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//===- AsmParser.cpp - Parser for Assembly Files --------------------------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This class implements the parser for assembly files.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "llvm/ADT/APFloat.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallString.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringMap.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Twine.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCAsmInfo.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCContext.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCDwarf.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCExpr.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCParser/AsmCond.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCParser/AsmLexer.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCParser/MCAsmParser.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCParser/MCParsedAsmOperand.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCRegisterInfo.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCSectionMachO.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCStreamer.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCSymbol.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCTargetAsmParser.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CommandLine.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MathExtras.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MemoryBuffer.h"
#include "llvm/Support/SourceMgr.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include <cctype>
#include <vector>
using namespace llvm;
static cl::opt<bool>
FatalAssemblerWarnings("fatal-assembler-warnings",
cl::desc("Consider warnings as error"));
namespace {
/// \brief Helper class for tracking macro definitions.
struct Macro {
StringRef Name;
StringRef Body;
std::vector<StringRef> Parameters;
public:
Macro(StringRef N, StringRef B, const std::vector<StringRef> &P) :
Name(N), Body(B), Parameters(P) {}
};
/// \brief Helper class for storing information about an active macro
/// instantiation.
struct MacroInstantiation {
/// The macro being instantiated.
const Macro *TheMacro;
/// The macro instantiation with substitutions.
MemoryBuffer *Instantiation;
/// The location of the instantiation.
SMLoc InstantiationLoc;
/// The location where parsing should resume upon instantiation completion.
SMLoc ExitLoc;
public:
MacroInstantiation(const Macro *M, SMLoc IL, SMLoc EL,
MemoryBuffer *I);
};
/// \brief The concrete assembly parser instance.
class AsmParser : public MCAsmParser {
friend class GenericAsmParser;
AsmParser(const AsmParser &); // DO NOT IMPLEMENT
void operator=(const AsmParser &); // DO NOT IMPLEMENT
private:
AsmLexer Lexer;
MCContext &Ctx;
MCStreamer &Out;
const MCAsmInfo &MAI;
SourceMgr &SrcMgr;
SourceMgr::DiagHandlerTy SavedDiagHandler;
void *SavedDiagContext;
MCAsmParserExtension *GenericParser;
MCAsmParserExtension *PlatformParser;
/// This is the current buffer index we're lexing from as managed by the
/// SourceMgr object.
int CurBuffer;
AsmCond TheCondState;
std::vector<AsmCond> TheCondStack;
/// DirectiveMap - This is a table handlers for directives. Each handler is
/// invoked after the directive identifier is read and is responsible for
/// parsing and validating the rest of the directive. The handler is passed
/// in the directive name and the location of the directive keyword.
StringMap<std::pair<MCAsmParserExtension*, DirectiveHandler> > DirectiveMap;
/// MacroMap - Map of currently defined macros.
StringMap<Macro*> MacroMap;
/// ActiveMacros - Stack of active macro instantiations.
std::vector<MacroInstantiation*> ActiveMacros;
/// Boolean tracking whether macro substitution is enabled.
unsigned MacrosEnabled : 1;
/// Flag tracking whether any errors have been encountered.
unsigned HadError : 1;
/// The values from the last parsed cpp hash file line comment if any.
StringRef CppHashFilename;
int64_t CppHashLineNumber;
SMLoc CppHashLoc;
/// AssemblerDialect. ~OU means unset value and use value provided by MAI.
unsigned AssemblerDialect;
public:
AsmParser(SourceMgr &SM, MCContext &Ctx, MCStreamer &Out,
const MCAsmInfo &MAI);
~AsmParser();
virtual bool Run(bool NoInitialTextSection, bool NoFinalize = false);
void AddDirectiveHandler(MCAsmParserExtension *Object,
StringRef Directive,
DirectiveHandler Handler) {
DirectiveMap[Directive] = std::make_pair(Object, Handler);
}
public:
/// @name MCAsmParser Interface
/// {
virtual SourceMgr &getSourceManager() { return SrcMgr; }
virtual MCAsmLexer &getLexer() { return Lexer; }
virtual MCContext &getContext() { return Ctx; }
virtual MCStreamer &getStreamer() { return Out; }
virtual unsigned getAssemblerDialect() {
if (AssemblerDialect == ~0U)
return MAI.getAssemblerDialect();
else
return AssemblerDialect;
}
virtual void setAssemblerDialect(unsigned i) {
AssemblerDialect = i;
}
virtual bool Warning(SMLoc L, const Twine &Msg,
ArrayRef<SMRange> Ranges = ArrayRef<SMRange>());
virtual bool Error(SMLoc L, const Twine &Msg,
ArrayRef<SMRange> Ranges = ArrayRef<SMRange>());
const AsmToken &Lex();
bool ParseExpression(const MCExpr *&Res);
virtual bool ParseExpression(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
virtual bool ParseParenExpression(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
virtual bool ParseAbsoluteExpression(int64_t &Res);
/// }
private:
void CheckForValidSection();
bool ParseStatement();
void EatToEndOfLine();
bool ParseCppHashLineFilenameComment(const SMLoc &L);
bool HandleMacroEntry(StringRef Name, SMLoc NameLoc, const Macro *M);
bool expandMacro(SmallString<256> &Buf, StringRef Body,
const std::vector<StringRef> &Parameters,
const std::vector<std::vector<AsmToken> > &A,
const SMLoc &L);
void HandleMacroExit();
void PrintMacroInstantiations();
void PrintMessage(SMLoc Loc, SourceMgr::DiagKind Kind, const Twine &Msg,
ArrayRef<SMRange> Ranges = ArrayRef<SMRange>()) const {
SrcMgr.PrintMessage(Loc, Kind, Msg, Ranges);
}
static void DiagHandler(const SMDiagnostic &Diag, void *Context);
/// EnterIncludeFile - Enter the specified file. This returns true on failure.
bool EnterIncludeFile(const std::string &Filename);
/// ProcessIncbinFile - Process the specified file for the .incbin directive.
/// This returns true on failure.
bool ProcessIncbinFile(const std::string &Filename);
/// \brief Reset the current lexer position to that given by \arg Loc. The
/// current token is not set; clients should ensure Lex() is called
/// subsequently.
void JumpToLoc(SMLoc Loc);
void EatToEndOfStatement();
/// \brief Parse up to the end of statement and a return the contents from the
/// current token until the end of the statement; the current token on exit
/// will be either the EndOfStatement or EOF.
StringRef ParseStringToEndOfStatement();
bool ParseAssignment(StringRef Name, bool allow_redef);
bool ParsePrimaryExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
bool ParseBinOpRHS(unsigned Precedence, const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
bool ParseParenExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
bool ParseBracketExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc);
/// ParseIdentifier - Parse an identifier or string (as a quoted identifier)
/// and set \arg Res to the identifier contents.
bool ParseIdentifier(StringRef &Res);
// Directive Parsing.
// ".ascii", ".asciiz", ".string"
bool ParseDirectiveAscii(StringRef IDVal, bool ZeroTerminated);
bool ParseDirectiveValue(unsigned Size); // ".byte", ".long", ...
bool ParseDirectiveRealValue(const fltSemantics &); // ".single", ...
bool ParseDirectiveFill(); // ".fill"
bool ParseDirectiveSpace(); // ".space"
bool ParseDirectiveZero(); // ".zero"
bool ParseDirectiveSet(StringRef IDVal, bool allow_redef); // ".set", ".equ", ".equiv"
bool ParseDirectiveOrg(); // ".org"
// ".align{,32}", ".p2align{,w,l}"
bool ParseDirectiveAlign(bool IsPow2, unsigned ValueSize);
/// ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute - Parse a directive like ".globl" which
/// accepts a single symbol (which should be a label or an external).
bool ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSymbolAttr Attr);
bool ParseDirectiveComm(bool IsLocal); // ".comm" and ".lcomm"
bool ParseDirectiveAbort(); // ".abort"
bool ParseDirectiveInclude(); // ".include"
bool ParseDirectiveIncbin(); // ".incbin"
bool ParseDirectiveIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc); // ".if"
// ".ifdef" or ".ifndef", depending on expect_defined
bool ParseDirectiveIfdef(SMLoc DirectiveLoc, bool expect_defined);
bool ParseDirectiveElseIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc); // ".elseif"
bool ParseDirectiveElse(SMLoc DirectiveLoc); // ".else"
bool ParseDirectiveEndIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc); // .endif
/// ParseEscapedString - Parse the current token as a string which may include
/// escaped characters and return the string contents.
bool ParseEscapedString(std::string &Data);
const MCExpr *ApplyModifierToExpr(const MCExpr *E,
MCSymbolRefExpr::VariantKind Variant);
};
/// \brief Generic implementations of directive handling, etc. which is shared
/// (or the default, at least) for all assembler parser.
class GenericAsmParser : public MCAsmParserExtension {
template<bool (GenericAsmParser::*Handler)(StringRef, SMLoc)>
void AddDirectiveHandler(StringRef Directive) {
getParser().AddDirectiveHandler(this, Directive,
HandleDirective<GenericAsmParser, Handler>);
}
public:
GenericAsmParser() {}
AsmParser &getParser() {
return (AsmParser&) this->MCAsmParserExtension::getParser();
}
virtual void Initialize(MCAsmParser &Parser) {
// Call the base implementation.
this->MCAsmParserExtension::Initialize(Parser);
// Debugging directives.
