1
2/*---------------------------------------------------------------*/
3/*--- begin                               libvex_basictypes.h ---*/
4/*---------------------------------------------------------------*/
5
6/*
7   This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
8   framework.
9
10   Copyright (C) 2004-2013 OpenWorks LLP
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34*/
35
36#ifndef __LIBVEX_BASICTYPES_H
37#define __LIBVEX_BASICTYPES_H
38
39/* It is important that the sizes of the following data types (on the
40   host) are as stated.  LibVEX_Init therefore checks these at
41   startup. */
42
43/* Always 8 bits. */
44typedef  unsigned char   UChar;
45typedef    signed char   Char;
46typedef           char   HChar; /* signfulness depends on host */
47                                /* Only to be used for printf etc
48                                   format strings */
49
50/* Always 16 bits. */
51typedef  unsigned short  UShort;
52typedef    signed short  Short;
53
54/* Always 32 bits. */
55typedef  unsigned int    UInt;
56typedef    signed int    Int;
57
58/* Always 64 bits. */
59typedef  unsigned long long int   ULong;
60typedef    signed long long int   Long;
61
62/* Always 128 bits. */
63typedef  UInt  U128[4];
64
65/* Always 256 bits. */
66typedef  UInt  U256[8];
67
68/* A union for doing 128-bit vector primitives conveniently. */
69typedef
70   union {
71      UChar  w8[16];
72      UShort w16[8];
73      UInt   w32[4];
74      ULong  w64[2];
75   }
76   V128;
77
78/* A union for doing 256-bit vector primitives conveniently. */
79typedef
80   union {
81      UChar  w8[32];
82      UShort w16[16];
83      UInt   w32[8];
84      ULong  w64[4];
85   }
86   V256;
87
88/* Floating point. */
89typedef  float   Float;    /* IEEE754 single-precision (32-bit) value */
90typedef  double  Double;   /* IEEE754 double-precision (64-bit) value */
91
92/* Bool is always 8 bits. */
93typedef  unsigned char  Bool;
94#define  True   ((Bool)1)
95#define  False  ((Bool)0)
96
97/* Use this to coerce the result of a C comparison to a Bool.  This is
98   useful when compiling with Intel icc with ultra-paranoid
99   compilation flags (-Wall). */
100static inline Bool toBool ( Int x ) {
101   Int r = (x == 0) ? False : True;
102   return (Bool)r;
103}
104static inline UChar toUChar ( Int x ) {
105   x &= 0xFF;
106   return (UChar)x;
107}
108static inline HChar toHChar ( Int x ) {
109   x &= 0xFF;
110   return (HChar)x;
111}
112static inline UShort toUShort ( Int x ) {
113   x &= 0xFFFF;
114   return (UShort)x;
115}
116static inline Short toShort ( Int x ) {
117   x &= 0xFFFF;
118   return (Short)x;
119}
120static inline UInt toUInt ( Long x ) {
121   x &= 0xFFFFFFFFLL;
122   return (UInt)x;
123}
124
125/* 32/64 bit addresses. */
126typedef  UInt      Addr32;
127typedef  ULong     Addr64;
128
129/* Something which has the same size as void* on the host.  That is,
130   it is 32 bits on a 32-bit host and 64 bits on a 64-bit host, and so
131   it can safely be coerced to and from a pointer type on the host
132   machine. */
133typedef  unsigned long HWord;
134
135
136/* This is so useful it should be visible absolutely everywhere. */
137#if !defined(offsetof)
138#   define offsetof(type,memb) ((Int)(HWord)&((type*)0)->memb)
139#endif
140/* Our definition of offsetof is giving the same result as
141   the standard/predefined offsetof. So, we use the same name.
142   We use a prefix vg_ for vg_alignof as its behaviour slightly
143   differs from the standard alignof/gcc defined __alignof__
144*/
145
146#define vg_alignof(_type) (sizeof(struct {char c;_type _t;})-sizeof(_type))
147/* vg_alignof returns a "safe" alignement.
148   "safe" is defined as the alignment chosen by the compiler in
149   a struct made of a char followed by this type.
150
151      Note that this is not necessarily the "preferred" alignment
152      for a platform. This preferred alignment is returned by the gcc
153       __alignof__ and by the standard (in recent standard) alignof.
154      Compared to __alignof__, vg_alignof gives on some platforms (e.g.
155      amd64, ppc32, ppc64) a bigger alignment for long double (16 bytes
156      instead of 8).
157      On some platforms (e.g. x86), vg_alignof gives a smaller alignment
158      than __alignof__ for long long and double (4 bytes instead of 8).
159      If we want to have the "preferred" alignment for the basic types,
160      then either we need to depend on gcc __alignof__, or on a (too)
161      recent standard and compiler (implementing <stdalign.h>).
162*/
163
164
165
166/* We need to know the host word size in order to write Ptr_to_ULong
167   and ULong_to_Ptr in a way that doesn't cause compilers to complain.
168   These functions allow us to cast pointers to and from 64-bit
169   integers without complaints from compilers, regardless of the host
170   word size.
171
172   Also set up VEX_REGPARM.
173*/
174
175#undef VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE
176#undef VEX_REGPARM
177
178/* The following 4 work OK for Linux. */
179#if defined(__x86_64__)
180#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 8
181#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
182
183#elif defined(__i386__)
184#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 4
185#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) __attribute__((regparm(_n)))
186
187#elif defined(__powerpc__) && defined(__powerpc64__)
188#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 8
189#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
190
191#elif defined(__powerpc__) && !defined(__powerpc64__)
192#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 4
193#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
194
195#elif defined(__arm__) && !defined(__aarch64__)
196#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 4
197#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
198
199#elif defined(__aarch64__) && !defined(__arm__)
200#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 8
201#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
202
203#elif defined(__s390x__)
204#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 8
205#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
206
207#elif defined(__mips__) && (__mips == 64)
208#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 8
209#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
210
211#elif defined(__mips__) && (__mips != 64)
212#   define VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE 4
213#   define VEX_REGPARM(_n) /* */
214
215#else
216#   error "Vex: Fatal: Can't establish the host architecture"
217#endif
218
219
220#if VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE == 8
221   static inline ULong Ptr_to_ULong ( void* p ) {
222      return (ULong)p;
223   }
224   static inline void* ULong_to_Ptr ( ULong n ) {
225      return (void*)n;
226   }
227#elif VEX_HOST_WORDSIZE == 4
228   static inline ULong Ptr_to_ULong ( void* p ) {
229      UInt w = (UInt)p;
230      return (ULong)w;
231   }
232   static inline void* ULong_to_Ptr ( ULong n ) {
233      UInt w = (UInt)n;
234      return (void*)w;
235   }
236#else
237#   error "Vex: Fatal: Can't define  Ptr_to_ULong / ULong_to_Ptr"
238#endif
239
240
241#endif /* ndef __LIBVEX_BASICTYPES_H */
242
243/*---------------------------------------------------------------*/
244/*---                                     libvex_basictypes.h ---*/
245/*---------------------------------------------------------------*/
246