DELETE) {
return (void *) hv_delete_common(hv, keysv, key, klen,
flags, action, hash);
}
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
if (SvMAGICAL(hv)) {
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv) && !(action & (HV_FETCH_ISSTORE|HV_FETCH_ISEXISTS))) {
if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied)
|| SvGMAGICAL((const SV *)hv))
{
/* FIXME should be able to skimp on the HE/HEK here when
HV_FETCH_JUST_SV is true. */
if (!keysv) {
keysv = newSVpvn_utf8(key, klen, is_utf8);
} else {
keysv = newSVsv(keysv);
}
sv = sv_newmortal();
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), sv, (char *)keysv, HEf_SVKEY);
/* grab a fake HE/HEK pair from the pool or make a new one */
entry = PL_hv_fetch_ent_mh;
if (entry)
PL_hv_fetch_ent_mh = HeNEXT(entry);
else {
char *k;
entry = new_HE();
Newx(k, HEK_BASESIZE + sizeof(const SV *), char);
HeKEY_hek(entry) = (HEK*)k;
}
HeNEXT(entry) = NULL;
HeSVKEY_set(entry, keysv);
HeVAL(entry) = sv;
sv_upgrade(sv, SVt_PVLV);
LvTYPE(sv) = 'T';
/* so we can free entry when freeing sv */
LvTARG(sv) = MUTABLE_SV(entry);
/* XXX remove at some point? */
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
if (return_svp) {
return entry ? (void *) &HeVAL(entry) : NULL;
}
return (void *) entry;
}
#ifdef ENV_IS_CASELESS
else if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
U32 i;
for (i = 0; i < klen; ++i)
if (isLOWER(key[i])) {
/* Would be nice if we had a routine to do the
copy and upercase in a single pass through. */
const char * const nkey = strupr(savepvn(key,klen));
/* Note that this fetch is for nkey (the uppercased
key) whereas the store is for key (the original) */
void *result = hv_common(hv, NULL, nkey, klen,
HVhek_FREEKEY, /* free nkey */
0 /* non-LVAL fetch */
| HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY
| return_svp,
NULL /* no value */,
0 /* compute hash */);
if (!result && (action & HV_FETCH_LVALUE)) {
/* This call will free key if necessary.
Do it this way to encourage compiler to tail
call optimise. */
result = hv_common(hv, keysv, key, klen, flags,
HV_FETCH_ISSTORE
| HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY
| return_svp,
newSV(0), hash);
} else {
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
}
return result;
}
}
#endif
} /* ISFETCH */
else if (SvRMAGICAL(hv) && (action & HV_FETCH_ISEXISTS)) {
if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied)
|| SvGMAGICAL((const SV *)hv)) {
/* I don't understand why hv_exists_ent has svret and sv,
whereas hv_exists only had one. */
SV * const svret = sv_newmortal();
sv = sv_newmortal();
if (keysv || is_utf8) {
if (!keysv) {
keysv = newSVpvn_utf8(key, klen, TRUE);
} else {
keysv = newSVsv(keysv);
}
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), sv, (char *)sv_2mortal(keysv), HEf_SVKEY);
} else {
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), sv, key, klen);
}
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
magic_existspack(svret, mg_find(sv, PERL_MAGIC_tiedelem));
/* This cast somewhat evil, but I'm merely using NULL/
not NULL to return the boolean exists.
And I know hv is not NULL. */
return SvTRUE(svret) ? (void *)hv : NULL;
}
#ifdef ENV_IS_CASELESS
else if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
/* XXX This code isn't UTF8 clean. */
char * const keysave = (char * const)key;
/* Will need to free this, so set FREEKEY flag. */
key = savepvn(key,klen);
key = (const char*)strupr((char*)key);
is_utf8 = FALSE;
hash = 0;
keysv = 0;
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY) {
Safefree(keysave);
}
flags |= HVhek_FREEKEY;
}
#endif
} /* ISEXISTS */
else if (action & HV_FETCH_ISSTORE) {
bool needs_copy;
bool needs_store;
hv_magic_check (hv, &needs_copy, &needs_store);
if (needs_copy) {
const bool save_taint = TAINT_get;
if (keysv || is_utf8) {
if (!keysv) {
keysv = newSVpvn_utf8(key, klen, TRUE);
}
if (TAINTING_get)
TAINT_set(SvTAINTED(keysv));
keysv = sv_2mortal(newSVsv(keysv));
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), val, (char*)keysv, HEf_SVKEY);
} else {
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), val, key, klen);
}
TAINT_IF(save_taint);
#ifdef NO_TAINT_SUPPORT
PERL_UNUSED_VAR(save_taint);
#endif
if (!needs_store) {
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
return NULL;
}
#ifdef ENV_IS_CASELESS
else if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
/* XXX This code isn't UTF8 clean. */
const char *keysave = key;
/* Will need to free this, so set FREEKEY flag. */
key = savepvn(key,klen);
key = (const char*)strupr((char*)key);
is_utf8 = FALSE;
hash = 0;
keysv = 0;
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY) {
Safefree(keysave);
}
flags |= HVhek_FREEKEY;
}
#endif
}
} /* ISSTORE */
} /* SvMAGICAL */
if (!HvARRAY(hv)) {
if ((action & (HV_FETCH_LVALUE | HV_FETCH_ISSTORE))
#ifdef DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH /* if it's an %ENV lookup, we may get it on the fly */
|| (SvRMAGICAL((const SV *)hv)
&& mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env))
#endif
) {
char *array;
Newxz(array,
PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(xhv->xhv_max+1 /* HvMAX(hv)+1 */),
char);
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE**)array;
}
#ifdef DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH
else if (action & HV_FETCH_ISEXISTS) {
/* for an %ENV exists, if we do an insert it's by a recursive
store call, so avoid creating HvARRAY(hv) right now. */
}
#endif
else {
/* XXX remove at some point? */
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
return NULL;
}
}
if (is_utf8 && !(flags & HVhek_KEYCANONICAL)) {
char * const keysave = (char *)key;
key = (char*)bytes_from_utf8((U8*)key, &klen, &is_utf8);
if (is_utf8)
flags |= HVhek_UTF8;
else
flags &= ~HVhek_UTF8;
if (key != keysave) {
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(keysave);
flags |= HVhek_WASUTF8 | HVhek_FREEKEY;
/* If the caller calculated a hash, it was on the sequence of
octets that are the UTF-8 form. We've now changed the sequence
of octets stored to that of the equivalent byte representation,
so the hash we need is different. */
hash = 0;
}
}
if (keysv && (SvIsCOW_shared_hash(keysv))) {
if (HvSHAREKEYS(hv))
keysv_hek = SvSHARED_HEK_FROM_PV(SvPVX_const(keysv));
hash = SvSHARED_HASH(keysv);
}
else if (!hash)
PERL_HASH(hash, key, klen);
masked_flags = (flags & HVhek_MASK);
#ifdef DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH
if (!HvARRAY(hv)) entry = NULL;
else
#endif
{
entry = (HvARRAY(hv))[hash & (I32) HvMAX(hv)];
}
if (!entry)
goto not_found;
if (keysv_hek) {
/* keysv is actually a HEK in disguise, so we can match just by
* comparing the HEK pointers in the HE chain. There is a slight
* caveat: on something like "\x80", which has both plain and utf8
* representations, perl's hashes do encoding-insensitive lookups,
* but preserve the encoding of the stored key. Thus a particular
* key could map to two different HEKs in PL_strtab. We only
* conclude 'not found' if all the flags are the same; otherwise
* we fall back to a full search (this should only happen in rare
* cases).
*/
int keysv_flags = HEK_FLAGS(keysv_hek);
HE *orig_entry = entry;
for (; entry; entry = HeNEXT(entry)) {
HEK *hek = HeKEY_hek(entry);
DEBUG_H(linear++);
if (hek == keysv_hek)
goto found;
if (HEK_FLAGS(hek) != keysv_flags)
break; /* need to do full match */
}
if (!entry)
goto not_found;
/* failed on shortcut - do full search loop */
entry = orig_entry;
}
for (; entry; entry = HeNEXT(entry)) {
DEBUG_H(linear++);
if (HeHASH(entry) != hash) /* strings can't be equal */
continue;
if (HeKLEN(entry) != (I32)klen)
continue;
if (memNE(HeKEY(entry),key,klen)) /* is this it? */
continue;
if ((HeKFLAGS(entry) ^ masked_flags) & HVhek_UTF8)
continue;
found:
if (action & (HV_FETCH_LVALUE|HV_FETCH_ISSTORE)) {
if (HeKFLAGS(entry) != masked_flags) {
/* We match if HVhek_UTF8 bit in our flags and hash key's
match. But if entry was set previously with HVhek_WASUTF8
and key now doesn't (or vice versa) then we should change
the key's flag, as this is assignment. */
if (HvSHAREKEYS(hv)) {
/* Need to swap the key we have for a key with the flags we
need. As keys are shared we can't just write to the
flag, so we share the new one, unshare the old one. */
HEK * const new_hek = share_hek_flags(key, klen, hash,
masked_flags);
unshare_hek (HeKEY_hek(entry));
HeKEY_hek(entry) = new_hek;
}
else if (hv == PL_strtab) {
/* PL_strtab is usually the only hash without HvSHAREKEYS,
so putting this test here is cheap */
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
Perl_croak(aTHX_ S_strtab_error,
action & HV_FETCH_LVALUE ? "fetch" : "store");
}
else
HeKFLAGS(entry) = masked_flags;
if (masked_flags & HVhek_ENABLEHVKFLAGS)
HvHASKFLAGS_on(hv);
}
if (HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
/* yes, can store into placeholder slot */
if (action & HV_FETCH_LVALUE) {
if (SvMAGICAL(hv)) {
/* This preserves behaviour with the old hv_fetch
implementation which at this point would bail out
with a break; (at "if we find a placeholder, we
pretend we haven't found anything")
That break mean that if a placeholder were found, it
caused a call into hv_store, which in turn would
check magic, and if there is no magic end up pretty
much back at this point (in hv_store's code). */
break;
}
/* LVAL fetch which actually needs a store. */
val = newSV(0);
HvPLACEHOLDERS(hv)--;
} else {
/* store */
if (val != &PL_sv_placeholder)
HvPLACEHOLDERS(hv)--;
}
HeVAL(entry) = val;
} else if (action & HV_FETCH_ISSTORE) {
SvREFCNT_dec(HeVAL(entry));
HeVAL(entry) = val;
}
} else if (HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
/* if we find a placeholder, we pretend we haven't found
anything */
break;
}
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
/* fill, size, found index in collision list */
DEBUG_H(PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, "HASH %6lu\t%6lu\t%u * %x\t$%s{%s}\n",
HvKEYS(hv), HvMAX(hv), linear, action, HvNAME_get(hv), key));
if (return_svp) {
return entry ? (void *) &HeVAL(entry) : NULL;
}
return entry;
}
not_found:
/* fill, size, not found, size of collision list */
DEBUG_H(PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, "HASH %6lu\t%6lu\t%u - %x\t$%s{%s}\n",
HvKEYS(hv), HvMAX(hv), linear, action, HvNAME_get(hv), key));
#ifdef DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH /* %ENV lookup? If so, try to fetch the value now */
if (!(action & HV_FETCH_ISSTORE)
&& SvRMAGICAL((const SV *)hv)
&& mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
unsigned long len;
const char * const env = PerlEnv_ENVgetenv_len(key,&len);
if (env) {
sv = newSVpvn(env,len);
SvTAINTED_on(sv);
return hv_common(hv, keysv, key, klen, flags,
HV_FETCH_ISSTORE|HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY|return_svp,
sv, hash);
}
}
#endif
if (!entry && SvREADONLY(hv) && !(action & HV_FETCH_ISEXISTS)) {
/* if the hash has a name report it also */
if (HvNAME_get(hv)) {
SV *msg = newSVpvs_flags("Attempt to access disallowed key '%"SVf"' in"
" the restricted hash '%", SVs_TEMP);
sv_cathek(msg, HvNAME_HEK(hv));
sv_catpvs(msg, "::'");
hv_notallowed(flags, key, klen, SvPVX(msg));
} else {
hv_notallowed(flags, key, klen,
"Attempt to access disallowed key '%"SVf"' in"
" a restricted hash");
}
}
if (!(action & (HV_FETCH_LVALUE|HV_FETCH_ISSTORE))) {
/* Not doing some form of store, so return failure. */
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
return NULL;
}
if (action & HV_FETCH_LVALUE) {
val = action & HV_FETCH_EMPTY_HE ? NULL : newSV(0);
if (SvMAGICAL(hv)) {
/* At this point the old hv_fetch code would call to hv_store,
which in turn might do some tied magic. So we need to make that
magic check happen. */
/* gonna assign to this, so it better be there */
/* If a fetch-as-store fails on the fetch, then the action is to
recurse once into "hv_store". If we didn't do this, then that
recursive call would call the key conversion routine again.
