author Gregory Szorc <gps@mozilla.com>
Wed, 14 Jun 2017 16:52:55 -0700
changeset 364238 398d9d49677547b1b9f106370858c925de8c1511
parent 364009 d2dbc6a1e81571703c54ac0c9baee5636a8ce78a
child 368352 76b06d8c32041ffcb234875ae25070352b2bb590
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1371465 - Move MSVS_VERSION to moz.configure and properly define for vs2017; r=glandium Before, MSVS was set in old-configure and could only be unset or "2015." We move the definition of the variable to moz.configure and support defining its value as "2017" when VS2017 is being used. As part of this, I discovered that GYP barfs with a "2017" value. This is likely a limitation of the legacy version of GYP we have vendored. Rather than go down the rabbit hole of upgrading GYP, I added code to convert the value to "2015." This preserves existing behavior and unblocks us from setting MSVS_VERSION properly. A warning is emitted to remind us to remove this hack once GYP is upgraded. After this commit, we now generate native VS2017 solutions and projects when building with VS2017. MozReview-Commit-ID: BvNJX3F8qCn

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
 * vim: set ts=8 sts=4 et sw=4 tw=99:
 * This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */

#ifndef js_TracingAPI_h
#define js_TracingAPI_h

#include "jsalloc.h"

#include "js/HashTable.h"
#include "js/HeapAPI.h"
#include "js/TraceKind.h"

class JS_PUBLIC_API(JSTracer);

namespace JS {
class JS_PUBLIC_API(CallbackTracer);
template <typename T> class Heap;
template <typename T> class TenuredHeap;

/** Returns a static string equivalent of |kind|. */
JS_FRIEND_API(const char*)
GCTraceKindToAscii(JS::TraceKind kind);

} // namespace JS

enum WeakMapTraceKind {
     * Do not trace into weak map keys or values during traversal. Users must
     * handle weak maps manually.

     * Do true ephemeron marking with a weak key lookup marking phase. This is
     * the default for GCMarker.

     * Trace through to all values, irrespective of whether the keys are live
     * or not. Used for non-marking tracers.

     * Trace through to all keys and values, irrespective of whether the keys
     * are live or not. Used for non-marking tracers.

class JS_PUBLIC_API(JSTracer)
    // Return the runtime set on the tracer.
    JSRuntime* runtime() const { return runtime_; }

    // Return the weak map tracing behavior currently set on this tracer.
    WeakMapTraceKind weakMapAction() const { return weakMapAction_; }

    enum class TracerKindTag {
        // Marking path: a tracer used only for marking liveness of cells, not
        // for moving them. The kind will transition to WeakMarking after
        // everything reachable by regular edges has been marked.

        // Same as Marking, except we have now moved on to the "weak marking
        // phase", in which every marked obj/script is immediately looked up to
        // see if it is a weak map key (and therefore might require marking its
        // weak map value).

        // A tracer that traverses the graph for the purposes of moving objects
        // from the nursery to the tenured area.

        // General-purpose traversal that invokes a callback on each cell.
        // Traversing children is the responsibility of the callback.
    bool isMarkingTracer() const { return tag_ == TracerKindTag::Marking || tag_ == TracerKindTag::WeakMarking; }
    bool isWeakMarkingTracer() const { return tag_ == TracerKindTag::WeakMarking; }
    bool isTenuringTracer() const { return tag_ == TracerKindTag::Tenuring; }
    bool isCallbackTracer() const { return tag_ == TracerKindTag::Callback; }
    inline JS::CallbackTracer* asCallbackTracer();
    bool traceWeakEdges() const { return traceWeakEdges_; }
#ifdef DEBUG
    bool checkEdges() { return checkEdges_; }

    JSTracer(JSRuntime* rt, TracerKindTag tag,
             WeakMapTraceKind weakTraceKind = TraceWeakMapValues)
      : runtime_(rt)
      , weakMapAction_(weakTraceKind)
#ifdef DEBUG
      , checkEdges_(true)
      , tag_(tag)
      , traceWeakEdges_(true)

#ifdef DEBUG
    // Set whether to check edges are valid in debug builds.
    void setCheckEdges(bool check) {
        checkEdges_ = check;

    JSRuntime* runtime_;
    WeakMapTraceKind weakMapAction_;
#ifdef DEBUG
    bool checkEdges_;

    TracerKindTag tag_;
    bool traceWeakEdges_;

namespace JS {

class AutoTracingName;
class AutoTracingIndex;
class AutoTracingCallback;

class JS_PUBLIC_API(CallbackTracer) : public JSTracer
    CallbackTracer(JSRuntime* rt, WeakMapTraceKind weakTraceKind = TraceWeakMapValues)
      : JSTracer(rt, JSTracer::TracerKindTag::Callback, weakTraceKind),
        contextName_(nullptr), contextIndex_(InvalidIndex), contextFunctor_(nullptr)
    CallbackTracer(JSContext* cx, WeakMapTraceKind weakTraceKind = TraceWeakMapValues);

