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//===--- CGDeclCXX.cpp - Emit LLVM Code for C++ declarations --------------===//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
// This contains code dealing with code generation of C++ declarations
#include "CodeGenFunction.h"
#include "CGCXXABI.h"
#include "CGObjCRuntime.h"
#include "CGOpenMPRuntime.h"
#include "TargetInfo.h"
#include "clang/Basic/CodeGenOptions.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringExtras.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Intrinsics.h"
#include "llvm/IR/MDBuilder.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
using namespace clang;
using namespace CodeGen;
static void EmitDeclInit(CodeGenFunction &CGF, const VarDecl &D,
ConstantAddress DeclPtr) {
(D.hasGlobalStorage() ||
(D.hasLocalStorage() && CGF.getContext().getLangOpts().OpenCLCPlusPlus)) &&
"VarDecl must have global or local (in the case of OpenCL) storage!");
assert(!D.getType()->isReferenceType() &&
"Should not call EmitDeclInit on a reference!");
QualType type = D.getType();
LValue lv = CGF.MakeAddrLValue(DeclPtr, type);
const Expr *Init = D.getInit();
switch (CGF.getEvaluationKind(type)) {
case TEK_Scalar: {
CodeGenModule &CGM = CGF.CGM;
if (lv.isObjCStrong())
CGM.getObjCRuntime().EmitObjCGlobalAssign(CGF, CGF.EmitScalarExpr(Init),
DeclPtr, D.getTLSKind());
else if (lv.isObjCWeak())
CGM.getObjCRuntime().EmitObjCWeakAssign(CGF, CGF.EmitScalarExpr(Init),
CGF.EmitScalarInit(Init, &D, lv, false);
case TEK_Complex:
CGF.EmitComplexExprIntoLValue(Init, lv, /*isInit*/ true);
case TEK_Aggregate:
CGF.EmitAggExpr(Init, AggValueSlot::forLValue(lv,AggValueSlot::IsDestructed,
llvm_unreachable("bad evaluation kind");
/// Emit code to cause the destruction of the given variable with
/// static storage duration.
static void EmitDeclDestroy(CodeGenFunction &CGF, const VarDecl &D,
ConstantAddress Addr) {
// Honor __attribute__((no_destroy)) and bail instead of attempting
// to emit a reference to a possibly nonexistent destructor, which
// in turn can cause a crash. This will result in a global constructor
// that isn't balanced out by a destructor call as intended by the
// attribute. This also checks for -fno-c++-static-destructors and
// bails even if the attribute is not present.
QualType::DestructionKind DtorKind = D.needsDestruction(CGF.getContext());
// FIXME: __attribute__((cleanup)) ?
switch (DtorKind) {
case QualType::DK_none:
case QualType::DK_cxx_destructor:
case QualType::DK_objc_strong_lifetime:
case QualType::DK_objc_weak_lifetime:
case QualType::DK_nontrivial_c_struct:
// We don't care about releasing objects during process teardown.
assert(!D.getTLSKind() && "should have rejected this");
llvm::FunctionCallee Func;
llvm::Constant *Argument;
CodeGenModule &CGM = CGF.CGM;
QualType Type = D.getType();
// Special-case non-array C++ destructors, if they have the right signature.
// Under some ABIs, destructors return this instead of void, and cannot be
// passed directly to __cxa_atexit if the target does not allow this
// mismatch.
const CXXRecordDecl *Record = Type->getAsCXXRecordDecl();
bool CanRegisterDestructor =
Record && (!CGM.getCXXABI().HasThisReturn(
GlobalDecl(Record->getDestructor(), Dtor_Complete)) ||
// If __cxa_atexit is disabled via a flag, a different helper function is
// generated elsewhere which uses atexit instead, and it takes the destructor
// directly.