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveFile>(".file");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLine>(".line");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLoc>(".loc");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveStabs>(".stabs");
// CFI directives.
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFISections>(
".cfi_sections");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIStartProc>(
".cfi_startproc");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIEndProc>(
".cfi_endproc");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfa>(
".cfi_def_cfa");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfaOffset>(
".cfi_def_cfa_offset");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIAdjustCfaOffset>(
".cfi_adjust_cfa_offset");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfaRegister>(
".cfi_def_cfa_register");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIOffset>(
".cfi_offset");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIRelOffset>(
".cfi_rel_offset");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIPersonalityOrLsda>(".cfi_personality");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIPersonalityOrLsda>(".cfi_lsda");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIRememberState>(".cfi_remember_state");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIRestoreState>(".cfi_restore_state");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFISameValue>(".cfi_same_value");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIRestore>(".cfi_restore");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFIEscape>(".cfi_escape");
AddDirectiveHandler<
&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveCFISignalFrame>(".cfi_signal_frame");
// Macro directives.
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveMacrosOnOff>(
".macros_on");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveMacrosOnOff>(
".macros_off");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveMacro>(".macro");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveEndMacro>(".endm");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveEndMacro>(".endmacro");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLEB128>(".sleb128");
AddDirectiveHandler<&GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLEB128>(".uleb128");
}
bool ParseRegisterOrRegisterNumber(int64_t &Register, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveFile(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveLine(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveLoc(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveStabs(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFISections(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIStartProc(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIEndProc(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfa(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfaOffset(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIAdjustCfaOffset(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIDefCfaRegister(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIOffset(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIRelOffset(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIPersonalityOrLsda(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIRememberState(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIRestoreState(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFISameValue(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIRestore(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFIEscape(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveCFISignalFrame(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveMacrosOnOff(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveMacro(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveEndMacro(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc);
bool ParseDirectiveLEB128(StringRef, SMLoc);
};
}
namespace llvm {
extern MCAsmParserExtension *createDarwinAsmParser();
extern MCAsmParserExtension *createELFAsmParser();
extern MCAsmParserExtension *createCOFFAsmParser();
}
enum { DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE = 0 };
AsmParser::AsmParser(SourceMgr &_SM, MCContext &_Ctx,
MCStreamer &_Out, const MCAsmInfo &_MAI)
: Lexer(_MAI), Ctx(_Ctx), Out(_Out), MAI(_MAI), SrcMgr(_SM),
GenericParser(new GenericAsmParser), PlatformParser(0),
CurBuffer(0), MacrosEnabled(true), CppHashLineNumber(0),
AssemblerDialect(~0U) {
// Save the old handler.
SavedDiagHandler = SrcMgr.getDiagHandler();
SavedDiagContext = SrcMgr.getDiagContext();
// Set our own handler which calls the saved handler.
SrcMgr.setDiagHandler(DiagHandler, this);
Lexer.setBuffer(SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(CurBuffer));
// Initialize the generic parser.
GenericParser->Initialize(*this);
// Initialize the platform / file format parser.
//
// FIXME: This is a hack, we need to (majorly) cleanup how these objects are
// created.
if (_MAI.hasMicrosoftFastStdCallMangling()) {
PlatformParser = createCOFFAsmParser();
PlatformParser->Initialize(*this);
} else if (_MAI.hasSubsectionsViaSymbols()) {
PlatformParser = createDarwinAsmParser();
PlatformParser->Initialize(*this);
} else {
PlatformParser = createELFAsmParser();
PlatformParser->Initialize(*this);
}
}
AsmParser::~AsmParser() {
assert(ActiveMacros.empty() && "Unexpected active macro instantiation!");
// Destroy any macros.
for (StringMap<Macro*>::iterator it = MacroMap.begin(),
ie = MacroMap.end(); it != ie; ++it)
delete it->getValue();
delete PlatformParser;
delete GenericParser;
}
void AsmParser::PrintMacroInstantiations() {
// Print the active macro instantiation stack.
for (std::vector<MacroInstantiation*>::const_reverse_iterator
it = ActiveMacros.rbegin(), ie = ActiveMacros.rend(); it != ie; ++it)
PrintMessage((*it)->InstantiationLoc, SourceMgr::DK_Note,
"while in macro instantiation");
}
bool AsmParser::Warning(SMLoc L, const Twine &Msg, ArrayRef<SMRange> Ranges) {
if (FatalAssemblerWarnings)
return Error(L, Msg, Ranges);
PrintMessage(L, SourceMgr::DK_Warning, Msg, Ranges);
PrintMacroInstantiations();
return false;
}
bool AsmParser::Error(SMLoc L, const Twine &Msg, ArrayRef<SMRange> Ranges) {
HadError = true;
PrintMessage(L, SourceMgr::DK_Error, Msg, Ranges);
PrintMacroInstantiations();
return true;
}
bool AsmParser::EnterIncludeFile(const std::string &Filename) {
std::string IncludedFile;
int NewBuf = SrcMgr.AddIncludeFile(Filename, Lexer.getLoc(), IncludedFile);
if (NewBuf == -1)
return true;
CurBuffer = NewBuf;
Lexer.setBuffer(SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(CurBuffer));
return false;
}
/// Process the specified .incbin file by seaching for it in the include paths
/// then just emiting the byte contents of the file to the streamer. This
/// returns true on failure.
bool AsmParser::ProcessIncbinFile(const std::string &Filename) {
std::string IncludedFile;
int NewBuf = SrcMgr.AddIncludeFile(Filename, Lexer.getLoc(), IncludedFile);
if (NewBuf == -1)
return true;
// Pick up the bytes from the file and emit them.
getStreamer().EmitBytes(SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(NewBuf)->getBuffer(),
DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
return false;
}
void AsmParser::JumpToLoc(SMLoc Loc) {
CurBuffer = SrcMgr.FindBufferContainingLoc(Loc);
Lexer.setBuffer(SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(CurBuffer), Loc.getPointer());
}
const AsmToken &AsmParser::Lex() {
const AsmToken *tok = &Lexer.Lex();
if (tok->is(AsmToken::Eof)) {
// If this is the end of an included file, pop the parent file off the
// include stack.
SMLoc ParentIncludeLoc = SrcMgr.getParentIncludeLoc(CurBuffer);
if (ParentIncludeLoc != SMLoc()) {
JumpToLoc(ParentIncludeLoc);
tok = &Lexer.Lex();
}
}
if (tok->is(AsmToken::Error))
Error(Lexer.getErrLoc(), Lexer.getErr());
return *tok;
}
bool AsmParser::Run(bool NoInitialTextSection, bool NoFinalize) {
// Create the initial section, if requested.
if (!NoInitialTextSection)
Out.InitSections();
// Prime the lexer.
Lex();
HadError = false;
AsmCond StartingCondState = TheCondState;
// If we are generating dwarf for assembly source files save the initial text
// section and generate a .file directive.
if (getContext().getGenDwarfForAssembly()) {
getContext().setGenDwarfSection(getStreamer().getCurrentSection());
MCSymbol *SectionStartSym = getContext().CreateTempSymbol();
getStreamer().EmitLabel(SectionStartSym);
getContext().setGenDwarfSectionStartSym(SectionStartSym);
getStreamer().EmitDwarfFileDirective(getContext().nextGenDwarfFileNumber(),
StringRef(), SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(CurBuffer)->getBufferIdentifier());
}
// While we have input, parse each statement.
while (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Eof)) {
if (!ParseStatement()) continue;
// We had an error, validate that one was emitted and recover by skipping to
// the next line.
assert(HadError && "Parse statement returned an error, but none emitted!");
EatToEndOfStatement();
}
if (TheCondState.TheCond != StartingCondState.TheCond ||
TheCondState.Ignore != StartingCondState.Ignore)
return TokError("unmatched .ifs or .elses");
// Check to see there are no empty DwarfFile slots.
const std::vector<MCDwarfFile *> &MCDwarfFiles =
getContext().getMCDwarfFiles();
for (unsigned i = 1; i < MCDwarfFiles.size(); i++) {
if (!MCDwarfFiles[i])
TokError("unassigned file number: " + Twine(i) + " for .file directives");
}
// Check to see that all assembler local symbols were actually defined.
// Targets that don't do subsections via symbols may not want this, though,
// so conservatively exclude them. Only do this if we're finalizing, though,
// as otherwise we won't necessarilly have seen everything yet.
if (!NoFinalize && MAI.hasSubsectionsViaSymbols()) {
const MCContext::SymbolTable &Symbols = getContext().getSymbols();
for (MCContext::SymbolTable::const_iterator i = Symbols.begin(),
e = Symbols.end();
i != e; ++i) {
MCSymbol *Sym = i->getValue();
// Variable symbols may not be marked as defined, so check those
// explicitly. If we know it's a variable, we have a definition for
// the purposes of this check.
if (Sym->isTemporary() && !Sym->isVariable() && !Sym->isDefined())
// FIXME: We would really like to refer back to where the symbol was
// first referenced for a source location. We need to add something
// to track that. Currently, we just point to the end of the file.
