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//===--- CompilerInstance.cpp ---------------------------------------------===//
// 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
#include "clang/Frontend/CompilerInstance.h"
#include "clang/AST/ASTConsumer.h"
#include "clang/AST/ASTContext.h"
#include "clang/AST/Decl.h"
#include "clang/Basic/CharInfo.h"
#include "clang/Basic/Diagnostic.h"
#include "clang/Basic/FileManager.h"
#include "clang/Basic/LangStandard.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceManager.h"
#include "clang/Basic/Stack.h"
#include "clang/Basic/TargetInfo.h"
#include "clang/Basic/Version.h"
#include "clang/Config/config.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/ChainedDiagnosticConsumer.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/FrontendAction.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/FrontendActions.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/FrontendDiagnostic.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/FrontendPluginRegistry.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/LogDiagnosticPrinter.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/SerializedDiagnosticPrinter.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/TextDiagnosticPrinter.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/Utils.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/VerifyDiagnosticConsumer.h"
#include "clang/Lex/HeaderSearch.h"
#include "clang/Lex/Preprocessor.h"
#include "clang/Lex/PreprocessorOptions.h"
#include "clang/Sema/CodeCompleteConsumer.h"
#include "clang/Sema/Sema.h"
#include "clang/Serialization/ASTReader.h"
#include "clang/Serialization/GlobalModuleIndex.h"
#include "clang/Serialization/InMemoryModuleCache.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Statistic.h"
#include "llvm/Support/BuryPointer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CrashRecoveryContext.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Errc.h"
#include "llvm/Support/FileSystem.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Host.h"
#include "llvm/Support/LockFileManager.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MemoryBuffer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Program.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Signals.h"
#include "llvm/Support/TimeProfiler.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Timer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include <time.h>
#include <utility>
using namespace clang;
std::shared_ptr<PCHContainerOperations> PCHContainerOps,
InMemoryModuleCache *SharedModuleCache)
: ModuleLoader(/* BuildingModule = */ SharedModuleCache),
Invocation(new CompilerInvocation()),
ModuleCache(SharedModuleCache ? SharedModuleCache
: new InMemoryModuleCache),
ThePCHContainerOperations(std::move(PCHContainerOps)) {}
CompilerInstance::~CompilerInstance() {
assert(OutputFiles.empty() && "Still output files in flight?");
void CompilerInstance::setInvocation(
std::shared_ptr<CompilerInvocation> Value) {
Invocation = std::move(Value);
bool CompilerInstance::shouldBuildGlobalModuleIndex() const {
return (BuildGlobalModuleIndex ||
(TheASTReader && TheASTReader->isGlobalIndexUnavailable() &&
getFrontendOpts().GenerateGlobalModuleIndex)) &&
void CompilerInstance::setDiagnostics(DiagnosticsEngine *Value) {
Diagnostics = Value;
void CompilerInstance::setVerboseOutputStream(raw_ostream &Value) {
VerboseOutputStream = &Value;
void CompilerInstance::setVerboseOutputStream(std::unique_ptr<raw_ostream> Value) {
VerboseOutputStream = OwnedVerboseOutputStream.get();
void CompilerInstance::setTarget(TargetInfo *Value) { Target = Value; }
void CompilerInstance::setAuxTarget(TargetInfo *Value) { AuxTarget = Value; }
bool CompilerInstance::createTarget() {
// Create the target instance.
if (!hasTarget())
return false;
// Check whether AuxTarget exists, if not, then create TargetInfo for the
// other side of CUDA/OpenMP/SYCL compilation.
if (!getAuxTarget() &&
(getLangOpts().CUDA || getLangOpts().OpenMPIsDevice ||
getLangOpts().SYCLIsDevice) &&
!getFrontendOpts().AuxTriple.empty()) {
auto TO = std::make_shared<TargetOptions>();
TO->Triple = llvm::Triple::normalize(getFrontendOpts().AuxTriple);
if (getFrontendOpts().AuxTargetCPU)
TO->CPU = getFrontendOpts().AuxTargetCPU.getValue();
if (getFrontendOpts().AuxTargetFeatures)
TO->FeaturesAsWritten = getFrontendOpts().AuxTargetFeatures.getValue();
TO->HostTriple = getTarget().getTriple().str();
setAuxTarget(TargetInfo::CreateTargetInfo(getDiagnostics(), TO));
if (!getTarget().hasStrictFP() && !getLangOpts().ExpStrictFP) {
if (getLangOpts().getFPRoundingMode() !=
llvm::RoundingMode::NearestTiesToEven) {
if (getLangOpts().getFPExceptionMode() != LangOptions::FPE_Ignore) {
// FIXME: can we disable FEnvAccess?
// We should do it here because target knows nothing about
// language options when it's being created.
if (getLangOpts().OpenCL &&
!getTarget().validateOpenCLTarget(getLangOpts(), getDiagnostics()))
return false;
// Inform the target of the language options.
// FIXME: We shouldn't need to do this, the target should be immutable once
// created. This complexity should be lifted elsewhere.
getTarget().adjust(getDiagnostics(), getLangOpts());
// Adjust target options based on codegen options.
getTarget().adjustTargetOptions(getCodeGenOpts(), getTargetOpts());
if (auto *Aux = getAuxTarget())
return true;
llvm::vfs::FileSystem &CompilerInstance::getVirtualFileSystem() const {
return getFileManager().getVirtualFileSystem();
void CompilerInstance::setFileManager(FileManager *Value) {
FileMgr = Value;
void CompilerInstance::setSourceManager(SourceManager *Value) {
SourceMgr = Value;
void CompilerInstance::setPreprocessor(std::shared_ptr<Preprocessor> Value) {
PP = std::move(Value);
void CompilerInstance::setASTContext(ASTContext *Value) {
Context = Value;
if (Context && Consumer)
void CompilerInstance::setSema(Sema *S) {
void CompilerInstance::setASTConsumer(std::unique_ptr<ASTConsumer> Value) {
Consumer = std::move(Value);
if (Context && Consumer)
void CompilerInstance::setCodeCompletionConsumer(CodeCompleteConsumer *Value) {
std::unique_ptr<Sema> CompilerInstance::takeSema() {
return std::move(TheSema);
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<ASTReader> CompilerInstance::getASTReader() const {
return TheASTReader;
void CompilerInstance::setASTReader(IntrusiveRefCntPtr<ASTReader> Reader) {
assert(ModuleCache.get() == &Reader->getModuleManager().getModuleCache() &&
"Expected ASTReader to use the same PCM cache");
TheASTReader = std::move(Reader);
CompilerInstance::getModuleDepCollector() const {
return ModuleDepCollector;
void CompilerInstance::setModuleDepCollector(
std::shared_ptr<ModuleDependencyCollector> Collector) {
ModuleDepCollector = std::move(Collector);
static void collectHeaderMaps(const HeaderSearch &HS,
std::shared_ptr<ModuleDependencyCollector> MDC) {
SmallVector<std::string, 4> HeaderMapFileNames;
for (auto &Name : HeaderMapFileNames)
static void collectIncludePCH(CompilerInstance &CI,
std::shared_ptr<ModuleDependencyCollector> MDC) {
const PreprocessorOptions &PPOpts = CI.getPreprocessorOpts();
if (PPOpts.ImplicitPCHInclude.empty())
StringRef PCHInclude = PPOpts.ImplicitPCHInclude;
FileManager &FileMgr = CI.getFileManager();
auto PCHDir = FileMgr.getDirectory(PCHInclude);
if (!PCHDir) {
std::error_code EC;
SmallString<128> DirNative;
llvm::sys::path::native((*PCHDir)->getName(), DirNative);
llvm::vfs::FileSystem &FS = FileMgr.getVirtualFileSystem();
SimpleASTReaderListener Validator(CI.getPreprocessor());
for (llvm::vfs::directory_iterator Dir = FS.dir_begin(DirNative, EC), DirEnd;
Dir != DirEnd && !EC; Dir.increment(EC)) {
// Check whether this is an AST file. ASTReader::isAcceptableASTFile is not
// used here since we're not interested in validating the PCH at this time,
// but only to check whether this is a file containing an AST.
if (!ASTReader::readASTFileControlBlock(
Dir->path(), FileMgr, CI.getPCHContainerReader(),
/*FindModuleFileExtensions=*/false, Validator,
static void collectVFSEntries(CompilerInstance &CI,
std::shared_ptr<ModuleDependencyCollector> MDC) {
if (CI.getHeaderSearchOpts().VFSOverlayFiles.empty())
// Collect all VFS found.