bool UsingExternalHelper = !CGM.getCodeGenOpts().CXAAtExit;
if (Record && (CanRegisterDestructor || UsingExternalHelper)) {
CXXDestructorDecl *Dtor = Record->getDestructor();
Func = CGM.getAddrAndTypeOfCXXStructor(GlobalDecl(Dtor, Dtor_Complete));
if (CGF.getContext().getLangOpts().OpenCL) {
auto DestAS =
auto DestTy = CGF.getTypes().ConvertType(Type)->getPointerTo(
auto SrcAS = D.getType().getQualifiers().getAddressSpace();
if (DestAS == SrcAS)
Argument = llvm::ConstantExpr::getBitCast(Addr.getPointer(), DestTy);
// FIXME: On addr space mismatch we are passing NULL. The generation
// of the global destructor function should be adjusted accordingly.
Argument = llvm::ConstantPointerNull::get(DestTy);
} else {
Argument = llvm::ConstantExpr::getBitCast(
Addr.getPointer(), CGF.getTypes().ConvertType(Type)->getPointerTo());
// Otherwise, the standard logic requires a helper function.
} else {
Func = CodeGenFunction(CGM)
.generateDestroyHelper(Addr, Type, CGF.getDestroyer(DtorKind),
CGF.needsEHCleanup(DtorKind), &D);
Argument = llvm::Constant::getNullValue(CGF.Int8PtrTy);
CGM.getCXXABI().registerGlobalDtor(CGF, D, Func, Argument);
/// Emit code to cause the variable at the given address to be considered as
/// constant from this point onwards.
static void EmitDeclInvariant(CodeGenFunction &CGF, const VarDecl &D,
llvm::Constant *Addr) {
return CGF.EmitInvariantStart(
Addr, CGF.getContext().getTypeSizeInChars(D.getType()));
void CodeGenFunction::EmitInvariantStart(llvm::Constant *Addr, CharUnits Size) {
// Do not emit the intrinsic if we're not optimizing.
if (!CGM.getCodeGenOpts().OptimizationLevel)
// Grab the llvm.invariant.start intrinsic.
llvm::Intrinsic::ID InvStartID = llvm::Intrinsic::invariant_start;
// Overloaded address space type.
llvm::Type *ObjectPtr[1] = {Int8PtrTy};
llvm::Function *InvariantStart = CGM.getIntrinsic(InvStartID, ObjectPtr);
// Emit a call with the size in bytes of the object.
uint64_t Width = Size.getQuantity();
llvm::Value *Args[2] = { llvm::ConstantInt::getSigned(Int64Ty, Width),
llvm::ConstantExpr::getBitCast(Addr, Int8PtrTy)};
Builder.CreateCall(InvariantStart, Args);
void CodeGenFunction::EmitCXXGlobalVarDeclInit(const VarDecl &D,
llvm::Constant *DeclPtr,
bool PerformInit) {
const Expr *Init = D.getInit();
QualType T = D.getType();
// The address space of a static local variable (DeclPtr) may be different
// from the address space of the "this" argument of the constructor. In that
// case, we need an addrspacecast before calling the constructor.
// struct StructWithCtor {
// __device__ StructWithCtor() {...}
// };
// __device__ void foo() {
// __shared__ StructWithCtor s;
// ...
// }
// For example, in the above CUDA code, the static local variable s has a
// "shared" address space qualifier, but the constructor of StructWithCtor
// expects "this" in the "generic" address space.
