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authorXin LI <delphij@FreeBSD.org>2006-09-30 09:44:58 +0000
committerXin LI <delphij@FreeBSD.org>2006-09-30 09:44:58 +0000
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MFS: Remove file that was disappeared from gcc distribution.
While I'm there, add the file into ObsoleteFiles.inc. Approved by: maintainer (kan)
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Notes: svn path=/vendor/gcc/dist/; revision=162837
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-// C++ IA64 / g++ v3 demangler -*- C++ -*-
-
-// Copyright (C) 2003, 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-// Written by Carlo Wood <carlo@alinoe.com>
-//
-// This file is part of the GNU ISO C++ Library. This library is free
-// software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
-// terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
-// Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
-// any later version.
-
-// This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-// GNU General Public License for more details.
-
-// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
-// with this library; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
-// Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307,
-// USA.
-
-// As a special exception, you may use this file as part of a free software
-// library without restriction. Specifically, if other files instantiate
-// templates or use macros or inline functions from this file, or you compile
-// this file and link it with other files to produce an executable, this
-// file does not by itself cause the resulting executable to be covered by
-// the GNU General Public License. This exception does not however
-// invalidate any other reasons why the executable file might be covered by
-// the GNU General Public License.
-
-// This file implements demangling of "C++ ABI for Itanium"-mangled symbol
-// and type names as described in Revision 1.73 of the C++ ABI as can be found
-// at http://www.codesourcery.com/cxx-abi/abi.html#mangling
-
-#ifndef _DEMANGLER_H
-#define _DEMANGLER_H 1
-
-#include <vector>
-#include <string>
-#include <ext/new_allocator.h>
-
-#ifndef _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DEBUG
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG 0
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DEBUG(x)
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT(cntrl, data)
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING(x)
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING2(x)
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING3(x)
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN return M_result
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN2 return M_result
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN3
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE \
- do { M_result = false; return false; } while(0)
-#else
-#define _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG 1
-#endif
-
-namespace __gnu_cxx
-{
- namespace demangler
- {
- enum substitution_nt
- {
- type,
- template_template_param,
- nested_name_prefix,
- nested_name_template_prefix,
- unscoped_template_name
- };
-
- struct substitution_st
- {
- int M_start_pos;
- substitution_nt M_type;
- int M_number_of_prefixes;
-
- substitution_st(int start_pos,
- substitution_nt type,
- int number_of_prefixes)
- : M_start_pos(start_pos), M_type(type),
- M_number_of_prefixes(number_of_prefixes)
- { }
- };
-
- enum simple_qualifier_nt
- {
- complex_or_imaginary = 'G',
- pointer = 'P',
- reference = 'R'
- };
-
- enum cv_qualifier_nt
- {
- cv_qualifier = 'K'
- };
-
- enum param_qualifier_nt
- {
- vendor_extension = 'U',
- array = 'A',
- pointer_to_member = 'M'
- };
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator = __gnu_cxx::new_allocator<Tp> >
- class qualifier;
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator = __gnu_cxx::new_allocator<Tp> >
- class qualifier_list;
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator = __gnu_cxx::new_allocator<Tp> >
- class session;
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- class qualifier
- {
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<char>::other
- char_Allocator;
- typedef std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, char_Allocator>
- string_type;
-
- private:
- char M_qualifier1;
- char M_qualifier2;
- char M_qualifier3;
- mutable unsigned char M_cnt;
- string_type M_optional_type;
- int M_start_pos;
- bool M_part_of_substitution;
-
- public:
- qualifier(int start_pos,
- simple_qualifier_nt simple_qualifier,
- int inside_substitution)
- : M_qualifier1(simple_qualifier),
- M_start_pos(start_pos),
- M_part_of_substitution(inside_substitution)
- { }
-
- qualifier(int start_pos,
- cv_qualifier_nt,
- char const* start,
- int count,
- int inside_substitution)
- : M_qualifier1(start[0]),
- M_qualifier2((count > 1) ? start[1] : '\0'),
- M_qualifier3((count > 2) ? start[2] : '\0'),
- M_start_pos(start_pos),
- M_part_of_substitution(inside_substitution)
- { }
-
- qualifier(int start_pos,
- param_qualifier_nt param_qualifier,
- string_type optional_type,
- int inside_substitution)
- : M_qualifier1(param_qualifier),
- M_optional_type(optional_type),
- M_start_pos(start_pos),
- M_part_of_substitution(inside_substitution)
- { }
-
- int
- get_start_pos(void) const
- { return M_start_pos; }
-
- char
- first_qualifier(void) const
- { M_cnt = 1; return M_qualifier1; }
-
- char
- next_qualifier(void) const
- {
- return (++M_cnt == 2) ? M_qualifier2
- : ((M_cnt == 3) ? M_qualifier3 : 0);
- }
-
- string_type const&
- get_optional_type(void) const
- { return M_optional_type; }
-
- bool
- part_of_substitution(void) const
- { return M_part_of_substitution; }
-
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& os, qualifier const& qual)
- {
- os << (char)qual.M_qualifier1;
- if (qual.M_qualifier1 == vendor_extension ||
- qual.M_qualifier1 == array ||
- qual.M_qualifier1 == pointer_to_member)
- os << " [" << qual.M_optional_type << ']';
- else if (qual.M_qualifier1 == 'K' ||
- qual.M_qualifier1 == 'V' ||
- qual.M_qualifier1 == 'r')
- {
- if (qual.M_qualifier2)
- {
- os << (char)qual.M_qualifier2;
- if (qual.M_qualifier3)
- os << (char)qual.M_qualifier3;
- }
- }
- return os;
- }
-#endif
- };
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- class qualifier_list
- {
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<char>::other
- char_Allocator;
- typedef std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, char_Allocator>
- string_type;
-
- private:
- mutable bool M_printing_suppressed;
- typedef qualifier<Tp, Allocator> qual;
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<qual>::other qual_Allocator;
- typedef std::vector<qual, qual_Allocator> qual_vector;
- qual_vector M_qualifier_starts;
- session<Tp, Allocator>& M_demangler;
-
- void decode_KVrA(string_type& prefix, string_type& postfix, int cvq,
- typename qual_vector::
- const_reverse_iterator const& iter_array) const;
-
- public:
- qualifier_list(session<Tp, Allocator>& demangler_obj)
- : M_printing_suppressed(false), M_demangler(demangler_obj)
- { }
-
- void
- add_qualifier_start(simple_qualifier_nt simple_qualifier,
- int start_pos,
- int inside_substitution)
- { M_qualifier_starts.
- push_back(qualifier<Tp, Allocator>(start_pos,
- simple_qualifier, inside_substitution)); }
-
- void
- add_qualifier_start(cv_qualifier_nt cv_qualifier,
- int start_pos,
- int count,
- int inside_substitution)
- { M_qualifier_starts.
- push_back(qualifier<Tp, Allocator>(start_pos,
- cv_qualifier, &M_demangler.M_str[start_pos],
- count, inside_substitution)); }
-
- void
- add_qualifier_start(param_qualifier_nt param_qualifier,
- int start_pos,
- string_type optional_type,
- int inside_substitution)
- { M_qualifier_starts.
- push_back(qualifier<Tp, Allocator>(start_pos,
- param_qualifier, optional_type, inside_substitution)); }
-
- void
- decode_qualifiers(string_type& prefix,
- string_type& postfix,
- bool member_function_pointer_qualifiers) const;
-
- bool
- suppressed(void) const
- { return M_printing_suppressed; }
-
- void
- printing_suppressed(void)
- { M_printing_suppressed = true; }
-
- size_t
- size(void) const
- { return M_qualifier_starts.size(); }
-
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& os, qualifier_list const& list)
- {
- typename qual_vector::const_iterator
- iter = list.M_qualifier_starts.begin();
- if (iter != list.M_qualifier_starts.end())
- {
- os << "{ " << *iter;
- while (++iter != list.M_qualifier_starts.end())
- os << ", " << *iter;
- os << " }";
- }
- else
- os << "{ }";
- return os;
- }
-#endif
- };
-
- struct implementation_details
- {
- private:
- unsigned int M_style;
-
- public:
- // The following flags change the behaviour of the demangler. The
- // default behaviour is that none of these flags is set.
