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//===- SourceManager.cpp - Track and cache source files -------------------===//
//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This file implements the SourceManager interface.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "clang/Basic/SourceManager.h"
#include "clang/Basic/Diagnostic.h"
#include "clang/Basic/FileManager.h"
#include "clang/Basic/LLVM.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceLocation.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceManagerInternals.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/DenseMap.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Optional.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/None.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/STLExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallVector.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringSwitch.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringRef.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Allocator.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Capacity.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Compiler.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm/Support/FileSystem.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MathExtras.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MemoryBuffer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include <algorithm>
#include <cassert>
#include <cstddef>
#include <cstdint>
#include <memory>
#include <tuple>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
using namespace clang;
using namespace SrcMgr;
using llvm::MemoryBuffer;
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// SourceManager Helper Classes
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
ContentCache::~ContentCache() {
if (shouldFreeBuffer())
delete Buffer.getPointer();
}
/// getSizeBytesMapped - Returns the number of bytes actually mapped for this
/// ContentCache. This can be 0 if the MemBuffer was not actually expanded.
unsigned ContentCache::getSizeBytesMapped() const {
return Buffer.getPointer() ? Buffer.getPointer()->getBufferSize() : 0;
}
/// Returns the kind of memory used to back the memory buffer for
/// this content cache. This is used for performance analysis.
llvm::MemoryBuffer::BufferKind ContentCache::getMemoryBufferKind() const {
assert(Buffer.getPointer());
// Should be unreachable, but keep for sanity.
if (!Buffer.getPointer())
return llvm::MemoryBuffer::MemoryBuffer_Malloc;
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *buf = Buffer.getPointer();
return buf->getBufferKind();
}
/// getSize - Returns the size of the content encapsulated by this ContentCache.
/// This can be the size of the source file or the size of an arbitrary
/// scratch buffer. If the ContentCache encapsulates a source file, that
/// file is not lazily brought in from disk to satisfy this query.
unsigned ContentCache::getSize() const {
return Buffer.getPointer() ? (unsigned) Buffer.getPointer()->getBufferSize()
: (unsigned) ContentsEntry->getSize();
}
void ContentCache::replaceBuffer(const llvm::MemoryBuffer *B, bool DoNotFree) {
if (B && B == Buffer.getPointer()) {
assert(0 && "Replacing with the same buffer");
Buffer.setInt(DoNotFree? DoNotFreeFlag : 0);
return;
}
if (shouldFreeBuffer())
delete Buffer.getPointer();
Buffer.setPointer(B);
Buffer.setInt((B && DoNotFree) ? DoNotFreeFlag : 0);
}
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *ContentCache::getBuffer(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag,
const SourceManager &SM,
SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
// Lazily create the Buffer for ContentCaches that wrap files. If we already
// computed it, just return what we have.
if (Buffer.getPointer() || !ContentsEntry) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = isBufferInvalid();
return Buffer.getPointer();
}
bool isVolatile = SM.userFilesAreVolatile() && !IsSystemFile;
auto BufferOrError =
SM.getFileManager().getBufferForFile(ContentsEntry, isVolatile);
// If we were unable to open the file, then we are in an inconsistent
// situation where the content cache referenced a file which no longer
// exists. Most likely, we were using a stat cache with an invalid entry but
// the file could also have been removed during processing. Since we can't
// really deal with this situation, just create an empty buffer.
//
// FIXME: This is definitely not ideal, but our immediate clients can't
// currently handle returning a null entry here. Ideally we should detect
// that we are in an inconsistent situation and error out as quickly as
// possible.
if (!BufferOrError) {
StringRef FillStr("<<<MISSING SOURCE FILE>>>\n");
auto BackupBuffer = llvm::WritableMemoryBuffer::getNewUninitMemBuffer(
ContentsEntry->getSize(), "<invalid>");
char *Ptr = BackupBuffer->getBufferStart();
for (unsigned i = 0, e = ContentsEntry->getSize(); i != e; ++i)
Ptr[i] = FillStr[i % FillStr.size()];
Buffer.setPointer(BackupBuffer.release());
if (Diag.isDiagnosticInFlight())
Diag.SetDelayedDiagnostic(diag::err_cannot_open_file,
ContentsEntry->getName(),
BufferOrError.getError().message());
else
Diag.Report(Loc, diag::err_cannot_open_file)
<< ContentsEntry->getName() << BufferOrError.getError().message();
Buffer.setInt(Buffer.getInt() | InvalidFlag);
if (Invalid) *Invalid = true;
return Buffer.getPointer();
}
Buffer.setPointer(BufferOrError->release());
// Check that the file's size is the same as in the file entry (which may
// have come from a stat cache).
if (getRawBuffer()->getBufferSize() != (size_t)ContentsEntry->getSize()) {
if (Diag.isDiagnosticInFlight())
Diag.SetDelayedDiagnostic(diag::err_file_modified,
ContentsEntry->getName());
else
Diag.Report(Loc, diag::err_file_modified)
<< ContentsEntry->getName();
Buffer.setInt(Buffer.getInt() | InvalidFlag);
if (Invalid) *Invalid = true;
return Buffer.getPointer();
}
// If the buffer is valid, check to see if it has a UTF Byte Order Mark
// (BOM). We only support UTF-8 with and without a BOM right now. See
// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark for more information.
StringRef BufStr = Buffer.getPointer()->getBuffer();
const char *InvalidBOM = llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(BufStr)
.StartsWith(llvm::StringLiteral::withInnerNUL("\x00\x00\xFE\xFF"),
"UTF-32 (BE)")
.StartsWith(llvm::StringLiteral::withInnerNUL("\xFF\xFE\x00\x00"),
"UTF-32 (LE)")
.StartsWith("\xFE\xFF", "UTF-16 (BE)")
.StartsWith("\xFF\xFE", "UTF-16 (LE)")
.StartsWith("\x2B\x2F\x76", "UTF-7")
.StartsWith("\xF7\x64\x4C", "UTF-1")
.StartsWith("\xDD\x73\x66\x73", "UTF-EBCDIC")
.StartsWith("\x0E\xFE\xFF", "SCSU")
.StartsWith("\xFB\xEE\x28", "BOCU-1")
.StartsWith("\x84\x31\x95\x33", "GB-18030")
.Default(nullptr);
if (InvalidBOM) {
Diag.Report(Loc, diag::err_unsupported_bom)
<< InvalidBOM << ContentsEntry->getName();
Buffer.setInt(Buffer.getInt() | InvalidFlag);
}
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = isBufferInvalid();
return Buffer.getPointer();
}
unsigned LineTableInfo::getLineTableFilenameID(StringRef Name) {
auto IterBool = FilenameIDs.try_emplace(Name, FilenamesByID.size());
if (IterBool.second)
FilenamesByID.push_back(&*IterBool.first);
return IterBool.first->second;
}
/// Add a line note to the line table that indicates that there is a \#line or
/// GNU line marker at the specified FID/Offset location which changes the
/// presumed location to LineNo/FilenameID. If EntryExit is 0, then this doesn't
/// change the presumed \#include stack. If it is 1, this is a file entry, if
/// it is 2 then this is a file exit. FileKind specifies whether this is a
/// system header or extern C system header.
void LineTableInfo::AddLineNote(FileID FID, unsigned Offset, unsigned LineNo,
int FilenameID, unsigned EntryExit,
SrcMgr::CharacteristicKind FileKind) {
std::vector<LineEntry> &Entries = LineEntries[FID];
// An unspecified FilenameID means use the last filename if available, or the
// main source file otherwise.
if (FilenameID == -1 && !Entries.empty())
FilenameID = Entries.back().FilenameID;
assert((Entries.empty() || Entries.back().FileOffset < Offset) &&
"Adding line entries out of order!");
unsigned IncludeOffset = 0;
if (EntryExit == 0) { // No #include stack change.
IncludeOffset = Entries.empty() ? 0 : Entries.back().IncludeOffset;
} else if (EntryExit == 1) {
IncludeOffset = Offset-1;
} else if (EntryExit == 2) {
assert(!Entries.empty() && Entries.back().IncludeOffset &&
"PPDirectives should have caught case when popping empty include stack");
// Get the include loc of the last entries' include loc as our include loc.
IncludeOffset = 0;
if (const LineEntry *PrevEntry =
FindNearestLineEntry(FID, Entries.back().IncludeOffset))
IncludeOffset = PrevEntry->IncludeOffset;
}
Entries.push_back(LineEntry::get(Offset, LineNo, FilenameID, FileKind,
IncludeOffset));
}
/// FindNearestLineEntry - Find the line entry nearest to FID that is before
/// it. If there is no line entry before Offset in FID, return null.
const LineEntry *LineTableInfo::FindNearestLineEntry(FileID FID,
unsigned Offset) {
const std::vector<LineEntry> &Entries = LineEntries[FID];
assert(!Entries.empty() && "No #line entries for this FID after all!");
// It is very common for the query to be after the last #line, check this
// first.
if (Entries.back().FileOffset <= Offset)
return &Entries.back();
// Do a binary search to find the maximal element that is still before Offset.
std::vector<LineEntry>::const_iterator I =
std::upper_bound(Entries.begin(), Entries.end(), Offset);
if (I == Entries.begin()) return nullptr;
return &*--I;
}
/// Add a new line entry that has already been encoded into
/// the internal representation of the line table.
void LineTableInfo::AddEntry(FileID FID,
const std::vector<LineEntry> &Entries) {
LineEntries[FID] = Entries;
}
/// getLineTableFilenameID - Return the uniqued ID for the specified filename.
unsigned SourceManager::getLineTableFilenameID(StringRef Name) {
return getLineTable().getLineTableFilenameID(Name);
}
/// AddLineNote - Add a line note to the line table for the FileID and offset
/// specified by Loc. If FilenameID is -1, it is considered to be
/// unspecified.
void SourceManager::AddLineNote(SourceLocation Loc, unsigned LineNo,
int FilenameID, bool IsFileEntry,
bool IsFileExit,
SrcMgr::CharacteristicKind FileKind) {
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first, &Invalid);
if (!Entry.isFile() || Invalid)
return;
const SrcMgr::FileInfo &FileInfo = Entry.getFile();
// Remember that this file has #line directives now if it doesn't already.