PrintMessage(getLexer().getLoc(), SourceMgr::DK_Error,
"assembler local symbol '" + Sym->getName() +
"' not defined");
}
}
// Finalize the output stream if there are no errors and if the client wants
// us to.
if (!HadError && !NoFinalize)
Out.Finish();
return HadError;
}
void AsmParser::CheckForValidSection() {
if (!getStreamer().getCurrentSection()) {
TokError("expected section directive before assembly directive");
Out.SwitchSection(Ctx.getMachOSection(
"__TEXT", "__text",
MCSectionMachO::S_ATTR_PURE_INSTRUCTIONS,
0, SectionKind::getText()));
}
}
/// EatToEndOfStatement - Throw away the rest of the line for testing purposes.
void AsmParser::EatToEndOfStatement() {
while (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement) &&
Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Eof))
Lex();
// Eat EOL.
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
Lex();
}
StringRef AsmParser::ParseStringToEndOfStatement() {
const char *Start = getTok().getLoc().getPointer();
while (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement) &&
Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Eof))
Lex();
const char *End = getTok().getLoc().getPointer();
return StringRef(Start, End - Start);
}
/// ParseParenExpr - Parse a paren expression and return it.
/// NOTE: This assumes the leading '(' has already been consumed.
///
/// parenexpr ::= expr)
///
bool AsmParser::ParseParenExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc) {
if (ParseExpression(Res)) return true;
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::RParen))
return TokError("expected ')' in parentheses expression");
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParseBracketExpr - Parse a bracket expression and return it.
/// NOTE: This assumes the leading '[' has already been consumed.
///
/// bracketexpr ::= expr]
///
bool AsmParser::ParseBracketExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc) {
if (ParseExpression(Res)) return true;
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::RBrac))
return TokError("expected ']' in brackets expression");
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParsePrimaryExpr - Parse a primary expression and return it.
/// primaryexpr ::= (parenexpr
/// primaryexpr ::= symbol
/// primaryexpr ::= number
/// primaryexpr ::= '.'
/// primaryexpr ::= ~,+,- primaryexpr
bool AsmParser::ParsePrimaryExpr(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc) {
switch (Lexer.getKind()) {
default:
return TokError("unknown token in expression");
// If we have an error assume that we've already handled it.
case AsmToken::Error:
return true;
case AsmToken::Exclaim:
Lex(); // Eat the operator.
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(Res, EndLoc))
return true;
Res = MCUnaryExpr::CreateLNot(Res, getContext());
return false;
case AsmToken::Dollar:
case AsmToken::String:
case AsmToken::Identifier: {
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
StringRef Identifier;
if (ParseIdentifier(Identifier))
return true;
// This is a symbol reference.
std::pair<StringRef, StringRef> Split = Identifier.split('@');
MCSymbol *Sym = getContext().GetOrCreateSymbol(Split.first);
// Lookup the symbol variant if used.
MCSymbolRefExpr::VariantKind Variant = MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_None;
if (Split.first.size() != Identifier.size()) {
Variant = MCSymbolRefExpr::getVariantKindForName(Split.second);
if (Variant == MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_Invalid) {
Variant = MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_None;
return TokError("invalid variant '" + Split.second + "'");
}
}
// If this is an absolute variable reference, substitute it now to preserve
// semantics in the face of reassignment.
if (Sym->isVariable() && isa<MCConstantExpr>(Sym->getVariableValue())) {
if (Variant)
return Error(EndLoc, "unexpected modifier on variable reference");
Res = Sym->getVariableValue();
return false;
}
// Otherwise create a symbol ref.
Res = MCSymbolRefExpr::Create(Sym, Variant, getContext());
return false;
}
case AsmToken::Integer: {
SMLoc Loc = getTok().getLoc();
int64_t IntVal = getTok().getIntVal();
Res = MCConstantExpr::Create(IntVal, getContext());
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
Lex(); // Eat token.
// Look for 'b' or 'f' following an Integer as a directional label
if (Lexer.getKind() == AsmToken::Identifier) {
StringRef IDVal = getTok().getString();
if (IDVal == "f" || IDVal == "b"){
MCSymbol *Sym = Ctx.GetDirectionalLocalSymbol(IntVal,
IDVal == "f" ? 1 : 0);
Res = MCSymbolRefExpr::Create(Sym, MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_None,
getContext());
if(IDVal == "b" && Sym->isUndefined())
return Error(Loc, "invalid reference to undefined symbol");
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
Lex(); // Eat identifier.
}
}
return false;
}
case AsmToken::Real: {
APFloat RealVal(APFloat::IEEEdouble, getTok().getString());
uint64_t IntVal = RealVal.bitcastToAPInt().getZExtValue();
Res = MCConstantExpr::Create(IntVal, getContext());
Lex(); // Eat token.
return false;
}
case AsmToken::Dot: {
// This is a '.' reference, which references the current PC. Emit a
// temporary label to the streamer and refer to it.
MCSymbol *Sym = Ctx.CreateTempSymbol();
Out.EmitLabel(Sym);
Res = MCSymbolRefExpr::Create(Sym, MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_None, getContext());
EndLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
Lex(); // Eat identifier.
return false;
}
case AsmToken::LParen:
Lex(); // Eat the '('.
return ParseParenExpr(Res, EndLoc);
case AsmToken::LBrac:
if (!PlatformParser->HasBracketExpressions())
return TokError("brackets expression not supported on this target");
Lex(); // Eat the '['.
return ParseBracketExpr(Res, EndLoc);
case AsmToken::Minus:
Lex(); // Eat the operator.
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(Res, EndLoc))
return true;
Res = MCUnaryExpr::CreateMinus(Res, getContext());
return false;
case AsmToken::Plus:
Lex(); // Eat the operator.
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(Res, EndLoc))
return true;
Res = MCUnaryExpr::CreatePlus(Res, getContext());
return false;
case AsmToken::Tilde:
Lex(); // Eat the operator.
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(Res, EndLoc))
return true;
Res = MCUnaryExpr::CreateNot(Res, getContext());
return false;
}
}
bool AsmParser::ParseExpression(const MCExpr *&Res) {
SMLoc EndLoc;
return ParseExpression(Res, EndLoc);
}
const MCExpr *
AsmParser::ApplyModifierToExpr(const MCExpr *E,
MCSymbolRefExpr::VariantKind Variant) {
// Recurse over the given expression, rebuilding it to apply the given variant
// if there is exactly one symbol.
switch (E->getKind()) {
case MCExpr::Target:
case MCExpr::Constant:
return 0;
case MCExpr::SymbolRef: {
const MCSymbolRefExpr *SRE = cast<MCSymbolRefExpr>(E);
if (SRE->getKind() != MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_None) {
TokError("invalid variant on expression '" +
getTok().getIdentifier() + "' (already modified)");
return E;
}
return MCSymbolRefExpr::Create(&SRE->getSymbol(), Variant, getContext());
}
case MCExpr::Unary: {
const MCUnaryExpr *UE = cast<MCUnaryExpr>(E);
const MCExpr *Sub = ApplyModifierToExpr(UE->getSubExpr(), Variant);
if (!Sub)
return 0;
return MCUnaryExpr::Create(UE->getOpcode(), Sub, getContext());
}
case MCExpr::Binary: {
const MCBinaryExpr *BE = cast<MCBinaryExpr>(E);
const MCExpr *LHS = ApplyModifierToExpr(BE->getLHS(), Variant);
const MCExpr *RHS = ApplyModifierToExpr(BE->getRHS(), Variant);
if (!LHS && !RHS)
return 0;
if (!LHS) LHS = BE->getLHS();
if (!RHS) RHS = BE->getRHS();
return MCBinaryExpr::Create(BE->getOpcode(), LHS, RHS, getContext());
}
}
llvm_unreachable("Invalid expression kind!");
}
/// ParseExpression - Parse an expression and return it.
///
/// expr ::= expr &&,|| expr -> lowest.
/// expr ::= expr |,^,&,! expr
/// expr ::= expr ==,!=,<>,<,<=,>,>= expr
/// expr ::= expr <<,>> expr
/// expr ::= expr +,- expr
/// expr ::= expr *,/,% expr -> highest.
/// expr ::= primaryexpr
///
bool AsmParser::ParseExpression(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc) {
// Parse the expression.
Res = 0;
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(Res, EndLoc) || ParseBinOpRHS(1, Res, EndLoc))
return true;
// As a special case, we support 'a op b @ modifier' by rewriting the
// expression to include the modifier. This is inefficient, but in general we
// expect users to use 'a@modifier op b'.
if (Lexer.getKind() == AsmToken::At) {
Lex();
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Identifier))
return TokError("unexpected symbol modifier following '@'");
MCSymbolRefExpr::VariantKind Variant =
MCSymbolRefExpr::getVariantKindForName(getTok().getIdentifier());
if (Variant == MCSymbolRefExpr::VK_Invalid)
return TokError("invalid variant '" + getTok().getIdentifier() + "'");
const MCExpr *ModifiedRes = ApplyModifierToExpr(Res, Variant);
if (!ModifiedRes) {
return TokError("invalid modifier '" + getTok().getIdentifier() +
"' (no symbols present)");
}
Res = ModifiedRes;
Lex();
}
// Try to constant fold it up front, if possible.
int64_t Value;
if (Res->EvaluateAsAbsolute(Value))
Res = MCConstantExpr::Create(Value, getContext());
return false;
}
bool AsmParser::ParseParenExpression(const MCExpr *&Res, SMLoc &EndLoc) {
Res = 0;
return ParseParenExpr(Res, EndLoc) ||
ParseBinOpRHS(1, Res, EndLoc);
}
bool AsmParser::ParseAbsoluteExpression(int64_t &Res) {
const MCExpr *Expr;
SMLoc StartLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
if (ParseExpression(Expr))
return true;
if (!Expr->EvaluateAsAbsolute(Res))
return Error(StartLoc, "expected absolute expression");
return false;
}
static unsigned getBinOpPrecedence(AsmToken::TokenKind K,
MCBinaryExpr::Opcode &Kind) {
switch (K) {
default:
return 0; // not a binop.