SmallVector<llvm::vfs::YAMLVFSEntry, 16> VFSEntries;
for (const std::string &VFSFile : CI.getHeaderSearchOpts().VFSOverlayFiles) {
llvm::ErrorOr<std::unique_ptr<llvm::MemoryBuffer>> Buffer =
if (!Buffer)
/*DiagHandler*/ nullptr, VFSFile, VFSEntries);
for (auto &E : VFSEntries)
MDC->addFile(E.VPath, E.RPath);
// Diagnostics
static void SetUpDiagnosticLog(DiagnosticOptions *DiagOpts,
const CodeGenOptions *CodeGenOpts,
DiagnosticsEngine &Diags) {
std::error_code EC;
std::unique_ptr<raw_ostream> StreamOwner;
raw_ostream *OS = &llvm::errs();
if (DiagOpts->DiagnosticLogFile != "-") {
// Create the output stream.
auto FileOS = std::make_unique<llvm::raw_fd_ostream>(
DiagOpts->DiagnosticLogFile, EC,
llvm::sys::fs::OF_Append | llvm::sys::fs::OF_TextWithCRLF);
if (EC) {
<< DiagOpts->DiagnosticLogFile << EC.message();
} else {
OS = FileOS.get();
StreamOwner = std::move(FileOS);
// Chain in the diagnostic client which will log the diagnostics.
auto Logger = std::make_unique<LogDiagnosticPrinter>(*OS, DiagOpts,
if (CodeGenOpts)
if (Diags.ownsClient()) {
new ChainedDiagnosticConsumer(Diags.takeClient(), std::move(Logger)));
} else {
new ChainedDiagnosticConsumer(Diags.getClient(), std::move(Logger)));
static void SetupSerializedDiagnostics(DiagnosticOptions *DiagOpts,
DiagnosticsEngine &Diags,
StringRef OutputFile) {
auto SerializedConsumer =
clang::serialized_diags::create(OutputFile, DiagOpts);
if (Diags.ownsClient()) {
Diags.setClient(new ChainedDiagnosticConsumer(
Diags.takeClient(), std::move(SerializedConsumer)));
} else {
Diags.setClient(new ChainedDiagnosticConsumer(
Diags.getClient(), std::move(SerializedConsumer)));
void CompilerInstance::createDiagnostics(DiagnosticConsumer *Client,
bool ShouldOwnClient) {
Diagnostics = createDiagnostics(&getDiagnosticOpts(), Client,
ShouldOwnClient, &getCodeGenOpts());
CompilerInstance::createDiagnostics(DiagnosticOptions *Opts,
DiagnosticConsumer *Client,
bool ShouldOwnClient,
const CodeGenOptions *CodeGenOpts) {
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<DiagnosticIDs> DiagID(new DiagnosticIDs());
Diags(new DiagnosticsEngine(DiagID, Opts));
// Create the diagnostic client for reporting errors or for
// implementing -verify.
if (Client) {
Diags->setClient(Client, ShouldOwnClient);
} else
Diags->setClient(new TextDiagnosticPrinter(llvm::errs(), Opts));
// Chain in -verify checker, if requested.
if (Opts->VerifyDiagnostics)
Diags->setClient(new VerifyDiagnosticConsumer(*Diags));
// Chain in -diagnostic-log-file dumper, if requested.
if (!Opts->DiagnosticLogFile.empty())
SetUpDiagnosticLog(Opts, CodeGenOpts, *Diags);
if (!Opts->DiagnosticSerializationFile.empty())
SetupSerializedDiagnostics(Opts, *Diags,
// Configure our handling of diagnostics.
ProcessWarningOptions(*Diags, *Opts);
return Diags;
// File Manager
FileManager *CompilerInstance::createFileManager(
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<llvm::vfs::FileSystem> VFS) {
if (!VFS)
VFS = FileMgr ? &FileMgr->getVirtualFileSystem()
: createVFSFromCompilerInvocation(getInvocation(),
assert(VFS && "FileManager has no VFS?");
FileMgr = new FileManager(getFileSystemOpts(), std::move(VFS));
return FileMgr.get();
// Source Manager
void CompilerInstance::createSourceManager(FileManager &FileMgr) {
SourceMgr = new SourceManager(getDiagnostics(), FileMgr);
// Initialize the remapping of files to alternative contents, e.g.,
// those specified through other files.
static void InitializeFileRemapping(DiagnosticsEngine &Diags,
SourceManager &SourceMgr,
FileManager &FileMgr,
const PreprocessorOptions &InitOpts) {
// Remap files in the source manager (with buffers).
for (const auto &RB : InitOpts.RemappedFileBuffers) {
// Create the file entry for the file that we're mapping from.
const FileEntry *FromFile =
FileMgr.getVirtualFile(RB.first, RB.second->getBufferSize(), 0);
if (!FromFile) {
Diags.Report(diag::err_fe_remap_missing_from_file) << RB.first;
if (!InitOpts.RetainRemappedFileBuffers)
delete RB.second;
// Override the contents of the "from" file with the contents of the
// "to" file. If the caller owns the buffers, then pass a MemoryBufferRef;
// otherwise, pass as a std::unique_ptr<MemoryBuffer> to transfer ownership
// to the SourceManager.
if (InitOpts.RetainRemappedFileBuffers)
SourceMgr.overrideFileContents(FromFile, RB.second->getMemBufferRef());
FromFile, std::unique_ptr<llvm::MemoryBuffer>(
const_cast<llvm::MemoryBuffer *>(RB.second)));
// Remap files in the source manager (with other files).
for (const auto &RF : InitOpts.RemappedFiles) {
// Find the file that we're mapping to.
auto ToFile = FileMgr.getFile(RF.second);
if (!ToFile) {
Diags.Report(diag::err_fe_remap_missing_to_file) << RF.first << RF.second;
// Create the file entry for the file that we're mapping from.
const FileEntry *FromFile =
FileMgr.getVirtualFile(RF.first, (*ToFile)->getSize(), 0);
if (!FromFile) {
Diags.Report(diag::err_fe_remap_missing_from_file) << RF.first;
// Override the contents of the "from" file with the contents of
// the "to" file.
SourceMgr.overrideFileContents(FromFile, *ToFile);
// Preprocessor
void CompilerInstance::createPreprocessor(TranslationUnitKind TUKind) {
const PreprocessorOptions &PPOpts = getPreprocessorOpts();
// The AST reader holds a reference to the old preprocessor (if any).
// Create the Preprocessor.
HeaderSearch *HeaderInfo =
new HeaderSearch(getHeaderSearchOptsPtr(), getSourceManager(),
getDiagnostics(), getLangOpts(), &getTarget());
PP = std::make_shared<Preprocessor>(Invocation->getPreprocessorOptsPtr(),
getDiagnostics(), getLangOpts(),
getSourceManager(), *HeaderInfo, *this,
/*OwnsHeaderSearch=*/true, TUKind);
getTarget().adjust(getDiagnostics(), getLangOpts());
PP->Initialize(getTarget(), getAuxTarget());
if (PPOpts.DetailedRecord)
// Apply remappings to the source manager.
InitializeFileRemapping(PP->getDiagnostics(), PP->getSourceManager(),
PP->getFileManager(), PPOpts);
// Predefine macros and configure the preprocessor.
InitializePreprocessor(*PP, PPOpts, getPCHContainerReader(),
// Initialize the header search object. In CUDA compilations, we use the aux
// triple (the host triple) to initialize our header search, since we need to
// find the host headers in order to compile the CUDA code.
const llvm::Triple *HeaderSearchTriple = &PP->getTargetInfo().getTriple();
if (PP->getTargetInfo().getTriple().getOS() == llvm::Triple::CUDA &&
HeaderSearchTriple = &PP->getAuxTargetInfo()->getTriple();
ApplyHeaderSearchOptions(PP->getHeaderSearchInfo(), getHeaderSearchOpts(),
PP->getLangOpts(), *HeaderSearchTriple);
if (PP->getLangOpts().Modules && PP->getLangOpts().ImplicitModules) {
std::string ModuleHash = getInvocation().getModuleHash();
// Handle generating dependencies, if requested.
const DependencyOutputOptions &DepOpts = getDependencyOutputOpts();
if (!DepOpts.OutputFile.empty())
if (!DepOpts.DOTOutputFile.empty())
AttachDependencyGraphGen(*PP, DepOpts.DOTOutputFile,
// If we don't have a collector, but we are collecting module dependencies,
// then we're the top level compiler instance and need to create one.
if (!ModuleDepCollector && !DepOpts.ModuleDependencyOutputDir.empty()) {
ModuleDepCollector = std::make_shared<ModuleDependencyCollector>(
// If there is a module dep collector, register with other dep collectors
// and also (a) collect header maps and (b) TODO: input vfs overlay files.
if (ModuleDepCollector) {
collectHeaderMaps(PP->getHeaderSearchInfo(), ModuleDepCollector);
collectIncludePCH(*this, ModuleDepCollector);
collectVFSEntries(*this, ModuleDepCollector);
for (auto &Listener : DependencyCollectors)
// Handle generating header include information, if requested.
if (DepOpts.ShowHeaderIncludes)
AttachHeaderIncludeGen(*PP, DepOpts);
if (!DepOpts.HeaderIncludeOutputFile.empty()) {
StringRef OutputPath = DepOpts.HeaderIncludeOutputFile;
if (OutputPath == "-")
OutputPath = "";
AttachHeaderIncludeGen(*PP, DepOpts,
/*ShowAllHeaders=*/true, OutputPath,
if (DepOpts.ShowIncludesDest != ShowIncludesDestination::None) {
AttachHeaderIncludeGen(*PP, DepOpts,
/*ShowAllHeaders=*/true, /*OutputPath=*/"",
/*ShowDepth=*/true, /*MSStyle=*/true);
std::string CompilerInstance::getSpecificModuleCachePath(StringRef ModuleHash) {
// Set up the module path, including the hash for the module-creation options.
