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//===- InterpolatingCompilationDatabase.cpp ---------------------*- C++ -*-===//
//
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// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// InterpolatingCompilationDatabase wraps another CompilationDatabase and
// attempts to heuristically determine appropriate compile commands for files
// that are not included, such as headers or newly created files.
//
// Motivating cases include:
// Header files that live next to their implementation files. These typically
// share a base filename. (libclang/CXString.h, libclang/CXString.cpp).
// Some projects separate headers from includes. Filenames still typically
// match, maybe other path segments too. (include/llvm/IR/Use.h, lib/IR/Use.cc).
// Matches are sometimes only approximate (Sema.h, SemaDecl.cpp). This goes
// for directories too (Support/Unix/Process.inc, lib/Support/Process.cpp).
// Even if we can't find a "right" compile command, even a random one from
// the project will tend to get important flags like -I and -x right.
//
// We "borrow" the compile command for the closest available file:
// - points are awarded if the filename matches (ignoring extension)
// - points are awarded if the directory structure matches
// - ties are broken by length of path prefix match
//
// The compile command is adjusted, replacing the filename and removing output
// file arguments. The -x and -std flags may be affected too.
//
// Source language is a tricky issue: is it OK to use a .c file's command
// for building a .cc file? What language is a .h file in?
// - We only consider compile commands for c-family languages as candidates.
// - For files whose language is implied by the filename (e.g. .m, .hpp)
// we prefer candidates from the same language.
// If we must cross languages, we drop any -x and -std flags.
// - For .h files, candidates from any c-family language are acceptable.
// We use the candidate's language, inserting e.g. -x c++-header.
//
// This class is only useful when wrapping databases that can enumerate all
// their compile commands. If getAllFilenames() is empty, no inference occurs.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "clang/Driver/Options.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Types.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/LangStandard.h"
#include "clang/Tooling/CompilationDatabase.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/DenseMap.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Optional.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringSwitch.h"
#include "llvm/Option/ArgList.h"
#include "llvm/Option/OptTable.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Debug.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
#include "llvm/Support/StringSaver.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include <memory>
namespace clang {
namespace tooling {
namespace {
using namespace llvm;
namespace types = clang::driver::types;
namespace path = llvm::sys::path;
// The length of the prefix these two strings have in common.
size_t matchingPrefix(StringRef L, StringRef R) {
size_t Limit = std::min(L.size(), R.size());
for (size_t I = 0; I < Limit; ++I)
if (L[I] != R[I])
return I;
return Limit;
}
// A comparator for searching SubstringWithIndexes with std::equal_range etc.
// Optionaly prefix semantics: compares equal if the key is a prefix.
template <bool Prefix> struct Less {
bool operator()(StringRef Key, std::pair<StringRef, size_t> Value) const {
StringRef V = Prefix ? Value.first.substr(0, Key.size()) : Value.first;
return Key < V;
}
bool operator()(std::pair<StringRef, size_t> Value, StringRef Key) const {
StringRef V = Prefix ? Value.first.substr(0, Key.size()) : Value.first;
return V < Key;
}
};
// Infer type from filename. If we might have gotten it wrong, set *Certain.
// *.h will be inferred as a C header, but not certain.
types::ID guessType(StringRef Filename, bool *Certain = nullptr) {
// path::extension is ".cpp", lookupTypeForExtension wants "cpp".
auto Lang =
types::lookupTypeForExtension(path::extension(Filename).substr(1));
if (Certain)
*Certain = Lang != types::TY_CHeader && Lang != types::TY_INVALID;
return Lang;
}
// Return Lang as one of the canonical supported types.
// e.g. c-header --> c; fortran --> TY_INVALID
static types::ID foldType(types::ID Lang) {
switch (Lang) {
case types::TY_C:
case types::TY_CHeader:
return types::TY_C;
case types::TY_ObjC:
case types::TY_ObjCHeader:
return types::TY_ObjC;
case types::TY_CXX:
case types::TY_CXXHeader:
return types::TY_CXX;
case types::TY_ObjCXX:
case types::TY_ObjCXXHeader:
return types::TY_ObjCXX;
default:
return types::TY_INVALID;
}
}
// A CompileCommand that can be applied to another file.
struct TransferableCommand {
// Flags that should not apply to all files are stripped from CommandLine.
