author Erica Wright <ewright@mozilla.com>
Wed, 17 Apr 2019 16:39:31 +0000
changeset 469880 02b89c29412b
parent 469467 6741a996b17d
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1545074 - Future-proof the strict category expectations. r=johannh Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D27906

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*-
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#ifndef js_TraceKind_h
#define js_TraceKind_h

#include "mozilla/UniquePtr.h"

#include "js/TypeDecls.h"

// Forward declarations of all the types a TraceKind can denote.
namespace js {
class BaseShape;
class LazyScript;
class ObjectGroup;
class RegExpShared;
class Shape;
class Scope;
namespace jit {
class JitCode;
}  // namespace jit
}  // namespace js

namespace JS {

// When tracing a thing, the GC needs to know about the layout of the object it
// is looking at. There are a fixed number of different layouts that the GC
// knows about. The "trace kind" is a static map which tells which layout a GC
// thing has.
// Although this map is public, the details are completely hidden. Not all of
// the matching C++ types are exposed, and those that are, are opaque.
// See Value::gcKind() and JSTraceCallback in Tracer.h for more details.
enum class TraceKind {
  // These trace kinds have a publicly exposed, although opaque, C++ type.
  // Note: The order here is determined by our Value packing. Other users
  //       should sort alphabetically, for consistency.
  Object = 0x00,
  String = 0x02,
  Symbol = 0x03,

  // 0x1 is not used for any GCThing Value tag, so we use it for Script.
  Script = 0x01,

  // Shape details are exposed through JS_TraceShapeCycleCollectorChildren.
  Shape = 0x04,

  // ObjectGroup details are exposed through
  // JS_TraceObjectGroupCycleCollectorChildren.
  ObjectGroup = 0x05,

  // The kind associated with a nullptr.
  Null = 0x06,

  // The following kinds do not have an exposed C++ idiom.
  BaseShape = 0x0F,
  JitCode = 0x1F,
  LazyScript = 0x2F,
  Scope = 0x3F,
  RegExpShared = 0x4F,
  BigInt = 0x5F
const static uintptr_t OutOfLineTraceKindMask = 0x07;

#define ASSERT_TRACE_KIND(tk)                                             \
  static_assert(                                                          \
      (uintptr_t(tk) & OutOfLineTraceKindMask) == OutOfLineTraceKindMask, \
      "mask bits are set")

// When this header is imported inside SpiderMonkey, the class definitions are
// available and we can query those definitions to find the correct kind
// directly from the class hierarchy.
template <typename T>
struct MapTypeToTraceKind {
  static const JS::TraceKind kind = T::TraceKind;

// When this header is used outside SpiderMonkey, the class definitions are not
// available, so the following table containing all public GC types is used.
// canBeGray: GC can mark things of this kind gray. The cycle collector
//            traverses gray GC things when looking for cycles.
// inCCGraph: Things of this kind are represented as nodes in the CC graph. This
//            also means they can be used as a keys in WeakMap.

// clang-format off
#define JS_FOR_EACH_TRACEKIND(D)                                 \
  /* name         type              canBeGray       inCCGraph */ \
  D(BaseShape,    js::BaseShape,    true,           false)       \
  D(JitCode,      js::jit::JitCode, true,           false)       \
  D(LazyScript,   js::LazyScript,   true,           true)        \
  D(Scope,        js::Scope,        true,           true)        \
  D(Object,       JSObject,         true,           true)        \
  D(ObjectGroup,  js::ObjectGroup,  true,           false)       \
  D(Script,       JSScript,         true,           true)        \
  D(Shape,        js::Shape,        true,           false)       \
  D(String,       JSString,         false,          false)       \
  D(Symbol,       JS::Symbol,       false,          false)       \
  D(BigInt,       JS::BigInt,       false,          false)       \
  D(RegExpShared, js::RegExpShared, true,           true)
// clang-format on

// Returns true if the JS::TraceKind is represented as a node in cycle collector
// graph.
inline constexpr bool IsCCTraceKind(JS::TraceKind aKind) {
  switch (aKind) {
#define JS_EXPAND_DEF(name, _1, _2, inCCGraph) \
    case JS::TraceKind::name: \
      return inCCGraph;
      return false;

// Map from all public types to their trace kind.
#define JS_EXPAND_DEF(name, type, _, _1)                   \
  template <>                                              \
  struct MapTypeToTraceKind<type> {                        \
    static const JS::TraceKind kind = JS::TraceKind::name; \

// RootKind is closely related to TraceKind. Whereas TraceKind's indices are
// laid out for convenient embedding as a pointer tag, the indicies of RootKind
// are designed for use as array keys via EnumeratedArray.
enum class RootKind : int8_t {
// These map 1:1 with trace kinds.
#define EXPAND_ROOT_KIND(name, _0, _1, _2) name,

  // These tagged pointers are special-cased for performance.