SmallString<256> SpecificModuleCache(getHeaderSearchOpts().ModuleCachePath);
if (!SpecificModuleCache.empty() && !getHeaderSearchOpts().DisableModuleHash)
llvm::sys::path::append(SpecificModuleCache, ModuleHash);
return std::string(SpecificModuleCache.str());
// ASTContext
void CompilerInstance::createASTContext() {
Preprocessor &PP = getPreprocessor();
auto *Context = new ASTContext(getLangOpts(), PP.getSourceManager(),
PP.getIdentifierTable(), PP.getSelectorTable(),
PP.getBuiltinInfo(), PP.TUKind);
Context->InitBuiltinTypes(getTarget(), getAuxTarget());
// ExternalASTSource
namespace {
// Helper to recursively read the module names for all modules we're adding.
// We mark these as known and redirect any attempt to load that module to
// the files we were handed.
struct ReadModuleNames : ASTReaderListener {
Preprocessor &PP;
llvm::SmallVector<std::string, 8> LoadedModules;
ReadModuleNames(Preprocessor &PP) : PP(PP) {}
void ReadModuleName(StringRef ModuleName) override {
// Keep the module name as a string for now. It's not safe to create a new
// IdentifierInfo from an ASTReader callback.
void registerAll() {
ModuleMap &MM = PP.getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleMap();
for (const std::string &LoadedModule : LoadedModules)
void markAllUnavailable() {
for (const std::string &LoadedModule : LoadedModules) {
if (Module *M = PP.getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleMap().findModule(
LoadedModule)) {
M->HasIncompatibleModuleFile = true;
// Mark module as available if the only reason it was unavailable
// was missing headers.
SmallVector<Module *, 2> Stack;
while (!Stack.empty()) {
Module *Current = Stack.pop_back_val();
if (Current->IsUnimportable) continue;
Current->IsAvailable = true;
Current->submodule_begin(), Current->submodule_end());
} // namespace
void CompilerInstance::createPCHExternalASTSource(
StringRef Path, DisableValidationForModuleKind DisableValidation,
bool AllowPCHWithCompilerErrors, void *DeserializationListener,
bool OwnDeserializationListener) {
bool Preamble = getPreprocessorOpts().PrecompiledPreambleBytes.first != 0;
TheASTReader = createPCHExternalASTSource(
Path, getHeaderSearchOpts().Sysroot, DisableValidation,
AllowPCHWithCompilerErrors, getPreprocessor(), getModuleCache(),
getASTContext(), getPCHContainerReader(),
getFrontendOpts().ModuleFileExtensions, DependencyCollectors,
DeserializationListener, OwnDeserializationListener, Preamble,
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<ASTReader> CompilerInstance::createPCHExternalASTSource(
StringRef Path, StringRef Sysroot,
DisableValidationForModuleKind DisableValidation,
bool AllowPCHWithCompilerErrors, Preprocessor &PP,
InMemoryModuleCache &ModuleCache, ASTContext &Context,
const PCHContainerReader &PCHContainerRdr,
ArrayRef<std::shared_ptr<ModuleFileExtension>> Extensions,
ArrayRef<std::shared_ptr<DependencyCollector>> DependencyCollectors,
void *DeserializationListener, bool OwnDeserializationListener,
bool Preamble, bool UseGlobalModuleIndex) {
HeaderSearchOptions &HSOpts = PP.getHeaderSearchInfo().getHeaderSearchOpts();
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<ASTReader> Reader(new ASTReader(
PP, ModuleCache, &Context, PCHContainerRdr, Extensions,
Sysroot.empty() ? "" :, DisableValidation,
AllowPCHWithCompilerErrors, /*AllowConfigurationMismatch*/ false,
HSOpts.ModulesValidateSystemHeaders, HSOpts.ValidateASTInputFilesContent,
// We need the external source to be set up before we read the AST, because
// eagerly-deserialized declarations may use it.
static_cast<ASTDeserializationListener *>(DeserializationListener),
for (auto &Listener : DependencyCollectors)
auto Listener = std::make_unique<ReadModuleNames>(PP);
auto &ListenerRef = *Listener;
ASTReader::ListenerScope ReadModuleNamesListener(*Reader,
switch (Reader->ReadAST(Path,
Preamble ? serialization::MK_Preamble
: serialization::MK_PCH,
ASTReader::ARR_None)) {
case ASTReader::Success:
// Set the predefines buffer as suggested by the PCH reader. Typically, the
// predefines buffer will be empty.
return Reader;
case ASTReader::Failure:
// Unrecoverable failure: don't even try to process the input file.
case ASTReader::Missing:
case ASTReader::OutOfDate:
case ASTReader::VersionMismatch:
case ASTReader::ConfigurationMismatch:
case ASTReader::HadErrors:
// No suitable PCH file could be found. Return an error.
return nullptr;
// Code Completion
static bool EnableCodeCompletion(Preprocessor &PP,
StringRef Filename,
unsigned Line,
unsigned Column) {
// Tell the source manager to chop off the given file at a specific
// line and column.
auto Entry = PP.getFileManager().getFile(Filename);
if (!Entry) {
<< Filename;
return true;
// Truncate the named file at the given line/column.
PP.SetCodeCompletionPoint(*Entry, Line, Column);
return false;
void CompilerInstance::createCodeCompletionConsumer() {
const ParsedSourceLocation &Loc = getFrontendOpts().CodeCompletionAt;
if (!CompletionConsumer) {
Loc.FileName, Loc.Line, Loc.Column,
if (!CompletionConsumer)
} else if (EnableCodeCompletion(getPreprocessor(), Loc.FileName,
Loc.Line, Loc.Column)) {
void CompilerInstance::createFrontendTimer() {
new llvm::TimerGroup("frontend", "Clang front-end time report"));
new llvm::Timer("frontend", "Clang front-end timer",
CodeCompleteConsumer *
CompilerInstance::createCodeCompletionConsumer(Preprocessor &PP,
StringRef Filename,
unsigned Line,
unsigned Column,
const CodeCompleteOptions &Opts,
raw_ostream &OS) {
if (EnableCodeCompletion(PP, Filename, Line, Column))
return nullptr;
// Set up the creation routine for code-completion.
return new PrintingCodeCompleteConsumer(Opts, OS);
void CompilerInstance::createSema(TranslationUnitKind TUKind,
CodeCompleteConsumer *CompletionConsumer) {
TheSema.reset(new Sema(getPreprocessor(), getASTContext(), getASTConsumer(),
TUKind, CompletionConsumer));
// Attach the external sema source if there is any.
if (ExternalSemaSrc) {
// Output Files
void CompilerInstance::clearOutputFiles(bool EraseFiles) {
// Ignore errors that occur when trying to discard the temp file.
for (OutputFile &OF : OutputFiles) {
if (EraseFiles) {
if (OF.File)
if (!OF.Filename.empty())
if (!OF.File)
if (OF.File->TmpName.empty()) {
// If '-working-directory' was passed, the output filename should be
// relative to that.
SmallString<128> NewOutFile(OF.Filename);
llvm::Error E = OF.File->keep(NewOutFile);
if (!E)
<< OF.File->TmpName << OF.Filename << std::move(E);
if (DeleteBuiltModules) {
for (auto &Module : BuiltModules)
std::unique_ptr<raw_pwrite_stream> CompilerInstance::createDefaultOutputFile(
bool Binary, StringRef InFile, StringRef Extension, bool RemoveFileOnSignal,
bool CreateMissingDirectories, bool ForceUseTemporary) {
StringRef OutputPath = getFrontendOpts().OutputFile;
Optional<SmallString<128>> PathStorage;
if (OutputPath.empty()) {
if (InFile == "-" || Extension.empty()) {
OutputPath = "-";
} else {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(*PathStorage, Extension);
OutputPath = *PathStorage;
return createOutputFile(OutputPath, Binary, RemoveFileOnSignal,
getFrontendOpts().UseTemporary || ForceUseTemporary,
std::unique_ptr<raw_pwrite_stream> CompilerInstance::createNullOutputFile() {
return std::make_unique<llvm::raw_null_ostream>();
CompilerInstance::createOutputFile(StringRef OutputPath, bool Binary,
bool RemoveFileOnSignal, bool UseTemporary,
bool CreateMissingDirectories) {
Expected<std::unique_ptr<raw_pwrite_stream>> OS =
createOutputFileImpl(OutputPath, Binary, RemoveFileOnSignal, UseTemporary,
if (OS)
return std::move(*OS);
<< OutputPath << errorToErrorCode(OS.takeError()).message();
return nullptr;
CompilerInstance::createOutputFileImpl(StringRef OutputPath, bool Binary,
bool RemoveFileOnSignal,
bool UseTemporary,
bool CreateMissingDirectories) {
assert((!CreateMissingDirectories || UseTemporary) &&
"CreateMissingDirectories is only allowed when using temporary files");
std::unique_ptr<llvm::raw_fd_ostream> OS;
Optional<StringRef> OSFile;
if (UseTemporary) {
if (OutputPath == "-")
UseTemporary = false;
else {
llvm::sys::fs::file_status Status;
llvm::sys::fs::status(OutputPath, Status);
if (llvm::sys::fs::exists(Status)) {
// Fail early if we can't write to the final destination.
if (!llvm::sys::fs::can_write(OutputPath))
return llvm::errorCodeToError(
// Don't use a temporary if the output is a special file. This handles
// things like '-o /dev/null'
if (!llvm::sys::fs::is_regular_file(Status))
UseTemporary = false;
Optional<llvm::sys::fs::TempFile> Temp;
if (UseTemporary) {
// Create a temporary file.