CompileCommand Cmd;
// Language detected from -x or the filename. Never TY_INVALID.
Optional<types::ID> Type;
// Standard specified by -std.
LangStandard::Kind Std = LangStandard::lang_unspecified;
// Whether the command line is for the cl-compatible driver.
bool ClangCLMode;
TransferableCommand(CompileCommand C)
: Cmd(std::move(C)), Type(guessType(Cmd.Filename)),
ClangCLMode(checkIsCLMode(Cmd.CommandLine)) {
std::vector<std::string> OldArgs = std::move(Cmd.CommandLine);
Cmd.CommandLine.clear();
// Wrap the old arguments in an InputArgList.
llvm::opt::InputArgList ArgList;
{
SmallVector<const char *, 16> TmpArgv;
for (const std::string &S : OldArgs)
TmpArgv.push_back(S.c_str());
ArgList = {TmpArgv.begin(), TmpArgv.end()};
}
// Parse the old args in order to strip out and record unwanted flags.
// We parse each argument individually so that we can retain the exact
// spelling of each argument; re-rendering is lossy for aliased flags.
// E.g. in CL mode, /W4 maps to -Wall.
auto OptTable = clang::driver::createDriverOptTable();
Cmd.CommandLine.emplace_back(OldArgs.front());
for (unsigned Pos = 1; Pos < OldArgs.size();) {
using namespace driver::options;
const unsigned OldPos = Pos;
std::unique_ptr<llvm::opt::Arg> Arg(OptTable->ParseOneArg(
ArgList, Pos,
/* Include */ClangCLMode ? CoreOption | CLOption : 0,
/* Exclude */ClangCLMode ? 0 : CLOption));
if (!Arg)
continue;
const llvm::opt::Option &Opt = Arg->getOption();
// Strip input and output files.
if (Opt.matches(OPT_INPUT) || Opt.matches(OPT_o) ||
(ClangCLMode && (Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Fa) ||
Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Fe) ||
Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Fi) ||
Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Fo))))
continue;
// Strip -x, but record the overridden language.
if (const auto GivenType = tryParseTypeArg(*Arg)) {
Type = *GivenType;
continue;
}
// Strip -std, but record the value.
if (const auto GivenStd = tryParseStdArg(*Arg)) {
if (*GivenStd != LangStandard::lang_unspecified)
Std = *GivenStd;
continue;
}
Cmd.CommandLine.insert(Cmd.CommandLine.end(),
OldArgs.data() + OldPos, OldArgs.data() + Pos);
}
if (Std != LangStandard::lang_unspecified) // -std take precedence over -x
Type = toType(LangStandard::getLangStandardForKind(Std).getLanguage());
Type = foldType(*Type);
// The contract is to store None instead of TY_INVALID.
if (Type == types::TY_INVALID)
Type = llvm::None;
}
// Produce a CompileCommand for \p filename, based on this one.
CompileCommand transferTo(StringRef Filename) const {
CompileCommand Result = Cmd;
Result.Filename = Filename;
bool TypeCertain;
auto TargetType = guessType(Filename, &TypeCertain);
// If the filename doesn't determine the language (.h), transfer with -x.
if ((!TargetType || !TypeCertain) && Type) {
// Use *Type, or its header variant if the file is a header.
// Treat no/invalid extension as header (e.g. C++ standard library).
TargetType =
(!TargetType || types::onlyPrecompileType(TargetType)) // header?
? types::lookupHeaderTypeForSourceType(*Type)
: *Type;
if (ClangCLMode) {
const StringRef Flag = toCLFlag(TargetType);
if (!Flag.empty())
Result.CommandLine.push_back(Flag);
} else {
Result.CommandLine.push_back("-x");
Result.CommandLine.push_back(types::getTypeName(TargetType));
}
}
// --std flag may only be transferred if the language is the same.
