toolkit/crashreporter/google-breakpad/src/common/mac/GTMGarbageCollection.h
author Ryan Pearl <rpearl@endofunctor.org>
Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:09:19 -0400
changeset 106492 a1100d039be129994ed6b033f6b40d37f4da745a
parent 32222 e8c01867056a2dea44260030f35f743f73c7e272
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 699883 - [2/3] Add a fast way to check if one block dominates another (r=dvander)

//
//  GTMGarbageCollection.h
//
//  Copyright 2007-2008 Google Inc.
//
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#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>

#import "GTMDefines.h"

// This allows us to easily move our code from GC to non GC.
// They are no-ops unless we are require Leopard or above.
// See 
// http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/GarbageCollection/index.html
// and
// http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/GarbageCollection/Articles/gcCoreFoundation.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40006687-SW1
// for details.

#if (MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED >= MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_5) && !GTM_IPHONE_SDK
// General use would be to call this through GTMCFAutorelease
// but there may be a reason the you want to make something collectable
// but not autoreleased, especially in pure GC code where you don't
// want to bother with the nop autorelease. Done as a define instead of an 
// inline so that tools like Clang's scan-build don't report code as leaking.
#define GTMNSMakeCollectable(cf) ((id)NSMakeCollectable(cf))

// GTMNSMakeUncollectable is for global maps, etc. that we don't
// want released ever. You should still retain these in non-gc code.
GTM_INLINE void GTMNSMakeUncollectable(id object) {
  [[NSGarbageCollector defaultCollector] disableCollectorForPointer:object];
}

// Hopefully no code really needs this, but GTMIsGarbageCollectionEnabled is
// a common way to check at runtime if GC is on.
// There are some places where GC doesn't work w/ things w/in Apple's
// frameworks, so this is here so GTM unittests and detect it, and not run
// individual tests to work around bugs in Apple's frameworks.
GTM_INLINE BOOL GTMIsGarbageCollectionEnabled(void) {
  return ([NSGarbageCollector defaultCollector] != nil);
}

#else

#define GTMNSMakeCollectable(cf) ((id)(cf))

GTM_INLINE void GTMNSMakeUncollectable(id object) {
}

GTM_INLINE BOOL GTMIsGarbageCollectionEnabled(void) {
  return NO;
}

#endif

// GTMCFAutorelease makes a CF object collectable in GC mode, or adds it 
// to the autorelease pool in non-GC mode. Either way it is taken care
// of. Done as a define instead of an inline so that tools like Clang's
// scan-build don't report code as leaking.
#define GTMCFAutorelease(cf) ([GTMNSMakeCollectable(cf) autorelease])