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//===- FileCheck.cpp - Check that File's Contents match what is expected --===//
//
// 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
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// FileCheck does a line-by line check of a file that validates whether it
// contains the expected content. This is useful for regression tests etc.
//
// This file implements most of the API that will be used by the FileCheck utility
// as well as various unittests.
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "llvm/FileCheck/FileCheck.h"
#include "FileCheckImpl.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/STLExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringSet.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Twine.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CheckedArithmetic.h"
#include "llvm/Support/FormatVariadic.h"
#include <cstdint>
#include <list>
#include <set>
#include <tuple>
#include <utility>
using namespace llvm;
StringRef ExpressionFormat::toString() const {
switch (Value) {
case Kind::NoFormat:
return StringRef("<none>");
case Kind::Unsigned:
return StringRef("%u");
case Kind::Signed:
return StringRef("%d");
case Kind::HexUpper:
return StringRef("%X");
case Kind::HexLower:
return StringRef("%x");
}
llvm_unreachable("unknown expression format");
}
Expected<std::string> ExpressionFormat::getWildcardRegex() const {
StringRef AlternateFormPrefix = AlternateForm ? StringRef("0x") : StringRef();
auto CreatePrecisionRegex = [&](StringRef S) {
return (Twine(AlternateFormPrefix) + S + Twine('{') + Twine(Precision) +
"}")
.str();
};
switch (Value) {
case Kind::Unsigned:
if (Precision)
return CreatePrecisionRegex("([1-9][0-9]*)?[0-9]");
return std::string("[0-9]+");
case Kind::Signed:
if (Precision)
return CreatePrecisionRegex("-?([1-9][0-9]*)?[0-9]");
return std::string("-?[0-9]+");
case Kind::HexUpper:
if (Precision)
return CreatePrecisionRegex("([1-9A-F][0-9A-F]*)?[0-9A-F]");
return (Twine(AlternateFormPrefix) + Twine("[0-9A-F]+")).str();
case Kind::HexLower:
if (Precision)
return CreatePrecisionRegex("([1-9a-f][0-9a-f]*)?[0-9a-f]");
return (Twine(AlternateFormPrefix) + Twine("[0-9a-f]+")).str();
default:
return createStringError(std::errc::invalid_argument,
"trying to match value with invalid format");
}
}
Expected<std::string>
ExpressionFormat::getMatchingString(ExpressionValue IntegerValue) const {
uint64_t AbsoluteValue;
StringRef SignPrefix = IntegerValue.isNegative() ? "-" : "";
if (Value == Kind::Signed) {
Expected<int64_t> SignedValue = IntegerValue.getSignedValue();
if (!SignedValue)
return SignedValue.takeError();
if (*SignedValue < 0)
AbsoluteValue = cantFail(IntegerValue.getAbsolute().getUnsignedValue());
else
AbsoluteValue = *SignedValue;
} else {
Expected<uint64_t> UnsignedValue = IntegerValue.getUnsignedValue();
if (!UnsignedValue)
return UnsignedValue.takeError();
AbsoluteValue = *UnsignedValue;
}
std::string AbsoluteValueStr;
switch (Value) {
case Kind::Unsigned:
case Kind::Signed:
AbsoluteValueStr = utostr(AbsoluteValue);
break;
case Kind::HexUpper:
case Kind::HexLower:
AbsoluteValueStr = utohexstr(AbsoluteValue, Value == Kind::HexLower);
break;
default:
return createStringError(std::errc::invalid_argument,
"trying to match value with invalid format");
}
StringRef AlternateFormPrefix = AlternateForm ? StringRef("0x") : StringRef();
if (Precision > AbsoluteValueStr.size()) {
unsigned LeadingZeros = Precision - AbsoluteValueStr.size();
return (Twine(SignPrefix) + Twine(AlternateFormPrefix) +
std::string(LeadingZeros, '0') + AbsoluteValueStr)
.str();
}
return (Twine(SignPrefix) + Twine(AlternateFormPrefix) + AbsoluteValueStr)
.str();
}
Expected<ExpressionValue>
ExpressionFormat::valueFromStringRepr(StringRef StrVal,
const SourceMgr &SM) const {
bool ValueIsSigned = Value == Kind::Signed;
// Both the FileCheck utility and library only call this method with a valid
// value in StrVal. This is guaranteed by the regex returned by
// getWildcardRegex() above. Only underflow and overflow errors can thus
// occur. However new uses of this method could be added in the future so
// the error message does not make assumptions about StrVal.
StringRef IntegerParseErrorStr = "unable to represent numeric value";
if (ValueIsSigned) {
int64_t SignedValue;
if (StrVal.getAsInteger(10, SignedValue))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, StrVal, IntegerParseErrorStr);
return ExpressionValue(SignedValue);
}
bool Hex = Value == Kind::HexUpper || Value == Kind::HexLower;
uint64_t UnsignedValue;
bool MissingFormPrefix = AlternateForm && !StrVal.consume_front("0x");
if (StrVal.getAsInteger(Hex ? 16 : 10, UnsignedValue))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, StrVal, IntegerParseErrorStr);
// Error out for a missing prefix only now that we know we have an otherwise
// valid integer. For example, "-0x18" is reported above instead.
if (MissingFormPrefix)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, StrVal, "missing alternate form prefix");
return ExpressionValue(UnsignedValue);
}
static int64_t getAsSigned(uint64_t UnsignedValue) {
// Use memcpy to reinterpret the bitpattern in Value since casting to
// signed is implementation-defined if the unsigned value is too big to be
// represented in the signed type and using an union violates type aliasing
// rules.
int64_t SignedValue;
memcpy(&SignedValue, &UnsignedValue, sizeof(SignedValue));
return SignedValue;
}
Expected<int64_t> ExpressionValue::getSignedValue() const {
if (Negative)
return getAsSigned(Value);
if (Value > (uint64_t)std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max())
return make_error<OverflowError>();
// Value is in the representable range of int64_t so we can use cast.
return static_cast<int64_t>(Value);
}
Expected<uint64_t> ExpressionValue::getUnsignedValue() const {
if (Negative)
return make_error<OverflowError>();
return Value;
}
ExpressionValue ExpressionValue::getAbsolute() const {
if (!Negative)
return *this;
int64_t SignedValue = getAsSigned(Value);
int64_t MaxInt64 = std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max();
// Absolute value can be represented as int64_t.
if (SignedValue >= -MaxInt64)
return ExpressionValue(-getAsSigned(Value));
// -X == -(max int64_t + Rem), negate each component independently.
SignedValue += MaxInt64;
uint64_t RemainingValueAbsolute = -SignedValue;
return ExpressionValue(MaxInt64 + RemainingValueAbsolute);
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::operator+(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() && RightOperand.isNegative()) {
int64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getSignedValue());
int64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getSignedValue());
Optional<int64_t> Result = checkedAdd<int64_t>(LeftValue, RightValue);
if (!Result)
return make_error<OverflowError>();
return ExpressionValue(*Result);
}
// (-A) + B == B - A.
if (LeftOperand.isNegative())
return RightOperand - LeftOperand.getAbsolute();
// A + (-B) == A - B.
if (RightOperand.isNegative())
return LeftOperand - RightOperand.getAbsolute();
// Both values are positive at this point.
uint64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getUnsignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
Optional<uint64_t> Result =
checkedAddUnsigned<uint64_t>(LeftValue, RightValue);
if (!Result)
return make_error<OverflowError>();
return ExpressionValue(*Result);
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::operator-(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
// Result will be negative and thus might underflow.
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() && !RightOperand.isNegative()) {
int64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getSignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
// Result <= -1 - (max int64_t) which overflows on 1- and 2-complement.
if (RightValue > (uint64_t)std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max())
return make_error<OverflowError>();
Optional<int64_t> Result =
checkedSub(LeftValue, static_cast<int64_t>(RightValue));
if (!Result)
return make_error<OverflowError>();
return ExpressionValue(*Result);
}
// (-A) - (-B) == B - A.
if (LeftOperand.isNegative())
return RightOperand.getAbsolute() - LeftOperand.getAbsolute();
// A - (-B) == A + B.
if (RightOperand.isNegative())
return LeftOperand + RightOperand.getAbsolute();
// Both values are positive at this point.
uint64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getUnsignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
if (LeftValue >= RightValue)
return ExpressionValue(LeftValue - RightValue);
else {
uint64_t AbsoluteDifference = RightValue - LeftValue;
uint64_t MaxInt64 = std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::max();
// Value might underflow.
if (AbsoluteDifference > MaxInt64) {
AbsoluteDifference -= MaxInt64;
int64_t Result = -MaxInt64;
int64_t MinInt64 = std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::min();
// Underflow, tested by:
// abs(Result + (max int64_t)) > abs((min int64_t) + (max int64_t))
if (AbsoluteDifference > static_cast<uint64_t>(-(MinInt64 - Result)))
return make_error<OverflowError>();
Result -= static_cast<int64_t>(AbsoluteDifference);
return ExpressionValue(Result);
}
return ExpressionValue(-static_cast<int64_t>(AbsoluteDifference));
}
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::operator*(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
// -A * -B == A * B
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() && RightOperand.isNegative())
return LeftOperand.getAbsolute() * RightOperand.getAbsolute();
// A * -B == -B * A
if (RightOperand.isNegative())
return RightOperand * LeftOperand;
assert(!RightOperand.isNegative() && "Unexpected negative operand!");
// Result will be negative and can underflow.
if (LeftOperand.isNegative()) {
auto Result = LeftOperand.getAbsolute() * RightOperand.getAbsolute();
if (!Result)
return Result;
return ExpressionValue(0) - *Result;
}
// Result will be positive and can overflow.
uint64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getUnsignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
Optional<uint64_t> Result =
checkedMulUnsigned<uint64_t>(LeftValue, RightValue);
if (!Result)
return make_error<OverflowError>();
return ExpressionValue(*Result);
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::operator/(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
// -A / -B == A / B
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() && RightOperand.isNegative())
return LeftOperand.getAbsolute() / RightOperand.getAbsolute();
// Check for divide by zero.
if (RightOperand == ExpressionValue(0))
return make_error<OverflowError>();
// Result will be negative and can underflow.