// We may consider "translating" these, e.g. c++11 -> c11.
if (Std != LangStandard::lang_unspecified && foldType(TargetType) == Type) {
Result.CommandLine.emplace_back((
llvm::Twine(ClangCLMode ? "/std:" : "-std=") +
LangStandard::getLangStandardForKind(Std).getName()).str());
}
Result.CommandLine.push_back(Filename);
Result.Heuristic = "inferred from " + Cmd.Filename;
return Result;
}
private:
// Determine whether the given command line is intended for the CL driver.
static bool checkIsCLMode(ArrayRef<std::string> CmdLine) {
// First look for --driver-mode.
for (StringRef S : llvm::reverse(CmdLine)) {
if (S.consume_front("--driver-mode="))
return S == "cl";
}
// Otherwise just check the clang executable file name.
return llvm::sys::path::stem(CmdLine.front()).endswith_lower("cl");
}
// Map the language from the --std flag to that of the -x flag.
static types::ID toType(InputKind::Language Lang) {
switch (Lang) {
case InputKind::C:
return types::TY_C;
case InputKind::CXX:
return types::TY_CXX;
case InputKind::ObjC:
return types::TY_ObjC;
case InputKind::ObjCXX:
return types::TY_ObjCXX;
default:
return types::TY_INVALID;
}
}
// Convert a file type to the matching CL-style type flag.
static StringRef toCLFlag(types::ID Type) {
switch (Type) {
case types::TY_C:
case types::TY_CHeader:
return "/TC";
case types::TY_CXX:
case types::TY_CXXHeader:
return "/TP";
default:
return StringRef();
}
}
// Try to interpret the argument as a type specifier, e.g. '-x'.
Optional<types::ID> tryParseTypeArg(const llvm::opt::Arg &Arg) {
const llvm::opt::Option &Opt = Arg.getOption();
using namespace driver::options;
if (ClangCLMode) {
if (Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_TC) || Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Tc))
return types::TY_C;
if (Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_TP) || Opt.matches(OPT__SLASH_Tp))
return types::TY_CXX;
} else {
if (Opt.matches(driver::options::OPT_x))
return types::lookupTypeForTypeSpecifier(Arg.getValue());
}
return None;
}
// Try to interpret the argument as '-std='.
Optional<LangStandard::Kind> tryParseStdArg(const llvm::opt::Arg &Arg) {
using namespace driver::options;
if (Arg.getOption().matches(ClangCLMode ? OPT__SLASH_std : OPT_std_EQ)) {
return llvm::StringSwitch<LangStandard::Kind>(Arg.getValue())
#define LANGSTANDARD(id, name, lang, ...) .Case(name, LangStandard::lang_##id)
#define LANGSTANDARD_ALIAS(id, alias) .Case(alias, LangStandard::lang_##id)
#include "clang/Frontend/LangStandards.def"
#undef LANGSTANDARD_ALIAS
#undef LANGSTANDARD
.Default(LangStandard::lang_unspecified);
}
return None;
}
};
// Given a filename, FileIndex picks the best matching file from the underlying
// DB. This is the proxy file whose CompileCommand will be reused. The
// heuristics incorporate file name, extension, and directory structure.
// Strategy:
// - Build indexes of each of the substrings we want to look up by.
// These indexes are just sorted lists of the substrings.
// - Each criterion corresponds to a range lookup into the index, so we only
// need O(log N) string comparisons to determine scores.
//
// Apart from path proximity signals, also takes file extensions into account
// when scoring the candidates.
class FileIndex {
public:
FileIndex(std::vector<std::string> Files)
: OriginalPaths(std::move(Files)), Strings(Arena) {
// Sort commands by filename for determinism (index is a tiebreaker later).
llvm::sort(OriginalPaths);
Paths.reserve(OriginalPaths.size());
Types.reserve(OriginalPaths.size());
Stems.reserve(OriginalPaths.size());
for (size_t I = 0; I < OriginalPaths.size(); ++I) {
StringRef Path = Strings.save(StringRef(OriginalPaths[I]).lower());
Paths.emplace_back(Path, I);
Types.push_back(foldType(guessType(Path)));
Stems.emplace_back(sys::path::stem(Path), I);
auto Dir = ++sys::path::rbegin(Path), DirEnd = sys::path::rend(Path);
for (int J = 0; J < DirectorySegmentsIndexed && Dir != DirEnd; ++J, ++Dir)
if (Dir->size() > ShortDirectorySegment) // not trivial ones
Components.emplace_back(*Dir, I);
}
llvm::sort(Paths);
llvm::sort(Stems);
llvm::sort(Components);
}
bool empty() const { return Paths.empty(); }
// Returns the path for the file that best fits OriginalFilename.