unsigned ExpectedAddrSpace = getContext().getTargetAddressSpace(T);
unsigned ActualAddrSpace = DeclPtr->getType()->getPointerAddressSpace();
if (ActualAddrSpace != ExpectedAddrSpace) {
llvm::Type *LTy = CGM.getTypes().ConvertTypeForMem(T);
llvm::PointerType *PTy = llvm::PointerType::get(LTy, ExpectedAddrSpace);
DeclPtr = llvm::ConstantExpr::getAddrSpaceCast(DeclPtr, PTy);
ConstantAddress DeclAddr(DeclPtr, getContext().getDeclAlign(&D));
if (!T->isReferenceType()) {
if (getLangOpts().OpenMP && !getLangOpts().OpenMPSimd &&
D.hasAttr<OMPThreadPrivateDeclAttr>()) {
&D, DeclAddr, D.getAttr<OMPThreadPrivateDeclAttr>()->getLocation(),
PerformInit, this);
if (PerformInit)
EmitDeclInit(*this, D, DeclAddr);
if (CGM.isTypeConstant(D.getType(), true))
EmitDeclInvariant(*this, D, DeclPtr);
EmitDeclDestroy(*this, D, DeclAddr);
assert(PerformInit && "cannot have constant initializer which needs "
"destruction for reference");
RValue RV = EmitReferenceBindingToExpr(Init);
EmitStoreOfScalar(RV.getScalarVal(), DeclAddr, false, T);
/// Create a stub function, suitable for being passed to atexit,
/// which passes the given address to the given destructor function.
llvm::Function *CodeGenFunction::createAtExitStub(const VarDecl &VD,
llvm::FunctionCallee dtor,
llvm::Constant *addr) {
// Get the destructor function type, void(*)(void).
llvm::FunctionType *ty = llvm::FunctionType::get(CGM.VoidTy, false);
SmallString<256> FnName;
llvm::raw_svector_ostream Out(FnName);
CGM.getCXXABI().getMangleContext().mangleDynamicAtExitDestructor(&VD, Out);
const CGFunctionInfo &FI = CGM.getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction();
llvm::Function *fn = CGM.CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(
ty, FnName.str(), FI, VD.getLocation());
CodeGenFunction CGF(CGM);
CGF.StartFunction(GlobalDecl(&VD, DynamicInitKind::AtExit),
CGM.getContext().VoidTy, fn, FI, FunctionArgList());
llvm::CallInst *call = CGF.Builder.CreateCall(dtor, addr);
// Make sure the call and the callee agree on calling convention.
if (auto *dtorFn = dyn_cast<llvm::Function>(
return fn;
/// Register a global destructor using the C atexit runtime function.
void CodeGenFunction::registerGlobalDtorWithAtExit(const VarDecl &VD,
llvm::FunctionCallee dtor,
llvm::Constant *addr) {
// Create a function which calls the destructor.
llvm::Constant *dtorStub = createAtExitStub(VD, dtor, addr);
void CodeGenFunction::registerGlobalDtorWithAtExit(llvm::Constant *dtorStub) {
// extern "C" int atexit(void (*f)(void));
llvm::FunctionType *atexitTy =
llvm::FunctionType::get(IntTy, dtorStub->getType(), false);
llvm::FunctionCallee atexit =
CGM.CreateRuntimeFunction(atexitTy, "atexit", llvm::AttributeList(),
if (llvm::Function *atexitFn = dyn_cast<llvm::Function>(atexit.getCallee()))
EmitNounwindRuntimeCall(atexit, dtorStub);
void CodeGenFunction::EmitCXXGuardedInit(const VarDecl &D,
llvm::GlobalVariable *DeclPtr,
bool PerformInit) {
// If we've been asked to forbid guard variables, emit an error now.
// This diagnostic is hard-coded for Darwin's use case; we can find
// better phrasing if someone else needs it.
if (CGM.getCodeGenOpts().ForbidGuardVariables)
"this initialization requires a guard variable, which "
"the kernel does not support");
CGM.getCXXABI().EmitGuardedInit(*this, D, DeclPtr, PerformInit);
void CodeGenFunction::EmitCXXGuardedInitBranch(llvm::Value *NeedsInit,
llvm::BasicBlock *InitBlock,
llvm::BasicBlock *NoInitBlock,
GuardKind Kind,
const VarDecl *D) {
assert((Kind == GuardKind::TlsGuard || D) && "no guarded variable");
// A guess at how many times we will enter the initialization of a
// variable, depending on the kind of variable.
static const uint64_t InitsPerTLSVar = 1024;
static const uint64_t InitsPerLocalVar = 1024 * 1024;
llvm::MDNode *Weights;
if (Kind == GuardKind::VariableGuard && !D->isLocalVarDecl()) {
// For non-local variables, don't apply any weighting for now. Due to our
// use of COMDATs, we expect there to be at most one initialization of the
// variable per DSO, but we have no way to know how many DSOs will try to
// initialize the variable.