-
- static unsigned int const style_void = 1;
- // Default behaviour: int f()
- // Use (void) instead of (): int f(void)
-
- static unsigned int const style_literal = 2;
- // Default behaviour: (long)13,
- // (unsigned long long)19
- // Use extensions 'u', 'l' and 'll' for integral
- // literals (as in template arguments): 13l, 19ull
-
- static unsigned int const style_literal_int = 4;
- // Default behaviour: 4
- // Use also an explicit
- // cast for int in literals: (int)4
-
- static unsigned int const style_compact_expr_ops = 8;
- // Default behaviour: (i) < (3), sizeof (int)
- // Don't output spaces around
- // operators in expressions: (i)<(3), sizeof(int)
-
- static unsigned int const style_sizeof_typename = 16;
- // Default behaviour: sizeof (X::t)
- // Put 'typename' infront of <nested-name>
- // types inside a 'sizeof': sizeof (typename X::t)
-
- public:
- implementation_details(unsigned int style_flags = 0) :
- M_style(style_flags) { }
- virtual ~implementation_details() { }
- bool get_style_void(void) const
- { return (M_style & style_void); }
- bool get_style_literal(void) const
- { return (M_style & style_literal); }
- bool get_style_literal_int(void) const
- { return (M_style & style_literal_int); }
- bool get_style_compact_expr_ops(void) const
- { return (M_style & style_compact_expr_ops); }
- bool get_style_sizeof_typename(void) const
- { return (M_style & style_sizeof_typename); }
- // This can be overridden by user implementations.
- virtual bool decode_real(char* /* output */, unsigned long* /* input */,
- size_t /* size_of_real */) const
- { return false; }
- };
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- class session
- {
- public:
- friend class qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>;
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<char>::other
- char_Allocator;
- typedef std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, char_Allocator>
- string_type;
-
- private:
- char const* M_str;
- int M_pos;
- int M_maxpos;
- bool M_result;
- int M_inside_template_args;
- int M_inside_type;
- int M_inside_substitution;
- bool M_saw_destructor;
- bool M_name_is_cdtor;
- bool M_name_is_template;
- bool M_name_is_conversion_operator;
- bool M_template_args_need_space;
- string_type M_function_name;
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<int>::other
- int_Allocator;
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<substitution_st>::other
- subst_Allocator;
- std::vector<int, int_Allocator> M_template_arg_pos;
- int M_template_arg_pos_offset;
- std::vector<substitution_st, subst_Allocator> M_substitutions_pos;
- implementation_details const& M_implementation_details;
- typedef typename Allocator::template
- rebind<qualifier_list<Allocator> >::other qualifier_list_Allocator;
- qualifier_list_Allocator M_qualifier_list_alloc;
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- bool M_inside_add_substitution;
-#endif
-
- public:
- explicit session(char const* in, int len,
- implementation_details const& id = implementation_details())
- : M_str(in), M_pos(0), M_maxpos(len - 1), M_result(true),
- M_inside_template_args(0), M_inside_type(0),
- M_inside_substitution(0), M_saw_destructor(false),
- M_name_is_cdtor(false), M_name_is_template(false),
- M_name_is_conversion_operator(false),
- M_template_args_need_space(false), M_template_arg_pos_offset(0),
- M_implementation_details(id)
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- , M_inside_add_substitution(false)
-#endif
- { }
-
- static int
- decode_encoding(string_type& output, char const* input, int len,
- implementation_details const& id = implementation_details());
-
- bool
- decode_type(string_type& output,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers = NULL)
- {
- string_type postfix;
- bool res = decode_type_with_postfix(output, postfix, qualifiers);
- output += postfix;
- return res;
- }
-
- bool
- remaining_input_characters(void) const
- { return current() != 0; }
-
- private:
- char
- current(void) const
- { return (M_pos > M_maxpos) ? 0 : M_str[M_pos]; }
-
- char
- next_peek(void) const
- { return (M_pos >= M_maxpos) ? 0 : M_str[M_pos + 1]; }
-
- char
- next(void)
- { return (M_pos >= M_maxpos) ? 0 : M_str[++M_pos]; }
-
- char
- eat_current(void)
- { return (M_pos > M_maxpos) ? 0 : M_str[M_pos++]; }
-
- void
- store(int& saved_pos)
- { saved_pos = M_pos; }
-
- void
- restore(int saved_pos)
- { M_pos = saved_pos; M_result = true; }
-
- void
- add_substitution(int start_pos,
- substitution_nt sub_type,
- int number_of_prefixes);
-
- bool decode_type_with_postfix(string_type& prefix,
- string_type& postfix, qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers = NULL);
- bool decode_bare_function_type(string_type& output);
- bool decode_builtin_type(string_type& output);
- bool decode_call_offset(string_type& output);
- bool decode_class_enum_type(string_type& output);
- bool decode_expression(string_type& output);
- bool decode_literal(string_type& output);
- bool decode_local_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_name(string_type& output,
- string_type& nested_name_qualifiers);
- bool decode_nested_name(string_type& output,
- string_type& qualifiers);
- bool decode_number(string_type& output);
- bool decode_operator_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_source_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_substitution(string_type& output,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers = NULL);
- bool decode_template_args(string_type& output);
- bool decode_template_param(string_type& output,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers = NULL);
- bool decode_unqualified_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_unscoped_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_non_negative_decimal_integer(string_type& output);
- bool decode_special_name(string_type& output);
- bool decode_real(string_type& output, size_t size_of_real);
- };
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
-#if !_GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- inline
-#endif
- void
- session<Tp, Allocator>::add_substitution(int start_pos,
- substitution_nt sub_type,
- int number_of_prefixes = 0)
- {
- if (!M_inside_substitution)
- {
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- if (M_inside_add_substitution)
- return;
-#endif
- M_substitutions_pos.
- push_back(substitution_st(start_pos,
- sub_type, number_of_prefixes));
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- if (!DEBUGCHANNELS::dc::demangler.is_on())
- return;
- string_type substitution_name("S");
- int n = M_substitutions_pos.size() - 1;
- if (n > 0)
- substitution_name += (n <= 10) ? (char)(n + '0' - 1)
- : (char)(n + 'A' - 11);
- substitution_name += '_';
- string_type subst;
- int saved_pos = M_pos;
- M_pos = start_pos;
- M_inside_add_substitution = true;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DEBUG( dc::demangler.off() );
- switch(sub_type)
- {
- case type:
- decode_type(subst);
- break;
- case template_template_param:
- decode_template_param(subst);
- break;
- case nested_name_prefix:
- case nested_name_template_prefix:
- for (int cnt = number_of_prefixes; cnt > 0; --cnt)
- {
- if (current() == 'I')
- {
- subst += ' ';
- decode_template_args(subst);
- }
- else
- {
- if (cnt < number_of_prefixes)
- subst += "::";
- if (current() == 'S')
- decode_substitution(subst);
- else if (current() == 'T')
- decode_template_param(subst);
- else
- decode_unqualified_name(subst);
- }
- }
- break;
- case unscoped_template_name:
- decode_unscoped_name(subst);
- break;
- }
- M_pos = saved_pos;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DEBUG( dc::demangler.on() );
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT(dc::demangler,
- "Adding substitution " << substitution_name
- << " : " << subst
- << " (from " << location_ct((char*)__builtin_return_address(0)
- + builtin_return_address_offset)
- << " <- " << location_ct((char*)__builtin_return_address(1)
- + builtin_return_address_offset)
- << " <- " << location_ct((char*)__builtin_return_address(2)
- + builtin_return_address_offset)
- << ").");
- M_inside_add_substitution = false;
-#endif
- }
- }
-
- // We don't want to depend on locale (or include <cctype> for that matter).
- // We also don't want to use "safe-ctype.h" because that headerfile is not
- // available to the users.