// Insert -%%%%%%%% before the extension (if any), and because some tools
// (noticeable, clang's own GlobalModuleIndex.cpp) glob for build
// artifacts, also append .tmp.
StringRef OutputExtension = llvm::sys::path::extension(OutputPath);
SmallString<128> TempPath =
TempPath += "-%%%%%%%%";
TempPath += OutputExtension;
TempPath += ".tmp";
Expected<llvm::sys::fs::TempFile> ExpectedFile =
TempPath, llvm::sys::fs::all_read | llvm::sys::fs::all_write,
Binary ? llvm::sys::fs::OF_None : llvm::sys::fs::OF_Text);
llvm::Error E = handleErrors(
ExpectedFile.takeError(), [&](const llvm::ECError &E) -> llvm::Error {
std::error_code EC = E.convertToErrorCode();
if (CreateMissingDirectories &&
EC == llvm::errc::no_such_file_or_directory) {
StringRef Parent = llvm::sys::path::parent_path(OutputPath);
EC = llvm::sys::fs::create_directories(Parent);
if (!EC) {
ExpectedFile = llvm::sys::fs::TempFile::create(TempPath);
if (!ExpectedFile)
return llvm::errorCodeToError(
return llvm::errorCodeToError(EC);
if (E) {
} else {
Temp = std::move(ExpectedFile.get());
OS.reset(new llvm::raw_fd_ostream(Temp->FD, /*shouldClose=*/false));
OSFile = Temp->TmpName;
// If we failed to create the temporary, fallback to writing to the file
// directly. This handles the corner case where we cannot write to the
// directory, but can write to the file.
if (!OS) {
OSFile = OutputPath;
std::error_code EC;
OS.reset(new llvm::raw_fd_ostream(
*OSFile, EC,
(Binary ? llvm::sys::fs::OF_None : llvm::sys::fs::OF_TextWithCRLF)));
if (EC)
return llvm::errorCodeToError(EC);
// Add the output file -- but don't try to remove "-", since this means we are
// using stdin.
OutputFiles.emplace_back(((OutputPath != "-") ? OutputPath : "").str(),
if (!Binary || OS->supportsSeeking())
return std::move(OS);
return std::make_unique<llvm::buffer_unique_ostream>(std::move(OS));
// Initialization Utilities
bool CompilerInstance::InitializeSourceManager(const FrontendInputFile &Input){
return InitializeSourceManager(Input, getDiagnostics(), getFileManager(),
// static
bool CompilerInstance::InitializeSourceManager(const FrontendInputFile &Input,
DiagnosticsEngine &Diags,
FileManager &FileMgr,
SourceManager &SourceMgr) {
SrcMgr::CharacteristicKind Kind =
Input.getKind().getFormat() == InputKind::ModuleMap
? Input.isSystem() ? SrcMgr::C_System_ModuleMap
: SrcMgr::C_User_ModuleMap
: Input.isSystem() ? SrcMgr::C_System : SrcMgr::C_User;
if (Input.isBuffer()) {
SourceMgr.setMainFileID(SourceMgr.createFileID(Input.getBuffer(), Kind));
assert(SourceMgr.getMainFileID().isValid() &&
"Couldn't establish MainFileID!");
return true;
StringRef InputFile = Input.getFile();
// Figure out where to get and map in the main file.
auto FileOrErr = InputFile == "-"
? FileMgr.getSTDIN()
: FileMgr.getFileRef(InputFile, /*OpenFile=*/true);
if (!FileOrErr) {
// FIXME: include the error in the diagnostic even when it's not stdin.
auto EC = llvm::errorToErrorCode(FileOrErr.takeError());
if (InputFile != "-")
Diags.Report(diag::err_fe_error_reading) << InputFile;
Diags.Report(diag::err_fe_error_reading_stdin) << EC.message();
return false;
SourceMgr.createFileID(*FileOrErr, SourceLocation(), Kind));
assert(SourceMgr.getMainFileID().isValid() &&
"Couldn't establish MainFileID!");
return true;
// High-Level Operations
bool CompilerInstance::ExecuteAction(FrontendAction &Act) {
assert(hasDiagnostics() && "Diagnostics engine is not initialized!");
assert(!getFrontendOpts().ShowHelp && "Client must handle '-help'!");
assert(!getFrontendOpts().ShowVersion && "Client must handle '-version'!");
// Mark this point as the bottom of the stack if we don't have somewhere
// better. We generally expect frontend actions to be invoked with (nearly)
// DesiredStackSpace available.
raw_ostream &OS = getVerboseOutputStream();
if (!Act.PrepareToExecute(*this))
return false;
if (!createTarget())
return false;
// rewriter project will change target built-in bool type from its default.
if (getFrontendOpts().ProgramAction == frontend::RewriteObjC)
// Validate/process some options.
if (getHeaderSearchOpts().Verbose)
OS << "clang -cc1 version " CLANG_VERSION_STRING
<< " based upon " << BACKEND_PACKAGE_STRING
<< " default target " << llvm::sys::getDefaultTargetTriple() << "\n";
if (getCodeGenOpts().TimePasses)
if (getFrontendOpts().ShowStats || !getFrontendOpts().StatsFile.empty())
for (const FrontendInputFile &FIF : getFrontendOpts().Inputs) {
// Reset the ID tables if we are reusing the SourceManager and parsing
// regular files.
if (hasSourceManager() && !Act.isModelParsingAction())
if (Act.BeginSourceFile(*this, FIF)) {
if (llvm::Error Err = Act.Execute()) {
consumeError(std::move(Err)); // FIXME this drops errors on the floor.
// Notify the diagnostic client that all files were processed.
if (getDiagnosticOpts().ShowCarets) {
// We can have multiple diagnostics sharing one diagnostic client.
// Get the total number of warnings/errors from the client.
unsigned NumWarnings = getDiagnostics().getClient()->getNumWarnings();
unsigned NumErrors = getDiagnostics().getClient()->getNumErrors();
if (NumWarnings)
OS << NumWarnings << " warning" << (NumWarnings == 1 ? "" : "s");
if (NumWarnings && NumErrors)
OS << " and ";
if (NumErrors)
OS << NumErrors << " error" << (NumErrors == 1 ? "" : "s");
if (NumWarnings || NumErrors) {
OS << " generated";
if (getLangOpts().CUDA) {
if (!getLangOpts().CUDAIsDevice) {
OS << " when compiling for host";
} else {
OS << " when compiling for " << getTargetOpts().CPU;
OS << ".\n";
if (getFrontendOpts().ShowStats) {
if (hasFileManager()) {
OS << '\n';
StringRef StatsFile = getFrontendOpts().StatsFile;
if (!StatsFile.empty()) {
std::error_code EC;
auto StatS = std::make_unique<llvm::raw_fd_ostream>(
StatsFile, EC, llvm::sys::fs::OF_TextWithCRLF);
if (EC) {
<< StatsFile << EC.message();
} else {
return !getDiagnostics().getClient()->getNumErrors();
void CompilerInstance::LoadRequestedPlugins() {
// Load any requested plugins.
for (const std::string &Path : getFrontendOpts().Plugins) {
std::string Error;
if (llvm::sys::DynamicLibrary::LoadLibraryPermanently(Path.c_str(), &Error))
<< Path << Error;
// Check if any of the loaded plugins replaces the main AST action
for (const FrontendPluginRegistry::entry &Plugin :
FrontendPluginRegistry::entries()) {
std::unique_ptr<PluginASTAction> P(Plugin.instantiate());
if (P->getActionType() == PluginASTAction::ReplaceAction) {
getFrontendOpts().ProgramAction = clang::frontend::PluginAction;
getFrontendOpts().ActionName = Plugin.getName().str();
/// Determine the appropriate source input kind based on language
/// options.
static Language getLanguageFromOptions(const LangOptions &LangOpts) {
if (LangOpts.OpenCL)
return Language::OpenCL;
if (LangOpts.CUDA)
return Language::CUDA;
if (LangOpts.ObjC)
return LangOpts.CPlusPlus ? Language::ObjCXX : Language::ObjC;
return LangOpts.CPlusPlus ? Language::CXX : Language::C;
/// Compile a module file for the given module, using the options
/// provided by the importing compiler instance. Returns true if the module
/// was built without errors.
static bool
compileModuleImpl(CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance, SourceLocation ImportLoc,
StringRef ModuleName, FrontendInputFile Input,
StringRef OriginalModuleMapFile, StringRef ModuleFileName,
llvm::function_ref<void(CompilerInstance &)> PreBuildStep =
[](CompilerInstance &) {},
llvm::function_ref<void(CompilerInstance &)> PostBuildStep =
[](CompilerInstance &) {}) {
llvm::TimeTraceScope TimeScope("Module Compile", ModuleName);
// Never compile a module that's already finalized - this would cause the
// existing module to be freed, causing crashes if it is later referenced
if (ImportingInstance.getModuleCache().isPCMFinal(ModuleFileName)) {
ImportLoc, diag::err_module_rebuild_finalized)
<< ModuleName;
return false;
// Construct a compiler invocation for creating this module.
auto Invocation =
PreprocessorOptions &PPOpts = Invocation->getPreprocessorOpts();
// For any options that aren't intended to affect how a module is built,
// reset them to their default values.
// Remove any macro definitions that are explicitly ignored by the module.
// They aren't supposed to affect how the module is built anyway.