Weights = nullptr;
} else {
uint64_t NumInits;
// FIXME: For the TLS case, collect and use profiling information to
// determine a more accurate brach weight.
if (Kind == GuardKind::TlsGuard || D->getTLSKind())
NumInits = InitsPerTLSVar;
NumInits = InitsPerLocalVar;
// The probability of us entering the initializer is
// 1 / (total number of times we attempt to initialize the variable).
llvm::MDBuilder MDHelper(CGM.getLLVMContext());
Weights = MDHelper.createBranchWeights(1, NumInits - 1);
Builder.CreateCondBr(NeedsInit, InitBlock, NoInitBlock, Weights);
llvm::Function *CodeGenModule::CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(
llvm::FunctionType *FTy, const Twine &Name, const CGFunctionInfo &FI,
SourceLocation Loc, bool TLS) {
llvm::Function *Fn =
llvm::Function::Create(FTy, llvm::GlobalValue::InternalLinkage,
Name, &getModule());
if (!getLangOpts().AppleKext && !TLS) {
// Set the section if needed.
if (const char *Section = getTarget().getStaticInitSectionSpecifier())
SetInternalFunctionAttributes(GlobalDecl(), Fn, FI);
if (!getLangOpts().Exceptions)
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::Address) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::Address, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::KernelAddress) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::KernelAddress, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::HWAddress) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::HWAddress, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::KernelHWAddress) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::KernelHWAddress, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::MemTag) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::MemTag, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::Thread) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::Thread, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::Memory) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::Memory, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::KernelMemory) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::KernelMemory, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::SafeStack) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::SafeStack, Fn, Loc))
if (getLangOpts().Sanitize.has(SanitizerKind::ShadowCallStack) &&
!isInSanitizerBlacklist(SanitizerKind::ShadowCallStack, Fn, Loc))
auto RASignKind = getCodeGenOpts().getSignReturnAddress();
if (RASignKind != CodeGenOptions::SignReturnAddressScope::None) {
RASignKind == CodeGenOptions::SignReturnAddressScope::All
? "all"
: "non-leaf");
auto RASignKey = getCodeGenOpts().getSignReturnAddressKey();
RASignKey == CodeGenOptions::SignReturnAddressKeyValue::AKey
? "a_key"
: "b_key");
if (getCodeGenOpts().BranchTargetEnforcement)
return Fn;
/// Create a global pointer to a function that will initialize a global
/// variable. The user has requested that this pointer be emitted in a specific
/// section.
void CodeGenModule::EmitPointerToInitFunc(const VarDecl *D,
llvm::GlobalVariable *GV,
llvm::Function *InitFunc,
InitSegAttr *ISA) {
llvm::GlobalVariable *PtrArray = new llvm::GlobalVariable(
TheModule, InitFunc->getType(), /*isConstant=*/true,
llvm::GlobalValue::PrivateLinkage, InitFunc, "__cxx_init_fn_ptr");
// If the GV is already in a comdat group, then we have to join it.
if (llvm::Comdat *C = GV->getComdat())
CodeGenModule::EmitCXXGlobalVarDeclInitFunc(const VarDecl *D,
llvm::GlobalVariable *Addr,
bool PerformInit) {
// According to E.2.3.1 in CUDA-7.5 Programming guide: __device__,
// __constant__ and __shared__ variables defined in namespace scope,
// that are of class type, cannot have a non-empty constructor. All
// the checks have been done in Sema by now. Whatever initializers
// are allowed are empty and we just need to ignore them here.
if (getLangOpts().CUDA && getLangOpts().CUDAIsDevice &&
(D->hasAttr<CUDADeviceAttr>() || D->hasAttr<CUDAConstantAttr>() ||
if (getLangOpts().OpenMP &&
getOpenMPRuntime().emitDeclareTargetVarDefinition(D, Addr, PerformInit))
// Check if we've already initialized this decl.