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() || RightOperand.isNegative())
return ExpressionValue(0) -
cantFail(LeftOperand.getAbsolute() / RightOperand.getAbsolute());
uint64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getUnsignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
return ExpressionValue(LeftValue / RightValue);
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::max(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
if (LeftOperand.isNegative() && RightOperand.isNegative()) {
int64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getSignedValue());
int64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getSignedValue());
return ExpressionValue(std::max(LeftValue, RightValue));
}
if (!LeftOperand.isNegative() && !RightOperand.isNegative()) {
uint64_t LeftValue = cantFail(LeftOperand.getUnsignedValue());
uint64_t RightValue = cantFail(RightOperand.getUnsignedValue());
return ExpressionValue(std::max(LeftValue, RightValue));
}
if (LeftOperand.isNegative())
return RightOperand;
return LeftOperand;
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> llvm::min(const ExpressionValue &LeftOperand,
const ExpressionValue &RightOperand) {
if (cantFail(max(LeftOperand, RightOperand)) == LeftOperand)
return RightOperand;
return LeftOperand;
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> NumericVariableUse::eval() const {
Optional<ExpressionValue> Value = Variable->getValue();
if (Value)
return *Value;
return make_error<UndefVarError>(getExpressionStr());
}
Expected<ExpressionValue> BinaryOperation::eval() const {
Expected<ExpressionValue> LeftOp = LeftOperand->eval();
Expected<ExpressionValue> RightOp = RightOperand->eval();
// Bubble up any error (e.g. undefined variables) in the recursive
// evaluation.
if (!LeftOp || !RightOp) {
Error Err = Error::success();
if (!LeftOp)
Err = joinErrors(std::move(Err), LeftOp.takeError());
if (!RightOp)
Err = joinErrors(std::move(Err), RightOp.takeError());
return std::move(Err);
}
return EvalBinop(*LeftOp, *RightOp);
}
Expected<ExpressionFormat>
BinaryOperation::getImplicitFormat(const SourceMgr &SM) const {
Expected<ExpressionFormat> LeftFormat = LeftOperand->getImplicitFormat(SM);
Expected<ExpressionFormat> RightFormat = RightOperand->getImplicitFormat(SM);
if (!LeftFormat || !RightFormat) {
Error Err = Error::success();
if (!LeftFormat)
Err = joinErrors(std::move(Err), LeftFormat.takeError());
if (!RightFormat)
Err = joinErrors(std::move(Err), RightFormat.takeError());
return std::move(Err);
}
if (*LeftFormat != ExpressionFormat::Kind::NoFormat &&
*RightFormat != ExpressionFormat::Kind::NoFormat &&
*LeftFormat != *RightFormat)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, getExpressionStr(),
"implicit format conflict between '" + LeftOperand->getExpressionStr() +
"' (" + LeftFormat->toString() + ") and '" +
RightOperand->getExpressionStr() + "' (" + RightFormat->toString() +
"), need an explicit format specifier");
return *LeftFormat != ExpressionFormat::Kind::NoFormat ? *LeftFormat
: *RightFormat;
}
Expected<std::string> NumericSubstitution::getResult() const {
assert(ExpressionPointer->getAST() != nullptr &&
"Substituting empty expression");
Expected<ExpressionValue> EvaluatedValue =
ExpressionPointer->getAST()->eval();
if (!EvaluatedValue)
return EvaluatedValue.takeError();
ExpressionFormat Format = ExpressionPointer->getFormat();
return Format.getMatchingString(*EvaluatedValue);
}
Expected<std::string> StringSubstitution::getResult() const {
// Look up the value and escape it so that we can put it into the regex.
Expected<StringRef> VarVal = Context->getPatternVarValue(FromStr);
if (!VarVal)
return VarVal.takeError();
return Regex::escape(*VarVal);
}
bool Pattern::isValidVarNameStart(char C) { return C == '_' || isAlpha(C); }
Expected<Pattern::VariableProperties>
Pattern::parseVariable(StringRef &Str, const SourceMgr &SM) {
if (Str.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Str, "empty variable name");
size_t I = 0;
bool IsPseudo = Str[0] == '@';
// Global vars start with '$'.
if (Str[0] == '$' || IsPseudo)
++I;
if (!isValidVarNameStart(Str[I++]))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Str, "invalid variable name");
for (size_t E = Str.size(); I != E; ++I)
// Variable names are composed of alphanumeric characters and underscores.
if (Str[I] != '_' && !isAlnum(Str[I]))
break;
StringRef Name = Str.take_front(I);
Str = Str.substr(I);
return VariableProperties {Name, IsPseudo};
}
// StringRef holding all characters considered as horizontal whitespaces by
// FileCheck input canonicalization.
constexpr StringLiteral SpaceChars = " \t";
// Parsing helper function that strips the first character in S and returns it.
static char popFront(StringRef &S) {
char C = S.front();
S = S.drop_front();
return C;
}
char OverflowError::ID = 0;
char UndefVarError::ID = 0;
char ErrorDiagnostic::ID = 0;
char NotFoundError::ID = 0;
char ErrorReported::ID = 0;
Expected<NumericVariable *> Pattern::parseNumericVariableDefinition(
StringRef &Expr, FileCheckPatternContext *Context,
Optional<size_t> LineNumber, ExpressionFormat ImplicitFormat,
const SourceMgr &SM) {
Expected<VariableProperties> ParseVarResult = parseVariable(Expr, SM);
if (!ParseVarResult)
return ParseVarResult.takeError();
StringRef Name = ParseVarResult->Name;
if (ParseVarResult->IsPseudo)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Name, "definition of pseudo numeric variable unsupported");
// Detect collisions between string and numeric variables when the latter
// is created later than the former.
if (Context->DefinedVariableTable.find(Name) !=
Context->DefinedVariableTable.end())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Name, "string variable with name '" + Name + "' already exists");
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (!Expr.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr, "unexpected characters after numeric variable name");
NumericVariable *DefinedNumericVariable;
auto VarTableIter = Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.find(Name);
if (VarTableIter != Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.end()) {
DefinedNumericVariable = VarTableIter->second;
if (DefinedNumericVariable->getImplicitFormat() != ImplicitFormat)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr, "format different from previous variable definition");
} else
DefinedNumericVariable =
Context->makeNumericVariable(Name, ImplicitFormat, LineNumber);
return DefinedNumericVariable;
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<NumericVariableUse>> Pattern::parseNumericVariableUse(
StringRef Name, bool IsPseudo, Optional<size_t> LineNumber,
FileCheckPatternContext *Context, const SourceMgr &SM) {
if (IsPseudo && !Name.equals("@LINE"))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Name, "invalid pseudo numeric variable '" + Name + "'");
// Numeric variable definitions and uses are parsed in the order in which
// they appear in the CHECK patterns. For each definition, the pointer to the
// class instance of the corresponding numeric variable definition is stored
// in GlobalNumericVariableTable in parsePattern. Therefore, if the pointer
// we get below is null, it means no such variable was defined before. When
// that happens, we create a dummy variable so that parsing can continue. All
// uses of undefined variables, whether string or numeric, are then diagnosed
// in printSubstitutions() after failing to match.
auto VarTableIter = Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.find(Name);
NumericVariable *NumericVariable;
if (VarTableIter != Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.end())
NumericVariable = VarTableIter->second;
else {
NumericVariable = Context->makeNumericVariable(
Name, ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::Unsigned));
Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable[Name] = NumericVariable;
}
Optional<size_t> DefLineNumber = NumericVariable->getDefLineNumber();
if (DefLineNumber && LineNumber && *DefLineNumber == *LineNumber)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Name,
"numeric variable '" + Name +
"' defined earlier in the same CHECK directive");
return std::make_unique<NumericVariableUse>(Name, NumericVariable);
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>> Pattern::parseNumericOperand(
StringRef &Expr, AllowedOperand AO, bool MaybeInvalidConstraint,
Optional<size_t> LineNumber, FileCheckPatternContext *Context,
const SourceMgr &SM) {
if (Expr.startswith("(")) {
if (AO != AllowedOperand::Any)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr, "parenthesized expression not permitted here");
return parseParenExpr(Expr, LineNumber, Context, SM);
}
if (AO == AllowedOperand::LineVar || AO == AllowedOperand::Any) {
// Try to parse as a numeric variable use.
Expected<Pattern::VariableProperties> ParseVarResult =
parseVariable(Expr, SM);
if (ParseVarResult) {
// Try to parse a function call.
if (Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars).startswith("(")) {
if (AO != AllowedOperand::Any)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, ParseVarResult->Name,
"unexpected function call");
return parseCallExpr(Expr, ParseVarResult->Name, LineNumber, Context,
SM);
}
return parseNumericVariableUse(ParseVarResult->Name,
ParseVarResult->IsPseudo, LineNumber,
Context, SM);
}
if (AO == AllowedOperand::LineVar)
return ParseVarResult.takeError();
// Ignore the error and retry parsing as a literal.
consumeError(ParseVarResult.takeError());
}
// Otherwise, parse it as a literal.
int64_t SignedLiteralValue;
uint64_t UnsignedLiteralValue;
StringRef SaveExpr = Expr;
// Accept both signed and unsigned literal, default to signed literal.
if (!Expr.consumeInteger((AO == AllowedOperand::LegacyLiteral) ? 10 : 0,
UnsignedLiteralValue))
return std::make_unique<ExpressionLiteral>(SaveExpr.drop_back(Expr.size()),
UnsignedLiteralValue);
Expr = SaveExpr;
if (AO == AllowedOperand::Any && !Expr.consumeInteger(0, SignedLiteralValue))
return std::make_unique<ExpressionLiteral>(SaveExpr.drop_back(Expr.size()),
SignedLiteralValue);
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr,
Twine("invalid ") +
(MaybeInvalidConstraint ? "matching constraint or " : "") +
"operand format");
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>>
Pattern::parseParenExpr(StringRef &Expr, Optional<size_t> LineNumber,
FileCheckPatternContext *Context, const SourceMgr &SM) {
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
assert(Expr.startswith("("));
// Parse right operand.
Expr.consume_front("(");
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (Expr.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Expr, "missing operand in expression");
// Note: parseNumericOperand handles nested opening parentheses.