HeaderSearchOptions &HSOpts = Invocation->getHeaderSearchOpts();
PPOpts.Macros, [&HSOpts](const std::pair<std::string, bool> &def) {
StringRef MacroDef = def.first;
return HSOpts.ModulesIgnoreMacros.count(
llvm::CachedHashString(MacroDef.split('=').first)) > 0;
// If the original compiler invocation had -fmodule-name, pass it through.
Invocation->getLangOpts()->ModuleName =
// Note the name of the module we're building.
Invocation->getLangOpts()->CurrentModule = std::string(ModuleName);
// Make sure that the failed-module structure has been allocated in
// the importing instance, and propagate the pointer to the newly-created
// instance.
PreprocessorOptions &ImportingPPOpts
= ImportingInstance.getInvocation().getPreprocessorOpts();
if (!ImportingPPOpts.FailedModules)
ImportingPPOpts.FailedModules =
PPOpts.FailedModules = ImportingPPOpts.FailedModules;
// If there is a module map file, build the module using the module map.
// Set up the inputs/outputs so that we build the module from its umbrella
// header.
FrontendOptions &FrontendOpts = Invocation->getFrontendOpts();
FrontendOpts.OutputFile = ModuleFileName.str();
FrontendOpts.DisableFree = false;
FrontendOpts.GenerateGlobalModuleIndex = false;
FrontendOpts.BuildingImplicitModule = true;
FrontendOpts.OriginalModuleMap = std::string(OriginalModuleMapFile);
// Force implicitly-built modules to hash the content of the module file.
HSOpts.ModulesHashContent = true;
FrontendOpts.Inputs = {Input};
// Don't free the remapped file buffers; they are owned by our caller.
PPOpts.RetainRemappedFileBuffers = true;
Invocation->getDiagnosticOpts().VerifyDiagnostics = 0;
assert(ImportingInstance.getInvocation().getModuleHash() ==
Invocation->getModuleHash() && "Module hash mismatch!");
// Construct a compiler instance that will be used to actually create the
// module. Since we're sharing an in-memory module cache,
// CompilerInstance::CompilerInstance is responsible for finalizing the
// buffers to prevent use-after-frees.
CompilerInstance Instance(ImportingInstance.getPCHContainerOperations(),
auto &Inv = *Invocation;
Instance.createDiagnostics(new ForwardingDiagnosticConsumer(
// Note that this module is part of the module build stack, so that we
// can detect cycles in the module graph.
SourceManager &SourceMgr = Instance.getSourceManager();
FullSourceLoc(ImportLoc, ImportingInstance.getSourceManager()));
// If we're collecting module dependencies, we need to share a collector
// between all of the module CompilerInstances. Other than that, we don't
// want to produce any dependency output from the module build.
Inv.getDependencyOutputOpts() = DependencyOutputOptions();
<< ModuleName << ModuleFileName;
// Execute the action to actually build the module in-place. Use a separate
// thread so that we get a stack large enough.
llvm::CrashRecoveryContext CRC;
[&]() {
GenerateModuleFromModuleMapAction Action;
<< ModuleName;
// Delete any remaining temporary files related to Instance, in case the
// module generation thread crashed.
// If \p AllowPCMWithCompilerErrors is set return 'success' even if errors
// occurred.
return !Instance.getDiagnostics().hasErrorOccurred() ||
static const FileEntry *getPublicModuleMap(const FileEntry *File,
FileManager &FileMgr) {
StringRef Filename = llvm::sys::path::filename(File->getName());
SmallString<128> PublicFilename(File->getDir()->getName());
if (Filename == "")
llvm::sys::path::append(PublicFilename, "");
else if (Filename == "module.private.modulemap")
llvm::sys::path::append(PublicFilename, "module.modulemap");
return nullptr;
if (auto FE = FileMgr.getFile(PublicFilename))
return *FE;
return nullptr;
/// Compile a module file for the given module in a separate compiler instance,
/// using the options provided by the importing compiler instance. Returns true
/// if the module was built without errors.
static bool compileModule(CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance,
SourceLocation ImportLoc, Module *Module,
StringRef ModuleFileName) {
InputKind IK(getLanguageFromOptions(ImportingInstance.getLangOpts()),
// Get or create the module map that we'll use to build this module.
ModuleMap &ModMap
= ImportingInstance.getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleMap();
bool Result;
if (const FileEntry *ModuleMapFile =
ModMap.getContainingModuleMapFile(Module)) {
// Canonicalize compilation to start with the public module map. This is
// vital for submodules declarations in the private module maps to be
// correctly parsed when depending on a top level module in the public one.
if (const FileEntry *PublicMMFile = getPublicModuleMap(
ModuleMapFile, ImportingInstance.getFileManager()))
ModuleMapFile = PublicMMFile;
// Use the module map where this module resides.
Result = compileModuleImpl(
ImportingInstance, ImportLoc, Module->getTopLevelModuleName(),
FrontendInputFile(ModuleMapFile->getName(), IK, +Module->IsSystem),
} else {
// FIXME: We only need to fake up an input file here as a way of
// transporting the module's directory to the module map parser. We should
// be able to do that more directly, and parse from a memory buffer without
// inventing this file.
SmallString<128> FakeModuleMapFile(Module->Directory->getName());
llvm::sys::path::append(FakeModuleMapFile, "");
std::string InferredModuleMapContent;
llvm::raw_string_ostream OS(InferredModuleMapContent);
Result = compileModuleImpl(
ImportingInstance, ImportLoc, Module->getTopLevelModuleName(),
FrontendInputFile(FakeModuleMapFile, IK, +Module->IsSystem),
[&](CompilerInstance &Instance) {
std::unique_ptr<llvm::MemoryBuffer> ModuleMapBuffer =
ModuleMapFile = Instance.getFileManager().getVirtualFile(
FakeModuleMapFile, InferredModuleMapContent.size(), 0);
ModuleMapFile, std::move(ModuleMapBuffer));
// We've rebuilt a module. If we're allowed to generate or update the global
// module index, record that fact in the importing compiler instance.
if (ImportingInstance.getFrontendOpts().GenerateGlobalModuleIndex) {
return Result;
/// Read the AST right after compiling the module.
static bool readASTAfterCompileModule(CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance,
SourceLocation ImportLoc,
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc,
Module *Module, StringRef ModuleFileName,
bool *OutOfDate) {
DiagnosticsEngine &Diags = ImportingInstance.getDiagnostics();
unsigned ModuleLoadCapabilities = ASTReader::ARR_Missing;
if (OutOfDate)
ModuleLoadCapabilities |= ASTReader::ARR_OutOfDate;
// Try to read the module file, now that we've compiled it.
ASTReader::ASTReadResult ReadResult =
ModuleFileName, serialization::MK_ImplicitModule, ImportLoc,
if (ReadResult == ASTReader::Success)
return true;
// The caller wants to handle out-of-date failures.
if (OutOfDate && ReadResult == ASTReader::OutOfDate) {
*OutOfDate = true;
return false;
// The ASTReader didn't diagnose the error, so conservatively report it.
if (ReadResult == ASTReader::Missing || !Diags.hasErrorOccurred())
Diags.Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_not_built)
<< Module->Name << SourceRange(ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc);
return false;
/// Compile a module in a separate compiler instance and read the AST,
/// returning true if the module compiles without errors.
static bool compileModuleAndReadASTImpl(CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance,
SourceLocation ImportLoc,
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc,
Module *Module,
StringRef ModuleFileName) {
if (!compileModule(ImportingInstance, ModuleNameLoc, Module,
ModuleFileName)) {
<< Module->Name << SourceRange(ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc);
return false;
return readASTAfterCompileModule(ImportingInstance, ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc,
Module, ModuleFileName,
/// Compile a module in a separate compiler instance and read the AST,
/// returning true if the module compiles without errors, using a lock manager
/// to avoid building the same module in multiple compiler instances.
/// Uses a lock file manager and exponential backoff to reduce the chances that
/// multiple instances will compete to create the same module. On timeout,
/// deletes the lock file in order to avoid deadlock from crashing processes or
/// bugs in the lock file manager.
static bool compileModuleAndReadASTBehindLock(
CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance, SourceLocation ImportLoc,
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc, Module *Module, StringRef ModuleFileName) {
DiagnosticsEngine &Diags = ImportingInstance.getDiagnostics();
Diags.Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::remark_module_lock)
<< ModuleFileName << Module->Name;
// FIXME: have LockFileManager return an error_code so that we can
// avoid the mkdir when the directory already exists.
StringRef Dir = llvm::sys::path::parent_path(ModuleFileName);
while (1) {
llvm::LockFileManager Locked(ModuleFileName);
switch (Locked) {
case llvm::LockFileManager::LFS_Error:
// ModuleCache takes care of correctness and locks are only necessary for
// performance. Fallback to building the module in case of any lock
// related errors.
Diags.Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::remark_module_lock_failure)
<< Module->Name << Locked.getErrorMessage();
// Clear out any potential leftover.
case llvm::LockFileManager::LFS_Owned:
// We're responsible for building the module ourselves.
return compileModuleAndReadASTImpl(ImportingInstance, ImportLoc,
ModuleNameLoc, Module, ModuleFileName);
case llvm::LockFileManager::LFS_Shared:
break; // The interesting case.