const_cast<SrcMgr::FileInfo&>(FileInfo).setHasLineDirectives();
(void) getLineTable();
unsigned EntryExit = 0;
if (IsFileEntry)
EntryExit = 1;
else if (IsFileExit)
EntryExit = 2;
LineTable->AddLineNote(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second, LineNo, FilenameID,
EntryExit, FileKind);
}
LineTableInfo &SourceManager::getLineTable() {
if (!LineTable)
LineTable = new LineTableInfo();
return *LineTable;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Private 'Create' methods.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
SourceManager::SourceManager(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag, FileManager &FileMgr,
bool UserFilesAreVolatile)
: Diag(Diag), FileMgr(FileMgr), UserFilesAreVolatile(UserFilesAreVolatile) {
clearIDTables();
Diag.setSourceManager(this);
}
SourceManager::~SourceManager() {
delete LineTable;
// Delete FileEntry objects corresponding to content caches. Since the actual
// content cache objects are bump pointer allocated, we just have to run the
// dtors, but we call the deallocate method for completeness.
for (unsigned i = 0, e = MemBufferInfos.size(); i != e; ++i) {
if (MemBufferInfos[i]) {
MemBufferInfos[i]->~ContentCache();
ContentCacheAlloc.Deallocate(MemBufferInfos[i]);
}
}
for (llvm::DenseMap<const FileEntry*, SrcMgr::ContentCache*>::iterator
I = FileInfos.begin(), E = FileInfos.end(); I != E; ++I) {
if (I->second) {
I->second->~ContentCache();
ContentCacheAlloc.Deallocate(I->second);
}
}
}
void SourceManager::clearIDTables() {
MainFileID = FileID();
LocalSLocEntryTable.clear();
LoadedSLocEntryTable.clear();
SLocEntryLoaded.clear();
LastLineNoFileIDQuery = FileID();
LastLineNoContentCache = nullptr;
LastFileIDLookup = FileID();
if (LineTable)
LineTable->clear();
// Use up FileID #0 as an invalid expansion.
NextLocalOffset = 0;
CurrentLoadedOffset = MaxLoadedOffset;
createExpansionLoc(SourceLocation(), SourceLocation(), SourceLocation(), 1);
}
void SourceManager::initializeForReplay(const SourceManager &Old) {
assert(MainFileID.isInvalid() && "expected uninitialized SourceManager");
auto CloneContentCache = [&](const ContentCache *Cache) -> ContentCache * {
auto *Clone = new (ContentCacheAlloc.Allocate<ContentCache>()) ContentCache;
Clone->OrigEntry = Cache->OrigEntry;
Clone->ContentsEntry = Cache->ContentsEntry;
Clone->BufferOverridden = Cache->BufferOverridden;
Clone->IsSystemFile = Cache->IsSystemFile;
Clone->IsTransient = Cache->IsTransient;
Clone->replaceBuffer(Cache->getRawBuffer(), /*DoNotFree*/true);
return Clone;
};
// Ensure all SLocEntries are loaded from the external source.
for (unsigned I = 0, N = Old.LoadedSLocEntryTable.size(); I != N; ++I)
if (!Old.SLocEntryLoaded[I])
Old.loadSLocEntry(I, nullptr);
// Inherit any content cache data from the old source manager.
for (auto &FileInfo : Old.FileInfos) {
SrcMgr::ContentCache *&Slot = FileInfos[FileInfo.first];
if (Slot)
continue;
Slot = CloneContentCache(FileInfo.second);
}
}
/// getOrCreateContentCache - Create or return a cached ContentCache for the
/// specified file.
const ContentCache *
SourceManager::getOrCreateContentCache(const FileEntry *FileEnt,
bool isSystemFile) {
assert(FileEnt && "Didn't specify a file entry to use?");
// Do we already have information about this file?
ContentCache *&Entry = FileInfos[FileEnt];
if (Entry) return Entry;
// Nope, create a new Cache entry.
Entry = ContentCacheAlloc.Allocate<ContentCache>();
if (OverriddenFilesInfo) {
// If the file contents are overridden with contents from another file,
// pass that file to ContentCache.
llvm::DenseMap<const FileEntry *, const FileEntry *>::iterator
overI = OverriddenFilesInfo->OverriddenFiles.find(FileEnt);
if (overI == OverriddenFilesInfo->OverriddenFiles.end())
new (Entry) ContentCache(FileEnt);
else
new (Entry) ContentCache(OverridenFilesKeepOriginalName ? FileEnt
: overI->second,
overI->second);
} else {
new (Entry) ContentCache(FileEnt);
}
Entry->IsSystemFile = isSystemFile;
Entry->IsTransient = FilesAreTransient;
return Entry;
}
/// Create a new ContentCache for the specified memory buffer.
/// This does no caching.
const ContentCache *
SourceManager::createMemBufferContentCache(const llvm::MemoryBuffer *Buffer,
bool DoNotFree) {
// Add a new ContentCache to the MemBufferInfos list and return it.
ContentCache *Entry = ContentCacheAlloc.Allocate<ContentCache>();
new (Entry) ContentCache();
MemBufferInfos.push_back(Entry);
Entry->replaceBuffer(Buffer, DoNotFree);
return Entry;
}
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &SourceManager::loadSLocEntry(unsigned Index,
bool *Invalid) const {
assert(!SLocEntryLoaded[Index]);
if (ExternalSLocEntries->ReadSLocEntry(-(static_cast<int>(Index) + 2))) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
// If the file of the SLocEntry changed we could still have loaded it.
if (!SLocEntryLoaded[Index]) {
// Try to recover; create a SLocEntry so the rest of clang can handle it.
LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index] = SLocEntry::get(0,
FileInfo::get(SourceLocation(),
getFakeContentCacheForRecovery(),
SrcMgr::C_User));
}
}
return LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index];
}
std::pair<int, unsigned>
SourceManager::AllocateLoadedSLocEntries(unsigned NumSLocEntries,
unsigned TotalSize) {
assert(ExternalSLocEntries && "Don't have an external sloc source");
// Make sure we're not about to run out of source locations.
if (CurrentLoadedOffset - TotalSize < NextLocalOffset)
return std::make_pair(0, 0);
LoadedSLocEntryTable.resize(LoadedSLocEntryTable.size() + NumSLocEntries);
SLocEntryLoaded.resize(LoadedSLocEntryTable.size());
CurrentLoadedOffset -= TotalSize;
int ID = LoadedSLocEntryTable.size();
return std::make_pair(-ID - 1, CurrentLoadedOffset);
}
/// As part of recovering from missing or changed content, produce a
/// fake, non-empty buffer.
llvm::MemoryBuffer *SourceManager::getFakeBufferForRecovery() const {
if (!FakeBufferForRecovery)
FakeBufferForRecovery =
llvm::MemoryBuffer::getMemBuffer("<<<INVALID BUFFER>>");
return FakeBufferForRecovery.get();
}
/// As part of recovering from missing or changed content, produce a
/// fake content cache.
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *
SourceManager::getFakeContentCacheForRecovery() const {
if (!FakeContentCacheForRecovery) {
FakeContentCacheForRecovery = llvm::make_unique<SrcMgr::ContentCache>();
FakeContentCacheForRecovery->replaceBuffer(getFakeBufferForRecovery(),
/*DoNotFree=*/true);
}
return FakeContentCacheForRecovery.get();
}
/// Returns the previous in-order FileID or an invalid FileID if there
/// is no previous one.
FileID SourceManager::getPreviousFileID(FileID FID) const {
if (FID.isInvalid())
return FileID();
int ID = FID.ID;
if (ID == -1)
return FileID();
if (ID > 0) {
if (ID-1 == 0)
return FileID();
} else if (unsigned(-(ID-1) - 2) >= LoadedSLocEntryTable.size()) {
return FileID();
}
return FileID::get(ID-1);
}
/// Returns the next in-order FileID or an invalid FileID if there is
/// no next one.
FileID SourceManager::getNextFileID(FileID FID) const {
if (FID.isInvalid())
return FileID();
int ID = FID.ID;
if (ID > 0) {
if (unsigned(ID+1) >= local_sloc_entry_size())
return FileID();
} else if (ID+1 >= -1) {
return FileID();
}
return FileID::get(ID+1);
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Methods to create new FileID's and macro expansions.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// createFileID - Create a new FileID for the specified ContentCache and
/// include position. This works regardless of whether the ContentCache
/// corresponds to a file or some other input source.
FileID SourceManager::createFileID(const ContentCache *File,
SourceLocation IncludePos,
SrcMgr::CharacteristicKind FileCharacter,
int LoadedID, unsigned LoadedOffset) {
if (LoadedID < 0) {
assert(LoadedID != -1 && "Loading sentinel FileID");
unsigned Index = unsigned(-LoadedID) - 2;
assert(Index < LoadedSLocEntryTable.size() && "FileID out of range");
assert(!SLocEntryLoaded[Index] && "FileID already loaded");
LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index] = SLocEntry::get(LoadedOffset,
FileInfo::get(IncludePos, File, FileCharacter));
SLocEntryLoaded[Index] = true;
return FileID::get(LoadedID);
}
LocalSLocEntryTable.push_back(SLocEntry::get(NextLocalOffset,
FileInfo::get(IncludePos, File,
FileCharacter)));
unsigned FileSize = File->getSize();
assert(NextLocalOffset + FileSize + 1 > NextLocalOffset &&
NextLocalOffset + FileSize + 1 <= CurrentLoadedOffset &&
"Ran out of source locations!");
// We do a +1 here because we want a SourceLocation that means "the end of the
// file", e.g. for the "no newline at the end of the file" diagnostic.
NextLocalOffset += FileSize + 1;
// Set LastFileIDLookup to the newly created file. The next getFileID call is
// almost guaranteed to be from that file.