  // Everything else.


// Most RootKind correspond directly to a trace kind.
template <TraceKind traceKind>
struct MapTraceKindToRootKind {};
#define JS_EXPAND_DEF(name, _0, _1, _2)                  \
  template <>                                            \
  struct MapTraceKindToRootKind<JS::TraceKind::name> {   \
    static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::RootKind::name; \

// Specify the RootKind for all types. Value and jsid map to special cases;
// Cell pointer types we can derive directly from the TraceKind; everything else
// should go in the Traceable list and use GCPolicy<T>::trace for tracing.
template <typename T>
struct MapTypeToRootKind {
  static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::RootKind::Traceable;
template <typename T>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<T*> {
  static const JS::RootKind kind =
template <>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<JS::Realm*> {
  // Not a pointer to a GC cell. Use GCPolicy.
  static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::RootKind::Traceable;
template <typename T>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<mozilla::UniquePtr<T>> {
  static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::MapTypeToRootKind<T>::kind;
template <>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<JS::Value> {
  static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::RootKind::Value;
template <>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<jsid> {
  static const JS::RootKind kind = JS::RootKind::Id;
template <>
struct MapTypeToRootKind<JSFunction*> : public MapTypeToRootKind<JSObject*> {};

// Fortunately, few places in the system need to deal with fully abstract
// cells. In those places that do, we generally want to move to a layout
// templated function as soon as possible. This template wraps the upcast
// for that dispatch.
// Given a call:
//    DispatchTraceKindTyped(f, thing, traceKind, ... args)
// Downcast the |void *thing| to the specific type designated by |traceKind|,
// and pass it to the functor |f| along with |... args|, forwarded. Pass the
// type designated by |traceKind| as the functor's template argument. The
// |thing| parameter is optional; without it, we simply pass through |... args|.

// VS2017+, GCC and Clang require an explicit template declaration in front of
// the specialization of operator() because it is a dependent template. VS2015,
// on the other hand, gets very confused if we have a |template| token there.
// The clang-cl front end defines _MSC_VER, but still requires the explicit
// template declaration, so we must test for __clang__ here as well.
#if (defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER < 1910) && !defined(__clang__)
template <typename F, typename... Args>
auto DispatchTraceKindTyped(F f, JS::TraceKind traceKind, Args&&... args) {
  switch (traceKind) {
#define JS_EXPAND_DEF(name, type, _, _1)                   \
  case JS::TraceKind::name:                               \
    return f.JS_DEPENDENT_TEMPLATE_HINT operator()<type>( \
      MOZ_CRASH("Invalid trace kind in DispatchTraceKindTyped.");

// Given a GC thing specified by pointer and trace kind, calls the functor |f|
// with a template argument of the actual type of the pointer and returns the
// result.
template <typename F>
auto MapGCThingTyped(void* thing, JS::TraceKind traceKind, F&& f) {
  switch (traceKind) {
#define JS_EXPAND_DEF(name, type, _, _1) \
  case JS::TraceKind::name:             \
    return f(static_cast<type*>(thing));
      MOZ_CRASH("Invalid trace kind in MapGCThingTyped.");

// Given a GC thing specified by pointer and trace kind, calls the functor |f|
// with a template argument of the actual type of the pointer and ignores the
// result.
template <typename F>
void ApplyGCThingTyped(void* thing, JS::TraceKind traceKind, F&& f) {
  // This function doesn't do anything but is supplied for symmetry with other
  // MapGCThingTyped/ApplyGCThingTyped implementations that have to wrap the
  // functor to return a dummy value that is ignored.
  MapGCThingTyped(thing, traceKind, std::move(f));

}  // namespace JS

#endif  // js_TraceKind_h