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>> SubExprResult = parseNumericOperand(
Expr, AllowedOperand::Any, /*MaybeInvalidConstraint=*/false, LineNumber,
Context, SM);
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
while (SubExprResult && !Expr.empty() && !Expr.startswith(")")) {
StringRef OrigExpr = Expr;
SubExprResult = parseBinop(OrigExpr, Expr, std::move(*SubExprResult), false,
LineNumber, Context, SM);
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
}
if (!SubExprResult)
return SubExprResult;
if (!Expr.consume_front(")")) {
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Expr,
"missing ')' at end of nested expression");
}
return SubExprResult;
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>>
Pattern::parseBinop(StringRef Expr, StringRef &RemainingExpr,
std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST> LeftOp,
bool IsLegacyLineExpr, Optional<size_t> LineNumber,
FileCheckPatternContext *Context, const SourceMgr &SM) {
RemainingExpr = RemainingExpr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (RemainingExpr.empty())
return std::move(LeftOp);
// Check if this is a supported operation and select a function to perform
// it.
SMLoc OpLoc = SMLoc::getFromPointer(RemainingExpr.data());
char Operator = popFront(RemainingExpr);
binop_eval_t EvalBinop;
switch (Operator) {
case '+':
EvalBinop = operator+;
break;
case '-':
EvalBinop = operator-;
break;
default:
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, OpLoc, Twine("unsupported operation '") + Twine(Operator) + "'");
}
// Parse right operand.
RemainingExpr = RemainingExpr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (RemainingExpr.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, RemainingExpr,
"missing operand in expression");
// The second operand in a legacy @LINE expression is always a literal.
AllowedOperand AO =
IsLegacyLineExpr ? AllowedOperand::LegacyLiteral : AllowedOperand::Any;
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>> RightOpResult =
parseNumericOperand(RemainingExpr, AO, /*MaybeInvalidConstraint=*/false,
LineNumber, Context, SM);
if (!RightOpResult)
return RightOpResult;
Expr = Expr.drop_back(RemainingExpr.size());
return std::make_unique<BinaryOperation>(Expr, EvalBinop, std::move(LeftOp),
std::move(*RightOpResult));
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>>
Pattern::parseCallExpr(StringRef &Expr, StringRef FuncName,
Optional<size_t> LineNumber,
FileCheckPatternContext *Context, const SourceMgr &SM) {
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
assert(Expr.startswith("("));
auto OptFunc = StringSwitch<Optional<binop_eval_t>>(FuncName)
.Case("add", operator+)
.Case("div", operator/)
.Case("max", max)
.Case("min", min)
.Case("mul", operator*)
.Case("sub", operator-)
.Default(None);
if (!OptFunc)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, FuncName, Twine("call to undefined function '") + FuncName + "'");
Expr.consume_front("(");
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
// Parse call arguments, which are comma separated.
SmallVector<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>, 4> Args;
while (!Expr.empty() && !Expr.startswith(")")) {
if (Expr.startswith(","))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Expr, "missing argument");
// Parse the argument, which is an arbitary expression.
StringRef OuterBinOpExpr = Expr;
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>> Arg = parseNumericOperand(
Expr, AllowedOperand::Any, /*MaybeInvalidConstraint=*/false, LineNumber,
Context, SM);
while (Arg && !Expr.empty()) {
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
// Have we reached an argument terminator?
if (Expr.startswith(",") || Expr.startswith(")"))
break;
// Arg = Arg <op> <expr>
Arg = parseBinop(OuterBinOpExpr, Expr, std::move(*Arg), false, LineNumber,
Context, SM);
}
// Prefer an expression error over a generic invalid argument message.
if (!Arg)
return Arg.takeError();
Args.push_back(std::move(*Arg));
// Have we parsed all available arguments?
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (!Expr.consume_front(","))
break;
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (Expr.startswith(")"))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Expr, "missing argument");
}
if (!Expr.consume_front(")"))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Expr,
"missing ')' at end of call expression");
const unsigned NumArgs = Args.size();
if (NumArgs == 2)
return std::make_unique<BinaryOperation>(Expr, *OptFunc, std::move(Args[0]),
std::move(Args[1]));
// TODO: Support more than binop_eval_t.
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, FuncName,
Twine("function '") + FuncName +
Twine("' takes 2 arguments but ") +
Twine(NumArgs) + " given");
}
Expected<std::unique_ptr<Expression>> Pattern::parseNumericSubstitutionBlock(
StringRef Expr, Optional<NumericVariable *> &DefinedNumericVariable,
bool IsLegacyLineExpr, Optional<size_t> LineNumber,
FileCheckPatternContext *Context, const SourceMgr &SM) {
std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST> ExpressionASTPointer = nullptr;
StringRef DefExpr = StringRef();
DefinedNumericVariable = None;
ExpressionFormat ExplicitFormat = ExpressionFormat();
unsigned Precision = 0;
// Parse format specifier (NOTE: ',' is also an argument seperator).
size_t FormatSpecEnd = Expr.find(',');
size_t FunctionStart = Expr.find('(');
if (FormatSpecEnd != StringRef::npos && FormatSpecEnd < FunctionStart) {
StringRef FormatExpr = Expr.take_front(FormatSpecEnd);
Expr = Expr.drop_front(FormatSpecEnd + 1);
FormatExpr = FormatExpr.trim(SpaceChars);
if (!FormatExpr.consume_front("%"))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, FormatExpr,
"invalid matching format specification in expression");
// Parse alternate form flag.
SMLoc AlternateFormFlagLoc = SMLoc::getFromPointer(FormatExpr.data());
bool AlternateForm = FormatExpr.consume_front("#");
// Parse precision.
if (FormatExpr.consume_front(".")) {
if (FormatExpr.consumeInteger(10, Precision))
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, FormatExpr,
"invalid precision in format specifier");
}
if (!FormatExpr.empty()) {
// Check for unknown matching format specifier and set matching format in
// class instance representing this expression.
SMLoc FmtLoc = SMLoc::getFromPointer(FormatExpr.data());
switch (popFront(FormatExpr)) {
case 'u':
ExplicitFormat =
ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::Unsigned, Precision);
break;
case 'd':
ExplicitFormat =
ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::Signed, Precision);
break;
case 'x':
ExplicitFormat = ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::HexLower,
Precision, AlternateForm);
break;
case 'X':
ExplicitFormat = ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::HexUpper,
Precision, AlternateForm);
break;
default:
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, FmtLoc,
"invalid format specifier in expression");
}
}
if (AlternateForm && ExplicitFormat != ExpressionFormat::Kind::HexLower &&
ExplicitFormat != ExpressionFormat::Kind::HexUpper)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, AlternateFormFlagLoc,
"alternate form only supported for hex values");
FormatExpr = FormatExpr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (!FormatExpr.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, FormatExpr,
"invalid matching format specification in expression");
}
// Save variable definition expression if any.
size_t DefEnd = Expr.find(':');
if (DefEnd != StringRef::npos) {
DefExpr = Expr.substr(0, DefEnd);
Expr = Expr.substr(DefEnd + 1);
}
// Parse matching constraint.
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
bool HasParsedValidConstraint = false;
if (Expr.consume_front("=="))
HasParsedValidConstraint = true;
// Parse the expression itself.
Expr = Expr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
if (Expr.empty()) {
if (HasParsedValidConstraint)
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr, "empty numeric expression should not have a constraint");
} else {
Expr = Expr.rtrim(SpaceChars);
StringRef OuterBinOpExpr = Expr;
// The first operand in a legacy @LINE expression is always the @LINE
// pseudo variable.
AllowedOperand AO =
IsLegacyLineExpr ? AllowedOperand::LineVar : AllowedOperand::Any;
Expected<std::unique_ptr<ExpressionAST>> ParseResult = parseNumericOperand(
Expr, AO, !HasParsedValidConstraint, LineNumber, Context, SM);
while (ParseResult && !Expr.empty()) {
ParseResult = parseBinop(OuterBinOpExpr, Expr, std::move(*ParseResult),
IsLegacyLineExpr, LineNumber, Context, SM);
// Legacy @LINE expressions only allow 2 operands.
if (ParseResult && IsLegacyLineExpr && !Expr.empty())
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(
SM, Expr,
"unexpected characters at end of expression '" + Expr + "'");
}
if (!ParseResult)
return ParseResult.takeError();
ExpressionASTPointer = std::move(*ParseResult);
}
// Select format of the expression, i.e. (i) its explicit format, if any,
// otherwise (ii) its implicit format, if any, otherwise (iii) the default
// format (unsigned). Error out in case of conflicting implicit format
// without explicit format.
ExpressionFormat Format;
if (ExplicitFormat)
Format = ExplicitFormat;
else if (ExpressionASTPointer) {
Expected<ExpressionFormat> ImplicitFormat =
ExpressionASTPointer->getImplicitFormat(SM);
if (!ImplicitFormat)
return ImplicitFormat.takeError();
Format = *ImplicitFormat;
}
if (!Format)
Format = ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::Unsigned, Precision);
std::unique_ptr<Expression> ExpressionPointer =
std::make_unique<Expression>(std::move(ExpressionASTPointer), Format);
// Parse the numeric variable definition.
if (DefEnd != StringRef::npos) {
DefExpr = DefExpr.ltrim(SpaceChars);
Expected<NumericVariable *> ParseResult = parseNumericVariableDefinition(
DefExpr, Context, LineNumber, ExpressionPointer->getFormat(), SM);
if (!ParseResult)
return ParseResult.takeError();
DefinedNumericVariable = *ParseResult;
}
return std::move(ExpressionPointer);
}
bool Pattern::parsePattern(StringRef PatternStr, StringRef Prefix,
SourceMgr &SM, const FileCheckRequest &Req) {
bool MatchFullLinesHere = Req.MatchFullLines && CheckTy != Check::CheckNot;
IgnoreCase = Req.IgnoreCase;
PatternLoc = SMLoc::getFromPointer(PatternStr.data());
if (!(Req.NoCanonicalizeWhiteSpace && Req.MatchFullLines))
// Ignore trailing whitespace.
while (!PatternStr.empty() &&
(PatternStr.back() == ' ' || PatternStr.back() == '\t'))
PatternStr = PatternStr.substr(0, PatternStr.size() - 1);
// Check that there is something on the line.
if (PatternStr.empty() && CheckTy != Check::CheckEmpty) {
SM.PrintMessage(PatternLoc, SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"found empty check string with prefix '" + Prefix + ":'");
return true;
}
if (!PatternStr.empty() && CheckTy == Check::CheckEmpty) {
SM.PrintMessage(
PatternLoc, SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"found non-empty check string for empty check with prefix '" + Prefix +
":'");
return true;
}
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckEmpty) {
RegExStr = "(\n$)";
return false;
}
// If literal check, set fixed string.
if (CheckTy.isLiteralMatch()) {
FixedStr = PatternStr;
return false;
}
// Check to see if this is a fixed string, or if it has regex pieces.
if (!MatchFullLinesHere &&
(PatternStr.size() < 2 || (PatternStr.find("{{") == StringRef::npos &&
PatternStr.find("[[") == StringRef::npos))) {
FixedStr = PatternStr;
return false;
}
if (MatchFullLinesHere) {
RegExStr += '^';
if (!Req.NoCanonicalizeWhiteSpace)
RegExStr += " *";
}
// Paren value #0 is for the fully matched string. Any new parenthesized
// values add from there.
unsigned CurParen = 1;
// Otherwise, there is at least one regex piece. Build up the regex pattern
// by escaping scary characters in fixed strings, building up one big regex.
while (!PatternStr.empty()) {
// RegEx matches.
if (PatternStr.startswith("{{")) {
// This is the start of a regex match. Scan for the }}.
size_t End = PatternStr.find("}}");
if (End == StringRef::npos) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(PatternStr.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"found start of regex string with no end '}}'");
return true;
}
// Enclose {{}} patterns in parens just like [[]] even though we're not
// capturing the result for any purpose. This is required in case the
// expression contains an alternation like: CHECK: abc{{x|z}}def. We
// want this to turn into: "abc(x|z)def" not "abcx|zdef".
