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8009071: Improve shape handling Reviewed-by: art, mschoene
author anthony
date Thu, 18 Apr 2013 13:52:38 +0100
parents 9c434431d013
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#ifndef _ALLOC_H_
#define _ALLOC_H_

/* Use THIS_FILE when it is available. */
#ifndef THIS_FILE
    #define THIS_FILE __FILE__

#include "stdhdrs.h"

// By defining std::bad_alloc in a local header file instead of including
// the Standard C++ <new> header file, we avoid making awt.dll dependent
// on msvcp50.dll. This reduces the size of the JRE by 500kb.
namespace std {
    class bad_alloc {};

#include "sizecalc.h"

class awt_toolkit_shutdown {};

// Disable "C++ Exception Specification ignored" warnings.
// These warnings are generated because VC++ 5.0 allows, but does not enforce,
// exception specifications. This #pragma can be safely removed when VC++
// is updated to enforce exception specifications.
#pragma warning(disable : 4290)

#ifdef TRY
#error Multiple definitions of TRY

#error Multiple definitions of TRY_NO_VERIFY

#error Multiple definitions of CATCH_BAD_ALLOC

#error Multiple defintions of CATCH_BAD_ALLOC_RET

#ifdef TRY_NO_JNI
#error Multiple definitions of TRY_NO_JNI

#error Multiple definitions of TRY_NO_VERIFY_NO_JNI

#error Multiple definitions of CATCH_BAD_ALLOC_NO_JNI

#error Multiple defintions of CATCH_BAD_ALLOC_RET_NO_JNI

// The unsafe versions of malloc, calloc, and realloc should not be used
#define malloc Do_Not_Use_malloc_Use_safe_Malloc_Instead
#define calloc Do_Not_Use_calloc_Use_safe_Calloc_Instead
#define realloc Do_Not_Use_realloc_Use_safe_Realloc_Instead
#define ExceptionOccurred Do_Not_Use_ExceptionOccurred_Use_safe_\

// These three functions throw std::bad_alloc in an out of memory condition
// instead of returning 0. safe_Realloc will return 0 if memblock is not
// NULL and size is 0. safe_Malloc and safe_Calloc will never return 0.
void *safe_Malloc(size_t size) throw (std::bad_alloc);
void *safe_Calloc(size_t num, size_t size) throw (std::bad_alloc);
void *safe_Realloc(void *memblock, size_t size) throw (std::bad_alloc);

// This function should be called instead of ExceptionOccurred. It throws
// std::bad_alloc if a java.lang.OutOfMemoryError is currently pending
// on the calling thread.
jthrowable safe_ExceptionOccurred(JNIEnv *env) throw (std::bad_alloc);

// This function is called at the beginning of an entry point.
// Entry points are functions which are declared:
//   1. CALLBACK,
//   2. JNIEXPORT,
//   3. __declspec(dllexport), or
//   4. extern "C"
// A function which returns an HRESULT (an OLE function) is also an entry
// point.
void entry_point(void);

// This function hangs indefinitely if the Toolkit is not active
void hang_if_shutdown(void);

// This function throws awt_toolkit_shutdown if the Toolkit is not active
void throw_if_shutdown(void) throw (awt_toolkit_shutdown);

// This function is called when a std::bad_alloc exception is caught
void handle_bad_alloc(void);

// Uncomment to nondeterministically test OutOfMemory errors
// #define OUTOFMEM_TEST

    void *safe_Malloc_outofmem(size_t size, const char *, int)
        throw (std::bad_alloc);
    void *safe_Calloc_outofmem(size_t num, size_t size, const char *, int)
        throw (std::bad_alloc);
    void *safe_Realloc_outofmem(void *memblock, size_t size, const char *, int)
        throw (std::bad_alloc);
    void * CDECL operator new(size_t size, const char *, int)
        throw (std::bad_alloc);

    #define safe_Malloc(size) \
        safe_Malloc_outofmem(size, THIS_FILE, __LINE__)
    #define safe_Calloc(num, size) \
        safe_Calloc_outofmem(num, size, THIS_FILE, __LINE__)
    #define safe_Realloc(memblock, size) \
        safe_Realloc_outofmem(memblock, size, THIS_FILE, __LINE__)
    #define new new(THIS_FILE, __LINE__)
#endif /* OUTOFMEM_TEST */

#define TRY \
    try { \
        entry_point(); \
// The _NO_HANG version of TRY causes the AWT native code to return to Java
// immediately if the Toolkit is not active. Normal AWT operations should
// never use this macro. It should only be used for cleanup routines where:
// (1) Hanging is not a valid option, because the method is called during
// execution of runFinalizersOnExit; and, (2) Execution of the method would
// generate a NullPointerException or other Exception.
#define TRY_NO_HANG \
    try { \
        entry_point(); \
// The _NO_VERIFY version of TRY does not verify that the Toolkit is still
// active before proceeding. Normal AWT operations should never use this
// macro. It should only be used for cleanup routines which can safely
// execute after the Toolkit is disposed, and then only with caution. Users
// of this macro must be able to guarantee that the code which will execute
// will not generate a NullPointerException or other Exception.
#define TRY_NO_VERIFY \
    try { \
    } catch (std::bad_alloc&) { \
        handle_bad_alloc(); \
        return; \
    } catch (awt_toolkit_shutdown&) {\
        return; \
#define CATCH_BAD_ALLOC_RET(x) \
    } catch (std::bad_alloc&) { \
        handle_bad_alloc(); \
        return (x); \
    } catch (awt_toolkit_shutdown&) {\
        return (0); \

// The _NO_JNI versions of TRY and CATCH_BAD_ALLOC simply discard
// std::bad_alloc exceptions and thus should be avoided at all costs. They
// are only useful if the calling function currently holds the JNI lock
// for the thread. This lock is acquired by calling GetPrimitiveArrayCritical
// or GetStringCritical. No JNI function should be called by that thread
// until the corresponding Release function has been called.

#define TRY_NO_JNI \
    try { \
#define TRY_NO_HANG_NO_JNI \
    try { \
    try {
    } catch (std::bad_alloc&) { \
        return; \
    } catch (awt_toolkit_shutdown&) {\
        return; \
    } catch (std::bad_alloc&) { \
        return (x); \
    } catch (awt_toolkit_shutdown&) {\
        return (0); \

#endif /* _ALLOC_H_ */