- inline bool isdigit(char c) { return c >= '0' && c <= '9'; }
- inline bool islower(char c) { return c >= 'a' && c <= 'z'; }
- inline bool isupper(char c) { return c >= 'A' && c <= 'Z'; }
- inline char tolower(char c) { return isupper(c) ? c - 'A' + 'a' : c; }
-
- //
- // <non-negative decimal integer> ::= 0
- // ::= 1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9 [<digit>+]
- // <digit> ::= 0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::
- decode_non_negative_decimal_integer(string_type& output)
- {
- char c = current();
- if (c == '0')
- {
- output += '0';
- eat_current();
- }
- else if (!isdigit(c))
- M_result = false;
- else
- {
- do
- {
- output += c;
- }
- while (isdigit((c = next())));
- }
- return M_result;
- }
-
- // <number> ::= [n] <non-negative decimal integer>
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_number(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_number");
- if (current() != 'n')
- decode_non_negative_decimal_integer(output);
- else
- {
- output += '-';
- eat_current();
- decode_non_negative_decimal_integer(output);
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <builtin-type> ::= v # void
- // ::= w # wchar_t
- // ::= b # bool
- // ::= c # char
- // ::= a # signed char
- // ::= h # unsigned char
- // ::= s # short
- // ::= t # unsigned short
- // ::= i # int
- // ::= j # unsigned int
- // ::= l # long
- // ::= m # unsigned long
- // ::= x # long long, __int64
- // ::= y # unsigned long long, __int64
- // ::= n # __int128
- // ::= o # unsigned __int128
- // ::= f # float
- // ::= d # double
- // ::= e # long double, __float80
- // ::= g # __float128
- // ::= z # ellipsis
- // ::= u <source-name> # vendor extended type
- //
- char const* const builtin_type_c[26] =
- {
- "signed char", // a
- "bool", // b
- "char", // c
- "double", // d
- "long double", // e
- "float", // f
- "__float128", // g
- "unsigned char", // h
- "int", // i
- "unsigned int", // j
- NULL, // k
- "long", // l
- "unsigned long", // m
- "__int128", // n
- "unsigned __int128", // o
- NULL, // p
- NULL, // q
- NULL, // r
- "short", // s
- "unsigned short", // t
- NULL, // u
- "void", // v
- "wchar_t", // w
- "long long", // x
- "unsigned long long", // y
- "..." // z
- };
-
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_builtin_type(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_builtin_type");
- char const* bt;
- if (!islower(current()) || !(bt = builtin_type_c[current() - 'a']))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += bt;
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <class-enum-type> ::= <name>
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_class_enum_type(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_class_enum_type");
- string_type nested_name_qualifiers;
- if (!decode_name(output, nested_name_qualifiers))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += nested_name_qualifiers;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <substitution> ::=
- // S <seq-id> _
- // S_
- // St # ::std::
- // Sa # ::std::allocator
- // Sb # ::std::basic_string
- // Ss # ::std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>,
- // std::allocator<char> >
- // Si # ::std::basic_istream<char, std::char_traits<char> >
- // So # ::std::basic_ostream<char, std::char_traits<char> >
- // Sd # ::std::basic_iostream<char, std::char_traits<char> >
- //
- // <seq-id> ::=
- // 0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z
- // [<seq-id>] # Base 36 number
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_substitution(string_type& output,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_substitution");
- unsigned int value = 0;
- char c = next();
- if (c != '_')
- {
- switch(c)
- {
- case 'a':
- {
- output += "std::allocator";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "allocator";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- case 'b':
- {
- output += "std::basic_string";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "basic_string";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- case 'd':
- output += "std::iostream";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "iostream";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'i':
- output += "std::istream";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "istream";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'o':
- output += "std::ostream";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "ostream";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 's':
- output += "std::string";
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- {
- M_function_name = "string";
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- }
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 't':
- output += "std";
- eat_current();
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- default:
- for(;; c = next())
- {
- if (isdigit(c))
- value = value * 36 + c - '0';
- else if (isupper(c))
- value = value * 36 + c - 'A' + 10;
- else if (c == '_')
- break;
- else
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- ++value;
- break;
- }
- }
- eat_current();
- if (value >= M_substitutions_pos.size() ||
- M_inside_type > 20) // Rather than core dump.
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- ++M_inside_substitution;
- int saved_pos = M_pos;
- substitution_st& substitution(M_substitutions_pos[value]);
- M_pos = substitution.M_start_pos;
- switch(substitution.M_type)
- {
- case type:
- decode_type(output, qualifiers);
- break;
- case template_template_param:
- decode_template_param(output, qualifiers);
- break;
- case nested_name_prefix:
- case nested_name_template_prefix:
- for (int cnt = substitution.M_number_of_prefixes; cnt > 0; --cnt)
- {
- if (current() == 'I')
- {
- if (M_template_args_need_space)
- output += ' ';
- M_template_args_need_space = false;
- if (!decode_template_args(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else
- {
- if (cnt < substitution.M_number_of_prefixes)
- output += "::";
- if (current() == 'S')
- {
- if (!decode_substitution(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (!decode_unqualified_name(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- }
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- break;
- case unscoped_template_name:
- decode_unscoped_name(output);
- if (qualifiers)
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- break;
- }
- M_pos = saved_pos;
- --M_inside_substitution;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <template-param> ::= T_ # first template parameter
- // ::= T <parameter-2 non-negative number> _
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_template_param(string_type& output,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_template_parameter");
- if (current() != 'T')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- unsigned int value = 0;
- char c;
- if ((c = next()) != '_')
- {
- while(isdigit(c))
- {
- value = value * 10 + c - '0';
- c = next();
- }
- ++value;
- }
- if (eat_current() != '_')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- value += M_template_arg_pos_offset;
- if (value >= M_template_arg_pos.size())
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- int saved_pos = M_pos;
- M_pos = M_template_arg_pos[value];
- if (M_inside_type > 20) // Rather than core dump.
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- ++M_inside_substitution;
- if (current() == 'X')
- {
- eat_current();
- decode_expression(output);
- }
- else if (current() == 'L')
- decode_literal(output);
- else
- decode_type(output, qualifiers);
- --M_inside_substitution;
- M_pos = saved_pos;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_real(string_type& output, size_t size_of_real)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_real");
-
- unsigned long words[4]; // 32 bit per long, maximum of 128 bits.
- unsigned long* word = &words[0];
-
- int saved_pos;
- store(saved_pos);
-
- // The following assumes that leading zeroes are also included in the
- // mangled name, I am not sure that is conforming to the C++-ABI, but
- // it is what g++ does.
- unsigned char nibble, c = current();
- for(size_t word_cnt = size_of_real / 4; word_cnt > 0; --word_cnt)
- {
- for (int nibble_cnt = 0; nibble_cnt < 8; ++nibble_cnt)
- {
- // Translate character into nibble.
- if (c < '0' || c > 'f')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (c <= '9')
- nibble = c - '0';
- else if (c >= 'a')
- nibble = c - 'a' + 10;
- else
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- // Write nibble into word array.
- if (nibble_cnt == 0)
- *word = nibble << 28;
- else
- *word |= (nibble << (28 - 4 * nibble_cnt));
- c = next();
- }
- ++word;
- }
- char buf[24];
- if (M_implementation_details.decode_real(buf, words, size_of_real))
- {
- output += buf;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- restore(saved_pos);
-
- output += '[';
- c = current();
- for(size_t nibble_cnt = 0; nibble_cnt < 2 * size_of_real; ++nibble_cnt)
- {
- if (c < '0' || c > 'f' || (c > '9' && c < 'a'))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += c;
- c = next();
- }
- output += ']';
-
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_literal(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_literal");
- eat_current(); // Eat the 'L'.
- if (current() == '_')
- {
- if (next() != 'Z')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- eat_current();
- if ((M_pos += decode_encoding(output, M_str + M_pos,
- M_maxpos - M_pos + 1, M_implementation_details)) < 0)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else
- {
- // Special cases
- if (current() == 'b')
- {
- if (next() == '0')
- output += "false";
- else
- output += "true";
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- char c = current();
- if ((c == 'i' || c == 'j' || c == 'l' ||
- c == 'm' || c == 'x' || c == 'y') &&
- M_implementation_details.get_style_literal())
- eat_current();
- else if (c == 'i' &&
- !M_implementation_details.get_style_literal_int())
- eat_current();
- else
- {
- output += '(';
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ')';
- }
- if (c >= 'd' && c <= 'g')
- {
- size_t size_of_real = (c == 'd') ? sizeof(double) :
- ((c == 'f') ? sizeof(float) :
- (c == 'e') ? sizeof(long double) : 16);
- if (!decode_real(output, size_of_real))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (!decode_number(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (M_implementation_details.get_style_literal())
- {
- if (c == 'j' || c == 'm' || c == 'y')
- output += 'u';
- if (c == 'l' || c == 'm')
- output += 'l';
- if (c == 'x' || c == 'y')
- output += "ll";
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <operator-name> ::=
- // nw # new
- // na # new[]
- // dl # delete
- // da # delete[]
- // ps # + (unary)
- // ng # - (unary)
- // ad # & (unary)
- // de # * (unary)
- // co # ~
- // pl # +
- // mi # -
- // ml # *
- // dv # /
- // rm # %
- // an # &
- // or # |
- // eo # ^
- // aS # =
- // pL # +=
- // mI # -=
- // mL # *=
- // dV # /=
- // rM # %=
- // aN # &=
- // oR # |=
- // eO # ^=
- // ls # <<
- // rs # >>
- // lS # <<=
- // rS # >>=
- // eq # ==
- // ne # !=
- // lt # <
- // gt # >
- // le # <=
- // ge # >=
- // nt # !
- // aa # &&
- // oo # ||
- // pp # ++
- // mm # --
- // cm # ,
- // pm # ->*
- // pt # ->
- // cl # ()
- // ix # []
- // qu # ?
- // st # sizeof (a type)
- // sz # sizeof (an expression)
- // cv <type> # (cast)
- // v <digit> <source-name> # vendor extended operator
- //
- // Symbol operator codes exist of two characters, we need to find a
- // quick hash so that their names can be looked up in a table.
- //
- // The puzzle :)
- // Shift the rows so that there is at most one character per column.