// Candidates with extensions matching PreferLanguage will be chosen over
// others (unless it's TY_INVALID, or all candidates are bad).
StringRef chooseProxy(StringRef OriginalFilename,
types::ID PreferLanguage) const {
assert(!empty() && "need at least one candidate!");
std::string Filename = OriginalFilename.lower();
auto Candidates = scoreCandidates(Filename);
std::pair<size_t, int> Best =
pickWinner(Candidates, Filename, PreferLanguage);
DEBUG_WITH_TYPE(
"interpolate",
llvm::dbgs() << "interpolate: chose " << OriginalPaths[Best.first]
<< " as proxy for " << OriginalFilename << " preferring "
<< (PreferLanguage == types::TY_INVALID
? "none"
: types::getTypeName(PreferLanguage))
<< " score=" << Best.second << "\n");
return OriginalPaths[Best.first];
}
private:
using SubstringAndIndex = std::pair<StringRef, size_t>;
// Directory matching parameters: we look at the last two segments of the
// parent directory (usually the semantically significant ones in practice).
// We search only the last four of each candidate (for efficiency).
constexpr static int DirectorySegmentsIndexed = 4;
constexpr static int DirectorySegmentsQueried = 2;
constexpr static int ShortDirectorySegment = 1; // Only look at longer names.
// Award points to candidate entries that should be considered for the file.
// Returned keys are indexes into paths, and the values are (nonzero) scores.
DenseMap<size_t, int> scoreCandidates(StringRef Filename) const {
// Decompose Filename into the parts we care about.
// /some/path/complicated/project/Interesting.h
// [-prefix--][---dir---] [-dir-] [--stem---]
StringRef Stem = sys::path::stem(Filename);
llvm::SmallVector<StringRef, DirectorySegmentsQueried> Dirs;
llvm::StringRef Prefix;
auto Dir = ++sys::path::rbegin(Filename),
DirEnd = sys::path::rend(Filename);
for (int I = 0; I < DirectorySegmentsQueried && Dir != DirEnd; ++I, ++Dir) {
if (Dir->size() > ShortDirectorySegment)
Dirs.push_back(*Dir);
Prefix = Filename.substr(0, Dir - DirEnd);
}
// Now award points based on lookups into our various indexes.
DenseMap<size_t, int> Candidates; // Index -> score.
auto Award = [&](int Points, ArrayRef<SubstringAndIndex> Range) {
for (const auto &Entry : Range)
Candidates[Entry.second] += Points;
};
// Award one point if the file's basename is a prefix of the candidate,
// and another if it's an exact match (so exact matches get two points).
Award(1, indexLookup</*Prefix=*/true>(Stem, Stems));
Award(1, indexLookup</*Prefix=*/false>(Stem, Stems));
// For each of the last few directories in the Filename, award a point
// if it's present in the candidate.
for (StringRef Dir : Dirs)
Award(1, indexLookup</*Prefix=*/false>(Dir, Components));
// Award one more point if the whole rest of the path matches.
if (sys::path::root_directory(Prefix) != Prefix)
Award(1, indexLookup</*Prefix=*/true>(Prefix, Paths));
return Candidates;
}
// Pick a single winner from the set of scored candidates.
// Returns (index, score).
std::pair<size_t, int> pickWinner(const DenseMap<size_t, int> &Candidates,
StringRef Filename,
types::ID PreferredLanguage) const {
struct ScoredCandidate {
size_t Index;
bool Preferred;
int Points;
size_t PrefixLength;
};
// Choose the best candidate by (preferred, points, prefix length, alpha).