// Lowest Precedence: &&, ||
case AsmToken::AmpAmp:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::LAnd;
return 1;
case AsmToken::PipePipe:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::LOr;
return 1;
// Low Precedence: |, &, ^
//
// FIXME: gas seems to support '!' as an infix operator?
case AsmToken::Pipe:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Or;
return 2;
case AsmToken::Caret:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Xor;
return 2;
case AsmToken::Amp:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::And;
return 2;
// Low Intermediate Precedence: ==, !=, <>, <, <=, >, >=
case AsmToken::EqualEqual:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::EQ;
return 3;
case AsmToken::ExclaimEqual:
case AsmToken::LessGreater:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::NE;
return 3;
case AsmToken::Less:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::LT;
return 3;
case AsmToken::LessEqual:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::LTE;
return 3;
case AsmToken::Greater:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::GT;
return 3;
case AsmToken::GreaterEqual:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::GTE;
return 3;
// Intermediate Precedence: <<, >>
case AsmToken::LessLess:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Shl;
return 4;
case AsmToken::GreaterGreater:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Shr;
return 4;
// High Intermediate Precedence: +, -
case AsmToken::Plus:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Add;
return 5;
case AsmToken::Minus:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Sub;
return 5;
// Highest Precedence: *, /, %
case AsmToken::Star:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Mul;
return 6;
case AsmToken::Slash:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Div;
return 6;
case AsmToken::Percent:
Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Mod;
return 6;
}
}
/// ParseBinOpRHS - Parse all binary operators with precedence >= 'Precedence'.
/// Res contains the LHS of the expression on input.
bool AsmParser::ParseBinOpRHS(unsigned Precedence, const MCExpr *&Res,
SMLoc &EndLoc) {
while (1) {
MCBinaryExpr::Opcode Kind = MCBinaryExpr::Add;
unsigned TokPrec = getBinOpPrecedence(Lexer.getKind(), Kind);
// If the next token is lower precedence than we are allowed to eat, return
// successfully with what we ate already.
if (TokPrec < Precedence)
return false;
Lex();
// Eat the next primary expression.
const MCExpr *RHS;
if (ParsePrimaryExpr(RHS, EndLoc)) return true;
// If BinOp binds less tightly with RHS than the operator after RHS, let
// the pending operator take RHS as its LHS.
MCBinaryExpr::Opcode Dummy;
unsigned NextTokPrec = getBinOpPrecedence(Lexer.getKind(), Dummy);
if (TokPrec < NextTokPrec) {
if (ParseBinOpRHS(Precedence+1, RHS, EndLoc)) return true;
}
// Merge LHS and RHS according to operator.
Res = MCBinaryExpr::Create(Kind, Res, RHS, getContext());
}
}
/// ParseStatement:
/// ::= EndOfStatement
/// ::= Label* Directive ...Operands... EndOfStatement
/// ::= Label* Identifier OperandList* EndOfStatement
bool AsmParser::ParseStatement() {
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
Out.AddBlankLine();
Lex();
return false;
}
// Statements always start with an identifier or are a full line comment.
AsmToken ID = getTok();
SMLoc IDLoc = ID.getLoc();
StringRef IDVal;
int64_t LocalLabelVal = -1;
// A full line comment is a '#' as the first token.
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Hash))
return ParseCppHashLineFilenameComment(IDLoc);
// Allow an integer followed by a ':' as a directional local label.
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Integer)) {
LocalLabelVal = getTok().getIntVal();
if (LocalLabelVal < 0) {
if (!TheCondState.Ignore)
return TokError("unexpected token at start of statement");
IDVal = "";
}
else {
IDVal = getTok().getString();
Lex(); // Consume the integer token to be used as an identifier token.
if (Lexer.getKind() != AsmToken::Colon) {
if (!TheCondState.Ignore)
return TokError("unexpected token at start of statement");
}
}
} else if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Dot)) {
// Treat '.' as a valid identifier in this context.
Lex();
IDVal = ".";
} else if (ParseIdentifier(IDVal)) {
if (!TheCondState.Ignore)
return TokError("unexpected token at start of statement");
IDVal = "";
}
// Handle conditional assembly here before checking for skipping. We
// have to do this so that .endif isn't skipped in a ".if 0" block for
// example.
if (IDVal == ".if")
return ParseDirectiveIf(IDLoc);
if (IDVal == ".ifdef")
return ParseDirectiveIfdef(IDLoc, true);
if (IDVal == ".ifndef" || IDVal == ".ifnotdef")
return ParseDirectiveIfdef(IDLoc, false);
if (IDVal == ".elseif")
return ParseDirectiveElseIf(IDLoc);
if (IDVal == ".else")
return ParseDirectiveElse(IDLoc);
if (IDVal == ".endif")
return ParseDirectiveEndIf(IDLoc);
// If we are in a ".if 0" block, ignore this statement.
if (TheCondState.Ignore) {
EatToEndOfStatement();
return false;
}
// FIXME: Recurse on local labels?
// See what kind of statement we have.
switch (Lexer.getKind()) {
case AsmToken::Colon: {
CheckForValidSection();
// identifier ':' -> Label.
Lex();
// Diagnose attempt to use '.' as a label.
if (IDVal == ".")
return Error(IDLoc, "invalid use of pseudo-symbol '.' as a label");
// Diagnose attempt to use a variable as a label.
//
// FIXME: Diagnostics. Note the location of the definition as a label.
// FIXME: This doesn't diagnose assignment to a symbol which has been
// implicitly marked as external.
MCSymbol *Sym;
if (LocalLabelVal == -1)
Sym = getContext().GetOrCreateSymbol(IDVal);
else
Sym = Ctx.CreateDirectionalLocalSymbol(LocalLabelVal);
if (!Sym->isUndefined() || Sym->isVariable())
return Error(IDLoc, "invalid symbol redefinition");
// Emit the label.
Out.EmitLabel(Sym);
// If we are generating dwarf for assembly source files then gather the
// info to make a dwarf label entry for this label if needed.
if (getContext().getGenDwarfForAssembly())
MCGenDwarfLabelEntry::Make(Sym, &getStreamer(), getSourceManager(),
IDLoc);
// Consume any end of statement token, if present, to avoid spurious
// AddBlankLine calls().
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
Lex();
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Eof))
return false;
}
return ParseStatement();
}
case AsmToken::Equal:
// identifier '=' ... -> assignment statement
Lex();
return ParseAssignment(IDVal, true);
default: // Normal instruction or directive.
break;
}
// If macros are enabled, check to see if this is a macro instantiation.
if (MacrosEnabled)
if (const Macro *M = MacroMap.lookup(IDVal))
return HandleMacroEntry(IDVal, IDLoc, M);
// Otherwise, we have a normal instruction or directive.