    // Override these methods to receive notification when an edge is visited
    // with the type contained in the callback. The default implementation
    // dispatches to the fully-generic onChild implementation, so for cases that
    // do not care about boxing overhead and do not need the actual edges,
    // just override the generic onChild.
    virtual void onObjectEdge(JSObject** objp) { onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*objp)); }
    virtual void onStringEdge(JSString** strp) { onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*strp)); }
    virtual void onSymbolEdge(JS::Symbol** symp) { onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*symp)); }
    virtual void onScriptEdge(JSScript** scriptp) { onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*scriptp)); }
    virtual void onShapeEdge(js::Shape** shapep) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*shapep, JS::TraceKind::Shape));
    virtual void onObjectGroupEdge(js::ObjectGroup** groupp) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*groupp, JS::TraceKind::ObjectGroup));
    virtual void onBaseShapeEdge(js::BaseShape** basep) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*basep, JS::TraceKind::BaseShape));
    virtual void onJitCodeEdge(js::jit::JitCode** codep) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*codep, JS::TraceKind::JitCode));
    virtual void onLazyScriptEdge(js::LazyScript** lazyp) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*lazyp, JS::TraceKind::LazyScript));
    virtual void onScopeEdge(js::Scope** scopep) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*scopep, JS::TraceKind::Scope));
    virtual void onRegExpSharedEdge(js::RegExpShared** sharedp) {
        onChild(JS::GCCellPtr(*sharedp, JS::TraceKind::RegExpShared));

    // Override this method to receive notification when a node in the GC
    // heap graph is visited.
    virtual void onChild(const JS::GCCellPtr& thing) = 0;

    // Access to the tracing context:
    // When tracing with a JS::CallbackTracer, we invoke the callback with the
    // edge location and the type of target. This is useful for operating on
    // the edge in the abstract or on the target thing, satisfying most common
    // use cases.  However, some tracers need additional detail about the
    // specific edge that is being traced in order to be useful. Unfortunately,
    // the raw pointer to the edge that we provide is not enough information to
    // infer much of anything useful about that edge.
    // In order to better support use cases that care in particular about edges
    // -- as opposed to the target thing -- tracing implementations are
    // responsible for providing extra context information about each edge they
    // trace, as it is traced. This contains, at a minimum, an edge name and,
    // when tracing an array, the index. Further specialization can be achived
    // (with some complexity), by associating a functor with the tracer so
    // that, when requested, the user can generate totally custom edge
    // descriptions.

    // Returns the current edge's name. It is only valid to call this when
    // inside the trace callback, however, the edge name will always be set.
    const char* contextName() const { MOZ_ASSERT(contextName_); return contextName_; }

    // Returns the current edge's index, if marked as part of an array of edges.
    // This must be called only inside the trace callback. When not tracing an
    // array, the value will be InvalidIndex.
    const static size_t InvalidIndex = size_t(-1);
    size_t contextIndex() const { return contextIndex_; }

    // Build a description of this edge in the heap graph. This call may invoke
    // the context functor, if set, which may inspect arbitrary areas of the
    // heap. On the other hand, the description provided by this method may be
    // substantially more accurate and useful than those provided by only the
    // contextName and contextIndex.
    void getTracingEdgeName(char* buffer, size_t bufferSize);

    // The trace implementation may associate a callback with one or more edges
    // using AutoTracingDetails. This functor is called by getTracingEdgeName
    // and is responsible for providing a textual representation of the
    // currently being traced edge. The callback has access to the full heap,
    // including the currently set tracing context.
    class ContextFunctor {
        virtual void operator()(CallbackTracer* trc, char* buf, size_t bufsize) = 0;

#ifdef DEBUG
    enum class TracerKind {
    virtual TracerKind getTracerKind() const { return TracerKind::DoNotCare; }

    // In C++, overriding a method hides all methods in the base class with
    // that name, not just methods with that signature. Thus, the typed edge
    // methods have to have distinct names to allow us to override them
    // individually, which is freqently useful if, for example, we only want to
    // process only one type of edge.
    void dispatchToOnEdge(JSObject** objp) { onObjectEdge(objp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(JSString** strp) { onStringEdge(strp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(JS::Symbol** symp) { onSymbolEdge(symp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(JSScript** scriptp) { onScriptEdge(scriptp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::Shape** shapep) { onShapeEdge(shapep); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::ObjectGroup** groupp) { onObjectGroupEdge(groupp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::BaseShape** basep) { onBaseShapeEdge(basep); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::jit::JitCode** codep) { onJitCodeEdge(codep); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::LazyScript** lazyp) { onLazyScriptEdge(lazyp); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::Scope** scopep) { onScopeEdge(scopep); }
    void dispatchToOnEdge(js::RegExpShared** sharedp) { onRegExpSharedEdge(sharedp); }

    void setTraceWeakEdges(bool value) {
        traceWeakEdges_ = value;

    friend class AutoTracingName;
    const char* contextName_;

    friend class AutoTracingIndex;
    size_t contextIndex_;

    friend class AutoTracingDetails;
    ContextFunctor* contextFunctor_;

