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/* -*- Mode: C; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
 * ***** BEGIN LICENSE BLOCK *****
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 * License.
 * The Original Code is Mozilla Communicator client code, released
 * March 31, 1998.
 * The Initial Developer of the Original Code is
 * Netscape Communications Corporation.
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 * the provisions above, a recipient may use your version of this file under
 * the terms of any one of the MPL, the GPL or the LGPL.
 * ***** END LICENSE BLOCK ***** */

 * PR assertion checker.

#ifndef jsutil_h___
#define jsutil_h___

#include "jstypes.h"
#include <stdlib.h>


 * JS_Assert is present even in release builds, for the benefit of applications
 * that build DEBUG and link against a non-DEBUG SpiderMonkey library.
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void)
JS_Assert(const char *s, const char *file, JSIntn ln);

#ifdef DEBUG

#define JS_ASSERT(expr)                                                       \
    ((expr) ? (void)0 : JS_Assert(#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__))

#define JS_ASSERT_IF(cond, expr)                                              \
    ((!(cond) || (expr)) ? (void)0 : JS_Assert(#expr, __FILE__, __LINE__))

#define JS_NOT_REACHED(reason)                                                \
    JS_Assert(reason, __FILE__, __LINE__)

#define JS_ALWAYS_TRUE(expr) JS_ASSERT(expr)


#define JS_ASSERT(expr)         ((void) 0)
#define JS_ASSERT_IF(cond,expr) ((void) 0)
#define JS_NOT_REACHED(reason)
#define JS_ALWAYS_TRUE(expr)    ((void) (expr))

#endif /* defined(DEBUG) */

 * Compile-time assert. "cond" must be a constant expression.
 * The macro can be used only in places where an "extern" declaration is
 * allowed.

 * Sun Studio C++ compiler has a bug
 * "sizeof expression not accepted as size of array parameter"
 * The bug number is 6688515. It is not public yet.
 * Turn off this assert for Sun Studio until this bug is fixed.
#ifdef __SUNPRO_CC
#define JS_STATIC_ASSERT(cond)
#ifdef __COUNTER__
    #define JS_STATIC_ASSERT_GLUE1(x,y) x##y
    #define JS_STATIC_ASSERT(cond)                                            \
        typedef int JS_STATIC_ASSERT_GLUE(js_static_assert, __COUNTER__)[(cond) ? 1 : -1]
    #define JS_STATIC_ASSERT(cond) extern void js_static_assert(int arg[(cond) ? 1 : -1])

#define JS_STATIC_ASSERT_IF(cond, expr) JS_STATIC_ASSERT(!(cond) || (expr))

 * Abort the process in a non-graceful manner. This will cause a core file,
 * call to the debugger or other moral equivalent as well as causing the
 * entire process to stop.
extern JS_PUBLIC_API(void) JS_Abort(void);

#ifdef DEBUG
# define JS_BASIC_STATS 1

#ifdef DEBUG_brendan


#include <stdio.h>

typedef struct JSBasicStats {
    uint32      num;
    uint32      max;
    double      sum;
    double      sqsum;
    uint32      logscale;           /* logarithmic scale: 0 (linear), 2, 10 */
    uint32      hist[11];
} JSBasicStats;

#define JS_INIT_STATIC_BASIC_STATS  {0,0,0,0,0,{0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0}}
#define JS_BASIC_STATS_INIT(bs)     memset((bs), 0, sizeof(JSBasicStats))

#define JS_BASIC_STATS_ACCUM(bs,val)                                          \
    JS_BasicStatsAccum(bs, val)

#define JS_MeanAndStdDevBS(bs,sigma)                                          \
    JS_MeanAndStdDev((bs)->num, (bs)->sum, (bs)->sqsum, sigma)

extern void
JS_BasicStatsAccum(JSBasicStats *bs, uint32 val);

extern double
JS_MeanAndStdDev(uint32 num, double sum, double sqsum, double *sigma);

extern void
JS_DumpBasicStats(JSBasicStats *bs, const char *title, FILE *fp);

extern void
JS_DumpHistogram(JSBasicStats *bs, FILE *fp);