RegExStr += '(';
++CurParen;
if (AddRegExToRegEx(PatternStr.substr(2, End - 2), CurParen, SM))
return true;
RegExStr += ')';
PatternStr = PatternStr.substr(End + 2);
continue;
}
// String and numeric substitution blocks. Pattern substitution blocks come
// in two forms: [[foo:.*]] and [[foo]]. The former matches .* (or some
// other regex) and assigns it to the string variable 'foo'. The latter
// substitutes foo's value. Numeric substitution blocks recognize the same
// form as string ones, but start with a '#' sign after the double
// brackets. They also accept a combined form which sets a numeric variable
// to the evaluation of an expression. Both string and numeric variable
// names must satisfy the regular expression "[a-zA-Z_][0-9a-zA-Z_]*" to be
// valid, as this helps catch some common errors.
if (PatternStr.startswith("[[")) {
StringRef UnparsedPatternStr = PatternStr.substr(2);
// Find the closing bracket pair ending the match. End is going to be an
// offset relative to the beginning of the match string.
size_t End = FindRegexVarEnd(UnparsedPatternStr, SM);
StringRef MatchStr = UnparsedPatternStr.substr(0, End);
bool IsNumBlock = MatchStr.consume_front("#");
if (End == StringRef::npos) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(PatternStr.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"Invalid substitution block, no ]] found");
return true;
}
// Strip the substitution block we are parsing. End points to the start
// of the "]]" closing the expression so account for it in computing the
// index of the first unparsed character.
PatternStr = UnparsedPatternStr.substr(End + 2);
bool IsDefinition = false;
bool SubstNeeded = false;
// Whether the substitution block is a legacy use of @LINE with string
// substitution block syntax.
bool IsLegacyLineExpr = false;
StringRef DefName;
StringRef SubstStr;
std::string MatchRegexp;
size_t SubstInsertIdx = RegExStr.size();
// Parse string variable or legacy @LINE expression.
if (!IsNumBlock) {
size_t VarEndIdx = MatchStr.find(':');
size_t SpacePos = MatchStr.substr(0, VarEndIdx).find_first_of(" \t");
if (SpacePos != StringRef::npos) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(MatchStr.data() + SpacePos),
SourceMgr::DK_Error, "unexpected whitespace");
return true;
}
// Get the name (e.g. "foo") and verify it is well formed.
StringRef OrigMatchStr = MatchStr;
Expected<Pattern::VariableProperties> ParseVarResult =
parseVariable(MatchStr, SM);
if (!ParseVarResult) {
logAllUnhandledErrors(ParseVarResult.takeError(), errs());
return true;
}
StringRef Name = ParseVarResult->Name;
bool IsPseudo = ParseVarResult->IsPseudo;
IsDefinition = (VarEndIdx != StringRef::npos);
SubstNeeded = !IsDefinition;
if (IsDefinition) {
if ((IsPseudo || !MatchStr.consume_front(":"))) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Name.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"invalid name in string variable definition");
return true;
}
// Detect collisions between string and numeric variables when the
// former is created later than the latter.
if (Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.find(Name) !=
Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable.end()) {
SM.PrintMessage(
SMLoc::getFromPointer(Name.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"numeric variable with name '" + Name + "' already exists");
return true;
}
DefName = Name;
MatchRegexp = MatchStr.str();
} else {
if (IsPseudo) {
MatchStr = OrigMatchStr;
IsLegacyLineExpr = IsNumBlock = true;
} else {
if (!MatchStr.empty()) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Name.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"invalid name in string variable use");
return true;
}
SubstStr = Name;
}
}
}
// Parse numeric substitution block.
std::unique_ptr<Expression> ExpressionPointer;
Optional<NumericVariable *> DefinedNumericVariable;
if (IsNumBlock) {
Expected<std::unique_ptr<Expression>> ParseResult =
parseNumericSubstitutionBlock(MatchStr, DefinedNumericVariable,
IsLegacyLineExpr, LineNumber, Context,
SM);
if (!ParseResult) {
logAllUnhandledErrors(ParseResult.takeError(), errs());
return true;
}
ExpressionPointer = std::move(*ParseResult);
SubstNeeded = ExpressionPointer->getAST() != nullptr;
if (DefinedNumericVariable) {
IsDefinition = true;
DefName = (*DefinedNumericVariable)->getName();
}
if (SubstNeeded)
SubstStr = MatchStr;
else {
ExpressionFormat Format = ExpressionPointer->getFormat();
MatchRegexp = cantFail(Format.getWildcardRegex());
}
}
// Handle variable definition: [[<def>:(...)]] and [[#(...)<def>:(...)]].
if (IsDefinition) {
RegExStr += '(';
++SubstInsertIdx;
if (IsNumBlock) {
NumericVariableMatch NumericVariableDefinition = {
*DefinedNumericVariable, CurParen};
NumericVariableDefs[DefName] = NumericVariableDefinition;
// This store is done here rather than in match() to allow
// parseNumericVariableUse() to get the pointer to the class instance
// of the right variable definition corresponding to a given numeric
// variable use.
Context->GlobalNumericVariableTable[DefName] =
*DefinedNumericVariable;
} else {
VariableDefs[DefName] = CurParen;
// Mark string variable as defined to detect collisions between
// string and numeric variables in parseNumericVariableUse() and
// defineCmdlineVariables() when the latter is created later than the
// former. We cannot reuse GlobalVariableTable for this by populating
// it with an empty string since we would then lose the ability to
// detect the use of an undefined variable in match().
Context->DefinedVariableTable[DefName] = true;
}
++CurParen;
}
if (!MatchRegexp.empty() && AddRegExToRegEx(MatchRegexp, CurParen, SM))
return true;
if (IsDefinition)
RegExStr += ')';
// Handle substitutions: [[foo]] and [[#<foo expr>]].
if (SubstNeeded) {
// Handle substitution of string variables that were defined earlier on
// the same line by emitting a backreference. Expressions do not
// support substituting a numeric variable defined on the same line.
if (!IsNumBlock && VariableDefs.find(SubstStr) != VariableDefs.end()) {
unsigned CaptureParenGroup = VariableDefs[SubstStr];
if (CaptureParenGroup < 1 || CaptureParenGroup > 9) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(SubstStr.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"Can't back-reference more than 9 variables");
return true;
}
AddBackrefToRegEx(CaptureParenGroup);
} else {
// Handle substitution of string variables ([[<var>]]) defined in
// previous CHECK patterns, and substitution of expressions.
Substitution *Substitution =
IsNumBlock
? Context->makeNumericSubstitution(
SubstStr, std::move(ExpressionPointer), SubstInsertIdx)
: Context->makeStringSubstitution(SubstStr, SubstInsertIdx);
Substitutions.push_back(Substitution);
}
}
}
// Handle fixed string matches.
// Find the end, which is the start of the next regex.
size_t FixedMatchEnd = PatternStr.find("{{");
FixedMatchEnd = std::min(FixedMatchEnd, PatternStr.find("[["));
RegExStr += Regex::escape(PatternStr.substr(0, FixedMatchEnd));
PatternStr = PatternStr.substr(FixedMatchEnd);
}
if (MatchFullLinesHere) {
if (!Req.NoCanonicalizeWhiteSpace)
RegExStr += " *";
RegExStr += '$';
}
return false;
}
bool Pattern::AddRegExToRegEx(StringRef RS, unsigned &CurParen, SourceMgr &SM) {
Regex R(RS);
std::string Error;
if (!R.isValid(Error)) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(RS.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"invalid regex: " + Error);
return true;
}
RegExStr += RS.str();
CurParen += R.getNumMatches();
return false;
}
void Pattern::AddBackrefToRegEx(unsigned BackrefNum) {
assert(BackrefNum >= 1 && BackrefNum <= 9 && "Invalid backref number");
std::string Backref = std::string("\\") + std::string(1, '0' + BackrefNum);
RegExStr += Backref;
}
Pattern::MatchResult Pattern::match(StringRef Buffer,
const SourceMgr &SM) const {
// If this is the EOF pattern, match it immediately.
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckEOF)
return MatchResult(Buffer.size(), 0, Error::success());
// If this is a fixed string pattern, just match it now.
if (!FixedStr.empty()) {
size_t Pos =
IgnoreCase ? Buffer.find_lower(FixedStr) : Buffer.find(FixedStr);
if (Pos == StringRef::npos)
return make_error<NotFoundError>();
return MatchResult(Pos, /*MatchLen=*/FixedStr.size(), Error::success());
}
// Regex match.
// If there are substitutions, we need to create a temporary string with the
// actual value.
StringRef RegExToMatch = RegExStr;
std::string TmpStr;
if (!Substitutions.empty()) {
TmpStr = RegExStr;
if (LineNumber)
Context->LineVariable->setValue(ExpressionValue(*LineNumber));
size_t InsertOffset = 0;
// Substitute all string variables and expressions whose values are only
// now known. Use of string variables defined on the same line are handled
// by back-references.
for (const auto &Substitution : Substitutions) {
// Substitute and check for failure (e.g. use of undefined variable).