ScoredCandidate Best = {size_t(-1), false, 0, 0};
for (const auto &Candidate : Candidates) {
ScoredCandidate S;
S.Index = Candidate.first;
S.Preferred = PreferredLanguage == types::TY_INVALID ||
PreferredLanguage == Types[S.Index];
S.Points = Candidate.second;
if (!S.Preferred && Best.Preferred)
continue;
if (S.Preferred == Best.Preferred) {
if (S.Points < Best.Points)
continue;
if (S.Points == Best.Points) {
S.PrefixLength = matchingPrefix(Filename, Paths[S.Index].first);
if (S.PrefixLength < Best.PrefixLength)
continue;
// hidden heuristics should at least be deterministic!
if (S.PrefixLength == Best.PrefixLength)
if (S.Index > Best.Index)
continue;
}
}
// PrefixLength was only set above if actually needed for a tiebreak.
// But it definitely needs to be set to break ties in the future.
S.PrefixLength = matchingPrefix(Filename, Paths[S.Index].first);
Best = S;
}
// Edge case: no candidate got any points.
// We ignore PreferredLanguage at this point (not ideal).
if (Best.Index == size_t(-1))
return {longestMatch(Filename, Paths).second, 0};
return {Best.Index, Best.Points};
}
// Returns the range within a sorted index that compares equal to Key.
// If Prefix is true, it's instead the range starting with Key.
template <bool Prefix>
ArrayRef<SubstringAndIndex>
indexLookup(StringRef Key, ArrayRef<SubstringAndIndex> Idx) const {
// Use pointers as iteratiors to ease conversion of result to ArrayRef.
auto Range = std::equal_range(Idx.data(), Idx.data() + Idx.size(), Key,
Less<Prefix>());
return {Range.first, Range.second};
}
// Performs a point lookup into a nonempty index, returning a longest match.
SubstringAndIndex longestMatch(StringRef Key,
ArrayRef<SubstringAndIndex> Idx) const {
assert(!Idx.empty());
// Longest substring match will be adjacent to a direct lookup.
auto It =
std::lower_bound(Idx.begin(), Idx.end(), SubstringAndIndex{Key, 0});
if (It == Idx.begin())
return *It;
if (It == Idx.end())
return *--It;
// Have to choose between It and It-1
size_t Prefix = matchingPrefix(Key, It->first);
size_t PrevPrefix = matchingPrefix(Key, (It - 1)->first);
return Prefix > PrevPrefix ? *It : *--It;
}
// Original paths, everything else is in lowercase.
std::vector<std::string> OriginalPaths;
BumpPtrAllocator Arena;
StringSaver Strings;
// Indexes of candidates by certain substrings.
// String is lowercase and sorted, index points into OriginalPaths.
std::vector<SubstringAndIndex> Paths; // Full path.
// Lang types obtained by guessing on the corresponding path. I-th element is
// a type for the I-th path.
std::vector<types::ID> Types;
std::vector<SubstringAndIndex> Stems; // Basename, without extension.
std::vector<SubstringAndIndex> Components; // Last path components.
};
// The actual CompilationDatabase wrapper delegates to its inner database.
// If no match, looks up a proxy file in FileIndex and transfers its
// command to the requested file.
class InterpolatingCompilationDatabase : public CompilationDatabase {
public:
InterpolatingCompilationDatabase(std::unique_ptr<CompilationDatabase> Inner)
: Inner(std::move(Inner)), Index(this->Inner->getAllFiles()) {}
std::vector<CompileCommand>
getCompileCommands(StringRef Filename) const override {
auto Known = Inner->getCompileCommands(Filename);
if (Index.empty() || !Known.empty())
return Known;
bool TypeCertain;
auto Lang = guessType(Filename, &TypeCertain);
if (!TypeCertain)
Lang = types::TY_INVALID;
auto ProxyCommands =
Inner->getCompileCommands(Index.chooseProxy(Filename, foldType(Lang)));
if (ProxyCommands.empty())
return {};
return {TransferableCommand(ProxyCommands[0]).transferTo(Filename)};
}
std::vector<std::string> getAllFiles() const override {
return Inner->getAllFiles();
}
std::vector<CompileCommand> getAllCompileCommands() const override {
return Inner->getAllCompileCommands();
}
private:
std::unique_ptr<CompilationDatabase> Inner;
FileIndex Index;
};
} // namespace
std::unique_ptr<CompilationDatabase>
inferMissingCompileCommands(std::unique_ptr<CompilationDatabase> Inner) {
return llvm::make_unique<InterpolatingCompilationDatabase>(std::move(Inner));
}
} // namespace tooling
} // namespace clang