However, as we replace the original key with the converted
key, this would result in a double conversion, which would show
up as a bug if the conversion routine is not idempotent.
Hence the use of HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY. */
return hv_common(hv, keysv, key, klen, flags,
HV_FETCH_ISSTORE|HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY|return_svp,
val, hash);
/* XXX Surely that could leak if the fetch-was-store fails?
Just like the hv_fetch. */
}
}
/* Welcome to hv_store... */
assert(HvARRAY(hv));
#if 0
if (!HvARRAY(hv)) {
/* Not sure if we can get here. I think the only case of oentry being
NULL is for %ENV with dynamic env fetch. But that should disappear
with magic in the previous code. */
char *array;
Newxz(array,
PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(xhv->xhv_max+1 /* HvMAX(hv)+1 */),
char);
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE**)array;
}
#endif
oentry = &(HvARRAY(hv))[hash & (I32) xhv->xhv_max];
entry = new_HE();
/* share_hek_flags will do the free for us. This might be considered
bad API design. */
if (HvSHAREKEYS(hv))
HeKEY_hek(entry) = share_hek_flags(key, klen, hash, flags);
else if (hv == PL_strtab) {
/* PL_strtab is usually the only hash without HvSHAREKEYS, so putting
this test here is cheap */
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
Perl_croak(aTHX_ S_strtab_error,
action & HV_FETCH_LVALUE ? "fetch" : "store");
}
else /* gotta do the real thing */
HeKEY_hek(entry) = save_hek_flags(key, klen, hash, flags);
HeVAL(entry) = val;
if (!*oentry && SvOOK(hv)) {
/* initial entry, and aux struct present. */
struct xpvhv_aux *const aux = HvAUX(hv);
if (aux->xhv_fill_lazy)
++aux->xhv_fill_lazy;
}
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
/* This logic semi-randomizes the insert order in a bucket.
* Either we insert into the top, or the slot below the top,
* making it harder to see if there is a collision. We also
* reset the iterator randomizer if there is one.
*/
if ( *oentry && PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED) {
PL_hash_rand_bits++;
PL_hash_rand_bits= ROTL_UV(PL_hash_rand_bits,1);
if ( PL_hash_rand_bits & 1 ) {
HeNEXT(entry) = HeNEXT(*oentry);
HeNEXT(*oentry) = entry;
} else {
HeNEXT(entry) = *oentry;
*oentry = entry;
}
} else
#endif
{
HeNEXT(entry) = *oentry;
*oentry = entry;
}
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
/* Currently this makes various tests warn in annoying ways.
* So Silenced for now. - Yves | bogus end of comment =>* /
if (HvAUX(hv)->xhv_riter != -1) {
Perl_ck_warner_d(aTHX_ packWARN(WARN_INTERNAL),
"[TESTING] Inserting into a hash during each() traversal results in undefined behavior"
pTHX__FORMAT
pTHX__VALUE);
}
*/
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED) {
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED == 1)
PL_hash_rand_bits += (PTRV)entry + 1; /* we don't bother to use ptr_hash here */
PL_hash_rand_bits= ROTL_UV(PL_hash_rand_bits,1);
}
HvAUX(hv)->xhv_rand= (U32)PL_hash_rand_bits;
}
#endif
if (val == &PL_sv_placeholder)
HvPLACEHOLDERS(hv)++;
if (masked_flags & HVhek_ENABLEHVKFLAGS)
HvHASKFLAGS_on(hv);
xhv->xhv_keys++; /* HvTOTALKEYS(hv)++ */
if ( DO_HSPLIT(xhv) ) {
const STRLEN oldsize = xhv->xhv_max + 1;
const U32 items = (U32)HvPLACEHOLDERS_get(hv);
if (items /* hash has placeholders */
&& !SvREADONLY(hv) /* but is not a restricted hash */) {
/* If this hash previously was a "restricted hash" and had
placeholders, but the "restricted" flag has been turned off,
then the placeholders no longer serve any useful purpose.
However, they have the downsides of taking up RAM, and adding
extra steps when finding used values. It's safe to clear them
at this point, even though Storable rebuilds restricted hashes by
putting in all the placeholders (first) before turning on the
readonly flag, because Storable always pre-splits the hash.
If we're lucky, then we may clear sufficient placeholders to
avoid needing to split the hash at all. */
clear_placeholders(hv, items);
if (DO_HSPLIT(xhv))
hsplit(hv, oldsize, oldsize * 2);
} else
hsplit(hv, oldsize, oldsize * 2);
}
if (return_svp) {
return entry ? (void *) &HeVAL(entry) : NULL;
}
return (void *) entry;
}
STATIC void
S_hv_magic_check(HV *hv, bool *needs_copy, bool *needs_store)
{
const MAGIC *mg = SvMAGIC(hv);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_MAGIC_CHECK;
*needs_copy = FALSE;
*needs_store = TRUE;
while (mg) {
if (isUPPER(mg->mg_type)) {
*needs_copy = TRUE;
if (mg->mg_type == PERL_MAGIC_tied) {
*needs_store = FALSE;
return; /* We've set all there is to set. */
}
}
mg = mg->mg_moremagic;
}
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_scalar
Evaluates the hash in scalar context and returns the result. Handles magic
when the hash is tied.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_hv_scalar(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
SV *sv;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_SCALAR;
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv)) {
MAGIC * const mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied);
if (mg)
return magic_scalarpack(hv, mg);
}
sv = sv_newmortal();
if (HvTOTALKEYS((const HV *)hv))
Perl_sv_setpvf(aTHX_ sv, "%ld/%ld",
(long)HvFILL(hv), (long)HvMAX(hv) + 1);
else
sv_setiv(sv, 0);
return sv;
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_delete
Deletes a key/value pair in the hash. The value's SV is removed from
the hash, made mortal, and returned to the caller. The absolute
value of C<klen> is the length of the key. If C<klen> is negative the
key is assumed to be in UTF-8-encoded Unicode. The C<flags> value
will normally be zero; if set to G_DISCARD then NULL will be returned.
NULL will also be returned if the key is not found.
=for apidoc hv_delete_ent
Deletes a key/value pair in the hash. The value SV is removed from the hash,
made mortal, and returned to the caller. The C<flags> value will normally be
zero; if set to G_DISCARD then NULL will be returned. NULL will also be
returned if the key is not found. C<hash> can be a valid precomputed hash
value, or 0 to ask for it to be computed.
=cut
*/
STATIC SV *
S_hv_delete_common(pTHX_ HV *hv, SV *keysv, const char *key, STRLEN klen,
int k_flags, I32 d_flags, U32 hash)
{
dVAR;
XPVHV* xhv;
HE *entry;
HE **oentry;
HE **first_entry;
bool is_utf8 = (k_flags & HVhek_UTF8) ? TRUE : FALSE;
int masked_flags;
HEK *keysv_hek = NULL;
U8 mro_changes = 0; /* 1 = isa; 2 = package moved */
SV *sv;
GV *gv = NULL;
HV *stash = NULL;
#ifdef DEBUGGING
unsigned int linear = 0;
#endif
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv)) {
bool needs_copy;
bool needs_store;
hv_magic_check (hv, &needs_copy, &needs_store);
if (needs_copy) {
SV *sv;
entry = (HE *) hv_common(hv, keysv, key, klen,
k_flags & ~HVhek_FREEKEY,
HV_FETCH_LVALUE|HV_DISABLE_UVAR_XKEY,
NULL, hash);
sv = entry ? HeVAL(entry) : NULL;
if (sv) {
if (SvMAGICAL(sv)) {
mg_clear(sv);
}
if (!needs_store) {
if (mg_find(sv, PERL_MAGIC_tiedelem)) {
/* No longer an element */
sv_unmagic(sv, PERL_MAGIC_tiedelem);
return sv;
}
return NULL; /* element cannot be deleted */
}
#ifdef ENV_IS_CASELESS
else if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
/* XXX This code isn't UTF8 clean. */
keysv = newSVpvn_flags(key, klen, SVs_TEMP);
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY) {
Safefree(key);
}
key = strupr(SvPVX(keysv));
is_utf8 = 0;
k_flags = 0;
hash = 0;
}
#endif
}
}
}
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
if (!HvARRAY(hv))
return NULL;
if (is_utf8 && !(k_flags & HVhek_KEYCANONICAL)) {
const char * const keysave = key;
key = (char*)bytes_from_utf8((U8*)key, &klen, &is_utf8);
if (is_utf8)
k_flags |= HVhek_UTF8;
else
k_flags &= ~HVhek_UTF8;
if (key != keysave) {
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY) {
/* This shouldn't happen if our caller does what we expect,
but strictly the API allows it. */
Safefree(keysave);
}
k_flags |= HVhek_WASUTF8 | HVhek_FREEKEY;
}
HvHASKFLAGS_on(MUTABLE_SV(hv));
}
if (keysv && (SvIsCOW_shared_hash(keysv))) {
if (HvSHAREKEYS(hv))
keysv_hek = SvSHARED_HEK_FROM_PV(SvPVX_const(keysv));
hash = SvSHARED_HASH(keysv);
}
else if (!hash)
PERL_HASH(hash, key, klen);
masked_flags = (k_flags & HVhek_MASK);
first_entry = oentry = &(HvARRAY(hv))[hash & (I32) HvMAX(hv)];
entry = *oentry;
if (!entry)
goto not_found;
if (keysv_hek) {
/* keysv is actually a HEK in disguise, so we can match just by
* comparing the HEK pointers in the HE chain. There is a slight
* caveat: on something like "\x80", which has both plain and utf8
* representations, perl's hashes do encoding-insensitive lookups,
* but preserve the encoding of the stored key. Thus a particular
* key could map to two different HEKs in PL_strtab. We only
* conclude 'not found' if all the flags are the same; otherwise
* we fall back to a full search (this should only happen in rare
* cases).
*/
int keysv_flags = HEK_FLAGS(keysv_hek);
for (; entry; oentry = &HeNEXT(entry), entry = *oentry) {
HEK *hek = HeKEY_hek(entry);
DEBUG_H(linear++);
if (hek == keysv_hek)
goto found;
if (HEK_FLAGS(hek) != keysv_flags)
break; /* need to do full match */
}
if (!entry)
goto not_found;
/* failed on shortcut - do full search loop */
oentry = first_entry;
entry = *oentry;
}
for (; entry; oentry = &HeNEXT(entry), entry = *oentry) {
DEBUG_H(linear++);
if (HeHASH(entry) != hash) /* strings can't be equal */
continue;
if (HeKLEN(entry) != (I32)klen)
continue;
if (memNE(HeKEY(entry),key,klen)) /* is this it? */
continue;
if ((HeKFLAGS(entry) ^ masked_flags) & HVhek_UTF8)
continue;
found:
if (hv == PL_strtab) {
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
Perl_croak(aTHX_ S_strtab_error, "delete");
}
/* if placeholder is here, it's already been deleted.... */
if (HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
DEBUG_H(PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, "HASH %6lu\t%6lu\t%u DELpl\n", HvKEYS(hv), HvMAX(hv), linear));
return NULL;
}
if (SvREADONLY(hv) && HeVAL(entry) && SvREADONLY(HeVAL(entry))) {
hv_notallowed(k_flags, key, klen,
"Attempt to delete readonly key '%"SVf"' from"
" a restricted hash");
}
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
/* If this is a stash and the key ends with ::, then someone is
* deleting a package.
*/
if (HeVAL(entry) && HvENAME_get(hv)) {
gv = (GV *)HeVAL(entry);
if (keysv) key = SvPV(keysv, klen);
if ((
(klen > 1 && key[klen-2] == ':' && key[klen-1] == ':')
||
(klen == 1 && key[0] == ':')
)
&& (klen != 6 || hv!=PL_defstash || memNE(key,"main::",6))
&& SvTYPE(gv) == SVt_PVGV && (stash = GvHV((GV *)gv))
&& HvENAME_get(stash)) {
/* A previous version of this code checked that the
* GV was still in the symbol table by fetching the
* GV with its name. That is not necessary (and
* sometimes incorrect), as HvENAME cannot be set
* on hv if it is not in the symtab. */
mro_changes = 2;
/* Hang on to it for a bit. */
SvREFCNT_inc_simple_void_NN(
sv_2mortal((SV *)gv)
);
}
else if (klen == 3 && strnEQ(key, "ISA", 3))
mro_changes = 1;
}
sv = d_flags & G_DISCARD ? HeVAL(entry) : sv_2mortal(HeVAL(entry));
HeVAL(entry) = &PL_sv_placeholder;
if (sv) {
/* deletion of method from stash */
if (isGV(sv) && isGV_with_GP(sv) && GvCVu(sv)
&& HvENAME_get(hv))
mro_method_changed_in(hv);
}
/*
* If a restricted hash, rather than really deleting the entry, put
* a placeholder there. This marks the key as being "approved", so
* we can still access via not-really-existing key without raising
* an error.