FileID FID = FileID::get(LocalSLocEntryTable.size()-1);
return LastFileIDLookup = FID;
}
SourceLocation
SourceManager::createMacroArgExpansionLoc(SourceLocation SpellingLoc,
SourceLocation ExpansionLoc,
unsigned TokLength) {
ExpansionInfo Info = ExpansionInfo::createForMacroArg(SpellingLoc,
ExpansionLoc);
return createExpansionLocImpl(Info, TokLength);
}
SourceLocation
SourceManager::createExpansionLoc(SourceLocation SpellingLoc,
SourceLocation ExpansionLocStart,
SourceLocation ExpansionLocEnd,
unsigned TokLength,
bool ExpansionIsTokenRange,
int LoadedID,
unsigned LoadedOffset) {
ExpansionInfo Info = ExpansionInfo::create(
SpellingLoc, ExpansionLocStart, ExpansionLocEnd, ExpansionIsTokenRange);
return createExpansionLocImpl(Info, TokLength, LoadedID, LoadedOffset);
}
SourceLocation SourceManager::createTokenSplitLoc(SourceLocation Spelling,
SourceLocation TokenStart,
SourceLocation TokenEnd) {
assert(getFileID(TokenStart) == getFileID(TokenEnd) &&
"token spans multiple files");
return createExpansionLocImpl(
ExpansionInfo::createForTokenSplit(Spelling, TokenStart, TokenEnd),
TokenEnd.getOffset() - TokenStart.getOffset());
}
SourceLocation
SourceManager::createExpansionLocImpl(const ExpansionInfo &Info,
unsigned TokLength,
int LoadedID,
unsigned LoadedOffset) {
if (LoadedID < 0) {
assert(LoadedID != -1 && "Loading sentinel FileID");
unsigned Index = unsigned(-LoadedID) - 2;
assert(Index < LoadedSLocEntryTable.size() && "FileID out of range");
assert(!SLocEntryLoaded[Index] && "FileID already loaded");
LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index] = SLocEntry::get(LoadedOffset, Info);
SLocEntryLoaded[Index] = true;
return SourceLocation::getMacroLoc(LoadedOffset);
}
LocalSLocEntryTable.push_back(SLocEntry::get(NextLocalOffset, Info));
assert(NextLocalOffset + TokLength + 1 > NextLocalOffset &&
NextLocalOffset + TokLength + 1 <= CurrentLoadedOffset &&
"Ran out of source locations!");
// See createFileID for that +1.
NextLocalOffset += TokLength + 1;
return SourceLocation::getMacroLoc(NextLocalOffset - (TokLength + 1));
}
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *
SourceManager::getMemoryBufferForFile(const FileEntry *File, bool *Invalid) {
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *IR = getOrCreateContentCache(File);
assert(IR && "getOrCreateContentCache() cannot return NULL");
return IR->getBuffer(Diag, *this, SourceLocation(), Invalid);
}
void SourceManager::overrideFileContents(const FileEntry *SourceFile,
llvm::MemoryBuffer *Buffer,
bool DoNotFree) {
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *IR = getOrCreateContentCache(SourceFile);
assert(IR && "getOrCreateContentCache() cannot return NULL");
const_cast<SrcMgr::ContentCache *>(IR)->replaceBuffer(Buffer, DoNotFree);
const_cast<SrcMgr::ContentCache *>(IR)->BufferOverridden = true;
getOverriddenFilesInfo().OverriddenFilesWithBuffer.insert(SourceFile);
}
void SourceManager::overrideFileContents(const FileEntry *SourceFile,
const FileEntry *NewFile) {
assert(SourceFile->getSize() == NewFile->getSize() &&
"Different sizes, use the FileManager to create a virtual file with "
"the correct size");
assert(FileInfos.count(SourceFile) == 0 &&
"This function should be called at the initialization stage, before "
"any parsing occurs.");
getOverriddenFilesInfo().OverriddenFiles[SourceFile] = NewFile;
}
void SourceManager::disableFileContentsOverride(const FileEntry *File) {
if (!isFileOverridden(File))
return;
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *IR = getOrCreateContentCache(File);
const_cast<SrcMgr::ContentCache *>(IR)->replaceBuffer(nullptr);
const_cast<SrcMgr::ContentCache *>(IR)->ContentsEntry = IR->OrigEntry;
assert(OverriddenFilesInfo);
OverriddenFilesInfo->OverriddenFiles.erase(File);
OverriddenFilesInfo->OverriddenFilesWithBuffer.erase(File);
}
void SourceManager::setFileIsTransient(const FileEntry *File) {
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *CC = getOrCreateContentCache(File);
const_cast<SrcMgr::ContentCache *>(CC)->IsTransient = true;
}
StringRef SourceManager::getBufferData(FileID FID, bool *Invalid) const {
bool MyInvalid = false;
const SLocEntry &SLoc = getSLocEntry(FID, &MyInvalid);
if (!SLoc.isFile() || MyInvalid) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
return "<<<<<INVALID SOURCE LOCATION>>>>>";
}
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *Buf = SLoc.getFile().getContentCache()->getBuffer(
Diag, *this, SourceLocation(), &MyInvalid);
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = MyInvalid;
if (MyInvalid)
return "<<<<<INVALID SOURCE LOCATION>>>>>";
return Buf->getBuffer();
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// SourceLocation manipulation methods.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Return the FileID for a SourceLocation.
///
/// This is the cache-miss path of getFileID. Not as hot as that function, but
/// still very important. It is responsible for finding the entry in the
/// SLocEntry tables that contains the specified location.
FileID SourceManager::getFileIDSlow(unsigned SLocOffset) const {
if (!SLocOffset)
return FileID::get(0);
// Now it is time to search for the correct file. See where the SLocOffset
// sits in the global view and consult local or loaded buffers for it.
if (SLocOffset < NextLocalOffset)
return getFileIDLocal(SLocOffset);
return getFileIDLoaded(SLocOffset);
}
/// Return the FileID for a SourceLocation with a low offset.
///
/// This function knows that the SourceLocation is in a local buffer, not a
/// loaded one.
FileID SourceManager::getFileIDLocal(unsigned SLocOffset) const {
assert(SLocOffset < NextLocalOffset && "Bad function choice");
// After the first and second level caches, I see two common sorts of
// behavior: 1) a lot of searched FileID's are "near" the cached file
// location or are "near" the cached expansion location. 2) others are just
// completely random and may be a very long way away.
//
// To handle this, we do a linear search for up to 8 steps to catch #1 quickly
// then we fall back to a less cache efficient, but more scalable, binary
// search to find the location.
// See if this is near the file point - worst case we start scanning from the
// most newly created FileID.
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry *I;
if (LastFileIDLookup.ID < 0 ||
LocalSLocEntryTable[LastFileIDLookup.ID].getOffset() < SLocOffset) {
// Neither loc prunes our search.
I = LocalSLocEntryTable.end();
} else {
// Perhaps it is near the file point.
I = LocalSLocEntryTable.begin()+LastFileIDLookup.ID;
}
// Find the FileID that contains this. "I" is an iterator that points to a
// FileID whose offset is known to be larger than SLocOffset.
unsigned NumProbes = 0;
while (true) {
--I;
if (I->getOffset() <= SLocOffset) {
FileID Res = FileID::get(int(I - LocalSLocEntryTable.begin()));
// If this isn't an expansion, remember it. We have good locality across
// FileID lookups.
if (!I->isExpansion())
LastFileIDLookup = Res;
NumLinearScans += NumProbes+1;
return Res;
}
if (++NumProbes == 8)
break;
}
// Convert "I" back into an index. We know that it is an entry whose index is
// larger than the offset we are looking for.
unsigned GreaterIndex = I - LocalSLocEntryTable.begin();
// LessIndex - This is the lower bound of the range that we're searching.
// We know that the offset corresponding to the FileID is is less than
// SLocOffset.
unsigned LessIndex = 0;
NumProbes = 0;
while (true) {
bool Invalid = false;
unsigned MiddleIndex = (GreaterIndex-LessIndex)/2+LessIndex;
unsigned MidOffset = getLocalSLocEntry(MiddleIndex, &Invalid).getOffset();
if (Invalid)
return FileID::get(0);
++NumProbes;
// If the offset of the midpoint is too large, chop the high side of the
// range to the midpoint.
if (MidOffset > SLocOffset) {
GreaterIndex = MiddleIndex;
continue;
}
// If the middle index contains the value, succeed and return.
// FIXME: This could be made faster by using a function that's aware of
// being in the local area.
if (isOffsetInFileID(FileID::get(MiddleIndex), SLocOffset)) {
FileID Res = FileID::get(MiddleIndex);
// If this isn't a macro expansion, remember it. We have good locality
// across FileID lookups.
if (!LocalSLocEntryTable[MiddleIndex].isExpansion())
LastFileIDLookup = Res;
NumBinaryProbes += NumProbes;
return Res;
}
// Otherwise, move the low-side up to the middle index.
LessIndex = MiddleIndex;
}
}
/// Return the FileID for a SourceLocation with a high offset.
///
/// This function knows that the SourceLocation is in a loaded buffer, not a
/// local one.
FileID SourceManager::getFileIDLoaded(unsigned SLocOffset) const {
// Sanity checking, otherwise a bug may lead to hanging in release build.
if (SLocOffset < CurrentLoadedOffset) {
assert(0 && "Invalid SLocOffset or bad function choice");
return FileID();
}
// Essentially the same as the local case, but the loaded array is sorted
// in the other direction.
// First do a linear scan from the last lookup position, if possible.
unsigned I;
int LastID = LastFileIDLookup.ID;
if (LastID >= 0 || getLoadedSLocEntryByID(LastID).getOffset() < SLocOffset)
I = 0;
else
I = (-LastID - 2) + 1;
unsigned NumProbes;
for (NumProbes = 0; NumProbes < 8; ++NumProbes, ++I) {
// Make sure the entry is loaded!