// Someone else is responsible for building the module. Wait for them to
// finish.
switch (Locked.waitForUnlock()) {
case llvm::LockFileManager::Res_Success:
break; // The interesting case.
case llvm::LockFileManager::Res_OwnerDied:
continue; // try again to get the lock.
case llvm::LockFileManager::Res_Timeout:
// Since ModuleCache takes care of correctness, we try waiting for
// another process to complete the build so clang does not do it done
// twice. If case of timeout, build it ourselves.
Diags.Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::remark_module_lock_timeout)
<< Module->Name;
// Clear the lock file so that future invocations can make progress.
// Read the module that was just written by someone else.
bool OutOfDate = false;
if (readASTAfterCompileModule(ImportingInstance, ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc,
Module, ModuleFileName, &OutOfDate))
return true;
if (!OutOfDate)
return false;
// The module may be out of date in the presence of file system races,
// or if one of its imports depends on header search paths that are not
// consistent with this ImportingInstance. Try again...
/// Compile a module in a separate compiler instance and read the AST,
/// returning true if the module compiles without errors, potentially using a
/// lock manager to avoid building the same module in multiple compiler
/// instances.
static bool compileModuleAndReadAST(CompilerInstance &ImportingInstance,
SourceLocation ImportLoc,
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc,
Module *Module, StringRef ModuleFileName) {
return ImportingInstance.getInvocation()
? compileModuleAndReadASTBehindLock(ImportingInstance, ImportLoc,
ModuleNameLoc, Module,
: compileModuleAndReadASTImpl(ImportingInstance, ImportLoc,
ModuleNameLoc, Module,
/// Diagnose differences between the current definition of the given
/// configuration macro and the definition provided on the command line.
static void checkConfigMacro(Preprocessor &PP, StringRef ConfigMacro,
Module *Mod, SourceLocation ImportLoc) {
IdentifierInfo *Id = PP.getIdentifierInfo(ConfigMacro);
SourceManager &SourceMgr = PP.getSourceManager();
// If this identifier has never had a macro definition, then it could
// not have changed.
if (!Id->hadMacroDefinition())
auto *LatestLocalMD = PP.getLocalMacroDirectiveHistory(Id);
// Find the macro definition from the command line.
MacroInfo *CmdLineDefinition = nullptr;
for (auto *MD = LatestLocalMD; MD; MD = MD->getPrevious()) {
// We only care about the predefines buffer.
FileID FID = SourceMgr.getFileID(MD->getLocation());
if (FID.isInvalid() || FID != PP.getPredefinesFileID())
if (auto *DMD = dyn_cast<DefMacroDirective>(MD))
CmdLineDefinition = DMD->getMacroInfo();
auto *CurrentDefinition = PP.getMacroInfo(Id);
if (CurrentDefinition == CmdLineDefinition) {
// Macro matches. Nothing to do.
} else if (!CurrentDefinition) {
// This macro was defined on the command line, then #undef'd later.
// Complain.
PP.Diag(ImportLoc, diag::warn_module_config_macro_undef)
<< true << ConfigMacro << Mod->getFullModuleName();
auto LatestDef = LatestLocalMD->getDefinition();
assert(LatestDef.isUndefined() &&
"predefined macro went away with no #undef?");
PP.Diag(LatestDef.getUndefLocation(), diag::note_module_def_undef_here)
<< true;
} else if (!CmdLineDefinition) {
// There was no definition for this macro in the predefines buffer,
// but there was a local definition. Complain.
PP.Diag(ImportLoc, diag::warn_module_config_macro_undef)
<< false << ConfigMacro << Mod->getFullModuleName();
<< false;
} else if (!CurrentDefinition->isIdenticalTo(*CmdLineDefinition, PP,
/*Syntactically=*/true)) {
// The macro definitions differ.
PP.Diag(ImportLoc, diag::warn_module_config_macro_undef)
<< false << ConfigMacro << Mod->getFullModuleName();
<< false;
/// Write a new timestamp file with the given path.
static void writeTimestampFile(StringRef TimestampFile) {
std::error_code EC;
llvm::raw_fd_ostream Out(TimestampFile.str(), EC, llvm::sys::fs::OF_None);
/// Prune the module cache of modules that haven't been accessed in
/// a long time.
static void pruneModuleCache(const HeaderSearchOptions &HSOpts) {
llvm::sys::fs::file_status StatBuf;
llvm::SmallString<128> TimestampFile;
TimestampFile = HSOpts.ModuleCachePath;
llvm::sys::path::append(TimestampFile, "modules.timestamp");
// Try to stat() the timestamp file.
if (std::error_code EC = llvm::sys::fs::status(TimestampFile, StatBuf)) {
// If the timestamp file wasn't there, create one now.
if (EC == std::errc::no_such_file_or_directory) {
// Check whether the time stamp is older than our pruning interval.
// If not, do nothing.
time_t TimeStampModTime =
time_t CurrentTime = time(nullptr);
if (CurrentTime - TimeStampModTime <= time_t(HSOpts.ModuleCachePruneInterval))
// Write a new timestamp file so that nobody else attempts to prune.
// There is a benign race condition here, if two Clang instances happen to
// notice at the same time that the timestamp is out-of-date.
// Walk the entire module cache, looking for unused module files and module
// indices.
std::error_code EC;
SmallString<128> ModuleCachePathNative;
llvm::sys::path::native(HSOpts.ModuleCachePath, ModuleCachePathNative);
for (llvm::sys::fs::directory_iterator Dir(ModuleCachePathNative, EC), DirEnd;
Dir != DirEnd && !EC; Dir.increment(EC)) {
// If we don't have a directory, there's nothing to look into.
if (!llvm::sys::fs::is_directory(Dir->path()))
// Walk all of the files within this directory.
for (llvm::sys::fs::directory_iterator File(Dir->path(), EC), FileEnd;
File != FileEnd && !EC; File.increment(EC)) {
// We only care about module and global module index files.
StringRef Extension = llvm::sys::path::extension(File->path());
if (Extension != ".pcm" && Extension != ".timestamp" &&
llvm::sys::path::filename(File->path()) != "modules.idx")
// Look at this file. If we can't stat it, there's nothing interesting
// there.
if (llvm::sys::fs::status(File->path(), StatBuf))
// If the file has been used recently enough, leave it there.
time_t FileAccessTime = llvm::sys::toTimeT(StatBuf.getLastAccessedTime());
if (CurrentTime - FileAccessTime <=
time_t(HSOpts.ModuleCachePruneAfter)) {
// Remove the file.
// Remove the timestamp file.
std::string TimpestampFilename = File->path() + ".timestamp";
// If we removed all of the files in the directory, remove the directory
// itself.
if (llvm::sys::fs::directory_iterator(Dir->path(), EC) ==
llvm::sys::fs::directory_iterator() && !EC)
void CompilerInstance::createASTReader() {
if (TheASTReader)
if (!hasASTContext())
// If we're implicitly building modules but not currently recursively
// building a module, check whether we need to prune the module cache.
if (getSourceManager().getModuleBuildStack().empty() &&
!getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleCachePath().empty() &&
getHeaderSearchOpts().ModuleCachePruneInterval > 0 &&
getHeaderSearchOpts().ModuleCachePruneAfter > 0) {
HeaderSearchOptions &HSOpts = getHeaderSearchOpts();
std::string Sysroot = HSOpts.Sysroot;
const PreprocessorOptions &PPOpts = getPreprocessorOpts();
const FrontendOptions &FEOpts = getFrontendOpts();
std::unique_ptr<llvm::Timer> ReadTimer;
if (FrontendTimerGroup)
ReadTimer = std::make_unique<llvm::Timer>("reading_modules",
"Reading modules",
TheASTReader = new ASTReader(
getPreprocessor(), getModuleCache(), &getASTContext(),
getPCHContainerReader(), getFrontendOpts().ModuleFileExtensions,
Sysroot.empty() ? "" : Sysroot.c_str(),
/*AllowConfigurationMismatch=*/false, HSOpts.ModulesValidateSystemHeaders,
getFrontendOpts().UseGlobalModuleIndex, std::move(ReadTimer));
if (hasASTConsumer()) {
if (hasSema())
if (hasASTConsumer())
for (auto &Listener : DependencyCollectors)
bool CompilerInstance::loadModuleFile(StringRef FileName) {
llvm::Timer Timer;
if (FrontendTimerGroup)
Timer.init("preloading." + FileName.str(), "Preloading " + FileName.str(),
llvm::TimeRegion TimeLoading(FrontendTimerGroup ? &Timer : nullptr);
// If we don't already have an ASTReader, create one now.
if (!TheASTReader)
// If -Wmodule-file-config-mismatch is mapped as an error or worse, allow the
// ASTReader to diagnose it, since it can produce better errors that we can.
bool ConfigMismatchIsRecoverable =
<= DiagnosticsEngine::Warning;
auto Listener = std::make_unique<ReadModuleNames>(*PP);
auto &ListenerRef = *Listener;
ASTReader::ListenerScope ReadModuleNamesListener(*TheASTReader,
// Try to load the module file.
switch (TheASTReader->ReadAST(
FileName, serialization::MK_ExplicitModule, SourceLocation(),
ConfigMismatchIsRecoverable ? ASTReader::ARR_ConfigurationMismatch : 0)) {
case ASTReader::Success:
// We successfully loaded the module file; remember the set of provided
// modules so that we don't try to load implicit modules for them.
return true;
case ASTReader::ConfigurationMismatch:
// Ignore unusable module files.