if (IDVal[0] == '.' && IDVal != ".") {
// Assembler features
if (IDVal == ".set" || IDVal == ".equ")
return ParseDirectiveSet(IDVal, true);
if (IDVal == ".equiv")
return ParseDirectiveSet(IDVal, false);
// Data directives
if (IDVal == ".ascii")
return ParseDirectiveAscii(IDVal, false);
if (IDVal == ".asciz" || IDVal == ".string")
return ParseDirectiveAscii(IDVal, true);
if (IDVal == ".byte")
return ParseDirectiveValue(1);
if (IDVal == ".short")
return ParseDirectiveValue(2);
if (IDVal == ".value")
return ParseDirectiveValue(2);
if (IDVal == ".2byte")
return ParseDirectiveValue(2);
if (IDVal == ".long")
return ParseDirectiveValue(4);
if (IDVal == ".int")
return ParseDirectiveValue(4);
if (IDVal == ".4byte")
return ParseDirectiveValue(4);
if (IDVal == ".quad")
return ParseDirectiveValue(8);
if (IDVal == ".8byte")
return ParseDirectiveValue(8);
if (IDVal == ".single" || IDVal == ".float")
return ParseDirectiveRealValue(APFloat::IEEEsingle);
if (IDVal == ".double")
return ParseDirectiveRealValue(APFloat::IEEEdouble);
if (IDVal == ".align") {
bool IsPow2 = !getContext().getAsmInfo().getAlignmentIsInBytes();
return ParseDirectiveAlign(IsPow2, /*ExprSize=*/1);
}
if (IDVal == ".align32") {
bool IsPow2 = !getContext().getAsmInfo().getAlignmentIsInBytes();
return ParseDirectiveAlign(IsPow2, /*ExprSize=*/4);
}
if (IDVal == ".balign")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/false, /*ExprSize=*/1);
if (IDVal == ".balignw")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/false, /*ExprSize=*/2);
if (IDVal == ".balignl")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/false, /*ExprSize=*/4);
if (IDVal == ".p2align")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/true, /*ExprSize=*/1);
if (IDVal == ".p2alignw")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/true, /*ExprSize=*/2);
if (IDVal == ".p2alignl")
return ParseDirectiveAlign(/*IsPow2=*/true, /*ExprSize=*/4);
if (IDVal == ".org")
return ParseDirectiveOrg();
if (IDVal == ".fill")
return ParseDirectiveFill();
if (IDVal == ".space" || IDVal == ".skip")
return ParseDirectiveSpace();
if (IDVal == ".zero")
return ParseDirectiveZero();
// Symbol attribute directives
if (IDVal == ".globl" || IDVal == ".global")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_Global);
if (IDVal == ".indirect_symbol")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_IndirectSymbol);
if (IDVal == ".lazy_reference")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_LazyReference);
if (IDVal == ".no_dead_strip")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_NoDeadStrip);
if (IDVal == ".symbol_resolver")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_SymbolResolver);
if (IDVal == ".private_extern")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_PrivateExtern);
if (IDVal == ".reference")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_Reference);
if (IDVal == ".weak_definition")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_WeakDefinition);
if (IDVal == ".weak_reference")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_WeakReference);
if (IDVal == ".weak_def_can_be_hidden")
return ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSA_WeakDefAutoPrivate);
if (IDVal == ".comm" || IDVal == ".common")
return ParseDirectiveComm(/*IsLocal=*/false);
if (IDVal == ".lcomm")
return ParseDirectiveComm(/*IsLocal=*/true);
if (IDVal == ".abort")
return ParseDirectiveAbort();
if (IDVal == ".include")
return ParseDirectiveInclude();
if (IDVal == ".incbin")
return ParseDirectiveIncbin();
if (IDVal == ".code16")
return TokError(Twine(IDVal) + " not supported yet");
// Look up the handler in the handler table.
std::pair<MCAsmParserExtension*, DirectiveHandler> Handler =
DirectiveMap.lookup(IDVal);
if (Handler.first)
return (*Handler.second)(Handler.first, IDVal, IDLoc);
// Target hook for parsing target specific directives.
if (!getTargetParser().ParseDirective(ID))
return false;
bool retval = Warning(IDLoc, "ignoring directive for now");
EatToEndOfStatement();
return retval;
}
CheckForValidSection();
// Canonicalize the opcode to lower case.
SmallString<128> Opcode;
for (unsigned i = 0, e = IDVal.size(); i != e; ++i)
Opcode.push_back(tolower(IDVal[i]));
SmallVector<MCParsedAsmOperand*, 8> ParsedOperands;
bool HadError = getTargetParser().ParseInstruction(Opcode.str(), IDLoc,
ParsedOperands);
// Dump the parsed representation, if requested.
if (getShowParsedOperands()) {
SmallString<256> Str;
raw_svector_ostream OS(Str);
OS << "parsed instruction: [";
for (unsigned i = 0; i != ParsedOperands.size(); ++i) {
if (i != 0)
OS << ", ";
ParsedOperands[i]->print(OS);
}
OS << "]";
PrintMessage(IDLoc, SourceMgr::DK_Note, OS.str());
}
// If we are generating dwarf for assembly source files and the current
// section is the initial text section then generate a .loc directive for
// the instruction.
if (!HadError && getContext().getGenDwarfForAssembly() &&
getContext().getGenDwarfSection() == getStreamer().getCurrentSection() ) {
getStreamer().EmitDwarfLocDirective(getContext().getGenDwarfFileNumber(),
SrcMgr.FindLineNumber(IDLoc, CurBuffer),
0, DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT ?
DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT : 0, 0, 0,
StringRef());
}
// If parsing succeeded, match the instruction.
if (!HadError)
HadError = getTargetParser().MatchAndEmitInstruction(IDLoc, ParsedOperands,
Out);
// Free any parsed operands.
for (unsigned i = 0, e = ParsedOperands.size(); i != e; ++i)
delete ParsedOperands[i];
// Don't skip the rest of the line, the instruction parser is responsible for
// that.
return false;
}
/// EatToEndOfLine uses the Lexer to eat the characters to the end of the line
/// since they may not be able to be tokenized to get to the end of line token.
void AsmParser::EatToEndOfLine() {
if (!Lexer.is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
Lexer.LexUntilEndOfLine();
// Eat EOL.
Lex();
}
/// ParseCppHashLineFilenameComment as this:
/// ::= # number "filename"
/// or just as a full line comment if it doesn't have a number and a string.
bool AsmParser::ParseCppHashLineFilenameComment(const SMLoc &L) {
Lex(); // Eat the hash token.
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Integer)) {
// Consume the line since in cases it is not a well-formed line directive,
// as if were simply a full line comment.
EatToEndOfLine();
return false;
}
int64_t LineNumber = getTok().getIntVal();
Lex();
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::String)) {
EatToEndOfLine();
return false;
}
StringRef Filename = getTok().getString();
// Get rid of the enclosing quotes.
Filename = Filename.substr(1, Filename.size()-2);
// Save the SMLoc, Filename and LineNumber for later use by diagnostics.
CppHashLoc = L;
CppHashFilename = Filename;
CppHashLineNumber = LineNumber;
// Ignore any trailing characters, they're just comment.
EatToEndOfLine();
return false;
}
/// DiagHandler - will use the the last parsed cpp hash line filename comment
/// for the Filename and LineNo if any in the diagnostic.
void AsmParser::DiagHandler(const SMDiagnostic &Diag, void *Context) {
const AsmParser *Parser = static_cast<const AsmParser*>(Context);
raw_ostream &OS = errs();
const SourceMgr &DiagSrcMgr = *Diag.getSourceMgr();
const SMLoc &DiagLoc = Diag.getLoc();
int DiagBuf = DiagSrcMgr.FindBufferContainingLoc(DiagLoc);
int CppHashBuf = Parser->SrcMgr.FindBufferContainingLoc(Parser->CppHashLoc);
// Like SourceMgr::PrintMessage() we need to print the include stack if any
// before printing the message.
int DiagCurBuffer = DiagSrcMgr.FindBufferContainingLoc(DiagLoc);
if (!Parser->SavedDiagHandler && DiagCurBuffer > 0) {
SMLoc ParentIncludeLoc = DiagSrcMgr.getParentIncludeLoc(DiagCurBuffer);
DiagSrcMgr.PrintIncludeStack(ParentIncludeLoc, OS);
}
// If we have not parsed a cpp hash line filename comment or the source
// manager changed or buffer changed (like in a nested include) then just
// print the normal diagnostic using its Filename and LineNo.
if (!Parser->CppHashLineNumber ||
&DiagSrcMgr != &Parser->SrcMgr ||
DiagBuf != CppHashBuf) {
if (Parser->SavedDiagHandler)
Parser->SavedDiagHandler(Diag, Parser->SavedDiagContext);
else
Diag.print(0, OS);
return;
}
// Use the CppHashFilename and calculate a line number based on the
// CppHashLoc and CppHashLineNumber relative to this Diag's SMLoc for
// the diagnostic.
const std::string Filename = Parser->CppHashFilename;
int DiagLocLineNo = DiagSrcMgr.FindLineNumber(DiagLoc, DiagBuf);
int CppHashLocLineNo =
Parser->SrcMgr.FindLineNumber(Parser->CppHashLoc, CppHashBuf);
int LineNo = Parser->CppHashLineNumber - 1 +
(DiagLocLineNo - CppHashLocLineNo);
SMDiagnostic NewDiag(*Diag.getSourceMgr(), Diag.getLoc(),
Filename, LineNo, Diag.getColumnNo(),
Diag.getKind(), Diag.getMessage(),
Diag.getLineContents(), Diag.getRanges());
if (Parser->SavedDiagHandler)
Parser->SavedDiagHandler(NewDiag, Parser->SavedDiagContext);
else
NewDiag.print(0, OS);
}
bool AsmParser::expandMacro(SmallString<256> &Buf, StringRef Body,
const std::vector<StringRef> &Parameters,
const std::vector<std::vector<AsmToken> > &A,
const SMLoc &L) {
raw_svector_ostream OS(Buf);
unsigned NParameters = Parameters.size();
if (NParameters != 0 && NParameters != A.size())
return Error(L, "Wrong number of arguments");
while (!Body.empty()) {
// Scan for the next substitution.
std::size_t End = Body.size(), Pos = 0;
for (; Pos != End; ++Pos) {
// Check for a substitution or escape.
if (!NParameters) {
// This macro has no parameters, look for $0, $1, etc.
if (Body[Pos] != '$' || Pos + 1 == End)
continue;
char Next = Body[Pos + 1];
if (Next == '$' || Next == 'n' || isdigit(Next))
break;
} else {
// This macro has parameters, look for \foo, \bar, etc.
if (Body[Pos] == '\\' && Pos + 1 != End)
break;
}
}
// Add the prefix.
