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//===--- TokenAnnotator.cpp - Format C++ code -----------------------------===//
//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
///
/// \file
/// This file implements a token annotator, i.e. creates
/// \c AnnotatedTokens out of \c FormatTokens with required extra information.
///
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "TokenAnnotator.h"
#include "FormatToken.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceManager.h"
#include "clang/Basic/TokenKinds.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallPtrSet.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Debug.h"
#define DEBUG_TYPE "format-token-annotator"
namespace clang {
namespace format {
namespace {
/// Returns \c true if the line starts with a token that can start a statement
/// with an initializer.
static bool startsWithInitStatement(const AnnotatedLine &Line) {
return Line.startsWith(tok::kw_for) || Line.startsWith(tok::kw_if) ||
Line.startsWith(tok::kw_switch);
}
/// Returns \c true if the token can be used as an identifier in
/// an Objective-C \c \@selector, \c false otherwise.
///
/// Because getFormattingLangOpts() always lexes source code as
/// Objective-C++, C++ keywords like \c new and \c delete are
/// lexed as tok::kw_*, not tok::identifier, even for Objective-C.
///
/// For Objective-C and Objective-C++, both identifiers and keywords
/// are valid inside @selector(...) (or a macro which
/// invokes @selector(...)). So, we allow treat any identifier or
/// keyword as a potential Objective-C selector component.
static bool canBeObjCSelectorComponent(const FormatToken &Tok) {
return Tok.Tok.getIdentifierInfo() != nullptr;
}
/// With `Left` being '(', check if we're at either `[...](` or
/// `[...]<...>(`, where the [ opens a lambda capture list.
static bool isLambdaParameterList(const FormatToken *Left) {
// Skip <...> if present.
if (Left->Previous && Left->Previous->is(tok::greater) &&
Left->Previous->MatchingParen &&
Left->Previous->MatchingParen->is(TT_TemplateOpener)) {
Left = Left->Previous->MatchingParen;
}
// Check for `[...]`.
return Left->Previous && Left->Previous->is(tok::r_square) &&
Left->Previous->MatchingParen &&
Left->Previous->MatchingParen->is(TT_LambdaLSquare);
}
/// Returns \c true if the token is followed by a boolean condition, \c false
/// otherwise.
static bool isKeywordWithCondition(const FormatToken &Tok) {
return Tok.isOneOf(tok::kw_if, tok::kw_for, tok::kw_while, tok::kw_switch,
tok::kw_constexpr, tok::kw_catch);
}
/// A parser that gathers additional information about tokens.
///
/// The \c TokenAnnotator tries to match parenthesis and square brakets and
/// store a parenthesis levels. It also tries to resolve matching "<" and ">"
/// into template parameter lists.
class AnnotatingParser {
public:
AnnotatingParser(const FormatStyle &Style, AnnotatedLine &Line,
const AdditionalKeywords &Keywords)
: Style(Style), Line(Line), CurrentToken(Line.First), AutoFound(false),
Keywords(Keywords) {
Contexts.push_back(Context(tok::unknown, 1, /*IsExpression=*/false));
resetTokenMetadata();
}
private:
bool parseAngle() {
if (!CurrentToken || !CurrentToken->Previous)
return false;
if (NonTemplateLess.count(CurrentToken->Previous))
return false;
const FormatToken &Previous = *CurrentToken->Previous; // The '<'.
if (Previous.Previous) {
if (Previous.Previous->Tok.isLiteral())
return false;
if (Previous.Previous->is(tok::r_paren) && Contexts.size() > 1 &&
(!Previous.Previous->MatchingParen ||
!Previous.Previous->MatchingParen->is(
TT_OverloadedOperatorLParen))) {
return false;
}
}
FormatToken *Left = CurrentToken->Previous;
Left->ParentBracket = Contexts.back().ContextKind;
ScopedContextCreator ContextCreator(*this, tok::less, 12);
// If this angle is in the context of an expression, we need to be more
// hesitant to detect it as opening template parameters.
bool InExprContext = Contexts.back().IsExpression;
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
// If there's a template keyword before the opening angle bracket, this is a
// template parameter, not an argument.
if (Left->Previous && Left->Previous->isNot(tok::kw_template))
Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::TemplateArgument;
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java &&
CurrentToken->is(tok::question)) {
next();
}
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::greater)) {
// Try to do a better job at looking for ">>" within the condition of
// a statement. Conservatively insert spaces between consecutive ">"
// tokens to prevent splitting right bitshift operators and potentially
// altering program semantics. This check is overly conservative and
// will prevent spaces from being inserted in select nested template
// parameter cases, but should not alter program semantics.
if (CurrentToken->Next && CurrentToken->Next->is(tok::greater) &&
Left->ParentBracket != tok::less &&
(isKeywordWithCondition(*Line.First) ||
CurrentToken->getStartOfNonWhitespace() ==
CurrentToken->Next->getStartOfNonWhitespace().getLocWithOffset(
-1))) {
return false;
}
Left->MatchingParen = CurrentToken;
CurrentToken->MatchingParen = Left;
// In TT_Proto, we must distignuish between:
// map<key, value>
// msg < item: data >
// msg: < item: data >
// In TT_TextProto, map<key, value> does not occur.
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto ||
(Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto && Left->Previous &&
Left->Previous->isOneOf(TT_SelectorName, TT_DictLiteral))) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_DictLiteral);
} else {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_TemplateCloser);
}
next();
return true;
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::question) &&
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java) {
next();
continue;
}
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::r_square, tok::r_brace) ||
(CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::colon, tok::question) && InExprContext &&
!Style.isCSharp() && Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_Proto &&
Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_TextProto)) {
return false;
}
// If a && or || is found and interpreted as a binary operator, this set
// of angles is likely part of something like "a < b && c > d". If the
// angles are inside an expression, the ||/&& might also be a binary
// operator that was misinterpreted because we are parsing template
// parameters.
// FIXME: This is getting out of hand, write a decent parser.
if (CurrentToken->Previous->isOneOf(tok::pipepipe, tok::ampamp) &&
CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_BinaryOperator) &&
Contexts[Contexts.size() - 2].IsExpression &&
!Line.startsWith(tok::kw_template)) {
return false;
}
updateParameterCount(Left, CurrentToken);
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto) {
if (FormatToken *Previous = CurrentToken->getPreviousNonComment()) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::colon) ||
(CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::l_brace, tok::less) &&
Previous->isNot(tok::colon))) {
Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
}
}
if (!consumeToken())
return false;
}
return false;
}
bool parseUntouchableParens() {
while (CurrentToken) {
CurrentToken->Finalized = true;
switch (CurrentToken->Tok.getKind()) {
case tok::l_paren:
next();
if (!parseUntouchableParens())
return false;
continue;
case tok::r_paren:
next();
return true;
default:
// no-op
break;
}
next();
}
return false;
}
bool parseParens(bool LookForDecls = false) {
if (!CurrentToken)
return false;
assert(CurrentToken->Previous && "Unknown previous token");
FormatToken &OpeningParen = *CurrentToken->Previous;
assert(OpeningParen.is(tok::l_paren));
FormatToken *PrevNonComment = OpeningParen.getPreviousNonComment();
OpeningParen.ParentBracket = Contexts.back().ContextKind;
ScopedContextCreator ContextCreator(*this, tok::l_paren, 1);
// FIXME: This is a bit of a hack. Do better.
Contexts.back().ColonIsForRangeExpr =
Contexts.size() == 2 && Contexts[0].ColonIsForRangeExpr;
if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_UntouchableMacroFunc)) {
OpeningParen.Finalized = true;
return parseUntouchableParens();
}
bool StartsObjCMethodExpr = false;
if (FormatToken *MaybeSel = OpeningParen.Previous) {
// @selector( starts a selector.
if (MaybeSel->isObjCAtKeyword(tok::objc_selector) && MaybeSel->Previous &&
MaybeSel->Previous->is(tok::at)) {
StartsObjCMethodExpr = true;
}
}
if (OpeningParen.is(TT_OverloadedOperatorLParen)) {
// Find the previous kw_operator token.
FormatToken *Prev = &OpeningParen;
while (!Prev->is(tok::kw_operator)) {
Prev = Prev->Previous;
assert(Prev && "Expect a kw_operator prior to the OperatorLParen!");
}
// If faced with "a.operator*(argument)" or "a->operator*(argument)",
// i.e. the operator is called as a member function,
// then the argument must be an expression.
bool OperatorCalledAsMemberFunction =
Prev->Previous && Prev->Previous->isOneOf(tok::period, tok::arrow);
Contexts.back().IsExpression = OperatorCalledAsMemberFunction;
} else if (Style.isJavaScript() &&
(Line.startsWith(Keywords.kw_type, tok::identifier) ||
Line.startsWith(tok::kw_export, Keywords.kw_type,
tok::identifier))) {
// type X = (...);
// export type X = (...);
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
(OpeningParen.Previous->isOneOf(tok::kw_static_assert,
tok::kw_while, tok::l_paren,
tok::comma, TT_BinaryOperator) ||
OpeningParen.Previous->isIf())) {
// static_assert, if and while usually contain expressions.
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
} else if (Style.isJavaScript() && OpeningParen.Previous &&
(OpeningParen.Previous->is(Keywords.kw_function) ||
(OpeningParen.Previous->endsSequence(tok::identifier,
Keywords.kw_function)))) {
// function(...) or function f(...)
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (Style.isJavaScript() && OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_JsTypeColon)) {
// let x: (SomeType);
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (isLambdaParameterList(&OpeningParen)) {
// This is a parameter list of a lambda expression.
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (Line.InPPDirective &&
(!OpeningParen.Previous ||
!OpeningParen.Previous->is(tok::identifier))) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
} else if (Contexts[Contexts.size() - 2].CaretFound) {
// This is the parameter list of an ObjC block.
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_ForEachMacro)) {
// The first argument to a foreach macro is a declaration.
Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::ForEachMacro;
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (OpeningParen.Previous && OpeningParen.Previous->MatchingParen &&
OpeningParen.Previous->MatchingParen->is(TT_ObjCBlockLParen)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (!Line.MustBeDeclaration && !Line.InPPDirective) {
bool IsForOrCatch =
OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->isOneOf(tok::kw_for, tok::kw_catch);
Contexts.back().IsExpression = !IsForOrCatch;
}
// Infer the role of the l_paren based on the previous token if we haven't
// detected one one yet.
if (PrevNonComment && OpeningParen.is(TT_Unknown)) {
if (PrevNonComment->is(tok::kw___attribute)) {
OpeningParen.setType(TT_AttributeParen);
} else if (PrevNonComment->isOneOf(TT_TypenameMacro, tok::kw_decltype,
tok::kw_typeof, tok::kw__Atomic,
tok::kw___underlying_type)) {
OpeningParen.setType(TT_TypeDeclarationParen);
// decltype() and typeof() usually contain expressions.
if (PrevNonComment->isOneOf(tok::kw_decltype, tok::kw_typeof))
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
}
}
if (StartsObjCMethodExpr) {
Contexts.back().ColonIsObjCMethodExpr = true;
OpeningParen.setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
}
// MightBeFunctionType and ProbablyFunctionType are used for
// function pointer and reference types as well as Objective-C
// block types:
//
// void (*FunctionPointer)(void);
// void (&FunctionReference)(void);
// void (&&FunctionReference)(void);
// void (^ObjCBlock)(void);
bool MightBeFunctionType = !Contexts[Contexts.size() - 2].IsExpression;
bool ProbablyFunctionType =
CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::ampamp, tok::caret);
bool HasMultipleLines = false;
bool HasMultipleParametersOnALine = false;
bool MightBeObjCForRangeLoop =
OpeningParen.Previous && OpeningParen.Previous->is(tok::kw_for);
FormatToken *PossibleObjCForInToken = nullptr;
while (CurrentToken) {
// LookForDecls is set when "if (" has been seen. Check for
// 'identifier' '*' 'identifier' followed by not '=' -- this
// '*' has to be a binary operator but determineStarAmpUsage() will
// categorize it as an unary operator, so set the right type here.
if (LookForDecls && CurrentToken->Next) {
FormatToken *Prev = CurrentToken->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Prev) {
FormatToken *PrevPrev = Prev->getPreviousNonComment();
FormatToken *Next = CurrentToken->Next;
if (PrevPrev && PrevPrev->is(tok::identifier) &&
Prev->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::ampamp) &&
CurrentToken->is(tok::identifier) && Next->isNot(tok::equal)) {
Prev->setType(TT_BinaryOperator);
LookForDecls = false;
}
}
}
if (CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_PointerOrReference) &&
CurrentToken->Previous->Previous->isOneOf(tok::l_paren,
tok::coloncolon)) {
ProbablyFunctionType = true;
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma))
MightBeFunctionType = false;
if (CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_BinaryOperator))
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::r_paren)) {
if (OpeningParen.isNot(TT_CppCastLParen) && MightBeFunctionType &&
ProbablyFunctionType && CurrentToken->Next &&
(CurrentToken->Next->is(tok::l_paren) ||
(CurrentToken->Next->is(tok::l_square) &&
Line.MustBeDeclaration))) {
OpeningParen.setType(OpeningParen.Next->is(tok::caret)
? TT_ObjCBlockLParen
: TT_FunctionTypeLParen);
}
OpeningParen.MatchingParen = CurrentToken;
CurrentToken->MatchingParen = &OpeningParen;
if (CurrentToken->Next && CurrentToken->Next->is(tok::l_brace) &&
OpeningParen.Previous && OpeningParen.Previous->is(tok::l_paren)) {
// Detect the case where macros are used to generate lambdas or
// function bodies, e.g.:
// auto my_lambda = MACRO((Type *type, int i) { .. body .. });
for (FormatToken *Tok = &OpeningParen; Tok != CurrentToken;
Tok = Tok->Next) {
if (Tok->is(TT_BinaryOperator) &&
Tok->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::ampamp)) {
Tok->setType(TT_PointerOrReference);
}
}
}
if (StartsObjCMethodExpr) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
if (Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName) {
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->LongestObjCSelectorName =
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName;
}
}
if (OpeningParen.is(TT_AttributeParen))
CurrentToken->setType(TT_AttributeParen);
if (OpeningParen.is(TT_TypeDeclarationParen))
CurrentToken->setType(TT_TypeDeclarationParen);
if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_JavaAnnotation)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_JavaAnnotation);
}
if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation);
}
if (OpeningParen.Previous &&
OpeningParen.Previous->is(TT_AttributeSquare)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_AttributeSquare);
}
if (!HasMultipleLines)
OpeningParen.setPackingKind(PPK_Inconclusive);
else if (HasMultipleParametersOnALine)
OpeningParen.setPackingKind(PPK_BinPacked);
else
OpeningParen.setPackingKind(PPK_OnePerLine);
next();
return true;
}
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::r_square, tok::r_brace))
return false;
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::l_brace) && OpeningParen.is(TT_ObjCBlockLParen))
OpeningParen.setType(TT_Unknown);
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma) && CurrentToken->Next &&
!CurrentToken->Next->HasUnescapedNewline &&
!CurrentToken->Next->isTrailingComment()) {
HasMultipleParametersOnALine = true;
}
bool ProbablyFunctionTypeLParen =
(CurrentToken->is(tok::l_paren) && CurrentToken->Next &&
CurrentToken->Next->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::caret));
if ((CurrentToken->Previous->isOneOf(tok::kw_const, tok::kw_auto) ||
CurrentToken->Previous->isSimpleTypeSpecifier()) &&
!(CurrentToken->is(tok::l_brace) ||
(CurrentToken->is(tok::l_paren) && !ProbablyFunctionTypeLParen))) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
}
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::semi, tok::colon)) {
MightBeObjCForRangeLoop = false;
if (PossibleObjCForInToken) {
PossibleObjCForInToken->setType(TT_Unknown);
PossibleObjCForInToken = nullptr;
}
}
if (MightBeObjCForRangeLoop && CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_in)) {
PossibleObjCForInToken = CurrentToken;
PossibleObjCForInToken->setType(TT_ObjCForIn);
}
// When we discover a 'new', we set CanBeExpression to 'false' in order to
// parse the type correctly. Reset that after a comma.
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma))
Contexts.back().CanBeExpression = true;
FormatToken *Tok = CurrentToken;
if (!consumeToken())
return false;
updateParameterCount(&OpeningParen, Tok);
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->HasUnescapedNewline)
HasMultipleLines = true;
}
return false;
}
bool isCSharpAttributeSpecifier(const FormatToken &Tok) {
if (!Style.isCSharp())
return false;
// `identifier[i]` is not an attribute.
if (Tok.Previous && Tok.Previous->is(tok::identifier))
return false;
// Chains of [] in `identifier[i][j][k]` are not attributes.
if (Tok.Previous && Tok.Previous->is(tok::r_square)) {
auto *MatchingParen = Tok.Previous->MatchingParen;
if (!MatchingParen || MatchingParen->is(TT_ArraySubscriptLSquare))
return false;
}
const FormatToken *AttrTok = Tok.Next;
if (!AttrTok)
return false;
// Just an empty declaration e.g. string [].
if (AttrTok->is(tok::r_square))
return false;
// Move along the tokens inbetween the '[' and ']' e.g. [STAThread].
while (AttrTok && AttrTok->isNot(tok::r_square))
AttrTok = AttrTok->Next;
if (!AttrTok)
return false;
// Allow an attribute to be the only content of a file.
AttrTok = AttrTok->Next;
if (!AttrTok)
return true;
// Limit this to being an access modifier that follows.
if (AttrTok->isOneOf(tok::kw_public, tok::kw_private, tok::kw_protected,
tok::comment, tok::kw_class, tok::kw_static,
tok::l_square, Keywords.kw_internal)) {
return true;
}
// incase its a [XXX] retval func(....
if (AttrTok->Next &&
AttrTok->Next->startsSequence(tok::identifier, tok::l_paren)) {
return true;
}
return false;
}
bool isCpp11AttributeSpecifier(const FormatToken &Tok) {
if (!Style.isCpp() || !Tok.startsSequence(tok::l_square, tok::l_square))
return false;
// The first square bracket is part of an ObjC array literal
if (Tok.Previous && Tok.Previous->is(tok::at))
return false;
const FormatToken *AttrTok = Tok.Next->Next;
if (!AttrTok)
return false;
// C++17 '[[using ns: foo, bar(baz, blech)]]'
// We assume nobody will name an ObjC variable 'using'.
if (AttrTok->startsSequence(tok::kw_using, tok::identifier, tok::colon))
return true;
if (AttrTok->isNot(tok::identifier))
return false;
while (AttrTok && !AttrTok->startsSequence(tok::r_square, tok::r_square)) {
// ObjC message send. We assume nobody will use : in a C++11 attribute
// specifier parameter, although this is technically valid:
// [[foo(:)]].
if (AttrTok->is(tok::colon) ||
AttrTok->startsSequence(tok::identifier, tok::identifier) ||
AttrTok->startsSequence(tok::r_paren, tok::identifier)) {
return false;
}
if (AttrTok->is(tok::ellipsis))
return true;
AttrTok = AttrTok->Next;
}
return AttrTok && AttrTok->startsSequence(tok::r_square, tok::r_square);
}
bool parseSquare() {
if (!CurrentToken)
return false;
// A '[' could be an index subscript (after an identifier or after
// ')' or ']'), it could be the start of an Objective-C method
// expression, it could the start of an Objective-C array literal,
// or it could be a C++ attribute specifier [[foo::bar]].
FormatToken *Left = CurrentToken->Previous;
Left->ParentBracket = Contexts.back().ContextKind;
FormatToken *Parent = Left->getPreviousNonComment();
// Cases where '>' is followed by '['.
