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/* -*- Mode: C; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
 * vim: set ts=8 sw=4 et tw=79 ft=cpp:
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#ifndef jsscript_h___
#define jsscript_h___
 * JS script descriptor.
#include "jsatom.h"
#include "jsprvtd.h"
#include "jsdbgapi.h"


 * Type of try note associated with each catch or finally block, and also with
 * for-in loops.
typedef enum JSTryNoteKind {
} JSTryNoteKind;

 * Exception handling record.
struct JSTryNote {
    uint8           kind;       /* one of JSTryNoteKind */
    uint8           padding;    /* explicit padding on uint16 boundary */
    uint16          stackDepth; /* stack depth upon exception handler entry */
    uint32          start;      /* start of the try statement or for-in loop
                                   relative to script->main */
    uint32          length;     /* length of the try statement or for-in loop */

typedef struct JSTryNoteArray {
    JSTryNote       *vector;    /* array of indexed try notes */
    uint32          length;     /* count of indexed try notes */
} JSTryNoteArray;

typedef struct JSObjectArray {
    JSObject        **vector;   /* array of indexed objects */
    uint32          length;     /* count of indexed objects */
} JSObjectArray;

typedef struct JSUpvarArray {
    uint32          *vector;    /* array of indexed upvar cookies */
    uint32          length;     /* count of indexed upvar cookies */
} JSUpvarArray;

#define CALLEE_UPVAR_SLOT               0xffff
#define FREE_STATIC_LEVEL               0x3fff
#define FREE_UPVAR_COOKIE               0xffffffff
#define MAKE_UPVAR_COOKIE(skip,slot)    ((skip) << 16 | (slot))
#define UPVAR_FRAME_SKIP(cookie)        ((uint32)(cookie) >> 16)
#define UPVAR_FRAME_SLOT(cookie)        ((uint16)(cookie))

#define JS_OBJECT_ARRAY_SIZE(length)                                          \
    (offsetof(JSObjectArray, vector) + sizeof(JSObject *) * (length))

#if defined DEBUG && defined JS_THREADSAFE

struct JSScript {
    jsbytecode      *code;      /* bytecodes and their immediate operands */
    uint32          length;     /* length of code vector */
    uint16          version;    /* JS version under which script was compiled */
    uint16          nfixed;     /* number of slots besides stack operands in
                                   slot array */
    uint8           objectsOffset;  /* offset to the array of nested function,
                                       block, scope, xml and one-time regexps
                                       objects or 0 if none */
    uint8           upvarsOffset;   /* offset of the array of display ("up")
                                       closure vars or 0 if none */
    uint8           regexpsOffset;  /* offset to the array of to-be-cloned
                                       regexps or 0 if none. */
    uint8           trynotesOffset; /* offset to the array of try notes or
                                       0 if none */
    bool            noScriptRval:1; /* no need for result value of last
                                       expression statement */
    bool            savedCallerFun:1; /* object 0 is caller function */
    bool            hasSharps:1;      /* script uses sharp variables */
    bool            strictModeCode:1; /* code is in strict mode */

    jsbytecode      *main;      /* main entry point, after predef'ing prolog */
    JSAtomMap       atomMap;    /* maps immediate index to literal struct */
    const char      *filename;  /* source filename or null */
    uint32          lineno;     /* base line number of script */
    uint16          nslots;     /* vars plus maximum stack depth */
    uint16          staticLevel;/* static level for display maintenance */
    JSPrincipals    *principals;/* principals for this script */
    union {
        JSObject    *object;    /* optional Script-class object wrapper */
        JSScript    *nextToGC;  /* next to GC in rt->scriptsToGC list */
    } u;
    JSThread        *owner;     /* for thread-safe life-cycle assertions */

    /* Script notes are allocated right after the code. */
    jssrcnote *notes() { return (jssrcnote *)(code + length); }

    JSObjectArray *objects() {
        JS_ASSERT(objectsOffset != 0);
        return (JSObjectArray *)((uint8 *) this + objectsOffset);