OS << Body.slice(0, Pos);
// Check if we reached the end.
if (Pos == End)
break;
if (!NParameters) {
switch (Body[Pos+1]) {
// $$ => $
case '$':
OS << '$';
break;
// $n => number of arguments
case 'n':
OS << A.size();
break;
// $[0-9] => argument
default: {
// Missing arguments are ignored.
unsigned Index = Body[Pos+1] - '0';
if (Index >= A.size())
break;
// Otherwise substitute with the token values, with spaces eliminated.
for (std::vector<AsmToken>::const_iterator it = A[Index].begin(),
ie = A[Index].end(); it != ie; ++it)
OS << it->getString();
break;
}
}
Pos += 2;
} else {
unsigned I = Pos + 1;
while (isalnum(Body[I]) && I + 1 != End)
++I;
const char *Begin = Body.data() + Pos +1;
StringRef Argument(Begin, I - (Pos +1));
unsigned Index = 0;
for (; Index < NParameters; ++Index)
if (Parameters[Index] == Argument)
break;
// FIXME: We should error at the macro definition.
if (Index == NParameters)
return Error(L, "Parameter not found");
for (std::vector<AsmToken>::const_iterator it = A[Index].begin(),
ie = A[Index].end(); it != ie; ++it)
OS << it->getString();
Pos += 1 + Argument.size();
}
// Update the scan point.
Body = Body.substr(Pos);
}
// We include the .endmacro in the buffer as our queue to exit the macro
// instantiation.
OS << ".endmacro\n";
return false;
}
MacroInstantiation::MacroInstantiation(const Macro *M, SMLoc IL, SMLoc EL,
MemoryBuffer *I)
: TheMacro(M), Instantiation(I), InstantiationLoc(IL), ExitLoc(EL)
{
}
bool AsmParser::HandleMacroEntry(StringRef Name, SMLoc NameLoc,
const Macro *M) {
// Arbitrarily limit macro nesting depth, to match 'as'. We can eliminate
// this, although we should protect against infinite loops.
if (ActiveMacros.size() == 20)
return TokError("macros cannot be nested more than 20 levels deep");
// Parse the macro instantiation arguments.
std::vector<std::vector<AsmToken> > MacroArguments;
MacroArguments.push_back(std::vector<AsmToken>());
unsigned ParenLevel = 0;
for (;;) {
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Eof))
return TokError("unexpected token in macro instantiation");
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
// If we aren't inside parentheses and this is a comma, start a new token
// list.
if (ParenLevel == 0 && Lexer.is(AsmToken::Comma)) {
MacroArguments.push_back(std::vector<AsmToken>());
} else {
// Adjust the current parentheses level.
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::LParen))
++ParenLevel;
else if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::RParen) && ParenLevel)
--ParenLevel;
// Append the token to the current argument list.
MacroArguments.back().push_back(getTok());
}
Lex();
}
// If the last argument didn't end up with any tokens, it's not a real
// argument and we should remove it from the list. This happens with either
// a tailing comma or an empty argument list.
if (MacroArguments.back().empty())
MacroArguments.pop_back();
// Macro instantiation is lexical, unfortunately. We construct a new buffer
// to hold the macro body with substitutions.
SmallString<256> Buf;
StringRef Body = M->Body;
if (expandMacro(Buf, Body, M->Parameters, MacroArguments, getTok().getLoc()))
return true;
MemoryBuffer *Instantiation =
MemoryBuffer::getMemBufferCopy(Buf.str(), "<instantiation>");
// Create the macro instantiation object and add to the current macro
// instantiation stack.
MacroInstantiation *MI = new MacroInstantiation(M, NameLoc,
getTok().getLoc(),
Instantiation);
ActiveMacros.push_back(MI);
// Jump to the macro instantiation and prime the lexer.
CurBuffer = SrcMgr.AddNewSourceBuffer(MI->Instantiation, SMLoc());
Lexer.setBuffer(SrcMgr.getMemoryBuffer(CurBuffer));
Lex();
return false;
}
void AsmParser::HandleMacroExit() {
// Jump to the EndOfStatement we should return to, and consume it.
JumpToLoc(ActiveMacros.back()->ExitLoc);
Lex();
// Pop the instantiation entry.
delete ActiveMacros.back();
ActiveMacros.pop_back();
}
static bool IsUsedIn(const MCSymbol *Sym, const MCExpr *Value) {
switch (Value->getKind()) {
case MCExpr::Binary: {
const MCBinaryExpr *BE = static_cast<const MCBinaryExpr*>(Value);
return IsUsedIn(Sym, BE->getLHS()) || IsUsedIn(Sym, BE->getRHS());
break;
}
case MCExpr::Target:
case MCExpr::Constant:
return false;
case MCExpr::SymbolRef: {
const MCSymbol &S = static_cast<const MCSymbolRefExpr*>(Value)->getSymbol();
if (S.isVariable())
return IsUsedIn(Sym, S.getVariableValue());
return &S == Sym;
}
case MCExpr::Unary:
return IsUsedIn(Sym, static_cast<const MCUnaryExpr*>(Value)->getSubExpr());
}
llvm_unreachable("Unknown expr kind!");
}
bool AsmParser::ParseAssignment(StringRef Name, bool allow_redef) {
// FIXME: Use better location, we should use proper tokens.
SMLoc EqualLoc = Lexer.getLoc();
const MCExpr *Value;
if (ParseExpression(Value))
return true;
// Note: we don't count b as used in "a = b". This is to allow
// a = b
// b = c
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in assignment");
// Error on assignment to '.'.
if (Name == ".") {
return Error(EqualLoc, ("assignment to pseudo-symbol '.' is unsupported "
"(use '.space' or '.org').)"));
}
// Eat the end of statement marker.
Lex();
// Validate that the LHS is allowed to be a variable (either it has not been
// used as a symbol, or it is an absolute symbol).
MCSymbol *Sym = getContext().LookupSymbol(Name);
if (Sym) {
// Diagnose assignment to a label.
//
// FIXME: Diagnostics. Note the location of the definition as a label.
// FIXME: Diagnose assignment to protected identifier (e.g., register name).
if (IsUsedIn(Sym, Value))
return Error(EqualLoc, "Recursive use of '" + Name + "'");
else if (Sym->isUndefined() && !Sym->isUsed() && !Sym->isVariable())
; // Allow redefinitions of undefined symbols only used in directives.
else if (Sym->isVariable() && !Sym->isUsed() && allow_redef)
; // Allow redefinitions of variables that haven't yet been used.
else if (!Sym->isUndefined() && (!Sym->isVariable() || !allow_redef))
return Error(EqualLoc, "redefinition of '" + Name + "'");
else if (!Sym->isVariable())
return Error(EqualLoc, "invalid assignment to '" + Name + "'");
else if (!isa<MCConstantExpr>(Sym->getVariableValue()))
return Error(EqualLoc, "invalid reassignment of non-absolute variable '" +
Name + "'");
// Don't count these checks as uses.
Sym->setUsed(false);
} else
Sym = getContext().GetOrCreateSymbol(Name);
// FIXME: Handle '.'.
// Do the assignment.
Out.EmitAssignment(Sym, Value);
return false;
}
/// ParseIdentifier:
/// ::= identifier
/// ::= string
bool AsmParser::ParseIdentifier(StringRef &Res) {
// The assembler has relaxed rules for accepting identifiers, in particular we
// allow things like '.globl $foo', which would normally be separate
// tokens. At this level, we have already lexed so we cannot (currently)
// handle this as a context dependent token, instead we detect adjacent tokens
// and return the combined identifier.
if (Lexer.is(AsmToken::Dollar)) {
SMLoc DollarLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
// Consume the dollar sign, and check for a following identifier.
Lex();
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Identifier))
return true;
// We have a '$' followed by an identifier, make sure they are adjacent.
if (DollarLoc.getPointer() + 1 != getTok().getLoc().getPointer())
return true;
// Construct the joined identifier and consume the token.
Res = StringRef(DollarLoc.getPointer(),
getTok().getIdentifier().size() + 1);
Lex();
return false;
}
if (Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::Identifier) &&
Lexer.isNot(AsmToken::String))
return true;
Res = getTok().getIdentifier();
Lex(); // Consume the identifier token.
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveSet:
/// ::= .equ identifier ',' expression
/// ::= .equiv identifier ',' expression
/// ::= .set identifier ',' expression
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveSet(StringRef IDVal, bool allow_redef) {
StringRef Name;
if (ParseIdentifier(Name))
return TokError("expected identifier after '" + Twine(IDVal) + "'");
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '" + Twine(IDVal) + "'");
Lex();
return ParseAssignment(Name, allow_redef);
}
bool AsmParser::ParseEscapedString(std::string &Data) {
assert(getLexer().is(AsmToken::String) && "Unexpected current token!");
Data = "";
StringRef Str = getTok().getStringContents();
for (unsigned i = 0, e = Str.size(); i != e; ++i) {
if (Str[i] != '\\') {
Data += Str[i];
continue;
}
// Recognize escaped characters. Note that this escape semantics currently
// loosely follows Darwin 'as'. Notably, it doesn't support hex escapes.
