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7195816: NPG: Crash in c1_ValueType - ShouldNotReachHere Summary: C1 needs knowledge of T_METADATA at the LIR level. Reviewed-by: kvn, coleenp
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date Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:20:57 +0200
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "runtime/os.hpp"
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"
#include "utilities/top.hpp"

// Basic error support

// Info for oops within a java object.  Defaults are zero so
// things will break badly if incorrectly initialized.
int heapOopSize        = 0;
int LogBytesPerHeapOop = 0;
int LogBitsPerHeapOop  = 0;
int BytesPerHeapOop    = 0;
int BitsPerHeapOop     = 0;

// Object alignment, in units of HeapWords.
// Defaults are -1 so things will break badly if incorrectly initialized.
int MinObjAlignment            = -1;
int MinObjAlignmentInBytes     = -1;
int MinObjAlignmentInBytesMask = 0;

int LogMinObjAlignment         = -1;
int LogMinObjAlignmentInBytes  = -1;

// Oop encoding heap max
uint64_t OopEncodingHeapMax = 0;

void basic_fatal(const char* msg) {
  fatal(msg);
}

// Something to help porters sleep at night

void basic_types_init() {
#ifdef ASSERT
#ifdef _LP64
  assert(min_intx ==  (intx)CONST64(0x8000000000000000), "correct constant");
  assert(max_intx ==  CONST64(0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF), "correct constant");
  assert(max_uintx == CONST64(0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF), "correct constant");
  assert( 8 == sizeof( intx),      "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 8 == sizeof( jobject),   "wrong size for basic type");
#else
  assert(min_intx ==  (intx)0x80000000,  "correct constant");
  assert(max_intx ==  0x7FFFFFFF,  "correct constant");
  assert(max_uintx == 0xFFFFFFFF,  "correct constant");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( intx),      "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( jobject),   "wrong size for basic type");
#endif
  assert( (~max_juint) == 0,  "max_juint has all its bits");
  assert( (~max_uintx) == 0,  "max_uintx has all its bits");
  assert( (~max_julong) == 0, "max_julong has all its bits");
  assert( 1 == sizeof( jbyte),     "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 2 == sizeof( jchar),     "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 2 == sizeof( jshort),    "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( juint),     "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( jint),      "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 1 == sizeof( jboolean),  "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 8 == sizeof( jlong),     "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( jfloat),    "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 8 == sizeof( jdouble),   "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 1 == sizeof( u1),        "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 2 == sizeof( u2),        "wrong size for basic type");
  assert( 4 == sizeof( u4),        "wrong size for basic type");

  int num_type_chars = 0;
  for (int i = 0; i < 99; i++) {
    if (type2char((BasicType)i) != 0) {
      assert(char2type(type2char((BasicType)i)) == i, "proper inverses");
      num_type_chars++;
    }
  }
  assert(num_type_chars == 11, "must have tested the right number of mappings");
  assert(char2type(0) == T_ILLEGAL, "correct illegality");

  {
    for (int i = T_BOOLEAN; i <= T_CONFLICT; i++) {
      BasicType vt = (BasicType)i;
      BasicType ft = type2field[vt];
      switch (vt) {
      // the following types might plausibly show up in memory layouts:
      case T_BOOLEAN:
      case T_BYTE:
      case T_CHAR:
      case T_SHORT:
      case T_INT:
      case T_FLOAT:
      case T_DOUBLE:
      case T_LONG:
      case T_OBJECT:
      case T_ADDRESS:   // random raw pointer
      case T_METADATA:  // metadata pointer
      case T_NARROWOOP: // compressed pointer
      case T_CONFLICT:  // might as well support a bottom type
      case T_VOID:      // padding or other unaddressed word
        // layout type must map to itself
        assert(vt == ft, "");
        break;
      default:
        // non-layout type must map to a (different) layout type
        assert(vt != ft, "");
        assert(ft == type2field[ft], "");
      }
      // every type must map to same-sized layout type:
      assert(type2size[vt] == type2size[ft], "");
    }
  }
  // These are assumed, e.g., when filling HeapWords with juints.
  assert(is_power_of_2(sizeof(juint)), "juint must be power of 2");
  assert(is_power_of_2(HeapWordSize), "HeapWordSize must be power of 2");
  assert((size_t)HeapWordSize >= sizeof(juint),
         "HeapWord should be at least as large as juint");
  assert(sizeof(NULL) == sizeof(char*), "NULL must be same size as pointer");
#endif