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &E = getLoadedSLocEntry(I);
if (E.getOffset() <= SLocOffset) {
FileID Res = FileID::get(-int(I) - 2);
if (!E.isExpansion())
LastFileIDLookup = Res;
NumLinearScans += NumProbes + 1;
return Res;
}
}
// Linear scan failed. Do the binary search. Note the reverse sorting of the
// table: GreaterIndex is the one where the offset is greater, which is
// actually a lower index!
unsigned GreaterIndex = I;
unsigned LessIndex = LoadedSLocEntryTable.size();
NumProbes = 0;
while (true) {
++NumProbes;
unsigned MiddleIndex = (LessIndex - GreaterIndex) / 2 + GreaterIndex;
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &E = getLoadedSLocEntry(MiddleIndex);
if (E.getOffset() == 0)
return FileID(); // invalid entry.
++NumProbes;
if (E.getOffset() > SLocOffset) {
// Sanity checking, otherwise a bug may lead to hanging in release build.
if (GreaterIndex == MiddleIndex) {
assert(0 && "binary search missed the entry");
return FileID();
}
GreaterIndex = MiddleIndex;
continue;
}
if (isOffsetInFileID(FileID::get(-int(MiddleIndex) - 2), SLocOffset)) {
FileID Res = FileID::get(-int(MiddleIndex) - 2);
if (!E.isExpansion())
LastFileIDLookup = Res;
NumBinaryProbes += NumProbes;
return Res;
}
// Sanity checking, otherwise a bug may lead to hanging in release build.
if (LessIndex == MiddleIndex) {
assert(0 && "binary search missed the entry");
return FileID();
}
LessIndex = MiddleIndex;
}
}
SourceLocation SourceManager::
getExpansionLocSlowCase(SourceLocation Loc) const {
do {
// Note: If Loc indicates an offset into a token that came from a macro
// expansion (e.g. the 5th character of the token) we do not want to add
// this offset when going to the expansion location. The expansion
// location is the macro invocation, which the offset has nothing to do
// with. This is unlike when we get the spelling loc, because the offset
// directly correspond to the token whose spelling we're inspecting.
Loc = getSLocEntry(getFileID(Loc)).getExpansion().getExpansionLocStart();
} while (!Loc.isFileID());
return Loc;
}
SourceLocation SourceManager::getSpellingLocSlowCase(SourceLocation Loc) const {
do {
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedLoc(Loc);
Loc = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first).getExpansion().getSpellingLoc();
Loc = Loc.getLocWithOffset(LocInfo.second);
} while (!Loc.isFileID());
return Loc;
}
SourceLocation SourceManager::getFileLocSlowCase(SourceLocation Loc) const {
do {
if (isMacroArgExpansion(Loc))
Loc = getImmediateSpellingLoc(Loc);
else
Loc = getImmediateExpansionRange(Loc).getBegin();
} while (!Loc.isFileID());
return Loc;
}
std::pair<FileID, unsigned>
SourceManager::getDecomposedExpansionLocSlowCase(
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry *E) const {
// If this is an expansion record, walk through all the expansion points.
FileID FID;
SourceLocation Loc;
unsigned Offset;
do {
Loc = E->getExpansion().getExpansionLocStart();
FID = getFileID(Loc);
E = &getSLocEntry(FID);
Offset = Loc.getOffset()-E->getOffset();
} while (!Loc.isFileID());
return std::make_pair(FID, Offset);
}
std::pair<FileID, unsigned>
SourceManager::getDecomposedSpellingLocSlowCase(const SrcMgr::SLocEntry *E,
unsigned Offset) const {
// If this is an expansion record, walk through all the expansion points.
FileID FID;
SourceLocation Loc;
do {
Loc = E->getExpansion().getSpellingLoc();
Loc = Loc.getLocWithOffset(Offset);
FID = getFileID(Loc);
E = &getSLocEntry(FID);
Offset = Loc.getOffset()-E->getOffset();
} while (!Loc.isFileID());
return std::make_pair(FID, Offset);
}
/// getImmediateSpellingLoc - Given a SourceLocation object, return the
/// spelling location referenced by the ID. This is the first level down
/// towards the place where the characters that make up the lexed token can be
/// found. This should not generally be used by clients.
SourceLocation SourceManager::getImmediateSpellingLoc(SourceLocation Loc) const{
if (Loc.isFileID()) return Loc;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedLoc(Loc);
Loc = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first).getExpansion().getSpellingLoc();
return Loc.getLocWithOffset(LocInfo.second);
}
/// getImmediateExpansionRange - Loc is required to be an expansion location.
/// Return the start/end of the expansion information.
CharSourceRange
SourceManager::getImmediateExpansionRange(SourceLocation Loc) const {
assert(Loc.isMacroID() && "Not a macro expansion loc!");
const ExpansionInfo &Expansion = getSLocEntry(getFileID(Loc)).getExpansion();
return Expansion.getExpansionLocRange();
}
SourceLocation SourceManager::getTopMacroCallerLoc(SourceLocation Loc) const {
while (isMacroArgExpansion(Loc))
Loc = getImmediateSpellingLoc(Loc);
return Loc;
}
/// getExpansionRange - Given a SourceLocation object, return the range of
/// tokens covered by the expansion in the ultimate file.
CharSourceRange SourceManager::getExpansionRange(SourceLocation Loc) const {
if (Loc.isFileID())
return CharSourceRange(SourceRange(Loc, Loc), true);
CharSourceRange Res = getImmediateExpansionRange(Loc);
// Fully resolve the start and end locations to their ultimate expansion
// points.
while (!Res.getBegin().isFileID())
Res.setBegin(getImmediateExpansionRange(Res.getBegin()).getBegin());
while (!Res.getEnd().isFileID()) {
CharSourceRange EndRange = getImmediateExpansionRange(Res.getEnd());
Res.setEnd(EndRange.getEnd());
Res.setTokenRange(EndRange.isTokenRange());
}
return Res;
}
bool SourceManager::isMacroArgExpansion(SourceLocation Loc,
SourceLocation *StartLoc) const {
if (!Loc.isMacroID()) return false;
FileID FID = getFileID(Loc);
const SrcMgr::ExpansionInfo &Expansion = getSLocEntry(FID).getExpansion();
if (!Expansion.isMacroArgExpansion()) return false;
if (StartLoc)
*StartLoc = Expansion.getExpansionLocStart();
return true;
}
bool SourceManager::isMacroBodyExpansion(SourceLocation Loc) const {
if (!Loc.isMacroID()) return false;
FileID FID = getFileID(Loc);
const SrcMgr::ExpansionInfo &Expansion = getSLocEntry(FID).getExpansion();
return Expansion.isMacroBodyExpansion();
}
bool SourceManager::isAtStartOfImmediateMacroExpansion(SourceLocation Loc,
SourceLocation *MacroBegin) const {
assert(Loc.isValid() && Loc.isMacroID() && "Expected a valid macro loc");
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> DecompLoc = getDecomposedLoc(Loc);
if (DecompLoc.second > 0)
return false; // Does not point at the start of expansion range.
bool Invalid = false;
const SrcMgr::ExpansionInfo &ExpInfo =
getSLocEntry(DecompLoc.first, &Invalid).getExpansion();
if (Invalid)
return false;
SourceLocation ExpLoc = ExpInfo.getExpansionLocStart();
if (ExpInfo.isMacroArgExpansion()) {
// For macro argument expansions, check if the previous FileID is part of
// the same argument expansion, in which case this Loc is not at the
// beginning of the expansion.
FileID PrevFID = getPreviousFileID(DecompLoc.first);
if (!PrevFID.isInvalid()) {
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &PrevEntry = getSLocEntry(PrevFID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return false;
if (PrevEntry.isExpansion() &&
PrevEntry.getExpansion().getExpansionLocStart() == ExpLoc)
return false;
}
}
if (MacroBegin)
*MacroBegin = ExpLoc;
return true;
}
bool SourceManager::isAtEndOfImmediateMacroExpansion(SourceLocation Loc,
SourceLocation *MacroEnd) const {
assert(Loc.isValid() && Loc.isMacroID() && "Expected a valid macro loc");
FileID FID = getFileID(Loc);
SourceLocation NextLoc = Loc.getLocWithOffset(1);
if (isInFileID(NextLoc, FID))
return false; // Does not point at the end of expansion range.
bool Invalid = false;
const SrcMgr::ExpansionInfo &ExpInfo =
getSLocEntry(FID, &Invalid).getExpansion();
if (Invalid)
return false;
if (ExpInfo.isMacroArgExpansion()) {
// For macro argument expansions, check if the next FileID is part of the
// same argument expansion, in which case this Loc is not at the end of the
// expansion.
FileID NextFID = getNextFileID(FID);
if (!NextFID.isInvalid()) {
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &NextEntry = getSLocEntry(NextFID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return false;
if (NextEntry.isExpansion() &&
NextEntry.getExpansion().getExpansionLocStart() ==
ExpInfo.getExpansionLocStart())
return false;
}
}
if (MacroEnd)
*MacroEnd = ExpInfo.getExpansionLocEnd();
return true;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Queries about the code at a SourceLocation.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// getCharacterData - Return a pointer to the start of the specified location
/// in the appropriate MemoryBuffer.
const char *SourceManager::getCharacterData(SourceLocation SL,
bool *Invalid) const {
// Note that this is a hot function in the getSpelling() path, which is
// heavily used by -E mode.
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedSpellingLoc(SL);
// Note that calling 'getBuffer()' may lazily page in a source file.
bool CharDataInvalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first, &CharDataInvalid);
if (CharDataInvalid || !Entry.isFile()) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
return "<<<<INVALID BUFFER>>>>";
}
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *Buffer =
Entry.getFile().getContentCache()->getBuffer(
Diag, *this, SourceLocation(), &CharDataInvalid);
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = CharDataInvalid;
return Buffer->getBufferStart() + (CharDataInvalid? 0 : LocInfo.second);
}
/// getColumnNumber - Return the column # for the specified file position.