auto I = DelayedCXXInitPosition.find(D);
if (I != DelayedCXXInitPosition.end() && I->second == ~0U)
llvm::FunctionType *FTy = llvm::FunctionType::get(VoidTy, false);
SmallString<256> FnName;
llvm::raw_svector_ostream Out(FnName);
getCXXABI().getMangleContext().mangleDynamicInitializer(D, Out);
// Create a variable initialization function.
llvm::Function *Fn =
CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(FTy, FnName.str(),
auto *ISA = D->getAttr<InitSegAttr>();
CodeGenFunction(*this).GenerateCXXGlobalVarDeclInitFunc(Fn, D, Addr,
llvm::GlobalVariable *COMDATKey =
supportsCOMDAT() && D->isExternallyVisible() ? Addr : nullptr;
if (D->getTLSKind()) {
// FIXME: Should we support init_priority for thread_local?
// FIXME: We only need to register one __cxa_thread_atexit function for the
// entire TU.
} else if (PerformInit && ISA) {
EmitPointerToInitFunc(D, Addr, Fn, ISA);
} else if (auto *IPA = D->getAttr<InitPriorityAttr>()) {
OrderGlobalInits Key(IPA->getPriority(), PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.size());
PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.push_back(std::make_pair(Key, Fn));
} else if (isTemplateInstantiation(D->getTemplateSpecializationKind()) ||
getContext().GetGVALinkageForVariable(D) == GVA_DiscardableODR) {
// C++ [basic.start.init]p2:
// Definitions of explicitly specialized class template static data
// members have ordered initialization. Other class template static data
// members (i.e., implicitly or explicitly instantiated specializations)
// have unordered initialization.
// As a consequence, we can put them into their own llvm.global_ctors entry.
// If the global is externally visible, put the initializer into a COMDAT
// group with the global being initialized. On most platforms, this is a
// minor startup time optimization. In the MS C++ ABI, there are no guard
// variables, so this COMDAT key is required for correctness.
AddGlobalCtor(Fn, 65535, COMDATKey);
if (getTarget().getCXXABI().isMicrosoft() && COMDATKey) {
// In The MS C++, MS add template static data member in the linker
// drective.
} else if (D->hasAttr<SelectAnyAttr>()) {
// SelectAny globals will be comdat-folded. Put the initializer into a
// COMDAT group associated with the global, so the initializers get folded
// too.
AddGlobalCtor(Fn, 65535, COMDATKey);
} else {
I = DelayedCXXInitPosition.find(D); // Re-do lookup in case of re-hash.
if (I == DelayedCXXInitPosition.end()) {
} else if (I->second != ~0U) {
assert(I->second < CXXGlobalInits.size() &&
CXXGlobalInits[I->second] == nullptr);
CXXGlobalInits[I->second] = Fn;
// Remember that we already emitted the initializer for this global.
DelayedCXXInitPosition[D] = ~0U;
void CodeGenModule::EmitCXXThreadLocalInitFunc() {
*this, CXXThreadLocals, CXXThreadLocalInits, CXXThreadLocalInitVars);
CodeGenModule::EmitCXXGlobalInitFunc() {
while (!CXXGlobalInits.empty() && !CXXGlobalInits.back())
if (CXXGlobalInits.empty() && PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.empty())
llvm::FunctionType *FTy = llvm::FunctionType::get(VoidTy, false);
const CGFunctionInfo &FI = getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction();
// Create our global initialization function.
if (!PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.empty()) {
SmallVector<llvm::Function *, 8> LocalCXXGlobalInits;
// Iterate over "chunks" of ctors with same priority and emit each chunk
// into separate function. Note - everything is sorted first by priority,
// second - by lex order, so we emit ctor functions in proper order.
for (SmallVectorImpl<GlobalInitData >::iterator
I = PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.begin(),
E = PrioritizedCXXGlobalInits.end(); I != E; ) {
SmallVectorImpl<GlobalInitData >::iterator
PrioE = std::upper_bound(I + 1, E, *I, GlobalInitPriorityCmp());
unsigned Priority = I->first.priority;
// Compute the function suffix from priority. Prepend with zeroes to make
// sure the function names are also ordered as priorities.
std::string PrioritySuffix = llvm::utostr(Priority);
// Priority is always <= 65535 (enforced by sema).