*/
if (SvREADONLY(hv))
/* We'll be saving this slot, so the number of allocated keys
* doesn't go down, but the number placeholders goes up */
HvPLACEHOLDERS(hv)++;
else {
*oentry = HeNEXT(entry);
if(!*first_entry && SvOOK(hv)) {
/* removed last entry, and aux struct present. */
struct xpvhv_aux *const aux = HvAUX(hv);
if (aux->xhv_fill_lazy)
--aux->xhv_fill_lazy;
}
if (SvOOK(hv) && entry == HvAUX(hv)->xhv_eiter /* HvEITER(hv) */)
HvLAZYDEL_on(hv);
else {
if (SvOOK(hv) && HvLAZYDEL(hv) &&
entry == HeNEXT(HvAUX(hv)->xhv_eiter))
HeNEXT(HvAUX(hv)->xhv_eiter) = HeNEXT(entry);
hv_free_ent(hv, entry);
}
xhv->xhv_keys--; /* HvTOTALKEYS(hv)-- */
if (xhv->xhv_keys == 0)
HvHASKFLAGS_off(hv);
}
if (d_flags & G_DISCARD) {
SvREFCNT_dec(sv);
sv = NULL;
}
if (mro_changes == 1) mro_isa_changed_in(hv);
else if (mro_changes == 2)
mro_package_moved(NULL, stash, gv, 1);
DEBUG_H(PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, "HASH %6lu\t%6lu\t%u DEL+\n", HvKEYS(hv), HvMAX(hv), linear));
return sv;
}
not_found:
if (SvREADONLY(hv)) {
hv_notallowed(k_flags, key, klen,
"Attempt to delete disallowed key '%"SVf"' from"
" a restricted hash");
}
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(key);
DEBUG_H(PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, "HASH %6lu\t%6lu\t%u DEL-\n", HvKEYS(hv), HvMAX(hv), linear));
return NULL;
}
STATIC void
S_hsplit(pTHX_ HV *hv, STRLEN const oldsize, STRLEN newsize)
{
STRLEN i = 0;
char *a = (char*) HvARRAY(hv);
HE **aep;
bool do_aux= (
/* already have an HvAUX(hv) so we have to move it */
SvOOK(hv) ||
/* no HvAUX() but array we are going to allocate is large enough
* there is no point in saving the space for the iterator, and
* speeds up later traversals. */
( ( hv != PL_strtab ) && ( newsize >= PERL_HV_ALLOC_AUX_SIZE ) )
);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HSPLIT;
PL_nomemok = TRUE;
Renew(a, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(newsize)
+ (do_aux ? sizeof(struct xpvhv_aux) : 0), char);
PL_nomemok = FALSE;
if (!a) {
return;
}
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
/* the idea of this is that we create a "random" value by hashing the address of
* the array, we then use the low bit to decide if we insert at the top, or insert
* second from top. After each such insert we rotate the hashed value. So we can
* use the same hashed value over and over, and in normal build environments use
* very few ops to do so. ROTL32() should produce a single machine operation. */
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED) {
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED == 1)
PL_hash_rand_bits += ptr_hash((PTRV)a);
PL_hash_rand_bits = ROTL_UV(PL_hash_rand_bits,1);
}
#endif
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE**) a;
HvMAX(hv) = newsize - 1;
/* before we zero the newly added memory, we
* need to deal with the aux struct that may be there
* or have been allocated by us*/
if (do_aux) {
struct xpvhv_aux *const dest
= (struct xpvhv_aux*) &a[newsize * sizeof(HE*)];
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
/* alread have an aux, copy the old one in place. */
Move(&a[oldsize * sizeof(HE*)], dest, 1, struct xpvhv_aux);
/* we reset the iterator's xhv_rand as well, so they get a totally new ordering */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
dest->xhv_rand = (U32)PL_hash_rand_bits;
#endif
/* For now, just reset the lazy fill counter.
It would be possible to update the counter in the code below
instead. */
dest->xhv_fill_lazy = 0;
} else {
/* no existing aux structure, but we allocated space for one
* so initialize it properly. This unrolls hv_auxinit() a bit,
* since we have to do the realloc anyway. */
/* first we set the iterator's xhv_rand so it can be copied into lastrand below */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
dest->xhv_rand = (U32)PL_hash_rand_bits;
#endif
/* this is the "non realloc" part of the hv_auxinit() */
(void)hv_auxinit_internal(dest);
/* Turn on the OOK flag */
SvOOK_on(hv);
}
}
/* now we can safely clear the second half */
Zero(&a[oldsize * sizeof(HE*)], (newsize-oldsize) * sizeof(HE*), char); /* zero 2nd half*/
if (!HvTOTALKEYS(hv)) /* skip rest if no entries */
return;
newsize--;
aep = (HE**)a;
do {
HE **oentry = aep + i;
HE *entry = aep[i];
if (!entry) /* non-existent */
continue;
do {
U32 j = (HeHASH(entry) & newsize);
if (j != (U32)i) {
*oentry = HeNEXT(entry);
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
/* if the target cell is empty or PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED is false
* insert to top, otherwise rotate the bucket rand 1 bit,
* and use the new low bit to decide if we insert at top,
* or next from top. IOW, we only rotate on a collision.*/
if (aep[j] && PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED) {
PL_hash_rand_bits+= ROTL32(HeHASH(entry), 17);
PL_hash_rand_bits= ROTL_UV(PL_hash_rand_bits,1);
if (PL_hash_rand_bits & 1) {
HeNEXT(entry)= HeNEXT(aep[j]);
HeNEXT(aep[j])= entry;
} else {
/* Note, this is structured in such a way as the optimizer
* should eliminate the duplicated code here and below without
* us needing to explicitly use a goto. */
HeNEXT(entry) = aep[j];
aep[j] = entry;
}
} else
#endif
{
/* see comment above about duplicated code */
HeNEXT(entry) = aep[j];
aep[j] = entry;
}
}
else {
oentry = &HeNEXT(entry);
}
entry = *oentry;
} while (entry);
} while (i++ < oldsize);
}
void
Perl_hv_ksplit(pTHX_ HV *hv, IV newmax)
{
XPVHV* xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
const I32 oldsize = (I32) xhv->xhv_max+1; /* HvMAX(hv)+1 (sick) */
I32 newsize;
char *a;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_KSPLIT;
newsize = (I32) newmax; /* possible truncation here */
if (newsize != newmax || newmax <= oldsize)
return;
while ((newsize & (1 + ~newsize)) != newsize) {
newsize &= ~(newsize & (1 + ~newsize)); /* get proper power of 2 */
}
if (newsize < newmax)
newsize *= 2;
if (newsize < newmax)
return; /* overflow detection */
a = (char *) HvARRAY(hv);
if (a) {
hsplit(hv, oldsize, newsize);
} else {
Newxz(a, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(newsize), char);
xhv->xhv_max = --newsize;
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE **) a;
}
}
/* IMO this should also handle cases where hv_max is smaller than hv_keys
* as tied hashes could play silly buggers and mess us around. We will
* do the right thing during hv_store() afterwards, but still - Yves */
#define HV_SET_MAX_ADJUSTED_FOR_KEYS(hv,hv_max,hv_keys) STMT_START {\
/* Can we use fewer buckets? (hv_max is always 2^n-1) */ \
if (hv_max < PERL_HASH_DEFAULT_HvMAX) { \
hv_max = PERL_HASH_DEFAULT_HvMAX; \
} else { \
while (hv_max > PERL_HASH_DEFAULT_HvMAX && hv_max + 1 >= hv_keys * 2) \
hv_max = hv_max / 2; \
} \
HvMAX(hv) = hv_max; \
} STMT_END
HV *
Perl_newHVhv(pTHX_ HV *ohv)
{
dVAR;
HV * const hv = newHV();
STRLEN hv_max;
if (!ohv || (!HvTOTALKEYS(ohv) && !SvMAGICAL((const SV *)ohv)))
return hv;
hv_max = HvMAX(ohv);
if (!SvMAGICAL((const SV *)ohv)) {
/* It's an ordinary hash, so copy it fast. AMS 20010804 */
STRLEN i;
const bool shared = !!HvSHAREKEYS(ohv);
HE **ents, ** const oents = (HE **)HvARRAY(ohv);
char *a;
Newx(a, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(hv_max+1), char);
ents = (HE**)a;
/* In each bucket... */
for (i = 0; i <= hv_max; i++) {
HE *prev = NULL;
HE *oent = oents[i];
if (!oent) {
ents[i] = NULL;
continue;
}
/* Copy the linked list of entries. */
for (; oent; oent = HeNEXT(oent)) {
const U32 hash = HeHASH(oent);
const char * const key = HeKEY(oent);
const STRLEN len = HeKLEN(oent);
const int flags = HeKFLAGS(oent);
HE * const ent = new_HE();
SV *const val = HeVAL(oent);
HeVAL(ent) = SvIMMORTAL(val) ? val : newSVsv(val);
HeKEY_hek(ent)
= shared ? share_hek_flags(key, len, hash, flags)
: save_hek_flags(key, len, hash, flags);
if (prev)
HeNEXT(prev) = ent;
else
ents[i] = ent;
prev = ent;
HeNEXT(ent) = NULL;
}
}
HvMAX(hv) = hv_max;
HvTOTALKEYS(hv) = HvTOTALKEYS(ohv);
HvARRAY(hv) = ents;
} /* not magical */
else {
/* Iterate over ohv, copying keys and values one at a time. */
HE *entry;
const I32 riter = HvRITER_get(ohv);
HE * const eiter = HvEITER_get(ohv);
STRLEN hv_keys = HvTOTALKEYS(ohv);
HV_SET_MAX_ADJUSTED_FOR_KEYS(hv,hv_max,hv_keys);
hv_iterinit(ohv);
while ((entry = hv_iternext_flags(ohv, 0))) {
SV *val = hv_iterval(ohv,entry);
SV * const keysv = HeSVKEY(entry);
val = SvIMMORTAL(val) ? val : newSVsv(val);
if (keysv)
(void)hv_store_ent(hv, keysv, val, 0);
else
(void)hv_store_flags(hv, HeKEY(entry), HeKLEN(entry), val,
HeHASH(entry), HeKFLAGS(entry));
}
HvRITER_set(ohv, riter);
HvEITER_set(ohv, eiter);
}
return hv;
}
/*
=for apidoc Am|HV *|hv_copy_hints_hv|HV *ohv
A specialised version of L</newHVhv> for copying C<%^H>. I<ohv> must be
a pointer to a hash (which may have C<%^H> magic, but should be generally
non-magical), or C<NULL> (interpreted as an empty hash). The content
of I<ohv> is copied to a new hash, which has the C<%^H>-specific magic
added to it. A pointer to the new hash is returned.
=cut
*/
HV *
Perl_hv_copy_hints_hv(pTHX_ HV *const ohv)
{
HV * const hv = newHV();
if (ohv) {
STRLEN hv_max = HvMAX(ohv);
STRLEN hv_keys = HvTOTALKEYS(ohv);
HE *entry;
const I32 riter = HvRITER_get(ohv);
HE * const eiter = HvEITER_get(ohv);
ENTER;
SAVEFREESV(hv);
HV_SET_MAX_ADJUSTED_FOR_KEYS(hv,hv_max,hv_keys);
hv_iterinit(ohv);
while ((entry = hv_iternext_flags(ohv, 0))) {
SV *const sv = newSVsv(hv_iterval(ohv,entry));
SV *heksv = HeSVKEY(entry);
if (!heksv && sv) heksv = newSVhek(HeKEY_hek(entry));
if (sv) sv_magic(sv, NULL, PERL_MAGIC_hintselem,
(char *)heksv, HEf_SVKEY);
if (heksv == HeSVKEY(entry))
(void)hv_store_ent(hv, heksv, sv, 0);
else {
(void)hv_common(hv, heksv, HeKEY(entry), HeKLEN(entry),
HeKFLAGS(entry), HV_FETCH_ISSTORE|HV_FETCH_JUST_SV, sv, HeHASH(entry));
SvREFCNT_dec_NN(heksv);
}
}
HvRITER_set(ohv, riter);
HvEITER_set(ohv, eiter);
SvREFCNT_inc_simple_void_NN(hv);
LEAVE;
}
hv_magic(hv, NULL, PERL_MAGIC_hints);
return hv;
}
#undef HV_SET_MAX_ADJUSTED_FOR_KEYS
/* like hv_free_ent, but returns the SV rather than freeing it */
STATIC SV*
S_hv_free_ent_ret(pTHX_ HV *hv, HE *entry)
{
SV *val;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_FREE_ENT_RET;
val = HeVAL(entry);
if (HeKLEN(entry) == HEf_SVKEY) {
SvREFCNT_dec(HeKEY_sv(entry));
Safefree(HeKEY_hek(entry));
}
else if (HvSHAREKEYS(hv))
unshare_hek(HeKEY_hek(entry));
else
Safefree(HeKEY_hek(entry));
del_HE(entry);
return val;
}
void
Perl_hv_free_ent(pTHX_ HV *hv, HE *entry)
{
SV *val;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_FREE_ENT;
if (!entry)
return;
val = hv_free_ent_ret(hv, entry);
SvREFCNT_dec(val);
}
void
Perl_hv_delayfree_ent(pTHX_ HV *hv, HE *entry)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_DELAYFREE_ENT;
if (!entry)
return;
/* SvREFCNT_inc to counter the SvREFCNT_dec in hv_free_ent */
sv_2mortal(SvREFCNT_inc(HeVAL(entry))); /* free between statements */
if (HeKLEN(entry) == HEf_SVKEY) {
sv_2mortal(SvREFCNT_inc(HeKEY_sv(entry)));
}
hv_free_ent(hv, entry);
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_clear
Frees the all the elements of a hash, leaving it empty.