    JSUpvarArray *upvars() {
        JS_ASSERT(upvarsOffset != 0);
        return (JSUpvarArray *) ((uint8 *) this + upvarsOffset);

    JSObjectArray *regexps() {
        JS_ASSERT(regexpsOffset != 0);
        return (JSObjectArray *) ((uint8 *) this + regexpsOffset);

    JSTryNoteArray *trynotes() {
        JS_ASSERT(trynotesOffset != 0);
        return (JSTryNoteArray *) ((uint8 *) this + trynotesOffset);

    JSAtom *getAtom(size_t index) {
        JS_ASSERT(index < atomMap.length);
        return atomMap.vector[index];

    JSObject *getObject(size_t index) {
        JSObjectArray *arr = objects();
        JS_ASSERT(index < arr->length);
        return arr->vector[index];

    inline JSFunction *getFunction(size_t index);

    inline JSObject *getRegExp(size_t index);

     * The isEmpty method tells whether this script has code that computes any
     * result (not return value, result AKA normal completion value) other than
     * JSVAL_VOID, or any other effects. It has a fast path for the case where
     * |this| is the emptyScript singleton, but it also checks this->length and
     * this->code, to handle debugger-generated mutable empty scripts.
    inline bool isEmpty() const;

     * Accessor for the emptyScriptConst singleton, to consolidate const_cast.
     * See the private member declaration.
    static JSScript *emptyScript() {
        return const_cast<JSScript *>(&emptyScriptConst);

     * Use const to put this in read-only memory if possible. We are stuck with
     * non-const JSScript * and jsbytecode * by legacy code (back in the 1990s,
     * const wasn't supported correctly on all target platforms). The debugger
     * does mutate bytecode, and script->u.object may be set after construction
     * in some cases, so making JSScript pointers const will be "hard".
    static const JSScript emptyScriptConst;

#define SHARP_NSLOTS            2       /* [#array, #depth] slots if the script
                                           uses sharp variables */

static JS_INLINE uintN
StackDepth(JSScript *script)
    return script->nslots - script->nfixed;

 * If pc_ does not point within script_'s bytecode, then it must point into an
 * imacro body, so we use cx->runtime common atoms instead of script_'s atoms.
 * This macro uses cx from its callers' environments in the pc-in-imacro case.
#define JS_GET_SCRIPT_ATOM(script_, pc_, index, atom)                         \
    JS_BEGIN_MACRO                                                            \
        if ((pc_) < (script_)->code ||                                        \
            (script_)->code + (script_)->length <= (pc_)) {                   \
            JS_ASSERT((size_t)(index) < js_common_atom_count);                \
            (atom) = COMMON_ATOMS_START(&cx->runtime->atomState)[index];      \
        } else {                                                              \
            (atom) = script_->getAtom(index);                                 \
        }                                                                     \

extern JS_FRIEND_DATA(JSClass) js_ScriptClass;

extern JSObject *
js_InitScriptClass(JSContext *cx, JSObject *obj);

 * On first new context in rt, initialize script runtime state, specifically
 * the script filename table and its lock.
extern JSBool
js_InitRuntimeScriptState(JSRuntime *rt);

 * On JS_DestroyRuntime(rt), forcibly free script filename prefixes and any
 * script filename table entries that have not been GC'd.
 * This allows script filename prefixes to outlive any context in rt.
extern void
js_FreeRuntimeScriptState(JSRuntime *rt);

extern const char *
js_SaveScriptFilename(JSContext *cx, const char *filename);

extern const char *
js_SaveScriptFilenameRT(JSRuntime *rt, const char *filename, uint32 flags);

extern uint32
js_GetScriptFilenameFlags(const char *filename);

extern void
js_MarkScriptFilename(const char *filename);

extern void
js_MarkScriptFilenames(JSRuntime *rt);

extern void
js_SweepScriptFilenames(JSRuntime *rt);