/// this is significantly cheaper to compute than the line number.
unsigned SourceManager::getColumnNumber(FileID FID, unsigned FilePos,
bool *Invalid) const {
bool MyInvalid = false;
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *MemBuf = getBuffer(FID, &MyInvalid);
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = MyInvalid;
if (MyInvalid)
return 1;
// It is okay to request a position just past the end of the buffer.
if (FilePos > MemBuf->getBufferSize()) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
return 1;
}
const char *Buf = MemBuf->getBufferStart();
// See if we just calculated the line number for this FilePos and can use
// that to lookup the start of the line instead of searching for it.
if (LastLineNoFileIDQuery == FID &&
LastLineNoContentCache->SourceLineCache != nullptr &&
LastLineNoResult < LastLineNoContentCache->NumLines) {
unsigned *SourceLineCache = LastLineNoContentCache->SourceLineCache;
unsigned LineStart = SourceLineCache[LastLineNoResult - 1];
unsigned LineEnd = SourceLineCache[LastLineNoResult];
if (FilePos >= LineStart && FilePos < LineEnd) {
// LineEnd is the LineStart of the next line.
// A line ends with separator LF or CR+LF on Windows.
// FilePos might point to the last separator,
// but we need a column number at most 1 + the last column.
if (FilePos + 1 == LineEnd && FilePos > LineStart) {
if (Buf[FilePos - 1] == '\r' || Buf[FilePos - 1] == '\n')
--FilePos;
}
return FilePos - LineStart + 1;
}
}
unsigned LineStart = FilePos;
while (LineStart && Buf[LineStart-1] != '\n' && Buf[LineStart-1] != '\r')
--LineStart;
return FilePos-LineStart+1;
}
// isInvalid - Return the result of calling loc.isInvalid(), and
// if Invalid is not null, set its value to same.
template<typename LocType>
static bool isInvalid(LocType Loc, bool *Invalid) {
bool MyInvalid = Loc.isInvalid();
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = MyInvalid;
return MyInvalid;
}
unsigned SourceManager::getSpellingColumnNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (isInvalid(Loc, Invalid)) return 0;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedSpellingLoc(Loc);
return getColumnNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second, Invalid);
}
unsigned SourceManager::getExpansionColumnNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (isInvalid(Loc, Invalid)) return 0;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
return getColumnNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second, Invalid);
}
unsigned SourceManager::getPresumedColumnNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
PresumedLoc PLoc = getPresumedLoc(Loc);
if (isInvalid(PLoc, Invalid)) return 0;
return PLoc.getColumn();
}
#ifdef __SSE2__
#include <emmintrin.h>
#endif
static LLVM_ATTRIBUTE_NOINLINE void
ComputeLineNumbers(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag, ContentCache *FI,
llvm::BumpPtrAllocator &Alloc,
const SourceManager &SM, bool &Invalid);
static void ComputeLineNumbers(DiagnosticsEngine &Diag, ContentCache *FI,
llvm::BumpPtrAllocator &Alloc,
const SourceManager &SM, bool &Invalid) {
// Note that calling 'getBuffer()' may lazily page in the file.
const MemoryBuffer *Buffer =
FI->getBuffer(Diag, SM, SourceLocation(), &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return;
// Find the file offsets of all of the *physical* source lines. This does
// not look at trigraphs, escaped newlines, or anything else tricky.
SmallVector<unsigned, 256> LineOffsets;
// Line #1 starts at char 0.
LineOffsets.push_back(0);
const unsigned char *Buf = (const unsigned char *)Buffer->getBufferStart();
const unsigned char *End = (const unsigned char *)Buffer->getBufferEnd();
unsigned I = 0;
while (true) {
// Skip over the contents of the line.
while (Buf[I] != '\n' && Buf[I] != '\r' && Buf[I] != '\0')
++I;
if (Buf[I] == '\n' || Buf[I] == '\r') {
// If this is \r\n, skip both characters.
if (Buf[I] == '\r' && Buf[I+1] == '\n')
++I;
++I;
LineOffsets.push_back(I);
} else {
// Otherwise, this is a NUL. If end of file, exit.
if (Buf+I == End) break;
++I;
}
}
// Copy the offsets into the FileInfo structure.
FI->NumLines = LineOffsets.size();
FI->SourceLineCache = Alloc.Allocate<unsigned>(LineOffsets.size());
std::copy(LineOffsets.begin(), LineOffsets.end(), FI->SourceLineCache);
}
/// getLineNumber - Given a SourceLocation, return the spelling line number
/// for the position indicated. This requires building and caching a table of
/// line offsets for the MemoryBuffer, so this is not cheap: use only when
/// about to emit a diagnostic.
unsigned SourceManager::getLineNumber(FileID FID, unsigned FilePos,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (FID.isInvalid()) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
return 1;
}
ContentCache *Content;
if (LastLineNoFileIDQuery == FID)
Content = LastLineNoContentCache;
else {
bool MyInvalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(FID, &MyInvalid);
if (MyInvalid || !Entry.isFile()) {
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = true;
return 1;
}
Content = const_cast<ContentCache*>(Entry.getFile().getContentCache());
}
// If this is the first use of line information for this buffer, compute the
/// SourceLineCache for it on demand.
if (!Content->SourceLineCache) {
bool MyInvalid = false;
ComputeLineNumbers(Diag, Content, ContentCacheAlloc, *this, MyInvalid);
if (Invalid)
*Invalid = MyInvalid;
if (MyInvalid)
return 1;
} else if (Invalid)
*Invalid = false;
// Okay, we know we have a line number table. Do a binary search to find the
// line number that this character position lands on.
unsigned *SourceLineCache = Content->SourceLineCache;
unsigned *SourceLineCacheStart = SourceLineCache;
unsigned *SourceLineCacheEnd = SourceLineCache + Content->NumLines;
unsigned QueriedFilePos = FilePos+1;
// FIXME: I would like to be convinced that this code is worth being as
// complicated as it is, binary search isn't that slow.
//
// If it is worth being optimized, then in my opinion it could be more
// performant, simpler, and more obviously correct by just "galloping" outward
// from the queried file position. In fact, this could be incorporated into a
// generic algorithm such as lower_bound_with_hint.
//
// If someone gives me a test case where this matters, and I will do it! - DWD
// If the previous query was to the same file, we know both the file pos from
// that query and the line number returned. This allows us to narrow the
// search space from the entire file to something near the match.
if (LastLineNoFileIDQuery == FID) {
if (QueriedFilePos >= LastLineNoFilePos) {
// FIXME: Potential overflow?
SourceLineCache = SourceLineCache+LastLineNoResult-1;
// The query is likely to be nearby the previous one. Here we check to
// see if it is within 5, 10 or 20 lines. It can be far away in cases
// where big comment blocks and vertical whitespace eat up lines but
// contribute no tokens.
if (SourceLineCache+5 < SourceLineCacheEnd) {
if (SourceLineCache[5] > QueriedFilePos)
SourceLineCacheEnd = SourceLineCache+5;
else if (SourceLineCache+10 < SourceLineCacheEnd) {
if (SourceLineCache[10] > QueriedFilePos)
SourceLineCacheEnd = SourceLineCache+10;
else if (SourceLineCache+20 < SourceLineCacheEnd) {
if (SourceLineCache[20] > QueriedFilePos)
SourceLineCacheEnd = SourceLineCache+20;
}
}
}
} else {
if (LastLineNoResult < Content->NumLines)
SourceLineCacheEnd = SourceLineCache+LastLineNoResult+1;
}
}
unsigned *Pos
= std::lower_bound(SourceLineCache, SourceLineCacheEnd, QueriedFilePos);
unsigned LineNo = Pos-SourceLineCacheStart;
LastLineNoFileIDQuery = FID;
LastLineNoContentCache = Content;
LastLineNoFilePos = QueriedFilePos;
LastLineNoResult = LineNo;
return LineNo;
}
unsigned SourceManager::getSpellingLineNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (isInvalid(Loc, Invalid)) return 0;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedSpellingLoc(Loc);
return getLineNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second);
}
unsigned SourceManager::getExpansionLineNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (isInvalid(Loc, Invalid)) return 0;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
return getLineNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second);
}
unsigned SourceManager::getPresumedLineNumber(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
PresumedLoc PLoc = getPresumedLoc(Loc);
if (isInvalid(PLoc, Invalid)) return 0;
return PLoc.getLine();
}
/// getFileCharacteristic - return the file characteristic of the specified
/// source location, indicating whether this is a normal file, a system
/// header, or an "implicit extern C" system header.
///
/// This state can be modified with flags on GNU linemarker directives like:
/// # 4 "foo.h" 3
/// which changes all source locations in the current file after that to be
/// considered to be from a system header.
SrcMgr::CharacteristicKind
SourceManager::getFileCharacteristic(SourceLocation Loc) const {
assert(Loc.isValid() && "Can't get file characteristic of invalid loc!");
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &SEntry = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first, &Invalid);
if (Invalid || !SEntry.isFile())
return C_User;
const SrcMgr::FileInfo &FI = SEntry.getFile();
// If there are no #line directives in this file, just return the whole-file
// state.
if (!FI.hasLineDirectives())
return FI.getFileCharacteristic();
assert(LineTable && "Can't have linetable entries without a LineTable!");
// See if there is a #line directive before the location.
const LineEntry *Entry =
LineTable->FindNearestLineEntry(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second);
// If this is before the first line marker, use the file characteristic.
if (!Entry)
return FI.getFileCharacteristic();
return Entry->FileKind;
}
/// Return the filename or buffer identifier of the buffer the location is in.
/// Note that this name does not respect \#line directives. Use getPresumedLoc
/// for normal clients.
StringRef SourceManager::getBufferName(SourceLocation Loc,
bool *Invalid) const {
if (isInvalid(Loc, Invalid)) return "<invalid loc>";
return getBuffer(getFileID(Loc), Invalid)->getBufferIdentifier();
}
/// getPresumedLoc - This method returns the "presumed" location of a
/// SourceLocation specifies. A "presumed location" can be modified by \#line
/// or GNU line marker directives. This provides a view on the data that a
/// user should see in diagnostics, for example.
///
/// Note that a presumed location is always given as the expansion point of an
/// expansion location, not at the spelling location.
PresumedLoc SourceManager::getPresumedLoc(SourceLocation Loc,
bool UseLineDirectives) const {
if (Loc.isInvalid()) return PresumedLoc();
// Presumed locations are always for expansion points.
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first, &Invalid);
if (Invalid || !Entry.isFile())
return PresumedLoc();
const SrcMgr::FileInfo &FI = Entry.getFile();
const SrcMgr::ContentCache *C = FI.getContentCache();
// To get the source name, first consult the FileEntry (if one exists)
// before the MemBuffer as this will avoid unnecessarily paging in the
// MemBuffer.