// In C++, this can happen either in array of templates (foo<int>[10])
// or when array is a nested template type (unique_ptr<type1<type2>[]>).
bool CppArrayTemplates =
Style.isCpp() && Parent && Parent->is(TT_TemplateCloser) &&
(Contexts.back().CanBeExpression || Contexts.back().IsExpression ||
Contexts.back().ContextType == Context::TemplateArgument);
bool IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier = isCpp11AttributeSpecifier(*Left) ||
Contexts.back().InCpp11AttributeSpecifier;
// Treat C# Attributes [STAThread] much like C++ attributes [[...]].
bool IsCSharpAttributeSpecifier =
isCSharpAttributeSpecifier(*Left) ||
Contexts.back().InCSharpAttributeSpecifier;
bool InsideInlineASM = Line.startsWith(tok::kw_asm);
bool IsCppStructuredBinding = Left->isCppStructuredBinding(Style);
bool StartsObjCMethodExpr =
!IsCppStructuredBinding && !InsideInlineASM && !CppArrayTemplates &&
Style.isCpp() && !IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier &&
!IsCSharpAttributeSpecifier && Contexts.back().CanBeExpression &&
Left->isNot(TT_LambdaLSquare) &&
!CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::l_brace, tok::r_square) &&
(!Parent ||
Parent->isOneOf(tok::colon, tok::l_square, tok::l_paren,
tok::kw_return, tok::kw_throw) ||
Parent->isUnaryOperator() ||
// FIXME(bug 36976): ObjC return types shouldn't use TT_CastRParen.
Parent->isOneOf(TT_ObjCForIn, TT_CastRParen) ||
(getBinOpPrecedence(Parent->Tok.getKind(), true, true) >
prec::Unknown));
bool ColonFound = false;
unsigned BindingIncrease = 1;
if (IsCppStructuredBinding) {
Left->setType(TT_StructuredBindingLSquare);
} else if (Left->is(TT_Unknown)) {
if (StartsObjCMethodExpr) {
Left->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
} else if (InsideInlineASM) {
Left->setType(TT_InlineASMSymbolicNameLSquare);
} else if (IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier) {
Left->setType(TT_AttributeSquare);
} else if (Style.isJavaScript() && Parent &&
Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_brace &&
Parent->isOneOf(tok::l_brace, tok::comma)) {
Left->setType(TT_JsComputedPropertyName);
} else if (Style.isCpp() && Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_brace &&
Parent && Parent->isOneOf(tok::l_brace, tok::comma)) {
Left->setType(TT_DesignatedInitializerLSquare);
} else if (IsCSharpAttributeSpecifier) {
Left->setType(TT_AttributeSquare);
} else if (CurrentToken->is(tok::r_square) && Parent &&
Parent->is(TT_TemplateCloser)) {
Left->setType(TT_ArraySubscriptLSquare);
} else if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto) {
// Square braces in LK_Proto can either be message field attributes:
//
// optional Aaa aaa = 1 [
// (aaa) = aaa
// ];
//
// extensions 123 [
// (aaa) = aaa
// ];
//
// or text proto extensions (in options):
//
// option (Aaa.options) = {
// [type.type/type] {
// key: value
// }
// }
//
// or repeated fields (in options):
//
// option (Aaa.options) = {
// keys: [ 1, 2, 3 ]
// }
//
// In the first and the third case we want to spread the contents inside
// the square braces; in the second we want to keep them inline.
Left->setType(TT_ArrayInitializerLSquare);
if (!Left->endsSequence(tok::l_square, tok::numeric_constant,
tok::equal) &&
!Left->endsSequence(tok::l_square, tok::numeric_constant,
tok::identifier) &&
!Left->endsSequence(tok::l_square, tok::colon, TT_SelectorName)) {
Left->setType(TT_ProtoExtensionLSquare);
BindingIncrease = 10;
}
} else if (!CppArrayTemplates && Parent &&
Parent->isOneOf(TT_BinaryOperator, TT_TemplateCloser, tok::at,
tok::comma, tok::l_paren, tok::l_square,
tok::question, tok::colon, tok::kw_return,
// Should only be relevant to JavaScript:
tok::kw_default)) {
Left->setType(TT_ArrayInitializerLSquare);
} else {
BindingIncrease = 10;
Left->setType(TT_ArraySubscriptLSquare);
}
}
ScopedContextCreator ContextCreator(*this, tok::l_square, BindingIncrease);
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
if (Style.isJavaScript() && Parent && Parent->is(TT_JsTypeColon))
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
Contexts.back().ColonIsObjCMethodExpr = StartsObjCMethodExpr;
Contexts.back().InCpp11AttributeSpecifier = IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier;
Contexts.back().InCSharpAttributeSpecifier = IsCSharpAttributeSpecifier;
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::r_square)) {
if (IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier)
CurrentToken->setType(TT_AttributeSquare);
if (IsCSharpAttributeSpecifier) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_AttributeSquare);
} else if (((CurrentToken->Next &&
CurrentToken->Next->is(tok::l_paren)) ||
(CurrentToken->Previous &&
CurrentToken->Previous->Previous == Left)) &&
Left->is(TT_ObjCMethodExpr)) {
// An ObjC method call is rarely followed by an open parenthesis. It
// also can't be composed of just one token, unless it's a macro that
// will be expanded to more tokens.
// FIXME: Do we incorrectly label ":" with this?
StartsObjCMethodExpr = false;
Left->setType(TT_Unknown);
}
if (StartsObjCMethodExpr && CurrentToken->Previous != Left) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
// If we haven't seen a colon yet, make sure the last identifier
// before the r_square is tagged as a selector name component.
if (!ColonFound && CurrentToken->Previous &&
CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_Unknown) &&
canBeObjCSelectorComponent(*CurrentToken->Previous)) {
CurrentToken->Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
// determineStarAmpUsage() thinks that '*' '[' is allocating an
// array of pointers, but if '[' starts a selector then '*' is a
// binary operator.
if (Parent && Parent->is(TT_PointerOrReference))
Parent->overwriteFixedType(TT_BinaryOperator);
}
// An arrow after an ObjC method expression is not a lambda arrow.
if (CurrentToken->getType() == TT_ObjCMethodExpr &&
CurrentToken->Next && CurrentToken->Next->is(TT_LambdaArrow)) {
CurrentToken->Next->overwriteFixedType(TT_Unknown);
}
Left->MatchingParen = CurrentToken;
CurrentToken->MatchingParen = Left;
// FirstObjCSelectorName is set when a colon is found. This does
// not work, however, when the method has no parameters.
// Here, we set FirstObjCSelectorName when the end of the method call is
// reached, in case it was not set already.
if (!Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName) {
FormatToken *Previous = CurrentToken->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Previous && Previous->is(TT_SelectorName)) {
Previous->ObjCSelectorNameParts = 1;
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName = Previous;
}
} else {
Left->ParameterCount =
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->ObjCSelectorNameParts;
}
if (Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName) {
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->LongestObjCSelectorName =
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName;
if (Left->BlockParameterCount > 1)
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->LongestObjCSelectorName = 0;
}
next();
return true;
}
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::r_brace))
return false;
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::colon)) {
if (IsCpp11AttributeSpecifier &&
CurrentToken->endsSequence(tok::colon, tok::identifier,
tok::kw_using)) {
// Remember that this is a [[using ns: foo]] C++ attribute, so we
// don't add a space before the colon (unlike other colons).
CurrentToken->setType(TT_AttributeColon);
} else if (Left->isOneOf(TT_ArraySubscriptLSquare,
TT_DesignatedInitializerLSquare)) {
Left->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
StartsObjCMethodExpr = true;
Contexts.back().ColonIsObjCMethodExpr = true;
if (Parent && Parent->is(tok::r_paren)) {
// FIXME(bug 36976): ObjC return types shouldn't use TT_CastRParen.
Parent->setType(TT_CastRParen);
}
}
ColonFound = true;
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma) && Left->is(TT_ObjCMethodExpr) &&
!ColonFound) {
Left->setType(TT_ArrayInitializerLSquare);
}
FormatToken *Tok = CurrentToken;
if (!consumeToken())
return false;
updateParameterCount(Left, Tok);
}
return false;
}
bool couldBeInStructArrayInitializer() const {
if (Contexts.size() < 2)
return false;
// We want to back up no more then 2 context levels i.e.
// . { { <-
const auto End = std::next(Contexts.rbegin(), 2);
auto Last = Contexts.rbegin();
unsigned Depth = 0;
for (; Last != End; ++Last)
if (Last->ContextKind == tok::l_brace)
++Depth;
return Depth == 2 && Last->ContextKind != tok::l_brace;
}
bool parseBrace() {
if (!CurrentToken)
return true;
assert(CurrentToken->Previous);
FormatToken &OpeningBrace = *CurrentToken->Previous;
assert(OpeningBrace.is(tok::l_brace));
OpeningBrace.ParentBracket = Contexts.back().ContextKind;
if (Contexts.back().CaretFound)
OpeningBrace.overwriteFixedType(TT_ObjCBlockLBrace);
Contexts.back().CaretFound = false;
ScopedContextCreator ContextCreator(*this, tok::l_brace, 1);
Contexts.back().ColonIsDictLiteral = true;
if (OpeningBrace.is(BK_BracedInit))
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
if (Style.isJavaScript() && OpeningBrace.Previous &&
OpeningBrace.Previous->is(TT_JsTypeColon)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
}
unsigned CommaCount = 0;
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::r_brace)) {
assert(OpeningBrace.Optional == CurrentToken->Optional);
OpeningBrace.MatchingParen = CurrentToken;
CurrentToken->MatchingParen = &OpeningBrace;
if (Style.AlignArrayOfStructures != FormatStyle::AIAS_None) {
if (OpeningBrace.ParentBracket == tok::l_brace &&
couldBeInStructArrayInitializer() && CommaCount > 0) {
Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::StructArrayInitializer;
}
}
next();
return true;
}
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::r_square))
return false;
updateParameterCount(&OpeningBrace, CurrentToken);
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::colon, tok::l_brace, tok::less)) {
FormatToken *Previous = CurrentToken->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Previous->is(TT_JsTypeOptionalQuestion))
Previous = Previous->getPreviousNonComment();
if ((CurrentToken->is(tok::colon) &&
(!Contexts.back().ColonIsDictLiteral || !Style.isCpp())) ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto) {
OpeningBrace.setType(TT_DictLiteral);
if (Previous->Tok.getIdentifierInfo() ||
Previous->is(tok::string_literal)) {
Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::colon) && OpeningBrace.is(TT_Unknown))
OpeningBrace.setType(TT_DictLiteral);
else if (Style.isJavaScript())
OpeningBrace.overwriteFixedType(TT_DictLiteral);
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma)) {
if (Style.isJavaScript())
OpeningBrace.overwriteFixedType(TT_DictLiteral);
++CommaCount;
}
if (!consumeToken())
return false;
}
return true;
}
void updateParameterCount(FormatToken *Left, FormatToken *Current) {
// For ObjC methods, the number of parameters is calculated differently as
// method declarations have a different structure (the parameters are not
// inside a bracket scope).