- //
- // A perfect solution (Oh no, it's THE MATRIX!):
- // horizontal
- // ....................................... offset + 'a'
- // a, a||d|||||||||n||||s|||||||||||||||||||| 0
- // c, || |||||||lm o||| |||||||||||||||||||| 0
- // d, || a|||e|| l|| ||||||v||||||||||||| 4
- // e, || ||| || || |||o|q ||||||||||||| 8
- // g, || ||| || || e|| | ||||||||t|||| 15
- // i, || ||| || || || | |||||||| |||x 15
- // l, |e ||| || st || | |||||||| ||| -2
- // m, | |i| lm || | |||||||| ||| -2
- // n, a e g t| w |||||||| ||| 1
- // o, | ||||o||r ||| 16
- // p, | ||lm |p st| 17
- // q, | u| | | 6
- // r, m s | | 9
- // s, t z 12
- // .......................................
- // ^ ^__ second character
- // |___ first character
- //
-
- // Putting that solution in tables:
-
- char const offset_table_c [1 + CHAR_MAX - CHAR_MIN ] =
- {
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
-#if (CHAR_MIN < 0)
- // Add -CHAR_MIN extra zeroes (128):
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
- // a b c d e f g h i j k
- 0, -97, 0, -97, -93, -89, 0, -82, 0, -82, 0, 0,
- // l m n o p q r s t u v
- -99, -99, -96, -81, -80, -91, -88, -85, 0, 0, 0,
-#else
- // a b c d e f g h i j k
- 0, 159, 0, 159, 163, 167, 0, 174, 0, 174, 0, 0,
- // l m n o p q r s t u v
- 157, 157, 160, 175, 176, 165, 168, 171, 0, 0, 0,
-#endif
- // ... more zeros
- };
-
- enum xary_nt {
- unary,
- binary,
- trinary
- };
-
- struct entry_st
- {
- char const* opcode;
- char const* symbol_name;
- xary_nt type;
- };
-
- entry_st const symbol_name_table_c[39] = {
- { "aa", "operator&&", binary },
- { "na", "operator new[]", unary },
- { "le", "operator<=", binary },
- { "ad", "operator&", unary },
- { "da", "operator delete[]", unary },
- { "ne", "operator!=", binary },
- { "mi=", "operator-", binary },
- { "ng", "operator-", unary },
- { "de", "operator*", unary },
- { "ml=", "operator*", binary },
- { "mm", "operator--", unary },
- { "cl", "operator()", unary },
- { "cm", "operator,", binary },
- { "an=", "operator&", binary },
- { "co", "operator~", binary },
- { "dl", "operator delete", unary },
- { "ls=", "operator<<", binary },
- { "lt", "operator<", binary },
- { "as=", "operator", binary },
- { "ge", "operator>=", binary },
- { "nt", "operator!", unary },
- { "rm=", "operator%", binary },
- { "eo=", "operator^", binary },
- { "nw", "operator new", unary },
- { "eq", "operator==", binary },
- { "dv=", "operator/", binary },
- { "qu", "operator?", trinary },
- { "rs=", "operator>>", binary },
- { "pl=", "operator+", binary },
- { "pm", "operator->*", binary },
- { "oo", "operator||", binary },
- { "st", "sizeof", unary },
- { "pp", "operator++", unary },
- { "or=", "operator|", binary },
- { "gt", "operator>", binary },
- { "ps", "operator+", unary },
- { "pt", "operator->", binary },
- { "sz", "sizeof", unary },
- { "ix", "operator[]", unary }
- };
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_operator_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_operator_name");
-
- char opcode0 = current();
- char opcode1 = tolower(next());
-
- register char hash;
- if ((hash = offset_table_c[opcode0 - CHAR_MIN]))
- {
- hash += opcode1;
- if (
-#if (CHAR_MIN < 0)
- hash >= 0 &&
-#endif
- hash < 39)
- {
- int index = static_cast<int>(static_cast<unsigned char>(hash));
- entry_st entry = symbol_name_table_c[index];
- if (entry.opcode[0] == opcode0 && entry.opcode[1] == opcode1
- && (opcode1 == current() || entry.opcode[2] == '='))
- {
- output += entry.symbol_name;
- if (opcode1 != current())
- output += '=';
- eat_current();
- if (hash == 16 || hash == 17)
- M_template_args_need_space = true;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (opcode0 == 'c' && opcode1 == 'v') // casting operator
- {
- eat_current();
- output += "operator ";
- if (current() == 'T')
- {
- // This is a templated cast operator.
- // It must be of the form "cvT_I...E".
- // Let M_template_arg_pos already point
- // to the template argument.
- M_template_arg_pos_offset = M_template_arg_pos.size();
- M_template_arg_pos.push_back(M_pos + 3);
- }
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (!M_inside_template_args)
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = true;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
-
- //
- // <expression> ::= <unary operator-name> <expression>
- // ::= <binary operator-name> <expression> <expression>
- // ::= <trinary operator-name> <expression> <expression> <expression>
- // ::= st <type>
- // ::= <template-param>
- // ::= sr <type> <unqualified-name> # dependent name
- // ::= sr <type> <unqualified-name> <template-args> # dependent template-id
- // ::= <expr-primary>
- //
- // <expr-primary> ::= L <type> <value number> E # integer literal
- // ::= L <type> <value float> E # floating literal
- // ::= L <mangled-name> E # external name
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_expression(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_expression");
- if (current() == 'T')
- {
- if (!decode_template_param(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (current() == 'L')
- {
- if (!decode_literal(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'E')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (current() == 's')
- {
- char opcode1 = next();
- if (opcode1 == 't' || opcode1 == 'z')
- {
- eat_current();
- if (M_implementation_details.get_style_compact_expr_ops())
- output += "sizeof(";
- else
- output += "sizeof (";
- if (opcode1 == 't')
- {
- // I cannot think of a mangled name that is valid for both cases
- // when just replacing the 't' by a 'z' or vica versa, which
- // indicates that there is no ambiguity that dictates the need
- // for a seperate "st" case, except to be able catch invalid
- // mangled names. However there CAN be ambiguity in the demangled
- // name when there are both a type and a symbol of the same name,
- // which then leads to different encoding (of course) with
- // sizeof (type) or sizeof (expression) respectively, but that
- // ambiguity is not per se related to "sizeof" except that that
- // is the only place where both a type AND an expression are valid
- // in as part of a (template function) type.
- //
- // Example:
- //
- // struct B { typedef int t; };
- // struct A : public B { static int t[2]; };
- // template<int i, int j> struct C { typedef int q; };
- // template<int i, typename T>
- // void f(typename C<sizeof (typename T::t),
- // sizeof (T::t)>::q) { }
- // void instantiate() { f<5, A>(0); }
- //
- // Leads to _Z1fILi5E1AEvN1CIXstN1T1tEEXszsrS2_1tEE1qE which
- // demangles as
- // void f<5, A>(C<sizeof (T::t), sizeof (T::t)>::q)
- //
- // This is ambiguity is very unlikely to happen and it is kind
- // of fuzzy to detect when adding a 'typename' makes sense.
- //
- if (M_implementation_details.get_style_sizeof_typename())
- {
- // We can only get here inside a template parameter,
- // so this is syntactically correct if the given type is
- // a typedef. The only disadvantage is that it is inconsistent
- // with all other places where the 'typename' keyword should be
- // used and we don't.
- // With this, the above example will demangle as
- // void f<5, A>(C<sizeof (typename T::t), sizeof (T::t)>::q)
- if (current() == 'N' || // <nested-name>
- // This should be a safe bet.
- (current() == 'S' &&
- next_peek() == 't')) // std::something, guess that
- // this involves a typedef.
- output += "typename ";
- }
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else
- {
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- output += ')';
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (current() == 'r')
- {
- eat_current();
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "::";
- if (!decode_unqualified_name(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'I' || decode_template_args(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
- else
- {
- char opcode0 = current();
- char opcode1 = tolower(next());
-
- register char hash;
- if ((hash = offset_table_c[opcode0 - CHAR_MIN]))
- {
- hash += opcode1;
- if (
-#if (CHAR_MIN < 0)
- hash >= 0 &&
-#endif
- hash < 39)
- {
- int index = static_cast<int>(static_cast<unsigned char>(hash));
- entry_st entry = symbol_name_table_c[index];
- if (entry.opcode[0] == opcode0 && entry.opcode[1] == opcode1
- && (opcode1 == current() || entry.opcode[2] == '='))
- {
- char const* op = entry.symbol_name + 8; // Skip "operator".
- if (*op == ' ') // operator new and delete.
