cffi / c / libffi_msvc / prep_cif.c

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   prep_cif.c - Copyright (c) 1996, 1998  Red Hat, Inc.

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   ----------------------------------------------------------------------- */

#include <ffi.h>
#include <ffi_common.h>
#include <stdlib.h>


/* Round up to FFI_SIZEOF_ARG. */

#define STACK_ARG_SIZE(x) ALIGN(x, FFI_SIZEOF_ARG)

/* Perform machine independent initialization of aggregate type
   specifications. */

static ffi_status initialize_aggregate(/*@out@*/ ffi_type *arg)
{
  ffi_type **ptr; 

  FFI_ASSERT(arg != NULL);

  /*@-usedef@*/

  FFI_ASSERT(arg->elements != NULL);
  FFI_ASSERT(arg->size == 0);
  FFI_ASSERT(arg->alignment == 0);

  ptr = &(arg->elements[0]);

  while ((*ptr) != NULL)
    {
      if (((*ptr)->size == 0) && (initialize_aggregate((*ptr)) != FFI_OK))
	return FFI_BAD_TYPEDEF;
      
      /* Perform a sanity check on the argument type */
      FFI_ASSERT_VALID_TYPE(*ptr);

      arg->size = ALIGN(arg->size, (*ptr)->alignment);
      arg->size += (*ptr)->size;

      arg->alignment = (arg->alignment > (*ptr)->alignment) ? 
	arg->alignment : (*ptr)->alignment;

      ptr++;
    }

  /* Structure size includes tail padding.  This is important for
     structures that fit in one register on ABIs like the PowerPC64
     Linux ABI that right justify small structs in a register.
     It's also needed for nested structure layout, for example
     struct A { long a; char b; }; struct B { struct A x; char y; };
     should find y at an offset of 2*sizeof(long) and result in a
     total size of 3*sizeof(long).  */
  arg->size = ALIGN (arg->size, arg->alignment);

  if (arg->size == 0)
    return FFI_BAD_TYPEDEF;
  else
    return FFI_OK;

  /*@=usedef@*/
}

/* Perform machine independent ffi_cif preparation, then call
   machine dependent routine. */

ffi_status ffi_prep_cif(/*@out@*/ /*@partial@*/ ffi_cif *cif, 
			ffi_abi abi, unsigned int nargs, 
			/*@dependent@*/ /*@out@*/ /*@partial@*/ ffi_type *rtype, 
			/*@dependent@*/ ffi_type **atypes)
{
  unsigned bytes = 0;
  unsigned int i;
  ffi_type **ptr;

  FFI_ASSERT(cif != NULL);
  FFI_ASSERT((abi > FFI_FIRST_ABI) && (abi <= FFI_DEFAULT_ABI));

  cif->abi = abi;
  cif->arg_types = atypes;
  cif->nargs = nargs;
  cif->rtype = rtype;

  cif->flags = 0;

  /* Initialize the return type if necessary */
  /*@-usedef@*/
  if ((cif->rtype->size == 0) && (initialize_aggregate(cif->rtype) != FFI_OK))
    return FFI_BAD_TYPEDEF;
  /*@=usedef@*/

  /* Perform a sanity check on the return type */
  FFI_ASSERT_VALID_TYPE(cif->rtype);

  /* x86-64 and s390 stack space allocation is handled in prep_machdep.  */
#if !defined M68K && !defined __x86_64__ && !defined S390
  /* Make space for the return structure pointer */
  if (cif->rtype->type == FFI_TYPE_STRUCT
      /* MSVC returns small structures in registers.  But we have a different
      workaround: pretend int32 or int64 return type, and converting to
      structure afterwards. */
#ifdef SPARC
      && (cif->abi != FFI_V9 || cif->rtype->size > 32)
#endif
      )
    bytes = STACK_ARG_SIZE(sizeof(void*));
#endif

  for (ptr = cif->arg_types, i = cif->nargs; i > 0; i--, ptr++)
    {

      /* Initialize any uninitialized aggregate type definitions */
      if (((*ptr)->size == 0) && (initialize_aggregate((*ptr)) != FFI_OK))
	return FFI_BAD_TYPEDEF;

      /* Perform a sanity check on the argument type, do this 
	 check after the initialization.  */
      FFI_ASSERT_VALID_TYPE(*ptr);

#if !defined __x86_64__ && !defined S390
#ifdef SPARC
      if (((*ptr)->type == FFI_TYPE_STRUCT
	   && ((*ptr)->size > 16 || cif->abi != FFI_V9))
	  || ((*ptr)->type == FFI_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE
	      && cif->abi != FFI_V9))
	bytes += sizeof(void*);
      else
#endif
	{
#if !defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__MINGW32__)
		/* Don't know if this is a libffi bug or not.  At least on
		   Windows with MSVC, function call parameters are *not*
		   aligned in the same way as structure fields are, they are
		   only aligned in integer boundaries.

		   This doesn't do any harm for cdecl functions and closures,
		   since the caller cleans up the stack, but it is wrong for
		   stdcall functions where the callee cleans.
		*/

	  /* Add any padding if necessary */
	  if (((*ptr)->alignment - 1) & bytes)
	    bytes = ALIGN(bytes, (*ptr)->alignment);
	  
#endif
	  bytes += STACK_ARG_SIZE((*ptr)->size);
	}
#endif
    }

  cif->bytes = bytes;

  /* Perform machine dependent cif processing */
  return ffi_prep_cif_machdep(cif);
}
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