The XS equivalent of C<%hash = ()>. See also L</hv_undef>.
If any destructors are triggered as a result, the hv itself may
be freed.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_hv_clear(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
dVAR;
XPVHV* xhv;
if (!hv)
return;
DEBUG_A(Perl_hv_assert(aTHX_ hv));
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
ENTER;
SAVEFREESV(SvREFCNT_inc_simple_NN(hv));
if (SvREADONLY(hv) && HvARRAY(hv) != NULL) {
/* restricted hash: convert all keys to placeholders */
STRLEN i;
for (i = 0; i <= xhv->xhv_max; i++) {
HE *entry = (HvARRAY(hv))[i];
for (; entry; entry = HeNEXT(entry)) {
/* not already placeholder */
if (HeVAL(entry) != &PL_sv_placeholder) {
if (HeVAL(entry)) {
if (SvREADONLY(HeVAL(entry))) {
SV* const keysv = hv_iterkeysv(entry);
Perl_croak_nocontext(
"Attempt to delete readonly key '%"SVf"' from a restricted hash",
(void*)keysv);
}
SvREFCNT_dec_NN(HeVAL(entry));
}
HeVAL(entry) = &PL_sv_placeholder;
HvPLACEHOLDERS(hv)++;
}
}
}
}
else {
hfreeentries(hv);
HvPLACEHOLDERS_set(hv, 0);
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv))
mg_clear(MUTABLE_SV(hv));
HvHASKFLAGS_off(hv);
}
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
if(HvENAME_get(hv))
mro_isa_changed_in(hv);
HvEITER_set(hv, NULL);
}
LEAVE;
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_clear_placeholders
Clears any placeholders from a hash. If a restricted hash has any of its keys
marked as readonly and the key is subsequently deleted, the key is not actually
deleted but is marked by assigning it a value of &PL_sv_placeholder. This tags
it so it will be ignored by future operations such as iterating over the hash,
but will still allow the hash to have a value reassigned to the key at some
future point. This function clears any such placeholder keys from the hash.
See Hash::Util::lock_keys() for an example of its use.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_hv_clear_placeholders(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
const U32 items = (U32)HvPLACEHOLDERS_get(hv);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_CLEAR_PLACEHOLDERS;
if (items)
clear_placeholders(hv, items);
}
static void
S_clear_placeholders(pTHX_ HV *hv, U32 items)
{
dVAR;
I32 i;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_CLEAR_PLACEHOLDERS;
if (items == 0)
return;
i = HvMAX(hv);
do {
/* Loop down the linked list heads */
HE **oentry = &(HvARRAY(hv))[i];
HE *entry;
while ((entry = *oentry)) {
if (HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
*oentry = HeNEXT(entry);
if (entry == HvEITER_get(hv))
HvLAZYDEL_on(hv);
else {
if (SvOOK(hv) && HvLAZYDEL(hv) &&
entry == HeNEXT(HvAUX(hv)->xhv_eiter))
HeNEXT(HvAUX(hv)->xhv_eiter) = HeNEXT(entry);
hv_free_ent(hv, entry);
}
if (--items == 0) {
/* Finished. */
I32 placeholders = HvPLACEHOLDERS_get(hv);
HvTOTALKEYS(hv) -= (IV)placeholders;
/* HvUSEDKEYS expanded */
if ((HvTOTALKEYS(hv) - placeholders) == 0)
HvHASKFLAGS_off(hv);
HvPLACEHOLDERS_set(hv, 0);
return;
}
} else {
oentry = &HeNEXT(entry);
}
}
} while (--i >= 0);
/* You can't get here, hence assertion should always fail. */
assert (items == 0);
NOT_REACHED; /* NOTREACHED */
}
STATIC void
S_hfreeentries(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
STRLEN index = 0;
XPVHV * const xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
SV *sv;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HFREEENTRIES;
while ((sv = Perl_hfree_next_entry(aTHX_ hv, &index))||xhv->xhv_keys) {
SvREFCNT_dec(sv);
}
}
/* hfree_next_entry()
* For use only by S_hfreeentries() and sv_clear().
* Delete the next available HE from hv and return the associated SV.
* Returns null on empty hash. Nevertheless null is not a reliable
* indicator that the hash is empty, as the deleted entry may have a
* null value.
* indexp is a pointer to the current index into HvARRAY. The index should
* initially be set to 0. hfree_next_entry() may update it. */
SV*
Perl_hfree_next_entry(pTHX_ HV *hv, STRLEN *indexp)
{
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
HE *entry;
HE ** array;
#ifdef DEBUGGING
STRLEN orig_index = *indexp;
#endif
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HFREE_NEXT_ENTRY;
if (SvOOK(hv) && ((iter = HvAUX(hv)))) {
if ((entry = iter->xhv_eiter)) {
/* the iterator may get resurrected after each
* destructor call, so check each time */
if (entry && HvLAZYDEL(hv)) { /* was deleted earlier? */
HvLAZYDEL_off(hv);
hv_free_ent(hv, entry);
/* warning: at this point HvARRAY may have been
* re-allocated, HvMAX changed etc */
}
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may have been realloced */
iter->xhv_riter = -1; /* HvRITER(hv) = -1 */
iter->xhv_eiter = NULL; /* HvEITER(hv) = NULL */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand;
#endif
}
/* Reset any cached HvFILL() to "unknown". It's unlikely that anyone
will actually call HvFILL() on a hash under destruction, so it
seems pointless attempting to track the number of keys remaining.
But if they do, we want to reset it again. */
if (iter->xhv_fill_lazy)
iter->xhv_fill_lazy = 0;
}
if (!((XPVHV*)SvANY(hv))->xhv_keys)
return NULL;
array = HvARRAY(hv);
assert(array);
while ( ! ((entry = array[*indexp])) ) {
if ((*indexp)++ >= HvMAX(hv))
*indexp = 0;
assert(*indexp != orig_index);
}
array[*indexp] = HeNEXT(entry);
((XPVHV*) SvANY(hv))->xhv_keys--;
if ( PL_phase != PERL_PHASE_DESTRUCT && HvENAME(hv)
&& HeVAL(entry) && isGV(HeVAL(entry))
&& GvHV(HeVAL(entry)) && HvENAME(GvHV(HeVAL(entry)))
) {
STRLEN klen;
const char * const key = HePV(entry,klen);
if ((klen > 1 && key[klen-1]==':' && key[klen-2]==':')
|| (klen == 1 && key[0] == ':')) {
mro_package_moved(
NULL, GvHV(HeVAL(entry)),
(GV *)HeVAL(entry), 0
);
}
}
return hv_free_ent_ret(hv, entry);
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_undef
Undefines the hash. The XS equivalent of C<undef(%hash)>.
As well as freeing all the elements of the hash (like hv_clear()), this
also frees any auxiliary data and storage associated with the hash.
If any destructors are triggered as a result, the hv itself may
be freed.
See also L</hv_clear>.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_hv_undef_flags(pTHX_ HV *hv, U32 flags)
{
XPVHV* xhv;
bool save;
if (!hv)
return;
save = !!SvREFCNT(hv);
DEBUG_A(Perl_hv_assert(aTHX_ hv));
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
/* The name must be deleted before the call to hfreeeeentries so that
CVs are anonymised properly. But the effective name must be pre-
served until after that call (and only deleted afterwards if the
call originated from sv_clear). For stashes with one name that is
both the canonical name and the effective name, hv_name_set has to
allocate an array for storing the effective name. We can skip that
during global destruction, as it does not matter where the CVs point
if they will be freed anyway. */
/* note that the code following prior to hfreeentries is duplicated
* in sv_clear(), and changes here should be done there too */
if (PL_phase != PERL_PHASE_DESTRUCT && HvNAME(hv)) {
if (PL_stashcache) {
DEBUG_o(Perl_deb(aTHX_ "hv_undef_flags clearing PL_stashcache for '%"
HEKf"'\n", HEKfARG(HvNAME_HEK(hv))));
(void)hv_deletehek(PL_stashcache, HvNAME_HEK(hv), G_DISCARD);
}
hv_name_set(hv, NULL, 0, 0);
}
if (save) {
ENTER;
SAVEFREESV(SvREFCNT_inc_simple_NN(hv));
}
hfreeentries(hv);
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
struct mro_meta *meta;
const char *name;
if (HvENAME_get(hv)) {
if (PL_phase != PERL_PHASE_DESTRUCT)
mro_isa_changed_in(hv);
if (PL_stashcache) {
DEBUG_o(Perl_deb(aTHX_ "hv_undef_flags clearing PL_stashcache for effective name '%"
HEKf"'\n", HEKfARG(HvENAME_HEK(hv))));
(void)hv_deletehek(PL_stashcache, HvENAME_HEK(hv), G_DISCARD);
}
}
/* If this call originated from sv_clear, then we must check for
* effective names that need freeing, as well as the usual name. */
name = HvNAME(hv);
if (flags & HV_NAME_SETALL ? !!HvAUX(hv)->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name : !!name) {
if (name && PL_stashcache) {
DEBUG_o(Perl_deb(aTHX_ "hv_undef_flags clearing PL_stashcache for name '%"
HEKf"'\n", HEKfARG(HvNAME_HEK(hv))));
(void)hv_deletehek(PL_stashcache, HvNAME_HEK(hv), G_DISCARD);
}
hv_name_set(hv, NULL, 0, flags);
}
if((meta = HvAUX(hv)->xhv_mro_meta)) {
if (meta->mro_linear_all) {
SvREFCNT_dec_NN(meta->mro_linear_all);
/* mro_linear_current is just acting as a shortcut pointer,
hence the else. */
}
else
/* Only the current MRO is stored, so this owns the data.
*/
SvREFCNT_dec(meta->mro_linear_current);
SvREFCNT_dec(meta->mro_nextmethod);
SvREFCNT_dec(meta->isa);
SvREFCNT_dec(meta->super);
Safefree(meta);
HvAUX(hv)->xhv_mro_meta = NULL;
}
if (!HvAUX(hv)->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name && ! HvAUX(hv)->xhv_backreferences)
SvFLAGS(hv) &= ~SVf_OOK;
}
if (!SvOOK(hv)) {
Safefree(HvARRAY(hv));
xhv->xhv_max = PERL_HASH_DEFAULT_HvMAX; /* HvMAX(hv) = 7 (it's a normal hash) */
HvARRAY(hv) = 0;
}
/* if we're freeing the HV, the SvMAGIC field has been reused for
* other purposes, and so there can't be any placeholder magic */
if (SvREFCNT(hv))
HvPLACEHOLDERS_set(hv, 0);
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv))
mg_clear(MUTABLE_SV(hv));
if (save) LEAVE;
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_fill
Returns the number of hash buckets that
happen to be in use. This function is
wrapped by the macro C<HvFILL>.
Previously this value was always stored in the HV structure, which created an
overhead on every hash (and pretty much every object) for something that was
rarely used. Now we calculate it on demand the first
time that it is needed, and cache it if that calculation
is going to be costly to repeat. The cached
value is updated by insertions and deletions, but (currently) discarded if
the hash is split.
=cut
*/
STRLEN
Perl_hv_fill(pTHX_ HV *const hv)
{
STRLEN count = 0;
HE **ents = HvARRAY(hv);
struct xpvhv_aux *aux = SvOOK(hv) ? HvAUX(hv) : NULL;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_FILL;
/* No keys implies no buckets used.