 * Two successively less primitive ways to make a new JSScript.  The first
 * does *not* call a non-null cx->runtime->newScriptHook -- only the second,
 * js_NewScriptFromCG, calls this optional debugger hook.
 * The js_NewScript function can't know whether the script it creates belongs
 * to a function, or is top-level or eval code, but the debugger wants access
 * to the newly made script's function, if any -- so callers of js_NewScript
 * are responsible for notifying the debugger after successfully creating any
 * kind (function or other) of new JSScript.
 * NB: js_NewScript always creates a new script; it never returns the empty
 * script singleton (JSScript::emptyScript()). Callers who know they can use
 * that read-only singleton are responsible for choosing it instead of calling
 * js_NewScript with length and nsrcnotes equal to 1 and other parameters save
 * cx all zero.
extern JSScript *
js_NewScript(JSContext *cx, uint32 length, uint32 nsrcnotes, uint32 natoms,
             uint32 nobjects, uint32 nupvars, uint32 nregexps,
             uint32 ntrynotes);

extern JSScript *
js_NewScriptFromCG(JSContext *cx, JSCodeGenerator *cg);

 * New-script-hook calling is factored from js_NewScriptFromCG so that it
 * and callers of js_XDRScript can share this code.  In the case of callers
 * of js_XDRScript, the hook should be invoked only after successful decode
 * of any owning function (the fun parameter) or script object (null fun).
extern JS_FRIEND_API(void)
js_CallNewScriptHook(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script, JSFunction *fun);

extern JS_FRIEND_API(void)
js_CallDestroyScriptHook(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script);

extern void
js_DestroyScript(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script);

extern void
js_TraceScript(JSTracer *trc, JSScript *script);

 * To perturb as little code as possible, we introduce a js_GetSrcNote lookup
 * cache without adding an explicit cx parameter.  Thus js_GetSrcNote becomes
 * a macro that uses cx from its calls' lexical environments.
#define js_GetSrcNote(script,pc) js_GetSrcNoteCached(cx, script, pc)

extern jssrcnote *
js_GetSrcNoteCached(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script, jsbytecode *pc);

 * NOTE: use js_FramePCToLineNumber(cx, fp) when you have an active fp, in
 * preference to js_PCToLineNumber (cx, fp->script  fp->regs->pc), because
 * fp->imacpc may be non-null, indicating an active imacro.
extern uintN
js_FramePCToLineNumber(JSContext *cx, JSStackFrame *fp);

extern uintN
js_PCToLineNumber(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script, jsbytecode *pc);

extern jsbytecode *
js_LineNumberToPC(JSScript *script, uintN lineno);

extern JS_FRIEND_API(uintN)
js_GetScriptLineExtent(JSScript *script);

js_GetOpcode(JSContext *cx, JSScript *script, jsbytecode *pc)
    JSOp op = (JSOp) *pc;
    if (op == JSOP_TRAP)
        op = JS_GetTrapOpcode(cx, script, pc);
    return op;

 * If magic is non-null, js_XDRScript succeeds on magic number mismatch but
 * returns false in *magic; it reflects a match via a true *magic out param.
 * If magic is null, js_XDRScript returns false on bad magic number errors,
 * which it reports.
 * NB: after a successful JSXDR_DECODE, and provided that *scriptp is not the
 * JSScript::emptyScript() immutable singleton, js_XDRScript callers must do
 * any required subsequent set-up of owning function or script object and then
 * call js_CallNewScriptHook.
 * If the caller requires a mutable empty script (for debugging or u.object
 * ownership setting), pass true for needMutableScript. Otherwise pass false.
 * Call js_CallNewScriptHook only with a mutable script, i.e. never with the
 * JSScript::emptyScript() singleton.
extern JSBool
js_XDRScript(JSXDRState *xdr, JSScript **scriptp, bool needMutableScript,
             JSBool *hasMagic);


#endif /* jsscript_h___ */