PrioritySuffix = std::string(6-PrioritySuffix.size(), '0')+PrioritySuffix;
llvm::Function *Fn = CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(
FTy, "_GLOBAL__I_" + PrioritySuffix, FI);
for (; I < PrioE; ++I)
CodeGenFunction(*this).GenerateCXXGlobalInitFunc(Fn, LocalCXXGlobalInits);
AddGlobalCtor(Fn, Priority);
// Include the filename in the symbol name. Including "sub_" matches gcc and
// makes sure these symbols appear lexicographically behind the symbols with
// priority emitted above.
SmallString<128> FileName = llvm::sys::path::filename(getModule().getName());
if (FileName.empty())
FileName = "<null>";
for (size_t i = 0; i < FileName.size(); ++i) {
// Replace everything that's not [a-zA-Z0-9._] with a _. This set happens
// to be the set of C preprocessing numbers.
if (!isPreprocessingNumberBody(FileName[i]))
FileName[i] = '_';
llvm::Function *Fn = CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(
FTy, llvm::Twine("_GLOBAL__sub_I_", FileName), FI);
CodeGenFunction(*this).GenerateCXXGlobalInitFunc(Fn, CXXGlobalInits);
// In OpenCL global init functions must be converted to kernels in order to
// be able to launch them from the host.
// FIXME: Some more work might be needed to handle destructors correctly.
// Current initialization function makes use of function pointers callbacks.
// We can't support function pointers especially between host and device.
// However it seems global destruction has little meaning without any
// dynamic resource allocation on the device and program scope variables are
// destroyed by the runtime when program is released.
if (getLangOpts().OpenCL) {
void CodeGenModule::EmitCXXGlobalDtorFunc() {
if (CXXGlobalDtors.empty())
llvm::FunctionType *FTy = llvm::FunctionType::get(VoidTy, false);
// Create our global destructor function.
const CGFunctionInfo &FI = getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction();
llvm::Function *Fn =
CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(FTy, "_GLOBAL__D_a", FI);
CodeGenFunction(*this).GenerateCXXGlobalDtorsFunc(Fn, CXXGlobalDtors);
/// Emit the code necessary to initialize the given global variable.
void CodeGenFunction::GenerateCXXGlobalVarDeclInitFunc(llvm::Function *Fn,
const VarDecl *D,
llvm::GlobalVariable *Addr,
bool PerformInit) {
// Check if we need to emit debug info for variable initializer.
if (D->hasAttr<NoDebugAttr>())
DebugInfo = nullptr; // disable debug info indefinitely for this function
CurEHLocation = D->getBeginLoc();
StartFunction(GlobalDecl(D, DynamicInitKind::Initializer),
getContext().VoidTy, Fn, getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction(),
FunctionArgList(), D->getLocation(),
// Use guarded initialization if the global variable is weak. This
// occurs for, e.g., instantiated static data members and
// definitions explicitly marked weak.