  if( JavaPriority1_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[1] = JavaPriority1_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority2_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[2] = JavaPriority2_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority3_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[3] = JavaPriority3_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority4_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[4] = JavaPriority4_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority5_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[5] = JavaPriority5_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority6_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[6] = JavaPriority6_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority7_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[7] = JavaPriority7_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority8_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[8] = JavaPriority8_To_OSPriority;
  if( JavaPriority9_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[9] = JavaPriority9_To_OSPriority;
  if(JavaPriority10_To_OSPriority != -1 )
    os::java_to_os_priority[10] = JavaPriority10_To_OSPriority;

  // Set the size of basic types here (after argument parsing but before
  // stub generation).
  if (UseCompressedOops) {
    // Size info for oops within java objects is fixed
    heapOopSize        = jintSize;
    LogBytesPerHeapOop = LogBytesPerInt;
    LogBitsPerHeapOop  = LogBitsPerInt;
    BytesPerHeapOop    = BytesPerInt;
    BitsPerHeapOop     = BitsPerInt;
  } else {
    heapOopSize        = oopSize;
    LogBytesPerHeapOop = LogBytesPerWord;
    LogBitsPerHeapOop  = LogBitsPerWord;
    BytesPerHeapOop    = BytesPerWord;
    BitsPerHeapOop     = BitsPerWord;
  }
  _type2aelembytes[T_OBJECT] = heapOopSize;
  _type2aelembytes[T_ARRAY]  = heapOopSize;
}


// Map BasicType to signature character
char type2char_tab[T_CONFLICT+1]={ 0, 0, 0, 0, 'Z', 'C', 'F', 'D', 'B', 'S', 'I', 'J', 'L', '[', 'V', 0, 0, 0, 0};

// Map BasicType to Java type name
const char* type2name_tab[T_CONFLICT+1] = {
  NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL,
  "boolean",
  "char",
  "float",
  "double",
  "byte",
  "short",
  "int",
  "long",
  "object",
  "array",
  "void",
  "*address*",
  "*narrowoop*",
  "*metadata*",
  "*conflict*"
};


BasicType name2type(const char* name) {
  for (int i = T_BOOLEAN; i <= T_VOID; i++) {
    BasicType t = (BasicType)i;
    if (type2name_tab[t] != NULL && 0 == strcmp(type2name_tab[t], name))
      return t;
  }
  return T_ILLEGAL;
}


// Map BasicType to size in words
int type2size[T_CONFLICT+1]={ -1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, -1};

BasicType type2field[T_CONFLICT+1] = {
  (BasicType)0,            // 0,
  (BasicType)0,            // 1,
  (BasicType)0,            // 2,
  (BasicType)0,            // 3,
  T_BOOLEAN,               // T_BOOLEAN  =  4,
  T_CHAR,                  // T_CHAR     =  5,
  T_FLOAT,                 // T_FLOAT    =  6,
  T_DOUBLE,                // T_DOUBLE   =  7,
  T_BYTE,                  // T_BYTE     =  8,
  T_SHORT,                 // T_SHORT    =  9,
  T_INT,                   // T_INT      = 10,
  T_LONG,                  // T_LONG     = 11,
  T_OBJECT,                // T_OBJECT   = 12,
  T_OBJECT,                // T_ARRAY    = 13,
  T_VOID,                  // T_VOID     = 14,
  T_ADDRESS,               // T_ADDRESS  = 15,
  T_NARROWOOP,             // T_NARROWOOP= 16,
  T_METADATA,              // T_METADATA = 17,
  T_CONFLICT               // T_CONFLICT = 18,
};


