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// Set of annotations for the rooting hazard analysis, used to categorize types
// and functions.
# define JS_EXPECT_HAZARDS __attribute__((annotate("Expect Hazards")))
// Mark a type as being a GC thing (eg js::gc::Cell has this annotation).
# define JS_HAZ_GC_THING __attribute__((annotate("GC Thing")))
// Mark a type as holding a pointer to a GC thing (eg JS::Value has this
// annotation.) "Inherited" by templatized types with
# define JS_HAZ_GC_POINTER __attribute__((annotate("GC Pointer")))
// Mark a type as a rooted pointer, suitable for use on the stack (eg all
// Rooted<T> instantiations should have this.) "Inherited" by templatized types
// with MOZ_INHERIT_TYPE_ANNOTATIONS_FROM_TEMPLATE_ARGS.
# define JS_HAZ_ROOTED __attribute__((annotate("Rooted Pointer")))
// Mark a type as something that should not be held live across a GC, but which
// is not itself a GC pointer. Note that this property is *not* inherited by
// templatized types with MOZ_INHERIT_TYPE_ANNOTATIONS_FROM_TEMPLATE_ARGS.
# define JS_HAZ_GC_INVALIDATED __attribute__((annotate("Invalidated by GC")))
// Mark a class as a base class of rooted types, eg CustomAutoRooter. All
// descendants of this class will be considered rooted, though classes that
// merely contain these as a field member will not be. "Inherited" by
// templatized types with MOZ_INHERIT_TYPE_ANNOTATIONS_FROM_TEMPLATE_ARGS
# define JS_HAZ_ROOTED_BASE __attribute__((annotate("Rooted Base")))
// Mark a type that would otherwise be considered a GC Pointer (eg because it
// contains a JS::Value field) as a non-GC pointer. It is handled almost the
// same in the analysis as a rooted pointer, except it will not be reported as
// an unnecessary root if used across a GC call. This should rarely be used,
// but makes sense for something like ErrorResult, which only contains a GC
// pointer when it holds an exception (and it does its own rooting,
# define JS_HAZ_NON_GC_POINTER \
__attribute__((annotate("Suppressed GC Pointer")))
// Mark a function as something that runs a garbage collection, potentially
// invalidating GC pointers.
# define JS_HAZ_GC_CALL __attribute__((annotate("GC Call")))
// Mark an RAII class as suppressing GC within its scope.
# define JS_HAZ_GC_SUPPRESSED __attribute__((annotate("Suppress GC")))
// Mark a function as one that can run script if called. This obviously
// subsumes JS_HAZ_GC_CALL, since anything that can run script can GC.`
# define JS_HAZ_CAN_RUN_SCRIPT __attribute__((annotate("Can run script")))
// Mark a function as able to call JSNatives. Otherwise, JSNatives don't show
// up in the callgraph. This doesn't matter for the can-GC analysis, but it is
// very nice for other uses of the callgraph.
# define JS_HAZ_JSNATIVE_CALLER __attribute__((annotate("Calls JSNatives")))
# define JS_EXPECT_HAZARDS
# define JS_HAZ_GC_THING
# define JS_HAZ_GC_POINTER
# define JS_HAZ_ROOTED
# define JS_HAZ_GC_INVALIDATED
# define JS_HAZ_ROOTED_BASE
# define JS_HAZ_NON_GC_POINTER
# define JS_HAZ_GC_CALL
# define JS_HAZ_GC_SUPPRESSED
# define JS_HAZ_CAN_RUN_SCRIPT
# define JS_HAZ_JSNATIVE_CALLER
#endif /* js_GCAnnotations_h */