++i;
if (i == e)
return TokError("unexpected backslash at end of string");
// Recognize octal sequences.
if ((unsigned) (Str[i] - '0') <= 7) {
// Consume up to three octal characters.
unsigned Value = Str[i] - '0';
if (i + 1 != e && ((unsigned) (Str[i + 1] - '0')) <= 7) {
++i;
Value = Value * 8 + (Str[i] - '0');
if (i + 1 != e && ((unsigned) (Str[i + 1] - '0')) <= 7) {
++i;
Value = Value * 8 + (Str[i] - '0');
}
}
if (Value > 255)
return TokError("invalid octal escape sequence (out of range)");
Data += (unsigned char) Value;
continue;
}
// Otherwise recognize individual escapes.
switch (Str[i]) {
default:
// Just reject invalid escape sequences for now.
return TokError("invalid escape sequence (unrecognized character)");
case 'b': Data += '\b'; break;
case 'f': Data += '\f'; break;
case 'n': Data += '\n'; break;
case 'r': Data += '\r'; break;
case 't': Data += '\t'; break;
case '"': Data += '"'; break;
case '\\': Data += '\\'; break;
}
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveAscii:
/// ::= ( .ascii | .asciz | .string ) [ "string" ( , "string" )* ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveAscii(StringRef IDVal, bool ZeroTerminated) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
CheckForValidSection();
for (;;) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::String))
return TokError("expected string in '" + Twine(IDVal) + "' directive");
std::string Data;
if (ParseEscapedString(Data))
return true;
getStreamer().EmitBytes(Data, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
if (ZeroTerminated)
getStreamer().EmitBytes(StringRef("\0", 1), DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
Lex();
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '" + Twine(IDVal) + "' directive");
Lex();
}
}
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveValue
/// ::= (.byte | .short | ... ) [ expression (, expression)* ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveValue(unsigned Size) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
CheckForValidSection();
for (;;) {
const MCExpr *Value;
SMLoc ExprLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
if (ParseExpression(Value))
return true;
// Special case constant expressions to match code generator.
if (const MCConstantExpr *MCE = dyn_cast<MCConstantExpr>(Value)) {
assert(Size <= 8 && "Invalid size");
uint64_t IntValue = MCE->getValue();
if (!isUIntN(8 * Size, IntValue) && !isIntN(8 * Size, IntValue))
return Error(ExprLoc, "literal value out of range for directive");
getStreamer().EmitIntValue(IntValue, Size, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
} else
getStreamer().EmitValue(Value, Size, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
// FIXME: Improve diagnostic.
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
}
}
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveRealValue
/// ::= (.single | .double) [ expression (, expression)* ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveRealValue(const fltSemantics &Semantics) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
CheckForValidSection();
for (;;) {
// We don't truly support arithmetic on floating point expressions, so we
// have to manually parse unary prefixes.
bool IsNeg = false;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Minus)) {
Lex();
IsNeg = true;
} else if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Plus))
Lex();
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Integer) &&
getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Real) &&
getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Identifier))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
// Convert to an APFloat.
APFloat Value(Semantics);
StringRef IDVal = getTok().getString();
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Identifier)) {
if (!IDVal.compare_lower("infinity") || !IDVal.compare_lower("inf"))
Value = APFloat::getInf(Semantics);
else if (!IDVal.compare_lower("nan"))
Value = APFloat::getNaN(Semantics, false, ~0);
else
return TokError("invalid floating point literal");
} else if (Value.convertFromString(IDVal, APFloat::rmNearestTiesToEven) ==
APFloat::opInvalidOp)
return TokError("invalid floating point literal");
if (IsNeg)
Value.changeSign();
// Consume the numeric token.
Lex();
// Emit the value as an integer.
APInt AsInt = Value.bitcastToAPInt();
getStreamer().EmitIntValue(AsInt.getLimitedValue(),
AsInt.getBitWidth() / 8, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
}
}
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveSpace
/// ::= .space expression [ , expression ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveSpace() {
CheckForValidSection();
int64_t NumBytes;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(NumBytes))
return true;
int64_t FillExpr = 0;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.space' directive");
Lex();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(FillExpr))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.space' directive");
}
Lex();
if (NumBytes <= 0)
return TokError("invalid number of bytes in '.space' directive");
// FIXME: Sometimes the fill expr is 'nop' if it isn't supplied, instead of 0.
getStreamer().EmitFill(NumBytes, FillExpr, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveZero
/// ::= .zero expression
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveZero() {
CheckForValidSection();
int64_t NumBytes;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(NumBytes))
return true;
int64_t Val = 0;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Comma)) {
Lex();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(Val))
return true;
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.zero' directive");
Lex();
getStreamer().EmitFill(NumBytes, Val, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveFill
/// ::= .fill expression , expression , expression
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveFill() {
CheckForValidSection();
int64_t NumValues;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(NumValues))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.fill' directive");
Lex();
int64_t FillSize;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(FillSize))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.fill' directive");
Lex();
int64_t FillExpr;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(FillExpr))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.fill' directive");
Lex();
if (FillSize != 1 && FillSize != 2 && FillSize != 4 && FillSize != 8)
return TokError("invalid '.fill' size, expected 1, 2, 4, or 8");
for (uint64_t i = 0, e = NumValues; i != e; ++i)
getStreamer().EmitIntValue(FillExpr, FillSize, DEFAULT_ADDRSPACE);
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveOrg
/// ::= .org expression [ , expression ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveOrg() {
CheckForValidSection();
const MCExpr *Offset;
SMLoc Loc = getTok().getLoc();
if (ParseExpression(Offset))
return true;
// Parse optional fill expression.
int64_t FillExpr = 0;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.org' directive");
Lex();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(FillExpr))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.org' directive");
}
Lex();
// Only limited forms of relocatable expressions are accepted here, it
// has to be relative to the current section. The streamer will return
// 'true' if the expression wasn't evaluatable.
if (getStreamer().EmitValueToOffset(Offset, FillExpr))
return Error(Loc, "expected assembly-time absolute expression");
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveAlign
/// ::= {.align, ...} expression [ , expression [ , expression ]]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveAlign(bool IsPow2, unsigned ValueSize) {
CheckForValidSection();
SMLoc AlignmentLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
int64_t Alignment;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(Alignment))
return true;
SMLoc MaxBytesLoc;
bool HasFillExpr = false;
int64_t FillExpr = 0;
int64_t MaxBytesToFill = 0;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
// The fill expression can be omitted while specifying a maximum number of
// alignment bytes, e.g:
// .align 3,,4
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma)) {
HasFillExpr = true;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(FillExpr))
return true;
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
MaxBytesLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(MaxBytesToFill))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
}
}
Lex();
if (!HasFillExpr)
FillExpr = 0;
// Compute alignment in bytes.
if (IsPow2) {
// FIXME: Diagnose overflow.
if (Alignment >= 32) {
Error(AlignmentLoc, "invalid alignment value");
Alignment = 31;
}
Alignment = 1ULL << Alignment;
}
// Diagnose non-sensical max bytes to align.
if (MaxBytesLoc.isValid()) {
if (MaxBytesToFill < 1) {
Error(MaxBytesLoc, "alignment directive can never be satisfied in this "
"many bytes, ignoring maximum bytes expression");
MaxBytesToFill = 0;
}
if (MaxBytesToFill >= Alignment) {
Warning(MaxBytesLoc, "maximum bytes expression exceeds alignment and "
"has no effect");
MaxBytesToFill = 0;
}
}
// Check whether we should use optimal code alignment for this .align
// directive.
bool UseCodeAlign = getStreamer().getCurrentSection()->UseCodeAlign();
if ((!HasFillExpr || Lexer.getMAI().getTextAlignFillValue() == FillExpr) &&
ValueSize == 1 && UseCodeAlign) {
getStreamer().EmitCodeAlignment(Alignment, MaxBytesToFill);
} else {
// FIXME: Target specific behavior about how the "extra" bytes are filled.
getStreamer().EmitValueToAlignment(Alignment, FillExpr, ValueSize,
MaxBytesToFill);
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute
/// ::= { ".globl", ".weak", ... } [ identifier ( , identifier )* ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveSymbolAttribute(MCSymbolAttr Attr) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
for (;;) {
StringRef Name;
SMLoc Loc = getTok().getLoc();
if (ParseIdentifier(Name))
return Error(Loc, "expected identifier in directive");
MCSymbol *Sym = getContext().GetOrCreateSymbol(Name);
// Assembler local symbols don't make any sense here. Complain loudly.
if (Sym->isTemporary())
return Error(Loc, "non-local symbol required in directive");
getStreamer().EmitSymbolAttribute(Sym, Attr);
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
}
}
Lex();
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveComm
/// ::= ( .comm | .lcomm ) identifier , size_expression [ , align_expression ]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveComm(bool IsLocal) {
CheckForValidSection();
SMLoc IDLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
StringRef Name;
if (ParseIdentifier(Name))
return TokError("expected identifier in directive");
// Handle the identifier as the key symbol.
MCSymbol *Sym = getContext().GetOrCreateSymbol(Name);
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Comma))
return TokError("unexpected token in directive");
Lex();
int64_t Size;
SMLoc SizeLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(Size))
return true;
int64_t Pow2Alignment = 0;
SMLoc Pow2AlignmentLoc;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Comma)) {
Lex();
Pow2AlignmentLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(Pow2Alignment))
return true;
// If this target takes alignments in bytes (not log) validate and convert.
if (Lexer.getMAI().getAlignmentIsInBytes()) {
if (!isPowerOf2_64(Pow2Alignment))
return Error(Pow2AlignmentLoc, "alignment must be a power of 2");
Pow2Alignment = Log2_64(Pow2Alignment);
}
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.comm' or '.lcomm' directive");
Lex();
// NOTE: a size of zero for a .comm should create a undefined symbol
// but a size of .lcomm creates a bss symbol of size zero.
if (Size < 0)
return Error(SizeLoc, "invalid '.comm' or '.lcomm' directive size, can't "
"be less than zero");
// NOTE: The alignment in the directive is a power of 2 value, the assembler
// may internally end up wanting an alignment in bytes.