// Set the name portion of the tracer's context for the current edge.
class MOZ_RAII AutoTracingName
    CallbackTracer* trc_;
    const char* prior_;

    AutoTracingName(CallbackTracer* trc, const char* name) : trc_(trc), prior_(trc->contextName_) {
        trc->contextName_ = name;
    ~AutoTracingName() {
        trc_->contextName_ = prior_;

// Set the index portion of the tracer's context for the current range.
class MOZ_RAII AutoTracingIndex
    CallbackTracer* trc_;

    explicit AutoTracingIndex(JSTracer* trc, size_t initial = 0) : trc_(nullptr) {
        if (trc->isCallbackTracer()) {
            trc_ = trc->asCallbackTracer();
            MOZ_ASSERT(trc_->contextIndex_ == CallbackTracer::InvalidIndex);
            trc_->contextIndex_ = initial;
    ~AutoTracingIndex() {
        if (trc_) {
            MOZ_ASSERT(trc_->contextIndex_ != CallbackTracer::InvalidIndex);
            trc_->contextIndex_ = CallbackTracer::InvalidIndex;

    void operator++() {
        if (trc_) {
            MOZ_ASSERT(trc_->contextIndex_ != CallbackTracer::InvalidIndex);

// Set a context callback for the trace callback to use, if it needs a detailed
// edge description.
class MOZ_RAII AutoTracingDetails
    CallbackTracer* trc_;

    AutoTracingDetails(JSTracer* trc, CallbackTracer::ContextFunctor& func) : trc_(nullptr) {
        if (trc->isCallbackTracer()) {
            trc_ = trc->asCallbackTracer();
            MOZ_ASSERT(trc_->contextFunctor_ == nullptr);
            trc_->contextFunctor_ = &func;
    ~AutoTracingDetails() {
        if (trc_) {
            trc_->contextFunctor_ = nullptr;

} // namespace JS

    return static_cast<JS::CallbackTracer*>(this);

namespace JS {

// The JS::TraceEdge family of functions traces the given GC thing reference.
// This performs the tracing action configured on the given JSTracer: typically
// calling the JSTracer::callback or marking the thing as live.
// The argument to JS::TraceEdge is an in-out param: when the function returns,
// the garbage collector might have moved the GC thing. In this case, the
// reference passed to JS::TraceEdge will be updated to the thing's new
// location. Callers of this method are responsible for updating any state that
// is dependent on the object's address. For example, if the object's address
// is used as a key in a hashtable, then the object must be removed and
// re-inserted with the correct hash.
// Note that while |edgep| must never be null, it is fine for |*edgep| to be
// nullptr.
template <typename T>
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
TraceEdge(JSTracer* trc, JS::Heap<T>* edgep, const char* name);

extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
TraceEdge(JSTracer* trc, JS::TenuredHeap<JSObject*>* edgep, const char* name);

// Edges that are always traced as part of root marking do not require
// incremental barriers. This function allows for marking non-barriered
// pointers, but asserts that this happens during root marking.
// Note that while |edgep| must never be null, it is fine for |*edgep| to be
// nullptr.
template <typename T>
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
UnsafeTraceRoot(JSTracer* trc, T* edgep, const char* name);

extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
TraceChildren(JSTracer* trc, GCCellPtr thing);

using ZoneSet = js::HashSet<Zone*, js::DefaultHasher<Zone*>, js::SystemAllocPolicy>;
using CompartmentSet = js::HashSet<JSCompartment*, js::DefaultHasher<JSCompartment*>,

 * Trace every value within |compartments| that is wrapped by a
 * cross-compartment wrapper from a compartment that is not an element of
 * |compartments|.
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
TraceIncomingCCWs(JSTracer* trc, const JS::CompartmentSet& compartments);

} // namespace JS

extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
JS_GetTraceThingInfo(char* buf, size_t bufsize, JSTracer* trc,
                     void* thing, JS::TraceKind kind, bool includeDetails);

namespace js {

// Trace an edge that is not a GC root and is not wrapped in a barriered
// wrapper for some reason.
// This method does not check if |*edgep| is non-null before tracing through
// it, so callers must check any nullable pointer before calling this method.
template <typename T>
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
UnsafeTraceManuallyBarrieredEdge(JSTracer* trc, T* edgep, const char* name);

namespace gc {

// Return true if the given edge is not live and is about to be swept.
template <typename T>
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(bool)
EdgeNeedsSweep(JS::Heap<T>* edgep);

// Not part of the public API, but declared here so we can use it in GCPolicy
// which is.
template <typename T>
IsAboutToBeFinalizedUnbarriered(T* thingp);

} // namespace gc
} // namespace js

#endif /* js_TracingAPI_h */