if (Current->is(tok::l_brace) && Current->is(BK_Block))
++Left->BlockParameterCount;
if (Current->is(tok::comma)) {
++Left->ParameterCount;
if (!Left->Role)
Left->Role.reset(new CommaSeparatedList(Style));
Left->Role->CommaFound(Current);
} else if (Left->ParameterCount == 0 && Current->isNot(tok::comment)) {
Left->ParameterCount = 1;
}
}
bool parseConditional() {
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::colon)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ConditionalExpr);
next();
return true;
}
if (!consumeToken())
return false;
}
return false;
}
bool parseTemplateDeclaration() {
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::less)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_TemplateOpener);
next();
if (!parseAngle())
return false;
if (CurrentToken)
CurrentToken->Previous->ClosesTemplateDeclaration = true;
return true;
}
return false;
}
bool consumeToken() {
FormatToken *Tok = CurrentToken;
next();
switch (Tok->Tok.getKind()) {
case tok::plus:
case tok::minus:
if (!Tok->Previous && Line.MustBeDeclaration)
Tok->setType(TT_ObjCMethodSpecifier);
break;
case tok::colon:
if (!Tok->Previous)
return false;
// Colons from ?: are handled in parseConditional().
if (Style.isJavaScript()) {
if (Contexts.back().ColonIsForRangeExpr || // colon in for loop
(Contexts.size() == 1 && // switch/case labels
!Line.First->isOneOf(tok::kw_enum, tok::kw_case)) ||
Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_paren || // function params
Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_square || // array type
(!Contexts.back().IsExpression &&
Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_brace) || // object type
(Contexts.size() == 1 &&
Line.MustBeDeclaration)) { // method/property declaration
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
Tok->setType(TT_JsTypeColon);
break;
}
} else if (Style.isCSharp()) {
if (Contexts.back().InCSharpAttributeSpecifier) {
Tok->setType(TT_AttributeColon);
break;
}
if (Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_paren) {
Tok->setType(TT_CSharpNamedArgumentColon);
break;
}
}
if (Line.First->isOneOf(Keywords.kw_module, Keywords.kw_import) ||
Line.First->startsSequence(tok::kw_export, Keywords.kw_module) ||
Line.First->startsSequence(tok::kw_export, Keywords.kw_import)) {
Tok->setType(TT_ModulePartitionColon);
} else if (Contexts.back().ColonIsDictLiteral ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto) {
Tok->setType(TT_DictLiteral);
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto) {
if (FormatToken *Previous = Tok->getPreviousNonComment())
Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
} else if (Contexts.back().ColonIsObjCMethodExpr ||
Line.startsWith(TT_ObjCMethodSpecifier)) {
Tok->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
const FormatToken *BeforePrevious = Tok->Previous->Previous;
// Ensure we tag all identifiers in method declarations as
// TT_SelectorName.
bool UnknownIdentifierInMethodDeclaration =
Line.startsWith(TT_ObjCMethodSpecifier) &&
Tok->Previous->is(tok::identifier) && Tok->Previous->is(TT_Unknown);
if (!BeforePrevious ||
// FIXME(bug 36976): ObjC return types shouldn't use TT_CastRParen.
!(BeforePrevious->is(TT_CastRParen) ||
(BeforePrevious->is(TT_ObjCMethodExpr) &&
BeforePrevious->is(tok::colon))) ||
BeforePrevious->is(tok::r_square) ||
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName == 0 ||
UnknownIdentifierInMethodDeclaration) {
Tok->Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
if (!Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName) {
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName = Tok->Previous;
} else if (Tok->Previous->ColumnWidth >
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName) {
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName =
Tok->Previous->ColumnWidth;
}
Tok->Previous->ParameterIndex =
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->ObjCSelectorNameParts;
++Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->ObjCSelectorNameParts;
}
} else if (Contexts.back().ColonIsForRangeExpr) {
Tok->setType(TT_RangeBasedForLoopColon);
} else if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::numeric_constant)) {
Tok->setType(TT_BitFieldColon);
} else if (Contexts.size() == 1 &&
!Line.First->isOneOf(tok::kw_enum, tok::kw_case,
tok::kw_default)) {
FormatToken *Prev = Tok->getPreviousNonComment();
if (!Prev)
break;
if (Prev->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::kw_noexcept)) {
Tok->setType(TT_CtorInitializerColon);
} else if (Prev->is(tok::kw_try)) {
// Member initializer list within function try block.
FormatToken *PrevPrev = Prev->getPreviousNonComment();
if (!PrevPrev)
break;
if (PrevPrev && PrevPrev->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::kw_noexcept))
Tok->setType(TT_CtorInitializerColon);
} else {
Tok->setType(TT_InheritanceColon);
}
} else if (canBeObjCSelectorComponent(*Tok->Previous) && Tok->Next &&
(Tok->Next->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::comma) ||
(canBeObjCSelectorComponent(*Tok->Next) && Tok->Next->Next &&
Tok->Next->Next->is(tok::colon)))) {
// This handles a special macro in ObjC code where selectors including
// the colon are passed as macro arguments.
Tok->setType(TT_ObjCMethodExpr);
} else if (Contexts.back().ContextKind == tok::l_paren) {
Tok->setType(TT_InlineASMColon);
}
break;
case tok::pipe:
case tok::amp:
// | and & in declarations/type expressions represent union and
// intersection types, respectively.
if (Style.isJavaScript() && !Contexts.back().IsExpression)
Tok->setType(TT_JsTypeOperator);
break;
case tok::kw_if:
if (CurrentToken &&
CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::kw_constexpr, tok::identifier)) {
next();
}
LLVM_FALLTHROUGH;
case tok::kw_while:
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::l_paren)) {
next();
if (!parseParens(/*LookForDecls=*/true))
return false;
}
break;
case tok::kw_for:
if (Style.isJavaScript()) {
// x.for and {for: ...}
if ((Tok->Previous && Tok->Previous->is(tok::period)) ||
(Tok->Next && Tok->Next->is(tok::colon))) {
break;
}
// JS' for await ( ...
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_await))
next();
}
if (Style.isCpp() && CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::kw_co_await))
next();
Contexts.back().ColonIsForRangeExpr = true;
if (!CurrentToken || CurrentToken->isNot(tok::l_paren))
return false;
next();
if (!parseParens())
return false;
break;
case tok::l_paren:
// When faced with 'operator()()', the kw_operator handler incorrectly
// marks the first l_paren as a OverloadedOperatorLParen. Here, we make
// the first two parens OverloadedOperators and the second l_paren an
// OverloadedOperatorLParen.
if (Tok->Previous && Tok->Previous->is(tok::r_paren) &&
Tok->Previous->MatchingParen &&
Tok->Previous->MatchingParen->is(TT_OverloadedOperatorLParen)) {
Tok->Previous->setType(TT_OverloadedOperator);
Tok->Previous->MatchingParen->setType(TT_OverloadedOperator);
Tok->setType(TT_OverloadedOperatorLParen);
}
if (!parseParens())
return false;
if (Line.MustBeDeclaration && Contexts.size() == 1 &&
!Contexts.back().IsExpression && !Line.startsWith(TT_ObjCProperty) &&
!Tok->isOneOf(TT_TypeDeclarationParen, TT_RequiresExpressionLParen) &&
(!Tok->Previous ||
!Tok->Previous->isOneOf(tok::kw___attribute,
TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation))) {
Line.MightBeFunctionDecl = true;
}
break;
case tok::l_square:
if (!parseSquare())
return false;
break;
case tok::l_brace:
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto) {
FormatToken *Previous = Tok->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Previous && Previous->getType() != TT_DictLiteral)
Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
if (!parseBrace())
return false;
break;
case tok::less:
if (parseAngle()) {
Tok->setType(TT_TemplateOpener);
// In TT_Proto, we must distignuish between:
// map<key, value>
// msg < item: data >
// msg: < item: data >
// In TT_TextProto, map<key, value> does not occur.
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto ||
(Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto && Tok->Previous &&
Tok->Previous->isOneOf(TT_SelectorName, TT_DictLiteral))) {
Tok->setType(TT_DictLiteral);
FormatToken *Previous = Tok->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Previous && Previous->getType() != TT_DictLiteral)
Previous->setType(TT_SelectorName);
}
} else {
Tok->setType(TT_BinaryOperator);
NonTemplateLess.insert(Tok);
CurrentToken = Tok;
next();
}
break;
case tok::r_paren:
case tok::r_square:
return false;
case tok::r_brace:
// Lines can start with '}'.
if (Tok->Previous)
return false;
break;
case tok::greater:
if (Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_TextProto)
Tok->setType(TT_BinaryOperator);
if (Tok->Previous && Tok->Previous->is(TT_TemplateCloser))
Tok->SpacesRequiredBefore = 1;
break;
case tok::kw_operator:
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_TextProto ||
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto) {
break;
}
while (CurrentToken &&
!CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::l_paren, tok::semi, tok::r_paren)) {
if (CurrentToken->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp))
CurrentToken->setType(TT_PointerOrReference);
consumeToken();
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::comma) &&
CurrentToken->Previous->isNot(tok::kw_operator)) {
break;
}
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->Previous->isOneOf(
TT_BinaryOperator, TT_UnaryOperator, tok::comma,
tok::star, tok::arrow, tok::amp, tok::ampamp)) {
CurrentToken->Previous->setType(TT_OverloadedOperator);
}
}
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::l_paren))
CurrentToken->setType(TT_OverloadedOperatorLParen);
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_BinaryOperator))
CurrentToken->Previous->setType(TT_OverloadedOperator);
break;
case tok::question:
if (Style.isJavaScript() && Tok->Next &&
Tok->Next->isOneOf(tok::semi, tok::comma, tok::colon, tok::r_paren,
tok::r_brace)) {
// Question marks before semicolons, colons, etc. indicate optional
// types (fields, parameters), e.g.