getDiagnostics().Report(SourceLocation(), diag::warn_module_config_mismatch)
<< FileName;
// All modules provided by any files we tried and failed to load are now
// unavailable; includes of those modules should now be handled textually.
return true;
return false;
namespace {
enum ModuleSource {
} // end namespace
/// Select a source for loading the named module and compute the filename to
/// load it from.
static ModuleSource selectModuleSource(
Module *M, StringRef ModuleName, std::string &ModuleFilename,
const std::map<std::string, std::string, std::less<>> &BuiltModules,
HeaderSearch &HS) {
assert(ModuleFilename.empty() && "Already has a module source?");
// Check to see if the module has been built as part of this compilation
// via a module build pragma.
auto BuiltModuleIt = BuiltModules.find(ModuleName);
if (BuiltModuleIt != BuiltModules.end()) {
ModuleFilename = BuiltModuleIt->second;
return MS_ModuleBuildPragma;
// Try to load the module from the prebuilt module path.
const HeaderSearchOptions &HSOpts = HS.getHeaderSearchOpts();
if (!HSOpts.PrebuiltModuleFiles.empty() ||
!HSOpts.PrebuiltModulePaths.empty()) {
ModuleFilename = HS.getPrebuiltModuleFileName(ModuleName);
if (HSOpts.EnablePrebuiltImplicitModules && ModuleFilename.empty())
ModuleFilename = HS.getPrebuiltImplicitModuleFileName(M);
if (!ModuleFilename.empty())
return MS_PrebuiltModulePath;
// Try to load the module from the module cache.
if (M) {
ModuleFilename = HS.getCachedModuleFileName(M);
return MS_ModuleCache;
return MS_ModuleNotFound;
ModuleLoadResult CompilerInstance::findOrCompileModuleAndReadAST(
StringRef ModuleName, SourceLocation ImportLoc,
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc, bool IsInclusionDirective) {
// Search for a module with the given name.
HeaderSearch &HS = PP->getHeaderSearchInfo();
Module *M =
HS.lookupModule(ModuleName, ImportLoc, true, !IsInclusionDirective);
// Select the source and filename for loading the named module.
std::string ModuleFilename;
ModuleSource Source =
selectModuleSource(M, ModuleName, ModuleFilename, BuiltModules, HS);
if (Source == MS_ModuleNotFound) {
// We can't find a module, error out here.
getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_not_found)
<< ModuleName << SourceRange(ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc);
return nullptr;
if (ModuleFilename.empty()) {
if (M && M->HasIncompatibleModuleFile) {
// We tried and failed to load a module file for this module. Fall
// back to textual inclusion for its headers.
return ModuleLoadResult::ConfigMismatch;
getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_build_disabled)
<< ModuleName;
return nullptr;
// Create an ASTReader on demand.
if (!getASTReader())
// Time how long it takes to load the module.
llvm::Timer Timer;
if (FrontendTimerGroup)
Timer.init("loading." + ModuleFilename, "Loading " + ModuleFilename,
llvm::TimeRegion TimeLoading(FrontendTimerGroup ? &Timer : nullptr);
llvm::TimeTraceScope TimeScope("Module Load", ModuleName);
// Try to load the module file. If we are not trying to load from the
// module cache, we don't know how to rebuild modules.
unsigned ARRFlags = Source == MS_ModuleCache
? ASTReader::ARR_OutOfDate | ASTReader::ARR_Missing |
: Source == MS_PrebuiltModulePath
? 0
: ASTReader::ARR_ConfigurationMismatch;
switch (getASTReader()->ReadAST(ModuleFilename,
Source == MS_PrebuiltModulePath
? serialization::MK_PrebuiltModule
: Source == MS_ModuleBuildPragma
? serialization::MK_ExplicitModule
: serialization::MK_ImplicitModule,
ImportLoc, ARRFlags)) {
case ASTReader::Success: {
if (M)
return M;
assert(Source != MS_ModuleCache &&
"missing module, but file loaded from cache");
// A prebuilt module is indexed as a ModuleFile; the Module does not exist
// until the first call to ReadAST. Look it up now.
M = HS.lookupModule(ModuleName, ImportLoc, true, !IsInclusionDirective);
// Check whether M refers to the file in the prebuilt module path.
if (M && M->getASTFile())
if (auto ModuleFile = FileMgr->getFile(ModuleFilename))
if (*ModuleFile == M->getASTFile())
return M;
getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_prebuilt)
<< ModuleName;
return ModuleLoadResult();
case ASTReader::OutOfDate:
case ASTReader::Missing:
// The most interesting case.
case ASTReader::ConfigurationMismatch:
if (Source == MS_PrebuiltModulePath)
// FIXME: We shouldn't be setting HadFatalFailure below if we only
// produce a warning here!
<< ModuleFilename;
// Fall through to error out.
case ASTReader::VersionMismatch:
case ASTReader::HadErrors:
ModuleLoader::HadFatalFailure = true;
// FIXME: The ASTReader will already have complained, but can we shoehorn
// that diagnostic information into a more useful form?
return ModuleLoadResult();
case ASTReader::Failure:
ModuleLoader::HadFatalFailure = true;
return ModuleLoadResult();
// ReadAST returned Missing or OutOfDate.
if (Source != MS_ModuleCache) {
// We don't know the desired configuration for this module and don't
// necessarily even have a module map. Since ReadAST already produces
// diagnostics for these two cases, we simply error out here.
return ModuleLoadResult();
// The module file is missing or out-of-date. Build it.
assert(M && "missing module, but trying to compile for cache");
// Check whether there is a cycle in the module graph.
ModuleBuildStack ModPath = getSourceManager().getModuleBuildStack();
ModuleBuildStack::iterator Pos = ModPath.begin(), PosEnd = ModPath.end();
for (; Pos != PosEnd; ++Pos) {
if (Pos->first == ModuleName)
if (Pos != PosEnd) {
SmallString<256> CyclePath;
for (; Pos != PosEnd; ++Pos) {
CyclePath += Pos->first;
CyclePath += " -> ";
CyclePath += ModuleName;
getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_cycle)
<< ModuleName << CyclePath;
return nullptr;
// Check whether we have already attempted to build this module (but
// failed).
if (getPreprocessorOpts().FailedModules &&
getPreprocessorOpts().FailedModules->hasAlreadyFailed(ModuleName)) {
getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_not_built)
<< ModuleName << SourceRange(ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc);
return nullptr;
// Try to compile and then read the AST.
if (!compileModuleAndReadAST(*this, ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc, M,
ModuleFilename)) {
assert(getDiagnostics().hasErrorOccurred() &&
"undiagnosed error in compileModuleAndReadAST");
if (getPreprocessorOpts().FailedModules)
return nullptr;
// Okay, we've rebuilt and now loaded the module.
return M;
CompilerInstance::loadModule(SourceLocation ImportLoc,
ModuleIdPath Path,
Module::NameVisibilityKind Visibility,
bool IsInclusionDirective) {
// Determine what file we're searching from.
StringRef ModuleName = Path[0].first->getName();
SourceLocation ModuleNameLoc = Path[0].second;
// If we've already handled this import, just return the cached result.
// This one-element cache is important to eliminate redundant diagnostics
// when both the preprocessor and parser see the same import declaration.
if (ImportLoc.isValid() && LastModuleImportLoc == ImportLoc) {
// Make the named module visible.
if (LastModuleImportResult && ModuleName != getLangOpts().CurrentModule)
TheASTReader->makeModuleVisible(LastModuleImportResult, Visibility,
return LastModuleImportResult;
// If we don't already have information on this module, load the module now.
Module *Module = nullptr;
ModuleMap &MM = getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleMap();
if (auto MaybeModule = MM.getCachedModuleLoad(*Path[0].first)) {
// Use the cached result, which may be nullptr.
Module = *MaybeModule;
} else if (ModuleName == getLangOpts().CurrentModule) {
// This is the module we're building.
Module = PP->getHeaderSearchInfo().lookupModule(
ModuleName, ImportLoc, /*AllowSearch*/ true,
/*AllowExtraModuleMapSearch*/ !IsInclusionDirective);
/// FIXME: perhaps we should (a) look for a module using the module name
// to file map (PrebuiltModuleFiles) and (b) diagnose if still not found?
//if (Module == nullptr) {
// getDiagnostics().Report(ModuleNameLoc, diag::err_module_not_found)
// << ModuleName;
// DisableGeneratingGlobalModuleIndex = true;
// return ModuleLoadResult();
MM.cacheModuleLoad(*Path[0].first, Module);
} else {
ModuleLoadResult Result = findOrCompileModuleAndReadAST(
ModuleName, ImportLoc, ModuleNameLoc, IsInclusionDirective);
if (!Result.isNormal())
return Result;
if (!Result)
DisableGeneratingGlobalModuleIndex = true;
Module = Result;
MM.cacheModuleLoad(*Path[0].first, Module);
// If we never found the module, fail. Otherwise, verify the module and link
// it up.
if (!Module)
return ModuleLoadResult();
// Verify that the rest of the module path actually corresponds to
// a submodule.
bool MapPrivateSubModToTopLevel = false;
for (unsigned I = 1, N = Path.size(); I != N; ++I) {
StringRef Name = Path[I].first->getName();
clang::Module *Sub = Module->findSubmodule(Name);
// If the user is requesting Foo.Private and it doesn't exist, try to
// match Foo_Private and emit a warning asking for the user to write
// @import Foo_Private instead. FIXME: remove this when existing clients
// migrate off of Foo.Private syntax.
if (!Sub && PP->getLangOpts().ImplicitModules && Name == "Private" &&
Module == Module->getTopLevelModule()) {
SmallString<128> PrivateModule(Module->Name);
SmallVector<std::pair<IdentifierInfo *, SourceLocation>, 2> PrivPath;
auto &II = PP->getIdentifierTable().get(
PrivateModule, PP->getIdentifierInfo(Module->Name)->getTokenID());
PrivPath.push_back(std::make_pair(&II, Path[0].second));
if (PP->getHeaderSearchInfo().lookupModule(PrivateModule, ImportLoc, true,
Sub = loadModule(ImportLoc, PrivPath, Visibility, IsInclusionDirective);
if (Sub) {
MapPrivateSubModToTopLevel = true;
if (!getDiagnostics().isIgnored(
diag::warn_no_priv_submodule_use_toplevel, ImportLoc)) {
<< Path[I].first << Module->getFullModuleName() << PrivateModule
<< SourceRange(Path[0].second, Path[I].second)
<< FixItHint::CreateReplacement(SourceRange(Path[0].second),
if (!Sub) {
// Attempt to perform typo correction to find a module name that works.
