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8006109: test/java/util/AbstractSequentialList/ fails: assert(rtype == ctype) failed: mismatched return types Reviewed-by: kvn
author twisti
date Tue, 15 Jan 2013 12:06:18 -0800
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#include "ci/ciMetadata.hpp"

// ciType
// This class represents either a class (T_OBJECT), array (T_ARRAY),
// or one of the primitive types such as T_INT.
class ciType : public ciMetadata {
  friend class ciKlass;
  friend class ciReturnAddress;

  BasicType _basic_type;

  ciType(BasicType t);     // for primitive and unloaded types
  ciType(KlassHandle k);   // for subclasses (reference types)

  const char* type_string() { return "ciType"; }

  void print_impl(outputStream* st);

  // Distinguished instances of primitive ciTypes..
  static ciType* _basic_types[T_CONFLICT+1];

  BasicType basic_type() const              { return _basic_type; }

  // Returns true iff the types are identical, or if both are klasses
  // and the is_subtype_of relation holds between the klasses.
  bool is_subtype_of(ciType* type);

  // Get the instance of java.lang.Class corresponding to this type.
  // There are mirrors for instance, array, and primitive types (incl. void).
  virtual ciInstance*    java_mirror();

  // Get the class which "boxes" (or "wraps") values of this type.
  // Example:  short is boxed by java.lang.Short, etc.
  // Returns self if it is a reference type.
  // Returns NULL for void, since null is used in such cases.
  ciKlass*  box_klass();

  // Returns true if this is not a klass or array (i.e., not a reference type).
  bool is_primitive_type() const            { return basic_type() != T_OBJECT && basic_type() != T_ARRAY; }
  int size() const                          { return type2size[basic_type()]; }
  bool is_void() const                      { return basic_type() == T_VOID; }
  bool is_one_word() const                  { return size() == 1; }
  bool is_two_word() const                  { return size() == 2; }

  // What kind of ciObject is this?
  bool is_type() const                      { return true; }
  bool is_classless() const                 { return is_primitive_type(); }

  const char* name();
  virtual void print_name_on(outputStream* st);
  void print_name() {

  static ciType* make(BasicType t);

// ciReturnAddress
// This class represents the type of a specific return address in the
// bytecodes.
class ciReturnAddress : public ciType {

  // The bci of this return address.
  int _bci;

  ciReturnAddress(int bci);

  const char* type_string() { return "ciReturnAddress"; }

  void print_impl(outputStream* st);

  bool is_return_address() const { return true; }

  int  bci() { return _bci; }

  static ciReturnAddress* make(int bci);