// function(x?: string, y?) {...}
// class X { y?; }
Tok->setType(TT_JsTypeOptionalQuestion);
break;
}
// Declarations cannot be conditional expressions, this can only be part
// of a type declaration.
if (Line.MustBeDeclaration && !Contexts.back().IsExpression &&
Style.isJavaScript()) {
break;
}
if (Style.isCSharp()) {
// `Type?)`, `Type?>`, `Type? name;` and `Type? name =` can only be
// nullable types.
// Line.MustBeDeclaration will be true for `Type? name;`.
if ((!Contexts.back().IsExpression && Line.MustBeDeclaration) ||
(Tok->Next && Tok->Next->isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::greater)) ||
(Tok->Next && Tok->Next->is(tok::identifier) && Tok->Next->Next &&
Tok->Next->Next->is(tok::equal))) {
Tok->setType(TT_CSharpNullable);
break;
}
}
parseConditional();
break;
case tok::kw_template:
parseTemplateDeclaration();
break;
case tok::comma:
switch (Contexts.back().ContextType) {
case Context::CtorInitializer:
Tok->setType(TT_CtorInitializerComma);
break;
case Context::InheritanceList:
Tok->setType(TT_InheritanceComma);
break;
default:
if (Contexts.back().FirstStartOfName &&
(Contexts.size() == 1 || startsWithInitStatement(Line))) {
Contexts.back().FirstStartOfName->PartOfMultiVariableDeclStmt = true;
Line.IsMultiVariableDeclStmt = true;
}
break;
}
if (Contexts.back().ContextType == Context::ForEachMacro)
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
break;
case tok::identifier:
if (Tok->isOneOf(Keywords.kw___has_include,
Keywords.kw___has_include_next)) {
parseHasInclude();
}
if (Style.isCSharp() && Tok->is(Keywords.kw_where) && Tok->Next &&
Tok->Next->isNot(tok::l_paren)) {
Tok->setType(TT_CSharpGenericTypeConstraint);
parseCSharpGenericTypeConstraint();
}
break;
case tok::arrow:
if (Tok->isNot(TT_LambdaArrow) && Tok->Previous &&
Tok->Previous->is(tok::kw_noexcept)) {
Tok->setType(TT_TrailingReturnArrow);
}
break;
default:
break;
}
return true;
}
void parseCSharpGenericTypeConstraint() {
int OpenAngleBracketsCount = 0;
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::less)) {
// parseAngle is too greedy and will consume the whole line.
CurrentToken->setType(TT_TemplateOpener);
++OpenAngleBracketsCount;
next();
} else if (CurrentToken->is(tok::greater)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_TemplateCloser);
--OpenAngleBracketsCount;
next();
} else if (CurrentToken->is(tok::comma) && OpenAngleBracketsCount == 0) {
// We allow line breaks after GenericTypeConstraintComma's
// so do not flag commas in Generics as GenericTypeConstraintComma's.
CurrentToken->setType(TT_CSharpGenericTypeConstraintComma);
next();
} else if (CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_where)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_CSharpGenericTypeConstraint);
next();
} else if (CurrentToken->is(tok::colon)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_CSharpGenericTypeConstraintColon);
next();
} else {
next();
}
}
}
void parseIncludeDirective() {
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::less)) {
next();
while (CurrentToken) {
// Mark tokens up to the trailing line comments as implicit string
// literals.
if (CurrentToken->isNot(tok::comment) &&
!CurrentToken->TokenText.startswith("//")) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ImplicitStringLiteral);
}
next();
}
}
}
void parseWarningOrError() {
next();
// We still want to format the whitespace left of the first token of the
// warning or error.
next();
while (CurrentToken) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ImplicitStringLiteral);
next();
}
}
void parsePragma() {
next(); // Consume "pragma".
if (CurrentToken &&
CurrentToken->isOneOf(Keywords.kw_mark, Keywords.kw_option,
Keywords.kw_region)) {
bool IsMark = CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_mark);
next();
next(); // Consume first token (so we fix leading whitespace).
while (CurrentToken) {
if (IsMark || CurrentToken->Previous->is(TT_BinaryOperator))
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ImplicitStringLiteral);
next();
}
}
}
void parseHasInclude() {
if (!CurrentToken || !CurrentToken->is(tok::l_paren))
return;
next(); // '('
parseIncludeDirective();
next(); // ')'
}
LineType parsePreprocessorDirective() {
bool IsFirstToken = CurrentToken->IsFirst;
LineType Type = LT_PreprocessorDirective;
next();
if (!CurrentToken)
return Type;
if (Style.isJavaScript() && IsFirstToken) {
// JavaScript files can contain shebang lines of the form:
// #!/usr/bin/env node
// Treat these like C++ #include directives.
while (CurrentToken) {
// Tokens cannot be comments here.
CurrentToken->setType(TT_ImplicitStringLiteral);
next();
}
return LT_ImportStatement;
}
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::numeric_constant)) {
CurrentToken->SpacesRequiredBefore = 1;
return Type;
}
// Hashes in the middle of a line can lead to any strange token
// sequence.
if (!CurrentToken->Tok.getIdentifierInfo())
return Type;
// In Verilog macro expansions start with a backtick just like preprocessor
// directives. Thus we stop if the word is not a preprocessor directive.
if (Style.isVerilog() && !Keywords.isVerilogPPDirective(*CurrentToken))
return LT_Invalid;
switch (CurrentToken->Tok.getIdentifierInfo()->getPPKeywordID()) {
case tok::pp_include:
case tok::pp_include_next:
case tok::pp_import:
next();
parseIncludeDirective();
Type = LT_ImportStatement;
break;
case tok::pp_error:
case tok::pp_warning:
parseWarningOrError();
break;
case tok::pp_pragma:
parsePragma();
break;
case tok::pp_if:
case tok::pp_elif:
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
next();
parseLine();
break;
default:
break;
}
while (CurrentToken) {
FormatToken *Tok = CurrentToken;
next();
if (Tok->is(tok::l_paren)) {
parseParens();
} else if (Tok->isOneOf(Keywords.kw___has_include,
Keywords.kw___has_include_next)) {
parseHasInclude();
}
}
return Type;
}
public:
LineType parseLine() {
if (!CurrentToken)
return LT_Invalid;
NonTemplateLess.clear();
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::hash)) {
// We were not yet allowed to use C++17 optional when this was being
// written. So we used LT_Invalid to mark that the line is not a
// preprocessor directive.
auto Type = parsePreprocessorDirective();
if (Type != LT_Invalid)
return Type;
}
// Directly allow to 'import <string-literal>' to support protocol buffer
// definitions (github.com/google/protobuf) or missing "#" (either way we
// should not break the line).
IdentifierInfo *Info = CurrentToken->Tok.getIdentifierInfo();
if ((Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java &&
CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_package)) ||
(Info && Info->getPPKeywordID() == tok::pp_import &&
CurrentToken->Next &&
CurrentToken->Next->isOneOf(tok::string_literal, tok::identifier,
tok::kw_static))) {
next();
parseIncludeDirective();
return LT_ImportStatement;
}
// If this line starts and ends in '<' and '>', respectively, it is likely
// part of "#define <a/b.h>".
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::less) && Line.Last->is(tok::greater)) {
parseIncludeDirective();
return LT_ImportStatement;
}
// In .proto files, top-level options and package statements are very
// similar to import statements and should not be line-wrapped.
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Proto && Line.Level == 0 &&
CurrentToken->isOneOf(Keywords.kw_option, Keywords.kw_package)) {
next();
if (CurrentToken && CurrentToken->is(tok::identifier)) {
while (CurrentToken)
next();
return LT_ImportStatement;
}
}
bool KeywordVirtualFound = false;
bool ImportStatement = false;
// import {...} from '...';
if (Style.isJavaScript() && CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_import))
ImportStatement = true;
while (CurrentToken) {
if (CurrentToken->is(tok::kw_virtual))
KeywordVirtualFound = true;
if (Style.isJavaScript()) {
// export {...} from '...';
// An export followed by "from 'some string';" is a re-export from
// another module identified by a URI and is treated as a
// LT_ImportStatement (i.e. prevent wraps on it for long URIs).
// Just "export {...};" or "export class ..." should not be treated as
// an import in this sense.
if (Line.First->is(tok::kw_export) &&
CurrentToken->is(Keywords.kw_from) && CurrentToken->Next &&
CurrentToken->Next->isStringLiteral()) {
ImportStatement = true;
}
if (isClosureImportStatement(*CurrentToken))
ImportStatement = true;
}
if (!consumeToken())
return LT_Invalid;
}
if (KeywordVirtualFound)
return LT_VirtualFunctionDecl;
if (ImportStatement)
return LT_ImportStatement;
if (Line.startsWith(TT_ObjCMethodSpecifier)) {
if (Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName) {
Contexts.back().FirstObjCSelectorName->LongestObjCSelectorName =
Contexts.back().LongestObjCSelectorName;
}
return LT_ObjCMethodDecl;
}
for (const auto &ctx : Contexts)
if (ctx.ContextType == Context::StructArrayInitializer)
return LT_ArrayOfStructInitializer;
return LT_Other;
}
private:
bool isClosureImportStatement(const FormatToken &Tok) {
// FIXME: Closure-library specific stuff should not be hard-coded but be
// configurable.
return Tok.TokenText == "goog" && Tok.Next && Tok.Next->is(tok::period) &&
Tok.Next->Next &&
(Tok.Next->Next->TokenText == "module" ||
Tok.Next->Next->TokenText == "provide" ||
Tok.Next->Next->TokenText == "require" ||
Tok.Next->Next->TokenText == "requireType" ||
Tok.Next->Next->TokenText == "forwardDeclare") &&
Tok.Next->Next->Next && Tok.Next->Next->Next->is(tok::l_paren);
}
void resetTokenMetadata() {
if (!CurrentToken)
return;
// Reset token type in case we have already looked at it and then
// recovered from an error (e.g. failure to find the matching >).
if (!CurrentToken->isTypeFinalized() &&
!CurrentToken->isOneOf(
TT_LambdaLSquare, TT_LambdaLBrace, TT_AttributeMacro, TT_IfMacro,
TT_ForEachMacro, TT_TypenameMacro, TT_FunctionLBrace,
TT_ImplicitStringLiteral, TT_InlineASMBrace, TT_FatArrow,
TT_LambdaArrow, TT_NamespaceMacro, TT_OverloadedOperator,
TT_RegexLiteral, TT_TemplateString, TT_ObjCStringLiteral,
TT_UntouchableMacroFunc, TT_StatementAttributeLikeMacro,
TT_FunctionLikeOrFreestandingMacro, TT_ClassLBrace, TT_EnumLBrace,
TT_RecordLBrace, TT_StructLBrace, TT_UnionLBrace, TT_RequiresClause,
TT_RequiresClauseInARequiresExpression, TT_RequiresExpression,
TT_RequiresExpressionLParen, TT_RequiresExpressionLBrace,
TT_CompoundRequirementLBrace, TT_BracedListLBrace)) {
CurrentToken->setType(TT_Unknown);
}
CurrentToken->Role.reset();
CurrentToken->MatchingParen = nullptr;
CurrentToken->FakeLParens.clear();
CurrentToken->FakeRParens = 0;
}
void next() {
if (!CurrentToken)
return;
CurrentToken->NestingLevel = Contexts.size() - 1;
CurrentToken->BindingStrength = Contexts.back().BindingStrength;
modifyContext(*CurrentToken);
determineTokenType(*CurrentToken);
CurrentToken = CurrentToken->Next;
resetTokenMetadata();
}
/// A struct to hold information valid in a specific context, e.g.