#define JS_BASIC_STATS_ACCUM(bs,val) /* nothing */

#endif /* JS_BASIC_STATS */

#if defined(DEBUG_notme) && defined(XP_UNIX)

typedef struct JSCallsite JSCallsite;

struct JSCallsite {
    uint32      pc;
    char        *name;
    const char  *library;
    int         offset;
    JSCallsite  *parent;
    JSCallsite  *siblings;
    JSCallsite  *kids;
    void        *handy;

extern JS_FRIEND_API(JSCallsite *)
JS_Backtrace(int skip);

extern JS_FRIEND_API(void)
JS_DumpBacktrace(JSCallsite *trace);


#include "jscustomallocator.h"


static JS_INLINE void* js_malloc(size_t bytes) {
    return malloc(bytes);

static JS_INLINE void* js_calloc(size_t bytes) {
    return calloc(bytes, 1);

static JS_INLINE void* js_realloc(void* p, size_t bytes) {
    return realloc(p, bytes);

static JS_INLINE void js_free(void* p) {


#ifdef __cplusplus

 * The following classes are designed to cause assertions to detect
 * inadvertent use of guard objects as temporaries.  In other words,
 * when we have a guard object whose only purpose is its constructor and
 * destructor (and is never otherwise referenced), the intended use
 * might be:
 *     JSAutoTempValueRooter tvr(cx, 1, &val);
 * but is is easy to accidentally write:
 *     JSAutoTempValueRooter(cx, 1, &val);
 * which compiles just fine, but runs the destructor well before the
 * intended time.
 * They work by adding (#ifdef DEBUG) an additional parameter to the
 * guard object's constructor, with a default value, so that users of
 * the guard object's API do not need to do anything.  The default value
 * of this parameter is a temporary object.  C++ (ISO/IEC 14882:1998),
 * section 12.2 [class.temporary], clauses 4 and 5 seem to assume a
 * guarantee that temporaries are destroyed in the reverse of their
 * construction order, but I actually can't find a statement that that
 * is true in the general case (beyond the two specific cases mentioned
 * there).  However, it seems to be true.
 * These classes are intended to be used only via the macros immediately
 * below them:
 *   JS_DECL_USE_GUARD_OBJECT_NOTIFIER declares (ifdef DEBUG) a member
 *     variable, and should be put where a declaration of a private
 *     member variable would be placed.
 *   JS_GUARD_OBJECT_NOTIFIER_PARAM should be placed at the end of the
 *     parameters to each constructor of the guard object; it declares
 *     (ifdef DEBUG) an additional parameter.
 *   JS_GUARD_OBJECT_NOTIFIER_INIT is a statement that belongs in each
 *     constructor.  It uses the parameter declared by
#ifdef DEBUG
class JSGuardObjectNotifier
    bool* mStatementDone;
    JSGuardObjectNotifier() : mStatementDone(NULL) {}

    ~JSGuardObjectNotifier() {
        *mStatementDone = true;

    void SetStatementDone(bool *aStatementDone) {
        mStatementDone = aStatementDone;

class JSGuardObjectNotificationReceiver
    bool mStatementDone;
    JSGuardObjectNotificationReceiver() : mStatementDone(false) {}

    ~JSGuardObjectNotificationReceiver() {
         * Assert that the guard object was not used as a temporary.
         * (Note that this assert might also fire if Init is not called
         * because the guard object's implementation is not using the
         * above macros correctly.)

    void Init(const JSGuardObjectNotifier &aNotifier) {
         * aNotifier is passed as a const reference so that we can pass a
         * temporary, but we really intend it as non-const

    JSGuardObjectNotificationReceiver _mCheckNotUsedAsTemporary;
    , const JSGuardObjectNotifier& _notifier = JSGuardObjectNotifier()
    JS_BEGIN_MACRO _mCheckNotUsedAsTemporary.Init(_notifier); JS_END_MACRO

#else /* defined(DEBUG) */


#endif /* !defined(DEBUG) */

#endif /* defined(__cplusplus) */

#endif /* jsutil_h___ */