// Also use guarded initialization for a variable with dynamic TLS and
// unordered initialization. (If the initialization is ordered, the ABI
// layer will guard the whole-TU initialization for us.)
if (Addr->hasWeakLinkage() || Addr->hasLinkOnceLinkage() ||
(D->getTLSKind() == VarDecl::TLS_Dynamic &&
isTemplateInstantiation(D->getTemplateSpecializationKind()))) {
EmitCXXGuardedInit(*D, Addr, PerformInit);
} else {
EmitCXXGlobalVarDeclInit(*D, Addr, PerformInit);
CodeGenFunction::GenerateCXXGlobalInitFunc(llvm::Function *Fn,
ArrayRef<llvm::Function *> Decls,
ConstantAddress Guard) {
auto NL = ApplyDebugLocation::CreateEmpty(*this);
StartFunction(GlobalDecl(), getContext().VoidTy, Fn,
getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction(), FunctionArgList());
// Emit an artificial location for this function.
auto AL = ApplyDebugLocation::CreateArtificial(*this);
llvm::BasicBlock *ExitBlock = nullptr;
if (Guard.isValid()) {
// If we have a guard variable, check whether we've already performed
// these initializations. This happens for TLS initialization functions.
llvm::Value *GuardVal = Builder.CreateLoad(Guard);
llvm::Value *Uninit = Builder.CreateIsNull(GuardVal,
llvm::BasicBlock *InitBlock = createBasicBlock("init");
ExitBlock = createBasicBlock("exit");
EmitCXXGuardedInitBranch(Uninit, InitBlock, ExitBlock,
GuardKind::TlsGuard, nullptr);
// Mark as initialized before initializing anything else. If the
// initializers use previously-initialized thread_local vars, that's
// probably supposed to be OK, but the standard doesn't say.
Builder.CreateStore(llvm::ConstantInt::get(GuardVal->getType(),1), Guard);
// The guard variable can't ever change again.
RunCleanupsScope Scope(*this);
// When building in Objective-C++ ARC mode, create an autorelease pool
// around the global initializers.
if (getLangOpts().ObjCAutoRefCount && getLangOpts().CPlusPlus) {
llvm::Value *token = EmitObjCAutoreleasePoolPush();
for (unsigned i = 0, e = Decls.size(); i != e; ++i)
if (Decls[i])
if (ExitBlock) {
void CodeGenFunction::GenerateCXXGlobalDtorsFunc(
llvm::Function *Fn,
const std::vector<std::tuple<llvm::FunctionType *, llvm::WeakTrackingVH,
llvm::Constant *>> &DtorsAndObjects) {
auto NL = ApplyDebugLocation::CreateEmpty(*this);
StartFunction(GlobalDecl(), getContext().VoidTy, Fn,
getTypes().arrangeNullaryFunction(), FunctionArgList());
// Emit an artificial location for this function.
auto AL = ApplyDebugLocation::CreateArtificial(*this);
// Emit the dtors, in reverse order from construction.
for (unsigned i = 0, e = DtorsAndObjects.size(); i != e; ++i) {
llvm::FunctionType *CalleeTy;
llvm::Value *Callee;
llvm::Constant *Arg;
std::tie(CalleeTy, Callee, Arg) = DtorsAndObjects[e - i - 1];
llvm::CallInst *CI = Builder.CreateCall(CalleeTy, Callee, Arg);
// Make sure the call and the callee agree on calling convention.
if (llvm::Function *F = dyn_cast<llvm::Function>(Callee))
/// generateDestroyHelper - Generates a helper function which, when
/// invoked, destroys the given object. The address of the object
/// should be in global memory.
llvm::Function *CodeGenFunction::generateDestroyHelper(
Address addr, QualType type, Destroyer *destroyer,
bool useEHCleanupForArray, const VarDecl *VD) {
FunctionArgList args;
ImplicitParamDecl Dst(getContext(), getContext().VoidPtrTy,
const CGFunctionInfo &FI =
CGM.getTypes().arrangeBuiltinFunctionDeclaration(getContext().VoidTy, args);
llvm::FunctionType *FTy = CGM.getTypes().GetFunctionType(FI);
llvm::Function *fn = CGM.CreateGlobalInitOrDestructFunction(
FTy, "__cxx_global_array_dtor", FI, VD->getLocation());
CurEHLocation = VD->getBeginLoc();
StartFunction(VD, getContext().VoidTy, fn, FI, args);
emitDestroy(addr, type, destroyer, useEHCleanupForArray);
return fn;