BasicType type2wfield[T_CONFLICT+1] = {
  (BasicType)0,            // 0,
  (BasicType)0,            // 1,
  (BasicType)0,            // 2,
  (BasicType)0,            // 3,
  T_INT,     // T_BOOLEAN  =  4,
  T_INT,     // T_CHAR     =  5,
  T_FLOAT,   // T_FLOAT    =  6,
  T_DOUBLE,  // T_DOUBLE   =  7,
  T_INT,     // T_BYTE     =  8,
  T_INT,     // T_SHORT    =  9,
  T_INT,     // T_INT      = 10,
  T_LONG,    // T_LONG     = 11,
  T_OBJECT,  // T_OBJECT   = 12,
  T_OBJECT,  // T_ARRAY    = 13,
  T_VOID,    // T_VOID     = 14,
  T_ADDRESS, // T_ADDRESS  = 15,
  T_NARROWOOP, // T_NARROWOOP  = 16,
  T_METADATA,  // T_METADATA   = 17,
  T_CONFLICT // T_CONFLICT = 18,
};


int _type2aelembytes[T_CONFLICT+1] = {
  0,                      // 0
  0,                      // 1
  0,                      // 2
  0,                      // 3
  T_BOOLEAN_aelem_bytes,  // T_BOOLEAN  =  4,
  T_CHAR_aelem_bytes,     // T_CHAR     =  5,
  T_FLOAT_aelem_bytes,    // T_FLOAT    =  6,
  T_DOUBLE_aelem_bytes,   // T_DOUBLE   =  7,
  T_BYTE_aelem_bytes,     // T_BYTE     =  8,
  T_SHORT_aelem_bytes,    // T_SHORT    =  9,
  T_INT_aelem_bytes,      // T_INT      = 10,
  T_LONG_aelem_bytes,     // T_LONG     = 11,
  T_OBJECT_aelem_bytes,   // T_OBJECT   = 12,
  T_ARRAY_aelem_bytes,    // T_ARRAY    = 13,
  0,                      // T_VOID     = 14,
  T_OBJECT_aelem_bytes,   // T_ADDRESS  = 15,
  T_NARROWOOP_aelem_bytes,// T_NARROWOOP= 16,
  T_OBJECT_aelem_bytes,   // T_METADATA = 17,
  0                       // T_CONFLICT = 18,
};

#ifdef ASSERT
int type2aelembytes(BasicType t, bool allow_address) {
  assert(allow_address || t != T_ADDRESS, " ");
  return _type2aelembytes[t];
}
#endif

// Support for 64-bit integer arithmetic

// The following code is mostly taken from JVM typedefs_md.h and system_md.c

static const jlong high_bit   = (jlong)1 << (jlong)63;
static const jlong other_bits = ~high_bit;

jlong float2long(jfloat f) {
  jlong tmp = (jlong) f;
  if (tmp != high_bit) {
    return tmp;
  } else {
    if (g_isnan((jdouble)f)) {
      return 0;
    }
    if (f < 0) {
      return high_bit;
    } else {
      return other_bits;
    }
  }
}


jlong double2long(jdouble f) {
  jlong tmp = (jlong) f;
  if (tmp != high_bit) {
    return tmp;
  } else {
    if (g_isnan(f)) {
      return 0;
    }
    if (f < 0) {
      return high_bit;
    } else {
      return other_bits;
    }
  }
}

// least common multiple
size_t lcm(size_t a, size_t b) {
    size_t cur, div, next;

    cur = MAX2(a, b);
    div = MIN2(a, b);

    assert(div != 0, "lcm requires positive arguments");


    while ((next = cur % div) != 0) {
        cur = div; div = next;
    }


    julong result = julong(a) * b / div;
    assert(result <= (size_t)max_uintx, "Integer overflow in lcm");

    return size_t(result);
}