Expected<std::string> Value = Substitution->getResult();
if (!Value) {
// Convert to an ErrorDiagnostic to get location information. This is
// done here rather than printMatch/printNoMatch since now we know which
// substitution block caused the overflow.
Error Err =
handleErrors(Value.takeError(), [&](const OverflowError &E) {
return ErrorDiagnostic::get(SM, Substitution->getFromString(),
"unable to substitute variable or "
"numeric expression: overflow error");
});
return std::move(Err);
}
// Plop it into the regex at the adjusted offset.
TmpStr.insert(TmpStr.begin() + Substitution->getIndex() + InsertOffset,
Value->begin(), Value->end());
InsertOffset += Value->size();
}
// Match the newly constructed regex.
RegExToMatch = TmpStr;
}
SmallVector<StringRef, 4> MatchInfo;
unsigned int Flags = Regex::Newline;
if (IgnoreCase)
Flags |= Regex::IgnoreCase;
if (!Regex(RegExToMatch, Flags).match(Buffer, &MatchInfo))
return make_error<NotFoundError>();
// Successful regex match.
assert(!MatchInfo.empty() && "Didn't get any match");
StringRef FullMatch = MatchInfo[0];
// If this defines any string variables, remember their values.
for (const auto &VariableDef : VariableDefs) {
assert(VariableDef.second < MatchInfo.size() && "Internal paren error");
Context->GlobalVariableTable[VariableDef.first] =
MatchInfo[VariableDef.second];
}
// Like CHECK-NEXT, CHECK-EMPTY's match range is considered to start after
// the required preceding newline, which is consumed by the pattern in the
// case of CHECK-EMPTY but not CHECK-NEXT.
size_t MatchStartSkip = CheckTy == Check::CheckEmpty;
Match TheMatch;
TheMatch.Pos = FullMatch.data() - Buffer.data() + MatchStartSkip;
TheMatch.Len = FullMatch.size() - MatchStartSkip;
// If this defines any numeric variables, remember their values.
for (const auto &NumericVariableDef : NumericVariableDefs) {
const NumericVariableMatch &NumericVariableMatch =
NumericVariableDef.getValue();
unsigned CaptureParenGroup = NumericVariableMatch.CaptureParenGroup;
assert(CaptureParenGroup < MatchInfo.size() && "Internal paren error");
NumericVariable *DefinedNumericVariable =
NumericVariableMatch.DefinedNumericVariable;
StringRef MatchedValue = MatchInfo[CaptureParenGroup];
ExpressionFormat Format = DefinedNumericVariable->getImplicitFormat();
Expected<ExpressionValue> Value =
Format.valueFromStringRepr(MatchedValue, SM);
if (!Value)
return MatchResult(TheMatch, Value.takeError());
DefinedNumericVariable->setValue(*Value, MatchedValue);
}
return MatchResult(TheMatch, Error::success());
}
unsigned Pattern::computeMatchDistance(StringRef Buffer) const {
// Just compute the number of matching characters. For regular expressions, we
// just compare against the regex itself and hope for the best.
//
// FIXME: One easy improvement here is have the regex lib generate a single
// example regular expression which matches, and use that as the example
// string.
StringRef ExampleString(FixedStr);
if (ExampleString.empty())
ExampleString = RegExStr;
// Only compare up to the first line in the buffer, or the string size.
StringRef BufferPrefix = Buffer.substr(0, ExampleString.size());
BufferPrefix = BufferPrefix.split('\n').first;
return BufferPrefix.edit_distance(ExampleString);
}
void Pattern::printSubstitutions(const SourceMgr &SM, StringRef Buffer,
SMRange Range,
FileCheckDiag::MatchType MatchTy,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) const {
// Print what we know about substitutions.
if (!Substitutions.empty()) {
for (const auto &Substitution : Substitutions) {
SmallString<256> Msg;
raw_svector_ostream OS(Msg);
Expected<std::string> MatchedValue = Substitution->getResult();
// Substitution failed or is not known at match time, print the undefined
// variables it uses.
if (!MatchedValue) {
bool UndefSeen = false;
handleAllErrors(
MatchedValue.takeError(), [](const NotFoundError &E) {},
// Handled in printMatch and printNoMatch().
[](const ErrorDiagnostic &E) {},
// Handled in match().
[](const OverflowError &E) {},
[&](const UndefVarError &E) {
if (!UndefSeen) {
OS << "uses undefined variable(s):";
UndefSeen = true;
}
OS << " ";
E.log(OS);
});
if (!OS.tell())
continue;
} else {
// Substitution succeeded. Print substituted value.
OS << "with \"";
OS.write_escaped(Substitution->getFromString()) << "\" equal to \"";
OS.write_escaped(*MatchedValue) << "\"";
}
// We report only the start of the match/search range to suggest we are
// reporting the substitutions as set at the start of the match/search.
// Indicating a non-zero-length range might instead seem to imply that the
// substitution matches or was captured from exactly that range.
if (Diags)
Diags->emplace_back(SM, CheckTy, getLoc(), MatchTy,
SMRange(Range.Start, Range.Start), OS.str());
else
SM.PrintMessage(Range.Start, SourceMgr::DK_Note, OS.str());
}
}
}
void Pattern::printVariableDefs(const SourceMgr &SM,
FileCheckDiag::MatchType MatchTy,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) const {
if (VariableDefs.empty() && NumericVariableDefs.empty())
return;
// Build list of variable captures.
struct VarCapture {
StringRef Name;
SMRange Range;
};
SmallVector<VarCapture, 2> VarCaptures;
for (const auto &VariableDef : VariableDefs) {
VarCapture VC;
VC.Name = VariableDef.first;
StringRef Value = Context->GlobalVariableTable[VC.Name];
SMLoc Start = SMLoc::getFromPointer(Value.data());
SMLoc End = SMLoc::getFromPointer(Value.data() + Value.size());
VC.Range = SMRange(Start, End);
VarCaptures.push_back(VC);
}
for (const auto &VariableDef : NumericVariableDefs) {
VarCapture VC;
VC.Name = VariableDef.getKey();
Optional<StringRef> StrValue =
VariableDef.getValue().DefinedNumericVariable->getStringValue();
if (!StrValue)
continue;
SMLoc Start = SMLoc::getFromPointer(StrValue->data());
SMLoc End = SMLoc::getFromPointer(StrValue->data() + StrValue->size());
VC.Range = SMRange(Start, End);
VarCaptures.push_back(VC);
}
// Sort variable captures by the order in which they matched the input.
// Ranges shouldn't be overlapping, so we can just compare the start.
llvm::sort(VarCaptures, [](const VarCapture &A, const VarCapture &B) {
assert(A.Range.Start != B.Range.Start &&
"unexpected overlapping variable captures");
return A.Range.Start.getPointer() < B.Range.Start.getPointer();
});
// Create notes for the sorted captures.
for (const VarCapture &VC : VarCaptures) {
SmallString<256> Msg;
raw_svector_ostream OS(Msg);
OS << "captured var \"" << VC.Name << "\"";
if (Diags)
Diags->emplace_back(SM, CheckTy, getLoc(), MatchTy, VC.Range, OS.str());
else
SM.PrintMessage(VC.Range.Start, SourceMgr::DK_Note, OS.str(), VC.Range);
}
}
static SMRange ProcessMatchResult(FileCheckDiag::MatchType MatchTy,
const SourceMgr &SM, SMLoc Loc,
Check::FileCheckType CheckTy,
StringRef Buffer, size_t Pos, size_t Len,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags,
bool AdjustPrevDiags = false) {
SMLoc Start = SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data() + Pos);
SMLoc End = SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data() + Pos + Len);
SMRange Range(Start, End);
if (Diags) {
if (AdjustPrevDiags) {
SMLoc CheckLoc = Diags->rbegin()->CheckLoc;
for (auto I = Diags->rbegin(), E = Diags->rend();
I != E && I->CheckLoc == CheckLoc; ++I)
I->MatchTy = MatchTy;
} else
Diags->emplace_back(SM, CheckTy, Loc, MatchTy, Range);
}
return Range;
}
void Pattern::printFuzzyMatch(const SourceMgr &SM, StringRef Buffer,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) const {
// Attempt to find the closest/best fuzzy match. Usually an error happens
// because some string in the output didn't exactly match. In these cases, we
// would like to show the user a best guess at what "should have" matched, to
// save them having to actually check the input manually.
size_t NumLinesForward = 0;
size_t Best = StringRef::npos;
double BestQuality = 0;
// Use an arbitrary 4k limit on how far we will search.
for (size_t i = 0, e = std::min(size_t(4096), Buffer.size()); i != e; ++i) {
if (Buffer[i] == '\n')
++NumLinesForward;
// Patterns have leading whitespace stripped, so skip whitespace when
// looking for something which looks like a pattern.
if (Buffer[i] == ' ' || Buffer[i] == '\t')
continue;
// Compute the "quality" of this match as an arbitrary combination of the
// match distance and the number of lines skipped to get to this match.
unsigned Distance = computeMatchDistance(Buffer.substr(i));
double Quality = Distance + (NumLinesForward / 100.);
if (Quality < BestQuality || Best == StringRef::npos) {
Best = i;
BestQuality = Quality;
}
}
// Print the "possible intended match here" line if we found something
// reasonable and not equal to what we showed in the "scanning from here"
// line.
if (Best && Best != StringRef::npos && BestQuality < 50) {
SMRange MatchRange =
ProcessMatchResult(FileCheckDiag::MatchFuzzy, SM, getLoc(),
getCheckTy(), Buffer, Best, 0, Diags);
SM.PrintMessage(MatchRange.Start, SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"possible intended match here");
// FIXME: If we wanted to be really friendly we would show why the match
// failed, as it can be hard to spot simple one character differences.