FileID FID = LocInfo.first;
StringRef Filename;
if (C->OrigEntry)
Filename = C->OrigEntry->getName();
else
Filename = C->getBuffer(Diag, *this)->getBufferIdentifier();
unsigned LineNo = getLineNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return PresumedLoc();
unsigned ColNo = getColumnNumber(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return PresumedLoc();
SourceLocation IncludeLoc = FI.getIncludeLoc();
// If we have #line directives in this file, update and overwrite the physical
// location info if appropriate.
if (UseLineDirectives && FI.hasLineDirectives()) {
assert(LineTable && "Can't have linetable entries without a LineTable!");
// See if there is a #line directive before this. If so, get it.
if (const LineEntry *Entry =
LineTable->FindNearestLineEntry(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second)) {
// If the LineEntry indicates a filename, use it.
if (Entry->FilenameID != -1) {
Filename = LineTable->getFilename(Entry->FilenameID);
// The contents of files referenced by #line are not in the
// SourceManager
FID = FileID::get(0);
}
// Use the line number specified by the LineEntry. This line number may
// be multiple lines down from the line entry. Add the difference in
// physical line numbers from the query point and the line marker to the
// total.
unsigned MarkerLineNo = getLineNumber(LocInfo.first, Entry->FileOffset);
LineNo = Entry->LineNo + (LineNo-MarkerLineNo-1);
// Note that column numbers are not molested by line markers.
// Handle virtual #include manipulation.
if (Entry->IncludeOffset) {
IncludeLoc = getLocForStartOfFile(LocInfo.first);
IncludeLoc = IncludeLoc.getLocWithOffset(Entry->IncludeOffset);
}
}
}
return PresumedLoc(Filename.data(), FID, LineNo, ColNo, IncludeLoc);
}
/// Returns whether the PresumedLoc for a given SourceLocation is
/// in the main file.
///
/// This computes the "presumed" location for a SourceLocation, then checks
/// whether it came from a file other than the main file. This is different
/// from isWrittenInMainFile() because it takes line marker directives into
/// account.
bool SourceManager::isInMainFile(SourceLocation Loc) const {
if (Loc.isInvalid()) return false;
// Presumed locations are always for expansion points.
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LocInfo = getDecomposedExpansionLoc(Loc);
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(LocInfo.first, &Invalid);
if (Invalid || !Entry.isFile())
return false;
const SrcMgr::FileInfo &FI = Entry.getFile();
// Check if there is a line directive for this location.
if (FI.hasLineDirectives())
if (const LineEntry *Entry =
LineTable->FindNearestLineEntry(LocInfo.first, LocInfo.second))
if (Entry->IncludeOffset)
return false;
return FI.getIncludeLoc().isInvalid();
}
/// The size of the SLocEntry that \p FID represents.
unsigned SourceManager::getFileIDSize(FileID FID) const {
bool Invalid = false;
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(FID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return 0;
int ID = FID.ID;
unsigned NextOffset;
if ((ID > 0 && unsigned(ID+1) == local_sloc_entry_size()))
NextOffset = getNextLocalOffset();
else if (ID+1 == -1)
NextOffset = MaxLoadedOffset;
else
NextOffset = getSLocEntry(FileID::get(ID+1)).getOffset();
return NextOffset - Entry.getOffset() - 1;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Other miscellaneous methods.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Retrieve the inode for the given file entry, if possible.
///
/// This routine involves a system call, and therefore should only be used
/// in non-performance-critical code.
static Optional<llvm::sys::fs::UniqueID>
getActualFileUID(const FileEntry *File) {
if (!File)
return None;
llvm::sys::fs::UniqueID ID;
if (llvm::sys::fs::getUniqueID(File->getName(), ID))
return None;
return ID;
}
/// Get the source location for the given file:line:col triplet.
///
/// If the source file is included multiple times, the source location will
/// be based upon an arbitrary inclusion.
SourceLocation SourceManager::translateFileLineCol(const FileEntry *SourceFile,
unsigned Line,
unsigned Col) const {
assert(SourceFile && "Null source file!");
assert(Line && Col && "Line and column should start from 1!");
FileID FirstFID = translateFile(SourceFile);
return translateLineCol(FirstFID, Line, Col);
}
/// Get the FileID for the given file.
///
/// If the source file is included multiple times, the FileID will be the
/// first inclusion.
FileID SourceManager::translateFile(const FileEntry *SourceFile) const {
assert(SourceFile && "Null source file!");
// Find the first file ID that corresponds to the given file.
FileID FirstFID;
// First, check the main file ID, since it is common to look for a
// location in the main file.
Optional<llvm::sys::fs::UniqueID> SourceFileUID;
Optional<StringRef> SourceFileName;
if (MainFileID.isValid()) {
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &MainSLoc = getSLocEntry(MainFileID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return FileID();
if (MainSLoc.isFile()) {
const ContentCache *MainContentCache
= MainSLoc.getFile().getContentCache();
if (!MainContentCache || !MainContentCache->OrigEntry) {
// Can't do anything
} else if (MainContentCache->OrigEntry == SourceFile) {
FirstFID = MainFileID;
} else {
// Fall back: check whether we have the same base name and inode
// as the main file.
const FileEntry *MainFile = MainContentCache->OrigEntry;
SourceFileName = llvm::sys::path::filename(SourceFile->getName());
if (*SourceFileName == llvm::sys::path::filename(MainFile->getName())) {
SourceFileUID = getActualFileUID(SourceFile);
if (SourceFileUID) {
if (Optional<llvm::sys::fs::UniqueID> MainFileUID =
getActualFileUID(MainFile)) {
if (*SourceFileUID == *MainFileUID) {
FirstFID = MainFileID;
SourceFile = MainFile;
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
if (FirstFID.isInvalid()) {
// The location we're looking for isn't in the main file; look
// through all of the local source locations.
for (unsigned I = 0, N = local_sloc_entry_size(); I != N; ++I) {
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &SLoc = getLocalSLocEntry(I, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return FileID();
if (SLoc.isFile() &&
SLoc.getFile().getContentCache() &&
SLoc.getFile().getContentCache()->OrigEntry == SourceFile) {
FirstFID = FileID::get(I);
break;
}
}
// If that still didn't help, try the modules.
if (FirstFID.isInvalid()) {
for (unsigned I = 0, N = loaded_sloc_entry_size(); I != N; ++I) {
const SLocEntry &SLoc = getLoadedSLocEntry(I);
if (SLoc.isFile() &&
SLoc.getFile().getContentCache() &&
SLoc.getFile().getContentCache()->OrigEntry == SourceFile) {
FirstFID = FileID::get(-int(I) - 2);
break;
}
}
}
}
// If we haven't found what we want yet, try again, but this time stat()
// each of the files in case the files have changed since we originally
// parsed the file.
if (FirstFID.isInvalid() &&
(SourceFileName ||
(SourceFileName = llvm::sys::path::filename(SourceFile->getName()))) &&
(SourceFileUID || (SourceFileUID = getActualFileUID(SourceFile)))) {
bool Invalid = false;
for (unsigned I = 0, N = local_sloc_entry_size(); I != N; ++I) {
FileID IFileID;
IFileID.ID = I;
const SLocEntry &SLoc = getSLocEntry(IFileID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return FileID();
if (SLoc.isFile()) {
const ContentCache *FileContentCache
= SLoc.getFile().getContentCache();
const FileEntry *Entry = FileContentCache ? FileContentCache->OrigEntry
: nullptr;
if (Entry &&
*SourceFileName == llvm::sys::path::filename(Entry->getName())) {
if (Optional<llvm::sys::fs::UniqueID> EntryUID =
getActualFileUID(Entry)) {
if (*SourceFileUID == *EntryUID) {
FirstFID = FileID::get(I);
SourceFile = Entry;
break;
}
}
}
}
}
}
(void) SourceFile;
return FirstFID;
}
/// Get the source location in \arg FID for the given line:col.
/// Returns null location if \arg FID is not a file SLocEntry.
SourceLocation SourceManager::translateLineCol(FileID FID,
unsigned Line,
unsigned Col) const {
// Lines are used as a one-based index into a zero-based array. This assert
// checks for possible buffer underruns.
assert(Line && Col && "Line and column should start from 1!");
if (FID.isInvalid())
return SourceLocation();
bool Invalid = false;
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(FID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return SourceLocation();
if (!Entry.isFile())
return SourceLocation();
SourceLocation FileLoc = SourceLocation::getFileLoc(Entry.getOffset());
if (Line == 1 && Col == 1)
return FileLoc;
ContentCache *Content
= const_cast<ContentCache *>(Entry.getFile().getContentCache());
if (!Content)
return SourceLocation();
// If this is the first use of line information for this buffer, compute the
// SourceLineCache for it on demand.
if (!Content->SourceLineCache) {
bool MyInvalid = false;
ComputeLineNumbers(Diag, Content, ContentCacheAlloc, *this, MyInvalid);
if (MyInvalid)
return SourceLocation();
}
if (Line > Content->NumLines) {
unsigned Size = Content->getBuffer(Diag, *this)->getBufferSize();
if (Size > 0)
--Size;
return FileLoc.getLocWithOffset(Size);
}
const llvm::MemoryBuffer *Buffer = Content->getBuffer(Diag, *this);
unsigned FilePos = Content->SourceLineCache[Line - 1];
const char *Buf = Buffer->getBufferStart() + FilePos;
unsigned BufLength = Buffer->getBufferSize() - FilePos;
if (BufLength == 0)
return FileLoc.getLocWithOffset(FilePos);
unsigned i = 0;
// Check that the given column is valid.
while (i < BufLength-1 && i < Col-1 && Buf[i] != '\n' && Buf[i] != '\r')
++i;
return FileLoc.getLocWithOffset(FilePos + i);
}
/// Compute a map of macro argument chunks to their expanded source
/// location. Chunks that are not part of a macro argument will map to an
/// invalid source location. e.g. if a file contains one macro argument at
/// offset 100 with length 10, this is how the map will be formed:
/// 0 -> SourceLocation()
/// 100 -> Expanded macro arg location
/// 110 -> SourceLocation()
void SourceManager::computeMacroArgsCache(MacroArgsMap &MacroArgsCache,
FileID FID) const {
assert(FID.isValid());
// Initially no macro argument chunk is present.