- ++op;
- if (entry.type == unary)
- output += op;
- bool is_eq = (opcode1 != current());
- eat_current();
- if (index == 34 && M_inside_template_args) // operator>
- output += '(';
- output += '(';
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ')';
- if (entry.type != unary)
- {
- if (!M_implementation_details.get_style_compact_expr_ops())
- output += ' ';
- output += op;
- if (is_eq)
- output += '=';
- if (!M_implementation_details.get_style_compact_expr_ops())
- output += ' ';
- output += '(';
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ')';
- if (index == 34 && M_inside_template_args)
- output += ')';
- if (entry.type == trinary)
- {
- if (M_implementation_details.get_style_compact_expr_ops())
- output += ":(";
- else
- output += " : (";
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ')';
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (opcode0 == 'c' &&
- opcode1 == 'v') // casting operator.
- {
- eat_current();
- output += '(';
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ")(";
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += ')';
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
-
- //
- // <template-args> ::= I <template-arg>+ E
- // <template-arg> ::= <type> # type or template
- // ::= L <type> <value number> E # integer literal
- // ::= L <type> <value float> E # floating literal
- // ::= L <mangled-name> E # external name
- // ::= X <expression> E # expression
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_template_args(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_template_args");
- if (eat_current() != 'I')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- int prev_size = M_template_arg_pos.size();
- ++M_inside_template_args;
- if (M_template_args_need_space)
- {
- output += ' ';
- M_template_args_need_space = false;
- }
- output += '<';
- for(;;)
- {
- if (M_inside_template_args == 1 && !M_inside_type)
- M_template_arg_pos.push_back(M_pos);
- if (current() == 'X')
- {
- eat_current();
- if (!decode_expression(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'E')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- eat_current();
- }
- else if (current() == 'L')
- {
- if (!decode_literal(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'E')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- eat_current();
- }
- else if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() == 'E')
- break;
- output += ", ";
- }
- eat_current();
- if (*(output.rbegin()) == '>')
- output += ' ';
- output += '>';
- --M_inside_template_args;
- if (!M_inside_template_args && !M_inside_type)
- {
- M_name_is_template = true;
- M_template_arg_pos_offset = prev_size;
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <bare-function-type> ::=
- // <signature type>+ # Types are parameter types.
- //
- // Note that the possible return type of the <bare-function-type>
- // has already been eaten before we call this function. This makes
- // our <bare-function-type> slightly different from the one in
- // the C++-ABI description.
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_bare_function_type(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_bare_function_type");
- if (M_saw_destructor)
- {
- if (eat_current() != 'v' || (current() != 'E' && current() != 0))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "()";
- M_saw_destructor = false;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- if (current() == 'v' && !M_implementation_details.get_style_void())
- {
- eat_current();
- if (current() != 'E' && current() != 0)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "()";
- M_saw_destructor = false;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- output += '(';
- M_template_args_need_space = false;
- if (!decode_type(output)) // Must have at least one parameter.
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- while (current() != 'E' && current() != 0)
- {
- output += ", ";
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- output += ')';
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <type> ::=
- // <builtin-type> # Starts with a lower case character != r.
- // <function-type> # Starts with F
- // <class-enum-type> # Starts with N, S, C, D, Z, a digit or a lower
- // # case character. Since a lower case character
- // # would be an operator name, that would be an
- // # error. The S is a substitution or St
- // # (::std::). A 'C' would be a constructor and
- // # thus also an error.
- // <template-param> # Starts with T
- // <substitution> # Starts with S
- // <template-template-param> <template-args> # Starts with T or S,
- // # equivalent with the above.
- //
- // <array-type> # Starts with A
- // <pointer-to-member-type> # Starts with M
- // <CV-qualifiers> <type> # Starts with r, V or K
- // P <type> # pointer-to # Starts with P
- // R <type> # reference-to # Starts with R
- // C <type> # complex (C 2000) # Starts with C
- // G <type> # imaginary (C 2000)# Starts with G
- // U <source-name> <type> # vendor extended type qualifier,
- // # starts with U
- //
- // <template-template-param> ::= <template-param>
- // ::= <substitution>
-
- // My own analysis of how to decode qualifiers:
- //
- // F is a <function-type>, <T> is a <builtin-type>, <class-enum-type>,
- // <template-param> or <template-template-param> <template-args>.
- // <Q> represents a series of qualifiers (not G or C).
- // <C> is an unqualified type.
- // <R> is a qualified type.
- // <B> is the bare-function-type without return type.
- // <I> is the array index.
- // Substitutions:
- // <Q>M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E ==> R (C::*Q)B Q2 "<C>", "F<R><B>E"
- // (<R> and <B> recursive),
- // "M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E".
- // <Q>F<R><B>E ==> R (Q)B "<R>", "<B>" (<B> recursive)
- // and "F<R><B>E".
- //
- // Note that if <R> has postfix qualifiers (an array or function), then
- // those are added AFTER the (member) function type. For example:
- // <Q>FPA<R><B>E ==> R (*(Q)B) [], where the PA added the prefix
- // "(*" and the postfix ") []".
- //
- // <Q>G<T> ==> imaginary T Q "<T>", "G<T>" (<T> recursive).
- // <Q>C<T> ==> complex T Q "<T>", "C<T>" (<T> recursive).
- // <Q><T> ==> T Q "<T>" (<T> recursive).
- //
- // where <Q> is any of:
- //
- // <Q>P ==> *Q "P..."
- // <Q>R ==> &Q "R..."
- // <Q>[K|V|r]+ ==> [ const| volatile| restrict]+Q "KVr..."
- // <Q>U<S> ==> SQ "U<S>..."
- // <Q>M<C> ==> C::*Q "M<C>..." (<C> recurs.)
- // A<I> ==> [I] "A<I>..." (<I> recurs.)
- // <Q>A<I> ==> (Q) [I] "A<I>..." (<I> recurs.)
- // Note that when <Q> ends on an A<I2> then the brackets are omitted
- // and no space is written between the two:
- // A<I2>A<I> ==> [I2][I]
- // If <Q> ends on [KVr]+, which can happen in combination with
- // substitutions only, then special handling is required, see below.
- //
- // A <substitution> is handled with an input position switch during which
- // new substitutions are turned off. Because recursive handling of types
- // (and therefore the order in which substitutions must be generated) must
- // be done left to right, but the generation of Q needs processing right to
- // left, substitutions per <type> are generated by reading the input left
- // to right and marking the starts of all substitutions only - implicitly
- // finishing them at the end of the type. Then the output and real
- // substitutions are generated.
- //
- // The following comment was for the demangling of g++ version 3.0.x. The
- // mangling (and I believe even the ABI description) have been fixed now
- // (as of g++ version 3.1).
- //
- // g++ 3.0.x only:
- // The ABI specifies for pointer-to-member function types the format
- // <Q>M<T>F<R><B>E. In other words, the qualifier <Q2> (see above) is
- // implicitely contained in <T> instead of explicitly part of the M format.
- // I am convinced that this is a bug in the ABI. Unfortunately, this is
- // how we have to demangle things as it has a direct impact on the order
- // in which substitutions are stored. This ill-formed design results in
- // rather ill-formed demangler code too however :/
- //
- // <Q2> is now explicitely part of the M format.
- // For some weird reason, g++ (3.2.1) does not add substitutions for
- // qualified member function pointers. I think that is another bug.
- //
-
- // In the case of
- // <Q>A<I>
- // where <Q> ends on [K|V|r]+ then that part should be processed as
- // if it was behind the A<I> instead of in front of it. This is
- // because a constant array of ints is normally always mangled as
- // an array of constant ints. KVr qualifiers can end up in front
- // of an array when the array is part of a substitution or template
- // parameter, but the demangling should still result in the same
- // syntax; thus KA2_i (const array of ints) must result in the same
- // demangling as A2_Ki (array of const ints). As a result we must
- // demangle ...[...[[KVr]+A<I0>][KVr]+A<I1>]...[KVr]+A<In>[KVr]+
- // as A<I0>A<I1>...A<In>[KVr]+ where each K, V and r in the series
- // collapses to a single character at the right of the string.
- // For example:
- // VA9_KrA6_KVi --> A9_A6_KVri --> int volatile const restrict [9][6]
- // Note that substitutions are still added as usual (the translation
- // to A9_A6_KVri does not really happen).
- //
- // This decoding is achieved by delaying the decoding of any sequence
- // of [KVrA]'s and processing them together in the order: first the
- // short-circuited KVr part and then the arrays.
- static int const cvq_K = 1; // Saw at least one K
- static int const cvq_V = 2; // Saw at least one V
- static int const cvq_r = 4; // Saw at least one r
- static int const cvq_A = 8; // Saw at least one A
- static int const cvq_last = 16; // No remaining qualifiers.
- static int const cvq_A_cnt = 32; // Bit 5 and higher represent the
- // number of A's in the series.