}
}
Expected<StringRef>
FileCheckPatternContext::getPatternVarValue(StringRef VarName) {
auto VarIter = GlobalVariableTable.find(VarName);
if (VarIter == GlobalVariableTable.end())
return make_error<UndefVarError>(VarName);
return VarIter->second;
}
template <class... Types>
NumericVariable *FileCheckPatternContext::makeNumericVariable(Types... args) {
NumericVariables.push_back(std::make_unique<NumericVariable>(args...));
return NumericVariables.back().get();
}
Substitution *
FileCheckPatternContext::makeStringSubstitution(StringRef VarName,
size_t InsertIdx) {
Substitutions.push_back(
std::make_unique<StringSubstitution>(this, VarName, InsertIdx));
return Substitutions.back().get();
}
Substitution *FileCheckPatternContext::makeNumericSubstitution(
StringRef ExpressionStr, std::unique_ptr<Expression> Expression,
size_t InsertIdx) {
Substitutions.push_back(std::make_unique<NumericSubstitution>(
this, ExpressionStr, std::move(Expression), InsertIdx));
return Substitutions.back().get();
}
size_t Pattern::FindRegexVarEnd(StringRef Str, SourceMgr &SM) {
// Offset keeps track of the current offset within the input Str
size_t Offset = 0;
// [...] Nesting depth
size_t BracketDepth = 0;
while (!Str.empty()) {
if (Str.startswith("]]") && BracketDepth == 0)
return Offset;
if (Str[0] == '\\') {
// Backslash escapes the next char within regexes, so skip them both.
Str = Str.substr(2);
Offset += 2;
} else {
switch (Str[0]) {
default:
break;
case '[':
BracketDepth++;
break;
case ']':
if (BracketDepth == 0) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Str.data()),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"missing closing \"]\" for regex variable");
exit(1);
}
BracketDepth--;
break;
}
Str = Str.substr(1);
Offset++;
}
}
return StringRef::npos;
}
StringRef FileCheck::CanonicalizeFile(MemoryBuffer &MB,
SmallVectorImpl<char> &OutputBuffer) {
OutputBuffer.reserve(MB.getBufferSize());
for (const char *Ptr = MB.getBufferStart(), *End = MB.getBufferEnd();
Ptr != End; ++Ptr) {
// Eliminate trailing dosish \r.
if (Ptr <= End - 2 && Ptr[0] == '\r' && Ptr[1] == '\n') {
continue;
}
// If current char is not a horizontal whitespace or if horizontal
// whitespace canonicalization is disabled, dump it to output as is.
if (Req.NoCanonicalizeWhiteSpace || (*Ptr != ' ' && *Ptr != '\t')) {
OutputBuffer.push_back(*Ptr);
continue;
}
// Otherwise, add one space and advance over neighboring space.
OutputBuffer.push_back(' ');
while (Ptr + 1 != End && (Ptr[1] == ' ' || Ptr[1] == '\t'))
++Ptr;
}
// Add a null byte and then return all but that byte.
OutputBuffer.push_back('\0');
return StringRef(OutputBuffer.data(), OutputBuffer.size() - 1);
}
FileCheckDiag::FileCheckDiag(const SourceMgr &SM,
const Check::FileCheckType &CheckTy,
SMLoc CheckLoc, MatchType MatchTy,
SMRange InputRange, StringRef Note)
: CheckTy(CheckTy), CheckLoc(CheckLoc), MatchTy(MatchTy), Note(Note) {
auto Start = SM.getLineAndColumn(InputRange.Start);
auto End = SM.getLineAndColumn(InputRange.End);
InputStartLine = Start.first;
InputStartCol = Start.second;
InputEndLine = End.first;
InputEndCol = End.second;
}
static bool IsPartOfWord(char c) {
return (isAlnum(c) || c == '-' || c == '_');
}
Check::FileCheckType &Check::FileCheckType::setCount(int C) {
assert(Count > 0 && "zero and negative counts are not supported");
assert((C == 1 || Kind == CheckPlain) &&
"count supported only for plain CHECK directives");
Count = C;
return *this;
}
std::string Check::FileCheckType::getModifiersDescription() const {
if (Modifiers.none())
return "";
std::string Ret;
raw_string_ostream OS(Ret);
OS << '{';
if (isLiteralMatch())
OS << "LITERAL";
OS << '}';
return OS.str();
}
std::string Check::FileCheckType::getDescription(StringRef Prefix) const {
// Append directive modifiers.
auto WithModifiers = [this, Prefix](StringRef Str) -> std::string {
return (Prefix + Str + getModifiersDescription()).str();
};
switch (Kind) {
case Check::CheckNone:
return "invalid";
case Check::CheckPlain:
if (Count > 1)
return WithModifiers("-COUNT");
return WithModifiers("");
case Check::CheckNext:
return WithModifiers("-NEXT");
case Check::CheckSame:
return WithModifiers("-SAME");
case Check::CheckNot:
return WithModifiers("-NOT");
case Check::CheckDAG:
return WithModifiers("-DAG");
case Check::CheckLabel:
return WithModifiers("-LABEL");
case Check::CheckEmpty:
return WithModifiers("-EMPTY");
case Check::CheckComment:
return std::string(Prefix);
case Check::CheckEOF:
return "implicit EOF";
case Check::CheckBadNot:
return "bad NOT";
case Check::CheckBadCount:
return "bad COUNT";
}
llvm_unreachable("unknown FileCheckType");
}
static std::pair<Check::FileCheckType, StringRef>
FindCheckType(const FileCheckRequest &Req, StringRef Buffer, StringRef Prefix) {
if (Buffer.size() <= Prefix.size())
return {Check::CheckNone, StringRef()};
StringRef Rest = Buffer.drop_front(Prefix.size());
// Check for comment.
if (llvm::is_contained(Req.CommentPrefixes, Prefix)) {
if (Rest.consume_front(":"))
return {Check::CheckComment, Rest};
// Ignore a comment prefix if it has a suffix like "-NOT".
return {Check::CheckNone, StringRef()};
}
auto ConsumeModifiers = [&](Check::FileCheckType Ret)
-> std::pair<Check::FileCheckType, StringRef> {
if (Rest.consume_front(":"))
return {Ret, Rest};
if (!Rest.consume_front("{"))
return {Check::CheckNone, StringRef()};
// Parse the modifiers, speparated by commas.
do {
// Allow whitespace in modifiers list.
Rest = Rest.ltrim();
if (Rest.consume_front("LITERAL"))
Ret.setLiteralMatch();
else
return {Check::CheckNone, Rest};
// Allow whitespace in modifiers list.
Rest = Rest.ltrim();
} while (Rest.consume_front(","));
if (!Rest.consume_front("}:"))
return {Check::CheckNone, Rest};
return {Ret, Rest};
};
// Verify that the prefix is followed by directive modifiers or a colon.
if (Rest.consume_front(":"))
return {Check::CheckPlain, Rest};
if (Rest.front() == '{')
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckPlain);
if (!Rest.consume_front("-"))
return {Check::CheckNone, StringRef()};
if (Rest.consume_front("COUNT-")) {
int64_t Count;
if (Rest.consumeInteger(10, Count))
// Error happened in parsing integer.
return {Check::CheckBadCount, Rest};
if (Count <= 0 || Count > INT32_MAX)
return {Check::CheckBadCount, Rest};
if (Rest.front() != ':' && Rest.front() != '{')
return {Check::CheckBadCount, Rest};
return ConsumeModifiers(
Check::FileCheckType(Check::CheckPlain).setCount(Count));
}
// You can't combine -NOT with another suffix.
if (Rest.startswith("DAG-NOT:") || Rest.startswith("NOT-DAG:") ||
Rest.startswith("NEXT-NOT:") || Rest.startswith("NOT-NEXT:") ||
Rest.startswith("SAME-NOT:") || Rest.startswith("NOT-SAME:") ||
Rest.startswith("EMPTY-NOT:") || Rest.startswith("NOT-EMPTY:"))
return {Check::CheckBadNot, Rest};
if (Rest.consume_front("NEXT"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckNext);
if (Rest.consume_front("SAME"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckSame);
if (Rest.consume_front("NOT"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckNot);
if (Rest.consume_front("DAG"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckDAG);
if (Rest.consume_front("LABEL"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckLabel);
if (Rest.consume_front("EMPTY"))
return ConsumeModifiers(Check::CheckEmpty);
return {Check::CheckNone, Rest};
}
// From the given position, find the next character after the word.
static size_t SkipWord(StringRef Str, size_t Loc) {
while (Loc < Str.size() && IsPartOfWord(Str[Loc]))
++Loc;
return Loc;
}
/// Searches the buffer for the first prefix in the prefix regular expression.
///
/// This searches the buffer using the provided regular expression, however it
/// enforces constraints beyond that:
/// 1) The found prefix must not be a suffix of something that looks like
/// a valid prefix.
/// 2) The found prefix must be followed by a valid check type suffix using \c
/// FindCheckType above.
///
/// \returns a pair of StringRefs into the Buffer, which combines:
/// - the first match of the regular expression to satisfy these two is
/// returned,
/// otherwise an empty StringRef is returned to indicate failure.
/// - buffer rewound to the location right after parsed suffix, for parsing
/// to continue from
///
/// If this routine returns a valid prefix, it will also shrink \p Buffer to
/// start at the beginning of the returned prefix, increment \p LineNumber for
/// each new line consumed from \p Buffer, and set \p CheckTy to the type of
/// check found by examining the suffix.
///
/// If no valid prefix is found, the state of Buffer, LineNumber, and CheckTy
/// is unspecified.
static std::pair<StringRef, StringRef>
FindFirstMatchingPrefix(const FileCheckRequest &Req, Regex &PrefixRE,
StringRef &Buffer, unsigned &LineNumber,
Check::FileCheckType &CheckTy) {
SmallVector<StringRef, 2> Matches;
while (!Buffer.empty()) {
// Find the first (longest) match using the RE.
if (!PrefixRE.match(Buffer, &Matches))
// No match at all, bail.
return {StringRef(), StringRef()};
StringRef Prefix = Matches[0];
Matches.clear();
assert(Prefix.data() >= Buffer.data() &&
Prefix.data() < Buffer.data() + Buffer.size() &&
"Prefix doesn't start inside of buffer!");
size_t Loc = Prefix.data() - Buffer.data();
StringRef Skipped = Buffer.substr(0, Loc);
Buffer = Buffer.drop_front(Loc);
LineNumber += Skipped.count('\n');
// Check that the matched prefix isn't a suffix of some other check-like
// word.
// FIXME: This is a very ad-hoc check. it would be better handled in some
// other way. Among other things it seems hard to distinguish between
// intentional and unintentional uses of this feature.
if (Skipped.empty() || !IsPartOfWord(Skipped.back())) {
// Now extract the type.
StringRef AfterSuffix;
std::tie(CheckTy, AfterSuffix) = FindCheckType(Req, Buffer, Prefix);
// If we've found a valid check type for this prefix, we're done.
if (CheckTy != Check::CheckNone)
return {Prefix, AfterSuffix};
}
// If we didn't successfully find a prefix, we need to skip this invalid
// prefix and continue scanning. We directly skip the prefix that was
// matched and any additional parts of that check-like word.
