memory/mozjemalloc/osx_zone_types.h
author Mike Hommey <mh+mozilla@glandium.org>
Thu, 26 Jun 2014 15:26:16 +0900
changeset 211787 29bbf1aba13a4ebf800dd26810697cf4d25abc4b
parent 100844 87bd340fac6aa9f70c42bb4a8fbe0b7325277b0d
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1030598 - Fix make export race condition after bug 1028563. r=gps

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/*
 * The purpose of these structs is described in jemalloc.c, in the comment
 * marked MALLOC_ZONE_T_NOTE.
 *
 * We need access to some structs that come with a specific version of OSX 
 * but can't copy them here because of licensing restrictions (see bug
 * 603655). The structs below are equivalent in that they'll always be
 * compiled to the same representation on all platforms.
 *
 * `void*` and `void (*)()` may not be the same size on weird platforms, but
 * the size of a function pointer shouldn't vary according to its parameters
 * or return type.
 *
 * Apple's version of these structures, complete with member names and
 * comments, is available online at
 *
 * http://www.opensource.apple.com/source/Libc/Libc-763.12/include/malloc/malloc.h
 *
 */

/*
 * OSX 10.5 - Leopard
 */
typedef struct _leopard_malloc_zone {
 	void *m1;
	void *m2;
	void (*m3)();
	void (*m4)();
	void (*m5)();
	void (*m6)();
	void (*m7)();
	void (*m8)();
	void (*m9)();
	void *m10;
	void (*m11)();
	void (*m12)();
	void *m13;
	unsigned m14;
} leopard_malloc_zone;

/*
 * OSX 10.6 - Snow Leopard
 */
typedef struct _snow_leopard_malloc_zone {
	void *m1;
	void *m2;
	void (*m3)();
	void (*m4)();
	void (*m5)();
	void (*m6)();
	void (*m7)();
	void (*m8)();
	void (*m9)();
	void *m10;
	void (*m11)();
	void (*m12)();
	void *m13;
	unsigned m14;
	void (*m15)(); // this member added in 10.6
	void (*m16)(); // this member added in 10.6
} snow_leopard_malloc_zone;

typedef struct _snow_leopard_malloc_introspection {
    void (*m1)();
    void (*m2)();
    void (*m3)();
    void (*m4)();
    void (*m5)();
    void (*m6)();
    void (*m7)();
    void (*m8)();
    void (*m9)(); // this member added in 10.6
} snow_leopard_malloc_introspection;

/*
 * OSX 10.7 - Lion
 */
typedef struct _lion_malloc_zone {
	void *m1;
	void *m2;
	void (*m3)();
	void (*m4)();
	void (*m5)();
	void (*m6)();
	void (*m7)();
	void (*m8)();
	void (*m9)();
	void *m10;
	void (*m11)();
	void (*m12)();
	void *m13;
	unsigned m14;
	void (*m15)();
	void (*m16)();
	void (*m17)(); // this member added in 10.7
} lion_malloc_zone;

typedef struct _lion_malloc_introspection {
    void (*m1)();
    void (*m2)();
    void (*m3)();
    void (*m4)();
    void (*m5)();
    void (*m6)();
    void (*m7)();
    void (*m8)();
    void (*m9)();
    void (*m10)(); // this member added in 10.7
    void (*m11)(); // this member added in 10.7
    void (*m12)(); // this member added in 10.7
#ifdef __BLOCKS__
    void (*m13)(); // this member added in 10.7
#else
    void *m13; // this member added in 10.7
#endif
} lion_malloc_introspection;