MacroArgsCache.insert(std::make_pair(0, SourceLocation()));
int ID = FID.ID;
while (true) {
++ID;
// Stop if there are no more FileIDs to check.
if (ID > 0) {
if (unsigned(ID) >= local_sloc_entry_size())
return;
} else if (ID == -1) {
return;
}
bool Invalid = false;
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntryByID(ID, &Invalid);
if (Invalid)
return;
if (Entry.isFile()) {
SourceLocation IncludeLoc = Entry.getFile().getIncludeLoc();
if (IncludeLoc.isInvalid())
continue;
if (!isInFileID(IncludeLoc, FID))
return; // No more files/macros that may be "contained" in this file.
// Skip the files/macros of the #include'd file, we only care about macros
// that lexed macro arguments from our file.
if (Entry.getFile().NumCreatedFIDs)
ID += Entry.getFile().NumCreatedFIDs - 1/*because of next ++ID*/;
continue;
}
const ExpansionInfo &ExpInfo = Entry.getExpansion();
if (ExpInfo.getExpansionLocStart().isFileID()) {
if (!isInFileID(ExpInfo.getExpansionLocStart(), FID))
return; // No more files/macros that may be "contained" in this file.
}
if (!ExpInfo.isMacroArgExpansion())
continue;
associateFileChunkWithMacroArgExp(MacroArgsCache, FID,
ExpInfo.getSpellingLoc(),
SourceLocation::getMacroLoc(Entry.getOffset()),
getFileIDSize(FileID::get(ID)));
}
}
void SourceManager::associateFileChunkWithMacroArgExp(
MacroArgsMap &MacroArgsCache,
FileID FID,
SourceLocation SpellLoc,
SourceLocation ExpansionLoc,
unsigned ExpansionLength) const {
if (!SpellLoc.isFileID()) {
unsigned SpellBeginOffs = SpellLoc.getOffset();
unsigned SpellEndOffs = SpellBeginOffs + ExpansionLength;
// The spelling range for this macro argument expansion can span multiple
// consecutive FileID entries. Go through each entry contained in the
// spelling range and if one is itself a macro argument expansion, recurse
// and associate the file chunk that it represents.
FileID SpellFID; // Current FileID in the spelling range.
unsigned SpellRelativeOffs;
std::tie(SpellFID, SpellRelativeOffs) = getDecomposedLoc(SpellLoc);
while (true) {
const SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(SpellFID);
unsigned SpellFIDBeginOffs = Entry.getOffset();
unsigned SpellFIDSize = getFileIDSize(SpellFID);
unsigned SpellFIDEndOffs = SpellFIDBeginOffs + SpellFIDSize;
const ExpansionInfo &Info = Entry.getExpansion();
if (Info.isMacroArgExpansion()) {
unsigned CurrSpellLength;
if (SpellFIDEndOffs < SpellEndOffs)
CurrSpellLength = SpellFIDSize - SpellRelativeOffs;
else
CurrSpellLength = ExpansionLength;
associateFileChunkWithMacroArgExp(MacroArgsCache, FID,
Info.getSpellingLoc().getLocWithOffset(SpellRelativeOffs),
ExpansionLoc, CurrSpellLength);
}
if (SpellFIDEndOffs >= SpellEndOffs)
return; // we covered all FileID entries in the spelling range.
// Move to the next FileID entry in the spelling range.
unsigned advance = SpellFIDSize - SpellRelativeOffs + 1;
ExpansionLoc = ExpansionLoc.getLocWithOffset(advance);
ExpansionLength -= advance;
++SpellFID.ID;
SpellRelativeOffs = 0;
}
}
assert(SpellLoc.isFileID());
unsigned BeginOffs;
if (!isInFileID(SpellLoc, FID, &BeginOffs))
return;
unsigned EndOffs = BeginOffs + ExpansionLength;
// Add a new chunk for this macro argument. A previous macro argument chunk
// may have been lexed again, so e.g. if the map is
// 0 -> SourceLocation()
// 100 -> Expanded loc #1
// 110 -> SourceLocation()
// and we found a new macro FileID that lexed from offset 105 with length 3,
// the new map will be:
// 0 -> SourceLocation()
// 100 -> Expanded loc #1
// 105 -> Expanded loc #2
// 108 -> Expanded loc #1
// 110 -> SourceLocation()
//
// Since re-lexed macro chunks will always be the same size or less of
// previous chunks, we only need to find where the ending of the new macro
// chunk is mapped to and update the map with new begin/end mappings.
MacroArgsMap::iterator I = MacroArgsCache.upper_bound(EndOffs);
--I;
SourceLocation EndOffsMappedLoc = I->second;
MacroArgsCache[BeginOffs] = ExpansionLoc;
MacroArgsCache[EndOffs] = EndOffsMappedLoc;
}
/// If \arg Loc points inside a function macro argument, the returned
/// location will be the macro location in which the argument was expanded.
/// If a macro argument is used multiple times, the expanded location will
/// be at the first expansion of the argument.
/// e.g.
/// MY_MACRO(foo);
/// ^
/// Passing a file location pointing at 'foo', will yield a macro location
/// where 'foo' was expanded into.
SourceLocation
SourceManager::getMacroArgExpandedLocation(SourceLocation Loc) const {
if (Loc.isInvalid() || !Loc.isFileID())
return Loc;
FileID FID;
unsigned Offset;
std::tie(FID, Offset) = getDecomposedLoc(Loc);
if (FID.isInvalid())
return Loc;
std::unique_ptr<MacroArgsMap> &MacroArgsCache = MacroArgsCacheMap[FID];
if (!MacroArgsCache) {
MacroArgsCache = llvm::make_unique<MacroArgsMap>();
computeMacroArgsCache(*MacroArgsCache, FID);
}
assert(!MacroArgsCache->empty());
MacroArgsMap::iterator I = MacroArgsCache->upper_bound(Offset);
--I;
unsigned MacroArgBeginOffs = I->first;
SourceLocation MacroArgExpandedLoc = I->second;
if (MacroArgExpandedLoc.isValid())
return MacroArgExpandedLoc.getLocWithOffset(Offset - MacroArgBeginOffs);
return Loc;
}
std::pair<FileID, unsigned>
SourceManager::getDecomposedIncludedLoc(FileID FID) const {
if (FID.isInvalid())
return std::make_pair(FileID(), 0);
// Uses IncludedLocMap to retrieve/cache the decomposed loc.
using DecompTy = std::pair<FileID, unsigned>;
auto InsertOp = IncludedLocMap.try_emplace(FID);
DecompTy &DecompLoc = InsertOp.first->second;
if (!InsertOp.second)
return DecompLoc; // already in map.
SourceLocation UpperLoc;
bool Invalid = false;
const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &Entry = getSLocEntry(FID, &Invalid);
if (!Invalid) {
if (Entry.isExpansion())
UpperLoc = Entry.getExpansion().getExpansionLocStart();
else
UpperLoc = Entry.getFile().getIncludeLoc();
}
if (UpperLoc.isValid())
DecompLoc = getDecomposedLoc(UpperLoc);
return DecompLoc;
}
/// Given a decomposed source location, move it up the include/expansion stack
/// to the parent source location. If this is possible, return the decomposed
/// version of the parent in Loc and return false. If Loc is the top-level
/// entry, return true and don't modify it.
static bool MoveUpIncludeHierarchy(std::pair<FileID, unsigned> &Loc,
const SourceManager &SM) {
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> UpperLoc = SM.getDecomposedIncludedLoc(Loc.first);
if (UpperLoc.first.isInvalid())
return true; // We reached the top.
Loc = UpperLoc;
return false;
}
/// Return the cache entry for comparing the given file IDs
/// for isBeforeInTranslationUnit.
InBeforeInTUCacheEntry &SourceManager::getInBeforeInTUCache(FileID LFID,
FileID RFID) const {
// This is a magic number for limiting the cache size. It was experimentally
// derived from a small Objective-C project (where the cache filled
// out to ~250 items). We can make it larger if necessary.
enum { MagicCacheSize = 300 };
IsBeforeInTUCacheKey Key(LFID, RFID);
// If the cache size isn't too large, do a lookup and if necessary default
// construct an entry. We can then return it to the caller for direct
// use. When they update the value, the cache will get automatically
// updated as well.
if (IBTUCache.size() < MagicCacheSize)
return IBTUCache[Key];
// Otherwise, do a lookup that will not construct a new value.
InBeforeInTUCache::iterator I = IBTUCache.find(Key);
if (I != IBTUCache.end())
return I->second;
// Fall back to the overflow value.
return IBTUCacheOverflow;
}
/// Determines the order of 2 source locations in the translation unit.
///
/// \returns true if LHS source location comes before RHS, false otherwise.
bool SourceManager::isBeforeInTranslationUnit(SourceLocation LHS,
SourceLocation RHS) const {
assert(LHS.isValid() && RHS.isValid() && "Passed invalid source location!");
if (LHS == RHS)
return false;
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> LOffs = getDecomposedLoc(LHS);
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> ROffs = getDecomposedLoc(RHS);
// getDecomposedLoc may have failed to return a valid FileID because, e.g. it
// is a serialized one referring to a file that was removed after we loaded
// the PCH.
if (LOffs.first.isInvalid() || ROffs.first.isInvalid())
return LOffs.first.isInvalid() && !ROffs.first.isInvalid();
std::pair<bool, bool> InSameTU = isInTheSameTranslationUnit(LOffs, ROffs);
if (InSameTU.first)
return InSameTU.second;
// If we arrived here, the location is either in a built-ins buffer or
// associated with global inline asm. PR5662 and PR22576 are examples.
