[PATCH] D112663: [clang-repl] Allow Interpreter::getSymbolAddress to take a mangled name.
Aaron Ballman via Phabricator via cfe-commits
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Tue Nov 30 08:55:09 PST 2021
aaron.ballman added a comment.
There is no information in this patch as to why the changes are needed or useful; please use a more descriptive summary next time.
Comment at: clang/unittests/Interpreter/InterpreterTest.cpp:205-207
+ // FIXME: We cannot yet handle delayed template parsing. If we run with
+ // -fdelayed-template-parsing we try adding the newly created decl to the
+ // active PTU which causes an assert.
FWIW, Intel's internal testing is hitting crashes with this test. With `-fno-delayed-template-parsing` enabled, we get a failed assertion:
Assertion failed: OffsetBytes <= AllocationSize && "Offset out of bounds!", file d:\iusers\ayrivera\dev-xmain-web\llvm\l
lvm\lib\executionengine\runtimedyld\RuntimeDyldImpl.h, line 90
and when we enable the delayed template parsing, we get a different assertion:
Assertion failed: DC->getLexicalParent() == CurContext && "The next DeclContext should be lexically contained in the current one.", file D:/iusers/ayrivera/dev-xmain-web/llvm/clang/lib/Sema/SemaDecl.cpp, line 1305
I think this FIXME either needs to be addressed or the patch reverted until this is addressed.
Comment at: clang/unittests/Interpreter/InterpreterTest.cpp:237-240
+ std::string MangledName = MangleName(TmpltSpec);
+ typedef int (*TemplateSpecFn)(void *);
+ auto fn = (TemplateSpecFn)cantFail(Interp->getSymbolAddress(MangledName));
+ EXPECT_EQ(42, fn(NewA));
This test is broken for some of our internal build bots at Intel. I think something suspicious is going on here, but I'm not certain of the intent behind the test, so I'm not certain the best way to fix it. The behavior of the test is that on an x86 Windows machine, sometimes this particular test fails:
[ RUN ] IncrementalProcessing.InstantiateTemplate^M
unknown file: error: SEH exception with code 0x3221225477 thrown in the test body.^M
[ FAILED ] IncrementalProcessing.InstantiateTemplate (35 ms)^M
but it's not a consistent failure (seems to happen about one out of every three runs).
`callme` is a templated member function of `B` but here we're trying to call it like it's a free function. That's... not good. We could either make `callme` a `static` member function so that it can be called in this manner, or we could try to come up with a magic incantation to call it as a PMF.
Can you investigate, @v.g.vassilev? If it is going to take considerable time to resolve, it might be worth reverting temporarily. Thanks!
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