One key can only possibly mean one bucket used. */
if (HvTOTALKEYS(hv) < 2)
return HvTOTALKEYS(hv);
#ifndef DEBUGGING
if (aux && aux->xhv_fill_lazy)
return aux->xhv_fill_lazy;
#endif
if (ents) {
HE *const *const last = ents + HvMAX(hv);
count = last + 1 - ents;
do {
if (!*ents)
--count;
} while (++ents <= last);
}
if (aux) {
#ifdef DEBUGGING
if (aux->xhv_fill_lazy)
assert(aux->xhv_fill_lazy == count);
#endif
aux->xhv_fill_lazy = count;
} else if (HvMAX(hv) >= HV_FILL_THRESHOLD) {
aux = hv_auxinit(hv);
aux->xhv_fill_lazy = count;
}
return count;
}
/* hash a pointer to a U32 - Used in the hash traversal randomization
* and bucket order randomization code
*
* this code was derived from Sereal, which was derived from autobox.
*/
PERL_STATIC_INLINE U32 S_ptr_hash(PTRV u) {
#if PTRSIZE == 8
/*
* This is one of Thomas Wang's hash functions for 64-bit integers from:
* http://www.concentric.net/~Ttwang/tech/inthash.htm
*/
u = (~u) + (u << 18);
u = u ^ (u >> 31);
u = u * 21;
u = u ^ (u >> 11);
u = u + (u << 6);
u = u ^ (u >> 22);
#else
/*
* This is one of Bob Jenkins' hash functions for 32-bit integers
* from: http://burtleburtle.net/bob/hash/integer.html
*/
u = (u + 0x7ed55d16) + (u << 12);
u = (u ^ 0xc761c23c) ^ (u >> 19);
u = (u + 0x165667b1) + (u << 5);
u = (u + 0xd3a2646c) ^ (u << 9);
u = (u + 0xfd7046c5) + (u << 3);
u = (u ^ 0xb55a4f09) ^ (u >> 16);
#endif
return (U32)u;
}
static struct xpvhv_aux*
S_hv_auxinit_internal(struct xpvhv_aux *iter) {
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_AUXINIT_INTERNAL;
iter->xhv_riter = -1; /* HvRITER(hv) = -1 */
iter->xhv_eiter = NULL; /* HvEITER(hv) = NULL */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand;
#endif
iter->xhv_fill_lazy = 0;
iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name = 0;
iter->xhv_name_count = 0;
iter->xhv_backreferences = 0;
iter->xhv_mro_meta = NULL;
iter->xhv_aux_flags = 0;
return iter;
}
static struct xpvhv_aux*
S_hv_auxinit(pTHX_ HV *hv) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
char *array;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_AUXINIT;
if (!SvOOK(hv)) {
if (!HvARRAY(hv)) {
Newxz(array, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(HvMAX(hv) + 1)
+ sizeof(struct xpvhv_aux), char);
} else {
array = (char *) HvARRAY(hv);
Renew(array, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(HvMAX(hv) + 1)
+ sizeof(struct xpvhv_aux), char);
}
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE**)array;
SvOOK_on(hv);
iter = HvAUX(hv);
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED) {
/* mix in some new state to PL_hash_rand_bits to "randomize" the traversal order*/
if (PL_HASH_RAND_BITS_ENABLED == 1)
PL_hash_rand_bits += ptr_hash((PTRV)array);
PL_hash_rand_bits = ROTL_UV(PL_hash_rand_bits,1);
}
iter->xhv_rand = (U32)PL_hash_rand_bits;
#endif
} else {
iter = HvAUX(hv);
}
return hv_auxinit_internal(iter);
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_iterinit
Prepares a starting point to traverse a hash table. Returns the number of
keys in the hash (i.e. the same as C<HvUSEDKEYS(hv)>). The return value is
currently only meaningful for hashes without tie magic.
NOTE: Before version 5.004_65, C<hv_iterinit> used to return the number of
hash buckets that happen to be in use. If you still need that esoteric
value, you can get it through the macro C<HvFILL(hv)>.
=cut
*/
I32
Perl_hv_iterinit(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERINIT;
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
struct xpvhv_aux * iter = HvAUX(hv);
HE * const entry = iter->xhv_eiter; /* HvEITER(hv) */
if (entry && HvLAZYDEL(hv)) { /* was deleted earlier? */
HvLAZYDEL_off(hv);
hv_free_ent(hv, entry);
}
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may have been reallocated */
iter->xhv_riter = -1; /* HvRITER(hv) = -1 */
iter->xhv_eiter = NULL; /* HvEITER(hv) = NULL */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand;
#endif
} else {
hv_auxinit(hv);
}
/* used to be xhv->xhv_fill before 5.004_65 */
return HvTOTALKEYS(hv);
}
I32 *
Perl_hv_riter_p(pTHX_ HV *hv) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_RITER_P;
iter = SvOOK(hv) ? HvAUX(hv) : hv_auxinit(hv);
return &(iter->xhv_riter);
}
HE **
Perl_hv_eiter_p(pTHX_ HV *hv) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_EITER_P;
iter = SvOOK(hv) ? HvAUX(hv) : hv_auxinit(hv);
return &(iter->xhv_eiter);
}
void
Perl_hv_riter_set(pTHX_ HV *hv, I32 riter) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_RITER_SET;
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
iter = HvAUX(hv);
} else {
if (riter == -1)
return;
iter = hv_auxinit(hv);
}
iter->xhv_riter = riter;
}
void
Perl_hv_rand_set(pTHX_ HV *hv, U32 new_xhv_rand) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_RAND_SET;
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
iter = HvAUX(hv);
} else {
iter = hv_auxinit(hv);
}
iter->xhv_rand = new_xhv_rand;
#else
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "This Perl has not been built with support for randomized hash key traversal but something called Perl_hv_rand_set().");
#endif
}
void
Perl_hv_eiter_set(pTHX_ HV *hv, HE *eiter) {
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_EITER_SET;
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
iter = HvAUX(hv);
} else {
/* 0 is the default so don't go malloc()ing a new structure just to
hold 0. */
if (!eiter)
return;
iter = hv_auxinit(hv);
}
iter->xhv_eiter = eiter;
}
void
Perl_hv_name_set(pTHX_ HV *hv, const char *name, U32 len, U32 flags)
{
dVAR;
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
U32 hash;
HEK **spot;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_NAME_SET;
if (len > I32_MAX)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: hv name too long (%"UVuf")", (UV) len);
if (SvOOK(hv)) {
iter = HvAUX(hv);
if (iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name) {
if(iter->xhv_name_count) {
if(flags & HV_NAME_SETALL) {
HEK ** const name = HvAUX(hv)->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names;
HEK **hekp = name + (
iter->xhv_name_count < 0
? -iter->xhv_name_count
: iter->xhv_name_count
);
while(hekp-- > name+1)
unshare_hek_or_pvn(*hekp, 0, 0, 0);
/* The first elem may be null. */
if(*name) unshare_hek_or_pvn(*name, 0, 0, 0);
Safefree(name);
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
spot = &iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
iter->xhv_name_count = 0;
}
else {
if(iter->xhv_name_count > 0) {
/* shift some things over */
Renew(
iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names, iter->xhv_name_count + 1, HEK *
);
spot = iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names;
spot[iter->xhv_name_count] = spot[1];
spot[1] = spot[0];
iter->xhv_name_count = -(iter->xhv_name_count + 1);
}
else if(*(spot = iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names)) {
unshare_hek_or_pvn(*spot, 0, 0, 0);
}
}
}
else if (flags & HV_NAME_SETALL) {
unshare_hek_or_pvn(iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name, 0, 0, 0);
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
spot = &iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
}
else {
HEK * const existing_name = iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
Newx(iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names, 2, HEK *);
iter->xhv_name_count = -2;
spot = iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names;
spot[1] = existing_name;
}
}
else { spot = &iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name; iter->xhv_name_count = 0; }
} else {
if (name == 0)
return;
iter = hv_auxinit(hv);
spot = &iter->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
}
PERL_HASH(hash, name, len);
*spot = name ? share_hek(name, flags & SVf_UTF8 ? -(I32)len : (I32)len, hash) : NULL;
}
/*
This is basically sv_eq_flags() in sv.c, but we avoid the magic
and bytes checking.
*/
STATIC I32
hek_eq_pvn_flags(pTHX_ const HEK *hek, const char* pv, const I32 pvlen, const U32 flags) {
if ( (HEK_UTF8(hek) ? 1 : 0) != (flags & SVf_UTF8 ? 1 : 0) ) {
if (flags & SVf_UTF8)
return (bytes_cmp_utf8(
(const U8*)HEK_KEY(hek), HEK_LEN(hek),
(const U8*)pv, pvlen) == 0);
else
return (bytes_cmp_utf8(
(const U8*)pv, pvlen,
(const U8*)HEK_KEY(hek), HEK_LEN(hek)) == 0);
}
else
return HEK_LEN(hek) == pvlen && ((HEK_KEY(hek) == pv)
|| memEQ(HEK_KEY(hek), pv, pvlen));
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_ename_add
Adds a name to a stash's internal list of effective names. See
C<hv_ename_delete>.
This is called when a stash is assigned to a new location in the symbol
table.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_hv_ename_add(pTHX_ HV *hv, const char *name, U32 len, U32 flags)
{
dVAR;
struct xpvhv_aux *aux = SvOOK(hv) ? HvAUX(hv) : hv_auxinit(hv);
U32 hash;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ENAME_ADD;
if (len > I32_MAX)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: hv name too long (%"UVuf")", (UV) len);
PERL_HASH(hash, name, len);
if (aux->xhv_name_count) {
I32 count = aux->xhv_name_count;
HEK ** const xhv_name = aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names + (count<0);
HEK **hekp = xhv_name + (count < 0 ? -count - 1 : count);
while (hekp-- > xhv_name)
{
assert(*hekp);
if (
(HEK_UTF8(*hekp) || (flags & SVf_UTF8))
? hek_eq_pvn_flags(aTHX_ *hekp, name, (I32)len, flags)
: (HEK_LEN(*hekp) == (I32)len && memEQ(HEK_KEY(*hekp), name, len))
) {
if (hekp == xhv_name && count < 0)
aux->xhv_name_count = -count;
return;
}
}
if (count < 0) aux->xhv_name_count--, count = -count;
else aux->xhv_name_count++;
Renew(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names, count + 1, HEK *);
(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names)[count] = share_hek(name, (flags & SVf_UTF8 ? -(I32)len : (I32)len), hash);
}
else {
HEK *existing_name = aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
if (
existing_name && (
(HEK_UTF8(existing_name) || (flags & SVf_UTF8))
? hek_eq_pvn_flags(aTHX_ existing_name, name, (I32)len, flags)
: (HEK_LEN(existing_name) == (I32)len && memEQ(HEK_KEY(existing_name), name, len))
)
) return;
Newx(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names, 2, HEK *);
aux->xhv_name_count = existing_name ? 2 : -2;
*aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names = existing_name;
(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names)[1] = share_hek(name, (flags & SVf_UTF8 ? -(I32)len : (I32)len), hash);
}
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_ename_delete
Removes a name from a stash's internal list of effective names. If this is
the name returned by C<HvENAME>, then another name in the list will take
its place (C<HvENAME> will use it).
This is called when a stash is deleted from the symbol table.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_hv_ename_delete(pTHX_ HV *hv, const char *name, U32 len, U32 flags)
{
struct xpvhv_aux *aux;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ENAME_DELETE;
if (len > I32_MAX)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: hv name too long (%"UVuf")", (UV) len);
if (!SvOOK(hv)) return;
aux = HvAUX(hv);
if (!aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name) return;
if (aux->xhv_name_count) {
HEK ** const namep = aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names;
I32 const count = aux->xhv_name_count;
HEK **victim = namep + (count < 0 ? -count : count);
while (victim-- > namep + 1)
if (
(HEK_UTF8(*victim) || (flags & SVf_UTF8))
? hek_eq_pvn_flags(aTHX_ *victim, name, (I32)len, flags)
: (HEK_LEN(*victim) == (I32)len && memEQ(HEK_KEY(*victim), name, len))
) {
unshare_hek_or_pvn(*victim, 0, 0, 0);
aux = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
if (count < 0) ++aux->xhv_name_count;
else --aux->xhv_name_count;
if (
(aux->xhv_name_count == 1 || aux->xhv_name_count == -1)
&& !*namep
) { /* if there are none left */
Safefree(namep);
aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names = NULL;
aux->xhv_name_count = 0;
}
else {
/* Move the last one back to fill the empty slot. It
does not matter what order they are in. */
*victim = *(namep + (count < 0 ? -count : count) - 1);
}
return;
}
if (
count > 0 && (HEK_UTF8(*namep) || (flags & SVf_UTF8))
? hek_eq_pvn_flags(aTHX_ *namep, name, (I32)len, flags)
: (HEK_LEN(*namep) == (I32)len && memEQ(HEK_KEY(*namep), name, len))
) {
aux->xhv_name_count = -count;
}
}
else if(
(HEK_UTF8(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name) || (flags & SVf_UTF8))
? hek_eq_pvn_flags(aTHX_ aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name, name, (I32)len, flags)
: (HEK_LEN(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name) == (I32)len &&
memEQ(HEK_KEY(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name), name, len))
) {
HEK * const namehek = aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_name;
Newx(aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names, 1, HEK *);
*aux->xhv_name_u.xhvnameu_names = namehek;
aux->xhv_name_count = -1;
}
}
AV **
Perl_hv_backreferences_p(pTHX_ HV *hv) {
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_BACKREFERENCES_P;
/* See also Perl_sv_get_backrefs in sv.c where this logic is unrolled */
{
struct xpvhv_aux * const iter = SvOOK(hv) ? HvAUX(hv) : hv_auxinit(hv);
return &(iter->xhv_backreferences);
}
}
void
Perl_hv_kill_backrefs(pTHX_ HV *hv) {
AV *av;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_KILL_BACKREFS;
if (!SvOOK(hv))
return;
av = HvAUX(hv)->xhv_backreferences;
if (av) {
HvAUX(hv)->xhv_backreferences = 0;
Perl_sv_kill_backrefs(aTHX_ MUTABLE_SV(hv), av);
if (SvTYPE(av) == SVt_PVAV)
SvREFCNT_dec_NN(av);
}
}
/*
hv_iternext is implemented as a macro in hv.h
=for apidoc hv_iternext
Returns entries from a hash iterator. See C<hv_iterinit>.