- // In the function below, iter_array points to the first (right most)
- // A in the series, if any.
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- void
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>::decode_KVrA(
- string_type& prefix, string_type& postfix, int cvq,
- typename qual_vector::const_reverse_iterator const& iter_array) const
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING3("decode_KVrA");
- if ((cvq & cvq_K))
- prefix += " const";
- if ((cvq & cvq_V))
- prefix += " volatile";
- if ((cvq & cvq_r))
- prefix += " restrict";
- if ((cvq & cvq_A))
- {
- int n = cvq >> 5;
- for (typename qual_vector::
- const_reverse_iterator iter = iter_array;
- iter != M_qualifier_starts.rend(); ++iter)
- {
- switch((*iter).first_qualifier())
- {
- case 'K':
- case 'V':
- case 'r':
- break;
- case 'A':
- {
- string_type index = (*iter).get_optional_type();
- if (--n == 0 && (cvq & cvq_last))
- postfix = " [" + index + "]" + postfix;
- else if (n > 0)
- postfix = "[" + index + "]" + postfix;
- else
- {
- prefix += " (";
- postfix = ") [" + index + "]" + postfix;
- }
- break;
- }
- default:
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN3;
- }
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN3;
- }
-
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- void
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>::decode_qualifiers(
- string_type& prefix,
- string_type& postfix,
- bool member_function_pointer_qualifiers = false) const
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING3("decode_qualifiers");
- int cvq = 0;
- typename qual_vector::const_reverse_iterator iter_array;
- for(typename qual_vector::
- const_reverse_iterator iter = M_qualifier_starts.rbegin();
- iter != M_qualifier_starts.rend(); ++iter)
- {
- if (!member_function_pointer_qualifiers
- && !(*iter).part_of_substitution())
- {
- int saved_inside_substitution = M_demangler.M_inside_substitution;
- M_demangler.M_inside_substitution = 0;
- M_demangler.add_substitution((*iter).get_start_pos(), type);
- M_demangler.M_inside_substitution = saved_inside_substitution;
- }
- char qualifier_char = (*iter).first_qualifier();
- for(; qualifier_char; qualifier_char = (*iter).next_qualifier())
- {
- switch(qualifier_char)
- {
- case 'P':
- if (cvq)
- {
- decode_KVrA(prefix, postfix, cvq, iter_array);
- cvq = 0;
- }
- prefix += "*";
- break;
- case 'R':
- if (cvq)
- {
- decode_KVrA(prefix, postfix, cvq, iter_array);
- cvq = 0;
- }
- prefix += "&";
- break;
- case 'K':
- cvq |= cvq_K;
- continue;
- case 'V':
- cvq |= cvq_V;
- continue;
- case 'r':
- cvq |= cvq_r;
- continue;
- case 'A':
- if (!(cvq & cvq_A))
- {
- cvq |= cvq_A;
- iter_array = iter;
- }
- cvq += cvq_A_cnt;
- break;
- case 'M':
- if (cvq)
- {
- decode_KVrA(prefix, postfix, cvq, iter_array);
- cvq = 0;
- }
- prefix += " ";
- prefix += (*iter).get_optional_type();
- prefix += "::*";
- break;
- case 'U':
- if (cvq)
- {
- decode_KVrA(prefix, postfix, cvq, iter_array);
- cvq = 0;
- }
- prefix += " ";
- prefix += (*iter).get_optional_type();
- break;
- case 'G': // Only here so we added a substitution.
- break;
- }
- break;
- }
- }
- if (cvq)
- decode_KVrA(prefix, postfix, cvq|cvq_last, iter_array);
- M_printing_suppressed = false;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN3;
- }
-
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_type_with_postfix(
- string_type& prefix, string_type& postfix,
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator>* qualifiers)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING2("decode_type");
- ++M_inside_type;
- bool recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call;
- if (!(recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call = qualifiers))
- {
- qualifier_list<Allocator>* raw_qualifiers = M_qualifier_list_alloc.allocate(1);
- qualifiers = new (raw_qualifiers) qualifier_list<Allocator>(*this);
- }
- // First eat all qualifiers.
- bool failure = false;
- for(;;) // So we can use 'continue' to eat the next qualifier.
- {
- int start_pos = M_pos;
- switch(current())
- {
- case 'P':
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(pointer, start_pos,
- M_inside_substitution);
- eat_current();
- continue;
- case 'R':
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(reference, start_pos,
- M_inside_substitution);
- eat_current();
- continue;
- case 'K':
- case 'V':
- case 'r':
- {
- char c;
- int count = 0;
- do
- {
- ++count;
- c = next();
- }
- while(c == 'K' || c == 'V' || c == 'r');
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(cv_qualifier, start_pos, count,
- M_inside_substitution);
- continue;
- }
- case 'U':
- {
- eat_current();
- string_type source_name;
- if (!decode_source_name(source_name))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(vendor_extension, start_pos,
- source_name, M_inside_substitution);
- continue;
- }
- case 'A':
- {
- // <array-type> ::= A <positive dimension number> _ <element type>
- // ::= A [<dimension expression>] _ <element type>
- //
- string_type index;
- int saved_pos;
- store(saved_pos);
- if (next() == 'n' || !decode_number(index))
- {
- restore(saved_pos);
- if (next() != '_' && !decode_expression(index))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- }
- if (eat_current() != '_')
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(array, start_pos, index,
- M_inside_substitution);
- continue;
- }
- case 'M':
- {
- // <pointer-to-member-type> ::= M <class type> <member type>
- // <Q>M<C> or <Q>M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E
- eat_current();
- string_type class_type;
- if (!decode_type(class_type)) // Substitution: "<C>".
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- char c = current();
- if (c == 'F' || c == 'K' || c == 'V' || c == 'r')
- // Must be CV-qualifiers and a member function pointer.
- {
- // <Q>M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E ==> R (C::*Q)B Q2
- // substitutions: "<C>", "F<R><B>E" (<R> and <B>
- // recursive), "M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E".
- int count = 0;
- int Q2_start_pos = M_pos;
- while(c == 'K' || c == 'V' || c == 'r') // Decode <Q2>.
- {
- ++count;
- c = next();
- }
- qualifier_list<Tp, Allocator> class_type_qualifiers(*this);
- if (count)
- class_type_qualifiers.
- add_qualifier_start(cv_qualifier, Q2_start_pos,
- count, M_inside_substitution);
- string_type member_function_qualifiers;
- // It is unclear why g++ doesn't add a substitution for
- // "<Q2>F<R><B>E" as it should I think.
- string_type member_function_qualifiers_postfix;
- class_type_qualifiers.
- decode_qualifiers(member_function_qualifiers,
- member_function_qualifiers_postfix, true);
- member_function_qualifiers +=
- member_function_qualifiers_postfix;
- // I don't think this substitution is actually ever used.
- int function_pos = M_pos;
- if (eat_current() != 'F')
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- // Return type.
- // Constructors, destructors and conversion operators don't
- // have a return type, but seem to never get here.
- string_type return_type_postfix;
- if (!decode_type_with_postfix(prefix, return_type_postfix))
- // substitution: <R> recursive
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- prefix += " (";
- prefix += class_type;
- prefix += "::*";
- string_type bare_function_type;
- if (!decode_bare_function_type(bare_function_type)
- || eat_current() != 'E') // Substitution: <B> recursive.
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- // substitution: "F<R><B>E".
- add_substitution(function_pos, type);
- // substitution: "M<C><Q2>F<R><B>E".
- add_substitution(start_pos, type);
- // substitution: all qualified types if any.
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- postfix += ")";
- postfix += bare_function_type;
- postfix += member_function_qualifiers;
- postfix += return_type_postfix;
- goto decode_type_exit;
- }
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(pointer_to_member, start_pos,
- class_type, M_inside_substitution);
- continue;
- }
- default:
- break;
- }
- break;
- }
- if (!failure)
- {
- // <Q>G<T> ==> imaginary T Q
- // substitutions: "<T>", "G<T>" (<T> recursive).
- // <Q>C<T> ==> complex T Q
- // substitutions: "<T>", "C<T>" (<T> recursive).
- if (current() == 'C' || current() == 'G')
- {
- prefix += current() == 'C' ? "complex " : "imaginary ";
- qualifiers->add_qualifier_start(complex_or_imaginary, M_pos,
- M_inside_substitution);
- eat_current();
- }
- int start_pos = M_pos;
- switch(current())
- {
- case 'F':
- {
- // <function-type> ::= F [Y] <bare-function-type> E
- //
- // Note that g++ never generates the 'Y', but we try to
- // demangle it anyway.
- bool extern_C = (next() == 'Y');
- if (extern_C)
- eat_current();
-
- // <Q>F<R><B>E ==> R (Q)B
- // substitution: "<R>", "<B>" (<B> recursive) and "F<R><B>E".