/// a pair of parenthesis.
struct Context {
Context(tok::TokenKind ContextKind, unsigned BindingStrength,
bool IsExpression)
: ContextKind(ContextKind), BindingStrength(BindingStrength),
IsExpression(IsExpression) {}
tok::TokenKind ContextKind;
unsigned BindingStrength;
bool IsExpression;
unsigned LongestObjCSelectorName = 0;
bool ColonIsForRangeExpr = false;
bool ColonIsDictLiteral = false;
bool ColonIsObjCMethodExpr = false;
FormatToken *FirstObjCSelectorName = nullptr;
FormatToken *FirstStartOfName = nullptr;
bool CanBeExpression = true;
bool CaretFound = false;
bool InCpp11AttributeSpecifier = false;
bool InCSharpAttributeSpecifier = false;
enum {
Unknown,
// Like the part after `:` in a constructor.
// Context(...) : IsExpression(IsExpression)
CtorInitializer,
// Like in the parentheses in a foreach.
ForEachMacro,
// Like the inheritance list in a class declaration.
// class Input : public IO
InheritanceList,
// Like in the braced list.
// int x[] = {};
StructArrayInitializer,
// Like in `static_cast<int>`.
TemplateArgument,
} ContextType = Unknown;
};
/// Puts a new \c Context onto the stack \c Contexts for the lifetime
/// of each instance.
struct ScopedContextCreator {
AnnotatingParser &P;
ScopedContextCreator(AnnotatingParser &P, tok::TokenKind ContextKind,
unsigned Increase)
: P(P) {
P.Contexts.push_back(Context(ContextKind,
P.Contexts.back().BindingStrength + Increase,
P.Contexts.back().IsExpression));
}
~ScopedContextCreator() {
if (P.Style.AlignArrayOfStructures != FormatStyle::AIAS_None) {
if (P.Contexts.back().ContextType == Context::StructArrayInitializer) {
P.Contexts.pop_back();
P.Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::StructArrayInitializer;
return;
}
}
P.Contexts.pop_back();
}
};
void modifyContext(const FormatToken &Current) {
auto AssignmentStartsExpression = [&]() {
if (Current.getPrecedence() != prec::Assignment)
return false;
if (Line.First->isOneOf(tok::kw_using, tok::kw_return))
return false;
if (Line.First->is(tok::kw_template)) {
assert(Current.Previous);
if (Current.Previous->is(tok::kw_operator)) {
// `template ... operator=` cannot be an expression.
return false;
}
// `template` keyword can start a variable template.
const FormatToken *Tok = Line.First->getNextNonComment();
assert(Tok); // Current token is on the same line.
if (Tok->isNot(TT_TemplateOpener)) {
// Explicit template instantiations do not have `<>`.
return false;
}
Tok = Tok->MatchingParen;
if (!Tok)
return false;
Tok = Tok->getNextNonComment();
if (!Tok)
return false;
if (Tok->isOneOf(tok::kw_class, tok::kw_enum, tok::kw_concept,
tok::kw_struct, tok::kw_using)) {
return false;
}
return true;
}
// Type aliases use `type X = ...;` in TypeScript and can be exported
// using `export type ...`.
if (Style.isJavaScript() &&
(Line.startsWith(Keywords.kw_type, tok::identifier) ||
Line.startsWith(tok::kw_export, Keywords.kw_type,
tok::identifier))) {
return false;
}
return !Current.Previous || Current.Previous->isNot(tok::kw_operator);
};
if (AssignmentStartsExpression()) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
if (!Line.startsWith(TT_UnaryOperator)) {
for (FormatToken *Previous = Current.Previous;
Previous && Previous->Previous &&
!Previous->Previous->isOneOf(tok::comma, tok::semi);
Previous = Previous->Previous) {
if (Previous->isOneOf(tok::r_square, tok::r_paren)) {
Previous = Previous->MatchingParen;
if (!Previous)
break;
}
if (Previous->opensScope())
break;
if (Previous->isOneOf(TT_BinaryOperator, TT_UnaryOperator) &&
Previous->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::ampamp) &&
Previous->Previous && Previous->Previous->isNot(tok::equal)) {
Previous->setType(TT_PointerOrReference);
}
}
}
} else if (Current.is(tok::lessless) &&
(!Current.Previous || !Current.Previous->is(tok::kw_operator))) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::kw_return, tok::kw_throw)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
} else if (Current.is(TT_TrailingReturnArrow)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
} else if (Current.is(TT_LambdaArrow) || Current.is(Keywords.kw_assert)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java;
} else if (Current.Previous &&
Current.Previous->is(TT_CtorInitializerColon)) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::CtorInitializer;
} else if (Current.Previous && Current.Previous->is(TT_InheritanceColon)) {
Contexts.back().ContextType = Context::InheritanceList;
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::r_paren, tok::greater, tok::comma)) {
for (FormatToken *Previous = Current.Previous;
Previous && Previous->isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp);
Previous = Previous->Previous) {
Previous->setType(TT_PointerOrReference);
}
if (Line.MustBeDeclaration &&
Contexts.front().ContextType != Context::CtorInitializer) {
Contexts.back().IsExpression = false;
}
} else if (Current.is(tok::kw_new)) {
Contexts.back().CanBeExpression = false;
} else if (Current.is(tok::semi) ||
(Current.is(tok::exclaim) && Current.Previous &&
!Current.Previous->is(tok::kw_operator))) {
// This should be the condition or increment in a for-loop.
// But not operator !() (can't use TT_OverloadedOperator here as its not
// been annotated yet).
Contexts.back().IsExpression = true;
}
}
static FormatToken *untilMatchingParen(FormatToken *Current) {
// Used when `MatchingParen` is not yet established.
int ParenLevel = 0;
while (Current) {
if (Current->is(tok::l_paren))
++ParenLevel;
if (Current->is(tok::r_paren))
--ParenLevel;
if (ParenLevel < 1)
break;
Current = Current->Next;
}
return Current;
}
static bool isDeductionGuide(FormatToken &Current) {
// Look for a deduction guide template<T> A(...) -> A<...>;
if (Current.Previous && Current.Previous->is(tok::r_paren) &&
Current.startsSequence(tok::arrow, tok::identifier, tok::less)) {
// Find the TemplateCloser.
FormatToken *TemplateCloser = Current.Next->Next;
int NestingLevel = 0;
while (TemplateCloser) {
// Skip over an expressions in parens A<(3 < 2)>;
if (TemplateCloser->is(tok::l_paren)) {
// No Matching Paren yet so skip to matching paren
TemplateCloser = untilMatchingParen(TemplateCloser);
if (!TemplateCloser)
break;
}
if (TemplateCloser->is(tok::less))
++NestingLevel;
if (TemplateCloser->is(tok::greater))
--NestingLevel;
if (NestingLevel < 1)
break;
TemplateCloser = TemplateCloser->Next;
}
// Assuming we have found the end of the template ensure its followed
// with a semi-colon.
if (TemplateCloser && TemplateCloser->Next &&
TemplateCloser->Next->is(tok::semi) &&
Current.Previous->MatchingParen) {
// Determine if the identifier `A` prior to the A<..>; is the same as
// prior to the A(..)
FormatToken *LeadingIdentifier =
Current.Previous->MatchingParen->Previous;
// Differentiate a deduction guide by seeing the
// > of the template prior to the leading identifier.
if (LeadingIdentifier) {
FormatToken *PriorLeadingIdentifier = LeadingIdentifier->Previous;
// Skip back past explicit decoration
if (PriorLeadingIdentifier &&
PriorLeadingIdentifier->is(tok::kw_explicit)) {
PriorLeadingIdentifier = PriorLeadingIdentifier->Previous;
}
return PriorLeadingIdentifier &&
(PriorLeadingIdentifier->is(TT_TemplateCloser) ||
PriorLeadingIdentifier->ClosesRequiresClause) &&
LeadingIdentifier->TokenText == Current.Next->TokenText;
}
}
}
return false;
}
void determineTokenType(FormatToken &Current) {
if (!Current.is(TT_Unknown)) {
// The token type is already known.
return;
}
if ((Style.isJavaScript() || Style.isCSharp()) &&
Current.is(tok::exclaim)) {
if (Current.Previous) {
bool IsIdentifier =
Style.isJavaScript()
? Keywords.IsJavaScriptIdentifier(
*Current.Previous, /* AcceptIdentifierName= */ true)
: Current.Previous->is(tok::identifier);
if (IsIdentifier ||
Current.Previous->isOneOf(
tok::kw_default, tok::kw_namespace, tok::r_paren, tok::r_square,
tok::r_brace, tok::kw_false, tok::kw_true, Keywords.kw_type,
Keywords.kw_get, Keywords.kw_init, Keywords.kw_set) ||
Current.Previous->Tok.isLiteral()) {
Current.setType(TT_NonNullAssertion);
return;
}
}
if (Current.Next &&
Current.Next->isOneOf(TT_BinaryOperator, Keywords.kw_as)) {
Current.setType(TT_NonNullAssertion);
return;
}
}
// Line.MightBeFunctionDecl can only be true after the parentheses of a
// function declaration have been found. In this case, 'Current' is a
// trailing token of this declaration and thus cannot be a name.
if (Current.is(Keywords.kw_instanceof)) {
Current.setType(TT_BinaryOperator);
} else if (isStartOfName(Current) &&
(!Line.MightBeFunctionDecl || Current.NestingLevel != 0)) {
Contexts.back().FirstStartOfName = &Current;
Current.setType(TT_StartOfName);
} else if (Current.is(tok::semi)) {
// Reset FirstStartOfName after finding a semicolon so that a for loop
// with multiple increment statements is not confused with a for loop
// having multiple variable declarations.