You may call C<hv_delete> or C<hv_delete_ent> on the hash entry that the
iterator currently points to, without losing your place or invalidating your
iterator. Note that in this case the current entry is deleted from the hash
with your iterator holding the last reference to it. Your iterator is flagged
to free the entry on the next call to C<hv_iternext>, so you must not discard
your iterator immediately else the entry will leak - call C<hv_iternext> to
trigger the resource deallocation.
=for apidoc hv_iternext_flags
Returns entries from a hash iterator. See C<hv_iterinit> and C<hv_iternext>.
The C<flags> value will normally be zero; if HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS is
set the placeholders keys (for restricted hashes) will be returned in addition
to normal keys. By default placeholders are automatically skipped over.
Currently a placeholder is implemented with a value that is
C<&PL_sv_placeholder>. Note that the implementation of placeholders and
restricted hashes may change, and the implementation currently is
insufficiently abstracted for any change to be tidy.
=cut
*/
HE *
Perl_hv_iternext_flags(pTHX_ HV *hv, I32 flags)
{
dVAR;
XPVHV* xhv;
HE *entry;
HE *oldentry;
MAGIC* mg;
struct xpvhv_aux *iter;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERNEXT_FLAGS;
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(hv);
if (!SvOOK(hv)) {
/* Too many things (well, pp_each at least) merrily assume that you can
call hv_iternext without calling hv_iterinit, so we'll have to deal
with it. */
hv_iterinit(hv);
}
iter = HvAUX(hv);
oldentry = entry = iter->xhv_eiter; /* HvEITER(hv) */
if (SvMAGICAL(hv) && SvRMAGICAL(hv)) {
if ( ( mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied) ) ) {
SV * const key = sv_newmortal();
if (entry) {
sv_setsv(key, HeSVKEY_force(entry));
SvREFCNT_dec(HeSVKEY(entry)); /* get rid of previous key */
HeSVKEY_set(entry, NULL);
}
else {
char *k;
HEK *hek;
/* one HE per MAGICAL hash */
iter->xhv_eiter = entry = new_HE(); /* HvEITER(hv) = new_HE() */
HvLAZYDEL_on(hv); /* make sure entry gets freed */
Zero(entry, 1, HE);
Newxz(k, HEK_BASESIZE + sizeof(const SV *), char);
hek = (HEK*)k;
HeKEY_hek(entry) = hek;
HeKLEN(entry) = HEf_SVKEY;
}
magic_nextpack(MUTABLE_SV(hv),mg,key);
if (SvOK(key)) {
/* force key to stay around until next time */
HeSVKEY_set(entry, SvREFCNT_inc_simple_NN(key));
return entry; /* beware, hent_val is not set */
}
SvREFCNT_dec(HeVAL(entry));
Safefree(HeKEY_hek(entry));
del_HE(entry);
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
iter->xhv_eiter = NULL; /* HvEITER(hv) = NULL */
HvLAZYDEL_off(hv);
return NULL;
}
}
#if defined(DYNAMIC_ENV_FETCH) && !defined(__riscos__) /* set up %ENV for iteration */
if (!entry && SvRMAGICAL((const SV *)hv)
&& mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_env)) {
prime_env_iter();
#ifdef VMS
/* The prime_env_iter() on VMS just loaded up new hash values
* so the iteration count needs to be reset back to the beginning
*/
hv_iterinit(hv);
iter = HvAUX(hv);
oldentry = entry = iter->xhv_eiter; /* HvEITER(hv) */
#endif
}
#endif
/* hv_iterinit now ensures this. */
assert (HvARRAY(hv));
/* At start of hash, entry is NULL. */
if (entry)
{
entry = HeNEXT(entry);
if (!(flags & HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS)) {
/*
* Skip past any placeholders -- don't want to include them in
* any iteration.
*/
while (entry && HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
entry = HeNEXT(entry);
}
}
}
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
if (iter->xhv_last_rand != iter->xhv_rand) {
if (iter->xhv_riter != -1) {
Perl_ck_warner_d(aTHX_ packWARN(WARN_INTERNAL),
"Use of each() on hash after insertion without resetting hash iterator results in undefined behavior"
pTHX__FORMAT
pTHX__VALUE);
}
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand;
}
#endif
/* Skip the entire loop if the hash is empty. */
if ((flags & HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS)
? HvTOTALKEYS(hv) : HvUSEDKEYS(hv)) {
while (!entry) {
/* OK. Come to the end of the current list. Grab the next one. */
iter->xhv_riter++; /* HvRITER(hv)++ */
if (iter->xhv_riter > (I32)xhv->xhv_max /* HvRITER(hv) > HvMAX(hv) */) {
/* There is no next one. End of the hash. */
iter->xhv_riter = -1; /* HvRITER(hv) = -1 */
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand; /* reset xhv_last_rand so we can detect inserts during traversal */
#endif
break;
}
entry = (HvARRAY(hv))[ PERL_HASH_ITER_BUCKET(iter) & xhv->xhv_max ];
if (!(flags & HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS)) {
/* If we have an entry, but it's a placeholder, don't count it.
Try the next. */
while (entry && HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder)
entry = HeNEXT(entry);
}
/* Will loop again if this linked list starts NULL
(for HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS)
or if we run through it and find only placeholders. */
}
}
else {
iter->xhv_riter = -1;
#ifdef PERL_HASH_RANDOMIZE_KEYS
iter->xhv_last_rand = iter->xhv_rand;
#endif
}
if (oldentry && HvLAZYDEL(hv)) { /* was deleted earlier? */
HvLAZYDEL_off(hv);
hv_free_ent(hv, oldentry);
}
iter = HvAUX(hv); /* may been realloced */
iter->xhv_eiter = entry; /* HvEITER(hv) = entry */
return entry;
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_iterkey
Returns the key from the current position of the hash iterator. See
C<hv_iterinit>.
=cut
*/
char *
Perl_hv_iterkey(pTHX_ HE *entry, I32 *retlen)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERKEY;
if (HeKLEN(entry) == HEf_SVKEY) {
STRLEN len;
char * const p = SvPV(HeKEY_sv(entry), len);
*retlen = len;
return p;
}
else {
*retlen = HeKLEN(entry);
return HeKEY(entry);
}
}
/* unlike hv_iterval(), this always returns a mortal copy of the key */
/*
=for apidoc hv_iterkeysv
Returns the key as an C<SV*> from the current position of the hash
iterator. The return value will always be a mortal copy of the key. Also
see C<hv_iterinit>.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_hv_iterkeysv(pTHX_ HE *entry)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERKEYSV;
return sv_2mortal(newSVhek(HeKEY_hek(entry)));
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_iterval
Returns the value from the current position of the hash iterator. See
C<hv_iterkey>.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_hv_iterval(pTHX_ HV *hv, HE *entry)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERVAL;
if (SvRMAGICAL(hv)) {
if (mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied)) {
SV* const sv = sv_newmortal();
if (HeKLEN(entry) == HEf_SVKEY)
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), sv, (char*)HeKEY_sv(entry), HEf_SVKEY);
else
mg_copy(MUTABLE_SV(hv), sv, HeKEY(entry), HeKLEN(entry));
return sv;
}
}
return HeVAL(entry);
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_iternextsv
Performs an C<hv_iternext>, C<hv_iterkey>, and C<hv_iterval> in one
operation.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_hv_iternextsv(pTHX_ HV *hv, char **key, I32 *retlen)
{
HE * const he = hv_iternext_flags(hv, 0);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ITERNEXTSV;
if (!he)
return NULL;
*key = hv_iterkey(he, retlen);
return hv_iterval(hv, he);
}
/*
Now a macro in hv.h
=for apidoc hv_magic
Adds magic to a hash. See C<sv_magic>.
=cut
*/
/* possibly free a shared string if no one has access to it
* len and hash must both be valid for str.
*/
void
Perl_unsharepvn(pTHX_ const char *str, I32 len, U32 hash)
{
unshare_hek_or_pvn (NULL, str, len, hash);
}
void
Perl_unshare_hek(pTHX_ HEK *hek)
{
assert(hek);
unshare_hek_or_pvn(hek, NULL, 0, 0);
}
/* possibly free a shared string if no one has access to it
hek if non-NULL takes priority over the other 3, else str, len and hash
are used. If so, len and hash must both be valid for str.
*/
STATIC void
S_unshare_hek_or_pvn(pTHX_ const HEK *hek, const char *str, I32 len, U32 hash)
{
XPVHV* xhv;
HE *entry;
HE **oentry;
bool is_utf8 = FALSE;
int k_flags = 0;
const char * const save = str;
struct shared_he *he = NULL;
if (hek) {
/* Find the shared he which is just before us in memory. */
he = (struct shared_he *)(((char *)hek)
- STRUCT_OFFSET(struct shared_he,
shared_he_hek));
/* Assert that the caller passed us a genuine (or at least consistent)
shared hek */
assert (he->shared_he_he.hent_hek == hek);
if (he->shared_he_he.he_valu.hent_refcount - 1) {
--he->shared_he_he.he_valu.hent_refcount;
return;
}
hash = HEK_HASH(hek);
} else if (len < 0) {
STRLEN tmplen = -len;
is_utf8 = TRUE;
/* See the note in hv_fetch(). --jhi */
str = (char*)bytes_from_utf8((U8*)str, &tmplen, &is_utf8);
len = tmplen;
if (is_utf8)
k_flags = HVhek_UTF8;
if (str != save)
k_flags |= HVhek_WASUTF8 | HVhek_FREEKEY;
}
/* what follows was the moral equivalent of:
if ((Svp = hv_fetch(PL_strtab, tmpsv, FALSE, hash))) {
if (--*Svp == NULL)
hv_delete(PL_strtab, str, len, G_DISCARD, hash);
} */
xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(PL_strtab);
/* assert(xhv_array != 0) */
oentry = &(HvARRAY(PL_strtab))[hash & (I32) HvMAX(PL_strtab)];
if (he) {
const HE *const he_he = &(he->shared_he_he);
for (entry = *oentry; entry; oentry = &HeNEXT(entry), entry = *oentry) {
if (entry == he_he)
break;
}
} else {
const int flags_masked = k_flags & HVhek_MASK;
for (entry = *oentry; entry; oentry = &HeNEXT(entry), entry = *oentry) {
if (HeHASH(entry) != hash) /* strings can't be equal */
continue;
if (HeKLEN(entry) != len)
continue;
if (HeKEY(entry) != str && memNE(HeKEY(entry),str,len)) /* is this it? */
continue;
if (HeKFLAGS(entry) != flags_masked)
continue;
break;
}
}
if (entry) {
if (--entry->he_valu.hent_refcount == 0) {
*oentry = HeNEXT(entry);
Safefree(entry);
xhv->xhv_keys--; /* HvTOTALKEYS(hv)-- */
}
}
if (!entry)
Perl_ck_warner_d(aTHX_ packWARN(WARN_INTERNAL),
"Attempt to free nonexistent shared string '%s'%s"
pTHX__FORMAT,
hek ? HEK_KEY(hek) : str,
((k_flags & HVhek_UTF8) ? " (utf8)" : "") pTHX__VALUE);
if (k_flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(str);
}
/* get a (constant) string ptr from the global string table
* string will get added if it is not already there.
* len and hash must both be valid for str.