Buffer = Buffer.drop_front(SkipWord(Buffer, Prefix.size()));
}
// We ran out of buffer while skipping partial matches so give up.
return {StringRef(), StringRef()};
}
void FileCheckPatternContext::createLineVariable() {
assert(!LineVariable && "@LINE pseudo numeric variable already created");
StringRef LineName = "@LINE";
LineVariable = makeNumericVariable(
LineName, ExpressionFormat(ExpressionFormat::Kind::Unsigned));
GlobalNumericVariableTable[LineName] = LineVariable;
}
FileCheck::FileCheck(FileCheckRequest Req)
: Req(Req), PatternContext(std::make_unique<FileCheckPatternContext>()),
CheckStrings(std::make_unique<std::vector<FileCheckString>>()) {}
FileCheck::~FileCheck() = default;
bool FileCheck::readCheckFile(
SourceMgr &SM, StringRef Buffer, Regex &PrefixRE,
std::pair<unsigned, unsigned> *ImpPatBufferIDRange) {
if (ImpPatBufferIDRange)
ImpPatBufferIDRange->first = ImpPatBufferIDRange->second = 0;
Error DefineError =
PatternContext->defineCmdlineVariables(Req.GlobalDefines, SM);
if (DefineError) {
logAllUnhandledErrors(std::move(DefineError), errs());
return true;
}
PatternContext->createLineVariable();
std::vector<Pattern> ImplicitNegativeChecks;
for (StringRef PatternString : Req.ImplicitCheckNot) {
// Create a buffer with fake command line content in order to display the
// command line option responsible for the specific implicit CHECK-NOT.
std::string Prefix = "-implicit-check-not='";
std::string Suffix = "'";
std::unique_ptr<MemoryBuffer> CmdLine = MemoryBuffer::getMemBufferCopy(
(Prefix + PatternString + Suffix).str(), "command line");
StringRef PatternInBuffer =
CmdLine->getBuffer().substr(Prefix.size(), PatternString.size());
unsigned BufferID = SM.AddNewSourceBuffer(std::move(CmdLine), SMLoc());
if (ImpPatBufferIDRange) {
if (ImpPatBufferIDRange->first == ImpPatBufferIDRange->second) {
ImpPatBufferIDRange->first = BufferID;
ImpPatBufferIDRange->second = BufferID + 1;
} else {
assert(BufferID == ImpPatBufferIDRange->second &&
"expected consecutive source buffer IDs");
++ImpPatBufferIDRange->second;
}
}
ImplicitNegativeChecks.push_back(
Pattern(Check::CheckNot, PatternContext.get()));
ImplicitNegativeChecks.back().parsePattern(PatternInBuffer,
"IMPLICIT-CHECK", SM, Req);
}
std::vector<Pattern> DagNotMatches = ImplicitNegativeChecks;
// LineNumber keeps track of the line on which CheckPrefix instances are
// found.
unsigned LineNumber = 1;
std::set<StringRef> PrefixesNotFound(Req.CheckPrefixes.begin(),
Req.CheckPrefixes.end());
const size_t DistinctPrefixes = PrefixesNotFound.size();
while (true) {
Check::FileCheckType CheckTy;
// See if a prefix occurs in the memory buffer.
StringRef UsedPrefix;
StringRef AfterSuffix;
std::tie(UsedPrefix, AfterSuffix) =
FindFirstMatchingPrefix(Req, PrefixRE, Buffer, LineNumber, CheckTy);
if (UsedPrefix.empty())
break;
if (CheckTy != Check::CheckComment)
PrefixesNotFound.erase(UsedPrefix);
assert(UsedPrefix.data() == Buffer.data() &&
"Failed to move Buffer's start forward, or pointed prefix outside "
"of the buffer!");
assert(AfterSuffix.data() >= Buffer.data() &&
AfterSuffix.data() < Buffer.data() + Buffer.size() &&
"Parsing after suffix doesn't start inside of buffer!");
// Location to use for error messages.
const char *UsedPrefixStart = UsedPrefix.data();
// Skip the buffer to the end of parsed suffix (or just prefix, if no good
// suffix was processed).
Buffer = AfterSuffix.empty() ? Buffer.drop_front(UsedPrefix.size())
: AfterSuffix;
// Complain about useful-looking but unsupported suffixes.
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckBadNot) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"unsupported -NOT combo on prefix '" + UsedPrefix + "'");
return true;
}
// Complain about invalid count specification.
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckBadCount) {
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"invalid count in -COUNT specification on prefix '" +
UsedPrefix + "'");
return true;
}
// Okay, we found the prefix, yay. Remember the rest of the line, but ignore
// leading whitespace.
if (!(Req.NoCanonicalizeWhiteSpace && Req.MatchFullLines))
Buffer = Buffer.substr(Buffer.find_first_not_of(" \t"));
// Scan ahead to the end of line.
size_t EOL = Buffer.find_first_of("\n\r");
// Remember the location of the start of the pattern, for diagnostics.
SMLoc PatternLoc = SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data());
// Extract the pattern from the buffer.
StringRef PatternBuffer = Buffer.substr(0, EOL);
Buffer = Buffer.substr(EOL);
// If this is a comment, we're done.
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckComment)
continue;
// Parse the pattern.
Pattern P(CheckTy, PatternContext.get(), LineNumber);
if (P.parsePattern(PatternBuffer, UsedPrefix, SM, Req))
return true;
// Verify that CHECK-LABEL lines do not define or use variables
if ((CheckTy == Check::CheckLabel) && P.hasVariable()) {
SM.PrintMessage(
SMLoc::getFromPointer(UsedPrefixStart), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"found '" + UsedPrefix + "-LABEL:'"
" with variable definition or use");
return true;
}
// Verify that CHECK-NEXT/SAME/EMPTY lines have at least one CHECK line before them.
if ((CheckTy == Check::CheckNext || CheckTy == Check::CheckSame ||
CheckTy == Check::CheckEmpty) &&
CheckStrings->empty()) {
StringRef Type = CheckTy == Check::CheckNext
? "NEXT"
: CheckTy == Check::CheckEmpty ? "EMPTY" : "SAME";
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(UsedPrefixStart),
SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"found '" + UsedPrefix + "-" + Type +
"' without previous '" + UsedPrefix + ": line");
return true;
}
// Handle CHECK-DAG/-NOT.
if (CheckTy == Check::CheckDAG || CheckTy == Check::CheckNot) {
DagNotMatches.push_back(P);
continue;
}
// Okay, add the string we captured to the output vector and move on.
CheckStrings->emplace_back(P, UsedPrefix, PatternLoc);
std::swap(DagNotMatches, CheckStrings->back().DagNotStrings);
DagNotMatches = ImplicitNegativeChecks;
}
// When there are no used prefixes we report an error except in the case that
// no prefix is specified explicitly but -implicit-check-not is specified.
const bool NoPrefixesFound = PrefixesNotFound.size() == DistinctPrefixes;
const bool SomePrefixesUnexpectedlyNotUsed =
!Req.AllowUnusedPrefixes && !PrefixesNotFound.empty();
if ((NoPrefixesFound || SomePrefixesUnexpectedlyNotUsed) &&
(ImplicitNegativeChecks.empty() || !Req.IsDefaultCheckPrefix)) {
errs() << "error: no check strings found with prefix"
<< (PrefixesNotFound.size() > 1 ? "es " : " ");
bool First = true;
for (StringRef MissingPrefix : PrefixesNotFound) {
if (!First)
errs() << ", ";
errs() << "\'" << MissingPrefix << ":'";
First = false;
}
errs() << '\n';
return true;
}
// Add an EOF pattern for any trailing --implicit-check-not/CHECK-DAG/-NOTs,
// and use the first prefix as a filler for the error message.
if (!DagNotMatches.empty()) {
CheckStrings->emplace_back(
Pattern(Check::CheckEOF, PatternContext.get(), LineNumber + 1),
*Req.CheckPrefixes.begin(), SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data()));
std::swap(DagNotMatches, CheckStrings->back().DagNotStrings);
}
return false;
}
/// Returns either (1) \c ErrorSuccess if there was no error or (2)
/// \c ErrorReported if an error was reported, such as an unexpected match.
static Error printMatch(bool ExpectedMatch, const SourceMgr &SM,
StringRef Prefix, SMLoc Loc, const Pattern &Pat,
int MatchedCount, StringRef Buffer,
Pattern::MatchResult MatchResult,
const FileCheckRequest &Req,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) {
// Suppress some verbosity if there's no error.
bool HasError = !ExpectedMatch || MatchResult.TheError;
bool PrintDiag = true;
if (!HasError) {
if (!Req.Verbose)
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
if (!Req.VerboseVerbose && Pat.getCheckTy() == Check::CheckEOF)
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
// Due to their verbosity, we don't print verbose diagnostics here if we're
// gathering them for Diags to be rendered elsewhere, but we always print
// other diagnostics.
PrintDiag = !Diags;
}
// Add "found" diagnostic, substitutions, and variable definitions to Diags.
FileCheckDiag::MatchType MatchTy = ExpectedMatch
? FileCheckDiag::MatchFoundAndExpected
: FileCheckDiag::MatchFoundButExcluded;
SMRange MatchRange = ProcessMatchResult(MatchTy, SM, Loc, Pat.getCheckTy(),
Buffer, MatchResult.TheMatch->Pos,
MatchResult.TheMatch->Len, Diags);
if (Diags) {
Pat.printSubstitutions(SM, Buffer, MatchRange, MatchTy, Diags);
Pat.printVariableDefs(SM, MatchTy, Diags);
}
if (!PrintDiag) {
assert(!HasError && "expected to report more diagnostics for error");
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
}
// Print the match.
std::string Message = formatv("{0}: {1} string found in input",
Pat.getCheckTy().getDescription(Prefix),
(ExpectedMatch ? "expected" : "excluded"))
.str();
if (Pat.getCount() > 1)
Message += formatv(" ({0} out of {1})", MatchedCount, Pat.getCount()).str();
SM.PrintMessage(
Loc, ExpectedMatch ? SourceMgr::DK_Remark : SourceMgr::DK_Error, Message);
SM.PrintMessage(MatchRange.Start, SourceMgr::DK_Note, "found here",
{MatchRange});
// Print additional information, which can be useful even if there are errors.