Contexts.back().FirstStartOfName = nullptr;
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::kw_auto, tok::kw___auto_type)) {
AutoFound = true;
} else if (Current.is(tok::arrow) &&
Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java) {
Current.setType(TT_LambdaArrow);
} else if (Current.is(tok::arrow) && AutoFound && Line.MustBeDeclaration &&
Current.NestingLevel == 0 &&
!Current.Previous->isOneOf(tok::kw_operator, tok::identifier)) {
// not auto operator->() -> xxx;
Current.setType(TT_TrailingReturnArrow);
} else if (Current.is(tok::arrow) && Current.Previous &&
Current.Previous->is(tok::r_brace)) {
// Concept implicit conversion constraint needs to be treated like
// a trailing return type ... } -> <type>.
Current.setType(TT_TrailingReturnArrow);
} else if (isDeductionGuide(Current)) {
// Deduction guides trailing arrow " A(...) -> A<T>;".
Current.setType(TT_TrailingReturnArrow);
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::star, tok::amp, tok::ampamp)) {
Current.setType(determineStarAmpUsage(
Current,
Contexts.back().CanBeExpression && Contexts.back().IsExpression,
Contexts.back().ContextType == Context::TemplateArgument));
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::minus, tok::plus, tok::caret)) {
Current.setType(determinePlusMinusCaretUsage(Current));
if (Current.is(TT_UnaryOperator) && Current.is(tok::caret))
Contexts.back().CaretFound = true;
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::minusminus, tok::plusplus)) {
Current.setType(determineIncrementUsage(Current));
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::exclaim, tok::tilde)) {
Current.setType(TT_UnaryOperator);
} else if (Current.is(tok::question)) {
if (Style.isJavaScript() && Line.MustBeDeclaration &&
!Contexts.back().IsExpression) {
// In JavaScript, `interface X { foo?(): bar; }` is an optional method
// on the interface, not a ternary expression.
Current.setType(TT_JsTypeOptionalQuestion);
} else {
Current.setType(TT_ConditionalExpr);
}
} else if (Current.isBinaryOperator() &&
(!Current.Previous || Current.Previous->isNot(tok::l_square)) &&
(!Current.is(tok::greater) &&
Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_TextProto)) {
Current.setType(TT_BinaryOperator);
} else if (Current.is(tok::comment)) {
if (Current.TokenText.startswith("/*")) {
if (Current.TokenText.endswith("*/")) {
Current.setType(TT_BlockComment);
} else {
// The lexer has for some reason determined a comment here. But we
// cannot really handle it, if it isn't properly terminated.
Current.Tok.setKind(tok::unknown);
}
} else {
Current.setType(TT_LineComment);
}
} else if (Current.is(tok::l_paren)) {
if (lParenStartsCppCast(Current))
Current.setType(TT_CppCastLParen);
} else if (Current.is(tok::r_paren)) {
if (rParenEndsCast(Current))
Current.setType(TT_CastRParen);
if (Current.MatchingParen && Current.Next &&
!Current.Next->isBinaryOperator() &&
!Current.Next->isOneOf(tok::semi, tok::colon, tok::l_brace,
tok::comma, tok::period, tok::arrow,
tok::coloncolon)) {
if (FormatToken *AfterParen = Current.MatchingParen->Next) {
// Make sure this isn't the return type of an Obj-C block declaration
if (AfterParen->isNot(tok::caret)) {
if (FormatToken *BeforeParen = Current.MatchingParen->Previous) {
if (BeforeParen->is(tok::identifier) &&
!BeforeParen->is(TT_TypenameMacro) &&
BeforeParen->TokenText == BeforeParen->TokenText.upper() &&
(!BeforeParen->Previous ||
BeforeParen->Previous->ClosesTemplateDeclaration)) {
Current.setType(TT_FunctionAnnotationRParen);
}
}
}
}
}
} else if (Current.is(tok::at) && Current.Next && !Style.isJavaScript() &&
Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_Java) {
// In Java & JavaScript, "@..." is a decorator or annotation. In ObjC, it
// marks declarations and properties that need special formatting.
switch (Current.Next->Tok.getObjCKeywordID()) {
case tok::objc_interface:
case tok::objc_implementation:
case tok::objc_protocol:
Current.setType(TT_ObjCDecl);
break;
case tok::objc_property:
Current.setType(TT_ObjCProperty);
break;
default:
break;
}
} else if (Current.is(tok::period)) {
FormatToken *PreviousNoComment = Current.getPreviousNonComment();
if (PreviousNoComment &&
PreviousNoComment->isOneOf(tok::comma, tok::l_brace)) {
Current.setType(TT_DesignatedInitializerPeriod);
} else if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java && Current.Previous &&
Current.Previous->isOneOf(TT_JavaAnnotation,
TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation)) {
Current.setType(Current.Previous->getType());
}
} else if (canBeObjCSelectorComponent(Current) &&
// FIXME(bug 36976): ObjC return types shouldn't use
// TT_CastRParen.
Current.Previous && Current.Previous->is(TT_CastRParen) &&
Current.Previous->MatchingParen &&
Current.Previous->MatchingParen->Previous &&
Current.Previous->MatchingParen->Previous->is(
TT_ObjCMethodSpecifier)) {
// This is the first part of an Objective-C selector name. (If there's no
// colon after this, this is the only place which annotates the identifier
// as a selector.)
Current.setType(TT_SelectorName);
} else if (Current.isOneOf(tok::identifier, tok::kw_const, tok::kw_noexcept,
tok::kw_requires) &&
Current.Previous &&
!Current.Previous->isOneOf(tok::equal, tok::at) &&
Line.MightBeFunctionDecl && Contexts.size() == 1) {
// Line.MightBeFunctionDecl can only be true after the parentheses of a
// function declaration have been found.
Current.setType(TT_TrailingAnnotation);
} else if ((Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java ||
Style.isJavaScript()) &&
Current.Previous) {
if (Current.Previous->is(tok::at) &&
Current.isNot(Keywords.kw_interface)) {
const FormatToken &AtToken = *Current.Previous;
const FormatToken *Previous = AtToken.getPreviousNonComment();
if (!Previous || Previous->is(TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation))
Current.setType(TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation);
else
Current.setType(TT_JavaAnnotation);
} else if (Current.Previous->is(tok::period) &&
Current.Previous->isOneOf(TT_JavaAnnotation,
TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation)) {
Current.setType(Current.Previous->getType());
}
}
}
/// Take a guess at whether \p Tok starts a name of a function or
/// variable declaration.
///
/// This is a heuristic based on whether \p Tok is an identifier following
/// something that is likely a type.
bool isStartOfName(const FormatToken &Tok) {
if (Tok.isNot(tok::identifier) || !Tok.Previous)
return false;
if (Tok.Previous->isOneOf(TT_LeadingJavaAnnotation, Keywords.kw_instanceof,
Keywords.kw_as)) {
return false;
}
if (Style.isJavaScript() && Tok.Previous->is(Keywords.kw_in))
return false;
// Skip "const" as it does not have an influence on whether this is a name.
FormatToken *PreviousNotConst = Tok.getPreviousNonComment();
// For javascript const can be like "let" or "var"
if (!Style.isJavaScript())
while (PreviousNotConst && PreviousNotConst->is(tok::kw_const))
PreviousNotConst = PreviousNotConst->getPreviousNonComment();
if (!PreviousNotConst)
return false;
if (PreviousNotConst->ClosesRequiresClause)
return false;
bool IsPPKeyword = PreviousNotConst->is(tok::identifier) &&
PreviousNotConst->Previous &&
PreviousNotConst->Previous->is(tok::hash);
if (PreviousNotConst->is(TT_TemplateCloser)) {
return PreviousNotConst && PreviousNotConst->MatchingParen &&
PreviousNotConst->MatchingParen->Previous &&
PreviousNotConst->MatchingParen->Previous->isNot(tok::period) &&
PreviousNotConst->MatchingParen->Previous->isNot(tok::kw_template);
}
if (PreviousNotConst->is(tok::r_paren) &&
PreviousNotConst->is(TT_TypeDeclarationParen)) {
return true;
}
// If is a preprocess keyword like #define.
if (IsPPKeyword)
return false;
// int a or auto a.
if (PreviousNotConst->isOneOf(tok::identifier, tok::kw_auto))
return true;
// *a or &a or &&a.
if (PreviousNotConst->is(TT_PointerOrReference))
return true;
// MyClass a;
if (PreviousNotConst->isSimpleTypeSpecifier())
return true;
// const a = in JavaScript.
return Style.isJavaScript() && PreviousNotConst->is(tok::kw_const);
}
/// Determine whether '(' is starting a C++ cast.
bool lParenStartsCppCast(const FormatToken &Tok) {
// C-style casts are only used in C++.
if (!Style.isCpp())
return false;
FormatToken *LeftOfParens = Tok.getPreviousNonComment();
if (LeftOfParens && LeftOfParens->is(TT_TemplateCloser) &&
LeftOfParens->MatchingParen) {
auto *Prev = LeftOfParens->MatchingParen->getPreviousNonComment();
if (Prev &&
Prev->isOneOf(tok::kw_const_cast, tok::kw_dynamic_cast,
tok::kw_reinterpret_cast, tok::kw_static_cast)) {
// FIXME: Maybe we should handle identifiers ending with "_cast",
// e.g. any_cast?