*/
HEK *
Perl_share_hek(pTHX_ const char *str, I32 len, U32 hash)
{
bool is_utf8 = FALSE;
int flags = 0;
const char * const save = str;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_SHARE_HEK;
if (len < 0) {
STRLEN tmplen = -len;
is_utf8 = TRUE;
/* See the note in hv_fetch(). --jhi */
str = (char*)bytes_from_utf8((U8*)str, &tmplen, &is_utf8);
len = tmplen;
/* If we were able to downgrade here, then than means that we were passed
in a key which only had chars 0-255, but was utf8 encoded. */
if (is_utf8)
flags = HVhek_UTF8;
/* If we found we were able to downgrade the string to bytes, then
we should flag that it needs upgrading on keys or each. Also flag
that we need share_hek_flags to free the string. */
if (str != save) {
dVAR;
PERL_HASH(hash, str, len);
flags |= HVhek_WASUTF8 | HVhek_FREEKEY;
}
}
return share_hek_flags (str, len, hash, flags);
}
STATIC HEK *
S_share_hek_flags(pTHX_ const char *str, I32 len, U32 hash, int flags)
{
HE *entry;
const int flags_masked = flags & HVhek_MASK;
const U32 hindex = hash & (I32) HvMAX(PL_strtab);
XPVHV * const xhv = (XPVHV*)SvANY(PL_strtab);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_SHARE_HEK_FLAGS;
/* what follows is the moral equivalent of:
if (!(Svp = hv_fetch(PL_strtab, str, len, FALSE)))
hv_store(PL_strtab, str, len, NULL, hash);
Can't rehash the shared string table, so not sure if it's worth
counting the number of entries in the linked list
*/
/* assert(xhv_array != 0) */
entry = (HvARRAY(PL_strtab))[hindex];
for (;entry; entry = HeNEXT(entry)) {
if (HeHASH(entry) != hash) /* strings can't be equal */
continue;
if (HeKLEN(entry) != len)
continue;
if (HeKEY(entry) != str && memNE(HeKEY(entry),str,len)) /* is this it? */
continue;
if (HeKFLAGS(entry) != flags_masked)
continue;
break;
}
if (!entry) {
/* What used to be head of the list.
If this is NULL, then we're the first entry for this slot, which
means we need to increate fill. */
struct shared_he *new_entry;
HEK *hek;
char *k;
HE **const head = &HvARRAY(PL_strtab)[hindex];
HE *const next = *head;
/* We don't actually store a HE from the arena and a regular HEK.
Instead we allocate one chunk of memory big enough for both,
and put the HEK straight after the HE. This way we can find the
HE directly from the HEK.
*/
Newx(k, STRUCT_OFFSET(struct shared_he,
shared_he_hek.hek_key[0]) + len + 2, char);
new_entry = (struct shared_he *)k;
entry = &(new_entry->shared_he_he);
hek = &(new_entry->shared_he_hek);
Copy(str, HEK_KEY(hek), len, char);
HEK_KEY(hek)[len] = 0;
HEK_LEN(hek) = len;
HEK_HASH(hek) = hash;
HEK_FLAGS(hek) = (unsigned char)flags_masked;
/* Still "point" to the HEK, so that other code need not know what
we're up to. */
HeKEY_hek(entry) = hek;
entry->he_valu.hent_refcount = 0;
HeNEXT(entry) = next;
*head = entry;
xhv->xhv_keys++; /* HvTOTALKEYS(hv)++ */
if (!next) { /* initial entry? */
} else if ( DO_HSPLIT(xhv) ) {
const STRLEN oldsize = xhv->xhv_max + 1;
hsplit(PL_strtab, oldsize, oldsize * 2);
}
}
++entry->he_valu.hent_refcount;
if (flags & HVhek_FREEKEY)
Safefree(str);
return HeKEY_hek(entry);
}
SSize_t *
Perl_hv_placeholders_p(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
MAGIC *mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_rhash);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_PLACEHOLDERS_P;
if (!mg) {
mg = sv_magicext(MUTABLE_SV(hv), 0, PERL_MAGIC_rhash, 0, 0, 0);
if (!mg) {
Perl_die(aTHX_ "panic: hv_placeholders_p");
}
}
return &(mg->mg_len);
}
I32
Perl_hv_placeholders_get(pTHX_ const HV *hv)
{
MAGIC * const mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_rhash);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_PLACEHOLDERS_GET;
PERL_UNUSED_CONTEXT;
return mg ? mg->mg_len : 0;
}
void
Perl_hv_placeholders_set(pTHX_ HV *hv, I32 ph)
{
MAGIC * const mg = mg_find((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_rhash);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_PLACEHOLDERS_SET;
if (mg) {
mg->mg_len = ph;
} else if (ph) {
if (!sv_magicext(MUTABLE_SV(hv), 0, PERL_MAGIC_rhash, 0, 0, ph))
Perl_die(aTHX_ "panic: hv_placeholders_set");
}
/* else we don't need to add magic to record 0 placeholders. */
}
STATIC SV *
S_refcounted_he_value(pTHX_ const struct refcounted_he *he)
{
dVAR;
SV *value;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_VALUE;
switch(he->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask) {
case HVrhek_undef:
value = newSV(0);
break;
case HVrhek_delete:
value = &PL_sv_placeholder;
break;
case HVrhek_IV:
value = newSViv(he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_iv);
break;
case HVrhek_UV:
value = newSVuv(he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_uv);
break;
case HVrhek_PV:
case HVrhek_PV_UTF8:
/* Create a string SV that directly points to the bytes in our
structure. */
value = newSV_type(SVt_PV);
SvPV_set(value, (char *) he->refcounted_he_data + 1);
SvCUR_set(value, he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_len);
/* This stops anything trying to free it */
SvLEN_set(value, 0);
SvPOK_on(value);
SvREADONLY_on(value);
if ((he->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask) == HVrhek_PV_UTF8)
SvUTF8_on(value);
break;
default:
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: refcounted_he_value bad flags %"UVxf,
(UV)he->refcounted_he_data[0]);
}
return value;
}
/*
=for apidoc m|HV *|refcounted_he_chain_2hv|const struct refcounted_he *c|U32 flags
Generates and returns a C<HV *> representing the content of a
C<refcounted_he> chain.
I<flags> is currently unused and must be zero.
=cut
*/
HV *
Perl_refcounted_he_chain_2hv(pTHX_ const struct refcounted_he *chain, U32 flags)
{
dVAR;
HV *hv;
U32 placeholders, max;
if (flags)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: refcounted_he_chain_2hv bad flags %"UVxf,
(UV)flags);
/* We could chase the chain once to get an idea of the number of keys,
and call ksplit. But for now we'll make a potentially inefficient
hash with only 8 entries in its array. */
hv = newHV();
max = HvMAX(hv);
if (!HvARRAY(hv)) {
char *array;
Newxz(array, PERL_HV_ARRAY_ALLOC_BYTES(max + 1), char);
HvARRAY(hv) = (HE**)array;
}
placeholders = 0;
while (chain) {
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
U32 hash = chain->refcounted_he_hash;
#else
U32 hash = HEK_HASH(chain->refcounted_he_hek);
#endif
HE **oentry = &((HvARRAY(hv))[hash & max]);
HE *entry = *oentry;
SV *value;
for (; entry; entry = HeNEXT(entry)) {
if (HeHASH(entry) == hash) {
/* We might have a duplicate key here. If so, entry is older
than the key we've already put in the hash, so if they are
the same, skip adding entry. */
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
const STRLEN klen = HeKLEN(entry);
const char *const key = HeKEY(entry);
if (klen == chain->refcounted_he_keylen
&& (!!HeKUTF8(entry)
== !!(chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVhek_UTF8))
&& memEQ(key, REF_HE_KEY(chain), klen))
goto next_please;
#else
if (HeKEY_hek(entry) == chain->refcounted_he_hek)
goto next_please;
if (HeKLEN(entry) == HEK_LEN(chain->refcounted_he_hek)
&& HeKUTF8(entry) == HEK_UTF8(chain->refcounted_he_hek)
&& memEQ(HeKEY(entry), HEK_KEY(chain->refcounted_he_hek),
HeKLEN(entry)))
goto next_please;
#endif
}
}
assert (!entry);
entry = new_HE();
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
HeKEY_hek(entry)
= share_hek_flags(REF_HE_KEY(chain),
chain->refcounted_he_keylen,
chain->refcounted_he_hash,
(chain->refcounted_he_data[0]
& (HVhek_UTF8|HVhek_WASUTF8)));
#else
HeKEY_hek(entry) = share_hek_hek(chain->refcounted_he_hek);
#endif
value = refcounted_he_value(chain);
if (value == &PL_sv_placeholder)
placeholders++;
HeVAL(entry) = value;
/* Link it into the chain. */
HeNEXT(entry) = *oentry;
*oentry = entry;
HvTOTALKEYS(hv)++;
next_please:
chain = chain->refcounted_he_next;
}
if (placeholders) {
clear_placeholders(hv, placeholders);
HvTOTALKEYS(hv) -= placeholders;
}
/* We could check in the loop to see if we encounter any keys with key
flags, but it's probably not worth it, as this per-hash flag is only
really meant as an optimisation for things like Storable. */
HvHASKFLAGS_on(hv);
DEBUG_A(Perl_hv_assert(aTHX_ hv));
return hv;
}
/*
=for apidoc m|SV *|refcounted_he_fetch_pvn|const struct refcounted_he *chain|const char *keypv|STRLEN keylen|U32 hash|U32 flags
Search along a C<refcounted_he> chain for an entry with the key specified
by I<keypv> and I<keylen>. If I<flags> has the C<REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8>
bit set, the key octets are interpreted as UTF-8, otherwise they
are interpreted as Latin-1. I<hash> is a precomputed hash of the key
string, or zero if it has not been precomputed. Returns a mortal scalar
representing the value associated with the key, or C<&PL_sv_placeholder>
if there is no value associated with the key.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_refcounted_he_fetch_pvn(pTHX_ const struct refcounted_he *chain,
const char *keypv, STRLEN keylen, U32 hash, U32 flags)
{
dVAR;
U8 utf8_flag;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_FETCH_PVN;
if (flags & ~(REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8|REFCOUNTED_HE_EXISTS))
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: refcounted_he_fetch_pvn bad flags %"UVxf,
(UV)flags);
if (!chain)
goto ret;
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8) {
/* For searching purposes, canonicalise to Latin-1 where possible. */
const char *keyend = keypv + keylen, *p;
STRLEN nonascii_count = 0;
for (p = keypv; p != keyend; p++) {
if (! UTF8_IS_INVARIANT(*p)) {
if (! UTF8_IS_NEXT_CHAR_DOWNGRADEABLE(p, keyend)) {
goto canonicalised_key;
}
nonascii_count++;
p++;
}
}
if (nonascii_count) {
char *q;
const char *p = keypv, *keyend = keypv + keylen;
keylen -= nonascii_count;
Newx(q, keylen, char);
SAVEFREEPV(q);
keypv = q;
for (; p != keyend; p++, q++) {
U8 c = (U8)*p;
if (UTF8_IS_INVARIANT(c)) {
*q = (char) c;
}
else {
p++;
*q = (char) TWO_BYTE_UTF8_TO_NATIVE(c, *p);
}
}
}
flags &= ~REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8;
canonicalised_key: ;
}
utf8_flag = (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8) ? HVhek_UTF8 : 0;
if (!hash)
PERL_HASH(hash, keypv, keylen);
for (; chain; chain = chain->refcounted_he_next) {
if (
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
hash == chain->refcounted_he_hash &&
keylen == chain->refcounted_he_keylen &&
memEQ(REF_HE_KEY(chain), keypv, keylen) &&
utf8_flag == (chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVhek_UTF8)
#else
hash == HEK_HASH(chain->refcounted_he_hek) &&
keylen == (STRLEN)HEK_LEN(chain->refcounted_he_hek) &&
memEQ(HEK_KEY(chain->refcounted_he_hek), keypv, keylen) &&
utf8_flag == (HEK_FLAGS(chain->refcounted_he_hek) & HVhek_UTF8)
#endif
) {
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_EXISTS)
return (chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask)
== HVrhek_delete
? NULL : &PL_sv_yes;
return sv_2mortal(refcounted_he_value(chain));
}
}
ret:
return flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_EXISTS ? NULL : &PL_sv_placeholder;
}
/*
=for apidoc m|SV *|refcounted_he_fetch_pv|const struct refcounted_he *chain|const char *key|U32 hash|U32 flags
Like L</refcounted_he_fetch_pvn>, but takes a nul-terminated string
instead of a string/length pair.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_refcounted_he_fetch_pv(pTHX_ const struct refcounted_he *chain,
const char *key, U32 hash, U32 flags)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_FETCH_PV;
return refcounted_he_fetch_pvn(chain, key, strlen(key), hash, flags);
}
/*
=for apidoc m|SV *|refcounted_he_fetch_sv|const struct refcounted_he *chain|SV *key|U32 hash|U32 flags
Like L</refcounted_he_fetch_pvn>, but takes a Perl scalar instead of a
string/length pair.