-
- // Return type.
- string_type return_type_postfix;
- if (!decode_type_with_postfix(prefix, return_type_postfix))
- // Substitution: "<R>".
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- // Only array and function (pointer) types have a postfix.
- // In that case we don't want the space but expect something
- // like prefix is "int (*" and postfix is ") [1]".
- // We do want the space if this pointer is qualified.
- if (return_type_postfix.size() == 0 ||
- (prefix.size() > 0 && *prefix.rbegin() != '*'))
- prefix += ' ';
- prefix += '(';
- string_type bare_function_type;
- if (!decode_bare_function_type(bare_function_type)
- // substitution: "<B>" (<B> recursive).
- || eat_current() != 'E')
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- add_substitution(start_pos, type); // Substitution: "F<R><B>E".
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- // substitution: all qualified types, if any.
- postfix += ")";
- if (extern_C)
- postfix += " [extern \"C\"] ";
- postfix += bare_function_type;
- postfix += return_type_postfix;
- break;
- }
- case 'T':
- if (!decode_template_param(prefix, qualifiers))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- if (current() == 'I')
- {
- add_substitution(start_pos, template_template_param);
- // substitution: "<template-template-param>".
- if (!decode_template_args(prefix))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- }
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call
- && qualifiers->suppressed())
- {
- add_substitution(start_pos, type);
- // substitution: "<template-param>" or
- // "<template-template-param> <template-args>".
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- // substitution: all qualified types, if any.
- }
- break;
- case 'S':
- if (M_pos >= M_maxpos)
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- if (M_str[M_pos + 1] != 't')
- {
- if (!decode_substitution(prefix, qualifiers))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- if (current() == 'I')
- {
- if (!decode_template_args(prefix))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call
- && qualifiers->suppressed())
- add_substitution(start_pos, type);
- // Substitution:
- // "<template-template-param> <template-args>".
- }
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call
- && qualifiers->suppressed())
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- // Substitution: all qualified types, if any.
- break;
- }
- /* Fall-through for St */
- case 'N':
- case 'Z':
- case '0':
- case '1':
- case '2':
- case '3':
- case '4':
- case '5':
- case '6':
- case '7':
- case '8':
- case '9':
- // <Q><T> ==> T Q
- // substitutions: "<T>" (<T> recursive).
- if (!decode_class_enum_type(prefix))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call)
- {
- add_substitution(start_pos, type);
- // substitution: "<class-enum-type>".
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- // substitution: all qualified types, if any.
- }
- else
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- break;
- default:
- // <Q><T> ==> T Q
- // substitutions: "<T>" (<T> recursive).
- if (!decode_builtin_type(prefix))
- {
- failure = true;
- break;
- }
- // If decode_type was called from decode_template_param then we
- // need to suppress calling qualifiers here in order to get a
- // substitution added anyway (for the <template-param>).
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call)
- qualifiers->decode_qualifiers(prefix, postfix);
- else
- qualifiers->printing_suppressed();
- break;
- }
- }
- decode_type_exit:
- --M_inside_type;
- if (!recursive_template_param_or_substitution_call)
- {
- qualifiers->~qualifier_list<Allocator>();
- M_qualifier_list_alloc.deallocate(qualifiers, 1);
- }
- if (failure)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN2;
- }
-
- // <nested-name> ::= N [<CV-qualifiers>] <prefix> <unqualified-name> E
- // ::= N [<CV-qualifiers>] <template-prefix> <template-args> E
- //
- // <prefix> ::= <prefix> <unqualified-name>
- // ::= <template-prefix> <template-args>
- // ::= <template-param>
- // ::= # empty
- // ::= <substitution>
- //
- // <template-prefix> ::= <prefix> <template unqualified-name>
- // ::= <template-param>
- // ::= <substitution>
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_nested_name(string_type& output,
- string_type& qualifiers)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_nested_name");
-
- if (current() != 'N' || M_pos >= M_maxpos)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
-
- // <CV-qualifiers> ::= [r] [V] [K] # restrict (C99), volatile, const
- char const* qualifiers_start = &M_str[M_pos + 1];
- for (char c = next(); c == 'K' || c == 'V' || c == 'r'; c = next());
- for (char const* qualifier_ptr = &M_str[M_pos - 1];
- qualifier_ptr >= qualifiers_start; --qualifier_ptr)
- switch(*qualifier_ptr)
- {
- case 'K':
- qualifiers += " const";
- break;
- case 'V':
- qualifiers += " volatile";
- break;
- case 'r':
- qualifiers += " restrict";
- break;
- }
-
- int number_of_prefixes = 0;
- int substitution_start = M_pos;
- for(;;)
- {
- ++number_of_prefixes;
- if (current() == 'S')
- {
- if (!decode_substitution(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (current() == 'I')
- {
- if (!decode_template_args(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'E')
- {
- // substitution: "<template-prefix> <template-args>".
- add_substitution(substitution_start, nested_name_prefix,
- number_of_prefixes);
- }
- }
- else
- {
- if (current() == 'T')
- {
- if (!decode_template_param(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (!decode_unqualified_name(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() != 'E')
- {
- // substitution: "<prefix> <unqualified-name>" or
- // "<prefix> <template unqualified-name>".
- add_substitution(substitution_start,
- (current() == 'I') ? nested_name_template_prefix
- : nested_name_prefix,
- number_of_prefixes);
- }
- }
- if (current() == 'E')
- {
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- if (current() != 'I')
- output += "::";
- else if (M_template_args_need_space)
- output += ' ';
- M_template_args_need_space = false;
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
-
- // <local-name> := Z <function encoding> E <entity name> [<discriminator>]
- // := Z <function encoding> E s [<discriminator>]
- // <discriminator> := _ <non-negative number>
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_local_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_local_name");
- if (current() != 'Z' || M_pos >= M_maxpos)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if ((M_pos += decode_encoding(output, M_str + M_pos + 1,
- M_maxpos - M_pos, M_implementation_details) + 1) < 0 ||
- eat_current() != 'E')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "::";
- if (current() == 's')
- {
- eat_current();
- output += "string literal";
- }
- else
- {
- string_type nested_name_qualifiers;
- if (!decode_name(output, nested_name_qualifiers))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += nested_name_qualifiers;
- }
- string_type discriminator;
- if (current() == '_' && next() != 'n' && !decode_number(discriminator))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <source-name> ::= <positive length number> <identifier>
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_source_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_source_name");
- int length = current() - '0';
- if (length < 1 || length > 9)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- while(isdigit(next()))
- length = 10 * length + current() - '0';
- char const* ptr = &M_str[M_pos];
- if (length > 11 && !strncmp(ptr, "_GLOBAL_", 8) && ptr[9] == 'N'
- && ptr[8] == ptr[10])
- {
- output += "(anonymous namespace)";
- if ((M_pos += length) > M_maxpos + 1)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else
- while(length--)
- {
- if (current() == 0)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += eat_current();
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <unqualified-name> ::= <operator-name> # Starts with lower case.
- // ::= <ctor-dtor-name> # Starts with 'C' or 'D'.
- // ::= <source-name> # Starts with a digit.
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_unqualified_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_unqualified_name");
- if (M_inside_template_args)
- {
- if (!decode_source_name(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (isdigit(current()))
- {
- bool recursive_unqualified_name = (&M_function_name == &output);
- // This can be a recursive call when we are decoding
- // an <operator-name> that is a cast operator for a some
- // <unqualified-name>; for example "operator Foo()".
- // In that case this is thus not a ctor or dtor and we
- // are not interested in updating M_function_name.
- if (!recursive_unqualified_name)
- M_function_name.clear();
- M_name_is_template = false;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- if (!decode_source_name(M_function_name))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (!recursive_unqualified_name)
- output += M_function_name;
- }
- else if (islower(current()))
- {
- M_function_name.clear();
- M_name_is_template = false;
- M_name_is_cdtor = false;
- M_name_is_conversion_operator = false;
- if (!decode_operator_name(M_function_name))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += M_function_name;
- }
- else if (current() == 'C' || current() == 'D')
- {
- // <ctor-dtor-name> ::=
- // C1 # complete object (in-charge) constructor
- // C2 # base object (not-in-charge) constructor
- // C3 # complete object (in-charge) allocating constructor
- // D0 # deleting (in-charge) destructor
- // D1 # complete object (in-charge) destructor
- // D2 # base object (not-in-charge) destructor
- //
- if (current() == 'C')
- {
- char c = next();
- if (c < '1' || c > '3')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else
- {
- char c = next();
- if (c < '0' || c > '2')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += '~';
- M_saw_destructor = true;
- }
- M_name_is_cdtor = true;
- eat_current();
- output += M_function_name;
- }
- else
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <unscoped-name> ::=
- // <unqualified-name> # Starts not with an 'S'
- // St <unqualified-name> # ::std::
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_unscoped_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_unscoped_name");
- if (current() == 'S')
- {
- if (next() != 't')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- eat_current();
- output += "std::";
- }
- decode_unqualified_name(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <name> ::=
- // <nested-name> # Starts with 'N'
- // <unscoped-template-name> <template-args> # idem
- // <local-name> # Starts with 'Z'
- // <unscoped-name> # Starts with 'S', 'C', 'D',
- // # a digit or a lower case
- // # character.