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
/// Determine whether ')' is ending a cast.
bool rParenEndsCast(const FormatToken &Tok) {
// C-style casts are only used in C++, C# and Java.
if (!Style.isCSharp() && !Style.isCpp() &&
Style.Language != FormatStyle::LK_Java) {
return false;
}
// Empty parens aren't casts and there are no casts at the end of the line.
if (Tok.Previous == Tok.MatchingParen || !Tok.Next || !Tok.MatchingParen)
return false;
FormatToken *LeftOfParens = Tok.MatchingParen->getPreviousNonComment();
if (LeftOfParens) {
// If there is a closing parenthesis left of the current
// parentheses, look past it as these might be chained casts.
if (LeftOfParens->is(tok::r_paren) &&
LeftOfParens->isNot(TT_CastRParen)) {
if (!LeftOfParens->MatchingParen ||
!LeftOfParens->MatchingParen->Previous) {
return false;
}
LeftOfParens = LeftOfParens->MatchingParen->Previous;
}
if (LeftOfParens->is(tok::r_square)) {
// delete[] (void *)ptr;
auto MayBeArrayDelete = [](FormatToken *Tok) -> FormatToken * {
if (Tok->isNot(tok::r_square))
return nullptr;
Tok = Tok->getPreviousNonComment();
if (!Tok || Tok->isNot(tok::l_square))
return nullptr;
Tok = Tok->getPreviousNonComment();
if (!Tok || Tok->isNot(tok::kw_delete))
return nullptr;
return Tok;
};
if (FormatToken *MaybeDelete = MayBeArrayDelete(LeftOfParens))
LeftOfParens = MaybeDelete;
}
// The Condition directly below this one will see the operator arguments
// as a (void *foo) cast.
// void operator delete(void *foo) ATTRIB;
if (LeftOfParens->Tok.getIdentifierInfo() && LeftOfParens->Previous &&
LeftOfParens->Previous->is(tok::kw_operator)) {
return false;
}
// If there is an identifier (or with a few exceptions a keyword) right
// before the parentheses, this is unlikely to be a cast.
if (LeftOfParens->Tok.getIdentifierInfo() &&
!LeftOfParens->isOneOf(Keywords.kw_in, tok::kw_return, tok::kw_case,
tok::kw_delete)) {
return false;
}
// Certain other tokens right before the parentheses are also signals that
// this cannot be a cast.
if (LeftOfParens->isOneOf(tok::at, tok::r_square, TT_OverloadedOperator,
TT_TemplateCloser, tok::ellipsis)) {
return false;
}
}
if (Tok.Next->is(tok::question))
return false;
// `foreach((A a, B b) in someList)` should not be seen as a cast.
if (Tok.Next->is(Keywords.kw_in) && Style.isCSharp())
return false;
// Functions which end with decorations like volatile, noexcept are unlikely
// to be casts.
if (Tok.Next->isOneOf(tok::kw_noexcept, tok::kw_volatile, tok::kw_const,
tok::kw_requires, tok::kw_throw, tok::arrow,
Keywords.kw_override, Keywords.kw_final) ||
isCpp11AttributeSpecifier(*Tok.Next)) {
return false;
}
// As Java has no function types, a "(" after the ")" likely means that this
// is a cast.
if (Style.Language == FormatStyle::LK_Java && Tok.Next->is(tok::l_paren))
return true;
// If a (non-string) literal follows, this is likely a cast.
if (Tok.Next->isNot(tok::string_literal) &&
(Tok.Next->Tok.isLiteral() ||
Tok.Next->isOneOf(tok::kw_sizeof, tok::kw_alignof))) {
return true;
}
// Heuristically try to determine whether the parentheses contain a type.
auto IsQualifiedPointerOrReference = [](FormatToken *T) {
// This is used to handle cases such as x = (foo *const)&y;
assert(!T->isSimpleTypeSpecifier() && "Should have already been checked");
// Strip trailing qualifiers such as const or volatile when checking
// whether the parens could be a cast to a pointer/reference type.
while (T) {
if (T->is(TT_AttributeParen)) {
// Handle `x = (foo *__attribute__((foo)))&v;`:
if (T->MatchingParen && T->MatchingParen->Previous &&
T->MatchingParen->Previous->is(tok::kw___attribute)) {
T = T->MatchingParen->Previous->Previous;
continue;
}
} else if (T->is(TT_AttributeSquare)) {
// Handle `x = (foo *[[clang::foo]])&v;`:
if (T->MatchingParen && T->MatchingParen->Previous) {
T = T->MatchingParen->Previous;
continue;
}
} else if (T->canBePointerOrReferenceQualifier()) {
T = T->Previous;
continue;
}
break;
}
return T && T->is(TT_PointerOrReference);
};
bool ParensAreType =
!Tok.Previous ||
Tok.Previous->isOneOf(TT_TemplateCloser, TT_TypeDeclarationParen) ||
Tok.Previous->isSimpleTypeSpecifier() ||
IsQualifiedPointerOrReference(Tok.Previous);
bool ParensCouldEndDecl =
Tok.Next->isOneOf(tok::equal, tok::semi, tok::l_brace, tok::greater);
if (ParensAreType && !ParensCouldEndDecl)
return true;
// At this point, we heuristically assume that there are no casts at the
// start of the line. We assume that we have found most cases where there
// are by the logic above, e.g. "(void)x;".
if (!LeftOfParens)
return false;
// Certain token types inside the parentheses mean that this can't be a
// cast.
for (const FormatToken *Token = Tok.MatchingParen->Next; Token != &Tok;
Token = Token->Next) {
if (Token->is(TT_BinaryOperator))
return false;
}
// If the following token is an identifier or 'this', this is a cast. All
// cases where this can be something else are handled above.
if (Tok.Next->isOneOf(tok::identifier, tok::kw_this))
return true;
// Look for a cast `( x ) (`.
if (Tok.Next->is(tok::l_paren) && Tok.Previous && Tok.Previous->Previous) {
if (Tok.Previous->is(tok::identifier) &&
Tok.Previous->Previous->is(tok::l_paren)) {
return true;
}
}
if (!Tok.Next->Next)
return false;
// If the next token after the parenthesis is a unary operator, assume
// that this is cast, unless there are unexpected tokens inside the
// parenthesis.
bool NextIsUnary =
Tok.Next->isUnaryOperator() || Tok.Next->isOneOf(tok::amp, tok::star);
if (!NextIsUnary || Tok.Next->is(tok::plus) ||
!Tok.Next->Next->isOneOf(tok::identifier, tok::numeric_constant)) {
return false;
}
// Search for unexpected tokens.
for (FormatToken *Prev = Tok.Previous; Prev != Tok.MatchingParen;
Prev = Prev->Previous) {
if (!Prev->isOneOf(tok::kw_const, tok::identifier, tok::coloncolon))
return false;
}
return true;
}
/// Returns true if the token is used as a unary operator.
bool determineUnaryOperatorByUsage(const FormatToken &Tok) {
const FormatToken *PrevToken = Tok.getPreviousNonComment();
if (!PrevToken)
return true;
// These keywords are deliberately not included here because they may
// precede only one of unary star/amp and plus/minus but not both. They are
// either included in determineStarAmpUsage or determinePlusMinusCaretUsage.
//
// @ - It may be followed by a unary `-` in Objective-C literals. We don't
// know how they can be followed by a star or amp.
if (PrevToken->isOneOf(
TT_ConditionalExpr, tok::l_paren, tok::comma, tok::colon, tok::semi,
tok::equal, tok::question, tok::l_square, tok::l_brace,
tok::kw_case, tok::kw_co_await, tok::kw_co_return, tok::kw_co_yield,
tok::kw_delete, tok::kw_return, tok::kw_throw)) {
return true;
}
// We put sizeof here instead of only in determineStarAmpUsage. In the cases
// where the unary `+` operator is overloaded, it is reasonable to write
// things like `sizeof +x`. Like commit 446d6ec996c6c3.
if (PrevToken->is(tok::kw_sizeof))
return true;
// A sequence of leading unary operators.
if (PrevToken->isOneOf(TT_CastRParen, TT_UnaryOperator))
return true;
// There can't be two consecutive binary operators.
if (PrevToken->is(TT_BinaryOperator))
return true;
return false;
}
/// Return the type of the given token assuming it is * or &.
TokenType determineStarAmpUsage(const FormatToken &Tok, bool IsExpression,
bool InTemplateArgument) {
if (Style.isJavaScript())
return TT_BinaryOperator;
// && in C# must be a binary operator.
if (Style.isCSharp() && Tok.is(tok::ampamp))
return TT_BinaryOperator;
const FormatToken *PrevToken = Tok.getPreviousNonComment();
if (!PrevToken)
return TT_UnaryOperator;
const FormatToken *NextToken = Tok.getNextNonComment();
if (InTemplateArgument && NextToken && NextToken->is(tok::kw_noexcept))
return TT_BinaryOperator;
if (!NextToken ||
NextToken->isOneOf(tok::arrow, tok::equal, tok::kw_noexcept) ||
NextToken->canBePointerOrReferenceQualifier() ||
(NextToken->is(tok::l_brace) && !NextToken->getNextNonComment())) {
return TT_PointerOrReference;
}
if (PrevToken->is(tok::coloncolon))
return TT_PointerOrReference;
if (PrevToken->is(tok::r_paren) && PrevToken->is(TT_TypeDeclarationParen))
return TT_PointerOrReference;
if (determineUnaryOperatorByUsage(Tok))
return TT_UnaryOperator;
if (NextToken->is(tok::l_square) && NextToken->isNot(TT_LambdaLSquare))
return TT_PointerOrReference;
if (NextToken->is(tok::kw_operator) && !IsExpression)
return TT_PointerOrReference;
if (NextToken->isOneOf(tok::comma, tok::semi))
return TT_PointerOrReference;
// After right braces, star tokens are likely to be pointers to struct,
// union, or class.
// struct {} *ptr;
if (PrevToken->is(tok::r_brace) && Tok.is(tok::star))
return TT_PointerOrReference;
// For "} &&"
if (PrevToken->is(tok::r_brace) && Tok.is(tok::ampamp)) {
const FormatToken *MatchingLBrace = PrevToken->MatchingParen;
// We check whether there is a TemplateCloser(">") to indicate it's a
// template or not. If it's not a template, "&&" is likely a reference
// operator.