=cut
*/
SV *
Perl_refcounted_he_fetch_sv(pTHX_ const struct refcounted_he *chain,
SV *key, U32 hash, U32 flags)
{
const char *keypv;
STRLEN keylen;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_FETCH_SV;
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: refcounted_he_fetch_sv bad flags %"UVxf,
(UV)flags);
keypv = SvPV_const(key, keylen);
if (SvUTF8(key))
flags |= REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8;
if (!hash && SvIsCOW_shared_hash(key))
hash = SvSHARED_HASH(key);
return refcounted_he_fetch_pvn(chain, keypv, keylen, hash, flags);
}
/*
=for apidoc m|struct refcounted_he *|refcounted_he_new_pvn|struct refcounted_he *parent|const char *keypv|STRLEN keylen|U32 hash|SV *value|U32 flags
Creates a new C<refcounted_he>. This consists of a single key/value
pair and a reference to an existing C<refcounted_he> chain (which may
be empty), and thus forms a longer chain. When using the longer chain,
the new key/value pair takes precedence over any entry for the same key
further along the chain.
The new key is specified by I<keypv> and I<keylen>. If I<flags> has
the C<REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8> bit set, the key octets are interpreted
as UTF-8, otherwise they are interpreted as Latin-1. I<hash> is
a precomputed hash of the key string, or zero if it has not been
precomputed.
I<value> is the scalar value to store for this key. I<value> is copied
by this function, which thus does not take ownership of any reference
to it, and later changes to the scalar will not be reflected in the
value visible in the C<refcounted_he>. Complex types of scalar will not
be stored with referential integrity, but will be coerced to strings.
I<value> may be either null or C<&PL_sv_placeholder> to indicate that no
value is to be associated with the key; this, as with any non-null value,
takes precedence over the existence of a value for the key further along
the chain.
I<parent> points to the rest of the C<refcounted_he> chain to be
attached to the new C<refcounted_he>. This function takes ownership
of one reference to I<parent>, and returns one reference to the new
C<refcounted_he>.
=cut
*/
struct refcounted_he *
Perl_refcounted_he_new_pvn(pTHX_ struct refcounted_he *parent,
const char *keypv, STRLEN keylen, U32 hash, SV *value, U32 flags)
{
dVAR;
STRLEN value_len = 0;
const char *value_p = NULL;
bool is_pv;
char value_type;
char hekflags;
STRLEN key_offset = 1;
struct refcounted_he *he;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_NEW_PVN;
if (!value || value == &PL_sv_placeholder) {
value_type = HVrhek_delete;
} else if (SvPOK(value)) {
value_type = HVrhek_PV;
} else if (SvIOK(value)) {
value_type = SvUOK((const SV *)value) ? HVrhek_UV : HVrhek_IV;
} else if (!SvOK(value)) {
value_type = HVrhek_undef;
} else {
value_type = HVrhek_PV;
}
is_pv = value_type == HVrhek_PV;
if (is_pv) {
/* Do it this way so that the SvUTF8() test is after the SvPV, in case
the value is overloaded, and doesn't yet have the UTF-8flag set. */
value_p = SvPV_const(value, value_len);
if (SvUTF8(value))
value_type = HVrhek_PV_UTF8;
key_offset = value_len + 2;
}
hekflags = value_type;
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8) {
/* Canonicalise to Latin-1 where possible. */
const char *keyend = keypv + keylen, *p;
STRLEN nonascii_count = 0;
for (p = keypv; p != keyend; p++) {
if (! UTF8_IS_INVARIANT(*p)) {
if (! UTF8_IS_NEXT_CHAR_DOWNGRADEABLE(p, keyend)) {
goto canonicalised_key;
}
nonascii_count++;
p++;
}
}
if (nonascii_count) {
char *q;
const char *p = keypv, *keyend = keypv + keylen;
keylen -= nonascii_count;
Newx(q, keylen, char);
SAVEFREEPV(q);
keypv = q;
for (; p != keyend; p++, q++) {
U8 c = (U8)*p;
if (UTF8_IS_INVARIANT(c)) {
*q = (char) c;
}
else {
p++;
*q = (char) TWO_BYTE_UTF8_TO_NATIVE(c, *p);
}
}
}
flags &= ~REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8;
canonicalised_key: ;
}
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8)
hekflags |= HVhek_UTF8;
if (!hash)
PERL_HASH(hash, keypv, keylen);
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
he = (struct refcounted_he*)
PerlMemShared_malloc(sizeof(struct refcounted_he) - 1
+ keylen
+ key_offset);
#else
he = (struct refcounted_he*)
PerlMemShared_malloc(sizeof(struct refcounted_he) - 1
+ key_offset);
#endif
he->refcounted_he_next = parent;
if (is_pv) {
Copy(value_p, he->refcounted_he_data + 1, value_len + 1, char);
he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_len = value_len;
} else if (value_type == HVrhek_IV) {
he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_iv = SvIVX(value);
} else if (value_type == HVrhek_UV) {
he->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_uv = SvUVX(value);
}
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
he->refcounted_he_hash = hash;
he->refcounted_he_keylen = keylen;
Copy(keypv, he->refcounted_he_data + key_offset, keylen, char);
#else
he->refcounted_he_hek = share_hek_flags(keypv, keylen, hash, hekflags);
#endif
he->refcounted_he_data[0] = hekflags;
he->refcounted_he_refcnt = 1;
return he;
}
/*
=for apidoc m|struct refcounted_he *|refcounted_he_new_pv|struct refcounted_he *parent|const char *key|U32 hash|SV *value|U32 flags
Like L</refcounted_he_new_pvn>, but takes a nul-terminated string instead
of a string/length pair.
=cut
*/
struct refcounted_he *
Perl_refcounted_he_new_pv(pTHX_ struct refcounted_he *parent,
const char *key, U32 hash, SV *value, U32 flags)
{
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_NEW_PV;
return refcounted_he_new_pvn(parent, key, strlen(key), hash, value, flags);
}
/*
=for apidoc m|struct refcounted_he *|refcounted_he_new_sv|struct refcounted_he *parent|SV *key|U32 hash|SV *value|U32 flags
Like L</refcounted_he_new_pvn>, but takes a Perl scalar instead of a
string/length pair.
=cut
*/
struct refcounted_he *
Perl_refcounted_he_new_sv(pTHX_ struct refcounted_he *parent,
SV *key, U32 hash, SV *value, U32 flags)
{
const char *keypv;
STRLEN keylen;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_REFCOUNTED_HE_NEW_SV;
if (flags & REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8)
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: refcounted_he_new_sv bad flags %"UVxf,
(UV)flags);
keypv = SvPV_const(key, keylen);
if (SvUTF8(key))
flags |= REFCOUNTED_HE_KEY_UTF8;
if (!hash && SvIsCOW_shared_hash(key))
hash = SvSHARED_HASH(key);
return refcounted_he_new_pvn(parent, keypv, keylen, hash, value, flags);
}
/*
=for apidoc m|void|refcounted_he_free|struct refcounted_he *he
Decrements the reference count of a C<refcounted_he> by one. If the
reference count reaches zero the structure's memory is freed, which
(recursively) causes a reduction of its parent C<refcounted_he>'s
reference count. It is safe to pass a null pointer to this function:
no action occurs in this case.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_refcounted_he_free(pTHX_ struct refcounted_he *he) {
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
dVAR;
#endif
PERL_UNUSED_CONTEXT;
while (he) {
struct refcounted_he *copy;
U32 new_count;
HINTS_REFCNT_LOCK;
new_count = --he->refcounted_he_refcnt;
HINTS_REFCNT_UNLOCK;
if (new_count) {
return;
}
#ifndef USE_ITHREADS
unshare_hek_or_pvn (he->refcounted_he_hek, 0, 0, 0);
#endif
copy = he;
he = he->refcounted_he_next;
PerlMemShared_free(copy);
}
}
/*
=for apidoc m|struct refcounted_he *|refcounted_he_inc|struct refcounted_he *he
Increment the reference count of a C<refcounted_he>. The pointer to the
C<refcounted_he> is also returned. It is safe to pass a null pointer
to this function: no action occurs and a null pointer is returned.
=cut
*/
struct refcounted_he *
Perl_refcounted_he_inc(pTHX_ struct refcounted_he *he)
{
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
dVAR;
#endif
PERL_UNUSED_CONTEXT;
if (he) {
HINTS_REFCNT_LOCK;
he->refcounted_he_refcnt++;
HINTS_REFCNT_UNLOCK;
}
return he;
}
/*
=for apidoc cop_fetch_label
Returns the label attached to a cop.
The flags pointer may be set to C<SVf_UTF8> or 0.
=cut
*/
/* pp_entereval is aware that labels are stored with a key ':' at the top of
the linked list. */
const char *
Perl_cop_fetch_label(pTHX_ COP *const cop, STRLEN *len, U32 *flags) {
struct refcounted_he *const chain = cop->cop_hints_hash;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_COP_FETCH_LABEL;
PERL_UNUSED_CONTEXT;
if (!chain)
return NULL;
#ifdef USE_ITHREADS
if (chain->refcounted_he_keylen != 1)
return NULL;
if (*REF_HE_KEY(chain) != ':')
return NULL;
#else
if ((STRLEN)HEK_LEN(chain->refcounted_he_hek) != 1)
return NULL;
if (*HEK_KEY(chain->refcounted_he_hek) != ':')
return NULL;
#endif
/* Stop anyone trying to really mess us up by adding their own value for
':' into %^H */
if ((chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask) != HVrhek_PV
&& (chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask) != HVrhek_PV_UTF8)
return NULL;
if (len)
*len = chain->refcounted_he_val.refcounted_he_u_len;
if (flags) {
*flags = ((chain->refcounted_he_data[0] & HVrhek_typemask)
== HVrhek_PV_UTF8) ? SVf_UTF8 : 0;
}
return chain->refcounted_he_data + 1;
}
/*
=for apidoc cop_store_label
Save a label into a C<cop_hints_hash>.
You need to set flags to C<SVf_UTF8>
for a utf-8 label.
=cut
*/
void
Perl_cop_store_label(pTHX_ COP *const cop, const char *label, STRLEN len,
U32 flags)
{
SV *labelsv;
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_COP_STORE_LABEL;
if (flags & ~(SVf_UTF8))
Perl_croak(aTHX_ "panic: cop_store_label illegal flag bits 0x%" UVxf,
(UV)flags);
labelsv = newSVpvn_flags(label, len, SVs_TEMP);
if (flags & SVf_UTF8)
SvUTF8_on(labelsv);
cop->cop_hints_hash
= refcounted_he_new_pvs(cop->cop_hints_hash, ":", labelsv, 0);
}
/*
=for apidoc hv_assert
Check that a hash is in an internally consistent state.
=cut
*/
#ifdef DEBUGGING
void
Perl_hv_assert(pTHX_ HV *hv)
{
dVAR;
HE* entry;
int withflags = 0;
int placeholders = 0;
int real = 0;
int bad = 0;
const I32 riter = HvRITER_get(hv);
HE *eiter = HvEITER_get(hv);
PERL_ARGS_ASSERT_HV_ASSERT;
(void)hv_iterinit(hv);
while ((entry = hv_iternext_flags(hv, HV_ITERNEXT_WANTPLACEHOLDERS))) {
/* sanity check the values */
if (HeVAL(entry) == &PL_sv_placeholder)
placeholders++;
else
real++;
/* sanity check the keys */
if (HeSVKEY(entry)) {
NOOP; /* Don't know what to check on SV keys. */
} else if (HeKUTF8(entry)) {
withflags++;
if (HeKWASUTF8(entry)) {
PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log,
"hash key has both WASUTF8 and UTF8: '%.*s'\n",
(int) HeKLEN(entry), HeKEY(entry));
bad = 1;
}
} else if (HeKWASUTF8(entry))
withflags++;
}
if (!SvTIED_mg((const SV *)hv, PERL_MAGIC_tied)) {
static const char bad_count[] = "Count %d %s(s), but hash reports %d\n";
const int nhashkeys = HvUSEDKEYS(hv);
const int nhashplaceholders = HvPLACEHOLDERS_get(hv);
if (nhashkeys != real) {
PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, bad_count, real, "keys", nhashkeys );
bad = 1;
}
if (nhashplaceholders != placeholders) {
PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log, bad_count, placeholders, "placeholder", nhashplaceholders );
bad = 1;
}
}
if (withflags && ! HvHASKFLAGS(hv)) {
PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log,
"Hash has HASKFLAGS off but I count %d key(s) with flags\n",
withflags);
bad = 1;
}
if (bad) {
sv_dump(MUTABLE_SV(hv));
}
HvRITER_set(hv, riter); /* Restore hash iterator state */
HvEITER_set(hv, eiter);
}
#endif
/*
* ex: set ts=8 sts=4 sw=4 et:
*/