// FIXME: Diagnose overflow.
if (Pow2Alignment < 0)
return Error(Pow2AlignmentLoc, "invalid '.comm' or '.lcomm' directive "
"alignment, can't be less than zero");
if (!Sym->isUndefined())
return Error(IDLoc, "invalid symbol redefinition");
// '.lcomm' is equivalent to '.zerofill'.
// Create the Symbol as a common or local common with Size and Pow2Alignment
if (IsLocal) {
getStreamer().EmitZerofill(Ctx.getMachOSection(
"__DATA", "__bss", MCSectionMachO::S_ZEROFILL,
0, SectionKind::getBSS()),
Sym, Size, 1 << Pow2Alignment);
return false;
}
getStreamer().EmitCommonSymbol(Sym, Size, 1 << Pow2Alignment);
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveAbort
/// ::= .abort [... message ...]
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveAbort() {
// FIXME: Use loc from directive.
SMLoc Loc = getLexer().getLoc();
StringRef Str = ParseStringToEndOfStatement();
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.abort' directive");
Lex();
if (Str.empty())
Error(Loc, ".abort detected. Assembly stopping.");
else
Error(Loc, ".abort '" + Str + "' detected. Assembly stopping.");
// FIXME: Actually abort assembly here.
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveInclude
/// ::= .include "filename"
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveInclude() {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::String))
return TokError("expected string in '.include' directive");
std::string Filename = getTok().getString();
SMLoc IncludeLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
Lex();
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.include' directive");
// Strip the quotes.
Filename = Filename.substr(1, Filename.size()-2);
// Attempt to switch the lexer to the included file before consuming the end
// of statement to avoid losing it when we switch.
if (EnterIncludeFile(Filename)) {
Error(IncludeLoc, "Could not find include file '" + Filename + "'");
return true;
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveIncbin
/// ::= .incbin "filename"
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveIncbin() {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::String))
return TokError("expected string in '.incbin' directive");
std::string Filename = getTok().getString();
SMLoc IncbinLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
Lex();
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.incbin' directive");
// Strip the quotes.
Filename = Filename.substr(1, Filename.size()-2);
// Attempt to process the included file.
if (ProcessIncbinFile(Filename)) {
Error(IncbinLoc, "Could not find incbin file '" + Filename + "'");
return true;
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveIf
/// ::= .if expression
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
TheCondStack.push_back(TheCondState);
TheCondState.TheCond = AsmCond::IfCond;
if(TheCondState.Ignore) {
EatToEndOfStatement();
}
else {
int64_t ExprValue;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(ExprValue))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.if' directive");
Lex();
TheCondState.CondMet = ExprValue;
TheCondState.Ignore = !TheCondState.CondMet;
}
return false;
}
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveIfdef(SMLoc DirectiveLoc, bool expect_defined) {
StringRef Name;
TheCondStack.push_back(TheCondState);
TheCondState.TheCond = AsmCond::IfCond;
if (TheCondState.Ignore) {
EatToEndOfStatement();
} else {
if (ParseIdentifier(Name))
return TokError("expected identifier after '.ifdef'");
Lex();
MCSymbol *Sym = getContext().LookupSymbol(Name);
if (expect_defined)
TheCondState.CondMet = (Sym != NULL && !Sym->isUndefined());
else
TheCondState.CondMet = (Sym == NULL || Sym->isUndefined());
TheCondState.Ignore = !TheCondState.CondMet;
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveElseIf
/// ::= .elseif expression
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveElseIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
if (TheCondState.TheCond != AsmCond::IfCond &&
TheCondState.TheCond != AsmCond::ElseIfCond)
Error(DirectiveLoc, "Encountered a .elseif that doesn't follow a .if or "
" an .elseif");
TheCondState.TheCond = AsmCond::ElseIfCond;
bool LastIgnoreState = false;
if (!TheCondStack.empty())
LastIgnoreState = TheCondStack.back().Ignore;
if (LastIgnoreState || TheCondState.CondMet) {
TheCondState.Ignore = true;
EatToEndOfStatement();
}
else {
int64_t ExprValue;
if (ParseAbsoluteExpression(ExprValue))
return true;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.elseif' directive");
Lex();
TheCondState.CondMet = ExprValue;
TheCondState.Ignore = !TheCondState.CondMet;
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveElse
/// ::= .else
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveElse(SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.else' directive");
Lex();
if (TheCondState.TheCond != AsmCond::IfCond &&
TheCondState.TheCond != AsmCond::ElseIfCond)
Error(DirectiveLoc, "Encountered a .else that doesn't follow a .if or an "
".elseif");
TheCondState.TheCond = AsmCond::ElseCond;
bool LastIgnoreState = false;
if (!TheCondStack.empty())
LastIgnoreState = TheCondStack.back().Ignore;
if (LastIgnoreState || TheCondState.CondMet)
TheCondState.Ignore = true;
else
TheCondState.Ignore = false;
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveEndIf
/// ::= .endif
bool AsmParser::ParseDirectiveEndIf(SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.endif' directive");
Lex();
if ((TheCondState.TheCond == AsmCond::NoCond) ||
TheCondStack.empty())
Error(DirectiveLoc, "Encountered a .endif that doesn't follow a .if or "
".else");
if (!TheCondStack.empty()) {
TheCondState = TheCondStack.back();
TheCondStack.pop_back();
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveFile
/// ::= .file [number] filename
/// ::= .file number directory filename
bool GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveFile(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
// FIXME: I'm not sure what this is.
int64_t FileNumber = -1;
SMLoc FileNumberLoc = getLexer().getLoc();
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Integer)) {
FileNumber = getTok().getIntVal();
Lex();
if (FileNumber < 1)
return TokError("file number less than one");
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::String))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.file' directive");
// Usually the directory and filename together, otherwise just the directory.
StringRef Path = getTok().getString();
Path = Path.substr(1, Path.size()-2);
Lex();
StringRef Directory;
StringRef Filename;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::String)) {
if (FileNumber == -1)
return TokError("explicit path specified, but no file number");
Filename = getTok().getString();
Filename = Filename.substr(1, Filename.size()-2);
Directory = Path;
Lex();
} else {
Filename = Path;
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.file' directive");
if (FileNumber == -1)
getStreamer().EmitFileDirective(Filename);
else {
if (getContext().getGenDwarfForAssembly() == true)
Error(DirectiveLoc, "input can't have .file dwarf directives when -g is "
"used to generate dwarf debug info for assembly code");
if (getStreamer().EmitDwarfFileDirective(FileNumber, Directory, Filename))
Error(FileNumberLoc, "file number already allocated");
}
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveLine
/// ::= .line [number]
bool GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLine(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Integer))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.line' directive");
int64_t LineNumber = getTok().getIntVal();
(void) LineNumber;
Lex();
// FIXME: Do something with the .line.
}
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.line' directive");
return false;
}
/// ParseDirectiveLoc
/// ::= .loc FileNumber [LineNumber] [ColumnPos] [basic_block] [prologue_end]
/// [epilogue_begin] [is_stmt VALUE] [isa VALUE]
/// The first number is a file number, must have been previously assigned with
/// a .file directive, the second number is the line number and optionally the
/// third number is a column position (zero if not specified). The remaining
/// optional items are .loc sub-directives.
bool GenericAsmParser::ParseDirectiveLoc(StringRef, SMLoc DirectiveLoc) {
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::Integer))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.loc' directive");
int64_t FileNumber = getTok().getIntVal();
if (FileNumber < 1)
return TokError("file number less than one in '.loc' directive");
if (!getContext().isValidDwarfFileNumber(FileNumber))
return TokError("unassigned file number in '.loc' directive");
Lex();
int64_t LineNumber = 0;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Integer)) {
LineNumber = getTok().getIntVal();
if (LineNumber < 1)
return TokError("line number less than one in '.loc' directive");
Lex();
}
int64_t ColumnPos = 0;
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::Integer)) {
ColumnPos = getTok().getIntVal();
if (ColumnPos < 0)
return TokError("column position less than zero in '.loc' directive");
Lex();
}
unsigned Flags = DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT ? DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT : 0;
unsigned Isa = 0;
int64_t Discriminator = 0;
if (getLexer().isNot(AsmToken::EndOfStatement)) {
for (;;) {
if (getLexer().is(AsmToken::EndOfStatement))
break;
StringRef Name;
SMLoc Loc = getTok().getLoc();
if (getParser().ParseIdentifier(Name))
return TokError("unexpected token in '.loc' directive");
if (Name == "basic_block")
Flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_BASIC_BLOCK;
else if (Name == "prologue_end")
Flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_PROLOGUE_END;
else if (Name == "epilogue_begin")
Flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_EPILOGUE_BEGIN;
else if (