Pat.printSubstitutions(SM, Buffer, MatchRange, MatchTy, nullptr);
Pat.printVariableDefs(SM, MatchTy, nullptr);
// Print errors and add them to Diags. We report these errors after the match
// itself because we found them after the match. If we had found them before
// the match, we'd be in printNoMatch.
handleAllErrors(std::move(MatchResult.TheError),
[&](const ErrorDiagnostic &E) {
E.log(errs());
if (Diags) {
Diags->emplace_back(SM, Pat.getCheckTy(), Loc,
FileCheckDiag::MatchFoundErrorNote,
E.getRange(), E.getMessage().str());
}
});
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
}
/// Returns either (1) \c ErrorSuccess if there was no error, or (2)
/// \c ErrorReported if an error was reported, such as an expected match not
/// found.
static Error printNoMatch(bool ExpectedMatch, const SourceMgr &SM,
StringRef Prefix, SMLoc Loc, const Pattern &Pat,
int MatchedCount, StringRef Buffer, Error MatchError,
bool VerboseVerbose,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) {
// Print any pattern errors, and record them to be added to Diags later.
bool HasError = ExpectedMatch;
bool HasPatternError = false;
FileCheckDiag::MatchType MatchTy = ExpectedMatch
? FileCheckDiag::MatchNoneButExpected
: FileCheckDiag::MatchNoneAndExcluded;
SmallVector<std::string, 4> ErrorMsgs;
handleAllErrors(
std::move(MatchError),
[&](const ErrorDiagnostic &E) {
HasError = HasPatternError = true;
MatchTy = FileCheckDiag::MatchNoneForInvalidPattern;
E.log(errs());
if (Diags)
ErrorMsgs.push_back(E.getMessage().str());
},
// UndefVarError is reported in printSubstitutions below.
// FIXME: It probably should be handled as a pattern error and actually
// change the exit status to 1, even if !ExpectedMatch. To do so, we
// could stop calling printSubstitutions and actually report the error
// here as we do ErrorDiagnostic above.
[](const UndefVarError &E) {},
// NotFoundError is why printNoMatch was invoked.
[](const NotFoundError &E) {});
// Suppress some verbosity if there's no error.
bool PrintDiag = true;
if (!HasError) {
if (!VerboseVerbose)
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
// Due to their verbosity, we don't print verbose diagnostics here if we're
// gathering them for Diags to be rendered elsewhere, but we always print
// other diagnostics.
PrintDiag = !Diags;
}
// Add "not found" diagnostic, substitutions, and pattern errors to Diags.
//
// We handle Diags a little differently than the errors we print directly:
// we add the "not found" diagnostic to Diags even if there are pattern
// errors. The reason is that we need to attach pattern errors as notes
// somewhere in the input, and the input search range from the "not found"
// diagnostic is all we have to anchor them.
SMRange SearchRange = ProcessMatchResult(MatchTy, SM, Loc, Pat.getCheckTy(),
Buffer, 0, Buffer.size(), Diags);
if (Diags) {
SMRange NoteRange = SMRange(SearchRange.Start, SearchRange.Start);
for (StringRef ErrorMsg : ErrorMsgs)
Diags->emplace_back(SM, Pat.getCheckTy(), Loc, MatchTy, NoteRange,
ErrorMsg);
Pat.printSubstitutions(SM, Buffer, SearchRange, MatchTy, Diags);
}
if (!PrintDiag) {
assert(!HasError && "expected to report more diagnostics for error");
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
}
// Print "not found" diagnostic, except that's implied if we already printed a
// pattern error.
if (!HasPatternError) {
std::string Message = formatv("{0}: {1} string not found in input",
Pat.getCheckTy().getDescription(Prefix),
(ExpectedMatch ? "expected" : "excluded"))
.str();
if (Pat.getCount() > 1)
Message +=
formatv(" ({0} out of {1})", MatchedCount, Pat.getCount()).str();
SM.PrintMessage(Loc,
ExpectedMatch ? SourceMgr::DK_Error : SourceMgr::DK_Remark,
Message);
SM.PrintMessage(SearchRange.Start, SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"scanning from here");
}
// Print additional information, which can be useful even after a pattern
// error.
Pat.printSubstitutions(SM, Buffer, SearchRange, MatchTy, nullptr);
if (ExpectedMatch)
Pat.printFuzzyMatch(SM, Buffer, Diags);
return ErrorReported::reportedOrSuccess(HasError);
}
/// Returns either (1) \c ErrorSuccess if there was no error, or (2)
/// \c ErrorReported if an error was reported.
static Error reportMatchResult(bool ExpectedMatch, const SourceMgr &SM,
StringRef Prefix, SMLoc Loc, const Pattern &Pat,
int MatchedCount, StringRef Buffer,
Pattern::MatchResult MatchResult,
const FileCheckRequest &Req,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) {
if (MatchResult.TheMatch)
return printMatch(ExpectedMatch, SM, Prefix, Loc, Pat, MatchedCount, Buffer,
std::move(MatchResult), Req, Diags);
return printNoMatch(ExpectedMatch, SM, Prefix, Loc, Pat, MatchedCount, Buffer,
std::move(MatchResult.TheError), Req.VerboseVerbose,
Diags);
}
/// Counts the number of newlines in the specified range.
static unsigned CountNumNewlinesBetween(StringRef Range,
const char *&FirstNewLine) {
unsigned NumNewLines = 0;
while (1) {
// Scan for newline.
Range = Range.substr(Range.find_first_of("\n\r"));
if (Range.empty())
return NumNewLines;
++NumNewLines;
// Handle \n\r and \r\n as a single newline.
if (Range.size() > 1 && (Range[1] == '\n' || Range[1] == '\r') &&
(Range[0] != Range[1]))
Range = Range.substr(1);
Range = Range.substr(1);
if (NumNewLines == 1)
FirstNewLine = Range.begin();
}
}
size_t FileCheckString::Check(const SourceMgr &SM, StringRef Buffer,
bool IsLabelScanMode, size_t &MatchLen,
FileCheckRequest &Req,
std::vector<FileCheckDiag> *Diags) const {
size_t LastPos = 0;
std::vector<const Pattern *> NotStrings;
// IsLabelScanMode is true when we are scanning forward to find CHECK-LABEL
// bounds; we have not processed variable definitions within the bounded block
// yet so cannot handle any final CHECK-DAG yet; this is handled when going
// over the block again (including the last CHECK-LABEL) in normal mode.
if (!IsLabelScanMode) {
// Match "dag strings" (with mixed "not strings" if any).
LastPos = CheckDag(SM, Buffer, NotStrings, Req, Diags);
if (LastPos == StringRef::npos)
return StringRef::npos;
}
// Match itself from the last position after matching CHECK-DAG.
size_t LastMatchEnd = LastPos;
size_t FirstMatchPos = 0;
// Go match the pattern Count times. Majority of patterns only match with
// count 1 though.
assert(Pat.getCount() != 0 && "pattern count can not be zero");
for (int i = 1; i <= Pat.getCount(); i++) {
StringRef MatchBuffer = Buffer.substr(LastMatchEnd);
// get a match at current start point
Pattern::MatchResult MatchResult = Pat.match(MatchBuffer, SM);
// report
if (Error Err = reportMatchResult(/*ExpectedMatch=*/true, SM, Prefix, Loc,
Pat, i, MatchBuffer,
std::move(MatchResult), Req, Diags)) {
cantFail(handleErrors(std::move(Err), [&](const ErrorReported &E) {}));
return StringRef::npos;
}
size_t MatchPos = MatchResult.TheMatch->Pos;
if (i == 1)
FirstMatchPos = LastPos + MatchPos;
// move start point after the match
LastMatchEnd += MatchPos + MatchResult.TheMatch->Len;
}
// Full match len counts from first match pos.
MatchLen = LastMatchEnd - FirstMatchPos;
// Similar to the above, in "label-scan mode" we can't yet handle CHECK-NEXT
// or CHECK-NOT
if (!IsLabelScanMode) {
size_t MatchPos = FirstMatchPos - LastPos;
StringRef MatchBuffer = Buffer.substr(LastPos);
StringRef SkippedRegion = Buffer.substr(LastPos, MatchPos);
// If this check is a "CHECK-NEXT", verify that the previous match was on
// the previous line (i.e. that there is one newline between them).
if (CheckNext(SM, SkippedRegion)) {
ProcessMatchResult(FileCheckDiag::MatchFoundButWrongLine, SM, Loc,
Pat.getCheckTy(), MatchBuffer, MatchPos, MatchLen,
Diags, Req.Verbose);
return StringRef::npos;
}
// If this check is a "CHECK-SAME", verify that the previous match was on
// the same line (i.e. that there is no newline between them).
if (CheckSame(SM, SkippedRegion)) {
ProcessMatchResult(FileCheckDiag::MatchFoundButWrongLine, SM, Loc,
Pat.getCheckTy(), MatchBuffer, MatchPos, MatchLen,
Diags, Req.Verbose);
return StringRef::npos;
}
// If this match had "not strings", verify that they don't exist in the
// skipped region.
if (CheckNot(SM, SkippedRegion, NotStrings, Req, Diags))
return StringRef::npos;
}
return FirstMatchPos;
}
bool FileCheckString::CheckNext(const SourceMgr &SM, StringRef Buffer) const {
if (Pat.getCheckTy() != Check::CheckNext &&
Pat.getCheckTy() != Check::CheckEmpty)
return false;
Twine CheckName =
Prefix +
Twine(Pat.getCheckTy() == Check::CheckEmpty ? "-EMPTY" : "-NEXT");
// Count the number of newlines between the previous match and this one.
const char *FirstNewLine = nullptr;
unsigned NumNewLines = CountNumNewlinesBetween(Buffer, FirstNewLine);
if (NumNewLines == 0) {
SM.PrintMessage(Loc, SourceMgr::DK_Error,
CheckName + ": is on the same line as previous match");
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.end()), SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"'next' match was here");
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"previous match ended here");
return true;
}
if (NumNewLines != 1) {
SM.PrintMessage(Loc, SourceMgr::DK_Error,
CheckName +
": is not on the line after the previous match");
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.end()), SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"'next' match was here");
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(Buffer.data()), SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"previous match ended here");
SM.PrintMessage(SMLoc::getFromPointer(FirstNewLine), SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"non-matching line after previous match is here");
return true;
}