StringRef LB = getBuffer(LOffs.first)->getBufferIdentifier();
StringRef RB = getBuffer(ROffs.first)->getBufferIdentifier();
bool LIsBuiltins = LB == "<built-in>";
bool RIsBuiltins = RB == "<built-in>";
// Sort built-in before non-built-in.
if (LIsBuiltins || RIsBuiltins) {
if (LIsBuiltins != RIsBuiltins)
return LIsBuiltins;
// Both are in built-in buffers, but from different files. We just claim that
// lower IDs come first.
return LOffs.first < ROffs.first;
}
bool LIsAsm = LB == "<inline asm>";
bool RIsAsm = RB == "<inline asm>";
// Sort assembler after built-ins, but before the rest.
if (LIsAsm || RIsAsm) {
if (LIsAsm != RIsAsm)
return RIsAsm;
assert(LOffs.first == ROffs.first);
return false;
}
bool LIsScratch = LB == "<scratch space>";
bool RIsScratch = RB == "<scratch space>";
// Sort scratch after inline asm, but before the rest.
if (LIsScratch || RIsScratch) {
if (LIsScratch != RIsScratch)
return LIsScratch;
return LOffs.second < ROffs.second;
}
llvm_unreachable("Unsortable locations found");
}
std::pair<bool, bool> SourceManager::isInTheSameTranslationUnit(
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> &LOffs,
std::pair<FileID, unsigned> &ROffs) const {
// If the source locations are in the same file, just compare offsets.
if (LOffs.first == ROffs.first)
return std::make_pair(true, LOffs.second < ROffs.second);
// If we are comparing a source location with multiple locations in the same
// file, we get a big win by caching the result.
InBeforeInTUCacheEntry &IsBeforeInTUCache =
getInBeforeInTUCache(LOffs.first, ROffs.first);
// If we are comparing a source location with multiple locations in the same
// file, we get a big win by caching the result.
if (IsBeforeInTUCache.isCacheValid(LOffs.first, ROffs.first))
return std::make_pair(
true, IsBeforeInTUCache.getCachedResult(LOffs.second, ROffs.second));
// Okay, we missed in the cache, start updating the cache for this query.
IsBeforeInTUCache.setQueryFIDs(LOffs.first, ROffs.first,
/*isLFIDBeforeRFID=*/LOffs.first.ID < ROffs.first.ID);
// We need to find the common ancestor. The only way of doing this is to
// build the complete include chain for one and then walking up the chain
// of the other looking for a match.
// We use a map from FileID to Offset to store the chain. Easier than writing
// a custom set hash info that only depends on the first part of a pair.
using LocSet = llvm::SmallDenseMap<FileID, unsigned, 16>;
LocSet LChain;
do {
LChain.insert(LOffs);
// We catch the case where LOffs is in a file included by ROffs and
// quit early. The other way round unfortunately remains suboptimal.
} while (LOffs.first != ROffs.first && !MoveUpIncludeHierarchy(LOffs, *this));
LocSet::iterator I;
while((I = LChain.find(ROffs.first)) == LChain.end()) {
if (MoveUpIncludeHierarchy(ROffs, *this))
break; // Met at topmost file.
}
if (I != LChain.end())
LOffs = *I;
// If we exited because we found a nearest common ancestor, compare the
// locations within the common file and cache them.
if (LOffs.first == ROffs.first) {
IsBeforeInTUCache.setCommonLoc(LOffs.first, LOffs.second, ROffs.second);
return std::make_pair(
true, IsBeforeInTUCache.getCachedResult(LOffs.second, ROffs.second));
}
// Clear the lookup cache, it depends on a common location.
IsBeforeInTUCache.clear();
return std::make_pair(false, false);
}
void SourceManager::PrintStats() const {
llvm::errs() << "\n*** Source Manager Stats:\n";
llvm::errs() << FileInfos.size() << " files mapped, " << MemBufferInfos.size()
<< " mem buffers mapped.\n";
llvm::errs() << LocalSLocEntryTable.size() << " local SLocEntry's allocated ("
<< llvm::capacity_in_bytes(LocalSLocEntryTable)
<< " bytes of capacity), "
<< NextLocalOffset << "B of Sloc address space used.\n";
llvm::errs() << LoadedSLocEntryTable.size()
<< " loaded SLocEntries allocated, "
<< MaxLoadedOffset - CurrentLoadedOffset
<< "B of Sloc address space used.\n";
unsigned NumLineNumsComputed = 0;
unsigned NumFileBytesMapped = 0;
for (fileinfo_iterator I = fileinfo_begin(), E = fileinfo_end(); I != E; ++I){
NumLineNumsComputed += I->second->SourceLineCache != nullptr;
NumFileBytesMapped += I->second->getSizeBytesMapped();
}
unsigned NumMacroArgsComputed = MacroArgsCacheMap.size();
llvm::errs() << NumFileBytesMapped << " bytes of files mapped, "
<< NumLineNumsComputed << " files with line #'s computed, "
<< NumMacroArgsComputed << " files with macro args computed.\n";
llvm::errs() << "FileID scans: " << NumLinearScans << " linear, "
<< NumBinaryProbes << " binary.\n";
}
LLVM_DUMP_METHOD void SourceManager::dump() const {
llvm::raw_ostream &out = llvm::errs();
auto DumpSLocEntry = [&](int ID, const SrcMgr::SLocEntry &Entry,
llvm::Optional<unsigned> NextStart) {
out << "SLocEntry <FileID " << ID << "> " << (Entry.isFile() ? "file" : "expansion")
<< " <SourceLocation " << Entry.getOffset() << ":";
if (NextStart)
out << *NextStart << ">\n";
else
out << "???\?>\n";
if (Entry.isFile()) {
auto &FI = Entry.getFile();
if (FI.NumCreatedFIDs)
out << " covers <FileID " << ID << ":" << int(ID + FI.NumCreatedFIDs)
<< ">\n";
if (FI.getIncludeLoc().isValid())
out << " included from " << FI.getIncludeLoc().getOffset() << "\n";
if (auto *CC = FI.getContentCache()) {
out << " for " << (CC->OrigEntry ? CC->OrigEntry->getName() : "<none>")
<< "\n";
if (CC->BufferOverridden)
out << " contents overridden\n";
if (CC->ContentsEntry != CC->OrigEntry) {
out << " contents from "
<< (CC->ContentsEntry ? CC->ContentsEntry->getName() : "<none>")
<< "\n";
}
}
} else {
auto &EI = Entry.getExpansion();
out << " spelling from " << EI.getSpellingLoc().getOffset() << "\n";
out << " macro " << (EI.isMacroArgExpansion() ? "arg" : "body")
<< " range <" << EI.getExpansionLocStart().getOffset() << ":"
<< EI.getExpansionLocEnd().getOffset() << ">\n";
}
};
// Dump local SLocEntries.
for (unsigned ID = 0, NumIDs = LocalSLocEntryTable.size(); ID != NumIDs; ++ID) {
DumpSLocEntry(ID, LocalSLocEntryTable[ID],
ID == NumIDs - 1 ? NextLocalOffset
: LocalSLocEntryTable[ID + 1].getOffset());
}
// Dump loaded SLocEntries.
llvm::Optional<unsigned> NextStart;
for (unsigned Index = 0; Index != LoadedSLocEntryTable.size(); ++Index) {
int ID = -(int)Index - 2;
if (SLocEntryLoaded[Index]) {
DumpSLocEntry(ID, LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index], NextStart);
NextStart = LoadedSLocEntryTable[Index].getOffset();
} else {
NextStart = None;
}
}
}
ExternalSLocEntrySource::~ExternalSLocEntrySource() = default;
/// Return the amount of memory used by memory buffers, breaking down
/// by heap-backed versus mmap'ed memory.
SourceManager::MemoryBufferSizes SourceManager::getMemoryBufferSizes() const {
size_t malloc_bytes = 0;
size_t mmap_bytes = 0;
for (unsigned i = 0, e = MemBufferInfos.size(); i != e; ++i)
if (size_t sized_mapped = MemBufferInfos[i]->getSizeBytesMapped())
switch (MemBufferInfos[i]->getMemoryBufferKind()) {
case llvm::MemoryBuffer::MemoryBuffer_MMap:
mmap_bytes += sized_mapped;
break;
case llvm::MemoryBuffer::MemoryBuffer_Malloc:
malloc_bytes += sized_mapped;
break;
}
return MemoryBufferSizes(malloc_bytes, mmap_bytes);
}
size_t SourceManager::getDataStructureSizes() const {
size_t size = llvm::capacity_in_bytes(MemBufferInfos)
+ llvm::capacity_in_bytes(LocalSLocEntryTable)
+ llvm::capacity_in_bytes(LoadedSLocEntryTable)
+ llvm::capacity_in_bytes(SLocEntryLoaded)
+ llvm::capacity_in_bytes(FileInfos);
if (OverriddenFilesInfo)
size += llvm::capacity_in_bytes(OverriddenFilesInfo->OverriddenFiles);
return size;
}
SourceManagerForFile::SourceManagerForFile(StringRef FileName,
StringRef Content) {
// This is referenced by `FileMgr` and will be released by `FileMgr` when it
// is deleted.
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<llvm::vfs::InMemoryFileSystem> InMemoryFileSystem(
new llvm::vfs::InMemoryFileSystem);
InMemoryFileSystem->addFile(
FileName, 0,
llvm::MemoryBuffer::getMemBuffer(Content, FileName,
/*RequiresNullTerminator=*/false));
// This is passed to `SM` as reference, so the pointer has to be referenced
// in `Environment` so that `FileMgr` can out-live this function scope.
FileMgr =
llvm::make_unique<FileManager>(FileSystemOptions(), InMemoryFileSystem);
// This is passed to `SM` as reference, so the pointer has to be referenced
// by `Environment` due to the same reason above.
Diagnostics = llvm::make_unique<DiagnosticsEngine>(
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<DiagnosticIDs>(new DiagnosticIDs),
new DiagnosticOptions);
SourceMgr = llvm::make_unique<SourceManager>(*Diagnostics, *FileMgr);
FileID ID = SourceMgr->createFileID(FileMgr->getFile(FileName),
SourceLocation(), clang::SrcMgr::C_User);
assert(ID.isValid());
SourceMgr->setMainFileID(ID);
}