- //
- // <unscoped-template-name> ::= <unscoped-name>
- // ::= <substitution>
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_name(string_type& output,
- string_type& nested_name_qualifiers)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_name");
- int substitution_start = M_pos;
- if (current() == 'S' && (M_pos >= M_maxpos || M_str[M_pos + 1] != 't'))
- {
- if (!decode_substitution(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- else if (current() == 'N')
- {
- decode_nested_name(output, nested_name_qualifiers);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (current() == 'Z')
- {
- decode_local_name(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (!decode_unscoped_name(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (current() == 'I')
- {
- // Must have been an <unscoped-template-name>.
- add_substitution(substitution_start, unscoped_template_name);
- if (!decode_template_args(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
- M_template_args_need_space = false;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
-
- // <call-offset> ::= h <nv-offset> _
- // ::= v <v-offset> _
- // <nv-offset> ::= <offset number>
- // non-virtual base override
- //
- // <v-offset> ::= <offset number> _ <virtual offset number>
- // virtual base override, with vcall offset
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_call_offset(string_type&
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- output
-#endif
- )
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_call_offset");
- if (current() == 'h')
- {
- string_type dummy;
- eat_current();
- if (decode_number(dummy) && current() == '_')
- {
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
- else if (current() == 'v')
- {
- string_type dummy;
- eat_current();
- if (decode_number(dummy) && current() == '_')
- {
- eat_current();
- if (decode_number(dummy) && current() == '_')
- {
- eat_current();
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
- }
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- }
-
- //
- // <special-name> ::=
- // TV <type> # virtual table
- // TT <type> # VTT structure (construction
- // vtable index).
- // TI <type> # typeinfo structure
- // TS <type> # typeinfo name (null-terminated
- // byte string).
- // GV <object name> # Guard variable for one-time
- // initialization of static objects in
- // a local scope.
- // T <call-offset> <base encoding># base is the nominal target function
- // of thunk.
- // Tc <call-offset> <call-offset> <base encoding> # base is the nominal
- // target function of thunk; first
- // call-offset is 'this' adjustment;
- // second call-offset is result
- // adjustment
- //
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- bool
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_special_name(string_type& output)
- {
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT_ENTERING("decode_special_name");
- if (current() == 'G')
- {
- if (next() != 'V')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "guard variable for ";
- string_type nested_name_qualifiers;
- eat_current();
- if (!decode_name(output, nested_name_qualifiers))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += nested_name_qualifiers;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- else if (current() != 'T')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- switch(next())
- {
- case 'V':
- output += "vtable for ";
- eat_current();
- decode_type(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'T':
- output += "VTT for ";
- eat_current();
- decode_type(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'I':
- output += "typeinfo for ";
- eat_current();
- decode_type(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'S':
- output += "typeinfo name for ";
- eat_current();
- decode_type(output);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'c':
- output += "covariant return thunk to ";
- if (!decode_call_offset(output)
- || !decode_call_offset(output)
- || (M_pos += decode_encoding(output, M_str + M_pos,
- M_maxpos - M_pos + 1, M_implementation_details)) < 0)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- case 'C': // GNU extension?
- {
- string_type first;
- output += "construction vtable for ";
- eat_current();
- if (!decode_type(first))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- while(isdigit(current()))
- eat_current();
- if (eat_current() != '_')
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- if (!decode_type(output))
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- output += "-in-";
- output += first;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- default:
- if (current() == 'v')
- output += "virtual thunk to ";
- else
- output += "non-virtual thunk to ";
- if (!decode_call_offset(output)
- || (M_pos += decode_encoding(output, M_str + M_pos,
- M_maxpos - M_pos + 1, M_implementation_details)) < 0)
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_FAILURE;
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_RETURN;
- }
- }
-
- // <encoding> ::=
- // <function name> <bare-function-type> # Starts with 'C', 'D', 'N',
- // 'S', a digit or a lower case
- // character.
- // <data name> # Idem.
- // <special-name> # Starts with 'T' or 'G'.
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- int
- session<Tp, Allocator>::decode_encoding(string_type& output,
- char const* in, int len, implementation_details const& id)
- {
-#if _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_CWDEBUG
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT(dc::demangler,
- "Output thus far: \"" << output << '"');
- string_type input(in, len > 0x40000000 ? strlen(in) : len);
- _GLIBCXX_DEMANGLER_DOUT(
- dc::demangler, "Entering decode_encoding(\"" << input << "\")");
-#endif
- if (len <= 0)
- return INT_MIN;
- session<Tp, Allocator> demangler_session(in, len, id);
- string_type nested_name_qualifiers;
- int saved_pos;
- demangler_session.store(saved_pos);
- if (demangler_session.decode_special_name(output))
- return demangler_session.M_pos;
- demangler_session.restore(saved_pos);
- string_type name;
- if (!demangler_session.decode_name(name, nested_name_qualifiers))
- return INT_MIN;
- if (demangler_session.current() == 0
- || demangler_session.current() == 'E')
- {
- output += name;
- output += nested_name_qualifiers;
- return demangler_session.M_pos;
- }
- // Must have been a <function name>.
- string_type return_type_postfix;
- if (demangler_session.M_name_is_template
- && !(demangler_session.M_name_is_cdtor
- || demangler_session.M_name_is_conversion_operator))
- {
- // Return type of function
- if (!demangler_session.decode_type_with_postfix(output,
- return_type_postfix))
- return INT_MIN;
- output += ' ';
- }
- output += name;
- if (!demangler_session.decode_bare_function_type(output))
- return INT_MIN;
- output += nested_name_qualifiers;
- output += return_type_postfix;
- return demangler_session.M_pos;
- }
-
- } // namespace demangler
-
- // Public interface
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- struct demangle
- {
- typedef typename Allocator::template rebind<char>::other char_Allocator;
- typedef std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, char_Allocator>
- string_type;
- static string_type symbol(char const* in,
- demangler::implementation_details const& id);
- static string_type type(char const* in,
- demangler::implementation_details const& id);
- };
-
- // demangle::symbol()
- //
- // Demangle `input' which should be a mangled function name as for
- // instance returned by nm(1).
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- typename demangle<Tp, Allocator>::string_type
- demangle<Tp, Allocator>::symbol(char const* input,
- demangler::implementation_details const& id)
- {
- // <mangled-name> ::= _Z <encoding>
- // <mangled-name> ::= _GLOBAL_ _<type>_ <disambiguation part>
- // <type> can be I or D (GNU extension)
- typedef demangler::session<Tp, Allocator> demangler_type;
- string_type result;
- bool failure = (input[0] != '_');
-
- if (!failure)
- {
- if (input[1] == 'G')
- {
- if (!strncmp(input, "_GLOBAL__", 9)
- && (input[9] == 'D' || input[9] == 'I')
- && input[10] == '_')
- {
- if (input[9] == 'D')
- result.assign("global destructors keyed to ", 28);
- else
- result.assign("global constructors keyed to ", 29);
- // Output the disambiguation part as-is.
- result += input + 11;
- }
- else
- failure = true;
- }
- else if (input[1] == 'Z')
- {
- int cnt =
- demangler_type::decode_encoding(result, input + 2, INT_MAX, id);
- if (cnt < 0 || input[cnt + 2] != 0)
- failure = true;
- }
- else
- failure = true;
- }
-
- // Failure to demangle, return the mangled name.
- if (failure)
- result.assign(input, strlen(input));
-
- return result;
- }
-
- // demangle::type()
- // Demangle `input' which must be a zero terminated mangled type
- // name as for instance returned by std::type_info::name().
- template<typename Tp, typename Allocator>
- typename demangle<Tp, Allocator>::string_type
- demangle<Tp, Allocator>::type(char const* input,
- demangler::implementation_details const& id)
- {
- std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, Allocator> result;
- if (input == NULL)
- result = "(null)";
- else
- {
- demangler::session<Tp, Allocator> demangler_session(input, INT_MAX, id);
- if (!demangler_session.decode_type(result)
- || demangler_session.remaining_input_characters())
- {
- // Failure to demangle, return the mangled name.
- result = input;
- }
- }
- return result;
- }
-} // namespace __gnu_cxx
-
-#endif // __DEMANGLE_H