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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify %s
typedef struct objc_object {
Class isa;
} *id;
@interface foo
- (void)meth;
@implementation foo
- (void) contents {} // No declaration in @interface!
- (void) meth { [self contents]; }
typedef struct _NSPoint {
float x;
float y;
} NSPoint;
typedef struct _NSSize {
float width;
float height;
} NSSize;
typedef struct _NSRect {
NSPoint origin;
NSSize size;
} NSRect;
@interface AnyClass
- (NSRect)rect;
@class Helicopter;
static void func(Helicopter *obj) {
// Note that the proto for "rect" is found in the global pool even when
// a statically typed object's class interface isn't in scope! This
// behavior isn't very desirable, however wee need it for GCC compatibility.
NSRect r = [obj rect];
@interface NSObject @end
extern Class NSClassFromObject(id object);
@interface XX : NSObject
@implementation XX
+ _privateMethod {
return self;
- (void) xx {
[NSClassFromObject(self) _privateMethod];
@implementation XX (Private)
- (void) yy {
[NSClassFromObject(self) _privateMethod];
@interface I0
-(void) nonVararg: (int) x;
int f0(I0 *ob) {
[ ob nonVararg: 0, 1, 2]; // expected-error {{too many arguments to method call}}
int f2() {
const id foo;
[foo bar]; // expected-warning {{method '-bar' not found (return type defaults to 'id')}}
return 0;
// PR3766
struct S { int X; } S;
int test5(int X) {
int a = [X somemsg]; // expected-warning {{receiver type 'int' is not 'id'}} \
expected-warning {{method '-somemsg' not found}} \
expected-warning {{incompatible pointer to integer conversion initializing 'id', expected 'int'}}
int b = [S somemsg]; // expected-error {{bad receiver type 'struct S'}}
// PR4021
void foo4() {
struct objc_object X[10];
[X rect]; // expected-warning {{receiver type 'struct objc_object *' is not 'id' or interface pointer, consider casting it to 'id'}} expected-warning {{method '-rect' not found (return type defaults to 'id')}}