SmallVector<StringRef, 2> Best;
unsigned BestEditDistance = (std::numeric_limits<unsigned>::max)();
for (class Module *SubModule : Module->submodules()) {
unsigned ED =
/*AllowReplacements=*/true, BestEditDistance);
if (ED <= BestEditDistance) {
if (ED < BestEditDistance) {
BestEditDistance = ED;
// If there was a clear winner, user it.
if (Best.size() == 1) {
getDiagnostics().Report(Path[I].second, diag::err_no_submodule_suggest)
<< Path[I].first << Module->getFullModuleName() << Best[0]
<< SourceRange(Path[0].second, Path[I - 1].second)
<< FixItHint::CreateReplacement(SourceRange(Path[I].second),
Sub = Module->findSubmodule(Best[0]);
if (!Sub) {
// No submodule by this name. Complain, and don't look for further
// submodules.
getDiagnostics().Report(Path[I].second, diag::err_no_submodule)
<< Path[I].first << Module->getFullModuleName()
<< SourceRange(Path[0].second, Path[I - 1].second);
Module = Sub;
// Make the named module visible, if it's not already part of the module
// we are parsing.
if (ModuleName != getLangOpts().CurrentModule) {
if (!Module->IsFromModuleFile && !MapPrivateSubModToTopLevel) {
// We have an umbrella header or directory that doesn't actually include
// all of the headers within the directory it covers. Complain about
// this missing submodule and recover by forgetting that we ever saw
// this submodule.
// FIXME: Should we detect this at module load time? It seems fairly
// expensive (and rare).
getDiagnostics().Report(ImportLoc, diag::warn_missing_submodule)
<< Module->getFullModuleName()
<< SourceRange(Path.front().second, Path.back().second);
return ModuleLoadResult::MissingExpected;
// Check whether this module is available.
if (Preprocessor::checkModuleIsAvailable(getLangOpts(), getTarget(),
getDiagnostics(), Module)) {
getDiagnostics().Report(ImportLoc, diag::note_module_import_here)
<< SourceRange(Path.front().second, Path.back().second);
LastModuleImportLoc = ImportLoc;
LastModuleImportResult = ModuleLoadResult();
return ModuleLoadResult();
TheASTReader->makeModuleVisible(Module, Visibility, ImportLoc);
// Check for any configuration macros that have changed.
clang::Module *TopModule = Module->getTopLevelModule();
for (unsigned I = 0, N = TopModule->ConfigMacros.size(); I != N; ++I) {
checkConfigMacro(getPreprocessor(), TopModule->ConfigMacros[I],
Module, ImportLoc);
// Resolve any remaining module using export_as for this one.
LastModuleImportLoc = ImportLoc;
LastModuleImportResult = ModuleLoadResult(Module);
return LastModuleImportResult;
void CompilerInstance::createModuleFromSource(SourceLocation ImportLoc,
StringRef ModuleName,
StringRef Source) {
// Avoid creating filenames with special characters.
SmallString<128> CleanModuleName(ModuleName);
for (auto &C : CleanModuleName)
if (!isAlphanumeric(C))
C = '_';
// FIXME: Using a randomized filename here means that our intermediate .pcm
// output is nondeterministic (as .pcm files refer to each other by name).
// Can this affect the output in any way?
SmallString<128> ModuleFileName;
if (std::error_code EC = llvm::sys::fs::createTemporaryFile(
CleanModuleName, "pcm", ModuleFileName)) {
getDiagnostics().Report(ImportLoc, diag::err_fe_unable_to_open_output)
<< ModuleFileName << EC.message();
std::string ModuleMapFileName = (CleanModuleName + ".map").str();
FrontendInputFile Input(
InputKind::ModuleMap, /*Preprocessed*/true));
std::string NullTerminatedSource(Source.str());
auto PreBuildStep = [&](CompilerInstance &Other) {
// Create a virtual file containing our desired source.
// FIXME: We shouldn't need to do this.
const FileEntry *ModuleMapFile = Other.getFileManager().getVirtualFile(
ModuleMapFileName, NullTerminatedSource.size(), 0);
ModuleMapFile, llvm::MemoryBuffer::getMemBuffer(NullTerminatedSource));
Other.BuiltModules = std::move(BuiltModules);
Other.DeleteBuiltModules = false;
auto PostBuildStep = [this](CompilerInstance &Other) {
BuiltModules = std::move(Other.BuiltModules);
// Build the module, inheriting any modules that we've built locally.
if (compileModuleImpl(*this, ImportLoc, ModuleName, Input, StringRef(),
ModuleFileName, PreBuildStep, PostBuildStep)) {
BuiltModules[std::string(ModuleName)] = std::string(ModuleFileName.str());
void CompilerInstance::makeModuleVisible(Module *Mod,
Module::NameVisibilityKind Visibility,
SourceLocation ImportLoc) {
if (!TheASTReader)
if (!TheASTReader)
TheASTReader->makeModuleVisible(Mod, Visibility, ImportLoc);
GlobalModuleIndex *CompilerInstance::loadGlobalModuleIndex(
SourceLocation TriggerLoc) {
if (getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleCachePath().empty())
return nullptr;
if (!TheASTReader)
// Can't do anything if we don't have the module manager.
if (!TheASTReader)
return nullptr;
// Get an existing global index. This loads it if not already
// loaded.
GlobalModuleIndex *GlobalIndex = TheASTReader->getGlobalIndex();
// If the global index doesn't exist, create it.
if (!GlobalIndex && shouldBuildGlobalModuleIndex() && hasFileManager() &&
hasPreprocessor()) {
if (llvm::Error Err = GlobalModuleIndex::writeIndex(
getFileManager(), getPCHContainerReader(),
getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleCachePath())) {
// FIXME this drops the error on the floor. This code is only used for
// typo correction and drops more than just this one source of errors
// (such as the directory creation failure above). It should handle the
// error.
return nullptr;
GlobalIndex = TheASTReader->getGlobalIndex();
// For finding modules needing to be imported for fixit messages,
// we need to make the global index cover all modules, so we do that here.
if (!HaveFullGlobalModuleIndex && GlobalIndex && !buildingModule()) {
ModuleMap &MMap = getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleMap();
bool RecreateIndex = false;
for (ModuleMap::module_iterator I = MMap.module_begin(),
E = MMap.module_end(); I != E; ++I) {
Module *TheModule = I->second;
const FileEntry *Entry = TheModule->getASTFile();
if (!Entry) {
SmallVector<std::pair<IdentifierInfo *, SourceLocation>, 2> Path;
getPreprocessor().getIdentifierInfo(TheModule->Name), TriggerLoc));
std::reverse(Path.begin(), Path.end());
// Load a module as hidden. This also adds it to the global index.
loadModule(TheModule->DefinitionLoc, Path, Module::Hidden, false);
RecreateIndex = true;
if (RecreateIndex) {
if (llvm::Error Err = GlobalModuleIndex::writeIndex(
getFileManager(), getPCHContainerReader(),
getPreprocessor().getHeaderSearchInfo().getModuleCachePath())) {
// FIXME As above, this drops the error on the floor.
return nullptr;
GlobalIndex = TheASTReader->getGlobalIndex();
HaveFullGlobalModuleIndex = true;
return GlobalIndex;
// Check global module index for missing imports.
CompilerInstance::lookupMissingImports(StringRef Name,
SourceLocation TriggerLoc) {
// Look for the symbol in non-imported modules, but only if an error
// actually occurred.
if (!buildingModule()) {
// Load global module index, or retrieve a previously loaded one.
GlobalModuleIndex *GlobalIndex = loadGlobalModuleIndex(
// Only if we have a global index.
if (GlobalIndex) {
GlobalModuleIndex::HitSet FoundModules;
// Find the modules that reference the identifier.
// Note that this only finds top-level modules.
// We'll let diagnoseTypo find the actual declaration module.
if (GlobalIndex->lookupIdentifier(Name, FoundModules))
return true;
return false;
void CompilerInstance::resetAndLeakSema() { llvm::BuryPointer(takeSema()); }
void CompilerInstance::setExternalSemaSource(
IntrusiveRefCntPtr<ExternalSemaSource> ESS) {
ExternalSemaSrc = std::move(ESS);